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Pharmacology is a fascinating and multifaceted discipline that impacts both our professional careers and personal lives. From our role as members of the healthcare team to that of consumers, pharmacology plays a part in our lives.
The study of pharmacology covers a broad spectrum of diverse yet interrelated topics, such as botany, molecular chemistry, research, clinical observation, toxicology, legislation, and patient education.
There is an excitement inherent in the study of pharmacology that stretches from understanding the historical use of herbs and plant extracts, to seeing painstaking research produce both unusable products as well as life-saving discoveries, to finally viewing the future with its nearly limitless potential for medical discovery.
Turley, Susan M. :
Susan M. Turley is an experienced educator and practitioner in many areas of health care. She has worked in acute care, managed care, long-term care, and the physician's office and has held positions in nursing, quality management, infection control, medical assisting, medical transcription, and health information management.
As an educator, she has taught college and community college courses in pharmacology and pathophysiology. She has presented numerous staff inservices in acute care, managed care, and long-term care settings and co-presented numerous all-day seminars for teachers throughout the country. She codeveloped the curriculum and training materials for a nationally distributed medical transcription training program and currently works as a consultant in curriculum development and instructor for a distance learning school with health information management and medical transcription programs.
She is the author of numerous medical and educational articles for national journals, and co-author of two funded national healthcare grants.
She has a Master of Arts degree in adult education, a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing, and national certification in the fields of health information management and medical transcription.
Her writing is well-known for its clarity in presenting technically difficult material and for a special blend of in-depth coverage that also includes humor and interesting anecdotes to keep interest high.
List of Figures.
Foreword by John H. Dirckx, M.D.
1. Introduction to Pharmacology.
2. The History of Drugs: An Overview.
3. Drug Legislation.
4. Drug Design, Testing, Manufacturing, and Marketing.
5. Drug Forms and Routes of Administration.
6. Steps in the Drug Cycle.
7. Drug Effects.
8. Drug Terminology.
9. Systems of Measurement.
10. The Prescription.
11. Dermatology Drugs.
12. Urinary Tract Drugs.
13. Gastrointestinal Drugs.
14. Musculoskeletal Drugs.
15. Cardiovascular Drugs.
16. Emergency Drugs.
17. Anticoagulant and Thrombolytic Drugs.
18. Pulmonary Drugs.
19. Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) Drugs.
20. Ophthalmic Drugs.
21. Endocrine Drugs.
22. Antidiabetic Drugs.
23. Obstetric and Gynecologic Drugs.
24. Neurological Drugs.
25. Psychiatric Drugs.
26. Analgesic Drugs.
27. Anti-Infective Drugs.
28. AIDS Drugs and Antiviral Drugs.
29. Antifungal Drugs.
30. Chemotherapy Drugs.
32. Intravenous Fluids and Blood Products.
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