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Clinical PharmacologymadeIncrediblyEasy!IncrediblyEasy!®
Clinical PharmacologymadeIncrediblyEasy!IncrediblyEasy!®
StaffExecutive PublisherJudith A. Schilling McCann,RN,MSNEditorial DirectorDavid MoreauClinical DirectorJoan M. Robinson,RN,MSNArt DirectorMary LudwickiClinical Project ManagerJennifer Meyering,RN,BSN,MS,CCRNEditorsMargaret Eckman, Diane LabusCopy EditorsKimberly Bilotta (supervisor), Jane Bradford,Shana Harrington, Lisa Stockslager,Dorothy P. Terry, Pamela WingrodDesignerGeorg W. Purvis IVIllustratorBot RodaDigital Composition ServicesDiane Paluba (manager), Joy Rossi Biletz,Donna S. MorrisAssociate Manufacturing ManagerBeth J. WelshEditorial AssistantsKaren J. Kirk, Jeri O’Shea, Linda K. RuhfIndexerBarbara HodgsonThe clinical treatments described and recommended in thispublication are based on research and consultation with nurs-ing, medical, and legal authorities. To the best of our knowl-edge, these procedures reflect currently accepted practice.Nevertheless, they can’t be considered absolute and universalrecommendations. For individual applications, all recommen-dations must be considered in light of the patient’s clinicalcondition and, before administration of new or infrequentlyused drugs, in light of the latest package-insert information.The authors and publisher disclaim any responsibility for anyadverse effects resulting from the suggested procedures, fromany undetected errors, or from the reader’s misunderstandingof the text.© 2009 by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. All rights reserved.This book is protected by copyright. No part of it may be repro-duced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any formor by any means—electronic, mechanical, photocopy, record-ing, or otherwise—without prior written permission of thepublisher, except for brief quotations embodied in critical arti-cles and reviews and testing and evaluation materials provid-ed by publisher to instructors whose schools have adopted itsaccompanying textbook. Printed in the United States of Ameri-ca. For information, write Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 323Norristown Road, Suite 200, Ambler, PA 19002-2756.CPIE3E—010608Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication DataClinical pharmacology made incredibly easy!. — 3rd ed.p. ; cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.1.Clinical pharmacology — Outlines, syllabi, etc.I. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.[DNLM: 1.Pharmacology, Clinical — methods — Handbooks. 2.Drug Therapy — Handbooks. 3.PharmaceuticalPreparations — Handbooks.QV 39 C6417 2008]RM301.28.C556 2008615'.1—dc22ISBN-13: 978-0-7817-8938-7 (alk. paper)ISBN-10: 0-7817-8938-9 (alk. paper)2008009967
vContentsContributors and consultantsviiNot another boring forewordix1Fundamentals of clinical pharmacology12Autonomic nervous system drugs213Neurologic and neuromuscular drugs494Pain medications935Cardiovascular drugs1196Hematologic drugs1557Respiratory drugs1758Gastrointestinal drugs1959Genitourinary drugs22310Anti-infective drugs23711Anti-inflammatory, anti-allergy, andimmunosuppressant drugs29312Psychotropic drugs31113

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