Best Chemistry Pharmacology Books
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1. Nursing Dosage Calculation Workbook: 24 Categories Of Problems From Basic To Advanced! (Dosage Calculation Success Series)
Author: by Bradley J. Wojcik
Are you a nursing student, or nurse, who has the basics of dosage calculations down and wants to take your abilities to the next level? If so, this book is for you! Although his book is intended to be used as an advanced workbook supplement to Wojcik, B & Hassen, C (2018) Dosage calculations for nursing students: Master dosage calculations in 24 hours the safe & easy way without formulas!
ISBN 9781725638839, it will benefit anyone who has a basic knowledge of dosage calculations. The book’s 777 problems cover 24 categories from basic unit conversions to complex critical care calculations. The answers to the problems are explained primarily using dimensional analysis. This book is organized into the following six units:Unit 1: Basic Math Problems and Military TimeRounding NumbersRoman NumeralsScientific NotationMilitary TimeUnit 2: ConversionsUnit Conversions Within the Metric SystemUnit Conversions Within the Household SystemUnit Conversions Between the Metric, Household and Apothecary SystemsUnit 3: Dosage CalculationsDosage Calculations Level 1Dosage Calculations Level 2Dosage Calculations Level 3Body Surface Area Dosing CalculationsPediatric Dosing CalculationsPediatric Maintenance Fluid Replacement CalculationsUnit 4: IV Flow Rate CalculationsIV Flow Rate Calculations Level 1IV Flow Rate Calculations Level 2IV Flow Rate Adjustment CalculationsHeparin Infusion and Adjustment CalculationsUnit 5: Percent and Ratio Strength CalculationsPercentPercent StrengthPercent ChangeRatio StrengthUnit 6: Miscellaneous SubjectsReconstitution CalculationsConversions Between mg and mEqDosage Calculation PuzzlesSelf-Assessment ExamList of Abbreviations and SymbolsScroll Up To Get Yours Today!
2. Pharmaceutical Calculations
Author: by Maria Glaucia Teixeira
Retaining the successful previous editions’ programmed instructional format, this book improves and updates an authoritative textbook to keep pace with compounding trends and calculations addressing real-world calculations pharmacists perform and allowing students to learn at their own pace through examples.
Connects well with the current emphasis on self-paced and active learning in pharmacy schools Adds a new chapter dedicated to practical calculations used in contemporary compounding, new appendices, and solutions and answers for all problems Maintains value for teaching pharmacy students the principles while also serving as a reference for review by students in preparation for licensure exams Rearranges chapters and rewrites topics of the previous edition, making its content ideal to be used as the primary textbook in a typical dosage calculations course for any health care professional Reviews of the prior edition: “…
A well-structured approach to the topic…” (Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy) and “… A perfectly organized manual that serves as a expert guide…” (Electric Review)
3. Handbook of African Medicinal Plants
Author: by Maurice M. Iwu
With over 50,000 distinct species in sub-Saharan Africa alone, the African continent is endowed with an enormous wealth of plant resources. While more than 25 percent of known species have been used for several centuries in traditional African medicine for the prevention and treatment of diseases, Africa remains a minor player in the global natural products market largely due to lack of practical information.
This updated and expanded second edition of the Handbook of African Medicinal Plants provides a comprehensive review of more than 2,000 species of plants employed in indigenous African medicine, with full-color photographs and references from over 1,100 publications. The first part of the book contains a catalog of the plants used as ingredients for the preparation of traditional remedies, including their medicinal uses and the parts of the plant used.
This is followed by a pharmacognostical profile of 170 of the major herbs, with a brief description of the diagnostic features of the leaves, flowers, and fruits and monographs with botanical names, common names, synonyms, African names, habitat and distribution, ethnomedicinal uses, chemical constituents, and reported pharmacological activity.
4. Practical Guide to Clinical Data Management
Author: by Susanne Prokscha
The management of clinical data, from its collection during a trial to its extraction for analysis, has become a critical element in the steps to prepare a regulatory submission and to obtain approval to market a treatment. Groundbreaking on its initial publication nearly fourteen years ago, and evolving with the field in each iteration since then, the third edition of Practical Guide to Clinical Data Management includes important updates to all chapters to reflect the current industry approach to using electronic data capture (EDC) for most studies.
See what’s new in the Third Edition: A chapter on the clinical trial process that explains the high level flow of a clinical trial from creation of the protocol through the study lock and provides the context for the clinical data management activities that follow Reorganized content reflects an industry trend that divides training and standard operating procedures for clinical data management into the categories of study startup, study conduct, and study closeout Coverage of current industry and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approaches and concerns The book provides a comprehensive overview of the tasks involved in clinical data management and the computer systems used to perform those tasks.
5. Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO) in Trauma and Disease
Author: by Stanley W. Jacob
First isolated as a chemical compound by a Russian chemist in 1866, dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) proved to be a near-perfect solvent for decades before its remarkable biological and medical activities were discovered. DMSO is one of the most prodigious agents ever to come out of the world of drug development.
Its wide range of biological actions involving plants, animals, and humans has led to the publication of tens of thousands of articles in the scientific literature. Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO) in Trauma and Disease examines the major clinical uses of DMSO in humans as supported by basic evidence derived from experiments in animals, including its effects in disorders such as osteoarthritis, interstitial cystitis, gastrointestinal inflammatory changes, scleroderma, respiratory distress, myasthenia gravis, cardiac disease, traumatic brain injury, and Alzheimer’s disease.
The effects of DMSO on pain, cancer, stroke, and spinal cord injury are also discussed. The book explores how its chemical structure is able to react and deactivate toxic molecules generated by DNA damage, free radical formation, inflammation, oxidation, and infection.
6. Pharmaceutical Amorphous Solid Dispersions
Author: by Ann Newman
Providing a roadmap from early to late stages of drug development, this book overviews amorphous solid dispersion technology a leading platform to deliver poorly water soluble drugs, a major hurdle in today’s pharmaceutical industry. Helps readers understand amorphous solid dispersions and apply techniques to particular pharmaceutical systems Covers physical and chemical properties, screening, scale-up, formulation, drug product manufacture, intellectual property, and regulatory considerations Has an appendix with structure and property information for polymers commonly used in drug development and with marketed drugs developed using the amorphous sold dispersion approach Addresses global regulatory issues including USA regulations, ICH guidelines, and patent concerns around the world
7. Compounding: The Pharmacy Technician Series
Author: by Mike Johnston
Part of the Prentice Hall Pharmacy Technician Series, Compounding is a comprehensive book exploring the art and science of extemporaneous compounding. KEY TOPICS: It covers the principles of compounding, terms, equipment, dosage forms, formulations, techniques and a “how-to” on preparing standards compounds.
Pharmacy Technician students and professionals.
8. Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms, Vol. 2 (Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms-Disperse)
Author: by Herbert Lieberman
This outstanding Second Edition of an indispensable reference text concentrates on specific types of disperse system dosage forms, including methods of formulation and stability test procedures.
9. Biology and Ecology of Pharmaceutical Marine Life: Echinoderms (Biology and Ecology of Marine Life)
Author: by Ramasamy Santhanam
The first comprehensive book on the biology and ecology of pharmaceutical echinoderms. Contributed by scientists of both marine biology and pharmacy disciplines. All reported echinoderm species producing secondary metabolites are dealt with. Previously known only as nutritional invertebrates, the contribution of the echinoderms as sources of secondary metabolites for therapeutic compounds is a topic ripe for exploration.
All 200+ images are produced in full color. This book provides the taxonomy, common name, global distribution, habitat, diagnostic features and pharmaceutical compounds (along with their activities) of 150 species of ecinoderms along with over 200 detailed illustrations in glorious color. Among the biota of marine habitats, the echinoderms, which include sea stars (starfish), brittle stars and basket stars, sea urchins and sand dollars, sea cucumbers, and sea lilies or feather stars, are known for their importance as promising sources of bioactive compounds for development of pharmaceuticals.
10. Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms: Disperse Systems
Author: by Herbert Lieberman
Stressing the theory involved in formulating suspensions, emulsions, and colloidal drug products, this Second Edition of a well-received reference test highlights typical formulations, the avoidance of formulation pitfalls, and compliance with established regulatory principles.