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  • Rebuilding After Disastersby Gonzalo Lizarralde; Cassidy Johnson; Colin Davidson

    Taylor and Francis 2009; US$ 115.00

    Disasters are not natural. Natural events such as earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, etc. become disasters because of the fragile relations that exist between the natural, human and built environments. Sadly, major disasters will always occur in towns and cities in the developing world where resources are limited, people are vulnerable and needs are... more...

  • Sociology for Pharmacistsby Kevin M. G. Taylor; Sarah Nettleton; Geoffrey Harding

    Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 159.95

    Sociology for Pharmacists: An Introduction is written specifically for professionals and students in pharmacy who are newcomers to the study of sociology. It introduces the key concepts of sociology and demonstrates their importance and application to pharmacy practice in the 21st century. It is unique in its role as the only text to introduce sociology... more...

  • Natural Compounds as Drugsby Frank Petersen; Rene Amstutz

    Springer 2007; US$ 319.00

    The use of substances derived from plants, fungi, bacteria and marine organisms has a long tradition in medicine. Together with their derivatives, and synthetic compounds deduced from natural product precursors, they represent a major part of today's pharmaceutical market. In molecular biological research, natural products also play an important... more...

  • Pharmacology and Therapeutics of Coughby Kian Fan Chung; John Widdicombe

    Springer 2008; US$ 419.00

    There has been remarkable advances in our knowledge of cough. This book shows that basic studies are pointing to many potentially valuable approaches to the treatment of cough, based on understanding the basic peripheral receptor mechanisms, the brainstem pathways in the control of cough, and the sensitization processes that may apply in disease. more...

  • Le Ginsengby Paul Goetz; Patrick Stoltz; Dominique Delaporte; Alain Drouard

    Springer 2009; US$ 39.95

    Panax ginseng! Comment rester insensible au pouvoir évocateur de cette plante dont le premier terme du nom évoque la panacée? Que savons-nous du ginseng? Cette médication à effet fortifiant a des propriétés biologiques qui lui confère un potentiel thérapeutique rarement abordé. Emblématique de toute une série de plantes qui ont reçu le qualificatif... more...

  • A Textbook of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 5Edby James Ritter; Lionel Lewis; Timothy Mant; Albert Ferro

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 71.95

    If you understand how drugs work (pharmacodynamics), how they are handled by the body (pharmacokinetics), how they interact with each other, and how drug treatments are assessed, then you will become a better prescriber. A Textbook of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics gives you that understanding. Fully revised throughout and extensively... more...

  • Dictionary of Pharmaceutical Medicineby Gerhard Nahler; A. Mollet

    Springer 2009; US$ 69.99

    Contains various terms typically used in pharmaceutical medicine. This book explains about 1,000 abbreviations most commonly used in pharmaceutical medicine. It is suitable for professionals in the area of the pharmaceutical industry, medical and pre-clinical research, regulatory affairs, marketing and marketing authorisation of pharmaceuticals. more...

  • Humic Substances in Drug Developmentby Rajesh Khanna

    Studium Press 2009; US$ 70.00

    There are a number of natural humic substances which have been identified and used as part of traditional medicine worldwide. The usage has evolved from centuries of knowledge sharing, careful observation and practical experience gained from using these amazing bio-products of nature. Shilajit or Mummiyois one such humic substance that has been used... more...

  • Introduction to Pharmaceutical Calculationsby Judith A Rees; Ian Smith; Brian Smith

    Pharmaceutical Press 2010; US$ 46.86

    This revised and expanded edition, written by experienced pharmacy lecturers, has been updated to include a new chapter on calculations involving information retrieval, the latest changes to the BNF and body surface area charts from the BNF for Children. Further topics include: rational numbers; systems of units; concentrations, dilutions and formulations;... more...

  • Biological Therapeuticsby Ben Greenstein; Daniel A Brook

    Pharmaceutical Press 2011; US$ 56.23

    Biological Therapeutics is an introduction to what is arguably the most exciting and fastest-growing branch of pharmaceutical science at the present time: the treatment of disease using biological medicines derived from living plant and animal tissues. All categories of biological therapeutics are covered in this comprehensive overview. Chapter features... more...