Basic & clinical pharmacology /
edited by Bertram G. Katzung, MD, PhD (Professor Emeritus, Depart of Cellular & Molecular Pharmacology, University of California, San Francisco).
Fourteenth Edition.
New York : McGraw-Hill Education, [2018]
xi, 1250 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 28 cm
1259641155, 9781259641152
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New York : McGraw-Hill Education, [2018]
contents note
Section I: Basic principles -- Section II: Autonomic drugs -- Section III: Cardiovascular-renal drugs -- Section IV: Drugs with important actions on smooth muscle -- Section V: Drugs that act in the central nervous system -- Section VI: Drugs used to treat diseases of the blood, inflammation, & gout -- Section VII: Endocrine drugs -- Section VIII: Chemotherapeutic drugs -- Section IX: Toxicology -- Section X: Special topics.
general note
"A Lange medical book."
Previous edition: Thirteenth (2015).
local note
Access is available to the Yale community.
"The fourteenth edition of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology continues the extensive use of full-color illustrations and expanded coverage of transporters, pharmacogenomics, and new drugs of all types emphasized in prior editions. In addition, it reflects the major expansion of large-molecule drugs in the pharmacopeia, with numerous new monoclonal antibodies and other biologic agents. Case studies accompany most chapters, and answers to questions posed in the case studies appear at the end of each chapter. The book is designed to provide a comprehensive, authoritative, and readable pharmacology textbook for students in the health sciences. Frequent revision is necessary to keep pace with the rapid changes in pharmacology and therapeutics; the 2-3 year revision cycle of this text is among the shortest in the field, and the availability of an online version provides even greater currency. The book also offers special features that make it a useful reference for house officers and practicing clinicians."--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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