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Bertram G. Katzung, MD, PhD. Professor Emeritus. Department of Cellular & Molecular Pharmacology. University of California, San Francisco. Associate Editors. Katzung & Trevor's. Pharmacology. Examination. & Board Review a LANGE medical book. New York Chicago San Francisco Athens London Madrid Mexico City. Basic & Clinical Pharmacology (Katzung, Masters & Trevor).pdf medical book Basic & Clinical Pharmacology Twelfth Edition Edited by Bertram G. Katzung.
Case studies accompany most chapters and answers to questions posed in the case studies appear at the end of each chapter. As in prior editions, 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 the printed 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. Information is organized according to the sequence used in many pharmacology courses and in integrated curricula: basic principles;autonomic drugs; cardiovascular-renal drugs; drugs with important actions on smooth muscle; central nervous system drugs; drugs used to treat inflammation, gout, and diseases of the blood; endocrine drugs; chemotherapeutic drugs; toxicology; and special topics. This sequence builds new information on a foundation of information already assimilated.