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$aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
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0$aPharmacy$xStudy and teaching.
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22$aPharmacy Administration.
0$aElectronic books.
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1 $aKier, Karen L.
1 $aBainbridge, Jacquelyn L.
1 $aBardowell, Rachel H.
1 $aBello-Quintero, Cristina E.
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1 $aClayton, Sherry.
1 $aCollins, Nancy.
1 $aEarle, Sandra B.
1 $aEley, A. Timothy.
1 $aFeldman, Stuart.
1 $aFrenzel Shepherd, Elizabeth.
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02$aEthics in pharmacy practice.
02$aPharmacy as a community-based profession.
02$aCommunication: an overview.
02$aRounding, documentation, and patient education.
02$aMonitoring drug therapy.
02$aRegulatory agencies with pharmacy oversight and legal requirements for filling a
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740 02$aPharmacy calculations.
740 02$aPhysical assessment skills.
740 02$aInterpretation of clinical laboratory data.
740 02$aDesigning patient treatment plans: pharmacokinetic foundations.
740 02$aDrug information and drug literature evaluation.
740 02$aCommunity/ambulatory care.
740 02$aInstitutional pharmacy practice.
740 02$aManaged care.
740 02$aPublic health.
740 02$aTaking it to the streets: reducing health disparities through domestic and global outreach
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$a1 electronic text (xvii, 273 p.) :$bill.
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$aPrint version c2010.
$aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
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02$aUnderstanding problems in the use of medications.
02$aBusiness case for pharmacy quality.
02$aHealth care organizations involved in quality improvement.
02$aHealth care quality improvement.
02$aRecognizing and defining quality problems.
02$aIdentifying causes of quality problems.
02$aStatistical process control.
02$aMeasuring medication safety and quality.
02$aConsumer assessment of pharmacy quality.
02$aRisk management.
02$aImplementing change to enhance quality.
02$aUsing technology in the quality improvement process.
02$aReporting on health care quality.
02$aAligning financial incentives for quality.
02$aResponding to an outside assessment of pharmacy quality.
02$aImplementing your own pharmacy quality improvement program.
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$a1 electronic text (vi, 644 p.) :$bcol. ill.
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$aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
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02$aPharmacokinetics.
02$aDrug metabolism.
02$aDrug evaluation & regulation.
02$aIntroduction to autonomic pharmacology.
02$aCholinoceptor-activating & cholinesterase-inhibiting drugs.
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02$aCholinoceptor blockers & cholinesterase regenerators.
02$aSympathomimetics.
02$aAdrenoceptor blockers.
02$aDrugs used in hypertension.
02$aDrugs used in the treatment of angina pectoris.
02$aDrugs used in heart failure.
02$aAntiarrhythmic drugs.
02$aDiuretic agents.
02$aHistamine, serotonin, & the ergot alkaloids.
02$aVasoactive peptides.
02$aProstaglandins & other eicosanoids.
02$aNitric oxide, donors, & inhibitors.
02$aBronchodilators & other drugs used in asthma.
02$aIntroduction to cns pharmacology.
02$aSedative-hypnotic drugs.
02$aAlcohols.
02$aAntiseizure drugs.
02$aGeneral anesthetics.
02$aLocal anesthetics.
02$aSkeletal muscle relaxants.
02$aDrugs used in Parkinsonism & other movement disorders.
02$aAntipsychotic agents & lithium.
02$aAntidepressants.
02$aOpioid analgesics & antagonists.
02$aDrugs of abuse.
02$aAgents used in anemias & hematopoietic growth factors.
02$aDrugs used in coagulation disorders.
02$aDrugs used in the treatment of hyperlipidemias.
02$aNSAIDs, acetaminophen, & drugs used in rheumatoid arthritis and gout.
02$aHypothalamic & pituitary hormones.
02$aThyroid & antithyroid drugs.
02$aCorticosteroids & antagonists.
02$aGonadal hormones & inhibitors.
02$aPancreatic hormones, antidiabetic agents, & glucagon.
02$aDrugs that affect bone mineral homeostasis.
02$aChemotherapeutic drugs.
02$aBeta-lactam antibiotics & other cell wall synthesis inhibitors.
02$aChloramphenicol, tetracyclines, macrolides, clindamycin, streptogramins, & linezolid.
02$aAminoglycosides.
02$aSulfonamides, trimethoprim, & fluoroquinolones.
02$aAntimycobacterial drugs.
02$aAntifungal agents.
02$aAntiviral chemotherapy & prophylaxis.
02$aMiscellaneous antimicrobial agents & urinary antiseptics.
02$aClinical use of antimicrobials.
02$aAntiprotozoal drugs.
02$aAntihelminthic drugs.
02$aCancer chemotherapy.
02$aImmunopharmacology.
02$aEnvironmental and occupational toxicology.
02$aHeavy metals.
02$aManagement of the poisoned patient.
02$aDrugs used in gastrointestinal disorders.
02$aDietary supplements & herbal medications.
02$aDrug interactions.
02$aAppendix: key words for key drugs.
02$aAppendix:.strategies for improving test performance.
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$aRev. ed. of: Goldfrank's toxicologic emergencies / Neal E. Flomenbaum ... [et al.]. 8th ed.
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medical toxicology -- section 1. Biochemical and metabolic principles -- section 2.
Pathophysiologic basis: organ systems -- section 3. Special populations -- part C. The
clinical basis of medical toxicology -- section 1A. Analgesics and antiinflammatory
medications -- section 1B. Dietary and nutritional xenobiotics -- section 1C. Pharmaceuticals
-- section 1D. Antimicrobials -- section 1E. Cardiopulmonary medications -- section 1F.
Anesthetics and related medications -- section 1G. Psychotropic medications -- section 1H.
Substances of abuse -- section 1I. Metals -- section 1J. Household products -- section 1K.
Pesticides -- section 1L. Natural toxins and envenomations -- section 1M. Occupational and
environmental toxins -- section 1M. Disaster preparedness -- section 2. Poison centers and
epidemiology.
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$a"Goldfrank's Toxicological Emergencies is a multi-authored text of more than 2000 pages
prepared by utilizing the education and management principles we apply at the New York City
Poison Center and at our clinical sites. In this ninth edition of Goldfrank's Toxicological
Emergencies, we proudly offer readers an approach to medical toxicology using evidence based
principles viewed through a lens of bedside clinical practice"--Provided by publisher.
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650 12$aPoisoning$vCase Reports.
650 12$aPoisoning $vExamination Questions.
650 22$aPoisons$vCase Reports.
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700 1 $aBabu, Kavita M.
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700 1 $aCantilena, Louis R.
700 1 $aChan, Gar Ming.
700 1 $aChan, Yiu-Cheung.
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700 1 $aChiang, William K.
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$aChu, Jason.
$aChurch, Richard.
$aClancy, Cathleen.
$aClark, Richard Franklin.
$aCurry, Steven C.
$aCurtis, John A.
$aDawson, Andrew.
$aDelaney, Kathleen A.
$aDeRoos, Francis Jerome.
$aDoyon, Suzanne.
$aDrukteinis, Dainius A.
$aEddleston, Michael.
$aEwald, Michele Burns.
$aFarmer, Brenna M.
$aFeinfeld, Donald A.
$aFerguson, Kathy Lynn.
$aFine, Jeffrey S.
$aFlomenbaum, Mark A.
$aFord, Marsha D.
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$aGeyer, Howard L.
$aGinsburg, Beth Y.
$aGold, Jeffrey A.
$aGoldfarb, David S.
$aGreenberg, Michael I.
$aGreller, Howard A.
$aGriffel, Martin.
$aGude, Anne-Bolette.
$aGummin, David D.
$aHack, Jason B.
$aHaggerty, David A.
$aHahn, In-Hei.
$aHalcomb, Sarah Eliza.
$aHamilton, Richard J.
$aHarbord, Nikolas B.
$aHendrickson, Robert G.
$aHenretig, Fred M.
$aHernon, Christina H.
$aHessler, Robert A.
$aHoegberg, Lotte C. G.
$aHoffman, Robert J.
$aHolland, Michael G.
$aHolstege, Christopher P.
$aHolubek, William J.
$aHung, Oliver L.
$aIsom, Gary E.
$aJuurlink, David N.
$aKaufman, Bradley J.
$aKaufman, Brian.
$aKerns, William.
$aKirk, Mark A.
$aKirrane, Barbara M.
$aKleinschmidt, Kurt C.
$aKuffner, Edwin K.
$aLai-Becker, Melisa W.
$aLee, David C.
$aLiebelt, Erica L.
$aLong, Heather.
$aMajlesi, Nima.
$aMalavade, Kishor.
$aManini, Alex F.
$aMarraffa, Jeanna M.
$aMcGuigan, Michael A.
$aMcKay, Charles A.
$aMercurio-Zappala, Maria.
$aMills, Kirk C.
$aMunday, Stephen W.
$aNordt, Sean Patrick.
$aO'Connor, Ayrn D.
$aOdujebe, Oladapo A.
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1 $aOlmedo, Ruben E.
1 $aOlsen, Dean G.
1 $aOsterhoudt, Kevin C.
1 $aPalmer, Mary Emery.
1 $aPerrone, Jeanmarie.
1 $aPizon, Anthony F.
1 $aPrice, Dennis P.
1 $aProsser, Jane M.
1 $aRainey, Petrie M.
1 $aRao, Rama B.
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1 $aRuha, Anne-Michelle.
1 $aSchier, Joshua G.
1 $aSchwartz, David R.
1 $aSchwartz, David T.
1 $aSchwartz, Lauren.
1 $aSerper, Mark R.
1 $aSharma, Adhi.
1 $aSivilotti, Marco L. A.
1 $aSmith, Silas W.
1 $aSoghoian, Sari.
1 $aStolbach, Andrew.
1 $aStork, Christine M.
1 $aSu, Mark.
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1 $aSue, Young-Jin.
1 $aSutin, Kenneth M.
1 $aTarabar, Asim F.
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1 $aTomassoni, Anthony J.
1 $aTomaszewski, Christian.
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1 $aTunik, Michael G.
1 $aVassallo, Susi U.
1 $aVelez, Larissa I.
1 $aVivero, Lisa E.
1 $aWald, Peter H.
1 $aWang, Richard Y.
1 $aWax, Paul M.
1 $aWeisman, Richard S.
1 $aWiener, Sage W.
1 $aYip, Luke.
02$aTable of antidotes in depth.
02$aHistorical principles and perspectives.
02$aToxicologic plagues and disasters in history.
02$aInitial evaluation of the patient: vital signs and toxic syndromes.
02$aPrinciples of managing the poisoned or overdosed patient.
02$aDiagnostic imaging.
02$aLaboratory principles.
02$aTechniques used to prevent gastrointestinal absorption.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A1): syrup of ipecac.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A2): activated charcoal.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A3): whole-bowel irrigation and other intestinal evacuants.
02$aPharmacokinetic and toxicokinetic principles.
02$aPrinciples and techniques applied to enhance elimination.
02$aUse of the intensive care unit.
02$aChemical principles.
02$aBiochemical and metabolic principles.
02$aNeurotransmitters and neuromodulators.
02$aWithdrawal principles.
02$aThermoregulatory principles.
02$aFluid, electrolyte, and acid6base principles.
02$aPsychiatric principles.
02$aNeurologic principles.
02$aOphthalmic principles.
02$aOtolaryngologic principles.
02$aRespiratory principles.
02$aElectrophysiologic and electrocardiographic principles.
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02$aHemodynamic principles.
02$aHematologic principles.
02$aGastrointestinal principles.
02$aHepatic principles.
02$aRenal principles.
02$aGenitourinary principles.
02$aDermatologic principles.
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02$aGeriatric principles.
02$aPostmortem toxicology.
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02$aNonsteroidal antiinflammatory agents.
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02$aOpioids.
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02$aDieting agents and regimens.
02$aIron.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A7): deferoxamine.
02$aVitamins.
02$aEssential oils.
02$aHerbal preparations.
02$aAthletic performance enhancers.
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02$aAnticonvulsants.
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02$aAntidotes in depth (A10): dextrose.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A11): octreotide.
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02$aAntihistamines and decongestants.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A12): physostigmine salicylate.
02$aAntimigraine medications.
02$aAntineoplastics overview.
02$aAntineoplastics: methotrexate.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A13): leucovorin (folinic acid) and folic acid.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A14): glucarpidase (carboxypeptidase G2).
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02$aMiscellaneous antineoplastics.
02$aPharmaceutical additives.
02$aAntibiotics, antifungals, and antivirals.
02$aAntituberculous medications.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A15): pyridoxine.
02$aAntimalarials.
02$aAnticoagulants.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A16): vitamin K1.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A17): protamine.
02$aCalcium channel blockers.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A18): insulin-euglycemia therapy.
02$a[Beta]-Adrenergic antagonists.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A19): glucagon.
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02$aAntidysrhythmics.
02$aCardioactive steroids.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A20): digoxin-specific antibody fragments.
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02$aInhalational anesthetics.
02$aNeuromuscular blockers.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A22): dantrolene sodium.
02$aAntipsychotics.
02$aLithium.
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02$aSedative-hypnotics.
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02$aAmphetamines.
02$aCocaine.
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02$aAntidotes in depth (A25): thiamine hydrochloride.
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02$aDisulfiram and disulfiramlike reactions.
02$a[Gamma]-Hydroxybutyric acid.
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02$aHallucinogens.
02$aCannabinoids.
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02$aPhencyclidine and ketamine.
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02$aAntimony.
02$aArsenic.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A26): dimercaprol (British anti-Lewisite or BAL).
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02$aCadmium.
02$aChromium.
02$aCobalt.
02$aCopper.
02$aLead.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A27): succimer (2,3-dimercaptosuccinic acid).
02$aAntidotes in depth (A28): edetate calcium disodium (CaNa2EDTA).
02$aManganese.
02$aMercury.
02$aNickel.
02$aSelenium.
02$aSilver.
02$aThallium.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A29): Prussian blue.
02$aZinc.
02$aAntiseptics, disinfectants, and sterilants.
02$aCamphor and moth repellents.
02$aCaustics.
02$aHydrofluoric acid and fluorides.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A30): calcium.
02$aHydrocarbons.
02$aToxic alcohols.
02$aSpecial considerations (SC5): diethylene glycol.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A31): fomepizole.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A32): ethanol.
02$aPesticides: an overview with a focus on principles and rodenticides.
02$aBarium.
02$aSodium monofluoroacetate and fluoroacetamide.
02$aPhosphorus.
02$aStrychnine.
02$aInsecticides: organic phosphorus compounds and carbamates.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A33): pralidoxime.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A34): atropine.
02$aInsecticides: organic chlorines, pyrethrins/pyrethroids, and insect repellents.
02$aHerbicides.
02$aMethyl cromide and other fumigants.
02$aMushrooms.
02$aPlants.
02$aArthropods.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A35): antivenom (scorpion and spider).
02$aMarine envenomations.
02$aSnakes and other reptiles.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A36): antivenom (crotaline).
02$aIndustrial poisoning: information and control.
02$aNanotoxicology.
02$aSimple asphyxiants and pulmonary irritants.
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02$aAntidotes in depth (A37): hyperbaric oxygen.
02$aCyanide and hydrogen sulfide.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A38): sodium and amyl nitrite.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A39): sodium thiosulfate.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A40): hydroxocobalamin.
02$aMethemoglobin inducers.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A41): methylene blue.
02$aSmoke inhalation.
02$aRisk assessment and risk communication.
02$aHazmat incident response.
02$aChemical weapons.
02$aBiological weapons.
02$aRadiation.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A42): potassium iodide.
02$aAntidotes in depth (A43): DTPA [pentetic acid or pentetate (zinc or calcium) trisodium].
02$aPoison prevention and education.
02$aPoison centers and poison epidemiology.
02$aInternational perspectives on medical toxicology.
02$aPrinciples of epidemiology and research design.
02$aAdverse drug events and postmarketing surveillance.
02$aMedication safety and adverse drug events.
02$aRisk management and legal principles.
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02$aPharmacodynamics: molecular mechanisms of drug action.
02$aDrug toxicity and poisoning.
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02$aMuscarinic receptor agonists and antagonists.
02$aAnticholinesterase agents.
02$aAgents acting at the neuromuscular junction and autonomic ganglia.
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02$aPharmacotherapy of congestive heart failure.
02$aAnti-arrhythmic drugs.
02$aPharmacogenetic targeting of cardiovascular drugs.
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02$aLipid-derived autacoids: eicosanoids and platelet-activating factor.
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02$aImmunosuppressants, tolerogens, and immunostimulants.
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02$aHematopoietic agents: growth factors, minerals, and vitamins.
02$aIntroduction to endocrinology: the hypothalamic-pituitary axis.
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02$aGeneral principles of antimicrobial therapy.
02$aChemotherapy of malaria.
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02$aProtein synthesis inhibitorsand miscellaneous antibacterial agents.
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02$aAntifungal agents.
02$aAntiviral agents (nonretroviral).
02$aAntiretroviral agents and treatment of HIV infection.
02$aGeneral principles of cancer chemotherapy.
02$aCytotoxic agents.
02$aTargeted therapies: tyrosine kinase inhibitors, monoclonal antibodies, and cytokines.
02$aNatural products in cancer chemotherapy: hormones and related agents.
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02$aDermatological pharmacology.
02$aContraception and pharmacotherapy of obstetrical and gynecological disorders.
02$aEnvironmental toxicology: carcinogens and heavy metals.
02$aPrinciples of prescription order writing and patient compliance.
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$aMangione, Robert A.
$aMark, Scott M.
$aMarshik, Patricia L.
$aMartin, Steven.
$aMattox, Todd W.
$aMay, J. Russell.
$aMcGuire, Timothy R.
$aMcKee, Jerry.
$aMedina, Patrick J.
$aMelton, Sarah T.
$aMichaud, Laura Boehnke.
$aMinor, Deborah S.
$aMitropoulos, Isaac F.
$aMontgomery, Patricia A.
$aMoore, Reginald.
$aMoote, Rebecca.
$aMunro, Stuart.
$aNahata, Milap C.
$aNamdar, Rocsanna.
$aNappi, Jean M.
$aNelson, Leigh Anne.
$aNelson, Merlin V.
$aNichols, Fenwick T.
$aNjoku, Jessica C.
$aNolin, Thomas D.
$aNorris, LeAnn B.
$aNutescu, Edith A.
$aO'Brien, Barbara M.
$aO'Bryant, Cindy L.
$aO'Connell, Mary Beth.
$aOftebro, Jessica S.
$aOlsen, Keith M.
$aPage, Robert L.
$aPai, Amy Barton.
$aParker, Robert B.
$aPatel, Priti N.
$aPeloquin, Charles A.
$aPendland, Susan L.
$aPerkins, Janelle B.
$aPeters, Jay I.
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$aPhillips, Bradley G.
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$aPilch, Nicole Weimert.
$aPliszka, Stephen R.
$aPoon, Betsy Bickert.
$aPoust, Jamie C.
$aPowell, Patricia H.
$aPrince, Randall A.
$aPruemer, Jane.
$aRagucci, Kelly R.
$aRaissy, Hengameh H.
$aReasner, Charles A.
$aReed, Michael D.
$aRivera, Jos�e O.
$aRodgers, Jo E.
$aRogers, Susan J.
$aRosenberg, Amy F.
$aRotschafer, John C.
$aRovner, Eric S.
$aRudis, Maria I.
$aRybak, Michael J.
$aSacks, Gordon S.
$aSanoski, Cynthia A.
$aSaseen, Joseph J.
$aSchade, Robert R.
$aSchneiderhan, Mark E.
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1 $aVeverka, Angie.
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1 $aWalsh-Chocolaad, Tracey.
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1 $aWeinstein, Lara Carson.
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1 $aWolf, Judith K.
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1 $aWyman, Jean.
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02$aHealth outcomes and health-related quality of life.
02$aHealth literacy and medication use.
02$aCultural competency.
02$aPrinciples and practices of medication safety.
02$aEvidence-based medicine.
02$aDocumentation of pharmacy services.
02$aClinical pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics.
02$aPharmacogenetics.
02$aPediatrics.
02$aGeriatrics.
02$aPalliative care.
02$aPharmacoepidemiology.
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02$aEmergency preparedness: identification and management of biologic exposures.
02$aEmergency preparedness: identification and management of chemical and radiologic exposures.
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02$aCardiovascular testing.
02$aCardiac arrest.
02$aHypertension.
02$aSystolic heart failure.
02$aDiastolic heart failure and the cardiomyopathies.
02$aAcute decompensated heart failure.
02$aIschemic heart disease.
02$aAcute coronary syndromes.
02$aArrhythmias.
02$aVenous thromboembolism.
02$aStroke.
02$aDyslipidemia.
02$aPeripheral arterial disease.
02$aUse of vasopressors and inotropes in the pharmacotherapy of shock.
02$aHypovolemic shock.
02$aIntroduction to pulmonary function testing.
02$aAsthma.
02$aChronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
02$aPulmonary arterial hypertension.
02$aDrug-induced pulmonary diseases.
02$aCystic fibrosis.
02$aEvaluation of the gastrointestinal tract.
02$aGastroesophageal reflux disease.
02$aPeptic ulcer disease.
02$aInflammatory bowel disease.
02$aNausea and vomiting.
02$aDiarrhea, constipation, and irritable bowel syndrome.
02$aPortal hypertension and cirrhosis.
02$aDrug-induced liver disease.
02$aPancreatitis.
02$aViral hepatitis.
02$aDrug therapy individualization in patients with hepatic disease and genetic alterations in
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02$aCeliac disease.
02$aClinical assessment of kidney function.
02$aAcute kidney injury.
02$aChronic kidney disease: progression-modifying therapies.
02$aChronic kidney disease: management of complications.
02$aHemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.
02$aDrug-induced kidney disease.
02$aGlomerulonephritis.
02$aDrug therapy individualization for patients with chronic kidney disease.
02$aDisorders of sodium and water homeostasis.
02$aDisorders of calcium and phosphorus homeostasis.
02$aDisorders of potassium and magnesium homeostasis.
02$aAcid-base disorders.
02$aEvaluation of neurologic illness.
02$aAlzheimer's disease.
02$aMultiple sclerosis.
02$aEpilepsy.
02$aStatus epilepticus.
02$aAcute management of the brain injury patient.
02$aParkinson's disease.
02$aPain management.
02$aHeadache disorders.
02$aEvaluation of psychiatric illness.
02$aChildhood disorders.
02$aEating disorders.
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02$aSubstance-related disorders: alcohol, nicotine, and caffeine.
02$aSchizophrenia.
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02$aAnxiety disorders II: posttraumatic stress disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
02$aSleep disorders.
02$aDisorders associated with intellectual disabilities.
02$aDiabetes mellitus.
02$aThyroid disorders.
02$aAdrenal gland disorders.
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02$aPituitary gland disorders.
02$aPregnancy and lactation: therapeutic considerations.
02$aContraception.
02$aMenstruation-related disorders.
02$aEndometriosis.
02$aHormone therapy in women.
02$aErectile dysfunction.
02$aBenign prostatic hyperplasia.
02$aUrinary incontinence.
02$aFunction and evaluation of the immune system.
02$aSystemic lupus erythematosus and other collagen-vascular diseases.
02$aAllergic and pseudoallergic drug reactions.
02$aSolid-organ transplantation.
02$aOsteoporosis and other metabolic bone diseases.
02$aRheumatoid arthritis.
02$aOsteoarthritis.
02$aGout and hyperuricemia.
02$aGlaucoma.
02$aAllergic rhinitis.
02$aDermatologic drug reactions and common skin conditions.
02$aAcne vulgaris.
02$aPsoriasis.
02$aAtopic dermatitis.
02$aAnemias.
02$aCoagulation disorders.
02$aSickle cell disease.
02$aDrug-induced hematologic disorders.
02$aLaboratory tests to direct antimicrobial pharmacotherapy.
02$aAntimicrobial regimen selection.
02$aCentral nervous system infections.
02$aLower respiratory tract infections.
02$aUpper respiratory tract infections.
02$aInfluenza.
02$aSkin and soft-tissue infections.
02$aInfective endocarditis.
02$aTuberculosis.
02$aGastrointestinal infections and enterotoxigenic poisonings.
02$aIntraabdominal infections.
02$aParasitic diseases.
02$aUrinary tract infections and prostatitis.
02$aSexually transmitted diseases.
02$aBone and joint infections.
02$aSevere sepsis and septic shock.
02$aSuperficial fungal infections.
02$aInvasive fungal infections.
02$aInfections in immunocompromised patients.
02$aAntimicrobial prophylaxis in surgery.
02$aVaccines, toxoids, and other immunobiologics.
02$aHuman immunodeficiency virus infection.
02$aCancer treatment and chemotherapy.
02$aBreast cancer.
02$aLung cancer.
02$aColorectal cancer.
02$aProstate cancer.
02$aLymphomas.
02$aOvarian cancer.
02$aAcute leukemias.
02$aChronic leukemias.
02$aMultiple myeloma.
02$aMyelodysplastic syndromes.
02$aRenal cell carcinoma.
02$aMelanoma.
02$aHematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
02$aAssessment of nutrition status and nutrition requirements.
02$aMedication administration considerations with specialized nutrition support.
02$aParenteral nutrition.
02$aEnteral nutrition.
02$aNutritional considerations in major organ failure.
02$aObesity.
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5. Aging -- pt 6. Nutrition -- pt 7. Oncology and hematology -- pt 8. Infectious diseases -pt 9. Terrorism and clinical medicine -- pt 10. Disorders of the cardiovascular system -- pt
11. Disorders of the respiratory system -- pt 12. Critical care medicine -- pt 13. Disorders
of the kidney and urinary tract -- pt 14. Disorders of the gastrointestinal system -- pt 15.
Disorders of the joints and adjacent tissues -- pt 16. Endocrinology and metabolism -- pt 17.
Neurologic disorders -- pt 18. Poisoning, drug overdose, and envenomation -- pt 19. Highaltitude and decompression sickness.
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--$tVideo library of neuro-ophthalmology --$tAtlas of oral manifestations of disease -$tApproach to the patient with a heart murmur --$tAtlas of urinary sediments and renal
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peripheral blood smears --$tMitochondrial dna and heritable traits and diseases --$tSystems
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malaria and babesiosis --$tAtlas of electrocardiography --$tAtlas of noninvasive cardiac
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overdosage --$tAltitude illness --$tHyperbaric and diving medicine --$tClinical laboratory in
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20$gAdditional e-chapters presented as video.$tClinical procedure tutorial: central venous
catheter placement --$tClinical procedure tutorial: thoracentesis --$tClinical procedure
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0$aInternal medicine.
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0$aElectronic books.
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1 $aLongo, Dan L.
1 $aKasper, Dennis L.
1 $aJameson, J. Larry.
1 $aFauci, Anthony S.,$d19401 $aHauser, Stephen L.
1 $aLoscalzo, Joseph.
1 $aHarrison, Tinsley Randolph,$d1900-1978.
1 $aAbbruzzese, James L.
1 $aAboulhosn, Jamil.
1 $aAchermann, John C.
1 $aAdamson, John W.
1 $aAmato, Anthony A.
1 $aAminoff, Michael J.
1 $aAmpel, Neil M.
1 $aAnderson, Kenneth C.
1 $aAntman, Elliott M.
1 $aAppelbaum, Frederick R.
1 $aArcher, Gordon L.
1 $aArias, Cesar A.
1 $aArlt, Wiebke.
1 $aArruda, Valder.
1 $aAsbury, Arthur K.
1 $aAsplin, John R.
1 $aAtherton, John C.
1 $aAttia, Evelyn.
1 $aAuerbach, Paul S.
1 $aAusten, K. Frank.
1 $aAwtry, Eric H.
1 $aBacon, Bruce R.
1 $aBaden, Lindsey R.
1 $aBalmes, John R.
1 $aBalwani, Manisha.
1 $aBanks, Peter A.
1 $aBarbieri, Robert L.
1 $aBargman, Joanne M.
1 $aBarlam, Tamar F.
1 $aBarnes, Peter J.
1 $aBarohn, Richard J.
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1 $aBasnyat, Buddha.
1 $aBassuk, Shari S.
1 $aBateman, John F.
1 $aBates, David W.
1 $aBaughman, Robert P.
1 $aBeal, M. Flint.
1 $aBeck, Laurence H.
1 $aBeeching, Nicholas J.
1 $aBenjamin, Robert S.
1 $aBennett, Michael H.
1 $aBenz, Edward J.
1 $aBergounioux, Jean.
1 $aBetancourt, Joseph R.
1 $aBhan, Atul K.
1 $aBhasin, Shalender.
1 $aBhatt, Deepak L.
1 $aBickers, David R.
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1 $aBistrian, Bruce R.
1 $aBlaser, Martin J.
1 $aBleijenberg, Gijs.
1 $aBloomfield, Clara D.
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$aBolognia, Jean L.
$aBonventre, Joseph V.
$aBosl, George J.
$aBoucher, Richard C.
$aBraunwald, Eugene.
$aBraverman, Irwin M.
$aBrawley, Otis Webb.
$aBreman, Joel G.
$aBrewer, George J.
$aBriggs, Josephine P.
$aBringhurst, F. Richard.
$aBromley, Steven M.
$aBrown, Kevin E.
$aBrown, Robert H.,$d1947$aBurns, Christopher M.
$aBurns, David M.
$aCalderwood, Stephen B.
$aCallahan, Michael V.
$aCamilleri, Michael.
$aCannon, Christopher P.
$aCarapetis, Jonathan.
$aCarbone, Kathryn M.
$aCarr, Brian I.
$aCasadevall, Arturo.
$aCastellanos, Agustin.
$aCelli, Bartolome R.
$aChakinala, Murali.
$aChandraker, Anil.
$aChapman, Stanley W.
$aChareonthaitawee, Panithaya.
$aChen, Lan X.
$aChen, Yuan-Tsong.
$aChertow, Glenn M.
$aChild, John S.
$aChoi, Augustine M. K.
$aChong, Irene.
$aChung, Raymond T.
$aCoe, Fredric L.
$aCohen, Jeffrey I.
$aCohen-Poradosu, Ronit.
$aCollins, Francis S.
$aColucci, Wilson S.
$aConwell, Darwin L.
$aCorbel, Michael J.
$aCorcoran, William Edward.
$aCorey, Kathleen E.
$aCorey, Lawrence.
$aCosman, Felicia.
$aCreager, Mark A.
$aCrofford, Leslie J.
$aCroswell, Jennifer M.
$aCryer, Philip E.
$aCunningham, David.
$aCush, John J.
$aCzeisler, Charles A.
$aDalakas, Marinos C.
$aDalmau, Josep.
$aDanzl, Daniel F.
$aDaroff, Robert B.
$aDavis, Charles E.
$aDavis, Stephen N.
$aDeAngelis, Lisa M.
$aDel Valle, John.
$aDemay, Marie B.
$aDenker, Bradley M.
$aDenning, David W.
$aDesnick, Robert J.
$aDeyo, Richard A.
$aDiamond, Betty.
$aDienstag, Jules L.
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$aDillon, William P.
$aDinarello, Charles A.
$aDolin, Raphael.
$aDoty, Richard L.
$aDouglas, Neil J.
$aDrachman, Daniel B.
$aDriscoll, David F.
$aDuBose, Thomas D.
$aDumler, J. Stephen.
$aDunaif, Andrea E.
$aDurso, Samuel C.
$aDutcher, Janice P.
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$aCarbonara Baugh, Gina M.
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$aMacLaren, Robert.
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$aMaki, Erik D.
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$aMarrs, Joel C.
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$aMaynor, Lena M.
$aMcAuley, James W.
$aMcGhee, William.
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02$aActive learning strategies.
02$aCase studies in patient communication.
02$aPharmaceutical care planning: a component of the patient care process.
02$aDocumentation of pharmacotherapy interventions.
02$aPediatrics.
02$aGeriatrics.
02$aPalliative care.
02$aClinical toxicology: acetaminophen toxicity.
02$aCyanide exposure.
02$aChemical exposure.
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02$aHypertension.
02$aHypertensive crisis.
02$aHeart failure: systolic dysfunction.
02$aHeart failure: diastolic dysfunction.
02$aIschemic heart disease: chronic stable angina.
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02$aAcute coronary syndrome: ST-elevation myocardial infarction.
02$aVentricular arrhythmia.
02$aAtrial fibrillation.
02$aDeep vein thrombosis.
02$aPulmonary embolism.
02$aChronic anticoagulation.
02$aIschemic stroke.
02$aDyslipidemia.
02$aPeripheral arterial disease.
02$aHypovolemic shock.
02$aAcute asthma.
02$aChronic asthma.
02$aChronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
02$aPulmonary arterial hypertension.
02$aCystic fibrosis.
02$aGastroesophageal reflux disease.
02$aPeptic ulcer disease.
02$aNSAID - induced ulcer disease.
02$aStress ulcer prophylaxis / upper GI hemorrhage.
02$aCrohn's disease.
02$aUlcerative colitis.
02$aNausea and vomiting.
02$aDiarrhea.
02$aIrritable bowel syndrome.
02$aPediatric gastroenteritis.
02$aConstipation.
02$aAscites management in portal hypertension and cirrhosis.
02$aEsophageal varices.
02$aHepatic encephalopathy.
02$aAcute pancreatitis.
02$aChronic pancreatitis.
02$aViral Hepatitis A vaccination.
02$aViral Hepatitis B.
02$aViral Hepatitis C.
02$aDrug-induced acute kidney injury.
02$aAcute kidney injury.
02$aProgressive renal disease.
02$aEnd-stage kidney disease.
02$aSyndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone release.
02$aElectrolyte abnormalities in chronic kidney disease.
02$aHypercalcemia of malignancy.
02$aHypokalemia and hypomagnesemia.
02$aMetabolic acidosis.
02$aMetabolic alkalosis.
02$aAlzheimer's disease.
02$aMultiple sclerosis.
02$aComplex partial seizures.
02$aGeneralized tonic-clonic seizures.
02$aStatus epilepticus.
02$aAcute management of the brain injury patient.
02$aParkinson's disease.
02$aChronic pain management.
02$aAcute pain management.
02$aMigraine headache.
02$aAttention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.
02$aEating disorders: bulimia nervosa.
02$aAlcohol withdrawal.
02$aNicotine dependence.
02$aSchizophrenia.
02$aMajor depression.
02$aBipolar disorder.
02$aGeneralized anxiety disorder.
02$aObsessive-compulsive disorder.
02$aInsomnia.
02$aType 1 diabetes mellitus and ketoacidosis.
02$aType 2 diabetes mellitus: new onset.
02$aType 2 diabetes mellitus (existing disease).
02$aHyperthyroidism: Graves' Disease.
02$aHypothyroidism.
02$aCushing's syndrome.
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02$aAddison's disease.
02$aHyperprolactinemia.
02$aPregnancy and lactation.
02$aContraception.
02$aEmergency contraception.
02$aPremenstrual dysphoric disorder.
02$aEndometriosis.
02$aManaging menopausal symptoms.
02$aErectile dysfunction.
02$aBenign prostatic hyperplasia.
02$aUrinary incontinence.
02$aSystemic lupus erythematosus.
02$aAllergic drug reaction.
02$aSolid organ transplantation.
02$aOsteoporosis.
02$aRheumatoid arthritis.
02$aOsteoarthritis.
02$aGout and hyperuricemia.
02$aGlaucoma.
02$aAllergic rhinitis.
02$aCutaneous reaction to drugs.
02$aAcne vulgaris.
02$aPsoriasis.
02$aAtopic dermatitis.
02$aIron deficiency anemia.
02$aVitamin B12 deficiency.
02$aFolic acid deficiency.
02$aSickle cell anemia.
02$aUsing laboratory tests in infectious diseases.
02$aBacterial meningitis.
02$aAcute bronchitis.
02$aCommunity-acquired pneumonia.
02$aHospital-acquired pneumonia.
02$aOtitis media.
02$aRhinosinusitis.
02$aAcute pharyngitis.
02$aInfluenza.
02$aCellulitis.
02$aDiabetic foot infection.
02$aInfective endocarditis.
02$aTuberculosis.
02$aClostridium difficile Infection.
02$aIntra-abdominal Infection.
02$aLower urinary tract infection.
02$aPyelonephritis.
02$aPelvic inflammatory disease and other sexually transmitted infections.
02$aSyphilis.
02$aGenital herpes, gonococcal, and chlamydial infections.
02$aOsteomyelitis and septic arthritis.
02$aSepsis.
02$aDermatophytosis.
02$aBacterial vaginosis.
02$aCandida vaginitis.
02$aInvasive fungal infections.
02$aInfections in immunocompromised patients.
02$aAntimicrobial prophylaxis for surgery.
02$aPediatric immunization.
02$aAdult immunization.
02$aHIV infection.
02$aBreast cancer.
02$aNon-small cell lung cancer.
02$aColon cancer.
02$aProstate cancer.
02$aNon-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
02$aHodgkin lymphoma.
02$aOvarian cancer.
02$aAcute lymphocytic leukemia.
02$aChronic myelogenous leukemia.
02$aRenal cell carcinoma.
02$aMelanoma.
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02$aParenteral nutrition.
02$aAdult enteral nutrition.
02$aObesity.
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1 $aSperry, Morgan L.
1 $aWalters, Ryan W.
1 $aWensel, Terri.
1 $aWilson, James P.
02$aIntroduction to the concept of medication information.
02$aFormulating effective responses and recommendations: a structured approach.
02$aDrug information resources.
02$aLiterature evaluation I: controlled clinical trial evaluation.
02$aLiterature evaluation II: beyond the basics.
02$aPharmacoeconomics.
02$aEvidence-based clinical practice guidelines.
02$aApplication of statistical analysis in the biomedical sciences.
02$aProfessional writing.
02$aLegal aspects of drug information practice.
02$aEthical aspects of drug information practice.
02$aPharmacy and therapeutics committee.
02$aDrug evaluation monographs.
02$aQuality improvement and the medication use process.
02$aMedication misadventures I: adverse drug reactions and medication errors.
02$aMedication misadventures II: medication and patient safety.
02$aInvestigational drugs.
02$aPolicy development, project design, and implementation.
02$aDrug information in ambulatory care.
02$aDrug information and contemporary community pharmacy practice.
02$aDrug information education and training.
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02$aDrug receptors & pharmacodynamics.
02$aPharmacokinetics & pharmacodynamics: rational dosing & the time course of drug action.
02$aDrug biotransformation.
02$aDevelopment & regulation of drugs.
02$aIntroduction to autonomic pharmacology.
02$aCholinoceptor-activating & cholinesterase-inhibiting drugs.
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02$aIntroduction to the pharmacology of cns drugs.
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02$aAlcohols.
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02$aIntroduction to toxicology: occupational & environmental.
02$aHeavy metal intoxication & chelators.
02$aManagement of the poisoned patient.
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02$aSpecial aspects of geriatric pharmacology.
02$aDermatologic pharmacology.
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principles -- Gastrointestinal motility -- Transport & metabolic functions of the liver -Origin of the heartbeat & the electrical activity of the heart -- The heart as a pump -- Blood
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mechanisms -- Circulation through special regions -- Introduction to pulmonary structure and
mechanics -- Gas transport & pH -- Regulation of respiration -- Renal function & micturition - Regulation of extracellular fluid composition & volume -- Acidification of the urine &
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secondary, and tertiary care -- How health care is organized - II: health delivery systems -The health care workforce and the education of health professionals -- Painful versus painless
cost control -- Mechanisms for controlling costs -- Quality of health care -- Prevention of
illness -- Long-term care -- Medical ethics and rationing of health care -- Health care in
four nations -- Health care reform and national health insurance -- Conflict and change in
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adolescents -- Influenza, chemoprophylaxis -- Influenza, vaccination -- Motor vehicle injury,
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stent therapy -- Delirium -- Dementia -- Depression -- Diabetes mellitus, type 1 -- Diabetes
mellitus, type 2 -- Erectile dysfunction -- Glaucoma, chronic open angle -- Headache -- Heart
failure -- Hepatitis B virus -- Hepatitis C virus -- Hoarseness -- Human immunodeficiency
virus -- Hypertension -- Influenza -- Kidney disease, chronic -- Kidney stones -- Low back
pain -- Metabolic syndrome -- Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus -- Obesity
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assessment -- The care plan -- Follow-up evaluation -- Documentation in practice -- Acquiring
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medication management services -- The global perspective -- Standards of practice for
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505 0 $aIntroduction to biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics -- Mathematical fundamentals in
pharmacokinetics -- One-compartment open model: intravenous bolus administration -Multicompartment models: intravenous bolus administration -- Intravenous infusion -- Drug
elimination and clearance -- Pharmacokinetics of oral absorption -- Multiple-dosage regimens - Nonlinear pharmacokinetics -- Physiologic drug distribution and protein binding -- Drug
elimination and hepatic clearance -- Pharmacogenetics -- Physiologic factors related to drug
absorption -- Biopharmaceutic considerations in drug product design and in vitro drug product
performance -- Drug product performance, in vivo: bioavailability and bioequivalence -- Impact
of drug product quality and biopharmaceutics on clinical efficacy -- Modified-release drug
products -- Targeted drug delivery systems and biotechnological products -- Relationship
between pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics -- Application of pharmacokinetics to clinical
situations -- Dose adjustment in renal and hepatic disease -- Physiologic pharmacokinetic
models, mean residence time, and statistical moment theory -- Appendix A: statistics -Appendix B: applications of computers in pharmacokinetics -- Appendix C: solutions to
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02$aNervous system disorders.
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02$aCell structure.
02$aClassification of bacteria.
02$aGrowth, survival, & death of microorganisms.
02$aCultivation of microorganisms.
02$aMicrobial metabolism.
02$aMicrobial genetics.
02$aImmunology.
02$aPathogenesis of bacterial infection.
02$aNormal human microbiota.
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02$aNeisseriae.
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02$aLegionellae, bartonella, & unusual bacterial pathogens.
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02$aChlamydiae.
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02$aGeneral properties of viruses.
02$aPathogenesis & control of viral diseases.
02$aParvoviruses.
02$aAdenoviruses.
02$aHerpesviruses.
02$aPoxviruses.
02$aHepatitis viruses.
02$aPicornaviruses (enterovirus & rhinovirus groups).
02$aReoviruses, rotaviruses, & caliciviruses.
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02$aOrthomyxoviruses (influenza viruses).
02$aParamyxoviruses & rubella virus.
02$aCoronaviruses.
02$aRabies, slow virus infections, & prion diseases.
02$aHuman cancer viruses.
02$aAIDS & lentiviruses.
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$aBest, Brookie M.
$aBoell, Kendra.
$aBouldin, Marshall J.
$aBurzynski, Julianna.
$aBuys, Lucinda M.
$aCanales, Ann E.
$aCardell, Deborah L.
$aCarroll, C. Shannon.
$aChilton, Robert.
$aClark, Elizabeth C.
$aConde, Michelle V.
$aCoyle, Elizabeth A.
$aDale, Dana.
$aDean, Wendy S.
$aDeftos, Leonard J.
$aDuddleston, David N.
$aDunleavy, Alexandria A.
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$aErnst, Michael E.
$aFagan, Susan C.
$aFish, Douglas N.
$aGranberry, Mark C.
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$aRogers, Susan J.
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$aSchuna, Arthur A.
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$aSolbing, Ronald.
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02$aHeart failure.
02$aDiagnosis and management of chronic coronary heart disease.
02$aArrhythmias.
02$aHypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
02$aDyslipidemia.
02$aPeripheral arterial disease.
02$aAsthma management.
02$aManagement of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
02$aGastroesophageal reflux disease.
02$aPeptic ulcer disease.
02$aInflammatory bowel disease.
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02$aConstipation and diarrhea.
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02$aParkinson disease.
02$aPersistent pain.
02$aHeadache disorders.
02$aPharmacotherapy for Alzheimer's disease.
02$aDepression.
02$aAnxiety disorders.
02$aObstructive sleep apnea hypopnea syndrome.
02$aObesity.
02$aDiabetes mellitus management.
02$aMetabolic syndrome.
02$aThyroid gland disorders.
02$aContraception.
02$aMenopausal hormone therapy.
02$aErectile dysfunction.
02$aBenign prostatic hyperplasia.
02$aUrinary incontinence.
02$aOsteoporosis.
02$aRheumatoid arthritis.
02$aOsteoarthritis.
02$aGout.
02$aAllergic and nonallergic rhinitis.
02$aOtitis media and sinusitis.
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700 1 $aZgarrick, David P.
700 1 $aBelsey, Michelle.
700 1 $aBentley, John.
700 1 $aBonnarens, Joseph.
700 1 $aChui, Michelle A.
700 1 $aClark, Bartholomew E.
700 1 $aCohen, Edward.
700 1 $aCohen, Michael R.
700 1 $aDoucette, William.
700 1 $aFarmer, Kevin.
700 1 $aFarris, Karen B.
700 1 $aFelkey, Bill G.
700 1 $aGaither, Caroline A.
700 1 $aGettman, David A.
700 1 $aGiannetti, Vincent J.
700 1 $aGouveia, William A.
700 1 $aGrissinger, Matthew.
700 1 $aHammer, Dana P.
700 1 $aHarrison, Donald.
700 1 $aHoldford, David A.
700 1 $aLatif, David A.
700 1 $aMassaro, Frank.
700 1 $aMcDonough, Randal.
700 1 $aMosavin, Rashid.
700 1 $aSchumock, Glen T.
700 1 $aScott, Virginia G.
700 1 $aSnella, Kathleen.
700 1 $aThrower, Margaret R.
700 1 $aTice, Bradley P.
700 1 $aTipton, David J.
700 1 $aUrmie, Julie M.
700 1 $aWarholak, Terry L.
700 1 $aWest, Donna.
700 1 $aWilkin, Noel E.
700 1 $aWong, Godwin.
740 02$aPharmaceutical care as a management movement.
740 02$aManagement functions.
740 02$aStrategic planning in pharmacy operations.
740 02$aBusiness planning for pharmacy programs.
740 02$aGeneral operations management.
740 02$aManaging technology and pharmacy information systems.
740 02$aEnsuring quality in pharmacy operations.
740 02$aOrganizational structure and behavior.
740 02$aHuman resources management functions.
740 02$aPerformance appraisal systems.
740 02$aCustomer service.
740 02$aContemporary workplace issues.
740 02$aTime management/organizational skills.
740 02$aLeadership in pharmacy.
740 02$aFinancial reports.
740 02$aThird-party payer considerations.
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02$aMedicare part D.
02$aBudgeting.
02$aPersonal finance.
02$aMarketing theory.
02$aMarketing applications.
02$aPurchasing and inventory management.
02$aMerchandising.
02$aAppraising the need for value-added services.
02$aImplementing value-added pharmacy services.
02$aCompensation for value-added pharmacy services.
02$aEvaluating the outcomes of value-added pharmacy services.
02$aRisk management in contemporary pharmacy practice.
02$aCompliance with regulations and regulatory bodies.
02$aPreventing and managing medication errors: the pharmacist's role.
02$aEntrepreneurship.
02$aApplications in independent community pharmacy.
02$aApplications in chain community pharmacy.
02$aApplications in hospital pharmacy practice.
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