Anesthetic pharmacology / edited by Alex S. Evers, Mervyn Maze, Evan D. Kharasch. – 2nd ed. p. ; cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. Winner BMJ Book Prize Evers Maze’s beautifully illustrated text of pharmacology and physiology won the coveted BMJ Book Prize. Anesthetic Pharmacology: Physiologic Principles and Clinical Practice. A. S. Evers, M. Maze (editors). Published by Churchill Livingstone.
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In other cases, the clinical practice chapter contains even more scientific detail than the basic physiology chapter e. Looking for beautiful books? Pharmacologic Basis of Clinical Practice 32 chapters, pages.
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The division of part III into chapters based on specific drug uses also results in some repetition for drugs employed in multiple contexts. Louis, Missouriand Mervyn Maze, M. Forgot Password Forgot your password? We’re featuring millions everx their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.
There are some anomalies why when the aim is integration of physiology and pharmacology are there separate chapters in different parts of the book on renal function and diuretics; cardiac physiology and pharmacology; the treatment of pharmacokogy and myocardial protection; and neuromuscular physiology and neuromuscular blocking drugs and reversal agents? My own volume is already annotated with highlights that will be useful for both research and teaching.
However, these problems do not detract from the overall utility of the book.
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I await the second edition—with the expectation that the combination of pharmacologic science and clinical practice within anaesthesia will become the domain not just of the few interested aficionados, but of all clinicians and researchers alike. Hypothalamic Pituitary-Adrenal Axis Cardiovascular Pharmacology of Positive Inotropic Drugs If you do not receive an email in the next 24 hours, or if you misplace your new password, please contact: Referencing for most but not all chapters has been focused from onwards; the gestation time of this volume has meant that new advances have been added by some authors while others have not.
Phsrmacology reader of this book will notice my own contribution towards Chapter Sadly, some text and spelling errors appear; but these will no doubt be addressed in either the reprint edition that will soon be needed, or in the second edition.
The comments above relate as everx to that chapter as to others. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Physiologic Principles and Clinical Practice. Principles of Drug Biotransformation 5. The new textbook Anesthetic Pharmacology: Antimotility and Antisecretory Agents With so many authors, there is less cohesion and more repetition than in a single-authored text; however, the excellent breadth and detail of this book could only be accomplished with the outstanding team of experts assembled by the editors.
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Section III presents clinical pharmacology by drug classification e. This represents a fine start to what we fully anticipate will become the classic text on pharmacology and physiology as they relate to the practice of anesthesiology. There is a uniform feel throughout the book; each chapter evets the same basic outline and is subdivided into sections on Mechanisms of Action, Clinical Pharmacology, Adverse Effects, Practical Aspects of Drug Use, and Dosage and Administration.
It certainly deserves a place in every anesthesia departmental library and is highly recommended for those interested in staying on the leading edge of the specialty. Having said that, this is a book that will NOT be read from cover-to-cover by the majority of anaesthetists and clinicians unless they are examiners seeking minutiae for the exceptional candidate! Barbiturates, Etomidate, Propofol, Ketamine, Steroids I particularly recommend this book to trainees.
The chapters on the principles of drug action covering pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic principles; signal transduction; drug biotransformation; pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics; common pharmacodynamic drug interactions and ways of interpreting these interactions are dealt with in a manner of clarity not seen in most other volumes; these should be considered a MUST before the FRCA examinations.
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