This book helps you to learn the essential principles of pharmacotherapy and how they apply to today's healthcare. It includes content derived from Pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiologic Approach, 8e, the field's most respected reference. It features chapters will be peer-reviewed by both nurse practitioners and pharmacy professors; easy-to-follow disorder-based organization surveys the full range of organ system disorders treated in pharmacy practice. An online learning center includes self-assessment questions and answers. Pharmacotherapy Principles & Practice, Fourth Edition uses a solid evidence-based approach to teach you how to design, implement, monitor, and evaluate medication therapy. This trusted text provides everything you need to gain an in-depth understanding of the underlying principles of the pharmacotherapy of disease-and their practical application. In order to be as clinically relevant as possible, the disease states and treatments discussed focus on disorders most often seen in clinical practice, and laboratory values are expressed as both conventional units and SI units. Importantly, all chapters were written or reviewed by pharmacists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and physicians widely recognized as authorities in their fields. Pharmacotherapy Principles & Practice, Fourth Edition opens with an introductory chapter followed by chapters on pediatrics, geriatrics, and palliative care. The remainder of the text consists of ninety-eight disease-based chapters that review etiology, epidemiology, pathophysiology, and clinical presentation, followed by therapeutic recommendations for drug selection, dosing, and patient monitoring.
Author: Marie A. Chisholm-Burns, Terry L. Schwinghammer, Barbara G. Wells, Patrick M. Malone,
Publication Date: 20 Apr 2016
Edition: 4th Revised Edition
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