Introduction to Clinical Pharmacology: From Symptoms to Treatment
This textbook is built around patient presentation, advancing from symptoms through diagnosis to treatment as anticipated in clinical practice. As a result, this textbook provides concise, focused information on pharmacological treatments and mechanisms of action related to specific symptoms and patient presentation. Each chapter is followed by relevant cases and questions with answers and detailed explanations. The book will be of use to medical, pharmacy, pharmacology and physiology students, practicing physicians and pharmacists, and pre-medical students preparing for a Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) in the United States and similar tests offered in other countries. The readers are given a guided presentation of how practicing physicians think when facing symptoms and determining treatments.
Victor Uteshev was trained as a physiologist (PhD, University of Toronto, Canada) and a neuro-pharmacologist (postdoctoral, University of Florida, USA). He is Vice President for Discovery Sciences at Epigen Biosciences, USA and Section Editor for Current Pharmaceutical Design. His research is focused on treatments for ischemic and traumatic brain injury and neuroinflammation.
Daniel Llano is Associate Professor of Molecular and Integrative Physiology at the University of Illinois, USA. He obtained his MD and PhD at the University of Illinois, USA. He completed his neurology residency at Massachusetts General/Brigham, USA, and postdoctoral study at the University of Chicago, USA. He has won several teaching awards, including the “Golden Apple”.
Edward C Shadiack III, DO, MPH is Clinical Consult Lead Physician at the US Veterans Health Administration’s War Related Illness and Injury Study Center. He completed residencies in family medicine, occupational and environmental medicine, and osteopathic neuromusculoskeletal medicine, and fellowships in mitochondria medicine and war-related illness.
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