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Principles of Clinical Pharmacology eBooks

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Principles of Clinical Pharmacology is a successful survey overlaying the pharmacologic principles underlying the individualization of patient therapy and contemporary drug development. This important reference continues to focus on the fundamentals of scientific pharmacology for the event, analysis, and medical use of pharmaceutical merchandise whereas also addressing the newest advances in the field. Written by main experts in academia, business, medical and regulatory settings, the third edition has been completely updated to offer readers with a perfect reference covering the wide range of necessary matters impacting medical pharmacology because the discipline plays an more and more vital function in drug growth and regulatory science.
* Consists of new chapters on imaging and the pharmacogenetic basis of opposed drug reactions. * Affords an expanded regulatory section that addresses US and worldwide issues and guidelines. * Gives extended coverage of earlier chapters on transporters, pharmacogenetics and biomarkers and likewise illustrates the impact of gender on drug response. * Presents a broadened dialogue of scientific trials from Section 1 to include Phases II and III.

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