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Pharmacology I, II, III, IV: Subcourses MD0804, MD0805, MD0806, MD0807;…

by Mindy J. Allport-Settle

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This volume is essential for any life science field subject to government regulation. It is required material for many regulatory affairs and clinical trial professionals in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industry. The United States Army is recognized internationally as the standard for complete, efficient and effective adult education. The Army has a tradition of pioneering training systems that then transition into the corporate civilian sector. This manual has been continuously tested and updated to successfully educate every member of the modern United States Army Medical Department (AMEDD). The manuals and course materials combined in this book provide complete, easily understandable, and well-planned learning tools for both military and civilian students. Complete with exercises and answer keys for each lesson. Included Documents and Features: Pharmacology I 1. Professional References in Pharmacy 2. Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology Important to Pharmacology 3. Introduction to Pharmacology 4. Local Anesthetic Agents 5. The Central Nervous System 6. Agents Used During Surgery 7. Sedative and Hypnotic Agents 8. Anticonvulsant Agents 9. Psychotherapeutic Agents 10. Central Nervous System (CNS) Stimulants 11. Narcotic Agents ANNEX A. Drug Pronunciation Guide Pharmacology II 1. Dermatological Agents 2. The Human Muscular System 3. Skeletal Muscle Relaxants 4. Analgesic, Anti-Inflammatory, and Antigout Agents 5. Review of Ocular and Auditory Anatomy and Physiology 6. Review of the Autonomic Nervous System 7. Adrenergic Agents 8. Adrenergic Blocking Agents 9. Cholinergic Agents 10. Cholinergic Blocking Agents (Anticholinergic Agents) Pharmacology III 1. The Respiratory System and Respiratory System Drugs 2. The Human Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Systems 3. Cardiac Drugs 4. Vasodilator Drugs 5. Drugs Acting on the Hematopoietic System 6. The Human Urogenital Systems 7. Antihypertensive Agents 8. Diuretic and Antidiuretic Agents 9. Toxicology and Poison Control Pharmacology IV 1. The Human Digestive System 2. Antacids and Digestants 3. Emitics, Antiemetics, and Antidiarrheals 4. Cathartics 5. Fluid and Electrolyte Therapy 6. Review of the Endocrine System 7. Thyroid, Antithyroid, and Parathyroid Preparations 8. Reproductive Hormones and Oral Contraceptives 9. Adrenocortical Hormones 10. Insulin and the Oral Hypoglycemic Agents 11. Oxytocics and Ergot Alkaloids

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