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Basic & Clinical Pharmacology 10th edition
by Bertram G. Katzung, Bertram Katzung
1088 pages McGraw-Hill Medical;
The most current, authoritative, and comprehensive pharmacology book for medical, pharmacy, and other health science students. Widely respected for its clarity, comprehensiveness, and organization, this pharmacology course book presents the essential concepts that students need to know about the science of pharmacology and their application. Focuses on the basic principles of each drug group as well as the clinical choice and use of drugs in patients and the monitoring of their effects.
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Basic & Clinical Pharmacology 9th ed
2004 pdf format (Size, mb: 9.417)
by Bertram G. Katzung, Bertram Katzung
1088 pages McGraw-Hill Medical; 9 edition
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Book Description
Students and faculty alike have attested to the extraordinary success rate of the Lippincott's Illustrated Reviewsthe unparalleled review texts that clarify the essentials students need to know for the Boards through an easy-to-use outline format and illustration program. Now, the Pharmacology review has been updated and enhanced to ensure that students fully master the most current information.Designed and edited by top educators, the book helps the student tie together the visual and cognitive elements of learning for superior recognition and recall. More than 500 pictures and diagrams, carefully crafted to complement and amplify the text, are completely integrated with the text. Board-type questions, with detailed explanations of the answers, are included with each chapter. This new Second Edition also includes a series of illustrated case studies. A unique Infolink cross-referencing system between the Pharmacology and Biochemistry volumes of this series enables students to interrelate the two disciplines. This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Book Info
Study guide providing more illustrations than previous edition, c1992. This is a 'Millenium Update' of the c1997 version. Cross-referenced to Harvey and Champe's Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews: Biochemistry, 2nd edition.

Introductory Clinical Pharmacology
ISBN: 0781736978
Author: Bonnie J. Smith Sally S. Roach
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Publication Date: 2003-06-01
Number Of Pages: 256
Book Description
this superb study guide reviews in detail each critical area of nursing pharmacology, and helps you define your role in the safe and effective administration of today's most commonly used agents
Book Info
Study companion to the textbook reviews each critical area of nursing pharmacology, and helps students to define their role in the safe and effective administration of commonly used agents. Previous edition: c2000. Three-hole punched with perforated pages.

Annual Review of Pharmacology and Toxicology 2003

Annual Review of Pharmacology and Toxicology 2004

Annual Review of Pharmacology and Toxicology 2005
Arthur K. Cho (Editor), Terrence F. Blaschke (Editor), Paul A. Insel (Editor), Horace H. Loh (Editor)
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Chemistry of Drugs and Poisons

Pharmacology : Special Millennium Update (Size, mb: 11.317)

Pharmaceutical Experimental Design (Drugs & the Pharmaceutical Sciences)
by Gareth A. Lewis, D. Mathieu, Roger Tan Luu Phan
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Handbook of Clinical Drug Data
ISBN: 0071363629
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(Mark S. Wallace, MD, Peter S. Staats, MD, MBA, McGraw-Hill 2005)
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Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Encyclopedia, by Marshall Sittig (approx. 1300 pharmaceuticals) , p.1756
ISBN: 0815511442 , Format pdf
52 mb , Volumes 1-2 (2nd Edition)

The Complete Drug Reference
Book Description
Healthcare professionals around the world turn to Martindale when they need accurate, up-to-date information on the safe and effective use of drugs and medicines. They know every entry is carefully compared against the latest peer-reviewed studies and guidelines from expert bodies
Book Info
Provides practical pharmacists and physicians with unbiased, evaluated data on drugs and medicines used throughout the world. Part one contains 4,293 monographs, part two contains 852 short monographs, and part three contains proprietary preparations from a range of countries. System requires: 32MB RAM, 8MB free space, and Internet. Book alone listed in approval week 2002-23.
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British National Formulary
The BNF is an independent professional publication that is kept up-to-date and which addresses the day-to-day prescribing information needs of health care professionals. Use of this resource throughout the health service helps to ensure that medicines are used safely, effectively and appropriately.

The British National Formulary (BNF), provides UK health care professionals with authoritative and practical information on the selection and clinical use of medicines.
About the BNF
The BNF is a joint publication of the British Medical Association and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. It is published under the authority of a Joint Formulary Committee which comprises representatives of the two professional bodies and of the UK Health Departments. The Dental Formulary Subcommittee oversees the preparation of advice relating to the drug management of dental and oral conditions; the Subcommittee includes representatives of the British Dental Association.
The BNF aims to provide prescribers, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals with sound up-to-date information about the use of medicines.

The BNF provides ready access to key information on the selection, prescribing, dispensing and administration of medicines. Medicines that are generally prescribed in the UK are covered and those considered less suitable for prescribing are clearly identified. Little or no information is included on medicines promoted for purchase by the public.
Basic information about drugs is drawn from the manufacturers' product literature, medical and pharmaceutical literature, regulatory and professional authorities, and data used for pricing prescriptions. Advice on the choice and use of medicines is constructed from clinical literature and reflects, as far as possible, an evaluation of the evidence from diverse sources. The advice also takes account of authoritative national guidelines. In addition, the Joint Formulary Committee receives expert clinical advice on all therapeutic areas in tune with current best evidence; this ensures that the BNF's recommendations are relevant to practice. Many individuals and organisations contribute towards the preparation of each edition of the BNF.
The BNF is designed as a digest for rapid reference and it may not always include all the information necessary for prescribing and dispensing. Also, less detail is given on areas such as obstetrics, malignant disease, and anaesthesia since it is expected that those undertaking treatment will have specialist knowledge and access to specialist literature. The BNF should be interpreted in light of professional knowledge and supplemented as necessary by specialised publications and by reference to the product literature. Information is also available from medicines information services.
Biannual publication allows the BNF to reflect promptly changes in product availability as well as emerging safety concerns and shifts in clinical practice. The more important changes for this edition are listed under Significant changes. The current edition must always be used for making clinical decisions.
How the BNF is put together
The British National Formulary is a joint publication of the British Medical Association and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. It is under continuous revision and a new edition is produced in March and September each year for distribution primarily to doctors and pharmacists working for the National Health Service and to all NHS hospitals.

The BNF has its roots in the health insurance formularies of the 1930s. Following the outbreak of the Second World War these were united into a National War Formulary, which provided formulas incorporating substitutes for scarce, imported ingredients.
The first BNF proper was produced in 1949 following the inception of the NHS. Coverage in the early BNFs was highly selective and by the time the last of these had been produced (for the period 1976-78) a need had been detected for a more comprehensive formulary incorporating a much wider range of preparations while still providing informed advice on their relative merits. A new style of BNF was therefore designed to respond to these needs. Whereas the old BNF had been selective and was revised every two-and-a-half years, this new BNF would be comprehensive with a new edition every six months. The first of the current style of BNFs was published in 1981.
Today, the BNF is an up-to-date pocket book, for rapid reference by practising healthcare professionals, which encourages sensible, cost-effective and safe use of medicines. It is also an educational tool for medical and pharmacy students. A Dental Practitioners' Formulary and a Nurse Prescribers' Formulary are available to cater for the special requirements of these prescribers
Joint Formulary Committee
The Joint Formulary Committee is responsible for the content of the BNF. Doctors and pharmacists on the Committee (nominated by the British Medical Association, the Department of Health and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain) decide on matters of policy and review amendments to the BNF in the light of new evidence and expert advice. The Committee meets quarterly and each member also receives proofs of all BNF chapters before publication, for review.

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Pharmacotherapy, an Issue of Critical Care Clinics First Edition
By Stephen Martin, PharmD , Joseph Dasta, MS
Hardcover: 240 pages
Publisher: W.B. Saunders Company (April 2006)
ISBN: 1416035168
Author: Stephen J. Martin, Joseph F. Dasta
Format: PDF Size: 1.6M
Comprehensive, state-of-the-art reviews by experts in the field provide current, practical information on the management of intensive care patients. Each issue of Critical Care Clinics focuses on a single topic relevant to your interest, including trauma, blood transfusions, pediatric critical care, geriatric critical care, acute cardiac care, oncology, sedation and analgesia, and ARDS. This particular issues focuses on pharmacotherapy, an area where being current is imperative!

Treating Drug Problems
“This volume on drug problems is excellent…powerful and compelling…” (PsycCRITIQUES, 8th February 2005)
Book Description
Part of the new Treating Addictions series, Treating Drug Problems is full of practical information on assessing, diagnosing, and treating drug problems, and represents an invaluable tool for anyone who works with clients experiencing drug dependence or addiction. The popular series format includes assessment scales; tables, checklists, and diagrams; features such as "Dos and Don'ts" and "Important Things to Remember"; problem-solving scenarios; "Self-Improvement Techniques"; and suggested resources, including an annotated bibliography and lists of contacts such as self-help groups, residential and outpatient treatment programs, support groups, and websites.
Paperback: 316 pages
Publisher: Wiley (March 3, 2005)
ISBN: 0471484830
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Principles and Practice of Pharmaceutical Medicine
Book Information:
Andrew J. Fletcher Lionel / D. Edwards Anthony / W. Fox Peter / D. Stonier, «Principles and Practice of Pharmaceutical Medicine»
John Wiley & Sons | ISBN 0471986550 | August 2002 | PDF | 538 Pages | 3,78 Mb Approx .
Book review:
This is an international guide to all areas of drug development and medical aspects of marketing. Both the regulatory and scientific aspects of the speciality of pharmaceutical medicine have evolved rapidly in recent years and Principles and Practice of Pharmaceutical Medicine assesses the current status of the field as well as giving some prospectus of how things may develop in the future. provides a refresher for the expert and an essential foundation for the novice outlines an academic framework for good practice This is an excellent source of information for all those practising pharmaceutical medicine - pharmaceutical physicians, regulatory physicians, clinical researchers, marketing executives, research nurses. It covers essential information for those studying for diplomas in pharmaceutical medicine and related fields and for specialists fulfilling requirements for continuing medical education. Includes: Overview of Pharmaceutical Medicine Pharmaceutical medicine as a medical speciality What pharmaceutical medicine is and who does it Competency-based training system for clinical research staff Drug Discovery and Development Pharmaceutics Informed consent Good Clinical Practices Drug Registration US Regulations Japanese Regulations Ethnic Issues in Drug Registration Medical Services Drug Surveillance Publishing Clinical Trials Legal and Ethical Aspects Pharmaceutical product liability Patents Business Aspects Financial Principles of clinical trials Third World Multinational Corporations .

Drug Abuse Handbook
"A large portion of my forty years in the forensic field has been spent in drug identification. Please encourage Dr. Karch to keep up his good work as he is filling voids in most of our libraries." -Letter from George M. Taft, Jr., Director, Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory, Anchorage, Alaska "…it covers, in depth and breadth, a veritable cornucopia of relevant aspects relating to this important area of study. …Virtually no stone is left unturned. This is the most comprehensive volume I have ever had the pleasure of reading." - Joseph Horvat, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah, in Science Books and Films
Book Description
This is the Handbook that professionals who deal with problems related to drugs and drug abuse have been waiting for. The impressive list of more than 80 contributors, each experts and leaders in their field, testifies to the importance of this outstanding new handbook. The volume contains detailed discussions of drug-related issues in criminalistics, pathology, and toxicology. Impairment testing and the pharmacokinetics of abused drugs are examined in detail, as is the field of workplace drug testing, the use of alternate testing matrices, drugs in sports, addiction medicine, and drug-related medical emergencies. The Handbook focuses on the most urgent drug abuse-related problems of today An entire section is devoted to alcohol abuse, including a scientific appraisal of the most common drunk driving defenses, complete with sample calculations. Problems of postmortem toxicology are thoroughly detailed and an appendix lists key references for the most widely used analytic methods. An in-depth analysis of legal questions, including fetal rights and workplace testing Examination of the principles of addiction medicine and how doctors handle substance abuse problems A section addressing drug use by athletes, including a summary of current Olympic Committee Regulations regarding substance use and the latest information on detecting abuse of Human Growth Hormone and Erythropoietin Whether you are approaching the issue of drug abuse from a medical, psychological, toxicological, or legal perspective, the Drug Abuse Handbook is the most authoritative and complete resource available.

Washington Manual of Medical Therapeutics" (31st edition)
Established for over 40 years as the Bible of the medical ward. Now in its Thirty-First Edition - updated up to the moment of publishing to put current, accurate dosages and evidence-based patient management recommendations at your fingertips.
Book Info
Washington Univ. School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO. Brandon/Hill Medical List minimal-core, first-purchase selection (#336). Offer practical information for inpatient, outpatient, and office medical care. Features new data on infectious disease. Outline format. Previous edition: c2001. Wire-spiral binding, softcover also available.

Drug Regimen Compliance
*Editor(s): *Jean-Michel Métry, Urs A. Meyer
*Print ISBN:* 0471971227 *Online ISBN:* 047084633X
Copyright (c) 1999 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd
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A patient's non-compliance with drug regimens can render drugs ineffective.
This not only causes problems for the patient but also large costs for
health services. Despite a renewed interest in the subject over the past few
years, there is still a dearth of new ideas and perspectives. This volume is
written in response to this lack, and seeks to:&UL;
  • Address key topics, such as regulatory issues and the role of
compliance in clinical care&LI;
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*Drug Regimen Compliance: Issues in Clinical Trials and Patient
Management*provides the basis for future steps in improving patient
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be invaluable to pharmacologists, toxicologists, pharmaco-epidemiologists,
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Bacterial Resistance to Antimicrobials
by Kim Lewis
495 pages
a.. Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional; 7 edition
.easy to read and manageable..a useful reference book.. ".a comprehensive and straightforward guide
Book Description
This book covers methods used by bacteria to develop resistance to antimicrobial agents and describes concepts that can be applied to create effective antibiotics and strategies to minimise the emergence and global spread of resistant strains. This book will be of interest to microbiologists, virologists, pharmacists, public health officials, infectious disease specialists, organic and medicinal chemists as well as advanced undergraduate and graduate students.
Focuses on combating bacterial pathogens by understanding their strategies of defense!

Each chapter begins with a summary of concepts, so those not actively working in the field gain an overall picture of what follows!
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Physicians' Drug Manual 2005

Goodman & Gilman's
The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics
by Joel Griffith Hardman, Lee E. Limbird, Alfred G. Gilman
1825 pages McGraw-Hill Professional; 10 edition
with figures and graphics
As the most comprehensive of all the pharmacology textbooks, this edition continues the excellent tradition of this icon in pharmacology. It is the "gold standard" of pharmacology texts, and is often affectionately referred to by pharmacologists as the "bible." "4 Stars"
11th edition
89 MB

Drug formulaion

Clinical Drug Therapy_Rationales for Nursing Practice, 7th Edition - Anne Collins Abrams

Pocket Guide to Drug Interactions, Second Edition
Dialysis patients are commonly treated with 10 or more prescription medications. These complex regimens increase the risk for drug interactions. This guide presents tabular information about the most clinically significant potential drug interactions. It provides brief information about the potential effect of an interaction, together with suggested management.
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Modern Pharmacology With Clinical Applications 6e
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins | ISBN 0781737621 | 2003 Year | PDF | 16,4 Mb | 824 Pages
The Sixth Edition of this updated and comprehensive textbook is designed to be used during a single semester, the book focuses on the clinical application of drugs within a context of the major principles of pharmacology. It is designed to serve students in medicine, osteopathy, dentistry, pharmacy and advanced nursing, as well as undergraduate students.
15.376 mb

AHFS Drug Information 2004
Author: Gerald K. McEvoy (Editor), Jane Miller (Editor), Kathy Litvak (Editor)
pages: 3752 pages
Publisher: Amer Soc Health-System Pharmacists
ISBN: 1585280585
31.52 MB

Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients
Development, Manufacturing, and Regulation
ISBN: 082470293X
Number Of Pages: 368
Focusing on the three most critical components that successfully bring an API to market-process development, manufacturing, and governmental regulation and approval-this reference serves as a step-by-step guide to the planning and clear understanding of the bulk manufacturing of APIs. It offers current and timely discussions of the process development cycle, design engineering, the approval process, quality control and assurance, and validation, as well as plant manufacturing activities.

Validation Standard Operating Procedures
A Step by Step Guide for Achieving Compliance in the Pharmaceutical, Medical Device, and Biotech Industries

Pages: 496 pages, ISBN: 1574443313, Size:2.1 Mb
One of the most common reasons so many new drug, medical device, or equipment applications are rejected each year by the FDA is the failure to properly develop and document plans and procedures. This is required of both U.S. and foreign companies wishing to market their products in the United States. The lack of well defined validation standard operating procedures may result in adverse FDA findings, recalls, and heavy financial losses. Key FDA guidelines on good manufacturing practice (GMP), good laboratory practice (GLP), and validation do not describe exactly how to develop a master validation plan, how to achieve compliance, or the standard operating procedures and documentation required. This text provides the required validation standard operating procedures and documentation necessary for achieving compliance in the pharmaceutical industry. The text and CD are designed to minimize workload and optimize time, money, and resources. A comprehensive when-and-how-to-do-it guide, Validation Standard Operating Procedures provides the needed administrative solutions and guidance for achieving compliance with FDA requirements, and for obtaining authorization to market products in the United States.

Good Manufacturing Practices for Pharmaceuticals
A Plan for Total Quality Control from Manufacturer to Consumer, 5th edition
Sidney H. Wig, ISBN:0824704258
Pages 752 , Size: 8Mb
Highlighting key issues and differences among GMPs of Europe, Canada, and the WHO, this reference examines US law and governmental policy affecting domestic and multinational pharmaceutical manufacturing. The book recommend pragmatic ways to interpret and comply with FDA CGMP regulation and related criteria. They focus on geographical redistribution of

manufacturing facilities, accommodation of a diversity of regulatory and statutory governance, adaptation to disparate human resources, and new growth areas of manufacture and distribution of homeopathic remedies and dietary supplements

Handbook of Food-Drug Interactions
edited by Beverly J. McCabe, Eric H. Frankel and
Jonathan J. Wolfe
567 pages, size: 3,8 Mb
* Presents basic concepts, terminology, and clinical issues to promote effective communication across discipline lines
* Identifies new foods, supplements, and ethnic dishes that may contribute significantly to food-drug interactions
* Explores specific topics such as diseases, disorders, and lifestyle choices
* Provides practical models and tools for learning, planning, and implementing programs to prevent interactions
* Includes appendices that provide a quick reference for important values, formulas, patient assessment and education tools

Handbook of Food-Drug Interactions is an interdisciplinary guide to the prevention and correction of negative food-drug interactions. Rather than simply list potential food-drug interactions, this book provides explanations and gives specific recommendations based on the frequency and severity of reactions.
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A to Z Drug Facts (A to Z Drug Facts, 4th ed)
ISBN: 1574391321
Author: David S. Tatro / Facts and Comparisons
Publisher: Facts and Comparisons
Summary: Annual pocket-sized reference presents the newest FDA approvals, latest indications, dosages, side effects, and patient care considerations. Includes current data on more than 3,000 drugs. RX, over-the-counter, and investigational and orphan drugs are also included as well as

Antiviral Drug Discovery for Emerging Diseases and Bioterrorism Threats
Sidney Homer and Richard Sylla
Paul F. Torrence (Editor),
Wiley-Interscience | ISBN 0471668273 | August 3, 2005 | 420 Pages | PDF 6,14 Mb

Handbook of Psychiatric Drugs - 2005
Author: Lawrence J., M.D. Albers / Rhoda K., M.D. Hahn / Christopher, M.D. Reist
pages: 110 pages
Publisher: Current Clinical Strategies Pub
ISBN: 1929622619
Format: PDF
Size: 300 KB Approx
This compact handbook features dosage, side effect, and drug interaction information for all psychiatric drugs. It includes information that is useful to the psychiatrist, internist, and student - Current Clinical Strategies - Handbook of Psychiatric Drugs.rar

“CRC Handbook of Medicinal Spices”
James A. Duke (Editor), Mary Jo Bogenschutz-Godwin (Editor), Judi Ducellier (Editor) and Peggy-Ann K. Duke (Illustrator),
CRC Press | ISBN 0849312795 | September

Handbook of Herbs and Spices
K. V. Peter (Editor), (2 Volume Set)
CRC Press | ISBN 0849312175 | September, 2001 | 5,64 Mb | 640 Pages
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Chemistry of Drugs and Poison

Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychopharmacology 3rd edition (April 15,
2001): by Wayne Hugomd Green, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, O.P. Green

Pharmaceutical Substances
Size: 59.9 Mb Pages: 2388 Format: PDF
Pharmacology, 5th Edition
Author: H. P. Rang / M. M. Dale / J. M. Ritter / P. K. Moore
pages: 797 pages
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone
ISBN: 0443071454
Size: 41 Mb Approx
Publication Date: July 2003, 5th Edition
This highly acclaimed textbook is a worldwide bestseller, recognized for its emphasis on the mechanisms by which drugs act at the cellular and molecular levels and how that relates to their overall pharmacological effects and clinical uses. The 5th Edition includes four new chapters, a reorganized and expanded section on treatments for infections and cancer, and thorough updates throughout that explore new treatments and advances in molecular biology that may lead to future therapeutic options for cancer, HIV infection, osteoporosis, neurodegenerative disorders, erectile dysfunction, obesity, diabetes, atherosclerosis, cardiac failure, and more.
User-friendly features include:
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reviews of relevant physiology and biochemistry
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and new "small print" sections that separate the more complex material from the main discussion thread in each chapter, leaving the depth of coverage to the reader's discretion.
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Drug-Membrane Interactions
Analysis, Drug Distribution, Modeling Methods and Principles in Medicinal Chemistry, Volume 15
by Joachim K. Seydel, Michael Wiese, Raimund Mannhold, Hugo Kubinyi, Gerd Folkers
367 pages Publisher: Wiley-VCH; 1st edition
Barrier, reservoir, target site - those are but some of the possible functions of biological lipid membranes in the complex interplay of drugs with the organism. A detailed knowledge of lipid membranes and of the various modes of drug-membrane interaction is therefore the prerequisite for a better understanding of drug action. Many of today's pharmaceuticals are amphiphilic or catamphiphilic, enabling them to interact with biological membranes.
Crucial membrane properties are surveyed and techniques to elucidate drug-membrane interactions presented, including computer-aided predictions. Effects of membrane interaction on drug action and drug distribution are discussed, and numerous examples are given.
This unique reference volume builds on the authors' long experience in the study of drug-membrane interaction. Recommended reading for everyone involved in pharmaceutical research.
Book Info
Reference builds on the authors' experience in the study of drug-membrane interaction. Membrane properties are surveyed and techniques to elucidate drug-membrane interactions are presented, including computer-aided predictions. Expanded-outline format.
Barrier, reservoir, target site - those are but some of the possible functions of biological lipid membranes in the complex interplay of drugs with the organism. A detailed knowledge of lipid membranes and of the various modes of drug-membrane interaction is therefore the prerequisite for a better understanding of drug action. Many of today's pharmaceuticals are amphiphilic or catamphiphilic, enabling them to interact with biological membranes.
Crucial membrane properties are surveyed and techniques to elucidate drug-membrane interactions presented, including computer-aided predictions. Effects of membrane interaction on drug action and drug distribution are discussed, and numerous examples are given.
This unique reference volume builds on the authors' long experience in the study of drug-membrane interaction. Recommended reading for everyone involved in pharmaceutical research.

Pharmaceutical Substances: Syntheses, Patents, Applications
by Axel Kleemann, Jurgen Engel
2286 pages Thieme Medical Publishers; 3rd edition
Book Description
...the new exapanded edition of the famous "Pharmazeutische Wirkstoffe", now in English...more than 2100 compounds of utmost interest and significance for researchers in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry...uses INN standard.

MedFacts:Pocket Guide of Drug Interactions 2nd ed
Dialysis patients are commonly treated with 10 or more prescription medications. These complex regimens increase the risk for drug interactions. This guide presents tabular information about the most clinically significant potential drug interactions. It provides brief information about the potential effect of an interaction, together with suggested management.

Burger's Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery
by Donald J. Abraham (Editor)
5568 pages Wiley-Interscience; 6 edition
This new sixth edition of Burgers Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery offers several new and unique features. For the first time, an online version of this major reference work will offer updated content from the print edition and easy access. For the first time, all volumes are structured entirely according to content and published simultaneously to provide broad coverage of medicinal chemistry and drug discovery for new or experienced medicinal chemists, biologists, pharmacologists and molecular biologists. This includes a current and global perspective of drug design, and drug development. With expanded content from 69 chapters to over 100 chapters, this sixth edition of Burgers Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery includes more than 50ew material. An entire section has been dedicated to cancer research. Areas included are those at the foreground of life science including: Proteomics Genomics Bioinformatics Combinatorial Chemistry High-Throughput Screening Blood Substitutes Allosteric Effectors as Potential Drugs COX Inhibitors Statins High-Throughput Pharmacology and More. The new sixth edition of Burgers Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery is a Memorial Edition to Professor Alfred Burger who published this major reference work in the first edition as "Medicinal Chemistry" in two volumes in 1951. Dr. Burgers research focused on analgesics, antidepressants and chemotherapeutic agents. He is one of the few academicians to have a drug, designed and synthesized in his laboratories and brought to market. Dr. Burgers contribution to the fields of medicinal chemistry and drug discovery are well renowned and documented. He received the Louis Pasteur Medal of the Pasteur Institute and the American Chemical Society Smissman Award.

Bacterial Resistance to Antimicrobials
by Kim Lewis
495 pages
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional; 7 edition
Book Description
This book covers methods used by bacteria to develop resistance to antimicrobial agents and describes concepts that can be applied to create effective antibiotics and strategies to minimise the emergence and global spread of resistant strains. This book will be of interest to microbiologists, virologists, pharmacists, public health officials, infectious disease specialists, organic and medicinal chemists as well as advanced undergraduate and graduate students.
Focuses on combating bacterial pathogens by understanding their strategies of defense!
Each chapter begins with a summary of concepts, so those not actively working in the field gain an overall picture of what follows!
Highlights antibiotic resistance in pathogens that poses the greatest threat to human health!
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Psychopharmacology (Fourth Edition)
Published Online: *28 Dec 2004
*Author(s): *René Spiegel
Copyright (c) 2003 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd
The fourth edition of this highly successful book incorporates the latest
developments in the rapidly expanding field of psychopharmacology. It
provides an overview of today's psychopharmaceuticals, their therapeutic
uses, adverse effects and limitations. An account of the history of
psychopharmacology is followed by detailed descriptions of current research
in animals and humans aimed at developing even more effective and safe
medications. Concepts of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, including
so-called mechanisms of action of psychopharmaceuticals, are explained.
Advanced techniques such as SPECT, PET and fMRI and their uses in
psychopharmacology research are described. The book also provides a critical
discussion of the relationship between drug-based and non-drug therapies for
mental disorders and addresses economic aspects of psychopharmacology.
The author is a senior industrial psychopharmacologist and academic teacher
at the Universities of Basel and Fribourg (Switzerland). Contributions to
this book were made by clinicians, specialists in animal pharmacology,
clinical research, neuroimaging and pharmacoeconomics to ensure a fully
current coverage of these topics.
*Reviews of the third edition:*
"This book should be read by all psychopharmacologists working with humans
or animals. They will learn about the origins of their subject and will
almost certainly enjoy the personal style. It would also appeal to
scientific psychiatrists." —David Nutt, *The British Journal of Psychiatry*

Computer Applications in Pharmaceutical Research and Development
ISBN: 0471737798
Author: Sean Ekins
Publisher: Wiley-Interscience
Publication Date: 2006-06-30
Number Of Pages: 805
Book review:
A unique, holistic approach covering all functions and phases of pharmaceutical research and development While there are a number of texts dedicated to individual aspects of pharmaceutical research and development, this unique contributed work takes a holistic and integrative approach to the use of computers in all phases of drug discovery, development, and marketing.
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Drug Bioavailability
Estimation of Solubility, Permeability, Absorption and Bioavailability
(Methods and Principles in Medicinal Chemistry)
The peroral application (swallowing) of a medicine means that the body must first resorb the active substance before it can begin to take effect. The efficacy of drug uptake depends on the one hand on the chemical characteristics of the active substance, above all on its solubility and membrane permeability. On the other hand, it is determined by the organism's ability to absorb pharmaceuticals by way of specific transport proteins or to excrete them. Since many pharmacologically active substances are poorly suited for oral intake, a decisive criterion for the efficacy of a medicine is its so-called bioavailability.Written by an international team from academia and the pharmaceutical industry, this book covers all aspects of the oral bioavailability of medicines. The focus is placed on methods for determining the parameters relevant to bioavailability. These range from modern physicochemical techniques via biological studies in vitro and in vivo right up to computer-aided predictions. The authors specifically address possibilities for optimizing bioavailability during the early screening stage for the active substance. Its clear structure and comprehensive coverage make this book equally suitable for researchers and lecturers in industry and teaching.

Pharmaceutical Gene Delivery Systems
This reference discusses advances in the design, optimization, and adaption of gene delivery systems for treatment of cancerous, cardiovascular, pulmonary, genetic, and infectious diseases.
Pharmaceutical Gene Delivery Systems also contains assessment and reviews on procedures involved in the development of gene-based pharmaceuticals. It examines the advantages and limitations of the major gene delivery systems, as well as offers guidelines to select the most appropriate viral or synthetic delivery system for specific theraputic applications.
Pharmaceutical Gene Delivery:
• examines recent breakthroughs in gene therapy
• details new technologies such as artificial chromosome delivery
• covers the preclinical data required for investigational new drug applicationfiling
• exemplifies several therapeutic applications of gene therapy products

Parenteral Quality Control
(Drugs and the Pharmaceutical Sciences: a Series of Textbooks and Monographs)
Michael K. Akers Dan Larrimore Dana Guazzo
  1. Hardcover: 408 pages
  2. Publisher: Informa Healthcare; 3 edition
  3. ISBN: 0824708857
Book Description
Providing a well-written and easy-to-read review of the subject, this reference describes the most recent breakthroughs in the validation and execution of testing schemes for parenteral quality control. Emphasize testing methodologies for the evaluation of package integrity, finished product contamination, and sterility, the book is a guide to testing and assuring that products for injecting drugs are sterile, free from pyrogenicity, and free from particulate matter. The authors highlight methods that meet US and European standards, explain regulatory requirements and harmonization between various authorities, and review trends and recent developments in technology.

Drug Discovery Handbook
"...provides in one volume most of the currently used and emerging technologies available... presents a wealth of information on topics that are difficult to find elsewhere... a very useful handbook." (Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, November 2005)
Book Description
The Drug Discovery Handbook gives professionals a tool to facilitate drug discovery by bringing together, for the first time in one resource, a compendium of methods and techniques that need to be considered when developing new drugs.
* Hardcover: 1496 pages
* Publisher: Wiley-Interscience (July 11, 2005)
* ISBN: 0471213845
* Format: PDF
* Size: 15.0 MB

Chirality in Drug Design and Development
Pages: 1200
Covering every essential element in the development of chiral products, this reference provides a solid overview of the formulation, biopharmaceutical characteristics, and regulatory issues impacting the production of these pharmaceuticals. It supports researchers as they evaluate the pharmacodynamic, pharmacokinetic, and toxicological characteristics of specific enantiomers and chiral drug compounds and addresses in one convenient reference all the major challenges pertaining to drug chirality that have been neglected in the literature. Chirality in Drug Design and Development collects the latest studies from an interdisciplinary team of experts on chiral drug design.

Handbook of Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Formulations
Six Volume Set
6 Volumes - 2,836 pages

Drug Targeting Technology
Physical, Chemical and Biological Methods
(Drugs and the Pharmaceutical Sciences: a Series of Textbooks and Monographs)
294 pages
Demonstrates how substitution of a variety of ligands can render albumin a versatile targeting tool for selective drug accumulation in various cell populations of the liver! Drug Targeting Technology discusses physical, chemical, and biological approaches to drug targeting technology, focusing on oral, dispersed system, topical, dermal, transdermal, and inhalation delivery, and the development of original formulations that are matched by innovative device design. Considers the efforts in biotechnology and molecular biology to produce intelligent drug delivery devices by exploiting biological pathways!

British Pharmacopoeia 2005
Hardcover: 3500 pages
ISBN: 0113226829
This set comprises of five volumes and a CD-ROM: i) four volumes detailing all current UK pharmacopoeial standards for medicines for human use; ii) a companion volume providing standards for substances, preparations and immunological products used in veterinary medicine; and iii) a fully searchable CD-ROM which contains the contents of these volumes in electronic form together with a user manual, as well as the British Approved Names 2002 and supplements. The Pharmacopoeia is published on the recommendation of the Medicines Commission in accordance with the Medicines Act 1968. This edition is effective from 1 December 2005 and it incorporates the requirements of the 5th edition of the European Pharmacopoeia 2004 and its supplements.
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The Blood-Brain Barrier and Drug Delivery to the CNS
264 pages, Size: 1.85 Mb
This timely and compact monograph addresses how to determine drug permeability across the blood-brain barrier more effectively. Focusing on the physiological mechanisms that influence the passage of agents into the brain, the book covers the latest research on the blood-brain barrier, the current problems of and solutions to drug delivery to the central nervous system (CNS), existing strategies, and prospects for future research. Avoid excessive in vivo experimentation and utilize time saving in vitro techniques. A concise reference with reviews from nearly 40 international specialists in diverse fields, "The Blood-Brain Barrier and Drug Delivery to the CNS" assesses the properties of the blood-brain barrier to determine and measure drug permeability in animals and humans; presents techniques to predict successful drug uptake through in vitro systems or by computation of physiochemical parameters ;examines the multidrug resistance protein P-glycoprotein as a natural transporter; analyses current drug designs to known requirements for transport; looks at drug delivery systems for the brain and much more! Densely packed with over 800 literature references, drawings, photographs, x-rays, tables, and equations, "The Blood-Brain Barrier and Drug Delivery to the CNS" is a vital addition to the bookshelves of biochemists, pharmacists, clinical and research pharmacologists, neuroscientists and neurologists, and graduate and medical school students in these disciplines.

The Science and Practice of Pharmacy
Pages: 2393
For over 100 years, Remington has been the definitive textbook and reference on the science and practice of pharmacy. This Twenty-First Edition keeps pace with recent changes in the pharmacy curriculum and professional pharmacy practice.
More than 95 new contributors and 5 new section editors provide fresh perspectives on the field. New chapters include pharmacogenomics, application of ethical principles to practice dilemmas, technology and automation, professional communication, medication errors, re-engineering pharmacy practice, management of special risk medicines, specialization in pharmacy practice, disease state management, emergency patient care, and wound care.
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Pharmacy Use and Costs in Employer-Provided Health Plans
The military health system, as well as the private health care sector, has experienced rapid growth in pharmaceutical expenditures. In 2002 alone, the Department of Defense spent about $3 billion on outpatient pharmacy benefits. As part of an effort to redesign the TRICARE pharmacy benefit to save costs, the Department of Defense is considering moving from a two-tiered to a three-tiered co-payment system, which will increase the co-payment for some classes and brands of drugs. Providers (acting in the interest of their patients) would, theoretically, have an incentive to prescribe less-costly options. To predict how changing to a three-tiered system will affect costs and pharmacy utilization, the authors use an existing data resource to determine how beneficiaries age 45 to 64 in private-sector health plans responded to similar changes in pharmacy benefits. In this analysis, the authors assess, among other potential outcomes, how changing to a three-tiered system would affect aggregate costs and pharmacy utilization and how it would affect the utilization of specific (high-cost) classes of medications.

Pharmacy Technician Career Starter
Pages: 208
In addition to its excellent job prospects, a career as a pharmacy technician can lead to an exciting future as a registered pharmacist. Pharmacy Technician Career Starter details everything necessary to discover this exciting career: you'll discover the different facets of a pharmacy technician's job, find essential information on a range of training programs, and learn how to earn your certification with information on the exam, test tips, and sample questions. You'll find everything you need

Psychotomimetic drugs (Efron, 1970) 11MB

Hallucinogens: Neurochemical, behavioral and clinical perspectives (Jacobs, 1984)

Hallucinogenic Drugs And Their Psychotherapeutic Use (Sandison et al, 1963)

Hallucinogenic drugs 6MB

Handbook of Drug Screening
520pages, size:8.62Mb
This state-of-the-art reference provides comprehensive coverage of current screening techniques, modern technologies, and high-capacity instrumentation for increased productivity in the development and discovery of new drugs, chemical compounds, and targeted delivery of pharmaceuticals. Handbook of Drug Screening describes the construction and compilation of chemical compound databases in the fields of genomics, combinatorial chemistry, high-throughput screening, and clinical trials for the use of drug discovery and development!
Handbook of Drug Screening covers: identification of transcriptional factors for drug targeting affinity-based approaches to screening expense and sensitivity of automated platforms the role of proteomics and bioinformatics in target identification laboratory automation and assay miniaturization in ultrahigh-throughput screening and more!

Integrated Drug Discovery Technologies
577pages, size: 6.9 Mb
As the first of its kind, this up-to-the-minute reference provides a global overview of emerging drug discovery technologies by presenting and integrating new techniques from the disciplines of chemistry, biology, and computational sciences. Combining integration of contemporary mechanization with strategies in drug discovery, this volume features the most current advances that will afford better, faster, and more cost-effective means of design and screening.

772 pages, 6.56 MB
The present book is an outstanding summary of many aspects of cannabinoid research. It provides current knowledge about the pharmacology and therapeutic potential of cannabinoids as well as knowledge about the pharmacology, physiology, and pathology of the endogenous cannabinoid systems. The chapters are written by scientists who have made or are still making major contributions to the field. This book may well help generate novel ideas on how to approach the study of emotions
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Applying Genomic and Proteomic Microarray Technology in Drug Discovery
256pages, size: 11.67 Mb

Antisense Drug Technology: Principles, Strategies, and Applications
929pages, size: 41.9 Mb

Affinity Capillary Electrophoresis in Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics
384pages, size:2.34 Mb

Advanced Pharmaceutics: Physicochemical Principles
512pages, size: 7.38 Mb

Pharmaceutical Engineering Change Control, 2nd edition
200 pages

Pharmaceutical Experimental Design and Interpretation Second Edition

Microbiological Contamination Control in Pharmaceutical Clean Rooms
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A guide to pharmaceutical particulate science

Good manufacturing practice for pharmaceutical

Good laboratory practice regulation

Drug Stability

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Clinical Drug Trials and Tribulations

Compliance Handbook for Pharmaceuticals, Medical Devices and Biologics
704pages, Size:7.78 Mb
Whether preparing for regulatory submissions or preapproval, investigator- directed, routin, or foreign inspection, this reference is assured to enhance the facility- and compliance-readines s of any company requiring a strengthened approach to compliance and total quality management.
Providing innovative programs for every key quality system within an FDA environment, this guide evaluates critical compliance and quality challenges within the context of FDA expectations, current industry standards, and emerging global trends. Lists the necessary steps for meeting compliance requirements during the drug development process Presents comprehensive approaches for validating analytical methods for pharmaceutical applications

Absorption and drug development

Pharamcuetical inhalation - Aerosol technology

Pharmacology demystified

Pharmaceutical Experimental design and interpretation

Pharmacology of critical ill

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