Elsevier; 6th edition (August 15; 2018)
Brody’s Human Pharmacology, Sixth Edition brings you up to date with all of the most recent advancements in the field of pharmacology while concentrating on the fundamentals of the subject that are necessary for your education. Your understanding of essential ideas will be ensured and you will be better prepared for tests thanks to a new organizational strategy, content that has been streamlined, and information that has been thoroughly updated. Almost five hundred pictures in full color explain crucial processes, and color-coded boxes for therapeutic overviews, major medications, clinical difficulties, and trade names support your understanding of the material.
This straightforward textbook is now available in its Sixth Edition, which is fully current with:
- A NEW chapter that focuses solely on personalized medicine and pharmacogenomics has been included.
- NEW chapter on cannabinoids and their usage for the treatment of pain and other conditions; in view of the recent legalization of cannabis in many states.
- NEW chapters on new advances in the treatment of Alzheimer’s illness, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and the most recent HIV medications
- BRAND NEW part on the treatment of pain.
- NEW part in each chapter covering “Clinical Relevance for Healthcare Professionals,” which includes essential information that is specific to medical professionals such as dentists, physical therapists, dental hygienists, and many others.
- Plus, it has the following amenities that are perfect for college students:
- A new organizational strategy that places an emphasis on integration and learning based on systemic patterns.
- Included are contributions from leading faculty members who cover the most important aspects of pharmacology that are necessary for a basic understanding of the subject, including clinical applications, concepts, and side effects.
- Self-assessment questions and answers modeled after the USMLE can be found at the conclusion of each chapter, and rationales can be found in the appendix.