Lippincott Pharmacology 7th

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Unit I: Principles of Drug Therapy

Chapter 1:   Pharmacokinetics Venkata Yellepeddi

Chapter 2:   Drug–Receptor Interactions and Pharmacodynamics Joanna Peris


Unit II: Drugs Affecting the Autonomic Nervous System

Chapter 3:   The Autonomic Nervous System Rajan Radhakrishnan

Chapter 4:   Cholinergic Agonists Rajan Radhakrishnan

Chapter 5:   Cholinergic Antagonists Rajan Radhakrishnan and Carinda Feild

Chapter 6:   Adrenergic Agonists Rajan Radhakrishnan

Chapter 7:   Adrenergic Antagonists Rajan Radhakrishnan and Sandhya Jinesh


Unit III: Drugs Affecting the Central Nervous System

Chapter 8:   Drugs for Neurodegenerative Diseases Jose A. Rey

Chapter 9:   Anxiolytic and Hypnotic Drugs Jose A. Rey

Chapter 10: Antidepressants Jose A. Rey

Chapter 11: Antipsychotic Drugs Jose A. Rey

Chapter 12: Drugs for Epilepsy Jeannine M. Conway and Angela K. Birnbaum

Chapter 13: Anesthetics Brandon Lopez and Chris Giordano

Chapter 14: Opioids Robin Moorman Li

Chapter 15: CNS Stimulants Jose A. Rey


Unit IV: Drugs Affecting the Cardiovascular System

Chapter 16: Antihypertensives Benjamin Gross

Chapter 17: Diuretics Zachary L. Cox

Chapter 18: Drugs for Heart Failure Shawn Anderson and Katherine Vogel Anderson

Chapter 19: Antiarrhythmics Shawn Anderson and Michelle Chung

Chapter 20: Antianginal Drugs Kristyn Pardo

Chapter 21: Anticoagulants and Antiplatelet Agents Katherine Vogel Anderson and Kaylie Smith

Chapter 22: Drugs for Hyperlipidemia Karen Sando and Kevin Cowart


Unit V: Drugs Affecting the Endocrine System

Chapter 23: Pituitary and Thyroid Shannon Miller and Karen Whalen

Chapter 24: Drugs for Diabetes Karen Whalen and Cynthia Moreau

Chapter 25: Estrogens and Androgens Karen Whalen

Chapter 26: Adrenal Hormones Shannon Miller and Karen Whalen

Chapter 27: Drugs Affecting Bone Metabolism Karen Whalen


Unit VI: Chemotherapeutic Drugs

Chapter 28: Principles of Antimicrobial Therapy Jamie Kisgen

Chapter 29: Cell Wall Inhibitors Veena Venugopalan and Kenneth P. Klinker

Chapter 30: Protein Synthesis Inhibitors Jacqueline Jourjy

Chapter 31: Quinolones, Folic Acid Antagonists, and Urinary Tract Antiseptics Kenneth P. Klinker and Joseph Pardo

Chapter 32: Antimycobacterial Drugs Charles A. Peloquin and Eric F. Egelund

Chapter 33: Antifungal Drugs Lindsey Childs-Kean

Chapter 34: Antiviral Drugs Elizabeth Sherman

Chapter 35: Anticancer Drugs Kourtney LaPlant and Paige May

Chapter 36: Immunosuppressants Jennifer Jebrock and Jane Revollo


Unit VII: Special Topics in Pharmacology

Chapter 37: Histamine and Serotonin Nancy Borja-Hart and Carol Motycka

Chapter 38: Anti-inflammatory, Antipyretic, and Analgesic Agents Eric Dietrich and Amy Talana

Chapter 39: Drugs for Disorders of the Respiratory System Kyle Melin

Chapter 40: Gastrointestinal and Antiemetic Drugs Carol Motycka and Adonice Khoury

Chapter 41: Drugs for Urologic Disorders Katherine Vogel Anderson and Kaylie Smith

Chapter 42: Drugs for Anemia Lori Dupree

Chapter 43: Drugs for Dermatologic Disorders Stacey Curtis and Cary Mobley

Chapter 44: Clinical Toxicology Dawn Sollee and Emily Jaynes Winograd

Chapter 45: Drugs of Abuse Carol Motycka and Joseph Spillane

Chapter 46: Antiprotozoal Drugs Marylee V. Worley and Jonathan C. Cho

Chapter 47: Anthelmintic Drugs Jonathan C. Cho and Marylee V. Worley


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