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Clinical Pharmacokinetics 5th Edition (Clinical Pharmacokinetics Pocket Reference)

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In the complex field of pharmacokinetics, one reference guide has an identity all its own. Clinical Pharmacokinetics, the classic quick reference, comes from a distinctive voice in the field: Dr. John E. Murphy, a long-trusted source offering a straightforward, accessible approach. Now, the fully updated fifth edition brings to experienced practitioners, new practitioners, residents, and students alike the pharmacokinetic information they need most: Content organized for fast reference to specific drugs Latest on dosing in obese and overweight patients Dosing considerations for neonatal, pediatric and geriatric patients A look at protein binding and its implications Population values for a variety of drugs to initiate dosing Drug dosing in renal disease and creatinine clearance estimation People are different. So is the 5th edition of Clinical Pharmacokinetics. This popular resource is designed as a clinical reference offering the key principles in pharmacokinetics and their applications in drug therapy. Praise of the fourth edition: This book shows practitioners and students how to apply pharmacokinetic principles to drug therapy in day-to-day practice. It is a useful addition to any pharmacy reference library. - Laurence Goldberg, The Pharmaceutical Journal

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Author John E. Murphy Ph.D.
Binding Paperback
Condition New
Pages 434
ISBN-13 9781585282548
Publisher American Society of Health-System Pharmacists

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