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A complete single-source guide to drug therapeutics for primary care
Pharmacotherapy in Primary Care gives you a uniquely balanced, all-inclusive look at drug therapies for all the conditions commonly seen in primary care and clinical pharmacy -- from cardiovascular to nutritional disorders.
The book's diverse authorship -- comprising both physicians and pharmacists -- ensures that content is delivered in the most complete, relevant, and impartial way possible. Ideal for use at the point of care, this handy resource is conveniently organized by disorder and utilizes a standard template for therapeutic decision-making.
Introduction/EBM/DefinitionsSECTION 1: CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS(1) Hypertension(2) Heart Failure(3) Ischemic Heart Disease(4) Arrhythmias(5) Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy(6) Dyslipidemia(7) Peripheral Vascular DiseaseSECTION 2: RESPIRATORY DISORDERS(8) Asthma(9) Chronic Obstructive Lung DiseaseSECTION 3: GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS(10) Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease(11) Peptic Ulcer Disease(12) Inflammatory Bowel Disease(13) Nausea and Vomiting(14) Diarrhea and ConstipationSECTION 4: NEUROLOGIC DISORDERS(15) Epilepsy(16) Stroke/TIAs(17) Parkinson's Disease(18) Pain Management(19) HeadacheSECTION 5: PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS(20) Alzheimer's Disease(21) Depressive Disorders(22) Anxiety Disorders(23) Sleep DisordersSECTION 6: ENDOCRINOLOGIC DISORDERS(24) Diabetes Mellitus(25) Metabolic Syndrome(26) Thyroid Disorders(27) Contraception(28) Hormone Replacement TherapySECTION 7: UROLOGIC DISORDERS(29) Erectile Dysfunction(30) Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia(31) IncontinenceSECTION 8: BONE AND JOINT DISORDERS(32) Osteoporosis and Osteomalacia(33) Rheumatoid Arthritis(34) Osteoarthritis(35) Gout and HyperuricemiaSECTION 9: DISORDERS OF THE EYES, EARS, NOSE AND THROAT(36) Allergic Rhinitis(37) SinusitisSECTION 10: HEMATOLOGIC DISORDERS(38) Thromboembolic Disorders(39) AnemiasSECTION 11: INFECTIOUS DISEASES(40) Lower Respiratory Tract Infections(41) Skin and Soft Tissue Infections(42) Tuberculosis(43) Urinary Tract Infections and Prostatitis(44) Sexually Transmitted Diseases(45) Superficial Fungal InfectionsSECTION 12: NUTRITION AND NUTRITIONAL DISORDERS(46) Nutritional Therapy(47) Obesity