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Rationale of Drug of Choice: A Comparative Analysis
Author:  
P Nirmala MD (Pharmacology), PhD (Pharmacology)
 
N Chidambaram MD, FRCP (Glasg), FACC
 


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ISBN9789352701346
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2018
Pages708
Size 5.5" X 8.5"
Cover TypePaper Back
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 795
Quick Overview
Rational prescription of drugs based on 'Evidence-Based Medicine' determines the success of the therapy. Quick development of drug resistance necessitates the pragmatic use of drugs with the application of pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic principles. The drug chosen for the therapy should maximize the clinical benefits and minimize the unwanted side effects. An ideal prescription should focus on a patient's compliance and success rate of therapy. Rational prescription of drugs at right dose through optimal route of administration with required frequency and duration is the ultimate objective of this book. Hence, this book deals with the selection of a rational drug from the current list of approved drugs. This book emphasizes on the therapeutic approach with the basic input about the essential characteristics of drugs and provides an easy understanding to impart a better knowledge to the readers.
Key Features
• Rational prescription of drugs at right dose through optimal route of administration with required frequency and duration is the ultimatw objective of this book.

• Delas with the selection of a rational drug from the current list of approved drugs.

• Emphasizes on the therapeutic approach with the basic input about the essential characteristics of drugs.

• Provides a clear-cut and logical explanation and aims to teach the correct prescription practice to the undergraduates, CRRIs and postgraduate students in their early formative stage.

• It can be used as a ready reckoner by the general practitioners and specialists during their busy practice schedules.
Target Audience
Undergraduates and postgraduates, CRRIs, general practitioners and specialists.
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