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Psychopharmacology “Boot Camp” Back to Basics Study Review By Dr. Joel Lamoure
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HARDCOVER* The Psychopharmacology “Boot Camp” Back to Basics Study Review: Essentials 2013 is a critical quick reference book to help and aid the Medical student, Pharmacy student, Allied... More > Health professional, Resident, Physician, Pharmacist or Psychiatrist navigate through some of the most common challenges and pitflls in an easy to use format. Psychopharmacology “Boot Camp” Back to Basics Study Review: Essentials 2013 represents a decade of clinical vignettes and research, practical tips, study guide lectures, pre-specialty psychopharmacology preparation sessions for Royal College examinations and so much more. Updated to include sections on bioequivalence, tips and pearls, serotonin syndrome and more to help you help others in your practice. Addresses all classes of medications with their ADME variables, clinical "Psych-Snaps" for each medication including antidepressants, mood stabilizers, antipsychotics, atypical antipsychotics, substance abuse, ADHD, stimulants, sedatives and more.< Less
Psychopharmacology “Boot Camp” Back to Basics Study Review: Essentials EBook By Dr. Joel Lamoure
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The Psychopharmacology “Boot Camp” Back to Basics Study Review: Essentials 2013 is a critical quick reference book to help and aid the Medical student, Pharmacy student, Allied Health... More > professional, Resident, Physician, Pharmacist or Psychiatrist navigate through some of the most common challenges and pitflls in an easy to use format. Psychopharmacology “Boot Camp” Back to Basics Study Review: Essentials 2013 represents a decade of clinical vignettes and research, practical tips, study guide lectures, pre-specialty psychopharmacology preparation sessions for Royal College examinations and so much more. Updated to include sections on bioequivalence, tips and pearls, serotonin syndrome and more to help you help others in your practice. Addresses all classes of medications with their ADME variables, clinical "Psych-Snaps" for each medication including antidepressants, mood stabilizers, antipsychotics, atypical antipsychotics, substance abuse, ADHD, stimulants, sedatives and more< Less
Psychopharmacology “Boot Camp” Back to Basics Study Review By Dr. Joel Lamoure
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The Psychopharmacology “Boot Camp” Back to Basics Study Review: Essentials 2013 is a critical quick reference book to help and aid the Medical student, Pharmacy student, Allied Health... More > professional, Resident, Physician, Pharmacist or Psychiatrist navigate through some of the most common challenges and pitflls in an easy to use format. Psychopharmacology “Boot Camp” Back to Basics Study Review: Essentials 2013 represents a decade of clinical vignettes and research, practical tips, study guide lectures, pre-specialty psychopharmacology preparation sessions for Royal College examinations and so much more. Updated to include 304 pages and sections on bioequivalence, tips and pearls, serotonin syndrome and more to help you help others in your practice. Addresses all classes of medications with their ADME variables, clinical "Psych-Snaps" for each medication including antidepressants, mood stabilizers, antipsychotics, atypical antipsychotics, substance abuse, ADHD, stimulants, sedatives and more.< Less
Drugs Categories list By Demis Frontz
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What is a generic medication? Wikipedia gives the following definition: “Generic drug (pl. generic drugs, short: generics) is a drug which is produced and distributed without a brand name. A... More > generic must contain the same active ingredients as the original formulation. In most cases, it is considered bioequivalent to the brand name counterpart with respect to pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties. By extension, therefore, generics are assumed to be identical in dose, strength, route of administration, safety, efficacy, and intended use.< Less