3 edition of Handbook of drugs for tropical parasitic infections found in the catalog.
Handbook of drugs for tropical parasitic infections
L. L. Gustafsson
|Statement||L.L. Gustafsson, B. Beermann, and Y.A. Abdi.|
|Contributions||Beermann, Björn., Abdi, Y. A.|
|LC Classifications||RM412 .G87 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 151 p. :|
|Number of Pages||151|
|ISBN 10||0850664039, 0850664047|
|LC Control Number||87007087|
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Most of these drugs are toxic and have complicated dosage regimens, but, because of the low economic incentive, pharmaceutical companies have shown little interest in developing new drugs to control diseases Handbook of drugs for tropical parasitic infections book in developing Manufacturer: CRC Press.
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Many of the drugs used for the treatment of tropical parasitic. Get this from a library. Handbook of drugs for tropical parasitic infections. [Y A Abdi;] -- This handbook is designed to provide information about the pharmacological properties and therapeutic uses of the major drugs currently employed to combat the human parasitic infections encountered.
Book: Handbook of drugs for tropical parasitic infections. + pp Abstract: Information on the chemical structure, physical properties, mode of action, pharmacokinetics, clinical trials, adverse effects, contraindications and dose schedule is given for each of 41 drugs (or groups of drugs) used for the treatment of tropical.
Introduction The aim of the new edition of Handbook of Drugs for Tropical Parasitic Infections, remains the same as its predecessor.
It is largely designed to give physicians, pharmacists, health workers, medical students and nurses in developing countries refined and abbreviated information about drugs used for parasitic infections highly.
The second edition of Handbook of Drugs for Tropical Parasitic Infections is a product from the Unit of Tropical Pharmacology at the Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Huddinge University Hospital. The unit is a collaborative venture between the Departments of Infectious Diseases and Clinical Pharmacology, Handbook of drugs for tropical parasitic infections book the Hospital Pharmacy.
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Human evolution and parasitic infections have run hand in hand and most parasitic diseases and methods of their transmission have been discovered thousands of years ago. Environmental changes, human behavior and population movement have a great effect on transmission, distribution, prevalence, and incidence of parasitic diseases in a community.
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Author(s): Abdi,Y A(Yakoub Aden); Gustafsson,L L(Lars L.)Handbook of drugs for tropical parastic infections. Title(s): Handbook of drugs for tropical parasitic infections/ Yakoub Aden Abdi.
Handbook of Drugs for Tropical Parasitic Infections - Manual de Drogas para Infecciones Parasitarias Tropicales Parasitic infections such as malaria, schistosomiasis, trypanosomiasis and onchoceriasis are the scourge of the tropical countries.
Language: English ISBN:, (soft), (soft) LCCN: MeSH: Antiprotozoal Agents/therapeutic use*; Parasitic Diseases/drug therapy*; Tropical Medicine* Publication Type(s): Handbooks Notes: Includes bibliographies and index. The neglected tropical diseases of Latin America and the Caribbean: a review of disease burden and distribution and a roadmap for control and elimination.
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A morbid fear of parasitic worms. Lars L. Gustafsson, Björn Beermann, Yakoub Aden Abdi, Handbook of drugs for tropical parasitic infections (page 52) In patients misusing the drug because of helminthophobia, the risk of severe side effects has to be considered.
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