Clinical pharmacology made incredibly easy 3rd edition:
explanations of how drugs act and interact in the treatment of disease. Focusing on mechanisms of drug action, the book details specific drugs by
pharmacologic class for all body systems as well as drugs for pain, psychiatric disorders, infection, fluid and electrolyte imbalances, and cancer. Potentially
dangerous drug and drug-herb interactions are highlighted. This thoroughly updated edition covers the newest drugs in each pharmacologic class and includes
information on obesity drugs, a new chapter on genitourinary system drugs, a new medication safety feature, and a new appendix on common herbal
preparations and their drug interactions
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In the near future, traditional barnyard animals might also be small, organic
pharmaceutical factories. Some animals have already been genetically altered to produce pharmaceuticals, and their products are
being tested by the Food and Drug Administration. Here are a few examples of the possibilities:
• a cow that produces milk containing lactoferrin, which can be used to treat human infections
• a goat that produces milk containing antithrombin III, which can help prevent blood clotting in humans
• a sheep that produces milk containing alpha1-antitrypsin, which issued to treat cystic fibrosis.