"Prof Neal has updated and republished this fantastic, all you need to know for exams and exactly what you want to know to survive, clinical medicine book!"
Black Bag, Medical Student's Society of Bristol University, August 1997 issue "An essential addition to every students pile of books."
Surgo, Glasgow University Medical Journal
"Fans of the "At a Glance" series will love this book.I would recommend this book for medical students, science students and scientists who require a succinct account of pharmacology."
King's College Hospital Gazette, 1997 issue
Published Reviews of the 4th Edition
"This well illustrated volume, in the "At a Glance" series, is suitable for undergraduate medical and pharmacology students seeking a text for revision.
.This useful book summarises the core principles of the mode of action od drugs and puts this information within the context of body systems and specific clinical problems."
"Drug Metabolism and Drug Interactions, vol.19, no.1, 2002"
"Once again they have come up with a gem to navigate your way through the mindboggling area of pharmacology, neatly pigeon-holing them under the bodily systems for easy reference.
As more of a visual memory gal, the clear comprehensive diagrams often appear to me through the haze that descends during ward rounds and exams when all seems lost. I also feel that I have covered the essentials of the relevant topic just by going through a double page!"
"Medical Student. BLC, Autumn 2003, vol.5, issue 2"
"I won't beat around the bush: if you are a pre-clinical medical student and you don't already own this book, buy it.
.There isn't really another book out there which can complete with this title.
.The "At a Glance" series has expanded rapidly over the last few years, and this book remains the best of the lot.
.I would stongly urge you to get this book.There aren't many books out there which I think every student shouldhFrom the Publisher:
"Medical Pharmacology at a Glance" is one of the most renowned undergraduate texts in the field of medical pharmacology. Following on from the success of the previous three editions, Professor Michael Neal, one of the great teachers of medical pharmacology, has extensively revised and updated the fourth edition to take account of the rapid developments in the field. This incredibly useful book summarises the core principles of the mode of action of drugs and puts this information within the context of body systems and specific clinical problems. The author discusses the mechanisms of action of each drug, indicating the therapeutics of choice for specific conditions. "Medical Pharmacology at a Glance" follows the now familiar, easy-to-use double page spread format of the at a Glance series. Each section contains a clear illustration depicting the major drugs and their interaction within a particular body system and a concise account of the topic. Key features of the fourth edition include: new material on anti-platelet drugs in the cardiovascular section; new section on immunological drugs; new material on general anaesthetic and anti-viral drugs; and the use of Recommended International Non-proprietary Names (rINN) for drugs. "Medical Pharmacology at a Glance" is ideal for pharmacology revision and for use during clinical placements. It is an essential buy for medical students and scientists requiring a succinct and lucid account of medical pharmacology.
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