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State of Denial: Bush at War III by Bob Woodward October 28, 2006

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State of Denial: Bush at War III by Bob Woodward  

State of Denial:
Bush at War III

by Bob Woodward

currently #1 on the NYT bestseller list

of Denial examines how the Bush administration avoided telling the
truth about Iraq to the public, to Congress, and often to themselves…

of Denial answers the core questions: What happened after the invasion
of Iraq? Why? How does Bush make decisions and manage a war that he
chose to define his presidency? And is there an achievable plan for

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Introductory Clinical Pharmacology October 22, 2006

Filed under: Uncategorized — thepharmaman @ 7:16 am
Introductory Clinical Pharmacology
Posted by :: hotspot |
Date :: May 24, 2006 14:54:00
Introductory Clinical Pharmacology

Bonnie J. Smith and Sally S. Roach, «Introductory Clinical Pharmacology», 7th Study Edition
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins | ISBN 0781736978 | July 2003 | PDF | 256 Pages | 11 Mb

This superb study guide reviews in detail each critical area of nursing
pharmacology, and helps you define your role in the safe and effective
administration of today’s most commonly used agents.


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Lippincott’s Illustrated Reviews : Pharmacology

Filed under: Uncategorized — thepharmaman @ 7:13 am
May 20, 2006

Lippincott’s Illustrated Reviews : Pharmacology : Special Millennium Update

Posted by :: hotspot |
Date :: May 20, 2006 05:52:00 |
Lippincott’s Illustrated Reviews : Pharmacology : Special Millennium Update

Paperback: 528 pages

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2nd edition (January 2000)

Language: English

ISBN: 0781724139

Author: Mary Julia Mycek, Richard A., Ph.D. Harvey, Pamela C. Champe

Format: DJVU

Size: 11M

Book Description

Students and faculty alike have attested to the extraordinary success
rate of the Lippincott’s Illustrated Reviews–the unparalleled review
texts that clarify the essentials students need to know for the Boards
through an easy-to-use outline format and illustration program. Now,
the Pharmacology review has been updated and enhanced to ensure that
students fully master the most current information.Designed and edited
by top educators, the book helps the student tie together the visual
and cognitive elements of learning for superior recognition and recall.
More than 500 pictures and diagrams, carefully crafted to complement
and amplify the text, are completely integrated with the text.
Board-type questions, with detailed explanations of the answers, are
included with each chapter. This new Second Edition also includes a
series of illustrated case studies. A unique Infolink cross-referencing
system between the Pharmacology and Biochemistry volumes of this series
enables students to interrelate the two disciplines. –This text refers
to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Book Info

Study guide providing more illustrations than previous edition, c1992.
This is a ‘Millenium Update’ of the c1997 version. Cross-referenced to
Harvey and Champe’s Lippincott’s Illustrated Reviews: Biochemistry, 2nd
edition. For students preparing for exams






Marshall Sittig – Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Encyclopedia

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Marshall Sittig – Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Encyclopedia
Posted by :: anlokin |
Date :: Jun 30, 2006 13:00:00
Marshall Sittig – Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Encyclopedia
e-book | pdf | 2nd Edition | 2 Volume Set | 1756 pages | 21.36 MB

Best-selling Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Encyclopedia, in its second
edition is more than double the size of the previous edition.

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Encyclopedia describes manufacturing
processes for approximately 1,300 pharmaceuticals currently marketed as
trade-name products around the world.

Each pharmaceutical entry contains the following information:
Therapeutic Function
Chemical Name
Common Name
Structural Formula
Chemical Abstracts Registry Number
Trade Names for Different Countries and Manufacturer’s Name
Raw Materials
Manufacturing Process

Pertinent process information has been obtained from the patent
literature, and references for other synthetic methods and pharmacology
are cited.

A 2000-entry Raw Materials Index will quickly tell you in which drugs
the raw materials are utilized. A 12,000-entry Trade Name Index
completes the book.

Free of password.


You are welcome to download From OxyShare:

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Medical Dictionary 2006

Filed under: Uncategorized — thepharmaman @ 7:04 am
Medical Dictionary 2006 (2006 Physicians’ Desk Reference 60th Edition)
Posted by :: ertugrul ergun |
Date :: Oct 6, 2006 17:39:00

Medical Dictionary 2006 (2006 Physicians’ Desk Reference 60th Edition)
ISBN: 1563635275 | Pub. Date: November 2005 | 3000 Pages, 4.000 drugs & over 2.000 color photos!
The Authoritative Source of FDA-Approved Information on Prescription Drugs

Physicians have turned to PDR for the latest word on prescription drugs
for 60 years! Today, PDR is considered the standard prescription drug
reference and can be found in virtually every physician’s office,
hospital, and pharmacy in the United States. In fact, nine out of ten
doctors consider PDR their most important drug information reference
source. The 60th edition is more than 3, 000 pages-our most
comprehensive edition ever! Our new format allows dramatically improved
readability and easier access to the information you need now.

You’ll find the most complete data on more than 4, 000 drugs by brand
and generic name (both in the same convenient index), manufacturer and
product category. Your 2006 PDR provides usage information and
warnings, drug interactions, plus more than 2, 000 full-size,
full-color photos cross-referenced to the drug.

You will also find: Phonetic spelling for each listing; A key to
controlled substances; Dosages; Clinical pharmacology; FDA
use-in-pregnancy ratings; Adverse reactions; Contraindications;
Pediatric use; And all other FDA-required information.


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Posted by :: Harry Stottle |
Date :: Oct 7, 2006 03:22:39

Posted by :: phil_ga |
Date :: Oct 7, 2006 04:35:07
You forgot to say what format this is: Iso, chm, pdf etc 🙂

I just downloaded, and its the CD and requires installation/burning.
Its not a book, but a browser based program that uses html.


Posted by :: shrinkwrap |
Date :: Oct 7, 2006 05:53:19
it’s a compendium of drug companies’ legal descriptions, the latest
official notices that physicians receive from the pharmaceutical
manufacturers (via magazine adverts, usually).
It has all the precautions and drug interactions that are required by
law, but since the USDA’s Fasttrack program went into effect, there’s
not much here that’s honest. Still, it’s the official government
propaganda, marketed by Medical Economics publishers.
This is a “must” for anyone taking prescription medication.

Posted by :: pariman |
Date :: Oct 7, 2006 10:58:47


Pharmacology Demystified

Filed under: Uncategorized — thepharmaman @ 7:02 am

  • Pharmacology Demystified

Posted by :: hotspot |
Date :: Oct 11, 2006 23:09:00

Book Description

There’s no easier, faster, or more practical way to learn the really tough subjects

Pharmacology Demystified covers the practical aspects of
pharmacology that you need to master to become a healthcare or nursing
professional. This self-teaching guide comes complete with key points,
background information, quizzes at the end of each chapter, and even a
final exam. Simple enough for beginners but challenging enough for
advanced students, this is a lively and entertaining brush-up,
introductory text, or classroom supplement.

From the Back Cover
Just the prescription for mastering pharmacology!

Looking forward to locking in a great, secure job in the booming
healthcare field? Well, before you can graduate and get your license,
you have to pass that challenging compulsory course in pharmacology.
Luckily, there’s no need to be intimidated or confused. In Pharmacology
Demystified, Dr. Mary Kamienski — a top nurse practitioner trainer —
joins forces with Jim Keogh, author of over 60 best-selling self-help
books, to give non-pharmacology majors a fast, easy, and practical way
to get on top of this tough subject.

Pharmacology Demystified starts you off by fully explaining concepts
and practices in easily understood everyday language. Then, this unique
guide leads you forward—at your own pace — to the mastery of formal
medical terms and skills required on exams and on the job. Summations
of key points, background information, quizzes at the end of each
chapter, and a “final exam” reinforce learning every step of the way
and guarantee your success.

If you want to achieve a high comfort level with pharmacology’s
concepts, terminology, and skills, here’s the self-teaching course that
will get you there. Get ready to:
Learn the essential fundamentals of pharmacology, including
definitions, standards, drug actions/interactions, the nursing process
and pharmacology, prescription and medical abbreviations, and more
Discover how drugs are selected to treat diseases that affect different organ systems
See exactly how to prepare and administer all types of drugs
Identify the signs of patients’ reactions to drugs
Explore ways to properly store drugs
Teach patients to use their medications safely and effectively
Take a “final exam” and grade it yourself!

Simple enough for beginners but challenging enough for advanced
students, Pharmacology Demystified is a lively and effective brush-up,
introductory text, or classroom supplement that puts all the practical
aspects of pharmacology at your fingertips.



know more about islam October 21, 2006

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