To download the Clinical Pharmacology made Incredibly Easy!, Third Edition in Pdf you can find on this post. The clinical treatments described and recommended in this publication are based on research and consultation with nursing, medical, and legal authorities. To the best of our knowledge, these procedures reflect currently accepted practice. Nevertheless, they can’t be considered absolute and universal recommendations. For individual applications, all recommendations must be considered in light of the patient’s clinical condition and, before administration of new or infrequently used drugs, in light of the latest package-insert information. The authors and publisher disclaim any responsibility for any adverse effects resulting from the suggested procedures, from
any undetected errors, or from the reader’s misunderstanding of the text.This chapter focuses on the fundamental principles of pharmacology.
It discusses basic information, such as how drugs are named and how they’re created. It also discusses the different routes by which drugs can be administered.To avoid confusion, it’s best to use a drug’s generic name because any one drug can have a number of trade names. In 1962, the federal government mandated the use of official
names so that only one official name would represent each drug. The official names are listed in the United States Pharmacopeia and National Formulary