BASIC AND CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY 12 EDITION PDF

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Vasodilators & the Treatment of Angina Pectoris. Bertram G. Katzung, MD, PhD . The twelfth edition of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology continues. Important Drug Interactions & Their Mechanisms John R. Horn, PharmD, FCCP Index Preface The twelfth edition of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology. Basic and Clinical Pharmacology 12/E (LANGE Basic Science) 12th Edition. by . Lippincott Illustrated Reviews: Pharmacology 6th edition (Lippincott Illustrated .


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Vasodilators & the Treatment of Angina Pectoris. Bertram G. Katzung, MD, PhD. The twelfth edition of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology continues. Basic and. Organized to reflect the syllabi in many pharmacology courses and in integrated curricula, Basic & Clinical Pharmacology, 12e covers the important concepts. Basic and Clinical Pharmacology 12th Edition. Organized to reflect the syllabi in many pharmacology courses and in integrated curricula, Basic & Clinical.

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Abstract Background Disclosure of potential conflicts of interest CoI is a standard practice for many biomedical journals but not for educational materials. The goal of this investigation was to determine whether the authors of pharmacology textbooks have undisclosed financial CoIs and to identify author characteristics associated with CoIs.

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Highly compensated authors were from multiple fields including oncology, psychiatry, neurology, and urology. The maximum number of additional companies, not currently indexed in the Dollars for Docs database, for which an author had potential CoIs was Conclusions Financial CoIs are common among the authors of pharmacology and pharmacotherapy textbooks.

Full transparency of potential CoIs, particularly patents, should become standard procedure for future editions of educational materials in pharmacology. The credibility and public trust in published materials depends on how fully and transparently CoIs are handled.

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Many, but not all, reputable biomedical journals have developed detailed policies over the past decade requiring authors to disclose financial CoIs [ 1 — 3 ]. Authors with a CoI are more likely to report findings that are consistent with the interests of the research sponsor of drugs for treating cardiovascular diseases [ 4 ], cancer [ 5 — 6 ], and psychiatric disorders [ 7 — 8 ].

This prompted the examination of other general pharmacology textbooks which revealed that CoIs are typically unreported [ 10 — 13 ].

Females who were the first or senior author of empirical reports in oncology were both more likely to declare the source of their funding and less likely to report support from industry [ 14 ]. Therefore, the objectives of this report were to: 1 determine whether the authors of widely used educational and reference materials in pharmacology have CoIs; and 2 to identify whether there are differences in the qualitative and quantitative aspects of CoIs based on the textbook or author characteristics.

Materials and Methods Ethics Statement This investigation involved evaluating potential CoIs by submitting author names to multiple databases. As such, the chairperson of the Husson IRB indicated that this did not constitute human research.

Although all information reported in this study is publically available, the names of individual authors are not listed in the figures or tables. Potentially sensitive information may be obtained by contacting the authors. Procedures The most recent editions of four commonly used books were selected.

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Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. New York: McGraw-Hill Medical ; London: McGraw-Hill [distributor], Print book: Looks at the essential concepts in the science of pharmacology and its application to clinical practice.

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