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Volans, Glyn - Drugs Handbook 2003, ebook

Drugs Handbook 2003

Volans, Glyn

83,85€

Reviews 'Includes new drugs and omits those no longer available. It is a quick reference for those who do not have access to regularly published drug information books.' - Nursing Standard 'In a ward where one needs to look up drugs quickly, a drug

Volans, Glyn - Drugs Handbook 2002, ebook

Drugs Handbook 2002

Volans, Glyn

80,25€

Description It is important that all staff involved in health care should know what drugs a patient is taking, what they are for and what side effects there may be. Updated annually, the Drugs Handbook provides ready access to the most up-to-date information

Ng, Rick - Drugs: From Discovery to Approval, ebook

Drugs: From Discovery to Approval

Ng, Rick

94,05€

  Concise and easy to read, Drugs: From Discovery to Approval, Third Edition quickly introduces basic concepts, then moves on to discuss target selection and the drug discovery process for both small and large molecular drugs.

Hammersley, Richard - Drugs and Crime: Theories and Practices, ebook

Drugs and Crime: Theories and Practices

Hammersley, Richard

28,25€

Why are we so concerned about drugs and crime? Is the relationship between drug-taking and criminal behaviour as straightforward as it is sometimes made to appear? What should be done about the problem?
This thought-provoking book argues that much current thinking about drugs

Ng, Rick - Drugs: From Discovery to Approval, ebook

Drugs: From Discovery to Approval

Ng, Rick

78,55€

Using simple language, this comprehensive guide introduces basic concepts, then moves on to discuss disease target selection and the discovery processes for both small and large molecule drugs. Subsequent chapters explain preclinical studies, clinical trials, regulatory

Pryce, Sue - Fixing Drugs, ebook

Fixing Drugs

Pryce, Sue

36,80€

Which Drugs Are Problems for States?
Sue Pryce
3. Why is There a Drug Problem at All?
Sue Pryce
4. How Do States Prohibit Drugs?
Sue Pryce
5. What Are the Unintended Consequences of Drug Prohibition?
Sue Pryce
6. Why Persist With a Failed