Drug interactions can be prevented with access to current, comprehensive, reliable information, and the Clinical Manual of Drug Interaction Principles for Medical Practice
provides just that in a user-friendly format psychiatry clinicians (including residents and nurses) and forensics experts will find indispensable.
This invaluable resource is well organized, with major sections on metabolism; cytochrome P450 enzymes; drug interactions by medical specialty; and practical matters, such as the medicolegal implications of drug-drug interactions and how to retrieve and review the literature. This latest update is based on the 2009
print edition with additional features, enhanced functionality and ongoing updates!
- A bestselling resource to the understanding of drug interactions.
- Offers the expanded coverage and features healthcare providers need to keep up with this critical field.
- Section on P450 enzymes, addresses what the individual enzyme does and where, its polymorphisms, and drugs that inhibit or induce activity.
- Extensive references and study cases provided to help the reader understand and contextualize the information.
- Boasts the very latest information in the area of drug metabolism, transport, and interaction.
- Section on P-glycoprotein (a drug transporter) is expanded to include a broader array of transport mechanisms.