Clinical Pharmacology provides a detailed discussion on toxicology. This discussion includes the chemotherapy of parasitic diseases. Some parts of the book focus on topics on immunopharmacology. Such topic as the genetic and environmental factors that contribute to individual's varying response to drugs is explained.
The book covers such topics as the methods and models for the isoniazid acetylation polymorphism. The issues that arise in the administration of drugs in the neonatal period are assessed. Another topic of interest is the effects of diseases on the absorption of drugs. The pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic characteristics of a drug are evaluated. The pharmacogenetic investigation amobarbital disposition is presented completely. The book then presents the use and consumption of drugs in different locations and some clinical considerations. The procedures and methods of analysis for such drug are also reviewed .
The book can serve as a valuable tool for pharmacists, medical doctors, pediatricians, students, and researchers in the field of medicine.