"...brilliant for revision and last minute cramming!"
Cambridge Medicine – Jan 2001
"...if you are looking for a book that covers frequently–used drugs, and provides you with all the basic information, then this book should be on your list, plus at #9.99 it won′t break the bank either"
Barts and the London Chronicle/Autumn 2000
"...I would recommend this book and can envisage it useful both on the wards and as a revision tool for a long time to come."
Black Bag, Bristol Medical School Gazette/Freshers Ed 00
"This book has clearly excelled, as a quick reference learning tool – one that in my opinion was long overdue needed by clinical students and particularly house officers." Guy′s Gazette/May2000
"Ever wondered how many more pocket books you could possibly pack into your white coat? Well make room, there′s one more."
"This is a good ward companion, should space permit, or a concise accompaniment to a more comprehensive pharmacology text. A good buy at under #10.00." Student BMJ
"If you have the contents of this guide at your finger–tips you will be truly well–armed." International Journal of Pharmacology & Therapeutics
"So whether you′re revising for your finals pharmacology or you′re just plain confused about the pharmacology you′ve done so far, this book is a great help." Medics and Dentists Magazine
From the Back Cover
Hands–on Guide to Clinical Pharmacology provides a short pharmacopoeia for medical students and junior doctors for quick revision and use on the wards; and also will be of great use to nursing staff who are increasingly involved in prescribing drugs in hospital practice.
Written by students for students with the information cross–checked by senior advisors to ensure accuracy, this pocket book is highly relevant on and off the hospital wards. Each drug is listed with information on: Indications, Mechanism, Side Effects, Contra–Indications, Interactions, Formulation, Cost and any extra notes as required.