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Pharmacology for Podiatrists Paperback – 25 Oct 2000

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Proposed changes in practice legislation will allow podiatrists to prescribe a limited range of drugs and dressings. It is therefore now required that students and practitioners understand pharmacology.

The book will cover both basic and clinical pharmacology and the podiatrist′s role in examination, assessment and diagnosis.

About the Author

Dr Rae Morgan, School of Podiatric Medicine, New College Durham, UK


Dr Margaret Johnson, Department of Pharmacology, University of Sunderland, UK


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By A Customer on 12 Jan. 2005
Format: Paperback
Save your money and buy a decent pharmacology text. Try Rang Dale and Ritter.
This book is sadly lacking in detail, which may be good if it sufficed as an introduction to pharmacology for podiatrists, but it doesn't even do that. The diagrams are verging on useless and the information on specific drug actions is lacking.
It makes a relatively tough subject harder to follow.
If you want an introduction to pharmacology try Mediacal Pharmacology at a Glance.
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I was a little apprehensive about getting this book, as it was not on the recommended book list from lecturers. It is however very interesting as it gives the reader a background to the podiatry profession and why we need to learn about pharmacology. The book is easy to read and understand and offers excellent illustrations and simple explanations, a help when trying to understand the complex 'world' of pharmacology.
I would recommend all podiatry students of year 2 onwards to buy this book as a supplement to a more in depth pharmacology book.
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The first review is too drastic in its condemnation of this work. This a book which does not purport to be anything other than 'an introduction' to a difficult subject at an appropriate level for undergraduates who may never have approached the study of pharmacology before. After digesting it, then some people may be prompted to move on to other publications to increase their knowledge, but if not they will at least have an improved understanding of a complex science. It is a little expensive compared to its peers however.
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By missy on 6 April 2014
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Good read and I bought it out of interest, but turns out to be quite good, not as good as crash course books but useful none the less
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