Handbook of Veterinary Pharmacology

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The manual of veterinary pharmacology is written briefly, namely: Extension of the National Veterinary Series Pharmacology Book (Editor: F.A. Ahrens)
Published in 1996. This book is not intended to be a lengthy treatise on veterinary medicine drugs; Instead, it is designed as a handbook with brief explanations of pharmacology Concepts and information for commonly used veterinary medicinal products are available at: United States. Every effort has been made to preserve the basic and clinical information Current and concise veterinary pharmacology. Whenever possible, each class of drugs is explored under the heading of “general considerations” or “introduction” to convey the basic concept and information, which is followed by a description of the pharmacology of each drug with the headings of (1) chemistry/preparations, (2) pharmacological effects/mechanism
of action, (3) therapeutic uses, (4) administration, (5) pharmacokinetics, and (6) adverse effects/ contraindications. 
The ultimate goal of this book is to provide to both the veterinary students and practitioners the information on pharmacology that is applicable and easily retrievable. A list of suggested reading at the end of each chapter is provided for further reading of the subject. In addition, 10–20 study questions and explanations are presented at the end of each chapter.  There are two appendices at the end of the book; one on the withdrawal times for drugs used in production animals and the other on the drug dosages in various domestic species. Doses of the drug are listed in both the generic name and the selected brand Season, drug class, route of administration and species. I hope these two attachments are successful Useful for veterinarians, especially when a quick decision about medication is needed treatment. Achieving the task of writing such a book requires a strong commitment from many of me. Colleagues My biggest thanks is the 11 contributors who put in a lot of effort to write Chapters between their occupations and their acceptance and tolerance of my edition. Special thanks to Mr. Nasser Seyed, one of my graduate students, for presenting many cases
Images and indexing help. I would also like Dr. Thank Dai Tan Wu, one more
My PhD student for his careful effort in compiling appendices and a few cases
I have written a few tables for this book by Dr. Kim Di. Lanholz and Dr. Allison E. Thank you Barnheil I owe it to Dr. Donald C obliged to revise some chapters. Dyer for his generosity in allowing us to utilize the information and illustrations in the chapters that he wrote for the National Veterinary Medical Series Pharmacology Book. The secretarial assistance of Ms. Hilary Renaud and Ms. Marilee Eischeid in preparing the manuscripts is greatly appreciated. 
It is our hope that the Handbook of Veterinary Pharmacology will become a valuable tool for both veterinary students and practitioners. Please send me an e-mail (whsu@iastate.edu) if you detect errors and/or have comments/ suggestions for improvement of the book in the next edition. Your input will be deeply appreciated.

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