Applied pharmacology for the dental hygienist /
- Applied pharmacology for the dental hygienist /
- Haveles, Elena B. (Bablenis), author.
- MCPHS Boston
- Part one: General principles. Information, sources, regulatory agencies, drug legislation, and prescription writing -- Drug action and handling -- Adverse reactions. Part two: Drugs used in dentistry. Autonomic drugs -- Nonopioid (nonnarcotic) analgesics -- Opioid (narcotic) analgesics and antagonists -- Antiinfective agents -- antifungal and antiviral agents -- Local anesthetics -- General anesthetics -- Antianxiety agents -- Oral conditions and their treatment -- Hygiene-related oral disorders. Part three: Drugs that may alter dental treatment. Drugs for the treatment of cardiovascular disease -- Drugs for the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders -- Drugs for the treatment of seizure disorders -- Drugs for the treatment of central nervous system disorders -- Adrenocorticosteroids -- Drugs for the treatment of respiratory disorders -- Drugs for the treatment of allergic rhinitis -- Drugs for the treatment of diabetes mellitus -- Drugs for the treatment of other endocrine disorders -- Antineoplastic drugs. Part four: Special situations. Emergency drugs -- Pregnancy and breastfeeding -- Drug abuse -- Natural/herbal products and dietary supplements. Appendixes: Compilation of the top 200 products of 2012 by total prescriptions -- Medical acronyms -- Medical terminology -- What if ... -- Oral manifestations: Xerostomia and taste changes -- Children's dose calculations -- Photo credit listing.
- Online access:
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- Library holdings:
MCPHS Circulation - Boston Campus
RK701 .R46 2016