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Contents Reference Works 2

Textbooks 12

Professional Titles 30

Subscription Products 39

Additional Titles 41

Index 42

Title and Price List 44


Stockley’s Herbal Medicines Interactions

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dicines Interactions
actions is a unique collaboration between a team of
eractions, clinical herbal medicines, phytopharmaco-
bal medicinal products. It provides an invaluable
professionals who require evidence-based information
Stockley’s
Herbal Medicines Interactions
onal medicines with herbal medicines, dietary
s.
re being used by an increasing number of people.
concurrently with conventional medicines, frequently
hcare professionals. As more evidence becomes
awareness of the potential, and actual, problems of
onal medicines and herbal medicines.
nteractions brings together available data on over 150 Edited by Elizabeth Williamson, Samuel Driver and Karen Baxter
rbal medicines, dietary supplements and nutraceuticals
researched and fully referenced monographs.

er to target key information at-a-glance

rstood, familiar to users of key drug interactions

ynonyms nomenclature includes approved


m Europe and the US

tions indexing, with lead-ins from appropriate


Williamson, Driver

tions by the Editors


and Baxter

its updateable, subscription-based counterparts”


American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
ferenced source of information regarding drug
ough, in-depth discussion of the clinical evidence reported
gnificance than other available books...”
Annals of Pharmacotherapy

summarising a wealth of information in concise, easily


source for all those interested in medicinal plants.”
Journal of Ethnopharmacology

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Reference Works

Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference Thirty-sixth Edition


• Interactions
• Pharmacokinetics
• Uses and Administration, including pharmacology
and dosages
• Preparations and brand names

Contents:
Vol 1:
Monographs on drugs and ancillary substances
arranged in 54 chapters. These chapters generally
each deal with a group of drugs that have similar
uses or actions. The last chapter in this volume
consists of monographs on substances not easily
classified elsewhere.

Vol 2:
Preparations. Lists the composition of more than
146,000 proprietary preparations
Directory of Manufacturers: Contains full names
and addresses (where available) of 13,000
manufacturers and distributors in 40 countries.
General Index: Prepared from over 153,000
entries, includes entries for drugs (UK, US and
international approved names, synonyms, and
chemical names), preparations, pharmaceutical
and therapeutic groups, and clinical uses (disease
treatment reviews).
‘‘This is the most reliable and respected reference on
international drugs’. Doody Enterprises

Martindale is available as print, CD-ROM and


online.
Readership: all pharmacists and healthcare
professionals.

Book
ISBN: 978 0 85369 840 1
Hardback (2 Vols) £375.00
276 x 219 mm Vol 1 – 2432 pp
Vol 2 – 1280 pp 2009
Edited by Sean C Sweetman
Prepared by the editorial staff of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain
Personal-user CD-ROM
The two volumes of Martindale provide unbiased, Updated key features:
evaluated information on drugs and medicines in • Encyclopaedic facts about drugs and medicines ISBN: 978 0 85369 841 8
clinical use around the world. Drugs are explored • 5,827 drug monographs £375.00 (+£65.63 VAT*) 2009
in a variety of contexts with nearly 700 disease • 146,000 preparations
treatments detailed. Graphical representations of • 47,750 reference citations
the chemical structures of many of these drugs are • 13,000 manufacturers
also provided. • 668 disease treatment reviews
Book and CD-ROM package
New for the thirty-sixth edition: • Synopses of disease treatments
• Enables identification of medicines, the local ISBN: 978 0 85369 842 5
• Extensively revised
equivalent and the manufacturer £545.00 (+£47.69 VAT*)
• Expanded coverage of drug synonyms to include
more names from Russia • Includes herbals, diagnostic agents,
• Polish and Turkish synonyms radiopharmaceuticals, pharmaceutical excipients,
• Coverage of proprietary preparations expanded toxins, and poisons as well as drugs and
to 40 countries, now including Indonesia, medicines available online via

Philippines, Poland and Turkey • Based on published information and extensively


• Veterinary ATC codes added referenced
Subscription packages are available.
• Chapters reorganized and expanded to better Information on drugs – the monographs For pricing for networks, consortia or group deals
reflect the clinical use of drugs • Synonyms, chemical names and further information regarding the integration
• New chapters: • Molecular formulae, molecular weight, CAS of content within pharmacy or clinical systems,
• Obstetric Drugs registry numbers, ATC codes please contact: Digital Content Sales Team at
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• Sex Hormones chapter expanded to cover • Pharmacopoeias com. Please visit www.medicinescomplete.com for
Modulators • Physical Characteristics further information.
• 230 new monographs • Actions and uses
• Adverse effects *VAT only applicable to UK customers, and to EU
• Precautions, including contraindications customers who do not give a valid VAT number
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British National Formulary


Published jointly by the British Medical Association The BNF is available in print, CD-ROM (intranet
and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great version), PDA, e-book and online. For more
Britain. information please visit www.pharmpress.com.
This essential reference provides up-to-date, practical
guidance on prescribing, dispensing, and administering Readership: Prescribers; pharmacists, nurses,
medicines. The BNF details medicines prescribed in dentists and other healthcare professionals; lawyers,
the UK, with special reference to their uses, cautions, policy makers, health systems managers. Anyone
contra-indications, side-effects, doses, and relative working in healthcare and all students training to join
costs. It enables healthcare professionals to maximise the health professions.
the benefits of drug treatment and minimise the risks,
while encouraging good compliance with treatment.

Updated every 6 months, the BNF evaluates clinical


evidence from diverse sources. The information
is validated by a network of clinical experts and is
published under the authority of a Joint Formulary BNF 59
Committee. The BNF reflects current best practice ISBN: 978 0 85369 929 3
as well as legal and professional guidelines relating to Paperback £29.99
the use of medicines.
215 x 130 mm 1024 pp Mar 2010
available online via

For individuals outside the UK, institutions, and BNF 60


corporate companies, subscription packages are ISBN: 978 0 85369 931 6
available via MedicinesComplete.
Paperback £29.99
Please visit www.medicinescomplete.com for
further information 215 x 130 mm 1024 pp Sep 2010

BNF for Children


Published jointly by the British Medical Readership: Prescribers in the NHS; pharmacists,
Association, the Royal Pharmaceutical dentists, nurses, health visitors and other
Society of Great Britain, the Royal College of healthcare professionals. All students training to
Paediatrics and Child Health and the Neonatal join the healthcare professions.
and Paediatric Pharmacists Group.
BNFC is the essential resource on the clinical use
of medicines wherever children are treated.
BNF for Children 2009
It has been developed to meet the needs of
GPs, paediatricians, pharmacists, dentists, nurses, ISBN: 978 0 85369 847 0
health visitors, and students training to join these Paperback £29.99
healthcare professions. BNFC provides: 215 x 130 mm 960 pp Jul 2009
• Guidance on the drug management of
common childhood conditions
• Practical advice on topics such as
prescription writing and reporting adverse BNF for Children 2010
drug reactions ISBN: 978 0 85369 927 9
• Hands-on information on prescribing, Paperback £29.99
monitoring, dispensing, and administering 215 x 130 mm 960pp Jul 2010
medicines for childhood disorders
• Comprehensive dosing guidance for children
from birth up to 18 years
• Details (including indicative prices) of available online via
products on the market as well as reference
to many essential products that are not
licensed For individuals outside the UK, institutions, and
• Indication of the licensing status of drugs corporate companies, subscription packages are
available via MedicinesComplete.
BNFC is available in print, PDA, e-book and online. Please visit www.medicinescomplete.com for
For more information please visit further information
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Stockley’s Drug Interactions Ninth Edition


Stockley’s Drug Interactions, edited by Karen Baxter,
remains the world’s most comprehensive and
authoritative reference source on drug interactions.
It provides the busy healthcare professional
with quick and easy access to clinically relevant,
evaluated and evidence-based information
on interactions between therapeutic drugs,
proprietary medicines, herbal medicines, foods,
drinks, pesticides and drugs of abuse.
Based upon the many thousands of published
clinical papers and reports, Stockley’s Drug
Interactions provides a series of detailed yet
concise monographs designed for quick and easy
reference.
• Provides comprehensive details of the
clinical evidence for the interactions under
discussion, an assessment of their clinical
importance and gives clear guidance on how
to manage the interaction in practice
• Contains over 3,800 monographs.
• Comprehensively referenced
New for the ninth edition:
• Over 300 new monographs
• All existing entries thoroughly reviewed and
revalidated
• 3 new chapters to allow particular focus
on the interactions of Thyroid Hormones,
Urological drugs, Nutritional agents,
Supplements, and Vitamins.
Available in print, CD ROM or online.

Reviews of previous edition


‘This book serves a valuable purpose in the medical
community…The authors offer a detailed and
clinically…relevant guide in a user friendly format.’
Doody Enterprises.
‘This book is a convenient source of detailed information
regarding major drug– drug, drug–herb, drug–nutrient,
and other types of interactions. The monographs are
generally concise and contain the basic elements for
assessing and managing most clinically significant drug
interactions.
The Annals of Pharmacotherapy.
New Edition Readership: all pharmacists and other healthcare
Edited by Karen Baxter, Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, UK professionals.
Consultant Editorial Advisor: Ivan H Stockley, Honorary Research Fellow,
University of Nottingham Medical School, UK

available online via Book


ISBN: 978 0 85369 914 9
Hardback £145.00
Stockley’s Drug Interactions and Stockley’s
Drug Interaction Alerts are available online via 276 x 219 mm 1792 pp May 2010
MedicinesComplete. Subscription packages
are available. Stockley’s Interaction Alerts are
derived from the full text of Stockley’s Drug
Interactions to provide healthcare professionals Personal-user CD-ROM
with a quick way to check for potential ISBN: 978 0 85369 915 6
interactions in a clinical setting. In essence the
Alerts summarise drug-drug, drug-herb and £145.00 (+£25.38 VAT*) May 2010
drug-food interactions in a few short lines
to give a quick ready-reference to whether
drugs can safely be taken together.
For pricing for networks, consortia or group
deals and further information regarding the Book and CD-ROM package
integration of content within pharmacy or ISBN: 978 0 85369 916 3
clinical systems, please contact: £205.00 (+£17.94 VAT*)
Digital Content Sales Team at Pharmaceutical Press
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Handbook of Pharmaceutical Excipients Sixth Edition Book


ISBN: 978 0 85369 792 3
Sixth
New for the sixth edition: Hardback £245.00
edition
• 40 new monographs including Glycine,
276 x 219 mm 928 pp 2009
Excipients Handbook of Hydroxypropyl Betadex and Tagatose
Pharmaceutical Excipients
Handbook of

nationally acclaimed reference work


Pharmaceutical Excipients • New coprocessed excipients monographs
including Cellulose, Microcrystalline and
prehensive sources of information on

Sixth edition
ociation and the Pharmaceutical

Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium, and also


aceutical Society of Great Britain.
around the world, expert in the

graphs:
number of currently used coprocessed
ydroxypropyl Betadex, Methionine,
Edited by
Lactose, Monohydrate and Corn Starch Personal-user CD-ROM
d Tagatose.
Raymond C Rowe, Paul J Sheskey and Marian E Quinn
ISBN: 978 0 85369 793 0
d updated, many including NIR

l properties of excipients • Many additional excipients covered as related


£245.00 (+£42.88 VAT*) 2009
nal sources including: pharmacopeias,
s, and manufacturers’ data.
ing, and safety of excipients.
ith many additional excipients
substances
formation on trade names and
available.
ntial resource for formulators in the
• Harmonisation of pharmacopoeial information
highlighted for relevant monographs
n the formulation or production of

ated, comprehensive reference that


roduction, and regulation of the
ment and Industrial Pharmacy, 2006
• More selective approach to laboratory data,
to reduce potential confusion resulting from Book and CD-ROM Package
ed an excellent book which has utility
Quinn
Sheskey
Rowe

t is time to update your last edition!’


Toxicology Society Newsletter, 2006

variations in test methodology


orkshire, UK
MI, USA
t Britain, London, UK
ISBN: 978 0 85369 794 7
omplete.com
• Comparative laboratory data retained where £375.00 (+£32.81 VAT*)
relevant or useful in showing source or batch
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differences
• Contextualised to show a range of both *VAT only applicable to UK customers, and to EU
Edited by Raymond C Rowe, Chief Scientist,
common and uncommon pharmaceutical customers who do not give a valid VAT number.
Intelligensys Ltd., Stokesley, North Yorkshire, UK
applications
Paul J Sheskey, Technical Services Leader, The Dow • Extensive data on the applications, licensing and
Chemical Company, Midland, MI, USA safety of excipients.
available online via

Marian E Quinn, Development Editor, Royal Monographs are extensively illustrated, with SEMs,
Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, London, UK chemical structure diagrams and two-colour NIR Subscription packages are available.
Published jointly by Pharmaceutical Press and the spectra, line graphs, and tables to support easy For pricing for networks, consortia or group
American Pharmacists Association interpretation of the accompanying text. deals and further information regarding the
The Handbook of Pharmaceutical Excipients is Available as print, CD ROM and online. integration of content within pharmacy or
internationally recognised as the authority on the Readership: Essential resource for formulators clinical systems, please contact:
uses, properties and safety of excipients. The in the pharmaceutical industry, as well as those Digital Content Sales Team at Pharmaceutical Press
new sixth edition contains 340 fully-referenced Email: sales@medicinescomplete.com
interested in the formulation or production of
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confectionery, cosmetics, and food products.
pharmaceutical scientists and individually reviewed further information.
and updated since the last edition.

Herbal Medicines Third Edition


Herbal Medicines provides a comprehensive ‘This third edition has excelled in the delivery of
single source of scientifically rigorous, impartial vital information in a bright, easily read, modern but
information on over 150 of the most commonly detailed manner…The strength of this book lies in the
used herbal medicinal products. The third edition accumulated knowledge and experience of the authors.’
has been extensively revised and updated. Complementary Medicine.
Features include:
• Full colour throughout, with chemical structures
and photographs of the plant and crude drug Book
material ISBN: 978 0 85369 623 0
• 152 monographs, comprehensively referenced,
detailing phytochemical, pharmacological
Hardback £75.00
and clinical aspects of each herb (uses, 276 x 219 mm 720 pp 2007
dosage, evidence of efficacy, adverse effects,
contraindications, use in pregnancy and lactation,
drug interactions, etc.)
• New monographs on butterbur (Petasites Book and CD-ROM package
hybridus), greater celandine (Chelidonium ISBN: 978 0 85369 656 8
majus), kava (Piper methysticum) and rhodiola £110.00 (+£9.63 VAT*)
(Rhodiola rosea)
• Monographs on around 20 major herbal
medicines substantially revised, including *VAT only applicable to UK customers, and to EU
echinacea, evening primrose, ginkgo, ginseng, customers who do not give a valid VAT number
St John’s wort and valerian
• Product information from over 30 countries
including Australia, Germany, UK and USA. available online via
Joanne Barnes, Associate Professor in Herbal
Medicines, The School of Pharmacy, University of Written by experts in the fields of pharmacognosy,
Auckland, New Zealand phytochemistry, phytopharmacy, clinical herbal
medicines, phytopharmacovigilance and regulation Subscription packages are available.
Linda A Anderson, Principal Pharmaceutical For pricing for networks, consortia or group
Assessor, Medicines and Healthcare products of herbal medicinal products, Herbal Medicines
is an invaluable reference text for pharmacists deals and further information regarding the
Regulatory Agency, London, UK integration of content within pharmacy or
J David Phillipson, Emeritus Professor, Centre for and other healthcare professionals who require
evidence-based information on herbal medicines clinical systems, please contact:
Pharmacognosy and Phytotherapy, The School of Digital Content Sales Team at Pharmaceutical Press
Pharmacy, University of London, UK used for treatment and prevention of health
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Highly Commended Public Health category further information.
2008 BMA Medical Book Competition
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Reference Works

Stockley’s Herbal Medicines Interactions: A guide to the interactions of herbal medicines,


dietary supplements and nutraceuticals with conventional medicines
Stockley’s Herbal Medicines Interactions is “Pharmacists, clinicians and other health care
the first professional-level major reference providers as well as practitioners of alternative
Stockley’s Herbal Medicines Interactions

work to bring together available clinical and medicines will welcome the addition to the respected
ns experimental interactions data on over 150 of Stockley family of this considered, pragmatic
the most commonly used herbal medicines,
m of
maco-
e
rmation
Stockley’s dietary supplements and nutraceuticals in highly
approach to herbal medicines interactions.”
Professor Michael Heinrich, University of London, UK
ple. Herbal Medicines Interactions structured, fully referenced and rigorously
uently
assessed monographs.
Book
s
ms of

er 150
euticals
Edited by Elizabeth Williamson, Samuel Driver and Karen Baxter Each monograph includes: ISBN: 978 0 85369 760 2
• nomenclature
• global, fully-indexed synonyms Hardback £50.00
•B  ritish, European and US pharmacopoeial 246 x 189 mm 432 pp 2009
information
• c onstituents (including standardisation
information where applicable) Book and CD-ROM package
Williamson, Driver

• common uses and indications


ISBN: 978 0 85369 865 4
and Baxter

ducation
• interaction-specific pharmacokinetics
reported
• h erbal medicines, dietary supplements and £75.00 (+£6.56 VAT*)
otherapy

easily

nutraceuticals interactions with conventional
macology
medicines *VAT only applicable to UK customers, and to EU
• comprehensive primary reference list. customers who do not give a valid VAT number
Written by experts in the fields of drug
interactions, clinical herbal medicines, available online via
phytopharmacovigilance and regulation of
Edited by Elizabeth Williamson, Professor of 18/6/09 18:22:32
herbal medicinal products, this is an invaluable
Pharmacy and Director of Pharmacy Practice, reference text for pharmacists and other Subscription packages are available.
University of Reading, Reading, UK. Chair of the healthcare professionals who require evidence- For pricing for networks, consortia or group
British Pharmacopoeia. Commission’s Expert Advisory based information on the interactions of herbal deals and further information regarding the
Group for Herbal and Complementary medicines medicines, dietary supplements and nutraceuticals. integration of content within pharmacy or
Samuel Driver, Development Editor, Stockley’s clinical systems, please contact:
Herbal Medicines Interactions, Royal Pharmaceutical Readership: community and hospital
Digital Content Sales Team at Pharmaceutical Press
Society of Great Britain, UK pharmacists, GPs, medicines information
Email: sales@medicinescomplete.com
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Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, UK professionals, health students and professionals.
further information.

Rules and Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Distributors 2007


Since its first publication in 1971 this text,
commonly known as the ‘Orange Guide’, has Book
been an essential reference for all involved in ISBN: 978 0 85369 719 0
the manufacture or distribution of medicines Paperback £40.00
in Europe. The resource collates, in one 244 x 172mm 448 pp 2007
convenient and authoritative source, European
and UK guidance documents and information
on legislation relating to the manufacture and
distribution of medicines for human use.
Book and CD-ROM Package
Changes to this edition include:
ISBN: 978 0 85369 721 3
•D
 etailed changes to the EU guide to good
manufacturing practice
£60.00 (+£5.25 VAT*)
•D etailed revisions to the EU Directive on
medicinal products for human use
•T he new Directive on the Principles and *VAT only applicable to UK customers, and to EU
Guidelines on Good Manufacturing Practice of customers who do not give a valid VAT number
Medicinal Products for Human Use
•R estructured contents and clearer text design
• A subject index available online via
The Orange Guide is available in print, CD ROM
and online.
Subscription packages are available.
‘As a reproduction of official rule and regulations that For pricing for networks, consortia or group
every manufacturer needs, this is a must-have item deals and further information regarding the
Compiled by Medicines and Healthcare for any endeavour doing business within the EU or integration of content within pharmacy or
products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), planning to do so in the future.’ Doody Enterprises. clinical systems, please contact:
London, UK Readership: industrial pharmacists, hospital Digital Content Sales Team at Pharmaceutical Press
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Dietary Supplements Third Edition


The third edition of Dietary Supplements has
been completely revised and updated to include Book
the latest findings on the most commonly used ISBN: 978 0 85369 653 7
dietary supplements. This publication will help Hardback £39.99
professionals obtain up-to-date information on 246 x 189 mm 416 pp 2007
safety and efficacy.
Dietary Supplements includes:
• 82 comprehensively referenced monographs
• Full revisions and updates on all monographs, Book and CD-ROM Package
with particular emphasis on: antioxidants, ISBN: 978 0 85369 729 9
calcium, creatine, glucosamine, omega 3 fish oils,
£60.00 (+£5.25 VAT*)
probiotics, selenium and vitamin
• 10 monographs new to this edition on:
methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), nickel,
pycnogenol, phytosterols, psyllium, quercetin, *VAT only applicable to UK customers, and to EU
resveratrol, silicon, tin and vanadium customers who do not give a valid VAT number.
• Regulations relating to dietary supplements in
UK, Europe and the USA available online via
• Useful appendices including a summary of
interactions with conventional medicines
Available as print, CD-ROM and online. Subscription packages are available.
For pricing for networks, consortia or group
Readership: an essential reference source for deals and further information regarding the
pharmacists, dieticians, CAM practitioners and integration of content within pharmacy or Pamela Mason, Independent Pharmaceutical
other health professionals. clinical systems, please contact: Consultant, UK
‘Each section of this book is comprehensively Digital Content Sales Team at Pharmaceutical Press
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The growth in the dietary supplement market and further information.
considerable consumer interest makes such a concise
reference desirable.’ Doody Enterprises.

Clarke’s Analysis of Drugs and Poisons Third Edition


This practical manual and standard reference work
provides the definitive source of analytical data for Book
drugs and poisons. It is intended for use primarily
by scientists faced with identifying and quantifying
ISBN: 978 0 85369 473 1
Clarke’s Analysis of
these substances in body fluids, tissue samples and Hardback (2 Vols) £350.00 Drugs and Poisons
pharmaceutical and industrial products. 276 x 219 mm Vol 1 672 pp Third edition

Edited by
The completely revised and expanded third edition of 276 Clarke’s
x 219
Drugs mm Vol 2
Analysis of
and Poisons 1464 pp Anthony C Moffat, M David Osselton and Brian Widdop

Clarke’s Analysis of Drugs and Poisons has been written 2004Edited by


Third edition
Volume 1
by over 40 international experts, and also boasts an Anthony C Moffat,
Clarke’s Analysis of Drugs and Poisons is the new name for the well-
established Clarke’s Isolation and Identification of Drugs. This reference
work is the definitive source of analytical data for drugs and poisons.
M David Osselton
editorial advisory board of over 45 world renowned and Brian Widdop
This completely revised and updated new edition comprises two volumes.

Volume One contains 31 chapters by leading international scientists.

scientists. There are 13 chapters covering analytical toxicology techniques including:


• Immunoassays, ultraviolet, visible and fluorescence spectrophotometry
• Infra-red, near-infrared, Raman and nuclear magnetic

Volume one contains 31 chapters by leading


resonance spectroscopy
• Mass spectrometry

international scientists covering the practice areas and Book and CD-ROM Package • Thin-layer, gas and high performance liquid chromatography
• Capillary electrophoresis

ISBN: 978 0 85369 562 2


An additional 18 chapters deal with the applications of analytical

analytical procedures used in analytical toxicology. toxicology techniques in areas such as:
• Hospital, forensic and postmortem toxicology

Volume two contains 1737 drug and poison


• Alcohol, drugs and driving

£495.00 (+£43.31 VAT*) • Workplace drug testing


• Analysis of hair and saliva

monographs detailing physical properties, analytical • Drug abuse in sport


• Therapeutic drug monitoring
• Poisoning by natural toxins

methods, pharmacokinetic data and toxicity date. • Volatile substance abuse


• Pesticide poisoning
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Aromatherapy Science: A guide for healthcare professionals


Maria Lis-Balchin, Honorary Research Fellow and formerly Reader in Applied Biochemistry,
School of Applied Science, South Bank University, London, UK
This unique book takes an analytical and scientific approach to aromatherapy
practices and principles based on the scientific evidence to date.
Aromatherapy Science consists of eight chapters and 68 monographs.
The chapters review the scientific basis of aromatherapy and
contents include:
• historical background
• aromatherapy practice
• chemistry of essential oils
• bioactivity of essential oils
• science of smell
• safety issue
• clinical studies.
The monographs cover commonly used essential oils and their therapeutic
uses, details of toxicity, bioactivity, contraindications and clinical studies.
This book provides pharmacists, GPs, nurses and other healthcare
professionals with reliable scientifically based information on this growing
discipline.
Readership: pharmacists, GPs, aromatherapists, nurses and other
healthcare professionals.

ISBN: 978 0 85369 578 3


Hardback £34.99
246 x 189 mm 480 pp 2006

Clinical Pharmacy Pocket Companion


Jane Wright, Lead Pharmacist, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation, UK This is a useful, practical guide in a handy format. It is
Alistair Gray, Community Services Pharmacist, Queens Park Hospital, an invaluable tool for practising pharmacists, medical
Blackburn, UK staff, clinical technicians and also a helpful study aid for
Vincent Goodey, Medicines Information Pharmacist, Queens Park Hospital,
pharmacy students.
Blackburn, UK
Readership: all pharmacists involved in patient care,
Clinical Pharmacy Pocket Companion is an A-Z handbook undergraduates, preregistration pharmacy graduates,
containing concise and practical pharmaceutical information pharmacists returning to or crossing into hospital
for clinical pharmacists and other healthcare professionals. pharmacy, primary care pharmacists, clinical technicians
It provides the user with a range of tools, suggestions and and medicine information departments.
advice to assist in the provision of pharmaceutical care.
Bringing together disparate information not easily found in Available on PDA
other reference sources, this book deals with obscure problems Part of the Pocket Companion Series
as well as routine queries including those arising from:
• Therapeutic drug monitoring ISBN: 978 0 85369 649 0
• Electrolyte disturbances
PVC £21.99
• Management of disease states
• Perioperative drug administration. 180 x 100 mm 480 pp 2006

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Dietary Supplements Pocket Companion


Pamela Mason, Independent Pharmaceutical Consultant, UK This pocket companion is an essential reference for
Dietary Supplements Pocket Companion provides busy pharmacists, dieticians, CAM practitioners and other
healthcare professionals with a small and conveniently health professionals looking for up-to-date information on
sized quick-reference text. It draws on the wealth of safety and efficacy of dietary supplements.
evidence-based information on the most commonly used Readership: pharmacists, dieticians, GPs, nurses,
dietary supplements presented in the full reference work students and complementary therapists.
Dietary Supplements.
The content includes:
• 88 monographs on specific food supplement ingredients Part of the Pocket Companion Series
• new monographs on arginine, dong quai, 5-HTP,
hydroxycitric acid, multivitamins and pumpkin seed ISBN: 978 0 85369 761 9
• latest evidence summarised in tabular format for quick PVC £19.99
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Good Pharmacovigilance Practice Guide


Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) ‘This is an easy-to-read, practical guide that navigates relevant
This book is an essential guide to good pharmacovigilance pharmacovigilance legislation and guidance’.
practice for the pharmaceutical industry. It complements The Annals of Pharmacotherapy
current legislation and guidance and provides practical Readership: UK and European pharmaceutical industry
advice about achieving an appropriate system of (Marketing Authorisation Holders), pharmacovigilance
pharmacovigilance. consultants and contractors, pharmaceutical libraries and
Designed primarily for UK Marketing Authorisation pharma industry worldwide.
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services for pharmacovigilance activities. Reference to
European legislation and guidance, makes this guide ISBN: 978 0 85369 834 0
applicable across Europe. Paperback £29.99
244 x 172 mm 232 pp 2009

Handbook of Drug Administration via Enteral Feeding Tubes


Rebecca White, Lead Pharmacist, Surgery and Nutrition, Oxford Radcliffe ‘For the reader who is frequently searching for available
Hospitals, Oxford, UK information on this method of drug administration, this text
Vicky Bradnam, Chief Pharmacist, Princess Royal University Hospital,
Orpington, Kent; On behalf of the British Pharmaceutical Nutrition Group, UK
provides a single source for the limited information available.’
Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy
This is a practical guide to the safe administration
Readership: pharmacists, doctors, nurses, dieticians
of medicines via enteral feeding tubes. Ten chapters in hospitals, community pharmacists, GPs, community/
provide the background knowledge to inform clinical district nurses, community dieticians, nursing homes,
decisions, and the accompanying 344 monographs contain and hospices.
guidance on the safe administration of specific drugs and
formulations. ISBN: 978 0 85369 648 3
Contents include: types of enteral feeding tubes, tube Paperback £39.99
flushing, restoring and maintaining patency, drug therapy 215 x 130 mm 592 pp 2007
review, medication formulation choice, unlicensed
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available online via

Handbook of Extemporaneous Preparation: A guide to pharmaceutical compounding


Edited by Mark Jackson, Quality Assurance/Research Pharmacist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals, Hunslet, UK
Andrew Lowey, Quality Control Manager, Leeds Teaching Hospitals, Hunslet, UK

Handbook of Extemporaneous Preparation is a concise guide to good practice in


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• the formula,
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• risk assessment,
• stability,
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• current references.
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worldwide.
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industry libraries, regulatory bodies and ‘Specials’ manufacturers.

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Homeopathic Prescribing Pocket Companion


Steven B Kayne, Honorary Consultant Pharmacist, Glasgow Homeopathic ‘[The authors] have set out to provide practical assistance
Hospital; Honorary Lecturer in Complementary Medicine, University of to their colleagues wishing to advise on homeopathy. I
Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
Lee R Kayne, Visiting Researcher in Pharmacy Practice at the University of believe they have achieved this goal admirably and this small
Strathclyde; Pharmacy Dean of the UK Faculty of Homeopathy, Glasgow, UK pocket companion would be an extremely valuable tool for
pharmacists.’ New Zealand Pharmacy
This concise pocket book is perfect for the busy
pharmacist who wants a useful hands-on pocket guide Readership: community and hospital pharmacists, CAM
to homeopathy. It offers all the basic information that practitioners, undergraduate and postgraduate pharmacy
pharmacists need in relation to homeopathic remedies. students, healthcare professionals and researchers, general public.
Part one provides a general introduction to homeopathy Available on PDA
and the related disciplines of anthroposophy, Biochemic Part of the Pocket Companion Series
Salt and flower therapy. Part two includes decision tree
prescribing flowcharts supported by supplementary ISBN: 978 0 85369 697 1
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homeopathic medicine to treat a range of conditions. 180 x 100 mm 208 pp 2007

Injectable Drugs Pocket Companion


Alistair Gray, Senior Clinical Pharmacist (Community & Paediatric Services), Royal Blackburn Hospital, UK
Jane Wright, Lead pharmacist, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, Pendle View, Royal Blackburn Hospital, UK
Vincent Goodey, Deputy Director of Pharmacy, Royal Blackburn Hospital, UK
Lynn Bruce, Senior Clinical Pharmacist (Medical Assessment Unit), Royal Blackburn Hospital, UK

This concise pocket guide consists of an A-Z of 400 injectable drugs in monograph format. It provides
quick and easy reference to the important information needed for safe and effective administration of
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Monitoring requirements during treatment are highlighted as well as information on dose, storage,
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The safe administration of drugs by injection is an essential activity that is performed daily in the healthcare
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This guide covers:
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Part of the Pocket Companion Series

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Nurse Prescribers’ Formulary for Community Practitioners 2009-2011


Published by the British Medical Association and the Royal Prescribers and contains details of preparations which
Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain in association with the
nurses may prescribe for patients receiving NHS
Community Practitioners’ and Health Visitors’ Association and the
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The Nurse Prescribers’ Formulary for Community Practitioners Issued every two years, this work is designed for use with
(NPF) is designed for use by nurse prescribers such as the BNF (British National Formulary).
District Nurses and Specialist Community Public Health Readership: nurses undertaking training in prescribing,
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Department, Southampton General Hospital, Southampton, UK
illustrate the principles discussed.
Mike Stroud, Senior Lecturer in Medicine and Nutrition and Consultant
Gastroenterologist, Institute of Human Nutrition, Southampton General Readership: hospital based multidisciplinary nutrition
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Prescribing Adult Intravenous Nutrition is an introductory healthcare undergraduates worldwide.
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Rules and Guidance for Pharmaceutical Distributors 2007


Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) This guide includes:
This publication provides guidance for distributors of • EU guidelines on Good Distribution Practice
medicines for human use in Europe. First published in • UK guidance on wholesale distribution practice
2007, Rules and Guidance for Pharmaceutical Distributors • EU legislation on wholesale distribution and
reproduces those elements of the 2007 edition of • UK legislation on wholesale distribution.
Rules and Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Readership: all those involved in the distribution of
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specific to the wholesale supply and distribution of
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Essential information to ensure the safe distribution of
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Also available: Rules and Guidance for Pharmaceutical Paperback £19.99
Manufacturers and Distributors 2007. 244 x 172 mm 96 pp 2007

Stockley’s Drug Interactions Pocket Companion 2010


Edited by Karen Baxter, Editor of Stockley’s Drug Interactions, Review of the previous edition
Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, London, UK ‘The text is well written and straightforward and is structured
This updated new edition provides the busy healthcare alphabetically with highlighted tabs, which allows for quick
professional with a small and conveniently sized, searching and retrieval of information’. Crit Care Med
quick-reference Stockley text. It draws on the wealth Readership: physicians, pharmacists and other
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drug-drug, drug-herb and drug-food interactions that
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ISBN: 978 085369 917 0
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New Edition

The Veterinary Formulary Sixth Edition


Edited by Yolande Bishop, Veterinarian, Roquecor, France • Several new sections, including prescribing for rabbits,
The Veterinary Formulary is an important formulary of Neonicotinoids, Avian Pneumovirus and Mycoplasmosis
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companion animals, large animals, food producing animals veterinary practice
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• 51 contributors including many new contributors
notes on treatment along with information on drug classes
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veterinary practice are also described.
This edition has been fully revised and updated and
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Health Economics
Jordan Braverman, Formerly Director of Health Policy Analysis at The economics of each field are discussed in detail, with
Georgetown University Health Policy Center, USA all their socio-economic and political ramifications both
This insightful and timely book is an introductory within and outside the health care system. This insightful
discourse of health care in America today designed and timely book is an invaluable resource for students of
to acquaint students with a practical analysis of the any health care discipline, practising health care physicians,
prominent economic issues. It considers healthcare in economists, sociologists and health care researchers
terms of cost, affordability and historical development wishing to know more about the current health care crisis
and assesses contributing factors to the economic health in the USA and what mechanisms exist to counter it.
crisis, including medical technology, prescription drugs and Readership: students of any healthcare discipline,
hospital care. practising healthcare physicians, economists, sociologists
Addressing the magnitude of the economic crisis, as well and healthcare researchers.
as physician and nursing home care and managed care,
coverage also includes:
• home and hospice care Part of the Pharmacy Business and Administration Series
• health care planning
• private health insurance ISBN: 978 0 85369 867 8
• medicaid and medicare Paperback £29.99
• health care fraud and abuse 234 x 156 mm 384 pp Jan 2010
• national health insurance.

Health Policy and Ethics


Jack Fincham, Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Administration, Health Policy and Ethics is an essential resource to those
University of Missouri, USA
involved in health policy decision making and those with
This concise new title provides comprehensive coverage an interest in health policy.
of international (and global) health policy and ethics. It Readership: pharmacy MBA students, those studying
provides an in-depth review of the pertinent background Public Health, Pharmacy Administration and Social
concepts, current issues, future needs and assessments. Pharmacy and/or Public Affairs.
The scope of the book includes health policy, ethics,
economics and healthcare delivery.
It contains in-depth coverage of:
• issues of disparity
• culture
• ethics
• type of medicine (traditional vs. western)
• access Part of the Pharmacy Business and Administration Series
• quality of care
• internationality.
ISBN: 978 085369 838 8
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234 x 156 mm 288 pp Mar 2011

Hospital Pre-registration Pharmacist Training


Aamer Safdar, Principal Pharmacist Lead for Education and Development, The experiences included range from a district general
Preregistration Tutor and Manager, Guy’s Hospital, London, UK
hospital to a large teaching hospital perspective and will
Shirley Ip, Senior Pharmacist for Education and Development, RPSGB
Preregistration Tutor, Guy’s Hospital, London, UK enable easy reference during training.
This comprehensive handbook provides a practical Readership: pharmacy undergraduate students, hospital
explanation for undergraduates and pre-registration pre-registration trainees, hospital pre-registration tutors
trainees on what to expect from a hospital pre-registration and trainers.
training programme.
Comprised of tips, hints, past experiences and anecdotes
from the authors in their roles as pre-registration tutors,
this accessible book provides encouragement and
guidance throughout the pre-registration process.
Many areas are covered, including:
• finding
 specialist placements
• getting to know your workplace, your tutor and team Part of the Tomorrow’s Pharmacist Series
• looking for your first job
• preparing for the registration exam ISBN: 978 0 85369 785 5
• making the transition from student to professional. Paperback £19.99
216 x138 mm 200 pp 2009
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An Introduction to Clinical Pharmaceutics


Alexander T Florence, Former Dean, School of Pharmacy, University of support the information. Relevant examples from recent
London, UK
literature are also included to further aid study. This new
This unique introductory textbook provides a description textbook covers all the principles underpinning clinical
of a variety of dosage forms, detailing their clinical pharmaceutics and includes up-to-date information on
importance, use and behaviour in different age groups recent developments such as personalised therapies and
and patient groups. This title considers the importance genomics.
of pharmaceutics and pharmaceutical dosage form design Readership: undergraduate and postgraduate pharmacy
and provides information on the clinical use of modern students’ worldwide, practising pharmacists, other
drugs. healthcare students, pharmaceutical libraries worldwide.
Contents include:
• drugs and excipients
• oral formulations
• parenteral formulations
• adverse reactions
• pharmaceutics and the neonate
• pharmaceutics of disease states
• advanced delivery systems. ISBN: 978 08536 691 9
Paperback £24.99
Clinical case studies are included throughout the book to
234 x156 mm 208 pp Feb 2010

Introduction to Pharmaceutical Calculations Second Edition


Judith A Rees, Senior Lecturer, School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical This edition has been revised and expanded to include
Sciences, University of Manchester, UK
a new chapter on accuracy of measurements, a new
Ian Smith, Boots Teacher Practitioner, School of Pharmacy and
Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Manchester, UK appendix on performing arithmetical routines such as
Brian Smith, Formerly Mathematics Teacher, Manchester, UK multiplication and division of integers and fractions, and
Errors in calculating drug dosages can cause significant updated worked examples.
harm to patients, particularly neonates, infants and ‘[It] utilizes a practical approach to pharmaceutical
children, therefore it is essential that pharmacists fully calculations.The merit of this book lies in its systematic
understand pharmaceutical calculations. approach to problem-solving via the consistent use of
Written by pharmacy teachers, this concise textbook proportions.’ American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
provides a concise introduction to drug dosage and other Readership: pharmacy undergraduates, preregistration
pharmaceutical calculations. It includes numerous worked pharmacy graduates in the UK and students.
examples and sample questions and answers.

ISBN: 978 0 85369 603 2


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234 x 156 mm 240 pp 2005

Pharmaceutical Calculations Workbook: A companion to Introduction to Pharmaceutical Calculations


Judith A Rees, Senior Lecturer, School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Readership: pharmacy undergraduates, preregistration
Sciences, University of Manchester, UK
pharmacy graduates and pharmacy.
Ian Smith, Boots Teacher Practitioner, School of Pharmacy and
Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Manchester, UK
This is the companion self-study aid to Introduction to
Pharmaceutical Calculations for practising calculations
similar to those that may be presented in pharmacy
examinations and in practice.
ISBN: 978 0 85369 602 5
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Introduction to Statistics in Pharmaceutical Clinical Trials


Todd A Durham, Senior Director, Inspire Pharmaceuticals, North Carolina, USA ‘It fills the gap that exists between books that focus on
J Rick Turner, Associate Professor of Clinical Research, North Carolina, USA research design and those that address statistical methods.
This book provides an ideal introduction to statistics The authors have clearly met this worthy objective.’
presented in the context of clinical trials conducted during Doody Enterprises
pharmaceutical drug development. This novel approach
Readership: pharmacy undergraduate students, clinical
both teaches the computational steps needed to conduct
research students, postgraduate pharmaceutical science
analyses and provides a conceptual understanding of how
students, research and development scientists, clinical
these analyses provide information that forms the rational
research study personnel, clinicians and medical writers.
basis for decision making throughout the drug development
process.
This textbook conveys:
• why, and how data are collected in clinical studies
• how these data are summarised and analysed
• what the results mean in the context of the clinical
research question
• how the results are communicated to regulatory agencies
and to the scientific and medical communities. ISBN: 978 0 85369 714 5
Paperback £29.99
246 x189 mm 240 pp 2008

Lecture Notes in Pharmacy Practice


Edited by Lilian M Azzopardi, Head, Department of Pharmacy, University This comprehensive revision book presents a concise
of Malta, Msida, Malta summary of basic principles in pharmacy practice with
Lecture Notes in Pharmacy Practice is an essential resource reference to clinical pharmacy in the community and
for students revising for exams. It presents concise, hospital setting. It also provides insight into the practice of
factual, bulleted information for quick and easy reference pharmacy in other areas.
and includes MCQs at the end of each chapter to aid This essential resource complements other study guides
exam preparation. in the FASTtrack series and is ideal for students wanting to
This comprehensive text is divided into three parts: study for exams.
• an introduction to pharmacy Readership: pharmacy students and registration trainees.
• responding to minor ailments and pharmacy
administration
• clinical pharmacy and pharmacotherapeutics.

ISBN: 978 0 85369 766 4


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246 x 189 mm 464 pp Jan 2010

MCQs in Clinical Pharmacy


Edited by Lilian M Azzopardi, Head, Department of Pharmacy, University ‘The answers provide clear and straightforward
of Malta, Msida, Malta
explanations.....Altogether this is a wholesome and useful
Questions in this popular textbook are practice-oriented book and certainly worth considering if you’re studying clinical
and will assess students’ knowledge of clinical issues, pharmacy.’ Chemist and Druggist
evaluative and analytical skills, and ability to apply their
knowledge in clinical practice. Online MCQs available at www.pharmpress.com
Topics include:
• therapeutics and rational drug use Readership: undergraduate pharmacy students,
• aetiology of disease states preregistration pharmacists, academics and practising
• presentation of conditions pharmacists.
• investigations and diagnostic testing
• drug therapy including adverse drug reactions
• drug interactions
• contra-indications.
The questions are presented as four practice tests, each
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A further 20 MCQs are available online at Paperback £19.99
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MCQs in Pharmaceutical Calculations


Ryan Donnelly Lecturer in Pharmaceutics, School of Pharmacy, Queens •d
 escriptive answers giving the reasoning behind the
University, Belfast, UK
answers
Johanne Barry Teaching Fellow, School of Pharmacy, Queens University,
Belfast, UK An additional 100 calculation-based MCQs, in the
This is an invaluable revision book in calculations for format of both the RPSGB and the PSNI registration
pharmacy students and registration trainees. It comprises examinations, are available on the FASTtrack website
of around 350 MCQs which allow students to test www.fasttrackpharmacy.com.
themselves and gain much needed experience on what is
often regarded as one of the most difficult sections of the Readership: pharmacy undergraduate students,
course. registration trainees, academics/lecturers in schools of
pharmacy, registration tutors (at schools and in hospital/
It includes:
community setting), nursing and medical students.
• 3 60 calculations questions in three commonly used
multiple choice formats
•q  uestions based on important areas in pharmaceutical
science and practice: Part of the Tomorrow’s Pharmacist Series
• manipulation of formulae and dilutions
• dosing ISBN: 978 0 85369 836 4
• pharmacokinetics
Paperback £19.99
• formulation and dispensing
• pharmaceutical chemistry 216 x 138 mm 224pp 2009

MCQs in Pharmaceutical Science


Edited by Sanjay Garg, School of Pharmacy, University of Auckland, Online MCQs available at www.pharmpress.com
New Zealand
Designed as a study aid, this invaluable resource is Readership: Pharmacy students, academics in
comprised of 300 MCQs and answers in pharmaceutical pharmaceutical science, pharmacy technicians, pharmacy
science. associations.
Questions included in each chapter, cover the basic,
conventional and novel delivery systems and allow
students to gain much needed practice in this discipline.
Topics include:
• Routes of administration
• Controlled release systems
• Dosage form design
• Thermodynamics
• Liquid dosage forms, solutions and emulsions
• Cosmetics and herbal formulations
• Pharmacokinetics and Biopharmaceutics.
ISBN: 978 0 85369 913 2
Paperback £26.99
234 x 156 mm 512 pp Dec 2010

MCQs in Pharmacy Practice Second Edition


Edited by Lilian M Azzopardi, Head, Department of Pharmacy, University Online MCQs available at www.pharmpress.com
of Malta, Msida, Malta
This new edition has been completely revised and now Readership: undergraduate and postgraduate pharmacy
includes 100 open-book questions and 100 new closed- students, and anyone preparing to sit a multiple choice
book questions. question examination in pharmacy.
Designed as a revision aid, this popular textbook covers
topics commonly featured in pharmacy undergraduate,
registration and licensing multiple choice examinations.
Topics include:
• general pharmacy practice interventions
• simple pharmaceutical calculations
• doses and strengths
• nomenclature and abbreviations
• dosage forms
• biochemical tests
New Edition • side-effects ISBN: 978 0 85369 839 5
• common diseases. Paperback £19.99
234 x 156 mm 464 pp Sep 2009
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Further MCQs in Pharmacy Practice


Edited by Lilian M Azzopardi, Head, Department of Pharmacy, University ‘The open-book section and the provision of explanations to
of Malta, Malta
the answers will help readers (pre-registration students as well
Following on from the success of MCQs in Pharmacy as registered pharmacists) to identify areas of strength and
Practice the authors have produced a further 600 weakness in their pharmacy knowledge.’
completely new questions to work through. Pharmacy World and Science
600 questions are presented as 6 practice tests covering Online MCQs are available at www.pharmpress.com
a variety of topics, each test consisting of 100 questions
including open-book and closed-book sections. The Readership: undergraduate and postgraduate pharmacy
questions are practice-oriented and are intended to assess students, academics and practising pharmacists.
knowledge, evaluative and analytical skills, and ability
to apply that knowledge in clinical practice. A variety
of formats of multiple choice questions are presented
including a best-five format where the candidate is
required to present sequentially the best answer.
Topics covered include: pharmacy practice interventions,
pharmaceutical care, disease management, pharmaceutical
ISBN: 978 0 85369 665 0
calculations, trade and generic names, classification
of medicines, dosage forms, side-effects and contra- Paperback £19.99
indications, drug interactions, clinical investigations, 234 x 156 mm 416 pp 2006
medical devices, nomenclature and abbreviations.

Minor Illness or Major Disease?: The clinical pharmacist in the community Fourth Edition
Clive Edwards, Prescribing Advisor, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK There is also a new section on preventative self-care,
Paul Stillman, General Practitioner, Sussex, UK with new chapters that focus on the interventions which
Written by a pharmacist and a general practitioner, pharmacists can make and the opportunistic advice they
this text provides a clear, concise guide to the disease can give to reduce health risks and to promote their public
symptoms frequently encountered in community practice. health role.
It describes the rational approach to establishing whether
‘It is a must-read for all pharmacists to ensure that they give
symptoms are minor, and can be dealt with by the
the best medical treatment and advice to their patients.’
pharmacist, or whether referral to a medical practitioner
The Pharmacy Journal
is necessary.
This edition includes: Readership: community pharmacists and pharmacy
• new POM to P medicines students.
• a dvice on commonly-used over the counter medicines
(OTCs)
• evidence for the use of OTCs
• key further reading and new case studies.

ISBN: 978 0 85369 627 8


Paperback £24.99
246 x 189 mm 304 pp 2006

Non-prescription Medicines Fourth Edition


Alan Nathan, Freelance pharmacy writer and Consultant, London, UK Online resources, updated twice yearly, available at
This revised and updated edition assesses the range of www.pharmpress.com
OTC medicines that can be recommended for the most Review of previous edition:
frequently encountered minor illnesses. ‘All minor illnesses that can be treated by a pharmacist are
Contents are arranged alphabetically by condition for included in this book. And, for this reason, it is a must read for
easy reference and each chapter has an introduction to every pharmacist.’ The Pharmaceutical Journal
the condition and a detailed description of the available Readership: pharmacy undergraduates, preregistration
products, including product selection points and product pharmacy graduates, community pharmacists, GPs, nurses
recommendations for particular conditions. and other healthcare professionals.
Changes for the fourth edition reflect amendments in
legal category status of many products (POM to P), it also Fourth Edition
includes OTC medicines from Ireland. ISBN: 9780 85369 886 9
Paperback £34.99
This book will enable pharmacists, GPs, nurses and
other healthcare professionals to make well-informed
234 x 156 mm 320 pp Jun 2010
recommendations and to give patients and customers
New Edition
sound advice on non-prescription medicines. Currently Available Third Edition
ISBN: 978 0 85369 644 5
Paperback £29.99
234 x 156 mm 456 pp 2006
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Nuclear Pharmacy
Edited by Blaine Smith, Chair, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Saint Nuclear Pharmacy is essential reading for those wanting
Joseph College School of Pharmacy, West Hartford, USA
a concise introduction to the subject and for use as a
Written by experienced academics, this textbook provides reference.
a concise introduction to nuclear pharmacy. Readership: pharmacy students, pharmacists,
It covers the basic science needed and discusses essential pharmacists preparing for board pharmaceutical
information on nuclear pharmacy, including applications of specialities, nuclear pharmacists, nuclear pharmacy
radiopharmaceuticals in current practice. technicians, nuclear medicine technologists, nuclear
Contents include: medicine physicians, nuclear medicine and radiology.
• Equipment and tools used for radiopharmaceuticals and
imaging
• Nuclear pharmacy
• Radiation physics and radiation biology
• Interventional agents
• Federal regulations.

ISBN: 978 0 85369 866 1


Paperback £29.99
234 x 156mm 304 pp Feb 2010

Pathology and Therapeutics for Pharmacists: A basis for clinical pharmacy practice Third Edition
Russell J Greene, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy, King’s College Pathology and Therapeutics for Pharmacists is an essential
London, UK
textbook for undergraduate pharmacists and will also be
Norman D Harris, Emeritus Reader in Pharmaceutics, King’s College
London, UK of interest outside the confines of pharmacy, reflecting the
integrated nature of modern healthcare.
Read extensively worldwide and based on many
years experience of teaching one of the pioneering ‘This book is well written with respect to its intended
undergraduate clinical pharmacy courses in the UK, audience, providing adequate depth of explanation’
this popular textbook was the first text to take an The Annals of Pharmacotherapy
integrated approach to the pathophysiological and
pharmacotherapeutic principles underlying the treatment Readership: undergraduate pharmacists, pharmacists
of disease. and other healthcare professionals.
This edition has been completely revised and updated
to reflect advances in therapeutic practice and the
understanding of many disease states. Recent references
and an updated reading list have been included, along with
the use of recommended International Non-proprietary
Names (rINN) for drug nomenclature.
ISBN: 978 0 85369 690 2
Paperback £45.00
246 x 189 mm 1008 pp 2008

Pharmaceutical Care Made Easy: Essentials of medicines management in the individual patient
John Sexton, Principal Pharmacist Lecturer-Practitioner, Royal Liverpool Online resources, further reading and guidelines
Hospital, Liverpool, UK
are available online at www.pharmpress.com
Gareth Nickless, Senior Pharmacist Clinical Tutor, Royal Liverpool Hospital,
Liverpool, UK ‘…there is plenty of useful information for hospital and
Chris Green, Director of Pharmacy and Medicines Management, Countess community pharmacists alike, making this book a useful
of Chester Hospital, Chester, UK
resource in any pharmacy.’ Irish Pharmacy Journal
This is a concise, practical guide to the role of the clinical
Readership: pharmacy undergraduates and
pharmacist, providing direction to those involved in
preregistration pharmacy graduates.
pharmaceutical care.
This easy-to-read text is highly illustrated with flow
charts of the pharmaceutical care process and a pull-out
Pharmaceutical Care Plan poster. Also included are links
to additional material via an associated website. The book
is divided into three sections which cover the following
areas:
• t he basics of pharmaceutical care, with outlines of the
tools and techniques required to make the maximum
contribution to patient care ISBN: 978 0 85369 650 6
• s pecific therapeutic problems with key learning Paperback £19.99
objectives, self assessment questions and answers 246 x 189 mm 192 pp 2006
• case studies of pharmaceutical care planning.
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Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing Second Edition


John F Marriott, Senior Lecturer, Pharmacy Practice, Aston University School of Pharmacy, UK
Keith A Wilson, Head of School, Aston University School of Pharmacy, UK
Christopher A Langley, Senior Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice, Aston University School of Pharmacy, UK
Dawn Belcher, Teaching Fellow, Pharmacy Practice, Aston University School of Pharmacy, UK
Revised and updated, this new edition provides a modern, detailed and practical guide to the
theory and practice of extemporaneous compounding and dispensing, it is also a source of
reference for extemporaneous formulae.
Written by experts and split over three key sections, Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing
will equip pharmacy students and practising pharmacists with the knowledge required to produce
extemporaneous formulations safely and effectively.
An accompanying CD-ROM contains video clips of the techniques described in the book, and will
further aid learning.
Online video resources available at
www.pharmpress.com
Readership: undergraduate pharmacy students and trainee pharmacy technicians, practising
pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.

Second Edition
ISBN: 978 0 85369 912 5
Paperback + CD-ROM £39.99
New Edition 234 x 156 mm 288pp May 2010

Currently Available First Edition


ISBN: 978 0 85369 575 2
Paperback + CD-ROM £39.99
246 x 189 mm 296 pp 2006

Pharmaceutical Marketing Planning: A practical guide


Sanjay Bajpai, CEO, SS Third Eye Institute, Philadelphia, USA
This practical text provides practical information on marketing practices within the pharmaceutical
industry. It explains the fundamentals of marketing a pharmaceutical or biotech product based on
“real-world” approaches.
The book is divided into 6 parts:
• Part I: Introduction
• Part 2: Environmental/Situational Assessments
• Part 3: Product Strategy
• Part 4: Implementation and Action Plan
• Part 5: Opportunity/Profitability Assessments
• Part 6: Bringing it all together: The marketing plan
This indispensable text provides an overview of marketing planning, strategies and tactics.
Throughout the text case studies and real-life examples from European, US, Japan and BRIC
countries will be included to illustrate the principles discussed. It also provides an understanding
of opportunities and threats and discusses the latest thoughts on how to understand market
structure and identify competition in the market place.
This concise text will help students and marketers develop strategic thought processes for solving
marketing problems and will assist with the development of a marketing plan for any product.
Readership: pharmaceutical marketing students, marketers in pharmaceutical industry.

Part of the Pharmacy Business and Administration Series

ISBN: 978 0 85369 896 8


Paperback £34.99
234 x 156 mm 224 pp Oct 2010
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Pharmacy Case Studies


Edited by Soraya Dhillon, Head of School of Pharmacy, University of Primarily aimed at undergraduate pharmacy students
Hertfordshire, UK
and pre-registration pharmacists, this book will also
Rebekah Raymond, Teacher Practitioner; Visiting Fellow at the School of
Pharmacy, University of Hertfordshire, UK be useful for qualified pharmacists as well as medical
students, nurses and others with a professional interest in
Pharmacy Case Studies offers a holistic and integrated
therapeutics.
approach to learning, which textbooks often lack. It
contains case studies of increasing complexity to tie in the Readership: undergraduate students, pharmacy
strands of learning from across the pharmacy curriculum. technicians, pharmacy assistants, preregistration trainees,
recently qualified pharmacists.
Each chapter contains five case studies with questions and
answers increasing in complexity from those for first year
students through to cases designed for fourth year/pre-
registration level. The chapters loosely follow the order of
the British National Formulary for ease of use. Case study
scenarios include both community and hospital pharmacy
situations as suited to the disease and pharmaceutical care
provision.
ISBN: 978 0 85369 724 4
Paperback £24.99
234 x 156mm 480 pp 2009

Pharmacy Ethics and Decision Making


Joy Wingfield, Special Professor, Professor of Pharmacy Law and Ethics, Written by one of the co-authors of Dale and Appelbe’s
University of Nottingham, UK
Pharmacy Law and Ethics, and a healthcare philosopher,
David Badcott, Health care philosopher and retired pharmacist, Centre for
Applied Ethics, Cardiff University, UK this book provides a complementary resource to the
Foreword by Gordon E Appelbe RPSGB Code of Ethics, and is a guide for pharmacists in
Pharmacy Ethics and Decision Making is an introduction their professional practice.
to professional ethics and accountability for practising Readership: practising pharmacists, undergraduate
pharmacists. It provides grounding in moral philosophy students, preregistration trainees and newly qualified
and its application to key concepts such as human rights, pharmacists.
consent, confidentiality and positions on issues such as:
• palliative care and the end of life
• emergency contraception
• new technologies in pharmacogenetics
• use of animals in research
• ethical issues in clinical trials
• global aspects of pharmaceutical marketing.
ISBN: 978 0 85369 689 6
Paperback £24.99
234 x 156 mm 336 pp 2007

Pharmacy Law in Ireland


Edited by Peter Weedle, Chairman of Registration Committee, • poisons legislation
Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland, Ireland
• methylated spirits legislation
Leonie Clarke, Pharmaceutical Consultant, Metis Consulting Ltd, Ireland
• sources of Irish law.
This practical textbook, inspired by Dale and Appelbe’s
This concise resource is essential reading for Irish
Pharmacy Law and Ethics, focuses on the needs of the
pharmacists or those who intend to return to practice
Irish Pharmacist. It covers all aspects of pharmacy law
in Ireland.
in Ireland and includes information on the new Irish
Pharmacy Act 2007. Readership: undergraduate pharmacy students, pre-
registration pharmacists and academics (in Ireland and in
Contents include:
UK who plan to return to practice in Ireland), practising
• misuse of drugs acts and regulations
pharmacists in Ireland (community, hospital and industry),
• prescription-only medicines
lawyers/solicitors.
• advertising and labelling
• dangerous substances
• the licensing system
• pharmaceutical ec directives
• the pharmacy acts and regulations
• veterinary medicines ISBN: 978 0 85369 882 1
• product liability Paperback £34.99
• historical development of medicines and pharmacy 234 x156 mm 640 pp Nov 2010
• legislation
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Textbooks

Physicochemical Principles of Pharmacy Fourth Edition


Alexander T Florence, Former Dean of the School of Pharmacy, Written by experienced academics, it is essential reading
University of London, UK
for undergraduate and postgraduate students in pharmacy
David Attwood, Professor of Pharmacy, School of Pharmacy and
Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Manchester, UK and the life sciences.
Physicochemical Principles of Pharmacy provides the ‘…an excellent reference for both graduate students and
physicochemical background to the design and use scientists in the pharmaceutical industry, as it provides an
of pharmaceutical dosage forms. It goes beyond the overview of the physicochemical principles important in
introductory aspects of the subject to show how pharmaceutics and biopharmaceutics.’
basic physicochemical principles are essential to an Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy
understanding of every aspect of drug action, from the
dosage form to the site of action in the body. Readership: undergraduate and postgraduate pharmacy
students and those in pharmaceutical sciences.
The fourth edition of this well-established textbook has
been thoroughly revised and includes new examples and
figures.
Contents include:
• physicochemical properties of drugs in solution
• solids ISBN: 978 0 85369 608 7
• drug stability Paperback £34.99
• emulsions, suspensions and other dispersed systems 246 x 189 mm 512 pp 2006
• in vitro assessment of dosage forms.

The Pre-registration Interview: Preparation for the application process


Nadia Bukhari, Masters of Pharmacy Programme Manager and Pre- Most importantly, this text includes a large bank of real
registration Co-ordinator at the School of Pharmacy, University of London, UK
interview questions.
Pre-registration is the first time that pharmacy students The Pre-registration Interview is indispensable to
are formally interviewed for their first job after preregistration trainees and pharmacy students to help
graduation. It is extremely important because without them prepare for their future career.
completing the placement, students are unable to register Readership: pharmacy undergraduate students
as a pharmacist. (especially those in years 3 and 4), preregistration tutors
The Pre-registration Interview aims to help undergraduate in universities and hospitals.
students with their application and the interview process.
It offers guidance on:
• Summer placements
• Where to apply
• The process of application Part of the Tomorrow’s Pharmacist Series
• What employers are looking for
• How to conduct yourself on the day ISBN: 978 0 85369 698 8
• What to do if all goes wrong Paperback £15.99
• Reading up for interviews.
216 x 138 mm 160 pp 2007

Principles of Good Clinical Practice


Edited by Michael J McGraw Senior Clinical Research Scientist, • Responsibilities of the monitor
GlaxoSmithKline, USA
• Responsibilities of the IRB or IEC
Adam N George, Bristol-Myers Squibb, USA
Shawn P Shearn, Rigel L Hall, Thomas F Haws, Jr • Informed consent
GlaxoSmithKline, USA • Safety reporting
GCP Guidelines provide an international quality standard • Auditing and inspections
for the regulation of clinical trials. • GCP implications for future therapeutic development.
This text provides a one-stop source for guidance Readership: Clinical development personnel at
and checking the rules for proper conduct of clinical pharmaceutical companies; Contract Research
trials, functioning as a textbook for students in Organizations (CROs) that recruit patients and run
clinical development and as a handbook for existing clinical trials for new drug candidates; pharmacy students
pharmaceutical company employees. It includes historical (PharmD and postgraduate); medical, pharmacy and drug
development, trends, review of current system and future company libraries.
development of clinical trials.
Contents include: Part of the Pharmacy Business and Administration Series
• Regulatory Requirements
• Key participants in clinical trials
ISBN: 978 0 85369 790 9
• Responsibilities of the investigator
• Responsibilities of the sponsor Paperback £29.99
246 x 189 mm 288 pp Jul 2010
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Registration Exam Questions


Nadia Bukhari, Masters of Pharmacy Programme Manager and Pre- Registration Exam Questions will be indispensable to pre-
registration Co-ordinator at the School of Pharmacy, University of London, UK
registration trainees and pharmacy students to help them
All UK pharmacy trainees must take the registration exam prepare for their future career.
at the end of the pre-registration year in order to practice Readership: preregistration pharmacy students and
pharmacy in Great Britain. pharmacy undergraduate students.
Written by a former question writer for the Society,
Registration exam, Registration Exam Questions will help
trainees with their revision by providing a comprehensive
list of open-and closed-book questions on topics that are
likely to be covered in the exam. Essentially the questions
are of a similar style to the registration examination.
This invaluable title includes:
• over 400 open- and closed-book questions
•q uestions based on law, ethics, clinical pharmacy and Part of the Tomorrow’s Pharmacist Series
therapeutic aspects of the registration examination
syllabus ISBN: 978 0 85369 699 5
•d escriptive answers, giving the reasoning behind the Paperback £19.99
answers.
216 x 138 mm 160 pp 2008

Research Methods for Pharmaceutical Practice and Policy


Rajender Aparasu, Division of Pharmacy, Administration and Public • survey design
Health, Department of Clinical Sciences and Administration, College of
• data collection methods
Pharmacy, University of Houston, Texas, USA
• secondary data analysis
This unique new text provides the theory and practice for
• statistical analysis
conducting pharmaceutical policy research.
• future of pharmaceutical policy research.
Research Methods for Pharmaceutical Practice and
Each chapter includes learning objectives and review
Policy covers all aspects of scientific research, from
questions on key concepts to aid learning.
conceptualising to statistical analysis, and provides
scientific basis and understanding of the principles and Readership: pharmacy students, graduate students in
practice required. pharmacy administration and health services research
focusing on pharmaceutical policy and practice issues,
Contents include:
undergraduate students in pharmacy science, students
• scientific approach to pharmaceutical policy research
undertaking residency/fellowship, practising pharmacists.
• conceptualising research
• operationalising research
• systematic review of literature Part of the Pharmacy Business and Administration Series
• experimental designs
• non-experimental research ISBN: 978 0 85369 880 7
• program evaluation Paperback £29.99
• measurement theory and methods 216 x 138 mm 256 pp Sep 2010
• sampling methods

Sampson’s Textbook of Radiopharmacy Fourth Edition


Edited by Anthony Theobald, Programme Coordinator (part time) to MSC Written with support from the UK Radiopharmacy
in Radiopharmaceutics and PET Radiochemistry, School of Medicine, Kings
Group, of which contributing authors are active members,
College, London, UK
this textbook is essential reading for radiopharmacy
The fourth edition of this well-established textbook has students.
been thoroughly revised and updated. It outlines the
Formerly published by Gordon & Breach (now part of
changes in science and practice that have taken place over
Taylor & Francis).
the last 7 years, such as increases in the number of PET
(Positron Emission Tomography) centres in the NHS and Readership: postgraduate students studying
world-wide. radiopharmacy, radiography, nuclear medicine,
scientists and chemists engaged in radiopharmacy,
Sections include:
undergraduate pharmacy students, hospital pharmacists,
• physics applied to radiopharmacy
radiopharmaceutical scientists (PET centres).
• radiopharmaceutical chemistry
• radiopharmacology
• radiopharmaceutics
• radiopharmacy practice
• challenges and techniques in research and development.
ISBN: 978 0 85369 789 3
New Edition Hardback £75.00
246 x 189 mm 576 pp Oct 2010
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Adverse Drug Reactions Second Edition


Edited by Anne Lee, Principal Pharmacist, National Services Scotland, Readership: pharmacists, preregistration pharmacy
Glasgow, UK
graduates and undergraduate pharmacy students, nurse
Adverse Drug Reactions
Second edition This is an essential guide to the reactions that affect prescribers and GPs.
Edited by
Anne Lee
particular organ systems. It provides practical guidance on
Lee
Adverse Drug Reactions Second edition

eactions

Adverse drug reactions continue to present a


urden on healthcare, causing considerable
the most appropriate management of suspected adverse
drug reactions and covers the most common types of
morbidity and mortality. Healthcare
professionals need to understand the problem of
dverse drug reactions and be aware of how they
an be prevented and managed.
This second edition is an essential and practical
uide to the reactions that affect particular organ
ystems. Chapters cover the most common types
f reaction, how to recognise them, and the
reaction, how to recognise them, and the medicines
medicines implicated most often. Practical
uidance is given on the most appropriate
management of suspected adverse drug reactions.
implicated most often.
This new edition has been extensively revised and

This edition has been extensively revised and updated and


updated to include three new chapters: side effects
nd patients; pharmacogenetics and adverse
eactions; and adverse reactions in pregnancy.

From reviews of the first edition


…an excellent small textbook which is,
however, comprehensive and comprehensible. It
hould have a considerable usage by healthcare
includes chapters on:
professionals, students and…by patients wishing

• side effects and patients ISBN: 978 0 85369 601 8


o inform themselves of issues…’
Adverse Drug Reactions and Toxicological Reviews

Anne Lee is Principal Pharmacist with the Scottish

• pharmacogenetics and adverse reactions


Medicines Consortium, National Services Scotland,
Glasgow, UK.

Paperback £29.99
• adverse reactions in pregnancy. 234 x 156 mm 496 pp 2006

Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Polymers


Gilles Ponchel, Professor in Pharmaceutical Technology and Biopharmacy, • main synthetic processes and sources
University of Paris South, France
• special properties of polymers.
Denis Labarre, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Paris South, France
Christine Vauthier, Director of Research, University of Paris South, France This book is an essential introduction to this discipline and
Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Polymers provides a will form a sound foundation from which to build on.
comprehensive review of polymer chemistry research Readership: pharmaceutical scientists worldwide,
and development in pharmaceutics. It provides aspiring postgraduate pharmaceutical science students,
researchers and pharmaceutical scientists with significant pharmacy undergraduate students.
insights and up-to-date information into the rationale
behind the use of such molecules, their physicochemical
characteristics, synthetic routes, and gives practical
examples of formulation design. ISBN: 978 0 85369 730 5
Contents include: Paperback £29.99
• introduction: why study polymers for the health sciences 234 x 156 mm 256 pp Sep 2010
• general characteristics of polymers for their biomedical use

Community Pharmacy Handbook


Jon Waterfield, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice, Case studies and exercises in each chapter include
De Montfort University, Leicester, UK structured questions, which encourage the reader to
With the introduction of the new contractual framework consolidate the information provided and apply their
for community pharmacy, there are now many knowledge to a typical community pharmacy scenario.
opportunities for pharmacists to engage in new ways
of working. This clear and precise guide aims to answer Readership: newly qualified community pharmacists,
practical questions such as: preregistration trainees, overseas pharmacists working
towards registration in the UK, pharmacists returning
• How do I manage my own professional development? to practice in the community, locum pharmacists and
• What is the best way of training my support staff? established community pharmacists.
• How do I motivate the pharmacy team?
• What are the practical issues in setting up an MUR
service?
ISBN: 978 0 85369 716 9
• How do I offer a medicines management service to
residential care homes? Paperback £24.99
• How do I work effectively with the primary care team? 234 x 156 mm 304 pp 2008
• How do I promote the value of pharmacy services?

The Complete Guide to Medical Writing


Edited by Mark C Stuart, Clinical Editor for BMJ Clincial Evidence, scientific and medical documentation from the regulatory
BMJ Group domain to the advertising arena.
This is an invaluable reference source for healthcare ‘This book is an essential addition to any hospital or academic
professionals and students wishing to effectively pharmacy department…a book like this is a valuable resource
communicate scientific and medical information. It covers to encourage more pharmacists to take up the writing and
the fundamental principles of good writing techniques documentation role.’ The Irish Pharmacy Journal
and includes tips on how to write different kinds of
documents. Readership: healthcare professionals worldwide
involved in the written communication of medical and
Sections include: scientific information, healthcare libraries, pharmaceutical
• Medical writing essentials industry.
• Reviews and reports
• Medical journalism and mass media
• Medical writing in education
ISBN: 978 0 85369 667 4
• Medical writing for medical professionals
• Medical publishing. Paperback £19.99
This title is an essential addition to any hospital or 234 x 156 mm 512 pp 2007
academic pharmacy department as it covers all aspects of
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Drugs and the Liver: A guide to drug handling in liver dysfunction


Edited by Penny North-Lewis, Paediatric Liver Pharmacist, St James’s This practical guide covers background information on
University Hospital, Leeds, UK liver function, the principles of drug use in liver disease
Liver disease is a widespread and increasing problem and includes a section of worked examples of commonly
throughout the world, however little is published on how asked questions. It will be invaluable to clinical pharmacists
different types and degrees of liver dysfunction affect the and anyone making medicine choices in patients with liver
body’s ability to handle medicines. impairment.
Drugs and the Liver is designed to assist practitioners in Readership: hospital pharmacists, PCT pharmacists,
making pragmatic choices for their patients. It aims: GPs, preregistration pharmacists, clinical pharmacists,
• to enable the practitioner to assess liver function using medicines information pharmacists and other MI staff,
biochemical markers, other tests, signs, symptoms and non-hepatology specialists.
disease knowledge
• to identify which pharmacokinetic and ISBN: 978 0 85369 710 7
pharmacodynamic parameters of a drug are likely to be
Paperback £29.99
affected by different types of liver disease
• to consider the impact of a drug’s side effects on a 234 x 156 mm 344 pp 2008
patient with liver disease.

Drugs of Abuse Second Edition


Simon Wills, Head of Wessex Drug & Medicines Information Centre, Contents include: cannabis, cocaine, ecstasy and
Southampton, UK
amphetamines, LSD, alcohol, gamma hydroxybutyrate,
This is a concise, easy to read guide for healthcare tobacco, caffeine, opioids and performance enhancing
professionals who encounter drug abuse. Each chapter drugs.
deals with a different drug or group of drugs and has been Readership: practising pharmacists and other healthcare
extensively revised to reflect new research on adverse professionals who work with drug abusers.
effects, treatments and patterns of use.
There are additional sections on drug abuse and
concurrent illness, interactions between medicines and
illicit drugs, and drugs in pregnancy and the use of the
internet as an information resource. There are also ISBN: 978 0 85369 582 0
detailed chapters on the abuse of prescribed and OTC
Paperback £29.99
medicines.
234 x 156 mm 416 pp 2005

Evaluation of Herbal Medicinal Products: Perspectives on quality, safety and efficacy


Edited by Peter Houghton, Emeritus Professor in Pharmacognosy, and techniques for evaluating the quality and efficacy of
Pharmaceutical Sciences Division, King’s College London, London, UK herbal medicines. It brings together articles on current
Pulok K Mukherjee, Director, School of Natural Product Studies, Jadavpur
thinking and practice in these areas and highlights up-to-date
University, Kolkata, India
research which should facilitate improvements in the topics
The enormous growth in the market for herbal medicinal under consideration.
products in the last 25 years has been one of the most This book provides a state-of-the-art review, which will
interesting aspects of healthcare in the developed world. inform and guide those who seek to promote the use of
The rediscovery of natural substances with therapeutic herbal medicinal products.
potential has, however, provoked demand by legislators and
Readership: academic and industrial researchers,
the public for assurance of safe and effective use.
undergraduate students, postgraduate students.
Evaluation of Herbal Medicinal Products addresses some of
these demands, looking at:
ISBN: 978 0 85369 751 0
• general aspects
• pharmacology and clinical aspects Hardback £120.00
• quality and safety aspects. 246 x 189 mm 520 pp 2009
This unique book describes and assesses different approaches

Evidence-based Pharmacy
Edited by Christine Bond, Professor of Primary Care, Department of ‘...provides a wonderful exploration of what has been
General Practice and Primary Care, University of Aberdeen, UK
done and what should be done to mould the future of
This text complements the Royal Pharmaceutical Society pharmaceutical care...’ American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
of Great Britain’s Pharmacy in a New Age initiative by Readership: health policy makers, primary healthcare
discussing the extended role of community pharmacists, workers, community pharmacists and pharmacy
and presents research evidence to demonstrate the undergraduates.
benefits of the new services. Each chapter focuses on
a different healthcase topic and critically examines the
evidence available.
Written by pharmacy healthcare experts, this book is
invaluable to pharmacists working in the community, ISBN: 978 0 85369 436 6
as well as being of interest to other primary healthcare
Paperback £29.99
workers, healthcare policy makers, and to pharmacy
234 x 156 mm 240 pp 2000
undergraduates and postgraduates.

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Healthcare
Basic Communication
Pharmakinetics
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Basic
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Pharmakinetics
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International Research in Healthcare


Felicity J Smith, Professor of Pharmacy Practice, School of Pharmacy, • planning and setting up research
University of London, UK • instrument development and validation
Sally-Anne Francis, Honorary Senior Lecturer, School of Pharmacy,
University of London, UK • data processing and analysis
Ellen Schafheutle, Research Fellow, School of Pharmacy and • dissemination and project conclusion.
Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Manchester, UK The topics discussed are illustrated by personal accounts
International Research in Healthcare is an essential text for drawing on the experiences of researchers who have
researchers and students thinking of undertaking a multi- undertaken international projects.
centre research project in health services, medicines use Readership: pharmacy researchers and health service
and professional practice. It takes into account the impact
researchers, postgraduate pharmacy practice students.
of differing political, organisational, social and cultural
contexts that international work presents. Part of the ULLA Pharmacy Series
This book provides clear and concise guidance for
researchers in the preparation, planning, management and ISBN: 978 0 85369 750 3
execution of their work. The content focuses on each Paperback £29.99
stage of the research process: 234 x 156 mm 192 pp 2008
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Introduction to Renal Therapeutics


Edited by Caroline Ashley, Principal Pharmacist, Renal Services, Royal Free • Pain control
Hospital, UK • Paediatrics.
Clare Morlidge on behalf of the Renal Pharmacy Group
Written by members of the UK Renal Pharmacy Group,
This is an introduction to all aspects of drug use in renal this book will be of particular interest to anyone new to,
failure. Covering various diseases affecting the kidneys, or planning a career in, renal pharmacy. It will also be of
each chapter discusses the disease process and treatment interest to non-specialists who deal with renal patients and
and addresses the role of the pharmacist in patient care. to pharmacy students, and to any healthcare professional
Case studies and questions and answers are included at with an interest in renal medicine.
the end of each chapter.
Readership: pharmacists, pharmacy students and other
Topics include: healthcare professionals with an interest in renal care.
• Laboratory tests and investigations
• Acute and chronic renal failure
• Renal bone disease ISBN: 978 0 85369 688 9
• Renal replacement therapy Paperback £29.99
• Autoimmune kidney disease
246 x189 mm 320 pp 2008
• Renal transplantation

Making Medicines: A brief history of pharmacy and pharmaceuticals


Edited by Stuart Anderson, Senior Lecturer in organisational behaviour Contents:
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London, UK Part 1 Introduction
A concise, chronological discussion of the history of Part 2 The development of pharmacy
therapeutics and pharmacy from the Egyptians through to Part 3 The practice of pharmacy
the present day, with a focus on the discovery and uses Part 4 The products of pharmacy
of medicines to treat illness through the ages, and the Part 5 Pharmacy today and tomorrow
evolving role of the pharmacist. Readership: pharmacists and pharmacy students.
Each chapter is contributed by an expert in the period
or field, and illustrates how wider social, political
and economic developments have influenced drug
development and shaped pharmacy practice. ISBN: 978 0 85369 597 4
Hardback £19.99
234 x156 mm 336 pp 2005

Medicines Use Reviews: A Practical Guide


Susan Youssef, Senior Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice, De Montfort MUR accreditation, and provide practical guidance for
University, Leicester; Community Pharmacist Manager, UK
pharmacists carrying out or intending to carry out MURs.
This pocket-sized book provides practical, evidence-based Readership: pharmacists carrying out MURs, pre-
information and tips for pharmacists conducting Medicines registration and newly registered pharmacists, clinical
Use Reviews (MURs). It explores the majority of common pharmacy students, pharmacists who have completed
medical conditions seen in community pharmacy and their MUR accreditation course, accredited pharmacists
the common treatment options available. For each setting up MUR service, pharmacy students, lecturers in
treatment option, relevant practical tips and information pharmacy practice.
are provided, which will allow pharmacists to provide
comprehensive, high quality advice to patients and aid
pharmacists in providing informative MURs. ISBN: 978 0 85369 887 6
MURs have become routinely practised by most Paperback £24.99
pharmacists and are now being taught in Schools of 216 x 138 mm 192 pp May 2010
Pharmacy. This title will complement courses providing

Molecular Biopharmaceutics: Aspects of drug characterization, drug delivery and dosage form evaluation
Edited by Bente Steffansen, Birger Brodin and Carsten Uhd Nielsen, This topic is of increasing importance in drug
Danish University of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Denmark development. This book will be an invaluable resource
Series Editors-in-chief: Alexander T Florence and Anthony C Moffat,
School of Pharmacy, University of London, UK
for postgraduate pharmaceutical science students,
biopharmaceutical scholars, scientist within academia and
This unique book covers a complex and developing pharmaceutical scientists.
academic scientific area, comprehensively encapsulating
Readership: pharmaceutical scientists; postgraduate
the essentials of the topic. The book’s focus is on
describing the interplay between the chemistry of drug pharmaceutical science students; regulatory,
molecules and membrane transporters. It also aims to pharmaceutical and industry libraries.
guide researchers in setting up experiments that may help
in understanding the mechanisms and kinetics involved in Part of the ULLA Pharmacy Series
drug absorption, transport and delivery. Starting with an
introduction to the topic, Molecular Biopharmaceutics then ISBN: 978 0 85369 722 0
considers the following:
Hardback £125.00
• physico-chemical characterization of drug candidates 234 x 156 mm 392 pp Nov 2009
• membrane transport of drug candidates
• describing and predicting bioavailability.
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Non-medical Prescribing
Edited by Mahesh Sodha Community Pharmacist, Chelmsford, Essex, UK • sources for more detailed information in areas such as
Soraya Dhillon, Head of the School of Pharmacy, University of consultation skills.
Hertfordshire, UK
Non-medical Prescribing is aimed both at those studying
This essential new guide is designed to ensure confident to obtain a prescribing qualification and at those who are
prescribing in specialist areas. The need for this text stems from qualified and need to develop their practical clinical skills.
the necessity to develop non-medical prescribing in practice. It is an indispensable guide to the key areas which consider
The book is divided into two comprehensive sections safe and effective prescribing.
and provides an overview of non-medical prescribing by Readership: pharmacists, nurses and other health
healthcare professionals other than doctors. In addition professionals studying to obtain a prescribing qualification
to providing background information on history and or who are already qualified and need to develop their
prescriber insights and reflections, it includes: practical clinical skills, pharmacy students.
• competencies needed (including RPSGB guidelines)
• the moral aspects of prescribing ISBN: 978 0 85369 768 8
• nine specialist clinical topics from prescribing in diabetes, Paperback £19.99
through to prescribing in oncology and palliative care 234x 156 mm 240 pp 2009
• clinical case studies for support

The Obesity Epidemic and Its Management


Terry Maguire, Director, Northern Ireland Centre for Postgraduate • metabolic consequences
Pharmaceutical Education and Training, UK • obesity prevention
David Haslam, Chair, National Obesity Forum, GP with Special Interest
• government guidelines
in Obesity, UK
• nutrition, fad diets and exercise
This timely and insightful book serves as an invaluable • services development in pharmacy.
resource for any healthcare professional wishing This book is designed to provide a basic understanding of
to understand more about the causes, effects and the problem and why it has become such a major public
treatments of obesity. Community pharmacists now health crisis over the last 30 years.
have an increasingly important role in public health and
Readership: community pharmacists, primary healthcare
a responsibility to patients to understand the causes and
workers, practice or community nurses, hospital and
dangers of obesity, as well as the options for treatment.
primary care pharmacists, GPs, pharmacy students.
Part one discusses the background and epidemiology
of the problem. Part two focuses on the prevention of
obesity and various psychological, pharmacological and ISBN 978 0 85369 786 2
surgical interventions. Paperback £29.99
In addition to addressing facts and figures and defining the 234 x 156 mm 288 pp Jan 2010
problem and costs, topics covered also include:

Paediatric Drug Handling


Ian Costello, Deputy Chief Pharmacist, St George’s Hospital, London new and orphan drugs for use in paediatric practice
UK, Paul Long, Ian K Wong, Catherine Tuleu, Centre for Paediatric
• integrates a survey of the regulatory processes for
diatric Drug Handling Pharmacy Research, The School of Pharmacy, University of London, UK
Paediatric Drug Vincent Yeung, GCP Inspector MHRA, UK. paediatric medicines throughout the world
Paediatric Drug Handling

ello, Paul F Long, Ian K Wong,


ne Tuleu and Vincent Yeung Handling Series Editors-in-chief: Alexander T Florence and Anthony C Moffat, • explores the ethics of clinical trials in children and
a large percentage of the patient population, but few medicines
gned and tested specifically for paediatric use. Written for new
School of Pharmacy, University of London, UK trial design in the case of rare diseases where patient
l scientists, this book provides a background in paediatric pharmacy and
Ian Costello, Paul F Long, Ian K Wong,
numbers will be limited.
ve introduction to children’s medication.
ook:
he pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of drugs and
ns in children of different ages
Catherine Tuleu and Vincent Yeung Written for new pharmaceutical scientists, this book
imely discussion of pharmacogenomics
he real problem of medication errors in paediatric practice
e challenges in the formulation of established, new and orphan drugs
provides a background in paediatric pharmacy and a Readership: pharmaceutical scientists; postgraduate
comprehensive introduction to children’s medication.
aediatric practice
a survey of the regulatory processes for paediatric medicines
the world
pharmaceutical science students.
This text:
e ethics of clinical trials in children and trial design in the case of rare
here patient numbers will be limited.

Part of the ULLA Pharmacy Series


Costello Long Wong Tuleu Yeung

rnational experts in the field, this introductory text is an excellent


stgraduate students in the pharmaceutical sciences.
Deputy Chief Pharmacist at St George’s Hospital, London, UK. Paul F Long
er in Molecular Microbiology, Department of Pharmaceutics and Centre for
macy Research, The School of Pharmacy, University of London, UK. Ian K
or and Director of the Centre for Paediatric Pharmacy Research, The School
• highlights the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics
niversity of London, UK. Catherine Tuleu is Lecturer in Pharmaceutics and
of drugs and formulations in children of different ages
ISBN: 978 0 85369 686 5
of the Centre for Paediatric Pharmacy Research, The School of Pharmacy,
ndon, UK. Vincent Yeung is GCP Inspector, MHRA, Welwyn Garden City, UK.

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Parkinson’s Disease in Focus


Charles Tugwell, Senior Directorate Pharmacist for Head and Neck Services, • Specific drug interactions and adverse effects.
The Royal London Hospital, UK
This is an invaluable resource for pharmacists and other
This text is an overview of the pharmaceutical care of healthcare practitioners who are involved with patients
patients with Parkinson’s disease, providing practical suffering from the condition. It will also be helpful to
information on the care, medication and management students of pharmacy and medicine, and to patients and
of patients. It provides a framework for good practice, those who care for them.
with a particular focus on drug therapy management.
Complementary and surgical treatments are discussed, along Readership: pharmacists, preregistration and
with developments in research for new treatments such as undergraduate pharmacy students and other healthcare
gene therapy. professionals.
Chapter contents include: Part of the In Focus Series
• The condition and its symptoms
• Pharmacotherapy ISBN: 978 0 85369 696 4
• Non-drug treatments
• Complementary therapies Paperback £29.99
• Surgical options 234 x 156 mm 256 pp 2008
• Development and future treatments
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Pharmaceutical Isolators: A guide to their application, design and control


Edited by Brian Midcalf, School of Continuing Education, University of ‘The text is written in a clear and concise manner and desired
Leeds, UK
information is readily accessible.’
Mitchell Phillips, West Midlands Quality Assurance Pharmacist, UK
John S Neiger, Chairman, Envair Limited, UK Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy
Tim J Coles, Validation Officer, GRC Consultants, UK
Readership: hospital pharmacists, the pharmaceutical
Pharmaceutical Isolators is an indispensable guide to the industry, auditors, inspectors and regulatory bodies.
design, construction, commissioning, maintenance, use
and monitoring of pharmaceutical isolators. The current
validation protocols are explained and the book includes
some useful technical appendices.
Written through the combined technical expertise of
the Isolator Working Party, this new title will assist both ISBN: 978 0 85369 573 8
experienced and new users to understand and manage
Paperback £19.99
this technology.
234 x 156 mm 288 pp 2004

Pharmaceutical Public Health


Edited by Janet Krska, School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, • techniques used to manage medicines at a population
Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK level, including evaluation of epidemiological studies and
This new title aims to bring together the important topics economic evaluation
in pharmaceutical public health of relevance to practising • legislative and other methods used by pharmacists to
pharmacists, in an accessible, usable format. It will safeguard public health
inform practising pharmacists of how their work can be • health promotion activities pharmacists can use to
considered as contributing to public health, and describes improve health and prevent ill-health.
an epidemiological approach to developing pharmacy Readership: practising pharmacists in community,
services based on need. primary care, secondary care and undergraduate
Key public health concepts are outlined, including: pharmacy students.
• determinants of health and health inequalities
• public health approaches to service development and ISBN: 978 0 85369 879 1
evaluation Paperback £29.99
234 x 156 mm 288 pp Nov 2010

Pharmaceutical Toxicology: Safety sciences of drugs


Edited by Gerald J Mulder, Leiden Amsterdam Center for Drug Research, knowledge base and methodology.
postgraduate Leiden University, The Netherlands
Readership: pharmaceutical scientists;
pharmacy
series

Lennart Dencker, Dean, Faculty of Pharmacy, Uppsala University, Sweden


maceutical Toxicology Pharmaceutical
Toxicology
Series Editors-in-chief: Alexander T Florence, and Anthony C Moffat, postgraduate pharmaceutical science students.
Pharmaceutical Toxicology

Gerard J Mulder and Lennart Dencker


dies are carried out on all drug substances to ensure safety.
School of Pharmacy, University of London, UK
rovides an overview of the methodology and
Edited by Gerard J Mulder and Lennart Dencker
Toxicology studies are carried out on all drug substances
of pre-clinical safety assessments of new medicines.
on medicinal drugs – the most important safety issues
vered, including registration requirements of new drugs
vigilance.
eral introduction and a number of chapters on basic
rinciples, organ toxicity of drugs is illustrated by chapters
he liver, in the kidney, in the respiratory system and in the
to ensure safety. This book provides an overview of the
m.
troductory text for students at BSc, MSc and PhD levels,
excellent companion to pharmacology textbooks,
methodology and requirements of pre-clinical safety
road treatment of the issues relevant for assessing
acy balance of a new drug with information on the
nowledge base and methodology.
assessments of new medicines. With the focus on
er is Director of Research, Leiden Amsterdam Center for
medicinal drugs - the most important safety issues of
, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands.
Part of the ULLA Pharmacy Series
ker is Professor and Chairman of Toxicology and Dean of
Pharmacy, Uppsala University, Sweden. drugs are covered, including registration requirements of
new drugs and pharmacovigilance.
Dencker
Mulder

ISBN: 978 0 85369 593 6


This introductory text combines a broad treatment of the Paperback £29.99
postgraduate
issues relevant for assessing the safety/efficacy balance
postgraduate
pharmacy
pharmacy
series 234 x 156 mm 280 pp 2006
of a new drug with information on the toxicological
series
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Pharmacy Business Management


Edited by Steven B Kayne, Honorary Consultant Pharmacist, Glasgow Contents:
Homeopathic Hospital; Honorary Lecturer, University of Strathclyde School
Part 1: The foundation of pharmacy management
of Pharmacy Glasgow, UK.
Part 2: Putting management into practice.
Pharmacy Business Management provides a comprehensive
Readership: potential and practising pharmacists,
introduction to the fundamentals of business management
pharmacy owners, branch managers and students.
relevant to pharmacy. It also provides guidance through
the many pitfalls of running a successful pharmacy and
includes information relevant to hospital pharmacy.
A series of case studies serves to illustrate how material
may be applied in practice.

ISBN: 978 0 85369 563 9


Hardback £24.99
234 x 156 mm 400 pp 2005
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Popular Medicines: An illustrated history


Peter G Homan, Honorary Secretary, British Society for History of historical adverts, portraits, photographs and images of
Pharmacy and staff at Museum of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of
the medicines themselves.
Great Britain, UK
Briony Hudson, Keeper of the Museum Collections, Royal Pharmaceutical Readership: pharmaceutical, medical and social
Society of Great Britain, UK historians, medical libraries, archives and museums,
Raymond C Rowe, Chief Scientist, Intelligensys, Billingham, UK
practising pharmacists and the general public.
This title is a fascinating and colourful history of well-
known medicines. Historical details of 21 popular branded
medicines are provided, some of which date back to the
earliest proprietary medicines in the eighteenth century.
Each pictorial history includes biographical details of the
inventor, the origins of the medicine and its subsequent ISBN: 978 0 85369 728 2
history, and details of the medicine’s formula and intended Paperback £14.99
purpose. Each entry is highly illustrated including colourful
246 x 189 mm 192 pp 2008

A Practical Guide to Licensing Herbal Medicinal Products


Thomas Brendler, Director of Plantaphile, Germany/UK And, most importantly:
Lawrence Denzil Phillips, Founder Director of Denzil Phillips International, UK • How do you apply for a licence?
Stefan Speiss, Managing Director of Gruenwalder Gesundheitsprodukte Subjected to rigorous review by eminent experts
GmbH, Germany
including the MHRA, A Practical Guide to Licensing Herbal
By 2011, every pharmaceutical company manufacturing Medicinal Products answers all these questions and
herbal medicines that are sold in the UK and European provides full guidance on license applications. All the
Union must have obtained a market authorisation. official legal guidelines and forms are included as is step-
As a manufacturer of such products, you need to ask the by-step guidance on filling out the application forms.
following: This comprehensive handbook is easy and practical to use
• What type of herbal products are you manufacturing? and will guide you and your company from the initial decision
• Would your product comply with the regulations? making process through to registering your herbal products.
• Are you required to register your herbal products? Readership: herbal pharmaceutical manufacturers.
• What type of registration or licence do you need?
• What evidence and manufacturing data do you need
to provide? ISBN: 978 0 85369 784 8
• What are the packaging and leaflet requirements Loose-leaf Binder £250.00
for your product? 297 x 210 mm 800 pp 2009

Proteomics and Metabolomics in Pharmaceutical Sciences


William James Griffiths, School of Medicine, University of Swansea, UK Readership: pharmaceutical scientists worldwide,
This unique introductory text on proteomics and postgraduate pharmaceutical science students, pharmacy
metabolomics is designed to explain some of the relatively undergraduate students.
new theories and techniques.
The text provides the reader with the essentials of the
science and theory behind these disciplines whilst also
giving practical applications of these methods to better
understand modern drug design and development.
Part of the ULLA Pharmacy Series
This unique title is essential reading for those involved in
drug discovery and development.
ISBN: 978 085369 715 2
Paperback £29.99
234 x 156 mm 256 pp Jan 2011

Quality Assurance of Aseptic Preparation Services Fourth Edition


Edited by Alison M Beaney, Regional Quality Assurance Specialist, Although primarily intended for the use of non-licensed
Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust, UK UK hospital pharmacies, it will also be of use in licensed
This edition of Quality Assurance of Aseptic Preparation units and in other countries and institutions.
Services provides information and up-to-date national Readership: hospital pharmacy departments with aseptic
guidance on unlicensed aseptic preparation. preparation services, regulatory bodies, pharmaceutical
New sections are included on microbiological companies and academic institutions.
environmental monitoring techniques, gene therapy and
there is a revised appendix on capacity planning.
All the existing chapters have been revised and updated
and a new chapter added on prescribing and prescription
validation. ISBN: 978 0 85369 615 5
Paperback £29.99
234 x 156 mm 168 pp 2005
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Stability-Indicating HPLC Methods for Drug Analysis Third Edition


Stability-indicating HPLC_234x156:Layout 1 29/5/08 16:06 Page 1

Quanyun A Xu, Research Scientist, Clinical Pharmaceutics Research, • Compilation of 1,028 stability-indicating HPLC analytical
Division of Pharmacy, University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Centre, methods –178 new to this edition
Houston, Texas, USA
Lawrence A Trissel, Director, Clinical Pharmaceutics Research, Division • 572 drug entities presented in structured monographs
of Pharmacy, University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Centre, Houston, containing 30 elements
Texas, USA Readership: those in the general pharmaceutical science
Jointly published by the Pharmaceutical Press and the American
field and analysts involved in evaluating drug stability, dosage
Pharmacists Association.
form development, quality control and drug regulation.
Stability-Indicating HPLC Methods for Drug Analysis is the
only compilation of stability-indicating high-performance
liquid chromatographic (HPLC) analytical methods that
ISBN: 978 0 85369 723 7
have appeared in the published literature. This new Hardback £150.00
edition has been thoroughly revised to give the most 275 x 215 mm 704 pp 2008
up-to-date information on this subject.
Key features: available online via
• In-depth description of the HPLC analysis presented in
original publications

Suppositories
Loyd V Allen Jr, Professor Emeritus, College of Pharmacy, University • quality control
of Oklahoma; Editor In-Chief, International Journal of Pharmaceutical • packaging and labelling
Compounding, USA • stability and storage
Many suppository formulations have been developed for • clinical considerations.
a number of therapeutic aims. However, comprehensive This reference book is an essential resource for all those
reliable information on suppository formulation is not involved in the formulation, development, manufacture and
always readily available. Suppositories resolves this situation testing of suppositories.
by providing up-to-date, comprehensive information in one
point of reference. Readership: formulation scientists, hospital pharmacists,
It provides a detailed review of suppository dosage forms pharmaceutical scientists, process chemists worldwide,
with chapters covering: regulatory affairs officers, excipient manufacturers
• the history and development of the suppository worldwide.
• suppository bases and their characteristics
• pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical and pharmacokinetic ISBN: 978 0 85369 646 9
factors
• formulation considerations Hardback £120.00
• manufacturing and compounding suppositories 246 x 189 mm 256 pp 2008
• special types of suppositories

Tablet and Capsule Machine Instrumentation


Edited by Peter Ridgway Watt, formerly Beecham Pharmaceuticals This is an invaluable guide for pharmaceutical scientists
Research Division, SmithKlineBeecham Pharmaceuticals, UK
and academics involved in pharmaceutical technology
N Anthony Armstrong, formerly Welsh School of Pharmacy, Cardiff
University, UK research.
A combination of a sound formulation with a proper Readership: pharmaceutical scientists in industry
control of the tabletting or capsule filling process is involved in the research, development, manufacture
necessary to produce a satisfactory tablet or capsule. and testing of tablets and capsules, academics
These considerations require accurate measurements. involved in pharmaceutical technology research,
equipment manufacturers, postgraduate pharmacy and
Tablet and Capsule Machine Instrumentation is a
pharmaceutical engineering students.
practical guide to the techniques and applications of
instrumentation used to make these measurements.
The text provides a sound understanding of the principles ISBN: 978 0 85369 657 5
and techniques involved, and of how data generated by Hardback £120.00
instrumented machines can be applied to problems in 246 x 189 mm 272 pp 2008
pharmaceutical research, development and manufacture.

Traditional Medicine: A global perspective


Edited by Steven B Kayne, Honorary Consultant Pharmacist, Glasgow examples of medicine and how they are used.
Homeopathic Hospital; Honorary Lecturer in Complementary Medicine,
Each chapter of this essential reference will include
University of Strathclyde School of Pharmacy, Glasgow, UK
relevant case studies to support the information provided.
Increased levels of immigration and migration inevitably
Readership: healthcare providers worldwide with
means that health professionals are more likely to come
an interest in alternative medicine, complementary
into contact with patients using lesser-known types of
healthcare providers, students and consumers.
traditional medicine.
The World Health Organisation has acknowledged that
the majority of people living in developing countries
continue to use traditional medicine, and only a minority
have regular access to reliable modern medical services.
Written by acknowledged experts in the field, this text ISBN: 978 0 85369 833 3
covers the main traditional therapies around the world Paperback £39.99
giving information on: history, philosophy, methods of 234 x 156 mm 352 pp Nov 2009
practice, safety issues, evidence where available, and
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Workplace Drug Testing


Basic Pharmakinetics
A guide for healthcare professionals The Biology,
Edited by Alain Verstraete, Laboratory of Clinical monographs cover commonly
Ghent University, Belgium used essential oils
Maria Lis-Balchin, Honorary Research Fellow, School
This comprehensive of describes and
text their therapeutic
the philosophy uses, details
and rationale of toxicity, bioactivity,
behind
Applied Science, London South Bank University, London, UK contraindications and clinical studies.
workplace drug testing. It provides a concise point of reference for all
This unique book takes an analytical and Readership: pharmacists, GPs, aromatherapists, nurses and
involved inscientific approach
drug testing to
programmes in Europe
other withprofessionals.
healthcare reference to practices
aromatherapy practices and principles based on the scientific
and regulations around the world.
evidence to date.
Aromatherapy Science consistsThe guidelines
of eight of and
chapters the68
European Workplace Drug Testing Society are
addressed.
monographs. The chapters review Case studies
the scientific basis ofof successful programmes are also included to
aromatherapy and contents include:
illustrate the principles discussed.
• historical background Contents include:
• aromatherapy practice • Epidemiology of drug use in the working population
• chemistry of essential oils
• Influence of drugs on performance ISBN: 978 0 85369 578 3
• bioactivity of essential oils
• science of smell • Detection times of drugs Hardback £45.00
• safety issue • Rationale for drug testing 246 x 189 mm 480 pp 2006
• clinical studies • Legal and Regulatory aspects
• Policies for alcohol and drugs in companies
• Specimen collection
• Adulteration of samples
Basic Pharmakinetics • Interpretation of results
• Alternative matrices.
A guide for healthcare professionals The monographs cover commonly used essential oils
Readership:
Maria Lis-Balchin, Honorary Research Fellow,Clinical
School and
of forensic toxicologists, occupational
and their therapeutic healthof toxicity, bioactivity,
uses, details
physicians,
Applied Science, London South nurses,London,
Bank University, human resources,
UK drug counselling
contraindications and
and treatment
clinical studies.
providers,
This unique book takes an analytical and analytical Readership: pharmacists, GPs, aromatherapists, nurses and
chemiststoand lawyers.
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aromatherapy practices and principles based on the scientific other healthcare professionals.
evidence to date.
Aromatherapy Science consists of eight chapters and 68
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• aromatherapy practice
• chemistry of essential oils ISBN:
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Basic Pharmakinetics
Zoonoses Second Edition
A guide for healthcare professionals
Martin Shakespeare, Community Pharmacy The monographs
Manager, London, UKcover commonly used essential oils
Maria Lis-Balchin, Honorary Research Fellow, School of and their therapeutic uses, details of toxicity, bioactivity,
Zoonoses have growing worldwide significance posing a constant challenge to healthcare
Applied Science, London South Bank University, London, UK contraindications and clinical studies.
and society. Following the recent swine flu pandemic,
Readership: there hasGPs,
pharmacists, beenaromatherapists,
an increased nurses and
This unique book takes an analytical and scientific approach to
awareness of zoonoses amongst healthcare professionals, governments and the public.
aromatherapy practices and principles based on the scientific other healthcare professionals.
evidence to date.
This timely resource responds to the growing necessity for information.
Aromatherapy Science consistsDue to several
of eight changes
chapters and 68 in disease patterns around the world in the last few years,
monographs. The chapters review
and anthe scientificscientific
increased basis of understanding of these infections, the author is able to
aromatherapy and contents include:
offer fascinating up-to-date information on both prevalence and treatment of various
• historical background diseases, not only within the context of domestic disease, but also in the wider world.
• aromatherapy practice Chapters have been expanded or diminished accordingly, and sections included on:
• chemistry of essential oils• bio-terrorism ISBN: 978 0 85369 578 3
• bioactivity of essential oils
• E. coli
• science of smell
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• clinical studies • avian flu
• swine flu
• SARS.
This comprehensive resource begins with a thorough introduction to the subject,
Basic Pharmakinetics followed by sections on:
• zoonoses of companion animals
A guide for healthcare professionals The monographs cover commonly used essential oils
• zoonoses of agricultural animals
Maria Lis-Balchin, Honorary Research Fellow, School of and their therapeutic uses, details of toxicity, bioactivity,
• food-borne zoonoses
Applied Science, London South Bank University, London, UK contraindications and clinical studies.
• variant CJD, BSE and other prion diseases
Readership: pharmacists, GPs, aromatherapists, nurses and
This unique book takes an analytical and scientific approach to
• Pandora’s box other healthcare professionals.
aromatherapy practices and principles based on the scientific
evidence to date. • emerging zoonoses
Aromatherapy Science consists•ofimplications forand
eight chapters healthcare.
68
monographs. The chapters review the scientific
Readership: basis of
practising pharmacists and other healthcare professionals, healthcare libraries,
aromatherapy and contents include:
healthcare undergraduates, veterinarians, regulatory bodies (food and pharmaceutical),
• historical background government healthcare, police and security bodies, undergraduate pharmacy students.
• aromatherapy practice
• chemistry of essential oils ISBN:
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Index

Subject Index
CAM (Complementary and Hospital Pharmacy FASTtrack: Therapeutics 19
Foundation in Pharmacy Practice 19
Alternative Medicine) Adverse Drug Reactions 30
Further MCQs in Pharmacy Practice 24
Aromatherapy Science 8 Asthma in Focus 41
BNF for Children 3 Health Economics 20
Complementary and Alternative Medicine 13
British National Formulary 3 Healthcare Communication 32
Dietary Supplements 7
Clinical Pharmacist: Journal 40 Hospital Pre-registration Pharmacist Training 20
Dietary Supplements Pocket Companion 8
Clinical Pharmacy Pocket Companion 8 International Research in Healthcare 32
Evaluation of Herbal Medicinal Products 31
Complete Guide to Medical Writing, The 30 Introduction to Statistics in Pharmaceutical Clinical Trials 22
FASTtrack: Complementary and Alternative Medicine 16
Concise Clinical Pharmacology 14 Lecture Notes in Pharmacy Practice 22
Herbal Medicines 5
Diabetes in Focus 41 MCQs in Clinical Pharmacy 22
Homeopathic Practice 32
Disease Management 15 MCQs in Pharmacy Practice 23
Homeopathic Prescribing Pocket Companion 10
Drugs and the Liver 31 Medicines Use Reviews: A practical guide 33
Nutraceuticals 41
FASTtrack: Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing 17 Non-medical Prescribing 34
Practical Guide to Licensing Herbal Medicinal Products, A 36
Handbook of Drug Administration via Enteral Feeding Obesity Epidemic and Its Management, The 34
Stockley’s Herbal Medicines Interactions 6
Tubes 9 Pathology and Therapeutics for Pharmacists 25
Traditional Medicine: A global perspective 37
Hospital Pharmacy 32 Patient Care in Community Practice 41
Hospital Pre-registration Pharmacist Training 20 Pharmaceutical Journal, The (PJ): Journal 40
Community Pharmacy Injectable Drugs Pocket Companion 10 Pharmacy Business Management 35
Adverse Drug Reactions 30
Introduction to Renal Therapeutics 33 PJ Online 40
Asthma in Focus 41
Introduction to Statistics in Pharmaceutical Clinical Trials 22 Pre-registration Interview, The 28
BNF for Children 3
Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference 2 Registration Exam Questions 29
British National Formulary 3
Obesity Epidemic and its Management, The 34 Strategic Medicines Management 41
Community Pharmacy Handbook 30
Osteoporosis in Focus 41
Diabetes in Focus 41
Parkinson’s Disease in Focus 34 Regulatory Works
Dietary Supplements 7
Pharmaceutical Care Made Easy 25 Dictionary of Pharmacovigilance 41
Drugs and the Liver 31
Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing 26 Good Pharmacovigilance Practice Guide 9
Drugs in Use 15
Pharmaceutical Isolators 35 Practical Guide to Licensing Herbal Medicinal Products, A 36
Drugs of Abuse 31
Pharmaceutical Journal, The (PJ): Journal 40 Principles of Good Clinical Practices 28
Evidence-based Pharmacy 31
Pharmaceutical Public Health 35 Rules and Guidance for Pharmaceutical Distributors 2007 11
FASTtrack: Managing Symptoms in the Pharmacy 17
Pharmacy Case Studies 27 Rules and Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers
Handbook of Pharmacy Health Education 41 and Distributors 2007 6
Pharmacy Law in Ireland 27
Health Economics 20
Prescribing Adult Intravenous Nutrition 11
Introduction to Renal Therapeutics 33
Quality Assurance of Aseptic Preparation Services 36 Science and Technology
Locum Pharmacy 41 Biological Medicines 12
Sampson’s Textbook of Radiopharmacy 29
Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference 2 Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Polymers 30
Schizophrenia in Focus 41
Medicines Use Reviews: A Practical Guide 33 British National Formulary 3
Sport and Exercise Medicine for Pharmacists 41
Minor Illness or Major Disease? 24 Chronotherapeutics 41
Stockley’s Drug Interactions Pocket Companion 11
Non-prescription Medicines 24 Clarke’s Analytical Forensic Toxicology 13
Stockley’s Herbal Medicines Interactions 6
Nurse Prescribers’ Formulary 2009-2011 10 Development and Control of Medicines and Medical
Strategic Medicines Management 41
Obesity Epidemic and Its Management, The 34 Devices 41
Traditional Medicine: A global perspective 37
Osteoporosis in Focus 41 Dictionary of Pharmacovigilance 41
Parkinson’s Disease in Focus 34 Essentials of Nonprescription Medications and Devices 15
Law and Ethics Essentials of Pharmaceutical Chemistry 16
Patient Care in Community Practice 41
Dale and Appelbe’s Pharmacy Law and Ethics 14
Pharmaceutical Care Made Easy 25 Evaluation of Herbal Medicinal Products 31
FASTtrack: Law and Ethics in Pharmacy Practice 17
Pharmacy Case Studies 27 FASTtrack: Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing 17
Health Policy and Ethics 20
Pharmaceutical Public Health 35 FASTtrack: Pharmaceutics – Dosage Form and Design 18
Pharmacy Ethics and Decision Making 27
Prescribing Adult Intravenous Nutrition 11 FASTtrack: Pharmaceutics – Drug Delivery and Targeting 18
Pharmacy Law in Ireland 27
Schizophrenia in Focus 41 FASTtrack: Pharmacology 18
Practical Guide to Licensing Herbal Medicinal Products, A 36
Sport and Exercise Medicine for Pharmacists 41 Good Pharmacovigilance Practice Guide 9
Rules and Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers
Stockley’s Drug Interactions 4 and Distributors 2007 6 Handbook of Extemporaneous Preparation 9
Stockley’s Drug Interactions Pocket Companion 11 Handbook of Pharmaceutical Excipients 5
Traditional Medicine: A global perspective 37 Pharmacy History Introduction to Clinical Pharmaceutics, An 21
Travel Medicine for Health Professionals 41 English Delftware Drug Jars 41 Introduction to Pharmaceutical Calculations 21
Workplace Drug Testing 38 Making Medicines 33 MCQs in Pharmaceutical Science 23
Zoonoses 38 Popular Medicines 36 Medicinal Uses of Cannabis and Cannabinoids, The 41
Molecular Biopharmaceutics 33
Forensic Science Pharmacy Practice Nuclear Pharmacy 25
Applications of LC-MS in Toxicology 41 Applied Pharmaceutical Practice 12 Paediatric Drug Handling 34
Clarke’s Analysis of Drugs and Poisons 7 Basic Pharmacokinetics 12 Pharmaceutical Capsules 41
Clarke’s Analytical Forensic Toxicology 13 Clinical Pharmacokinetics 13 Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing 26
Pharmaceutical Toxicology 35 Complete Guide to Medical Writing, The 30 Pharmaceutical Isolators 35
Workplace Drug Testing 38 Conducting Your Pharmacy Practice Research Project 14 Pharmaceutical Toxicology 35
Evidence-based Pharmacy 31 Physiochemical Principles of Pharmacy 28
FASTtrack: Applied Pharmaceutical Practice 16 Proteomics and Metabolomics in Pharmaceutical Sciences 36
FASTtrack: Managing Symptoms in the Pharmacy 17 Quality Assurance of Aseptic Preparation Services 36
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Rules and Guidance for Pharmaceutical
Distributors 2007 11
Suppositories 37 Veterinary Science
Tablet and Capsule Machine Instrumentation 37 Veterinary Formulary, The 11
Rules and Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Transdermal and Topical Drug Delivery 41
and Distributors 2007 6 Zoonoses 38
Workplace Drug Testing 38
Sampson’s Textbook of Radiopharmacy 29
Stability-Indicating HPLC Methods for Drug Analysis 37

Series
FASTtrack Series Parkinson’s Disease in focus 34 Tomorrow’s Pharmacist Series
Study guides for undergraduate pharmacy students. Schizophrenia in Focus 41 Books to help pre-registration trainees and pharmacy
students prepare for their future career.
FASTtrack: Applied Pharmaceutical Practice 16
FASTtrack: Complementary and Alternative Medicine 16
Pocket Companion Series Hospital Pre-registration Pharmacist Training 20
Concise pharmaceutical information in a handy format.
FASTtrack: Law and Ethics in Pharmacy Practice 17 MCQs in Pharmaceutical Calculations 23
Clinical Pharmacy Pocket Companion 8
FASTtrack: Managing Symptoms in the Pharmacy 17 Pre-registration Interview, The 28
Dietary Supplements Pocket Companion 8
FASTtrack: Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing 17 Registration Exam Questions 29
Homeopathic Prescribing Pocket Companion 10
FASTtrack: Pharmaceutics – Dosage Form and Design 18
Injectable Drugs Pocket Companion 10 ULLA Pharmacy Series
FASTtrack: Pharmaceutics – Drug Delivery and Targeting 18 Texts on pharmaceutical science produced by the ULLA
Stockley’s Drug Interactions Pocket Companion 11
FASTtrack: Pharmacology 18 Consortium (European Consortium for Advanced
Pharmaceutical Education and Research).
FASTtrack: Physical Pharmacy 19 Pharmacy Business and
International Research in Healthcare 32
FASTtrack: Therapeutics 19 Administration Series
Introductory textbooks covering all business aspects Molecular Biopharmaceutics 33
In Focus Series relating to pharmacy practice. Paediatric Drug Handling 34
Introductory texts on the pharmaceutical care of
Health Economics 20 Pharmaceutical Toxicology 35
patients with chronic conditions.
Health Policy and Ethics 20 Proteomics and Metabolomics in
Asthma in Focus 41 Pharmaceutical Sciences 36
Pharmaceutical Marketing Planning 26
Diabetes in Focus 41
Principles of Good Clinical Practices 28
Osteoporosis in Focus 41
Research Methods for Pharmaceutical Practice and Policy 29

Digital Formats
eBook FASTtrack: Therapeutics 19 Rules and Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers
and Distributors 2007 6
Adverse Drug Reactions 30 Foundation in Pharmacy Practice 19
Further MCQs in Pharmacy Practice 24 Stability-Indicating HPLC Methods for Drug Analysis 37
Applied Pharmaceutical Practice 12
Good Pharmacovigilance Practice Guide 9 Stockley’s Drug Interactions 4
Aromatherapy Science 8
Handbook of Drug Administration via Enteral Feeding Stockley’s Drug Interactions Pocket Companion 11
Basic Pharmacokinetics 12
Tubes 9 Stockley’s Herbal Medicines Interactions 6
BNF for Children 3
Handbook of Pharmaceutical Excipients 5 Suppositories 37
British National Formulary 3
Healthcare Communication 32 Tablet and Capsule Machine Instrumentation 37
Clarke’s Analysis of Drugs and Poisons 7
Herbal Medicines 5 Veterinary Formulary, The 11
Clarke’s Analytical Forensic Toxicology 13
Homeopathic Prescribing Pocket Companion 10 Zoonoses 38
Clinical Pharmacy Pocket Companion 8
Hospital Pre-registration Pharmacist Training 20
Community Pharmacy Handbook 30
International Research in Healthcare 32
PDA
Complementary and Alternative Medicine 13 BNF for Children 3
Introduction to Pharmaceutical Calculations 21
Complete Guide to Medical Writing, The 30 British National Formulary 3
Introduction to Renal Therapeutics 33
Concise Clinical Pharmacology 14 Clinical Pharmacy Pocket Companion 8
Introduction to Statistics in Pharmaceutical Clinical Trials 22
Dale and Appelbe’s Pharmacy Law and Ethics 14 Homeopathic Prescribing Pocket Companion 10
Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference 2
Dictionary of Pharmacovigilance 41 Stockley’s Drug Interactions Pocket Companion 11
MCQs in Clinical Pharmacy 22
Dietary Supplements 7
Dietary Supplements Pocket Companion 8
MCQs in Pharmaceutical Calculations 23
MedicinesComplete
Non-medical Prescribing 34
Disease Management 15 BNF for Children 3
Nutraceuticals 41
Drugs and the Liver 31 British National Formulary 3
Paediatric Drug Handling 34
Drugs in Use 15 Clarke’s Analysis of Drugs and Poisons 7
Parkinson’s Disease in Focus 34
Drugs of Abuse 31 Dietary Supplements 7
Pathology and Therapeutics for Pharmacists 25
Essentials of Economic Evaluation in Healthcare 41 Handbook of Drug Administration via Enteral Feeding
Pharmaceutical Capsules 41 Tubes 9
Essentials of Pharmaceutical Chemistry 16
Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing 26 Herbal Medicines 5
Evaluation of Herbal Medicinal Products 31
Pharmaceutical Statistics 41 Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference 2
FASTtrack: Applied Pharmaceutical Practice 16
Pharmaceutical Toxicology 35 Handbook of Pharmaceutical Excipients 5
FASTtrack: Complementary and Alternative Medicine 16
Pharmacy Case Studies 27 Rules and Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers
FASTtrack: Managing Symptoms in the Pharmacy 17 and Distributors 2007 6
Pharmacy Ethics and Decision Making 27
FASTtrack: Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing 17 Stability-Indicating HPLC Methods for Drug Analysis 37
Physicochemical Principles of Pharmacy 28
FASTtrack: Pharmaceutics – Dosage Form and Design 18 Stockley’s Drug Interactions 4
Popular Medicines 36
FASTtrack: Pharmacology 18 Stockley’s Herbal Medicines Interactions 6
Pre-registration Interview, The 28
FASTtrack: Physical Pharmacy 19 For more available titles visit medicinescomplete.com
Prescribing Adult Intravenous Nutrition 11
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Adverse Drug Reactions, 2nd edition 978 0 85369 601 8 £29.99 30
Applications of LC-MS in Toxicology 978 0 85369 629 2 £120.00 41
Applied Pharmaceutical Practice 978 0 85369 746 6 £24.99 12
Aromatherapy Science 978 0 85369 578 3 £34.99 8
Asthma in Focus 978 0 85369 647 6 £19.99 41
Basic Pharmacokinetics 978 0 85369 772 5 £39.99 12
Biological Medicines 978 0 85369 843 2 £29.99 12
Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Polymers 978 0 85369 730 5 £29.99 30
BNF for Children 2009 978 0 85369 847 0 £29.99 3
BNF for Children 2010 978 0 85369 927 9 £29.99 3
BNF59 978 0 85369 929 3 £29.99 3
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Chronotherapeutics 978 0 85369 488 5 £29.99 41
Clarke’s Analysis of Drugs and Poisons, 3rd edition 978 0 85369 473 1 £350.00 7
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Clarke’s Analytical Forensic Toxicology 978 0 85369 705 3 £39.99 13
Clinical Pharmacokinetics 978 0 85369 571 4 £19.99 13
Clinical Pharmacy Pocket Companion 978 0 85369 649 0 £21.99 8
Community Pharmacy Handbook 978 0 85369 716 9 £24.99 30
Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2nd edition 978 0 85369 763 3 £34.99 13
Complete Guide to Medical Writing, The 978 0 85369 667 4 £19.99 30
Concise Clinical Pharmacology 978 0 85369 576 9 £19.99 14
Conducting Your Pharmacy Practice Research Project, 2nd edition 978 0 85369 869 2 £15.99 14
Dale and Appelbe’s Pharmacy Law and Ethics, 9th edition 978 0 85369 827 2 £39.99 14
Development and Control of Medicines and Medical Devices 978 0 85369 567 7 £24.99 41
Diabetes in Focus, 2nd edition 978 0 85369 505 9 £24.99 41
Dictionary of Pharmacovigilance 978 0 85369 516 5 £29.99 41
Dietary Supplements, 3rd edition 978 0 85369 653 7 £39.99 7
Dietary Supplements 3 - Book and CD-ROM package 978 0 85369 729 9 £60.00 (+£5.25 VAT*) 7
Dietary Supplements Pocket Companion 978 0 85369 761 9 £19.99 8
Disease Management, 2nd edition 978 0 85369 767 1 £34.99 15
Drugs and the Liver 978 0 85369 710 7 £29.99 31
Drugs in Use, 4th edition 978 0 85369 791 6 £34.99 15
Drugs of Abuse, 2nd edition 978 0 85369 582 0 £29.99 31
English Delftware Drug Jars 978 0 85369 643 8 £45.00 41
Essentials of Economic Evaluation in Healthcare 978 0 85369 574 5 £24.99 41
Essentials of Nonprescription Medications and Devices 978 0 85369 861 6 £24.99 15
Essentials of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, 3rd edition 978 0 85369 745 9 £24.99 16
Evaluation of Herbal Medicinal Products 978 0 85369 751 0 £120.00 31
Evidence-based Pharmacy 978 0 85369 436 6 £29.99 31
FASTtrack: Applied Pharmaceutical Practice 978 0 85369 835 7 £17.99 16
FASTtrack: Complementary and Alternative Medicine 978 0 85369 774 9 £17.99 16
FASTtrack: Law and Ethics in Pharmacy Practice 978 0 85369 885 2 £17.99 17
FASTtrack: Managing Symptoms in the Pharmacy 978 0 85369 727 5 £17.99 17
FASTtrack: Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing 978 0 85369 700 8 £17.99 17
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Foundation in Pharmacy Practice 978 0 85369 747 3 £24.99 19
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Good Pharmacovigilance Practice Guide 978 0 85369 834 0 £29.99 9
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Handbook of Pharmacy Health Education, 2nd edition 978 0 85369 471 7 £34.99 41
Health Economics 978 0 85369 867 8 £29.99 20
Health Policy and Ethics 978 0 85369 838 8 £29.99 20
Healthcare Communication 978 0 85369 749 7 £29.99 32
Herbal Medicines, 3rd edition 978 0 85369 623 0 £75.00 5
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Homeopathic Practice 978 0 85369 726 8 £29.99 32
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Hospital Pharmacy 978 0 85369 502 8 £19.99 32
Hospital Pre-registration Pharmacist Training 978 0 85369 785 5 £19.99 20
Injectable Drugs Pocket Companion 978 0 85369 787 9 £21.99 10
International Research in Healthcare 978 0 85369 750 3 £29.99 32
Introduction to Clinical Pharmaceutics, An 978 0 85369 691 9 £24.99 21
Introduction to Pharmaceutical Calculations, 2nd edition 978 0 85369 603 2 £19.99 21
Introduction to Renal Therapeutics 978 0 85369 688 9 £29.99 33
Introduction to Statistics in Pharmaceutical Clinical Trials 978 0 85369 714 5 £29.99 22
Lecture Notes in Pharmacy Practice 978 0 85369 766 4 £39.99 22
Locum Pharmacy, 2nd edition 978 0 85369 569 1 £12.99 41
Making Medicines 978 0 85369 597 4 £19.99 33
Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference, 36th edition 978 0 85369 840 1 £375.00 2
Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference 36 personal user - CD ROM 978 0 85369 841 8 £375.00 (+£65.63 VAT*) 2
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MCQs in Pharmacy Practice, 2nd edition 978 0 85369 839 5 £19.99 23
Medicinal Uses of Cannabis and Cannabinoids, The 978 0 85369 517 2 £24.99 41
Medicines Use Reviews: A Practical Guide 978 0 85369 887 6 £24.99 33
Minor Illness or Major Disease?, 4th edition 978 0 85369 627 8 £24.99 24
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Nuclear Pharmacy 978 0 85369 866 1 £29.99 25
Nurse Prescribers’ Formulary 2009 – 2011 978 0 85369 898 2 £12.99 10
Nutraceuticals, 2nd edition 978 0 85369 659 9 £29.99 41
Obesity Epidemic and its Management, The 978 0 85369 786 2 £29.99 34
Osteoporosis in Focus 978 0 85369 483 0 £19.99 41
Paediatric Drug Handling 978 0 85369 686 5 £24.99 34
Parkinson’s Disease in Focus 978 0 85369 696 4 £29.99 34
Pathology and Therapeutics for Pharmacists, 3rd edition 978 0 85369 690 2 £45.00 25
Patient Care in Community Practice, 2nd edition 978 0 85369 450 2 £14.99 41
Pharmaceutical Calculations Workbook 978 0 85369 602 5 £19.99 21
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Pharmaceutical Care Made Easy 978 0 85369 650 6 £19.99 25
Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing, 2nd edition 978 0 85369 912 5 £39.99 26
Pharmaceutical Isolators 978 0 85369 573 8 £19.99 35
Pharmaceutical Marketing Planning 978 0 85369 896 8 £34.99 26
Pharmaceutical Public Health 978 0 85369 879 1 £29.99 35
Pharmaceutical Statistics 978 0 85369 425 0 £24.99 41
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Pharmacy Business Management 978 0 85369 563 9 £24.99 35
Pharmacy Case Studies 978 0 85369 724 4 £24.99 27
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Pharmacy Ethics and Decision Making 978 0 85369 689 6 £24.99 27
Pharmacy Law in Ireland 978 0 85369 882 1 £34.99 27
Pharmacy Preregistration Handbook, 2nd edition 978 0 85369 513 4 £14.99 41
Physicochemical Principles of Pharmacy, 4th edition 978 0 85369 608 7 £34.99 28
Popular Medicines 978 0 85369 728 2 £14.99 36
Practical Guide to Licensing Herbal Medicinal Products, A 978 0 85369 784 8 £250.00 36
Preregistration Interview, The 978 0 85369 698 8 £15.99 28
Prescribing Adult Intravenous Nutrition 978 0 85369 658 2 £29.99 11
Principles of Good Clinical Practices 978 0 85369 790 9 £29.99 28
Proteomics and Metabolomics in Pharmaceutical Sciences 978 0 85369 715 2 £29.99 36
Quality Assurance of Aseptic Preparation Services, 4th edition 978 0 85369 615 5 £29.99 36
Registration Exam Questions 978 0 85369 699 5 £19.99 29
Research Methods for Pharmaceutical Practice and Policy 978 0 85369 880 7 £29.99 29
Rules and Guidance for Pharmaceutical Distributors 2007 978 0 85369 758 9 £19.99 11
Rules and Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Distributors 2007 978 0 85369 719 0 £40.00 6
Rules and Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Distributors 2007 - Book and CD-ROM package 978 0 85369 721 3 £60.00 (+£5.25 VAT*) 6
Sampson’s Textbook of Radiopharmacy, 4th edition 978 0 85369 789 3 £75.00 29
Schizophrenia in Focus 978 0 85369 607 0 £24.99 41
Sport and Exercise Medicine for Pharmacists 978 0 85369 600 1 £19.99 41
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