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Understanding Experimental Pharmacology

 

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ISBN: 9789388108447
The book covers practical aspects of experimental pharmacology with a view to explain pharmacodynamics and pharmacotherapeutics to the MBBS and MD (pharmacology) students. A large number of charts, graphics, flow diagrams and viva voce questions have also been given. In addition, the book will also be useful to BPharm, MPharm and MSc (pharmacology) studetns.

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    Understanding Experimental Pharmacology is a unique book, written to meet the demands of MBBS and MD (Pharmacology) students. The book covers the practical aspects of experimental pharmacology to close the gap of understanding between pharmacodynamics and pharmacotherapeutics with the help of a large number of charts, graphs, flow diagrams and viva voce questions. The book is also useful for BPharm, MPharm and MSc (Medical Pharmacology) students.

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    Publisher CBS Publishers & Distributors
    Binding Paperback
    Year 2019
    Edition 1/E
    Author Ravi Kant Tiwari
    About the Author

    Ravi Kant Tiwari MBBS, MD (Pharmacology) is currently Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology, Heritage Institute of Medical Sciences, Varanasi, UP. He has been a brilliant academic performer, among the toppers at MBBS and MD examinations, and winner of various scientific quizzes. Even after scoring very good ranks in postgraduate entrance examinations, he opted for MD (Pharmacology) because of his keen interest in the subject. He has attended and presented posters and papers at various national and international conferences. He is actively involved in teaching and training of medical students.

    Subject PHARMACOLOGY
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