Antiretroviral Resistance in Clinical Practice
by Anna Maria Geretti (ed.)
Publisher: Mediscript 2006
Number of pages: 178
This book gives the reader insights into the more mechanistic aspects of resistance and the analyses that lie behind the interpretation of resistance. Most importantly, the book aims to provide an up-to-date guide to those aspects of resistance that have the greatest impact on clinical care.
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This book provides an introduction to the physiochemical and mathematical principles underlying the practice of pharmacy. The emphasis on new dosage forms and controlled delivery systems, problems and worked examples are some of the features.
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This volume presents current scientific evidence of biomolecular effects of selected herbs and their relation to clinical outcome and promotion of human health. The book also addresses the ethical challenges of using herbal medicine.
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