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Pharmacotherapy by Farid Badria (ed.)

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Pharmacotherapy
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535105329
Number of pages: 194

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The intent of this book is to provide an overview of current conceptualizations of Pharmacotherapy. The book focuses on three major areas; diagnosis, treatment, and prevention for a wide array of diseases; Cognitive and Psychological disorders (Schizophrenia and Nicotine addiction), Inflammatory disorders (New Chemical anti-inflammatory and Immunotherapy), updated antihypertensive therapy and healing of ulcers with venous origin.

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