Meyler's Side Effects of Drugs, 16th Edition

  • Jeffrey K. Aronson
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  • ISBN-10: 0444537163
  • ISBN-13: 9780444537164
  • DDC: 615.704203
  • Grade Level Range: 11th Grade - College Senior
  • 4000 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2015 | Published/Released March 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2015

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This reference provides the most complete coverage of adverse reactions and interactions found anywhere. Each article contains detailed and authoritative information about the adverse effects of each drug, with comprehensive references to the primary literature making this a must have for any academic or medical library, pharmacologist, regulatory organization, hospital dispensary or pharmaceutical company.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Introduction.
The History of Meyler's Side Effects of Drugs and the Side Effects of Drugs Annuals, 1951–2015.
Mechanistic and Clinical Descriptions of Adverse Drug Effects, Adverse Drug Reactions, and Drug Interactions.
Definitive (Between-The-Eyes) Adverse Drug Reactions.
Classification of Immunological Reactions.
1: Classification of Drug Teratogenicity.
2: Grades of Adverse Drug Reactions.
3: How to Use This Book.
4: Abbreviations.
5: Definitions of Terms.
6: Alphabetical Contents List of Drug Monographs.
7: Abacavir.
8: Abciximab.
9: Abecarnil.
10: Abetimus.
11: Abiraterone Acetate.
12: Acamprosate.
13: Acanthaceae.
14: Acebutolol.
15: Acecainide.
16: Aceclofenac.
17: Acemetacin.
18: Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitors.
19: Acetylcysteine.
20: Acetylsalicylic Acid.
21: Aciclovir.
22: Acipimox.
23: Acivicin.
24: Acoraceae.
25: Acrisorcin.
26: Acrivastine.
27: Acrylic Bone Cement.
28: Activated Charcoal.
29: Adalimumab.
30: Adefovir.
31: Ademetionine.
32: Adenosine and Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP).
33: Adenosine Receptor Agonists.
34: Adiphenine.
35: Adrenaline (Epinephrine).
36: Adrenoceptor Agonists.
37: Ajmaline and its Derivatives.
38: Alatrofloxacin and Trovafloxacin.
39: Albendazole.
40: Albumin.
41: Alclofenac.
42: Alcuronium.
43: Aldesleukin.
44: Aldose Reductase Inhibitors.
45: Alefacept.
46: Alemtuzumab.
47: Alfadolone and Alfaxolone.
48: Alfentanil.
49: Alfuzosin.
50: Algae.
51: Alimemazine.
52: Aliphatic Alcohols.
53: Aliskiren.
54: Alizapride.
55: Alkylating Cytostatic Agents—Nitrosoureas and N–lost Derivatives.
56: Allopurinol.
57: Almitrine.
58: Aloeaceae.
59: Alosetron.
60: Alpha1-antitrypsin.
61: Alpha1-Proteinase Inhibitor.
62: Alpha-Adrenoceptor Antagonists.
63: Alpha-Glucosidase Inhibitors.
64: Alphaprodine.
65: Alpidem.
66: Alprazolam.
67: Alprostadil.
68: Aluminium.
69: Alverine Citrate.
70: Amantadine.
71: Amaranthaceae.
72: Amaryllidaceae.
73: Ambrisentan.
74: Amfepramone (Diethylpropion).
75: Amikacin.
76: Amiloride.
77: Amineptine.
78: Aminocaproic Acid.
79: Aminoglycoside Antibiotics.
80: Aminolevulinic Acid.
81: Aminophenazone (Amidopyrine).
82: Aminorex.
83: Aminosalicylates.
84: Amiodarone.
85: Amiphenazole.
86: Amisulpride.
87: Amitriptylinoxide.
88: Amlodipine.
89: Ammonium Chloride.
90: Ammonium Tetrathiomolybdate.
91: Amocarzine.
92: Amodiaquine.
93: Amopyroquine.
94: Amoxapine.
95: Amphetamines.
96: Amphotericin.
97: Ampiroxicam.
98: Amprenavir.
99: Amrinone.
100: Amtolmetin Guacil.
101: Amygdalin.
102: Amylin Analogues.
103: Anacardiaceae.
104: Anagrelide.
105: Anakinra.
106: Androgens and Anabolic Steroids.
107: Anecortave Acetate.
108: Anesthetic Ether.
109: Anesthetics, General.
110: Anesthetics, Local.
111: Angiotensin II Receptor Antagonists.
112: Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors.
113: Anidulafungin.
114: Animal Products.
115: Anorectic Drugs.
116: Antacids.
117: Antazoline.
118: Anthracyclines and Related Compounds.
119: Anthracyclines-Liposomal Formulations.
120: Anthrax Vaccine.
121: Antiandrogens.
122: Antianginal Drugs.
123: Anti-CD40 Monoclonal Antibody (BG9588).
124: Anticholinergic Drugs.
125: Antidepressants, Second-Generation.
126: Antidysrhythmic Drugs.
127: Antiepileptic Drugs.
128: Antifungal Azoles [For Systemic Use].
129: Antifungal Azoles and other Antifungal Drugs for Topical Use.
130: Antihistamines.
131: Antimony and Antimonials.
132: Antithrombin III.
133: Antithymocyte Globulin.
134: Antituberculosis Drugs.
135: Antivenoms.
136: Antrafenine.
137: Apiaceae.
138: Apixaban.
139: Apocynaceae.
140: Apomorphine.
141: Aprepitant.
142: Aprindine.
143: Aprotinin.
144: Araliaceae.
145: Arecaceae.
146: Argatroban.
147: Arginine.
148: Aripiprazole.
149: Aristolochiaceae.
150: Aromatase Inhibitors.
151: Arsenic.
152: Arsenobenzol.
153: Artemisinin Derivatives.
154: Articaine.
155: Artificial Sweeteners.
156: Asclepiadaceae.
157: Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C).
158: Asparagaceae.
159: Asparaginase.
160: Astemizole.
161: Asteraceae.
162: Atazanavir.
163: Atenolol.
164: Atomoxetine.
165: Atorvastatin.
166: Atovaquone.
167: Atracurium Dibesilate.
168: Atropine.
169: Avoparcin.
170: Azacitidine.
171: Azapropazone.
172: Azathioprine and Mercaptopurine.
173: Azelastine.
174: Azipranone.
175: Azithromycin.
176: Bacille Calmette–Guérin (BCG) Vaccine.
177: Bacitracin.
178: Baclofen.
179: Bambuterol.
180: Barbiturates.
181: Barium Sulfate.
182: Barnidipine.
183: Basidiomycetes.
184: Basiliximab.
185: Batanopride.
186: Bedaquiline.
187: Bemetizide.
188: Benazepril.
189: Benfluorex.
190: Benorilate.