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A Dictionary of Pharmacology and Allied Topics. Edition No. 2

  • ID: 1734185
  • Book
  • August 1998
  • Region: Global
  • 236 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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This dictionary spans the practice of pharmacology, and of allied sciences insofar as they are related to it, with particular emphasis on the development, regulation and use of human medicine. It is offered to students as well as to professionals in pharmacology and allied sciences for reference and for browsing, and as a bedside book and travelling companion. Its size (approximately 2000 entries) is appropriate for these uses.

Features of this dictionary:

. Provides definitions of terms in pharmacology, both basic and clinical

. Gives information on new medicine development and official regulations

. Covers allied topics, including statistics, ethics, scientific miscounduct, authorship, publication and law.

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Introduction. The "Why and How" of Computer Crashes. AC Power Variations. Surge Suppressors and Noise Filters. Grounding Requirements. Noise Suusceptibility and Emission. Other Reliability Factors. Why " Burn-In"? Environemtal Effects and ESD. Thermal Shock. Preventive Design Techniques. Printed Circuit Board Design and Layout. Overall System Design Appendix: Other Sources of Information on This Subject. Glossary. Index.

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Laurence, D.R.
Carpenter, J.R.
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