Assess physiological processes
Identify the appropriateness of a therapeutic agent
Determine appropriate dosing for therapeutic use.
Extensively referenced and organized by major body systems, individual topics are listed in an evidence–based format according to specific disease processes or physiological processes of interest. Each entry also includes information on the mechanism of action, administration, and diagnostic interpretation.
Descriptions have been provided for the application of diagnostic pharmaceuticals to assess a wide spectrum of diseases and physiological processes relevant to the fields of veterinary and human medicine. Comparative Diagnostic Pharmacology is useful not merely for pharmaceutical–oriented research investigations, but it will also prove invaluable for the monitoring and evaluation of physiological responses and disease processes in animal models.
Journal Titles Abbreviations.
Section 1: Body Systems.
Central Nervous System.
Hepatic Pharmcogenetics and Metabolic Genetic.
Renal and Urinary.
Section 2: Cancer Genetics.
Genetics and Nucleic Acids.
Inflammation and Sepsis.
Metabolism, Electrolytes and Hypoxia.
Section 3: Contract and Image–enhancing Agents.
Florescent and Pigment Dye Reagents.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
Radiographic Image–Enhancing Agents.
Positron Emission Tomography.
Section 4: Delivery Modalities.
Methodology and Techniques.
Macro–synthetic Delivery Platforms.