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Side Effects of Drugs Annual. Volume 41

  • Book

  • November 2019
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
  • ID: 4772177

Side Effects of Drugs Annual: A Worldwide Yearly Survey of New Data in Adverse Drug Reactions, Volume 41, first published in 1977, and continually published as a yearly update to the voluminous encyclopedia Meyler's Side Effects of Drugs, presents clinicians and medical investigators with a critical survey of new data and trends in adverse drug reactions and interactions. Topics covered in this new release include Central Nervous System Stimulants and Drugs that Suppress Appetite, Antidepressants, Lithium, Drugs of Abuse, Hypnotics and Sedatives, Antipsychotic Drugs, Antiepileptics, Opioid Analgesics and Narcotic Antagonists, Anti-Inflammatory and Antipyretic Analgesics and Drugs Used in Gout, and much more.

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Table of Contents

1. Central nervous system stimulants and drugs that suppress appetite Dushyant Kshatriya and Nicholas T. Bello 2. Antidepressants Jonathan Smithson and Philip B. Mitchell 3. Lithium Jason Boswell, Holly Lowe, Katherine Adorati, Sidhartha D. Ray and Connie Rust 4. Drugs of abuse Katelynn M. Mayberry, Robyn A. Lorys and Sidhartha D. Ray 5. Sedatives and hypnotics Stacey D. Curtis and Murraysha R. Ramnarine 6. Antipsychotic agents Emily Leppien, Tamara Bystrak and Bennett Doughty 7. Anti-epileptic medications Cici Walker, Seohyun (Claudia) Choi and Sidhartha D. Ray 8. Opioid analgesics and narcotic antagonists Michael G. O'Neil, Justin G. Kullgren and Jennifer M. Silva 9. Anti-inflammatory and antipyretic analgesics and drugs used in gout Brittany Long and Mark E. Olah 10. General anesthetics and therapeutic gases Olugbenga-Benjamin Awolumate, Emma Houston and Alison Hall 11. Local anesthetics Andrew P. Smith 12. Neuromuscular blockings agents and skeletal muscle relaxants Abigail Dee Antigua and Kacee Barnett 13. Drugs that affect autonomic functions or the extrapyramidal system Toshio Nakaki 14. Antihistamines (H1 receptor antagonists Cheryl K. Horlen and Johnathan Cuevas 15. Drugs that act on the respiratory tract Dinesh Yogaratnam, Mary Bylo, Katherine M. Carey, Valerie Coppenrath, Aimee Dawson, Amy BW LaMothe, Ann M. Lynch and Nnamdi Okeke 16. Positive inotropic drugs and drugs used in dysrhythmias Kerry Anne Rambaran and Saeed Alzghari 17. Beta adrenergic antagonists and antianginal drugs Asima N. Ali, Jennifer J. Kim, Lindsey Stever, Mary Ellen Pisano and Claudia L. Campos 18. Drugs acting on the cerebral and peripheral circulations Keaton S. Smetana and Casey C. May 19. Antihypertensive drugs Rebecca Kavanagh 20. Diuretics Michelle Friedman-Jakubovics and Roman Fazylov 21. Metals and metal antagonists Joshua P. Gray, Jeeseon Kim and Sidhartha D. Ray 22. Antiseptic drugs and disinfectants Dirk W. Lachenmeier 23. Beta-lactams and tetracyclines Rebecca A. Buckler, Meghan T. Mitchell and Samantha R. Phillips 24. Miscellaneous antibacterial drugs Emily C. Tucker, Jessica Gehlert and Tilenka R. J. Thynne 25. Antifungal drugs Dayna S. McManus and Sunish Shah 26. Antiprotozoal drugs Adrienne T. Black and Sidhartha D. Ray 27. Antiviral drugs Eris Cani, Tae Eun Park and Rebecca Kavanagh 28. Drugs in tuberculosis and leprosy Meenakshi R. Ramanathan, Crystal Howell and James M. Sanders 29. Antihelminthic drugs Igho J. Onakpoya 30. Vaccines Michael P. Veve and Vasilios Athans 31. Blood, blood components, plasma, and plasma products Seohyun Claudia Choi, Michael Casias, Danielle Tompkins, Jimmy Gonzalez and Sidhartha D. Ray 32. Vitamins, amino acids, and drugs and formulations used in nutrition Jordan E. Dimmel, Anuj Patel, Jeffery F. Clark, Vishakha S. Bhave, Essie Samuel and Vicky Mody 33. Drugs that affect blood coagulation, fibrinolysis and hemostasis Roman Fazylov and Jeeseon Rosa Kim 34. Gastrointestinal drugs Lindsey Sellers Coppiano and Dianne May 35. Drugs that act on the immune system: Cytokines and monoclonal antibodies Helen E Smith and Bradi L. Frei 36. Drugs that act on the immune system: Immunosuppressive and immunostimulatory drugs Cucnhat Walker and Sidhartha D. Ray 37. Corticotrophins, corticosteroids, and prostaglandins Marley L. Watson, Kevin Hall and Matthew R. Watson 38. Sex hormones, related compounds and hormonal contraceptives including miscellaneous hormones Amulya Tatachar and Caitlin M. Gibson 39. Thyroid hormones, iodine and iodides, and antithyroid drugs Hua Ling, Anuj Patel, Jonathan Park and Vishakha S. Bhave 40. Insulin and other hypoglycemic drugs Laura A. Schalliol, Jasmine M. Pittman and Sidhartha D. Ray 41. Adverse drug reactions and adverse drug events associated with use of psychotropic, antiepileptic, antihypertensive and antidiabetic drugs in pregnancy Dana R. Fasanella, Sarah L. Benner, Frederick R. Tejada and Patrice Jackson-Ayotunde 42. Drugs that affect lipid metabolism Rebecca Tran and Amanda Phoenix 43. Radiological contrast agents and radiopharmaceuticals Manoranjan S D'Souza, Emily N. Howell and Sidhartha D. Ray 44. Drugs used in ocular treatment Lisa V. Stottlemyer and Robert S. Duszak 45. Safety of complementary and alternative medicine treatments and practices Renee A. Bellanger, Christina M. Seeger and Helen E. Smith 46. Misc. medical devices and technologies Paramita Basu, Rajesh Vadlapatla, Priyank Kumar and Joshua P. Gray


Sidhartha D. Ray Senior Professor of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences, Touro College of Pharmacy, Touro University System, Manhattan, NY, USA. Sidhartha D. Ray, PhD, FACN serves as a Senior Professor of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences at The Touro College of Pharmacy at Manhattan, New York. Prior to this he served as Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences for nearly 2 decades at the Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences of Long Island University, New York, and as the founding chair of Pharmaceutical Science department at Manchester University College of Pharmacy, Indiana, USA. He has been in the health sciences academy for over 35 years mainly focusing on pharmacy teaching, research and service. Dr. Ray's research program focus on drug & chemical induced organ toxicology, mechanistic & molecular toxicology, adverse drug reaction mechanisms, side effects of a number of therapeutically relevant drugs and environmentally significant chemicals. Over the last two decades, Dr. Ray's seminal discoveries have provided clear understandings on the dynamic role of apoptosis, necrosis and necraptosis during organotoxic reactions and have influenced the development of safety measures for a stunning variety of xenobiotics, phytochemicals and nutraceuticals. He is internationally recognized as a leader in the scientific community and was one of the front runners in exploring mechanisms of drug and chemical-induced programmed and un-programmed cell death in in-vivo models. His landmark studies on the interplay of bcl-2, bcl-xl, p53, bad and bax during acetaminophen induced cell death and its prevention by grape seed proanthocyanidin extract has earned worldwide citations. His peer recognition and acknowledged service contributions are reflected by his election into multiple international professional organizations, such as the Society of Toxicology (SOT), Society of Free Radical Biology & Medicine (SFRBM), American Society of Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET), American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) and American College of Nutrition (ACN). Dr. Ray is an Associate Editor of Encyclopedia of Toxicology (3rd Ed, Elsevier, 2014), and serves on the editorial boards of multiple prestigious international journals, including 'Archives of Toxicology' and 'Oxidative Medicine & Cellular Longevity'.
Based on his contributions to teaching, service and scholarship to health sciences in general, Dr. Ray received multiple prestigious awards, inc. the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology's national research award (1996), 'Fellow of the American College of Nutrition' honor in 1999, David Newton Award for Excellence in Teaching Pharmacy (2005), the Biennial Abraham Krasnoff Memorial Award for Lifetime Scholarly Achievement (2008), Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy & Health Science's 'Wall-of-Fame' honor (2011), the Society of Toxicology's 'Undergraduate Educator of the Year' national award (2013), and the Manchester University's 'Outstanding Scholar of the Year' award (2014). He currently serves on the SOT-NIH-NLM's joint Toxlearn Project, SOT Undergraduate Task Force (2007 - present), and has previously served on the SOT's Education Committee (2007 - 2010). In his lifetime, Dr. Ray has mentored research to numerous PharmD, MS, MD and PhD students in a number of areas of toxicology and biomedical sciences, made seminal contributions to the fields of pharmacology, toxicology, free radical biology, anticancer mechanism, phytochemicals, nutraceuticals & dietary supplements, and molecular safety sciences. Dr. Ray loves to promote 'Lifelong Learning' strategies to his students and clearly models his beliefs day in and day out. Visit URL: www.sidhartharay.com/ for more details.