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By Peter N. Bennett MD FRCP DPMSA, Morris J. Brown MA MSc FRCP FAHA FMedSci

This publication is for college kids, medical professionals and certainly for all thinking about evidence-based drug treatment. an information of pharmacological and healing rules is vital if drugs/medicines are for use properly and successfully for more and more trained and important sufferers. medical professionals who know how medicinal drugs get into the physique, how they produce their results, what occurs to them within the physique, and the way facts in their healing impact is classified, will select medicinal drugs extra skilfully, and use them extra effectively than those that don't. the rules concerned are neither so a number of nor so obscure as to discourage any prescriber, together with these whose basic pursuits lie in other places than in pharmacology. All who use medicines can't break out both the ethical or the felony 'duty of care' to prescribe in an educated and in charge way.Introductory first 3 sections conceal basic precept of medical pharmacology; 5 next sections conceal drug therapy of disorder organised by way of physique systemRetains approachable type set via the unique writer, Professor LaurenceEmphasis all through is on evidence-based and secure drug prescribingNew color designIncreased use of graphicsSlightly shorter by means of removing of outdated fabric

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In the UK, for example, this reservation is expressed in progressively more stringent legislation. The Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 makes it an offence to carry out any scientific procedure on animals except under licence, the requirements of which include that:      Animals are only used as a last resort. Every practical step is taken to avoid distress or suffering. The smallest possible number of animals is used. The potential benefits have to be weighed against the cost to the animals; the simplest or least sentient species is used.

In other words, experiments in animal models provide a critical safety check on candidate drugs; potentially hazardous or ineffective drugs can be eliminated and for those drugs that do progress to clinical trials, target organs identified in animal studies can be monitored. Animal research has contributed to virtually every area of medical research, and almost all of the best known drug and surgical treatments of the past and present owe their origins in some way to evidence from animals. The antibacterial effectiveness of penicillin was as proved in tests on mice.

18 Drugs for rare diseases inevitably must often be licensed on less than ideal amounts of clinical evidence. 19 GUIDE TO FURTHER READING Banks R E, Dunn M J, Hochstrasser D F et al 2000 Proteomics: new perspectives, new biomedical opportunities. Lancet 356:1749-1756 Beeley N, Berger A 2000 A revolution in drug discovery: combinatorial chemistry still needs logic to drive science forward. British Medical Journal 321:581-582 Dolan K 1999 Ethics, animals and science. Blackwell Science, London Dollery C T 1999 Drug discovery and development in the molecular era.

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