Essential Neuropharmacology: The Prescriber's Guide

Author:   Stephen D. Silberstein (Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia) ,  Michael J. Marmura (Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia) ,  Hsiangkuo Yuan (Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia) ,  Stephen M. Stahl (University of California, San Diego)
Publisher:   Cambridge University Press
Edition:   2nd Revised edition
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Pages:   480
Publication Date:   15 October 2015
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Author:   Stephen D. Silberstein (Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia) ,  Michael J. Marmura (Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia) ,  Hsiangkuo Yuan (Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia) ,  Stephen M. Stahl (University of California, San Diego)
Publisher:   Cambridge University Press
Imprint:   Cambridge University Press
Edition:   2nd Revised edition
Dimensions:   Width: 14.00cm , Height: 2.90cm , Length: 22.90cm
Weight:   1.160kg
ISBN:  

9781107485549


ISBN 10:   1107485541
Pages:   480
Publication Date:   15 October 2015
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Table of Contents

Introduction; List of icons; Acknowledgements; 1. Acetazolamide; 2. Alemtuzumab; 3. Almotriptan; 4. Alteplase; 5. Amantadine; 6. Amifampridine; 7. Amitriptyline; 8. Apixaban; 9. Apomorphine; 10. Aprepitant; 11. Aripiprazole; 12. Armodafinil; 13. Aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid); 14. Azathioprine; 15. Baclofen; 16. Benztropine; 17. Bevacizumab; 18. Botulinum toxin type A; 19. Botulinum toxin type B; 20. Bromocriptine; 21. Bupropion; 22. Carbamazepine; 23. Carisoprodol; 24. Carmustine; 25. Chlorpromazine; 26. Citalopram; 27. Clobazam; 28. Clonazepam; 29. Clonidine; 30. Clopidogrel; 31. Clozapine; 32. Corticotropin; 33. Cyclobenzaprine; 34. Cyclophosphamide; 35. Cyclosporine (ciclosporin); 36. Cyproheptadine; 37. Dabigatran etexilate; 38. Dalfampridine; 39. Dantrolene; 40. Desvenlafaxine; 41. Dexamethasone; 42. Dextromethorphan/quinidine; 43. Diazepam; 44. Diclofenac; 45. Dihydroergotamine (DHE); 46. Dimethyl fumarate; 47. Dipyridamole/aspirin; 48. Donepezil; 49. Droperidol; 50. Droxidopa; 51. Duloxetine; 52. Edoxaban; 53. Edrophonium; 54. Eletriptan; 55. Entacapone; 56. Escitalopram; 57. Eslicarbazepine acetate; 58. Ethosuximide; 59. Everolimus; 60. Ezogabine; 61. Felbamate; 62. Fingolimod; 63. Flunarizine; 64. Frovatriptan; 65. Gabapentin; 66. Galantamine; 67. Glatiramer acetate; 68. Guanfacine; 69. Haloperidol; 70. Heparin; 71. Intravenous immunoglobulin (iVIg); 72. Indomethacin; 73. Interferon-ss (1a and 1b); 74. Lacosamide; 75. Lamotrigine; 76. Levetiracetam; 77. Levodopa and carbidopa; 78. Levomilnacipran; 79. Lidocaine; 80. Lithium; 81. Mannitol; 82. Meclizine; 83. Memantine; 84. Metoclopramide; 85. Metaxalone; 86. Methocarbamol; 87. Methotrexate; 88. Methylergonovine; 89. Methysergide; 90. Mexiletine; 91. Milnacipran; 92. Mirtazapine; 93. Mitoxantrone; 94. Modafinil; 95. Mycophenolate mofetil; 96. Nabiximols; 97. Naratriptan; 98. Natalizumab; 99. Netupitant/palonosetron; 100. Nimodipine; 101. Nortriptyline; 102. Olanzapine; 103. Ondansetron; 104. Oxcarbazepine; 105. Penicillamine; 106. Perampanel; 107. Phenytoin and fosphenytoin; 108. Pizotifen; 109. Pramipexole; 110. Prednisone; 111. Pregabalin; 112. Primidone; 113. Prochlorperazine; 114. Propranolol; 115. Pyridostigmine; 116. Quetiapine; 117. Quinine sulfate; 118. Ramelteon; 119. Reserpine; 120. Riluzole; 121. Rituximab; 122. Rivaroxaban; 123. Rivastigmine; 124. Rizatriptan; 125. Ropinirole; 126. Rotigotine transdermal system; 127. Rufinamide; 128. Sodium oxybate; 129. Sumatriptan; 130. Suvorexant; 131. Tasimelteon; 132. Temozolomide; 133. Teriflunomide; 134. Tetrabenazine; 135. Tiagabine; 136. Timolol; 137. Tizanidine; 138. Topiramate; 139. Trientine hydrochloride; 140. Trihexyphenidyl; 141. Valproic acid and derivatives (DPX); 142. Venlafaxine; 143. Verapamil; 144. Vigabatrin; 145. Vilazodone; 146. Vortioxetine hydrobromide; 147. Warfarin; 148. Zolmitriptan; 149. Zonisamide; List of abbreviations; Index by drug name; Index by use; Index by class.

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Review of previous edition: '... [this] book is ideal for use in the clinical environment and the authors have released an 'App' to facilitate this use - a well-judged addition ... The interface is intuitive, even for the 'smartphone' novice.' Advances in Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation


Author Information

Stephen D. Silberstein is a Professor at Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, and Director, Jefferson Headache Center, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, USA. Michael J. Marmura is Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurology, Jefferson Headache Center, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, USA. Hsiangkuo Yuan is a visiting scholar in the Department of Neurology, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, USA. Stephen M. Stahl is Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Diego, CA, USA, and Honorary Visiting Senior Fellow at the University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.

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