Aspirin and Ibuprofen (2 Volume Set)

1st Edition

Kim D. Rainsford

CRC Press
Published October 28, 2004
Reference - 800 Pages
ISBN 9780415302234 - CAT# TF1627

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Providing a comprehensive and critical review of basic science and clinical aspects, this two-volume set covers the history, development, and current patterns of world-wide use of aspirin and ibuprofen. The coverage of pharmacokinetics and therapeutic effects highlights the factors affecting absorption, distribution, metabolism, and elimination. The books outline the chemical properties and synthesis of aspirin and its derivatives and considers the safety vesus efficacy issues and the pharmacoepidemiological data of ibuprofen. With the breadth and depth of scientific and clinical data available in one source, this set is the most definitive reference currently available on these drugs.


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