Review of Pharmacology 9th Edition by Gobind Rai Garg and Sparsh Gupta has a series in pharmacology related medical books. This book is also known as CRG. Pharmacology is one of the most difficult and at the same time one of the most important subjects in various postgraduate entrance examinations. As we have experienced, most students who prepare for the postgraduate entrance exams are in a dilemma, whether they are pursuing an earlier education or retiring. Integrated study takes a lot of time and due to heavy textbooks, some important questions are likely to be lost. In a retrospective study, students answer frequently asked MCQs but new questions are not covered. We have tried to overcome the shortcomings of both methods while maintaining the advantages.
In this book (Review of Pharmacology 9th Edition) we have given a concise and enriched text in each chapter followed by MCQs from various postgraduate entrance examinations and other important questions likely to come. The text provides the advantage of antegrade study in a short span of time. After going through the book, it will be easier for the student to solve the questions of most recent examinations, which are given at the end of the book.
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After going through the ninth edition of Review of Pharmacology medical book, it will be easier for the student to solve the questions of most recent examinations, which are given at the end of the book. More and more questions about new drugs are being asked in the entrance examinations nowadays. These NEW DRUGS have been covered along with the text and a separate chapter has been added at the end. Salient features of the new drugs along with the reference in the text have been included in this chapter.
Recently, the questions are being asked from SOME EMERGING TOPICS like anti-obesity drugs, anti-smoking drugs, drugs for erectile dysfunction and nitric oxide. All these topics have been discussed in a separate chapter. Large number of questions about first choice drugs is being incorporated in the entrance examinations. To cover these questions, a separate chapter entitled “DRUGS OF CHOICE” has been added. Important ADVERSE EFFECTS caused by drugs have also been included. It is very difficult and at times very confusing to remember large number of drugs and adverse effects.
To make learning easy, several easy to grasp MNEMONICS have been given throughout the text. Despite our best efforts, some mistakes might have crept in, which we request all our readers to kindly bring to our notice. Your suggestions, appreciation and criticism are most welcome. The most important thing is that Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine‘s refrences are used in this book.
|Book Name||Review of Pharmacology|
|Author of Book||Gobind Rai Garg and Sparsh Gupta|
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