Foundations in Pharmacokinetics

By Adam M. Persky, Gary M. Pollack

Foundations in Pharmacokinetics

362 pp., , 272 videos, 59 embedded practices, 9 self-assessments, and 9 embedded review sections

  • E-book EPUB ISBN: 978-1-4696-3600-9
    Published: January 2017

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Understanding the concepts of pharmacokinetics, the movement of drugs within the body, is fundamental to the education and practice of pharmacology. In Foundations in Pharmacokinetics Adam M. Persky and Gary M. Pollack, both recipients of prestigious teaching awards, offer their perspectives on the concepts and important questions of this challenging area of pharmacy. This textbook features videos, practices, and self-assessments to help students learn the foundational concepts of pharmacokinetics.

This textbook is available in a digital format through the Apple iBooks Store. Features include: 272 videos, 59 embedded practices, 9 self-assessments, and 9 embedded review sections.

About the Authors

Adam M. Persky is Clinical Associate Professor in the Division of Pharmacotherapy and Experimental Therapeutics at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy.
For more information about Adam M. Persky, visit the Author Page.

Gary M. Pollack is Dean of the College of Pharmacy at Washington State University.
For more information about Gary M. Pollack, visit the Author Page.