Comparative Veterinary Pharmacology Toxicology and TherapyComparative Veterinary Pharmacology Toxicology and Therapy



Raleigh, NC 27606. USA. ARONSON A.L. Clinical Pharmacology Unit. School of Veterinary Medicine. North Carolina State University, Raleigh. North Carolina 27606. USA. AUCOIN D.P. The Animal Medical Center. 510 E 62nd Street. New York.

Author: A.S.J.P.A.M. van Miert

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400941533

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Page: 576

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The third congress ofthe European Association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicol ogy (EAVPT) was held in Ghent, Belgium, from 25 to 29 August 1985. Part I of the Proceedings of this congress contains the abstracts of all invited lectures, oral communi cations and poster communications, presented at the congress. The invited lectures are now published (this volume) in extenso as Part II of the Proceedings. The editors wish to thank all invited speakers for their active contribution to the success of the third congress of EAVPT. They are very grateful to Dr. P. De Backer for compiling all manuscripts, Dr. P. Lees for scientific amendments, Miss B. Vermeesch and Dr. R. Lefebvre for preparing the camera ready copy and MTP Press for literary advice and publishing. A. S. J. P. A. M. van Miert M. G. Bogaert M. Debackere xi Contributors AMEND J.F. Department of Anatomy and Physiology, Atlantic Veterinary College. University of Prince Edward Island. Charlotte town. P.E.I. CIA 4P3. Canada. ANIKA S.M. Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology. University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Nigeria. ARGENZIO R.A. Department of Anatomy, Physiological Sciences. and Radio logy, School of Veterinary Medicine. North Carolina State University. Raleigh, NC 27606. USA. ARONSON A.L. Clinical Pharmacology Unit. School of Veterinary Medicine. North Carolina State University, Raleigh. North Carolina 27606. USA. AUCOIN D.P. The Animal Medical Center. 510 E 62nd Street. New York. New York 10021. USA. xiii xiv COMPARATIVE VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY, TOXICOLOGY AND THERAPY BAARS A.J.

Veterinary Pharmacology and TherapeuticsVeterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics



'Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics' has been thoroughly revised, updated and expanded to meet the needs of today's veterinarians, veterinary students, and animal health researchers.

Author: Jim E. Riviere

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780813820613

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'Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics' has been thoroughly revised, updated and expanded to meet the needs of today's veterinarians, veterinary students, and animal health researchers.

Pharmacology and ToxicologyPharmacology and Toxicology



This volume Pharmacology and Toxicology presents research studies in comparative pharmacology, clinical veterinary pharmacology and other aspects of pharmacology of interest to the veterinary profession.

Author: Volker Geiszler

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ISBN: 1681179296

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Page: 408

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Veterinary pharmacology and toxicology are being increasingly recognized as important disciplines and were also rapidly changing and evolving in the mid-twentieth century. By the mid-1950s, pharmacology and toxicology were a highly active area of veterinary medicine; veterinary pharmacology and toxicology emerged as new disciplines, closely related, because they were involved in developing new compound, particularly new antimicrobials and antiparasitics to control infection diseases, and analgesic/non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs affecting different animal species. By the mid-1950s, veterinary toxicology was a highly active area of veterinary medicine. Toxicology was once the science of poisons and intoxication, but currently toxicology should be regarded as the ¿science of safety¿ because it is essential in ensuring safety of food, feed, drugs, pesticides, and industrial products used in daily life. This volume `Pharmacology and Toxicology¿ presents research studies in comparative pharmacology, clinical veterinary pharmacology and other aspects of pharmacology of interest to the veterinary profession. Biochemical and molecular interactions were discussed, and the tools of other disciplines were brought to focus upon the problems of domestic animal poisonings. It is primarily intended to students in pharmocology and veterinary nurses; it focuses on the practical application of knowledge and encourages a problem-solving approach by introducing a discussion of the potential uses of drugs and exploring a variety of therapies. It illustrates the more complex areas of pharmacology and aid comprehension of the general action mechanisms of the various drugs discussed. Complicated concepts are presented in a user-friendly way to maximize understanding. An understanding of mechanisms, potential benefits, and risks of antidotes is essential for clinicians who manage poisoned animals.