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Medicine - Internal Medicine | Drug Allergy - Clinical Aspects, Diagnosis, Mechanisms, Structure-Activity Relationships (Reviews)

Drug Allergy

Clinical Aspects, Diagnosis, Mechanisms, Structure-Activity Relationships

Baldo, Brian, Pham, Nghia H

2013, XVIII, 447 p. 228 illus., 70 illus. in color.

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From the reviews:

“The current book offers valuable knowledge regarding mechanisms, clinical aspects, diagnostic methods, and therapeutic approach in drug allergy, which will aid the caring physician to successfully diagnose and manage affected individuals. … The summary points at the end of each chapter represent an outstanding feature of this book. As a comprehensive overview of the mechanisms, clinical manifestations and diagnostic methods in drug allergy will provide valuable and practical information for every physician interested in this disease.” (Juan Carlos Aldave, World Allergy Organization, worldallergy.org, February, 2014)

“Book presents the science behind what truly is an allergic reaction to guide evidence-based decisions on drug therapy. It addresses the clinical aspects of allergy in addition to the mechanism of disease, the molecular chemistry behind allergy, and other key features. … Although this can be a valuable reference for anyone in healthcare, the primary audience is composed of physicians, pharmacists, and nurses, as well as students … . a great reference for those who wish more information or are preparing lectures on this topic.” (Patrick J. McDonnell, Doody’s Book Reviews, October, 2013)



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