"The text is highly illustrated throughout and includes key points
and appropriate examples, providing clinicians with some easily
accessible and relevant information.
Some examples of adverse events due to excipients, impurities, the influence of dosage forms, materials in delivery devices and even light-induced effects are also included. Although the detection of adverse events is not an easy task, these examples may assist clinicians in asking the right questions to predict or identify adverse effects.
The new focus on applications to clinical practice in this edition has extended its usefulness from pharmacy and pharmaceutical scientist courses to clinicians seeking an understanding of formulations, especially for children and older people, and in identifying the cause of adverse events."
Beverley Glass, Australian Prescriber October 2016
-- Beverley Glass * Australian Prescriber *