Extended Stability for Parenteral Drugs, 6th edition, by Caryn Dellamorte Bing and Anna Nowobilski-Vasilios
The end of Alzheimer’s: the first programme to prevent and reverse the cognitive decline of dementia, by Dale E Bredesen
Decision making in pharmacySubscription
Basic Skills in Interpreting Laboratory Data, 6th edition, by Mary Lee
Superbug encounters of the resistant kindSubscription
Superbugs: The Fight For Our Lives, a new exhibition at London’s Science Museum, explores potential solutions to the global threat of antibiotic resistance.
Diabetes Unpacked: Just Science and Sense, No Sugar Coating, edited by Zoë Harcombe.
Introduction to Acute and Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Practice, Second Edition, by David A. Holdford.
Applying pharmacokinetics to clinical practiceSubscription
Clinical pharmacokinetics, 6th edition, edited by John E Murphy
Smart infusion pumps: implementation, management and drug libraries, 2nd edition, edited by Pamela K Phelps.
An interesting book which explains why sugar is the real enemy and not fat, and how dietary and lifestyle changes can improve cardiovascular health.
Putting pharmacogenomics into practiceSubscription
Concepts in pharmacogenomics, edited by Martin M. Zdanowicz.
Comprehensive guide on handling hazardous drugsSubscription
The chapter <800> answer book, by Patricia C Kienle
Clinical handbook of psychotropic drugs, edited by Ric M Procyshyn, Kalyna Z Bezchlibnyk-Butler and J Joel Jeffries.
Living in a microbial worldSubscription
I contain multitudes: the microbes within us and a grander view of life, by Ed Yong.
The clever guts diet: how to revolutionise your body from the inside out, by Michael Mosley
The obesity epidemic. Why diets and exercise don’t work and what does, by Robyn Toomath
Admissions: a life in brain surgery, by Henry Marsh
Why dieting is a battle of the mindSubscription
The hungry brain. Outsmarting the instincts that make us overeat, by Stephan Guyenet
How telomeres affect your health and longevitySubscription
The telomere effect by Elizabeth Blackburn and Elissa Epel
Tender is the scalpel’s edge, by Gautam Das.
A fascinating look at the history of toxicologySubscription
Toxicology in the middle ages and renaissance, edited by Philip Wexler
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