The Pharmacotherapy of Common Functional Syndromes: Evidence-Based Guidelines for Primary Care Practice (Hardback)Peter Manu (author)
Hardback 320 Pages / Published: 28/07/2000
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Get up-to-date with this invaluable guidebook!The four major functional disorders--chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, and premenstrual syndrome--plague a sizable portion of humanity. In the past, they have been ignored, misdiagnosed, or treated with folk remedies (usually with less-than-optimum results), or inappropriate or ineffective medications.Now, The Pharmacotherapy of Common Functional Syndromes: Evidence-Based Guidelines for Primary Care Practice delivers a critical presentation of drug therapies for each of these disorders. This volume evaluates all of the best available research in this field to determine effective therapeutic approaches for these conditions.This thorough and lucid review discusses these four major functional disorders: chronic fatigue syndrome fibromyalgia irritable bowel syndrome premenstrual syndromeHere you can examine diagnostic criteria and treatment regimes that reveal what medicines and treatments had positive and negative responses for patients and the known risks and benefits of the drugs used in each case. This informative book gives medical professionals and their patients a concise and current source that contains the latest research on these topics.The Pharmacotherapy of Common Functional Syndromes: Evidence-Based Guidelines for Primary Care Practice is the single volume that will give you insight into each of these syndromes to help you decide what course of action to take with your patients and what medications are right for them.
Publisher: Informa Healthcare
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 703 g
Dimensions: 222 x 159 x 29 mm
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