Pharmacotherapy Casebook: A Patient-Focused Approach, Eleventh Edition

by ; ; ; ;
Edition: 11th
Format: Paperback
Pub. Date: 2020-04-21
Publisher(s): McGraw Hill / Medical
  • Free Shipping Icon

    Free Shipping on all Orders Over $35!*

    *excludes Marketplace items.

  • Buyback Icon We Buy This Book Back!
    In-Store Credit: $11.97
    Check/Direct Deposit: $11.40
List Price: $76.80

Buy New

Usually Ships in 24-48 Hours

Rent Textbook

Select for Price
There was a problem. Please try again later.

Rent Digital

Online: 1825 Days access
Downloadable: Lifetime Access

Used Textbook

We're Sorry
Sold Out

This item is being sold by an Individual Seller and will not ship from the Online Bookstore's warehouse. The Seller must confirm the order within two business days. If the Seller refuses to sell or fails to confirm within this time frame, then the order is cancelled.

Please be sure to read the Description offered by the Seller.

Table of Contents

•Section 1: Principles of Patient-Focused Therapy Section Editor: Terry L. Schwinghammer oChapter 1: Introduction: How to Use This Casebook oChapter 2: Active Learning Strategies oChapter 3: Patient Communication: Getting the Most Out of That One-on-One Time oChapter 4: The Patient Care Plan oChapter 5: Documentation of Pharmacist Encounters and Interventions oChapter 6: Pediatrics: Children Are Not Just Little Adults Level III oChapter 7: Geriatrics: Falling Frannie Level II oChapter 8: Palliative Care: Helpful Hospice Level III oChapter 9: Clinical Toxicology: Acetaminophen Toxicity: If One Is Good, More Is Better Level II oChapter 10: Cyanide Exposure: Expect the Unexpected Level II oChapter 11: Chemical Threat Agent Exposure: Name That Poison Level II •Section 2: Cardiovascular Disorders Section Editor: Julia M. Koehler oChapter 12: Cardiac Arrest: Staying Alive Level II oChapter 13: Hypertension: Pass the Salt, Please Level II oChapter 14: Hypertensive Crisis: I Don’t Really Need Those Pills Level I oChapter 15: Heart Failure with Reduced Ejection Fraction: Cross My Heart and Hope to Live Level III oChapter 16: Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction: A Balancing Act Level II oChapter 17: Acute Decompensated Heart Failure: Don’t Be Such a Busy Body Level II oChapter 18: Ischemic Heart Disease: Chronic Stable Angina: An Uphill Battle Level III oChapter 19: Acute Coronary Syndrome: ST-elevation Myocardial Infarction: I Can’t Handle the Pressure Level III oChapter 20: Ventricular Arrhythmia: Nyagon’s Parking Lot Accident Level III oChapter 21: Atrial Fibrillation: Go Easy on My Beating Heart Level III oChapter 22: Deep Vein Thrombosis: Trouble from Deep Within Level II oChapter 23: Pulmonary Embolism: HIT Can Happen Level II oChapter 24: Chronic Anticoagulation: To Bridge or Not to Bridge, That Is the Question Level III oChapter 25: Stroke: One Stroke Off Par Level II oChapter 26: Dyslipidemia: I Need Refills Level II oChapter 27: Peripheral Artery Disease: Cold Feet? Level III oChapter 28: Hypovolemic Shock: A Glass Half Full Level II •Section 3: Respiratory Disorders Section Editor: Julia M. Koehler oChapter 29: Acute Asthma: A Little Influenza, a Big Asthma Attack Level I oChapter 30: Chronic Asthma: Cat Got Your Tongue? Level II oChapter 31: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Treading on Thin Air Level II oChapter 32: Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension: Windy Cindy Level II oChapter 33: Cystic Fibrosis: Blood, Sweat, Lungs, and Gut Level II •Section 4: Gastrointestinal Disorders Section Editor: Jill S. Borchert oChapter 34: Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: A Burning Question Level II oChapter 35: Peptic Ulcer Disease: Feel the Burn Level II oChapter 36: Nsaid-Induced Ulcer Disease: To Protect and Serve Level II oChapter 37: Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis/Upper GI Hemorrhage: A Bloody Good Time Level I oChapter 38: Crohn Disease: A Sense of Urgency Level II oChapter 39: Ulcerative Colitis: Seriously? Four Times a Day? Level I oChapter 40: Nausea and Vomiting: In for a Tune-Up Level II oChapter 41: Diarrhea: Diner’s Diarrhea Level I oChapter 42: Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Life in the Slow Lane Level II oChapter 43: Pediatric Gastroenteritis: One Thing You Should Try at Home Level II oChapter 44: Constipation: All Bound Up Level II oChapter 45: Ascites Management in Portal Hypertension and Cirrhosis: Back to Drinking Level II oChapter 46: Esophageal Varices: Banding the Bleeding Level I oChapter 47: Hepatic Encephalopathy: State of Confusion Level I oChapter 48: Acute Pancreatitis: A Sod Story Level II oChapter 49: Chronic Pancreatitis: Like a Shot to the Gut Level II oChapter 50: Viral Hepatitis A: Forbid Dual Infections Level II oChapter 51: Viral Hepatitis B: A Persistent Infection Level III oChapter 52: Viral Hepatitis C: Guidelines for Optimal Care De-LIVER-y Level II •Section 5: Renal Disorders Section Editor: Jill S. Borchert oChapter 53: Drug-Induced Acute Kidney Injury: Not a Cute Consequence Level II oChapter 54: Acute Kidney Injury: There’s Nothing Cute About It Level II oChapter 55: Progressive Renal Disease: It Was Only a Matter of Time Level III oChapter 56: End-Stage Kidney Disease: Urine Trouble Level II oChapter 57: Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone Release: A Sudden Change of Mind Level I oChapter 58: Electrolyte Abnormalities in Chronic Kidney Disease: Turn Down the ‘Lytes Level II oChapter 59: Hypercalcemia of Malignancy: Up, Up, and Away Level I oChapter 60: Hypokalemia and Hypomagnesemia: A Super Bowl Party Level III oChapter 61: Metabolic Acidosis: Oh, My Aching Acidosis Level II oChapter 62: Metabolic Alkalosis: Keep Me in the Loop Level I •Section 6: Neurologic Disorders Section Editor: Sharon K. Park oChapter 63: Alzheimer Disease: Not Going Gently Into That Good Night Level II oChapter 64: Multiple Sclerosis: White Dots and Black Holes Level I oChapter 65: Complex Partial Seizures: An Overdue Visit to a Neurology Clinic Level I oChapter 66: Generalized Tonic–Clonic Seizures: Senior Seizures Level II oChapter 67: Status Epilepticus: Tempest in a Tom Collins Level I oChapter 68: Acute Management of the Brain Injury Patient: The Agony of Defeat Level III oChapter 69: Parkinson Disease: Slow and Shaky Level III oChapter 70: Chronic Pain Managment: Using Opioid Medication in a Troubled Time Level II oChapter 71: Acute Pain Management: No Pain, Much Gain Level I oChapter 72: Migraine Headache: Oh, My Aching Head! Level II •Section 7: Psychiatric Disorders Section Editor: Sharon K. Park oChapter 73: Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: He Is So Energized, He Keeps Going and Going and Level I oChapter 74: Bulimia Nervosa: Self-Conscious Socialite Level I oChapter 75: Alcohol Withdrawal: Cold Turkey Can Land You in Hot Water Level I oChapter 76: Nicotine Dependence: What Is That Smell? Level II oChapter 77: Schizophrenia: A Thousand Worms Inside My Body Level I oChapter 78: Major Depression: A Life Worth Living Level I oChapter 79: Bipolar Disorder: Up All Night Level II oChapter 80: Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Nervous Neddie Level I oChapter 81: Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder: Five Is the Magic Number Level I oChapter 82: Insomnia: Poor Adherence and Poor Sleep Level II •Section 8: Endocrinologic Disorders Section Editor: Julia M. Koehler oChapter 83: Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus and Ketoacidosis: Disconnected Level II oChapter 84: Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: New Onset: The Candy Man Level II oChapter 85: Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Existing Disease: Establishing Optimal Control Level II oChapter 86: Hyperthyroidism: Graves Disease: Gland Central Level II oChapter 87: Hypothyroidism: Trying to Have a Baby Is Making Me Tired! Level II oChapter 88: Cushing Syndrome: A Tale of Two Glands Level II oChapter 89: Addison Disease: I May Look Great, But I Don’t Feel Well Level II oChapter 90: Hyperprolactinemia: The Missing Period Level I •Section 9: Women’s Health (Gynecologic Disorders) Section Editor: Sharon K. Park oChapter 91: Pregnancy and Lactation: Pregnant at This Age? Level II oChapter 92: Contraception: Babies Aren’t Us Yet Level II oChapter 93: Emergency Contraception: Forget Me Not Level II oChapter 94: Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder: A Gloomy Girl Level II oChapter 95: Endometriosis: Persistent Pelvic Pain Level II oChapter 96: Managing Menopausal Symptoms: A Hot Topic Level II •Section 10: Urologic Disorders Section Editor: Terry L. Schwinghammer oChapter 97: Erectile Dysfunction: Where There’s a Pill, There’s a Way Level III oChapter 98: Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: Trouble with Dribbles Level II oChapter 99: Urinary Incontinence: Bladder Matters Level II •Section 11: Immunologic Disorders Section Editor: Terry L. Schwinghammer oChapter 100: Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: Sometimes, It’s Lupus Level II oChapter 101: Allergic Drug Reaction: Return of the 3-Day Itch Level II oChapter 102: Solid Organ Transplantation: Kidney—Don’t Fail Me Now! Level III •Section 12: Bone and Joint Disorders Section Editor: Sharon K. Park oChapter 103: Osteoporosis: A bone to pick with osteoporosis Level II oChapter 104: Rheumatoid Arthritis: Joint Project Level II oChapter 105: Osteoarthritis: The Tolls of Labor Level II oChapter 106: Gout and Hyperuricemia: The King of Oktoberfest Level II •Section 13: Disorders of the Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat Section Editor: Terry L. Schwinghammer oChapter 107: Glaucoma: Silent Blindness Level III oChapter 108: Allergic Rhinitis: Breathe in, Breathe out Level I •Section 14: Dermatologic Disorders Section Editor: Terry L. Schwinghammer oChapter 109: Cutaneous Reaction to Drugs: A Case of TEN Level III oChapter 110: Acne Vulgaris: The Graduate Level II oChapter 111: Psoriasis: The Harried School Teacher Level II oChapter 112: Atopic Dermatitis: The Itch that Erupts when Scratched Level I •Section 15: Hematologic Disorders Section Editor: Terry L. Schwinghammer oChapter 113: Iron Deficiency Anemia: Wilbur Is Tired and His Stomach Hurts Level I oChapter 114: Vitamin B12 Deficiency: Tongue Twister Level II oChapter 115: Folic Acid Deficiency: More Wine, Anyone? Level I oChapter 116: Sickle Cell Anemia: Engineering a Crisis Level I •Section 16: Infectious Diseases Section Editor: Douglas Slain oChapter 117: Using Laboratory Tests in Infectious Diseases: Chief of Staph Level III oChapter 118: Bacterial Meningitis: This Is Spinal Tap Level II oChapter 119: Acute Bronchitis: The Collegiate Cough Level II oChapter 120: Community-Acquired Pneumonia: The Coughing Conundrum Level II oChapter 121: Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia: The HAPpening Level III oChapter 122: Otitis Media: Up To My Ears with Ear Infections Level II oChapter 123: Rhinosinusitis: Sick Sinus Level II oChapter 124: Acute Pharyngitis: A Serious Pain in the Neck Level I oChapter 125: Influenza: Run Over by the Flu Level II oChapter 126: Skin and Soft Tissue Infection: A Pain in the Butt Level II oChapter 127: Diabetic Foot Infection: Let’s Nail That Infection Level II oChapter 128: Infective Endocarditis: Toxic Choices Level II oChapter 129: Tuberculosis: Close Encounters Level II oChapter 130: Clostridium Difficile Infection: C. Diff-icult to Treat Level II oChapter 131: Intra-Abdominal Infection: Like Mother, Like Son Level II oChapter 132: Lower Urinary Tract Infection: Where Is the Bathroom? Level I oChapter 133: Pyelonephritis: Resistant Rod Level II oChapter 134: Pelvic Inflammatory Disease and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections: Frankie and Jenny Were Lovers Level II oChapter 135: Syphilis: Here Today … Gone Tomorrow? Level I oChapter 136: Genital Herpes, Gonococcal, and Chlamydial Infections: Triple Threat Level II oChapter 137: Osteomyelitis and Septic Arthritis: I Must Be Getting Old Level II oChapter 138: Sepsis: Time Is of the Essence Level III oChapter 139: Dermatophytosis: Toeing the Line Level I oChapter 140: Bacterial Vaginosis: Competition Among Bacteria Level I oChapter 141: Candida Vaginitis: It’s Back Level I oChapter 142: Invasive Fungal Infections: The Brewer’s Yeast Level II oChapter 143: Infections in Immunocompromised Patients: Making a Rash Decision Level II oChapter 144: Antimicrobial Prophylaxis for Surgery: In Life, Preparation Is Everything Level II oChapter 145: Pediatric Immunization: Back to School Level II oChapter 146: Adult Immunization: Immunizations: Not Just Kid Stuff Level II oChapter 147: HIV Infection: The Antiretroviral-Naive Patient Level II •Section 17: Oncologic Disorders Section Editor: Terry L. Schwinghammer oChapter 148: Breast Cancer: An Opportunity Lost Level II oChapter 149: Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: It Takes Your Breath Away Level II oChapter 150: Colon Cancer: Drug Therapy by Design Level II oChapter 151: Prostate Cancer: Missed Opportunity Level II oChapter 152: Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma: Striking Out Cancer Level II oChapter 153: Hodgkin Lymphoma: The Firefighter Level I oChapter 154: Ovarian Cancer: Family Ties Level II oChapter 155: Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia: Ian’s Unexpected Weight Loss Level II oChapter 156: Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia: It’s Not Always Sunny in Philadelphia Level II oChapter 157: Kidney Cancer: Molecular Therapies Level II oChapter 158: Melanoma: You Have Been Exposed Level II oChapter 159: Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation: Many Meds, Many Interactions Level III •Section 18: Nutrition and Nutritional Disorders Section Editor: Terry L. Schwinghammer oChapter 160: Parenteral Nutrition: Getting Past the Obstruction Level III oChapter 161: Adult Enteral Nutrition: Gut Check Level III oChapter 162: Obesity: To Be Single and 23 Again (BMI That Is) Level II •Section 19: Complementary and Alternative Therapies (Level III) Section Editor: Terry L. Schwinghammer and Cydney E. McQueen oSection 19: Complementary and Alternative Therapies (Level III): Introduction oAppendix A: Conversion Factors and Anthropometrics oAppendix B: Common Laboratory Tests oAppendix C: Part I: Common Medical Abbreviations; Part II: Prevent Medication Errors by Avoiding oAppendix D: Sample Responses to Case Questions

An electronic version of this book is available through VitalSource.

This book is viewable on PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and most smartphones.

By purchasing, you will be able to view this book online, as well as download it, for the chosen number of days.

A downloadable version of this book is available through the eCampus Reader or compatible Adobe readers.

Applications are available on iOS, Android, PC, Mac, and Windows Mobile platforms.

Please view the compatibility matrix prior to purchase.