Thursday, May 30, 2019

Managing Symptoms in the Pharmacy (Free PDF)

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This book contains all the essential information required for managing symptoms presented in the pharmacy, and covers the common ailments that pharmacists are likely to be presented with. Each chapter is set out in the same structured format and content is presented concisely in a bullet-point form, for quick reference and to make the information easy to understand, assimilate and memorise.

Introduction to the FASTtrack series
About the author
1. Introduction
2. Cardiovascular conditions
Central nervous system
3. Motion sickness
4. Pain
Eye and ear
5. Ear problems
6. Eye conditions
Foot conditions
7. Athlete’s foot
8. Foot (podiatric) problems
9. Fungal nail infection (onychomycosis)
10. Verrucas (plantar warts) and warts (common warts)
11. Constipation
12. Diarrhoea
13. Haemorrhoids (piles)
14. Irritable-bowel syndrome (IBS)
15. Indigestion
16. Mouth ulcers (minor aphthous ulcers)
17. Head lice
18. Scabies
19. Threadworm
20. Musculoskeletal conditions
21. Common cold and infl uenza
22. Cough
23. Hayfever
24. Nicotine replacement therapy (NRT)
25. Acne
26. Cold sores (oral herpes simplex)
27 Eczema/dermatitis
28. Fungal skin infections
29. Scalp conditions
Women’s conditions
30. Cystitis
31. Dysmenorrhoea
32. Emergency hormonal contraception (EHC)
33. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
34. Vaginal thrush
Answers to self-assessment

Author Details
"Alan Nathan" Freelance pharmacy writer and consultant London, UK.

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