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Beta-Blockers: Physiological, Pharmacological and Therapeutic Implications
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Editors: John R. Richards, M.D. (Department of Emergency Medicine, University of California, Davis School of Medicine, Sacramento, California, USA)
Book Description:
In the late 1950s, Sir James Black made a tremendous contribution to pharmacology and medicine with his discovery of -blockers. After the first -blockers became available in the 1960s, these drugs were noted to have beneficial effects in reducing morbidity and mortality from ischemic heart disease. It soon thereafter became apparent that blocking the adverse effects of the sympathetic nervous system could benefit many other diseases. As research and development continued, later generations of -blockers appeared, each with unique properties such that it is now impossible to group these agents into one class to uniformly describe their effects. In this edition of Beta-Blockers: Physiological, Pharmacological and Therapeutic Implications, the authors examine how -blockers have evolved from their origin as a treatment for angina to a myriad of other related and unrelated medical conditions. These include (in order of appearance), heart failure, hypertension, sepsis, tachydysrhythmias, portal hypertension, variceal bleeding, stimulant toxicity, thyrotoxicosis, obstructive lung disease, trauma, pheochromocytoma, cancer, acute coronary syndromes, and coronary arterial disease. The authors of these chapters hail from a spectrum of medical specialties as diverse as the indications for -blockers: anesthesiology, cardiology, critical care, emergency medicine, gastroenterology, hematology/oncology, internal medicine, pharmacology, pulmonology, surgery, and toxicology. In this book, we also discuss controversies as well as the evolving and changing indications and contraindications for the use of this amazing class of drugs. This book will be of interest to physicians, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, research scientists, and informed patients. (Nova Biomedical)


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Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1. Beta-Blockers for Heart Failure: Pharmacology, Relevance, and Justification (pp. 1-44)
(Shahid Akbar and John R. Richards)

Chapter 2. Beta-Blockers for Control of Hypertension: Controversy, Evidence, and Current Practice (pp. 45-78)
(Shahid Akbar and John R. Richards)

Chapter 3. Beta-Blockers in Critical Care and Obstructive Lung Diseases: New Directions (pp. 79-106)
(Brooks T. Kuhn, E. Pierce Stewart, Mark V. Avdalovic, Timothy E. Albertson and Michael Schivo)

Chapter 4. Beta-Blockers Following Traumatic Injury (pp. 107-120)
(Tyler J. Loftus, Elizabeth S. Miller and Alicia M. Mohr)

Chapter 5. Beta-Blocker Overdose: Progressive Treatment Options (pp. 121-146)
(Timothy. E. Albertson, Alyrene A. Dorey, John R. Richards and Susan Murin)

Chapter 6. Beta-Blockade in Septic Shock: A Paradigm Shift in Management? (pp. 147-166)
(Richard Browne and Tony Whitehouse)

Chapter 7. The Unopposed Alpha-Stimulation Phenomenon: What is the Role of Beta-Blockers? (pp. 167-230)
(John R. Richards, Howard E. McKinney Jr and Bernard Silke)

Chapter 8. Beta-Blockers and Cancer: An Emerging Treatment (pp. 231-262)
(Shahid Akbar and John R. Richards)

Chapter 9. The Use of Beta-Blockers in the Emergency Department (pp. 263-272)
(Max Hockstein and Deborah Diercks)

Chapter 10. Beta-Adrenergic Blockade in Patients with Myocardial Infarction: Evolution, Efficacy and Controversy (pp. 273-286)
(Ezra A. Amsterdam, Shahad Al Chalaby, Sean Fraser, Naveen Gupta, Tina Gupta, Muhammad Majid, Balasingam Thevakumar, Navya Sree Vipparla and Sandhya Venugopal)

Chapter 11. Beta-Blocker Therapy for Acute Coronary Syndrome and Stable Coronary Artery Disease: Current Issues and Outcomes (pp. 287-298)
(Manoj Kesarwani)

About the Editor (pp. 299-300)

Index (pp. 301)

Total Pages: 314

   Series:
      Pharmacology - Research, Safety Testing and Regulation
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2018 - March
   ISBN: 978-1-53613-311-0
   Status: AV
  
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