A new case-based approach to teaching infectious disease pharmacotherapy to pharmacy students
Reflecting the growing demand for healthcare providers versed in infectious disease pharmacotherapy, this innovative new text provides an essential examination of the subject through patient cases seen in actual practice. Assuming little prior knowledge of infectious diseases on the reader’s part, the text covers both common and uncommon presentations, as well as disease states not found in similar textbooks.
Infectious Diseases: A Case Study Approach includes multiple-choice questions along with detailed explanations for both correct and incorrect answer choices, and valuable insight into each disease state. With this valuable resource, pharmacy students will learn how to apply pharmacotherapy concepts to real-world situations.
• Coverage of myriad disease states, including bacterial infections, prosthetic joint infections, bite wounds, encephalitis, and sexually transmitted diseases
• Students will learn how to apply concepts to real-world situations
• Includes enlightening clinical pearls for numerous disease states
• Multiple-choice questions with complete answers, and more