Have you ever wanted to truly know what goes on inside the head of Sherlock Holmes? Have you wanted to be able to read people and their expressions like books? Have you ever wanted to read a room and all the tells and clues that it provides? Then this is the book for you. The Monographs is a complete and comprehensive manual that will impart the lessons on everything you need to know to become a Deductionist in today's world. Contained within you will learn how to think and approach problem solving like the famed detective, spot liars in person and through their handwriting, deduce clues, personality traits, and the personal details of people through their phones, watches and clothes. Figure out where people live from the shoes that they wear, deduce what they do for a living, how to build a memory palace as intricate and perfect as the one that is written about, histories, theory, application, how to train, practice and develop your skills. All this and much, much more. After you read this book not only will you see the world but you will truly observe what goes on inside it as well. Your name will still be your own, but you can make it your business to know what other people do not know.
"Today the chemical analysis is the dominant direction of the quality control system of TCM and natural medicines. But it is difficult to measure the quality for TCM herbs by detecting solely the presence / absence of a single or small number of marker components at very low concentration, especially for the herbs derived from mutliorigins and produced from wide localities, as well as those with unknown principle bioactive components. From this standpoint, it is necessary to use multidisciplinary technologies, integrating the morphological authentication and chemical analysis, qualitative detection and quantitative determination, and physic-chemical analysis and bioassay, in order to distinguish the authentic herb from the adulterant, the superior from the inferior, and to improve the standards of TCM herbs. This book includes 60 commonly used TCM herbs, each involving the following items: definition, location, action and indication, description, microscopic identification, TLC identification, HPLC/GC fingerprint identification (optional), assay, discussion and references. It is a valuable reference of quality evaluation for TCM herbs."--
Release on 2014-08-01 | by Director Drug Information Group Clinical Associate Professor College of Pharmacy Department of Pharmacy Practice University of Illinois at Chicago Chicago Illinois Michael Gabay,Michael Gabay
Author: Director Drug Information Group Clinical Associate Professor College of Pharmacy Department of Pharmacy Practice University of Illinois at Chicago Chicago Illinois Michael Gabay,Michael Gabay
Pubpsher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
"This resource will educate students and pharmacists on traditional drug information topics while providing an extensive background on more recent practice areas. This is a user-friendly text with multiple examples that can be used in education and training, as well as clinical practice. Each chapter includes learning objectives, key terms, examples and cases, and review questions"--
The International Pharmacopoeia contains a collection of recommended methods for analysis and quality specifications for pharmaceutical substances, excipients and products. This new edition consolidates the texts of the five separate volumes of the third edition and includes new monographs for antiretroviral substances (didanosine, indinavir sulfate, nelfinavir mesilate, nevirapine, ritonavir, saquinovir, and saquinovir mesilate) adopted by the WHO Expert Committee on Specifications for Pharmaceutical Preparations in October 2004. It includes some additions and amendments to the general notices of the Pharmacopoeia, as well as some changes to its layout and format. Volume one contains monographs for pharmaceutical substances A to O and the General Notices; and volume two contains monographs for pharmaceutical substances P to Z, together with those for dosage forms and radiopharmaceutical preparations, the methods of analysis and reagents.
A Collection of Monographs Originally Appearing in Food and Cosmetics Toxicology
Author: D. L. J. Opdyke
Category: Technology & Engineering
Monographs on Fragrance Raw Materials contains a collection of monographs originally appearing in Food and Cosmetics Toxicology from the first issues in 1973 to the last ones in 1978. The monographs are organized in alphabetical order, as a regular feature of Food and Cosmetics Toxicology. This monograph will prove valuable to many readers of Food and Cosmetics Toxicology, as well as to the wider community of scientists and interested consumers.
This clinical guide and practical reference is ideal for those who use and combine liquid herbal remedies for the individual needs of the patient. With three introductory chapters, 125 monographs, and various glossaries and appendices, it covers the fundamental concepts of using liquid herbals, including how the remedies are made, quality issues, and dosage guidelines. The monographs include full prescribing information that covers actions, indications, contraindications, warnings and precautions, interactions, side effects, dosage, traditional usage, pharmacological research, clinical studies, and full references. Focuses solely on liquid herbal preparations — making it a must-have resource and the only book of its kind. Covers approximately 125 herb profiles in detail. Offers the widest range of research-backed information currently available on herbs. Begins with basic principles to give practitioners confidence in the accuracy and precision of their prescriptions. Written by one of the leading names in herbal medicine. Clinically relevant with quick access to dosage information, contraindications, and more.