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Where to Find Books
Most of the books for Pharmacy are at our Northenden Library in aisle 5. To find a specific book ask a Librarian or check the library catalogue . The classmark tells you where the book is on the shelf.
Pharmacy Law and Practice
Medicines - Dictionaries
Hu man B iology
Super-Spreading in Infectious Diseases by
As one of the biological factors that most powerfully impacted history, infectious diseases continue to be a leading cause of global morbidity and mortality. At least two major factors are making infectious diseases assume more important roles than ever before.
Community Pharmacy by
Fully illustrated throughout using tables with a diagnosis (key questions for each condition); evidence-based OTC medication; practical prescribing; product selection.
Junqueira's Basic Histology by
The histology text the medical field turns to first -- authoritative, concise, beautifully illustrated and completely up-to-date with more than 600 full-colour illustrations.
Symptoms in the Pharmacy by
An indispensable guide to the management of common symptoms seen in the pharmacy. Designed for quick and easy reference with helpful summary which covers ailments which will be encountered in the pharmacy on a daily basis.
Drug Calculations for Nurses by
Begins with the basic mathematical skills required to perform calculations, including tips on estimating answers. It covers drug strengths and concentrations, dosage calculations, IV infusion therapies, and pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics.
How Drugs Work by
Equips readers with a set of clear concepts for matching the pharmacology to the diagnosis. It condenses the aspects of pharmacology directly relevant to everyday practice into a concise accessible volume.
Understanding Chemistry by
Covering essential aspects of chemistry, features of the modern periodic table, bonding between atoms in molecules and substances, shapes and structures of molecules, metals and materials, alkalis and acids, carbon compounds, electronic structure of atoms, classification of elements, simple chemical reactions, biopolymers and man-made polymers and aspects of energy
Can't Find the Book You Want?
Is the book you want out on loan? Ask us to keep it for you when it is returned. You can reserve online too - search for the book in the library catalogue, log in and click Reserve.
Is the book you want at another library site? Ask us to have it sent to your campus library for you to collect, usually the next day. Or borrow it yourself from the other library, just remember to take your student ID card.
Do you know of a good book that we don't have? Please contact your subject support. If we like it too, we may order it and then let you know when it arrives.