Extracted from the Drug Abuse Handbook, 2nd edition, to give you just the information you need at an affordable price.
Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of Abused Drugs is a concise and focused volume devoted to the metabolism and measurable effects of drugs on the human body. Beginning with basic concepts and models designed to provide a fundamental understanding of the subject matter, the book details the specifics of absorption, distribution, and elimination pathways and rates of commonly abused drugs. It analyzes the effects of drug use on human performance including response time, memory and recall, logical and cognitive processes, as well as physiological changes. Packed with data and comparative studies, this handy volume considers the effects of marketed and prescription medications as well as illicit drugs including opioids, cannabis, cocaine, methamphetamine, MDMA, ketamine, nicotine, and LSD. Containing 29 figures and tables and extensive references, this is a must-have resource for the influence of drug use and abuse on human physiology and performance.
Table of Contents
Pharmacokinetics: Basic Concepts and Models, A.J. Jenkins, Ph.D.
Pharmacokinetic Modeling and Pharmacokinetic-Pharmacodynamic Correlations, A.J. Jenkins, Ph.D.
Toxicokinetics and Factors Affecting Pharmacokinetic Parameters, A.J. Jenkins, Ph.D.
Pharmacokinetics of Specific Drugs, A.J. Jenkins, Ph.D.
Pharmacodynamics: Effects of Abused Drugs on Human Performance: Laboratory Assessment, S.J. Heishman, Ph.D. and C.S. Myers, Ph.D.
Performance-Based Assessment of Behavioral Impairment in Occupational Settings, T.H. Kelly, Ph.D., R.C. Taylor, M.A., S.J. Heishman, Ph.D., and J. Howland, Ph.D.
Pupillometry and Eye Tracking as Predictive Measures of Drug Abuse, W.B. Pickworth, Ph.D. and R. Murillo, B.A.
Abuse of Marketed Medications, K.L. Preston, Ph.D., D.H. Epstein, Ph.D., J.P. Schmittner, M.D.,
and S.L. Walsh, Ph.D. Index