- Title: Basic Concepts in Pharmacology: What You Need to Know for Each Drug Class, 4e
- Author(s): Janet L. Stringer
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education / Medical
- Print ISBN: 9780071741040, 0071741046
- eText ISBN: 9780071769426, 0071769420
- Edition: 4th
- Publication year: 2011
- Publisher Price: $58.0
- Points to download: 60 Points
- Format: EPUB
- File Size: 7.3 MB
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