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    Pain Management in Cancer Patients


    Subjective nature of pain
    Opioid analgesics
    Special considerations
    Side effects of opioid analgesics
    Other drugs
    Tolerance and dependence with opioid analgesics



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    Cancer Associated Hypercalcemia

    Cancer associated Hypercalcemia
    Treatment

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    Default Hormonal Treatment - Introduction

    Hormonal Treatment - Introduction

    Hormonal treatment Introduction
    Hormones in breast cancer
    Principles of use of hormone treatment in breast cancer
    Hormones in prostate cancer


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    Default Schizophrenia and Anti-Psychotics

    Schizophrenia and Anti-Psychotics


    Schizophrenia

    Introduction
    Biologic Theories
    Diagnosis


    Antipsychotic Drug Therapy

    Introduction
    Mechanism of Action
    Indications
    Agents, Dose, Potencies & Considerations for Use
    Pharmacokinetics
    Side Effects and Adverse Reactions
    Atypical Antipsychotics
    Case Study



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    Default Drug Misuse, Abuse, Addiction, Dependence

    Drug Misuse, Abuse, Addiction, Dependence



    Introduction
    Epidemiology
    Risk factors for drug abuse
    Impact addiction 2,13
    Diagnostic criteria ( dsm-iv)
    Drugs of Abuse

    Alcohol
    Cocaine
    Hallucinogens
    Opiates
    Pharmacotherapeutic issues
    Pharmacist roles in the management of the dual diagnosis patient


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    Alzheimer's Disease & the Dementias:
    Presentation, Differentiation and Management



    Definitions
    Dementia - Scope and Prevalence
    Cortical vs. Subcortical Dementia
    Diagnosis
    Representative Syndromes
    Management of the Agitated Patient
    Case Study
    Assigned Readings:


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    Default Chemotherapy - Induced Cardiac Toxicity

    Chemotherapy - Induced Cardiac Toxicity

    The most well-known cause of chemotherapy-induced cardiotoxicity is DOXORUBICIN (ADRIAMYCIN).




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