Table of contents for Gibaldi's drug delivery systems in pharmaceutical care / edited by Mary Lee and Archana Desai.

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Table of Contents
List of Tables
Part 1
Basic Concepts	
1	Introduction	
Gibaldi/ Desai/Lee
2	Bioavailability and pharmacokinetic considerations in dosage form design and use
Janis MacKichan/Darmesh Doshi
3	Oral delivery 	
4	Topical and transdermal delivery 	
5	Nasal, ocular and otic delivery	
Indra Reddy, Kumar
6	Pulmonary delivery	
Sumeet Daggar
7	Other routes of delivery	
8	Parenteral delivery	
Shaifali Bhalla
9	Chemical modifications and drug delivery	
Shridar Andurkar
10	Biotechnology 	
Karen Nagel/Angela Karash
11	Clinical decision making: Application to the practice setting 
Jacob Gettig/ Terri Jackson
Part 2
Therapeutic Applications	
12	Special Populations:Pediatrics	
Tim Todd/Robin Zavod
13	Special Populations: Geriatric 	
Julie Weberski/Robin Zavod
14	Cardiovascular disorders	
Wafa Dahdal/ Jerry Bauman
15	Respiratory disorders	
Sheri Stensland
16	Neurologic disorders	
Janis MacKichan /ShridharAndurkar
17	Psychiatric disorders	
Sarah Grady /Andurkar
18	Endocrine disorders	
Amie McCord/Robin Zavod
19	Gynecologic and obstetric disorders: Contraception, hormone replacement therapy, and endometriosis	
Brooke Sweeney /Kathleen Dennis/Desai
20	Urologic disorders	
Mary Lee
21	Oncologic disorders 	
Chavez/Karen Nagel/Angela Karash
22	Bacterial infections	
Carrie Sincak/Robert Chapman
23	Fungal, parasitic, and mycobacterial infections
24	HIV and viral infections	
Robin Zavod/Alex Philbrick
25	Pain management	
26	Cough, Cold, and Allergic Rhinitis	
Dawn Zarembski/Robin Zavod

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Drug delivery systems -- Textbooks.
Drugs -- Dosage forms -- Textbooks.
Drug Delivery Systems -- methods.
Dosage Forms.