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|Table of Contents||SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION TO DRUGS AND MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION 1. Medications: from herbs to researched treatments 2. Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics 3. Pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics 4. Calculating medication dosages 5. Principles and methods of medication administration 6. Intravenous medication therapy 7. Medication therapy for paediatric clients 8. Medication therapy for aged-care clients 9. Prevention of medication errors 10. Legal and ethical considerations for medication administration SECTION 2 AGENTS THAT INTERFERE WITH MICROBIAL GROWTH 11. Antimicrobial therapy and antibacterial agents 12. Antiparasitic, antiviral and antifungal agents SECTION 3 AGENTS USED TO CONTROL PAIN AND INFLAMMATION 13. Anaesthetics 14. Analgesics and antipyretics 15. Anti-inflammatory agents 16. Agents used to treat hyperuricaemia and gout SECTION 4 AGENTS AFFECTING THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 17. Autonomic nervous system agents 18. Central nervous system sedatives and hypnotics 19. Antidepressant, antipsychotic and mood stabiliser agents 20. Agents used as central nervous system stimulants 21. Agents used to treat Alzheimer’s disease 22. Antiparkinson’s agents 23. Anticonvulsants 24. Agents used in musculoskeletal disorders 25. Substance abuse SECTION 5 AGENTS USED TO TREAT HAEMATOLOGICAL DISORDERS 26. Agents used to treat anaemias 27. Agents affecting blood clotting SECTION 6 AGENTS USED TO TREAT CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS 28. Cardiac stimulants and depressants 29. Agents that dilate blood vessels 30. Antihypertensives 31. Diuretics 32. Agents used in the treatment of hyperlipidaemia SECTION 7 AGENTS USED TO TREAT RESPIRATORY DISORDERS 33. Antihistamines and nasal decongestants 34. Antitussive agents and medications affecting respiratory secretions 35. Bronchodilators and prophylactic respiratory agents SECTION 8 AGENTS USED TO TREAT GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS 36. Vitamins, minerals and other nutritional agents 37. Agents used to treat hyperacidity and gastro-oesophageal reflux disease 38. Anti-emetics and emetics 39. Laxatives and antidiarrhoeals SECTION 9 AGENTS USED TO CORRECT ENDOCRINE IMBALANCE 40. Agents affecting thyroid, parathyroid and pituitary function 41. Agents used to treat hyperglycaemia and hypoglycaemia SECTION 10 AGENTS AFFECTING THE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM 42. Sex hormones 43. Agents used in obstetrical care SECTION 11 AGENTS AFFECTING IMMUNITY 44. Agents affecting immunity 45. Agents used in the treatment of cancer SECTION 12 AGENTS USED TO TREAT EYE, EAR AND SKIN DISORDERS 46. Agents used in the treatment of eye disorders 47. Agents used in the treatment of ear disorders 48. Agents used in the treatment of skin disorders SECTION 13 COMPLEMENTARY MEDICATIONS 49. Common complementary medications|