Inflammation and Rheumatic Diseases: The Molecular Basis of Novel Therapies by Stefan Laufer, Steffen Gay, Kay Brune
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This book is a useful guide for students, physicians in continuing education and practitioners who want to keep abreast of the latest developments in rheumatology.
- Up-to-date basic knowledge:
The chapters on the pathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis and the biochemistry of inflammation present the latest research results in this field and are illustrated by a wealth of charts and tables. There follows practical and critical information on all drug groups that are currently used in the treatment of inflammatory rheumatic diseases and osteoarthritis.
- Rational drug therapy:
A separate chapter is dedicated to new and promising future therapies. Finally, the book provides clear and concise information on currently recommended therapies for the most common rheumatic diseases.