Your purchase has been completed. Your documents are now available to view.
Written by a leading expert on Aspirin-related research, this is the most comprehensive treaty of the history, pharmacological effects and clinical applications of one of the most successful drugs ever.
The text is written with a wide audience in mind and to be readily understandable for clinicians, pharmacists, biomedical researchers and pharmacologists alike.
This third completely revised edition contains the latest results of clinical and pharmacological research on Acetylsalicylic acid, addressing the multiple pharmacological properties of this famous drug with a balanced view on their translation into clinical practice, including prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases, thromboinflammation and colorectal cancer.
Karsten Schrör, MD.
is professor of Pharmacology and retired Chairman of the Department of Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacology at the Heinrich-Heine-University in Düsseldorf (Germany). He carried out postdoctoral studies at the universities of Halle, Mainz, Köln (Germany) and the Wellcome Research Laboratories in Beckenham (UK) under the supervision of the later Nobel laureate Sir John Vane. Karsten Schrör held several guest professorships in the USA and was President of the German Society for Pharmacology (2005-2010). He is member of the German National Academy of Sciences (Leopoldina) and Schmiedeberg-Medal Awardee. Karsten Schrör has published extensively in the area of aspirin and prostaglandin research with focus on platelet function, myocardial ischemia and the clotting system.
Please login or register with De Gruyter to order this product.