Antithrombotics: Pathophysiological Rationale for Pharmacological Interventions by A.G. HermanAntithrombotics: Pathophysiological Rationale for Pharmacological Interventions by A.G. Herman

Antithrombotics: Pathophysiological Rationale for Pharmacological Interventions

byA.G. Herman

Paperback | October 17, 2012

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A number of exciting new developments have occurred during the last few years concerning the platelet-vessel wall interaction. Although they may be obvious and clear to the specialist in the field, for the clinician the area has become rather confusing. Time has come to review current knowledge on the pathophysiology of the platelet-vessel wall interaction and show how this knowledge can constitute the rationale for pharmacotherapeutic interventions. A symposium was organized in Antwerp during which a number of outstanding speakers gave an overview of what is new on a particular topic and how this information can be translated to possible clinical applications. The proceedings of the symposium are not only of interest to the practising physician, but contain enough new fundamental data to be of use for all those who are interested in the role of platelets in the etiopathogenes ofcardiovascular diseases. Arnold G. Herman Antwerp, July 1-991 vii ListofContributors A.G. Herman DepartmentofPharmaceutical Sciences M.R. Buchanan University Hospital DepartmentofPathology Universiteitsplein I McMaster Clinic B-261O ANTWERP (Wilrijk) Hamilton General Hospital Belgium 237 Barton Street East HAMILTON, Ontario G. Homstra Canada L8L 2X2 DepartmentofHuman Biology UniversityofLimburg Co-author: SJ. Brister P.O. Box 616 6200MD MAASTRICHT J.-P. Cazenave The Netherlands Regional Centre ofBlood Transfusion 10, Rue Spielmann J.F. Martin F-67085 STRASBOURG Cedex Department ofMedicine France King's College School ofMedicine and Dentistry Co-authors: C. Gachet and F. Lanza LONDON SE5 9PE U.K.
Title:Antithrombotics: Pathophysiological Rationale for Pharmacological InterventionsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:261 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.01 inPublished:October 17, 2012Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401055408

ISBN - 13:9789401055406

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1. Platelet activation and aggregation: rationale for combining antithrombotic drugs.- 2. Role of nitric oxide in endothelial cell - platelet interactions.- 3. Platelets and megakaryocytes in vascular disease.- 4. Thrombosis in relation to atherosclerosis.- 5. Pharmacological inhibition of the ADP-GP IIb/IIIa-fibrinogen pathway of platelet aggregation.- 6. Calcium fluxes in platelets and endothelial cells, mechanisms and functional significance.- 7. Inhibition of platelet function by cyclic nucleotides and cyclic nucleotide-dependent protein kinases.- 8. Pharmacological modification of platelet-derived cyclooxygenase product formation and its consequences for platelet-vessel wall interactions.- 9. Antithrombotics and the lipoxygenase pathway.- 10. Pathological expressions of platelet-vessel wall interactions: implications of serotonin.- 11. The involvement of PAF in thrombotic events.- 12. Prostaglandins and -analogs in the treatment of platelet-vessel wall interaction.- 13. Adjuvant agents to enhance and sustain reperfusion with t-PA: studies in experimental dog models.- 14. Effect of dietary marine lipids on (anti-)thrombotic mechanisms.