One of the most important objectives of the global scientific research is the improvement of the quality of human life that can result from a better control of diseases through ensuring the quality and safety of drugs. In these fields, a sensitive, fast and reliable analytical technique is required to monitor and control the quality of drugs. Technological advances in the last few decades have led to the development of numerous analytical devices for monitoring a wide range of analytes. Electroanalytical techniques in general and votammetric techniques in particular have attracted considerable attention in recent times. The methodology of electrochemistry can usefully be applied to a wide variety of pharmaceuticals. The book shows how these compounds can be coupled to an electrode reaction and the results used for their analytical, mechanistic or kinetic studies. The book will benefit scholars engaged in research work for Ph. D or other degrees, and analytical scientists looking for new information on electrochemistry for pharmaceutical analysis.