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BPharma BRANCH: PHARMACY FOURTH IV SEMESTER
PY - 405 Pharmacology-I (Theory)
b.) Absorption, distribution and excretion of drugs, principle of basic and clinical pharmacokinetics adverse drug reactions and treatment of poisoning, ADME drug interaction, bioassay of drugs and biological standardization, discovery and development of new drugs. Introduction to clinical trials.
Pharmacology of Peripheral Nervous System
a. Neurohumoral transmission (autonomous and somatic)
b. Parasympathomimetic, parasympatholytic, sympathomimetics, sympatholytics, neuron blocking agents.
c. Neuromuscular blocking agents
d. Local anaesthetic agents
a. Histamine, bradykinin 5- HT and their antagonists.
b. Prostaglandins, leukotrienes and platelet activating factors.
Analgesic, Antipyretic, Anti-inflammatory and Anti-Gout Drugs:
Drugs acting on Respiratory System and Pathophysiology of respiratory system:
a. Anti-asthmatic drugs including bronchodilators
b. Anti-tussives and expectorants
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