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Clinical Pharmacology

  • Course level: Beginner

Description

Clinical pharmacology is a vast area and it covers every medication that we take throughout our lives. A pharmacist is aware of all the pros, cons, and mechanisms of all the medicines. A student may find it hard to understand the difficult terms associated with the medicines and related categories which are not really difficult. In my course, I will give you the easiest way to learn, understand, and clear the concept of every topic.

Who this course is for:

  1. Anyone who wants to learn the pharmacology of any medicine or who wants to know the basics of any disease.
  2. You can understand the disease that you or your loved one is suffering from.
  3. If you are a pharmacy student, you can get the basics of pharmacy here.

What Will I Learn?

  • The methods of learning by my video is so simple that student can easily learn the topics along with understanding them clearly in their mind.

Topics for this course

50 Lessons

NIH Principles of Clinical Pharmacology

Introduction to Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics00:00:00
Introduction to Pharmacology, Drug Development and Clinical Pharmacology00:00:00
Practical Pharmacology00:00:00
Biochemical Mechanisms of Drug Toxicity00:00:00
Drug Absorption and Bioavailability00:00:00
Use of Positron Emission Tomography (PET) in Pharmacokinetics00:00:00
Compartmental Analysis of Drug Distribution00:00:00
Noncompartmental vs. Compartmental Approaches to Pharmacokinetic Analysis00:00:00
Population Pharmacokinetics00:00:00
Chemical Analysis of Drugs and Metabolites00:00:00
Pharmacokinetics/Pharmacodynamics of Protein Drugs00:00:00
Pathways of Drug Metabolism00:00:00
Drug Transporters in ADME and Drug Action00:00:00
P-Glycoprotein and Drug Transport Part 100:00:00
P-Glycoprotein and Drug Transport Part 200:00:00
Membrane Transport00:00:00
Drug Transport Across the Blood Brain Barrier00:00:00
Pharmacokinetics in Patients Requiring Renal Replacement Therapy Part 100:00:00
Pharmacokinetics in Patients Requiring Renal Replacement Therapy Part 200:00:00
The Liver and Drugs00:00:00
Drug Therapy in Pregnant and Nursing Women00:00:00
Developmental and Pediatric Pharmacology00:00:00
Drug Therapy in the Geriatric Population00:00:00
Pharmacokinetics and Obesity00:00:00
Biomarkers of Drug Effects00:00:00
Pharmacodynamic and Pharmacokinetic Modeling of Data00:00:00
Disease Progression Models00:00:00
Role of Pharmacodynamics in Drug Development00:00:00
Immunotherapeutics00:00:00
Drug Discovery00:00:00
Quantitative Systems Pharmacology00:00:00
Computational Methods of Drug Discovery and Design00:00:00
Combinatorial Drug Screening00:00:00
Animal Scale Up and First-in-Human Studies00:00:00
Dose Selection and Optimization in the Adult Population00:00:00
Drug Development in the Pediatric Population00:00:00
Drug Formulation & Delivery00:00:00
Natural Products00:00:00
T-Cell Therapies: Principles and Practice00:00:00
Pharmacokinetic & Pharmacodynamic Considerations in Development of Macromolecules00:00:00
Design of Clinical Drug Development Programs00:00:00
FDA Approval Considerations00:00:00
Pharmacometabolomics: Implications for Clinical Pharmacology00:00:00
Pharmacogenomics00:00:00
Dose Modifications Based on Pharmacogenetics Research00:00:00
Clinical Pharmacogenomics Testing00:00:00
Clinical Drug Interactions00:00:00
Clinical Assessment of Adverse Drug Reactions00:00:00
Post-Marketing Drug Safety Surveillance00:00:00
Quality Assurance For Drug Therapy00:00:00
Clinical Pharmacology
35 £

Enrolment validity: Lifetime

Requirements

  • Non