Hello friends, in this post I have shared an overview and download links of notes of Pharmacology 3 (BP602T) according to the PCI syllabus for B Pharm 6th Semester 2023.
In the notes of Pharmacology 3 (BP602T), we have given two types of notes namely Handwritten notes and Standard notes.
Pharmacology 3 notes are intended to provide the basic knowledge regarding different aspects (classification of the effect of the mechanism, therapy therapeutic uses, adverse consequences, and indications) of medications that affect the gastrointestinal and respiratory system and infectious diseases, immunopharmacology, and, in addition, the basic principles of toxicology as well as Chrono pharmacology.
Friends In Pharmacology 3 as per the syllabus copy of PCI B Pharm 6th semester, there are a total of 5 units in this subject.
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In the Pharmacology 3 Notes Pdfs, the following chapters are explained in detail.
1. The pharmacology of medications that influence the respiratory system
a. Anti-asthmatic drugs
b. The use of medications to treat COPD.
c. Expectorants & antitussives
d. Nasal decongestants
e. Respiratory stimulants
2. The pharmacology behind the drugs that influence the Gastrointestinal Tract
a. Antiulcer agents.
b. Treatments to treat constipation & diarrhea.
c. Appetite stimulants & suppressants.
d. Digestants & carminatives.
e. Emetics & anti-emetics.
a. The general concept of chemotherapy.
b. Sulfonamides & cotrimoxazole.
c. Antibiotics- cephalosporins, chloramphenicol, Penicillin, macrolides, quinolones, fluoroquinolones, tetracycline, & aminoglycosides
a. Antitubercular agents
b. Antileprotic agents
c. Antifungal agents
d. Antiviral drugs
f. Antimalarial drugs
g. Anti amoebic agents
l. Urinary tract infections & sexually transmitted diseases.
2. Chemotherapy of malignancy.
b. Immunosuppressant Protein drugs monoclonal antibodies, targeted agents for biosimilars Antigen.
5. Principles of toxicology
a. Definition & a basic understanding of acute, subacute, & chronic toxicities.
b. Definition & the fundamental understanding of carcinogenicity & genotoxicity mutation & the teratogenicity
c. General guidelines for treating poisoning
d. Clinical symptoms & treatment for barbiturates, morphine organophosphorus compounds, & mercury or arsenic-related poisoning.
6. Chrono pharmacology
a. Definition of cycles & rhythms.
b. It is the biological clock as well as its importance that led to the development of the idea of chronotherapy.
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