Pharmacology - V by Dr. Sachin V. Tembhurne, Dr. Ashwini R. Madgulkar
Pharmacology involves the study of the drug actions on the body. It includes to find out how the drug produce beneficial and adverse effects on body. Considering the role of Pharmacologists in hospital system for better clinical output, student not only aim to gain the knowledge about the drugs and their actions on biological systems but also aim to gain the knowledge on clinical aspects and various technical and ethical issues for improvement of human health.
The role of pharmacologist is completely different in terms of process, interactions and work flow. The common thing in health care system is knowledge of drug is essential when dealing with patient. When the dealing with health care system, studying of pharmacology is not sufficient, additional knowledge about the hospital and clinical pharmacy is also essential. This book is written for the purpose of giving a student an overview of all aspects of hospital care systems and technical issues in clinical areas such as ethical regulations and good clinical practices as well as the adverse drug reactions monitoring system. Each chapter of book has attempted to describe at ground and providing the definitions where these assist.
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for B.Pharma Students.
Table of Content:
1. Drug Interactions
2. Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs)
3. Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance
4. Safety Pharmacology
5. Hospital Pharmacy
6. Patient Compliance and Non-compliance
7. Clinical Trials
8. Ethical Issues in Clinical Trials
9. Good Clinical Practices
10. Clinical Data Management (CDM)
11. Palliative and End of Life Care