|PHAR332 Pharmacology 1 |
The aim of this course is to provide the student with the main pharmacology concepts and an overview to main classes of medications used clinically.
|PHAR333 pharmacology 2|
Course Description - This course is a follow-up for pharmacology-1 course (PHAR 332). - The aim of this course is to introduce the student to the main classes of medications. - The following medication classes will be covered; renal and circulatory system drugs, drugs used in the management of infectious diseases, antitumor drugs and hormones. The course, also, discusses autacoids and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
The course aims to introduce the role of genetics on the patient response to the various genetic agents, and the best methods to improve the efficiency and the safety of drugs.
The course includes introducing the students to the effect of the gene on drug metabolism, and personalized medicine.
|PHAR 530 Clinical Therapeutics|
This course aims to outline the role of clinical pharmacist, pharmaceutical treatment, therapeutic plans for many diseases and clinical problem - solving skills.
The course covers the professional responsibilities of clinical pharmacist, pharmaceutical therapeutics, a review of many clinical cases and the principles of providing pharmaceutical information & patient counseling
|PHAR 420 - Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics|
This course will study physiochemical and biological factors that affect drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion and its importance in therapeutic or adverse effect of medications.
This course also addresses medication level calculation in blood or urine based on pharmacokinetic parameters after administering single or multiple doses intravenously or orally.
|PHAR 431 - Therapeutics (1)|
This course aims to describe the pathophysiology, symptoms, goals of therapy, treatment plan, patient monitoring, and patient counseling and education of different diseases.
The course focuses on the study of cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, endocrine and rheumatic disorders.
|PHAR 432 - Therapeutics (2)|
This course aims to describe the pathophysiology, symptoms, goals of therapy, treatment plan, patient monitoring, and patient counseling and education of different diseases. Also, students will learn how to contribute in collaboration with the medical team in developing a rational treatment plan, assessment and provision of alternative plan.
The course focuses on the study of respiratory, central nervous, gynecologic, urologic, dermatologic, infectious, and oncologic disorders.