• Course Code: PHAR592
  • Credits: 1
  • Hours Distribution: (1Lec)
  • Course Type: Faculty Elective Courses (Fac_Elec)

Course Description

The course is designed in order to enable the student to develop and integrate the knowledge and skills required to apply pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic principles for the individualization of drug dosing regimens. The student recognizes and manages clinically significant actual and potential pharmacokinetic interactions and perform therapeutic drug management in patients receiving medications for which concentrations can be measured in practice (e.g. chemotherapeutic agents, anticonvulsants, cardiac medications, psychiatric medications, immuno-suppressants) or predicted from population-pharmacokinetic data. Pre-requisite: PHAR 460