Pharmacology I

The course aims to provide students with the knowledge and understanding of the mode of action, pharmacokinetics, adverse effects, drug interactions and clinical uses of drugs used in the therapy of: glaucoma, allergic rhinitis, inflammation (including NSAIDs, antirheumatoid drugs and drugs used in gout), respiratory disorders, and drugs affecting gastrointestinal function. Being co-requisite to Pharmacotherapeutics I, PHAR 374, the course contents are horizontally integrated and chronologically delivered with clinical disorders discussed under Pharmacotherapy in order to provide optimum learning outcomes. 
Pre-requisite: PHAR 365