This subject is based on an understanding of pharmacology, pharmaceutical chemistry and human physiology, examines pharmaceutical, pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic principles pertinent to drug action to attain therapeutic objectives. This subject also looks at typical pharmacokinetics and in special cases such as disease states, pregnancy, lactation, paediatrics and geriatrics, taking into account issues of patient compliance.
School of Biomedical Sciences
CHM219, PHM231 and the mathematics of exponential/logarithmic functions.
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