Pharmacology Management
PGDBA Program

Overview

Discuss drug treatment limitations and manage expectations of pain relief as part of the overall management plan. Pharmacological treatment can play an important role in the management of patients with chronic pain and should be prescribed as part of a bio psychosocial approach to pain.

UNIT 1 – INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACOLOGY

1.    Definitions and routes

2.    Pharmacokinetics

3.    Pharmacodynamics

4.    Adverse Effects: Adverse Drug Reaction

 

UNIT 2 - DRUGS ACTING ON NERVOUS SYSTEM

5.    An Overview of Nervous System

6.    Cholinergic and Anticholinergic Drugs

7.    Adrenergic Drugs: Sympathomimetics

8.    Antiadrenergic Drugs: Competitive Antagonists at alpha and Beta adrenergic receptors

9.    Drugs for somatic nervous system: Skeletal Muscle Relaxants

10. Anesthesia – General and Local

11. Sedative – Hypnotics

12. Anti Seizure drugs

13. Alcohol

14. Drugs for Mental illness: Psychotropic drugs

15. CNS stimulants, cognition enhancers, hallucinogens and psycho stimulants

 

UNIT 3 – HORMONES

16. An Overview of Hormones

17. Growth Hormone, Prolactin and Somatostatin

18. Gonadal Hormones

19. Drugs for Uterus

20. Drugs acting on thyroid gland

21. Drugs affecting calcium metabolism

22. Corticoids or Corticosteroids

23. Drugs for glucose metabolism

 

UNIT 4 – DRUGS ACTING ON CVS

24. An overview of CVS

25. Cardiac glycosides / Digitalis

26. Antiarrhythmic, Antiaginal and Antihypertensive drugs

 

UNIT 5 – DRUGS OF KIDNEY

27. An Overview of Kidney

28.  Diuretics

29.  Antidiuretics

 

UNIT 6 – AUTOCOIDS AND RELATED DRUGS

30.  ACE Inhibitors

31.  Antihistamines

32.  Drugs related to 5 Hydroxytryptaminesystem

33.  Platelet Activating factor, Prostaglandins and Leukotrienes

 

UNIT 7 – DRUGS AFFECTING BLOOD

34.  Drugs affecting coagulation, bleeding and thrombosis

35.  Fibrinolytic / Thrombolytic, Antifibrinolytic

36.  Plasma Expanders

 

UNIT 8 GIT RELATED DRUGS

37.  Drugs for Peptic Ulcer

38.  Emetics, Antiemetics, Digestants, Carminatives and Gallstone Dissolving Drugs

39.  Drugs for constipation and Diarrhea

 

UNIT 9 RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

40.  Drugs for respiratory system

 

UNIT 10 ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS

41.  Principles of chemotherapy

42.  Lactam Antibiotics

43.  Tetracyline

44.  Chloramphenicol

45.  Amino glycosides

46.  Macrolide and other antibiotics

47.  Sulfonamides and cotrimoxazole

48.  Quinolones and fluoroquinolones

49.  Antitubercular drugs and antileprotic drugs

50.  Antimalarial drugs

51.  Antiprotozoal agents

52. Antifungal Agents

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