Pharmacology 2 - lectures

Lectures from the subject of Pharmacology 2 are intended for students of the fourth year of the study program General Medicine. They should serve as an auxiliary study material for mastering the basic principles of pharmacology and gaining an overview about the various groups of drugs used in human medicine.

The authors present supporting study material for lectures on the subject of Pharmacology 2.

Attachment   Date Size Availability [?] Clinically sensitive [?] Licence
 Drugs used to treat hypertension 1.10.2020 1.99 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Anticoagulants, antiaggregatory drugs, antianemic drugs 2.10.2020 2.66 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Steroid hormones, glucocorticoids, sex hormones 25.10.2020 15.25 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Antidiabetics drugs used to treat thyroid disorders 25.10.2020 2.35 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Basic principles of chemotherapy, penicillins, cephalosporins 25.10.2020 1.33 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Sulfonamides, quinolones and antituberculotic drugs 9.11.2020 3.91 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Antifungal, antiparasitic, antimalarial drugs, antiviral agents 16.11.2020 4.28 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Hypolipidemics 16.11.2020 776.94 KB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Broad spectrum antibiotics, antistaphylococcal ATB 2.12.2020 2.55 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Anticancer drugs 2.12.2020 3.09 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Basic principles of antineoplastic chemotherapy 3.12.2020 1.43 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Drugs and pregnancy 7.12.2020 2.05 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Drug interactions 16.12.2020 7.22 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Drug intoxications 2.1.2021 2.04 MB faculty member Creative Commons License

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