Pharmacology 1 - lectures for students of Dental Medicine

Materials for lectures from the subject Pharmacology 1 are intended for students of the 3rd year of the study program Dental Medicine. They should serve as an auxiliary material for mastering the basic principles of pharmacology and gaining an overview about the various groups of drugs used in human medicine.

The authors provide students with the notes from lectures on the subject of Pharmacology 1.

Attachment   Date Size Availability [?] Clinically sensitive [?] Licence
 Introduction and general pharmacological principles 25.10.2020 3.88 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Passage of drugs across membranes, drug absorption, distribution of drugs 25.10.2020 2.61 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Botransformation and excretion of drugs 25.10.2020 2.05 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Mechanisms of drug action 25.10.2020 2.32 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Unwanted drug effects allergy drug abuse 25.10.2020 1.89 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Drugs affecting adrenergic nervous system 30.10.2020 1.59 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Cholinergic transmission, myorelaxants 9.11.2020 1.99 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Chemical transmission and drug action in the CNS, antipsychotic drugs 16.11.2020 1.49 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Epilepsy, Parkinson disease 2.12.2020 1.28 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Antidepressants, antianxiety psychostimulants and hypnotics 2.12.2020 1.46 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 General and local anaesthetics 9.12.2020 2.67 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 Opioid analgesics 2.3.2021 1.44 MB faculty member Creative Commons License
 NSAIDs, analgesic-antipyretics, antirheumatic drugs 2.3.2021 1.75 MB faculty member Creative Commons License

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