RBM2540 - Pathophysiology 2
RBM2560 - Medical Biochemistry
RBM2800 - Cardiorespiratory and Renal Physiology
RBM2540 and RBM2560 for HBBM; RBM2560 and RBM2800 for HBBS. Pre-requisites not applicable for HBPA students.
|1.||Describe the general principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics;|
|2.||Identify the major drug groups used to target the autonomic nervous system and cardiorespiratory system, and analyse the mechanism of action;|
|3.||Review the major drug groups used to target the blood, kidney, gastrointestinal system, and endocrine system, and explain the mechanism of action;|
|4.||List and elaborate the major groups of chemotherapeutic agents and anti-microbials and describe the mechanism of action;|
|5.||Articulate and apply the principles of psychopharmacology;|
|6.||Elaborate on the mechanism of action of anaesthetics, analgesics, and anti-inflammatory drugs and provide relevant examples; and|
|7.||Conceptually map the processes involved in new drug development and requirements for the admission of new drugs.|
|Review||Mini Review (1000 words)||10%|
|Test||Five (5) Theory and One (1) Practical Test (1500 words)||40%|
|Examination||End of semester examination (2.5 hours, 2500 words)||50%|
Fundamentals of Pharmacology 7th ed.
Bullock, S.,& Manias, E. (2013)
Pearson Education Australia
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