This course will include a study of the introduction to pharmacology, biological factors affecting the action of drugs and the various medications prescribed for treatment of selected illnesses and diseases. Emphasis will be on sources, classifications, strengths, indications, dosages, side effects and precautions of medications. The course is designed to include a study of vitamins, minerals, anti-infective drugs, alternative medicines, nervous system and pain and inflammatory agents. Emphasis will be placed on medication effects on the nervous system, skeletal muscle relaxants, local anesthetics, antiepileptics, antiparkinson, narcotics analgesics and anti-inflammatory drugs. This course will discuss special considerations for therapeutic agents administered throughout the lifespan.
Prerequisites: PTN 1001 and PTN 1734C with a grade of "C" or higher. Corequisite: PTN 1705C.
Terms Offered: Fall, Summer
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