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PST 332

Pharmacology in Physiotherapy

Concepts of the properties of drugs and chemicals and the mechanisms of their interaction with living systems and their constituent parts. In addition, drugs are classified and discussed with respect to their actions, uses and toxicity. Justification for the use of a particular drug in a few typical disease (STAes will be included). Topics include: Review of general principles: Cardiovascular system: Cardiac glycosides, anti-angina and anti-arrhythmics, and anti-tusives Diuretics osmotic diurectics, carbonic anhydrate inhibitors, thiazides, loop K+ sparing diuretics. Urine PH-altering agents. Endocrine System: anti-diuretic hormone,

Course Code
PST 332
Department
Physiotheraphy
Campus
Sumas University
Level
300 Level, Undergraduate
Instructor
Sumas University Lecturer
Semester
Second Semester
Credit
2 Units
Method
Lecture