Class 1 Basics and Introduction

Class 1 Basics and Introduction - NSG 2500 Pharmacology s...

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NSG 2500 Pharmacology Tuesday 4:00-6:30 Don Anderson (617) 333-2336 danderso0703@curry.edu
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NSG2500 on the INTERNET Blackboard.curry.edu All Course Materials, Assignments Links to pharmacology web sites Posting of grades Practice questions for exams Email
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Using Blackboard.com Go to web site Log in with Curry user name Remember your user name and password!
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What is a Drug? A chemical that affects the processes of a living organism Drugs have many names: CHEMICAL NAME acetylsalicylic acid GENERIC NAME aspirin TRADE NAME Bayer Aspirin
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Pharmaceutic Phase
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Dosage Forms Enteral- drugs taken in by the GI system Parenteral- drugs taken through the vascular system Topical- drugs taken in via skin or mucous membranes
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Routes of Administration Orally (note first pass effect) Sublingual Parenteral Subcutaneuous Intramuscular Topical Transdermal Inhalation
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Concepts in Pharmacology Pharmacology-the study
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