Pharmacology. Part 1. Workbook Pharmacology. Part 1. Workbook This workbook has been specifically designed for international students of Russian medical schools who study pharmacology. It is supposed to be used as an aid for better preparation for Pharmacology practical classes. The content of the workbook corresponds to the Pharmacology course program approved for the third year students by the Russian Federation Ministry of Health and Social development. Part 1 of the Workbook consists of 16 units, of which 3 units are grouped under the heading of General Pharmacology, and the remaining 12 units are included in the Particular Pharmacology division. The units begin with Topics To Be Discussed to familiarize students with particular questions they will be asked at the lesson. Students will find it helpful to review Background information (brief description of basic pharmacological processes and characteristics of particular drug groups) and Key terms provided in each unit. The units dealing with Particular Pharmacology include classifications of drugs. As the name workbook implies it contains a variety of tasks for self-training, the tasks being presented in the form of multiple choice questions, tables, pictures and diagrams as well as clinical cases. In general, the book aims at better comprehension of major pharmacological topics including understanding of mechanisms of drug action which determine both their main therapeutic and side effects. Students will also find answer keys to check their progress. The authors hope this kind of training may be of interest not only for foreigners but also for other medicine and pharmacy students. ГЭОТАР-Медиа 978-5-9704-1528-3
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This workbook has been specifically designed for international students of Russian medical schools who study pharmacology. It is supposed to be used as an aid for better preparation for Pharmacology practical classes. The content of the workbook corresponds to the Pharmacology course program approved for the third year students by the Russian Federation Ministry of Health and Social development. Part 1 of the Workbook consists of 16 units, of which 3 units are grouped under the heading of General Pharmacology, and the remaining 12 units are included in the Particular Pharmacology division. The units begin with Topics To Be Discussed to familiarize students with particular questions they will be asked at the lesson. Students will find it helpful to review Background information (brief description of basic pharmacological processes and characteristics of particular drug groups) and Key terms provided in each unit. The units dealing with Particular Pharmacology include classifications of drugs. As the name workbook implies it contains a variety of tasks for self-training, the tasks being presented in the form of multiple choice questions, tables, pictures and diagrams as well as clinical cases. In general, the book aims at better comprehension of major pharmacological topics including understanding of mechanisms of drug action which determine both their main therapeutic and side effects. Students will also find answer keys to check their progress. The authors hope this kind of training may be of interest not only for foreigners but also for other medicine and pharmacy students.

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A. INTRODUCTION. PRESCRIPTION ORDER WRITING
UNIT 1. Problems and methods of modern pharmacology. Subject and divisions of basic pharmacology.
Principles of prescription order writing.
B. GENERAL PHARMACOLOGY
UNIT 2. Pharmacokinetics
1. Topics to discuss
2. Multiple choice questions
3. Tasks
4. Cases
UNIT 3. Pharmacodynamics
1. Topics to discuss
2. Multiple choice questions
3. Tasks
UNIT 4. Test lesson: General pharmacology
C. PARTICULAR PHARMACOLOGY
I. Drugs acting on the Peripheral Nervous System
Drugs acting on efferent innervation .
UNIT 5. Drugs stimulating cholinergic neurotransmission: cholinoceptor agonists, anticholinesterases
1. Topics to discuss
2. Classification of drugs stimulating cholinergic neurotransmission
3. Multiple choice questions
4. Tasks
5. Cases
UNIT 6. Drugs inhibiting cholinergic neurotransmission: muscarinic receptor antagonists, ganglionic blockers,neuromuscular blocking drugs
1. Topics to discuss
2. Classification of drugs inhibiting cholinergic neurotransmission
3. Multiple choice questions
4. Tasks
5. Cases
UNIT 7. Drugs stimulating adrenergic neurotransmission: adrenergic agonists (adrenomimetics)
1. Topics to discuss
2. Classification of adrenomimetics
3. Multiple choice questions
4. Tasks
5. Cases
UNIT 8. Drugs inhibiting adrenergic neurotransmission: adrenergic antagonists (adrenoblockers).
1. Topics to discuss
2. Classification of drugs inhibiting adrenergic neurotransmission
3. Multiple choice questions
4. Tasks
5. Cases
UNIT 9. Test lesson: drugs acting on efferent innervation
1. Topics to discuss
2. Tasks
II. Drugs acting on the Central Nervous System
UNIT 10. Sedative-hypnotics. Ethanol. Antiepileptics. Antiparkinsonian drugs
1. Topics to discuss
2A. Classification of hypnotics
3A. Multiple choice questions
2B. Classification of antiepileptic drugs according to mechanisms of action
3B. Multiple choice questions
2C. Classification of antiparkinsonian drugs according to mechanisms of action .
3C. Multiple choice questions
4. Tasks
5. Cases
UNIT 11. Analgesics
1. Topics to discuss
2. Classification of analgesics
3. Multiple choice questions
4. Tasks
5. Cases
UNIT 12. Antipsychotic drugs (neuroleptics). Antidepressants. Drugs used in manic-depressive disorder
1. Topics to discuss
2А. Classification of antipsychotic drugs
3A. Multiple choice questions
2B. Classification of antidepressant drugs
3В. Multiple choice questions
4. Tasks
5. Cases
UNIT 13. Anxiolytics. CNS stimulants
1. Topics to discuss
2A. Classification of anxiolytics
2B. Classification of CNS stimulants
3A. Multiple choice questions
3B. Multiple choice questions
4. Tasks
5. Cases
UNIT 14. Test lesson: drugs acting on the central nervous system
II. Mechanisms of action
III. Pharmacological effects
IV. Therapeutic uses
V. Adverse effects
Tasks
III. Drugs acting on the Endocrine System
UNIT 15. Polypeptide hormones and related drugs: hypothalamic and pituitary hormones and their synthetic analogues, drugs, regulating bone mineral homeostasis, insulin and oral hypoglycemic drugs. Thyroid hormones and antithyroid drugs
1. Topics to discuss
2A. Classification of hypothalamic and pituitary hormones and related drugs
2B. Classification of drugs used in the treatment of osteoporosis
2C. Classification of oral hypoglycemic drugs .
3. Multiple choice questions
4. Tasks
5. Cases
UNIT 16. Steroid hormones: glucocorticoids, mineralocorticoids, sex hormones and related drugs. Inhibitors of steroid hormone synthesis
1. Topics to discuss
2. Classification of steroid hormone preparations and related drugs
3. Multiple choice questions
4. Tasks
5. Cases
ANSWERS
B. General pharmacology
I. Drugs acting on the Peripheral Nervous system
II. Drugs acting on the Central Nervous system
III. Drugs acting on the Endocrine system
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