Graduate Catalog

SPM-621 CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY

This course is devoted to the study of the commonly prescribed pharmaceutical preparations in the hospital and office medical practice. Hospital orders, prescription writing, as well as the indications, contraindications, adverse reactions and the significant pharmacology of all relevant classes of drugs in general medicine will be discussed. Emphasis is placed not upon the principles of pharmacology but rather on the actual clinical use and adverse reactions associated with all drugs in the typical hospital formulary. Prerequisite: SPM 620

Credits

3

Distribution

Podiatric Medicine