PHARMACEUTICAL AND TOXICOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY I
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course will provide students with the knowledge necessary for the study of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. Also are examined drugs affecting the peripheral nervous system, autacoids, cardiovascular drugs and some antibacterial drugs.
To sit the Medicinal and Toxicological Chemistry I exam the candidate must have passed the General Physiology exam.
Course contents summary
Chemical-physical properties and biological activity
Optical, geometric, conformational isomerism and pharmacological activity. Bioisosterism
Drugs acting upon the Peripheral Nervous System
Cardiovascular and diuretic drugs
Insulin and oral hypoglycemics
DAVID A. WILLIAMS, THOMAS L. LEMKE "Foye's Principi di Chimica Farmaceutica"; Piccin, Padova.