MBBS – Pharmacology Practical Book

The goal of this book, titled “MBBS-Pharmacology Practical Book,” is to assist second-year MBBS students in learning Pharmacology through practical activities and applying what they’ve learned in Pharmacology to disease therapy.

Clinical pharmacy (CP), Clinical pharmacology (CPH), Experimental pharmacology (EPH), and Communication (C) are the 28 pharmacology practical tasks specified in the new undergraduate CBME curriculum to obtain the 21 competencies defined in the CBME syllabus. Among these, students must obtain certification in four clinical pharmacology abilities, including the ability to write a rational prescription, critically analyse a written prescription and drug promotional literature, and contribute to India’s pharmacovigilance programme.

Taking into account the above requirements, necessary exercises for identifying and evaluating drug formulations, drug administration via various routes using mannequins, drug dosage calculation in various age groups and disease states, clinical problem-solving exercises, prescription writing, prescription audit, pharmacoeconomic, and pharmacovigilance exercises, as well as clinical problem-solving exercises, prescription writing, prescription audit, pharmacoeconomic, and pharmacovigilance exercises, have been developed.

Finally, these exercises can help students learn how to select and use various drug formulations in the proper dosage and combination for the proper patient through sensible prescriptions. The simulations also teach students how to administer medications and communicate successfully with patients and the general public about drug usage.

Author(s) Deatails

Dr. A. Ruckmani
Professor and Head, Department of Pharmacology, Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute (CHRI), Chettinad Academy of Research and Education (CARE), Kelambakkam, Chengalpattu District, Tamilnadu, 603103, India.

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