Final course module for may 2010 pharmacology-iii - copy - copy
INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY
Course Name: Pharmacology-III Course Code: PHM 4.7.4
Class: B.Pharm (Sem. 7) Total Lectures: 40 Practicals: 4hr/week
Lecturer (Ms. Japinder Kaur; M.pharm, Pharmacology) Tests: 2
E-mail: email@example.com Assignments: 2
This is a core pharmacology subject. This course is designed to provide the detailed study
of drugs (pharmacokinetics & pharmacodynamics) acting on G.I.T, Endocrine system,
chemotherapy & to explain principles of toxiocology.
• Drugs Acting on the Gastrointestinal Tract
• Pharmacology of Endocrine system
• Principles of Toxicology
Lectures, Assignments, Presentations, Group discussions and tests
1. Certain drugs specific for the treatment of specific diseases (therapeutic effect).
2. Unwanted reactions of the drugs (side-effects or toxicity).
3. Practical applications of pharmacology in our daily life and its scope in field of
S.No. Topics to be covered
1. Drugs acting on the gastrointestinal tract: Antacids
2 Anti-secretory and Anti-ulcer drugs
3. Laxatives and Antidiarrhoeal drugs
4. Appetite stimulants and suppressants
5. Emetics and anti-emetics.
6. Carminatives and Demulcents
7. Protectives and Adsorbants
8. Astringents and digestants enzymes and mucolytics
9. Pharmacology of Endocrine system: hypothalamic and pituitary hormones
10. Thyroid hormones and anti thyroid drugs
11. Parathormone, calcitonin and vitamine D.
14. Oral hypoglycaemic agents
16. ACTH and Corticosteroids
17. Androgens and Anabolic Steroids
18. Estrogens, Progesterone and Oral contraceptives
20. Drugs acting on uterus.
21. General principles of Chemotherapy
22. Sulfonamides and cotrimoxazole
23. Antibiotics: Penicillins and cephalosporins
25. Erythromycin, quinolones and miscellaneous antibiotics.
27. Chemotherapy of tuberculosis and leprosy
29. Chemotherapy of Fungal diseases
30. Chemotherapy of viral diseases
31. Urinary tract infections
32. sexually transmitted diseases
33. Chemotherapy of malignancy
35. Immunosuppressive agents
36. Principles of toxicology: Definition of poision,General principles of
treatment of poisioning
38. Treartment of Barbiturates, opioids, organophosphorous and atropine
40. Heavy metals and heavy metal antagonists
Laxatives and Antidiarrhoeal drugs
Appetite stimulants and suppressants
Emetics and anti-emetics.
Carminatives and Demulcents
Protectives and Adsorbants
Astringents and digestants enzymes and mucolytics
Pharmacology of Endocrine system: hypothalamic and pituitary hormones
Thyroid hormones and anti thyroid drugs
Parathormone, calcitonin and vitamine D.
Oral hypoglycaemic agents
ACTH and Corticosteroids
Androgens and Anabolic Steroids
Estrogens and Oral contraceptives
Drugs acting on uterus.
General principles of Chemotherapy
Modes of Assessment
Sulfonamides and cotrimoxazole
Erythromycin semester exam-I
Quinolones semester exam-II
Chemotherapy of tuberculosis
Chemotherapy of Fungal diseases
Chemotherapy of viral diseases
Urinary tract infections
sexually transmitted diseases
Chemotherapy of malignancy
Principles of toxicology
Definition of poision,General principles of treatment of poisioning
Treartment of Barbiturates, opioids,
Organophosphorous and atropine poisioning
Heavy metals and heavy metal antagonists
Modes of Assessment:
Instruction for students:
1. Assignment marks will be awarded only after conducting viva-voce which will be
on the day of assignment submission.
2. Late submission is not permissible and will attract minimum awards.
3. For presentation, whole of the class is divided in to 5 groups and each group is
again subdivided into 3 subgroups. Each subgroup has 4 students.
4. Each group is assigned different subject for the presentation day.
5. The presentation day attendance is equivalent to 4 lectures.
6. The synopsis must be submitted one week before the presentation.
7. 75% attendance is mandatory, below this percentage; student will not be allowed
to appear in the examination.
8. The students will record the details of practicals in the practical note book and
get it checked every time from the instructor after the experiment has been
1. Tripathi, Experimental Pharmacology, Edition 5.
2. Kulkarni, S.K., A Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology.
1. Goodman and Gilman’s, The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics. Editor J.G.
Hardman et al. Pergamon Press.
2. Rang, M.P., Dale M.M. and Riter, J.M. Pharmacology. Churchill Livi.