Pharmacology

Different Types Of Dose of Drugs: Standard dose, Regulated dose, Target level dose, Titrated dose

What is Dose of the drug: Dose of the drug is the appropriate amount of a drug needed to produce certain degree of response in a patient to achieve the desired pharmacological effects. Drug dosage is determined by Potency of Drug Pharmacokinetics property of the drug Concentrate of drug at which it present at the …

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Rheumatoid Arthritis & Gout: Treatment | Pharmacology

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is autoimmune disease involved IgM immune complex. In Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) white blood cells (WBCs) identify the synovium (tissue that nourishes cartilage and bone) as non-self and initiate an inflammatory attack. WBC activation leads to stimulation of T lymphocytes (the cell-mediated immune system), which recruit and activate monocytes and macrophages. These cells …

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Anti-Rheumatois Drugs, Pharmacology, Rheumatoid,
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