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Respiratory and gastrointestinal pharmacology: Course Outline (926)

Respiratory Pharmacology is a multidisciplinary team combining industrial and academic experience. This enables us to employ a range of skills and expertise in molecular, biochemical, cellular, pre-clinical and early clinical studies.

Course Outline

Respiratory Pharmacology

  • General principles of respiratory pharmacology
  • Molecular mechanism involved in regulation of respiratory functions
  • Role of muscarinic receptors
  • B receptor
  • histamine
  • phosphodiesterases receptors in regulation of bronchial tone
  • Advances in the molecular pharmacological aspects of the drugs used for respiratory disorders (cough Asthma COPD)

Gastrointestinal Pharmacology

  • Principles of gastrointestinal Pharmacology
  • Pharmacotherapy of gastric acidity (peptic ulcer and gastroesophageal reflux disease)
  • Treatment of disorder of bowel motility and water flux (anti-diarrheal iaxative antiemetics)
  • Pharmacotherapy of Inflammatory bowel disease& Irritable bowel syndrome

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