CUTM1647Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Drug Analysis


A Avinash


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CUTM1674 Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Drug Analysis

CUTM1674 Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Drug Analysis

Code (Credit): CUTM1647(4-2-0)

Course Objectives

The course aims are to built an understanding about the

  • The concept drugs
  • Analysis of drug
  • Study the drug of abuse
  • Study the interaction of drug with body

Learning Objectives:

To know about the drug interaction, analysis of drugs along with drug of abuse

Course syllabus

Unit 1

Basic Principles of Pharmacology:

Introduction to Pharmacology Pharmacopoeias IP, USP, EP Drug & Drug Receptor mechanisms Pharmacodynamics Factor affecting the effects of Drug Post mortem redistribution

Unit II

Pharmacokinetics xL-ADME Bioavailability and Bioaccumulation Dose response relationship Drug Interactions like Agonism, Antagonism, Addition, Synergism, Potentiation Adverse drug reactions and pharmacogenetics Drug concentration and pharmacological response Drug dependence and drug abuse.

Unit III

Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Analysis

Aliphatic alcohols General and local Anesthetics CNS Stimulants Sedative, Hypnotics and Pharmacotherapy of sleep disorders Drugs effective in convulsive disorders.

Unit IV

Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Analysis

Antipsychotic Agents Antidepressant drugs Antiseizure Drugs Drugs of Abuse Tranquillizers Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substance Schedule and Nonscheduled Drugs Designer Drugs Doping Drugs Hallucinogens.

Unit V

Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Analysis

Chemotherapeutic Drugs Antibacterial Antifungal agents Antiviral agents Antiprotozoal Drugs Disinfectants, Antiseptics and Sterilant

Reference Book

  • R. J. Flanagan, A. Taylor, I. D. Watson, R. Whelpton, Fundamental of Analytical Toxicology, 2nd edition (John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2007), United States
  • Toxicological Chemistry, 1st edi LVIV–2009, Universitatis Medici Leopoliensis Sigillum. AD 1784
  • K Vij , Textbook of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology: Principles and Practice, Chapter 30 p. 429,     Basic Consideration in Drugs/Chemicals, 5th edn., (Elsevier, 2011)
  • R.C. Gupta, Veterinary Toxicology Basic and Clinical Principles, Chapter 1, 1st edi., (Elsevier, 2007), USA

Session 1

Introduction to Pharmacology

Session 2

Pharmacopoeias IP, USP, EP

Session 3

Drug & Drug Receptor mechanisms,interact%20with%20multiple%20receptor%20subtypes.

Session 4


Session 5

Factor affecting the effects of Drug

Session 6

Post mortem redistribution

Session 7


Session 8

Bioavailability and Bioaccumulation

Session 9

Dose response relationship

Session 10

Drug Interactions like Agonism, Antagonism

Session 11

Addition, Synergism, Potentiation

Session 12

Adverse drug reactions and pharmacogenetic

Session 13

Drug dependence and drug abuse

Session 14

Aliphatic alcohols

Session 15

General and local Anesthetics

Session 16

CNS Stimulants

Session 17

Sedative, Hypnotics and Pharmacotherapy of sleep disorders

Session 18

Drugs effective in convulsive disorders

Session 19

Antipsychotic Agent

Session 20

Antidepressant drugs

Session 21

Antiseizure Drugs

Session 22

Drugs of Abuse

Session 23


Session 24

Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substance

Session 25

Schedule and Nonscheduled Drugs

Session 26

Designer Drugs

Session 27

Doping Drugs

Session 28


Session 29

Chemotherapeutic Drugs

Session 30


Session 31

Antifungal agents

Session 32

Antiprotozoal Drugs

Session 33

Disinfectants, Antiseptics

Session 34


Our Main Teachers

A Avinash

Asst Professor

A.Avinash working as Assistant Professor, Dept of CSE, Centurion University of Technology and Management, Andhra Pradesh . Interested to work on Machine learning,Natural Language Processing,Problem Solving Methodologies , and ChatBot. Programming Skill: C Programming Data Structure Object Oriented Programming using C++ Formal Language Automata Theory Python Web Development(HTML,CSS,PHP) Database Management Systems Compilers