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FORMAT FOR COURSE CURRICULUM

Course Title: PHARMACOLOGY-II


Credit Units: 02 L T P/S SW/F TOTAL
W CREDIT
Course Level: UG Course Code: UNITS
2 - - - 2
Course Objectives: The course is designed to help students understand the concept of:
Pharmaco-kinetics, pharmaco-dynamics.

Usage of common drugs with (indications, contraindications, side effects)

The drug actions that may affect the physical therapy treatment.

Note: Course is not prescription oriented.

Pre-requisites: Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pathology.

Course Contents/Syllabus:
Weightage (%)
Module I: Respiratory system (brief description only) 20%

 Therapeutic agents – uses, side effects and interaction with physical therapy.

Module II Glucocorticoids & Thyroxin 10%

 Uses, side effects and interaction with physical therapy (brief description only)

Module III: Diabetes mellitus (brief description only) 10%


 Drug therapy and its interaction with physical therapy.

Module IV: Gastrointestinal system (brief description only) 10%

 Therapeutic agents in Peptic ulcer, uses, side effects and interaction with physical therapy

ModuleV: Geriatrics (brief description only) 10%

 Pharmacological challenges in geriatric age group and its effects on physical therapy.

Module VI: Drug Therapy for Infection 20%

 Antibiotics, Antitubercular Drugs and Antileprosy drugs.

Module VII: Peripheral Nervous System 20%

 Skeletal Muscle Relaxants


 Local Anesthetics.

Student Learning Outcomes:


After completing the course students will be able to :

 Explain Pharmaco-kinetics, pharmaco-dynamics.


 Identify Usage of common drugs with (indications, contraindications, side effects)
 Explain the drug actions that may affect the physical therapy treatment.

Pedagogy for Course Delivery:


The class will be taught using theory and case based method. In addition to assigning the case studies, the course instructor will spend considerable time in understanding the
concept of patient assessment & examination. The instructor will cover the ways to differentially diagnose using clinical, diagnostic & examination techniques
Lab/ Practicals details, if applicable: N/A

Assessment/ Examination Scheme:

Theory L/T (%) Lab/Practical/Studio (%) End Term Examination

30% NA 70%
Theory Assessment (L&T):
Continuous Assessment/Internal Assessment End Term Examination

Components (Drop CT (CLASS TEST) H (HOME C (SEMINAR) A (ATTENDANCE)


down) ASSIGNMENT)

Weightage (%) 15 5 5 5
70

Text Reading:
 Essentials of Medical Pharmacology, K.D. Tripathi
 Pharmacology & Pharmacotheraperetics, Satokar, R.S. et al