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Class Notes for PCOL2605 at University of Sydney

Pharmacology for Pharmacy

PCOL2605 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Drug Discovery, Antifungal, Amphotericin B
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Drug Discovery 1 21/8/18 Macromolecules as drug targets The beginning of modern pharmacy What do drugs interact with? Drugs are chemicals that interact with other chemicals Common classes of drug targets: ...

Pharmacology
PCOL2605
Brooke Storey Lewis
PCOL2605 Lecture 3: NSAIDS
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NSAIDS 1 91018 Explain how acetyl salicylic acid was developed from a traditional medicine Explain irreversible mechanism of acetyl salicylic acid and how this results inhibition of platelet aggregation Explain the mechani...

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PCOL2605
Brooke Storey Lewis
PCOL2605 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Hoffmann-La Roche, Drug Discovery, Pharmaceutical Industry
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Aspects of Drug Design 17818 - Research based pharmaceutical companies spend about 20 of their sales on research and development - This is significantly higher than in most other industries - Since 1980 US pharma companie...

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PCOL2605
Brooke Storey Lewis
PCOL2605 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Hydrogen Bond, Electronegativity, Covalent Bond
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Solids Advanced Solids Advanced 1 Different types of solid form 15/8/18 Hydrogen bonding; strongest - Type of strong dipole-dipole bond typically highly polar covalent bonds between hydrogen and very elect...

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PCOL2605
Brooke Storey Lewis
PCOL2605 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: United States Pharmacopeia, Bioavailability, Mannitol
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Solid Dosage Forms Tablets 31718 Tablets are solid preparations containing a single dose of one or more active substances and usually obtained by compressing uniform volume of particles. Advantages of tablets: - Unit dose ...

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PCOL2605
Brooke Storey Lewis
PCOL2605 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Terminal Velocity, Dispersity, Optical Microscope
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Micromeritics Particle Characterisation 7918 Importance of Particle Size for Therapeutic Considerations Solids and powders flowability, mixing Suspensions sedimentation and creaming Creams and ointments feels on the skin,...

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PCOL2605
Brooke Storey Lewis
PCOL2605 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Circular Dichroism, Growth Hormone, Deamidation
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Solid Protein Formulation 19/9/18 Key Objectives in formulation: Deliverable Bioavailable Stable To achieve them, you could optimise: Formulation Administration route Medical device Therapeutic Protein Formulat...

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PCOL2605
Brooke Storey Lewis
PCOL2605 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ketoprofen, Hygroscopy, Specific Storage
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Stability 31/8/18 Stability relates to various chemical, physical and microbiological reactions that may change original properties of the preparation during storage, transport and use. Expressed as shelf life: which i...

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PCOL2605
Brooke Storey Lewis
PCOL2605 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Spray Drying, Electrostatic Precipitator, Bulk Density
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Aerosols 21018 Particles dispersed in a gas. Aerodynamic diameter the diameter of a unit-density sphere which has the same sedimentation velocity as the particle of interest. Fine Particle Mass (or Fine Particle Fraction):...

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PCOL2605
Brooke Storey Lewis
PCOL2605 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Tissue Engineering, Biocompatibility, Biomaterial
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Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering 4918 - Any material of natural or of synthetic origin that comes in contact with tissue, blood, or biological fluids and intended for use in prosthetic, diagnostic, therapeutic or storag...

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PCOL2605
Brooke Storey Lewis
PCOL2605 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Adverse Effect, Adverse Drug Reaction, Market Environment
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Adverse Drug Reactions 2/10/18 TGA Established in 1989 under the Therapeutic Goods Act Regulatory authority for therapeutic goods and maintains the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) TGA carries out ass...

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PCOL2605
Brooke Storey Lewis
PCOL2605 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Aluminium Hydroxide, Peptic Ulcer, Osteoporosis
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Reflux and Peptic Ulcer 18918 Gastric Acid: - Hydrochloric acid (HCl) - Secreted by parietal cells - Parietal cells secrete a proton into the lumen of the stomach in exchange for a K+ - Proton pump transports protons - Chl...

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PCOL2605
Brooke Storey Lewis
PCOL2605 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Nmda Receptor Antagonist, Ampa Receptor, Metabotropic Receptor
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CNS Drugs 11/10/18 2 main types of synapses: 1. Neuromuscular junction 2. Neuron-neuron synapse Pgp pushes the molecule back out of the brain Biggest target for drugs in the brain is synapses. Amino Acid Neur...

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PCOL2605
Brooke Storey Lewis
PCOL2605 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Antileukotriene, Muscarinic Acetylcholine Receptor M3, Beta Blocker
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Respiratory Drugs 23818 Explain the basic pathophysiology and triggers of asthma Discuss the mechanism of action, and adverse effects of drugs used in the treatment of asthma including: - short acting 2 receptor agonists -...

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PCOL2605
Brooke Storey Lewis
PCOL2605 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Muscarinic Acetylcholine Receptor M1, Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor, Skeletal Muscle
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Mechanism of Drug Action and Drug Receptors 1 - Pharmacodynamics 2818 What the drug does to the body Drugs achieve their therapeutic effects by acting primarily on either **exam q** - Receptors - Ion channels - Carrier mol...

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PCOL2605
Brooke Storey Lewis

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