3 edition of Mechanisms of drug action found in the catalog.
Mechanisms of drug action
Intra-Science Research Foundation.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by N. Kharasch.|
|Series||Intra-science chemistry reports ;, v. 8, no. 1-3|
|LC Classifications||QD241 .I46 vol. 8, No. 1-3, RM300 .I46 vol. 8, No. 1-3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 276 p. :|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||78316388|
Drug-Drug Interactions. The effectiveness of a drug can often be reduced if the action of one drug diminishes the action of another. Since drugs are commonly classified by their mode and mechanism of action, any interaction affecting one drug will usually affect drugs of the same class, either by interfering with their absorption or the way in which the body metabolizes the : Michael Bihari, MD. Specificity of drug action relates to the number of different mechanisms involved. Examples of specific drugs include atropine (a muscarinic receptor antagonist), salbutamol (a β 2-adrenoceptor agonist), and cimetidine (an H 2-receptor antagonist). By contrast, nonspecific drugs result in drug effects through several mechanisms of action.
Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews: Pharmacology, Fourth Edition enables rapid review and assimilation of large amounts of complex information about the essentials of medical pharmacology. Clear, sequential pictures of mechanisms of action actually show students how drugs work, instead of just telling them. As in previous editions, the book features an outline format, over full-color 4/5(4). Drug reactions may occur extracellularly and involve noncellular constituents. • Physical effects, e.g. protective, adsorbent and lubricant properties of agents applied to the skin.. Chemical reactions, e.g. neutralization of gastric HCl by antacids.. Physicochemical mechanisms may alter the biophysical properties of specific fluids, e.g. surfactants, detergents, antifoaming agents.
Molecular mechanisms of drug action. [Christopher J Coulson] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Christopher J Coulson. Find more information about: ISBN: Because many drugs have multiple mechanisms of action, it is sometimes difficult to agree on how to classify a particular drug. Nevertheless, the following list attempts to classify drugs based on their dominant mechanism of action, or by the mechanism that is the most therapeutically relevant for cardiovascular disease.
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The book brings together the state of knowledge with respect to drug action and emphasizes mechanistic aspects of drug action. It encompasses the modes of action of drugs for infectious disease and those for endogenous conditions. There is a listing of reviews and essay questions are provided for each by: The book fills the information gap between large textbooks and highly specialized reviews and monographs.
Mechanisms of drug actions are examined mainly at the cellular and subcellular levels. Molecular, neurochemical and electrophysiological approaches are used in an attempt to provide a rational study of drugs acting on the nervous by: 6. This is a completely worthless book. First, it is more like a big brochure than a book: it is only 13 pages long.
It consists of 13 pages of completely weak and short multiple choice questions, with only two drugs per page, plus lots of wasted, open space on each page.
It is ridiculous. How could they even sell this?1/5(1). Molecular Mechanisms Of Drug Action Pages pages In this book the targets of drug action are the central focus - whether they be enzymes in a pathway or membrane-bound receptors and ion channels.
This approach distinguishes the book from others in the Cited by: The initial requirement for drug action is adequate drug delivery to the target site.
This depends largely on blood flow in the tumor bed and the diffusion characteristics of the drug in tissue. However, delivery may also be influenced by the extent of plasma protein binding, the absorption of orally administered drugs, first-pass metabolism in the liver, and the requirement for activation by various by: 3.
Mechanisms of Drug Action Volume 1. Editors (view affiliations) G. Woodruff; Book. 8 Citations; Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xi. PDF. Mechanisms of Action of Neuromuscular Blocking Drugs.
Bowman. Pages Ganglion Blockers. Skok. Pages Benzodiazepine Receptors and their Ligands. Grayson. Pharmacodynamics is the study of the biochemical and physiological effects of drugs and their mechanisms of action.
The effects of most drugs result from their interaction with macromolecular components of the organism. The term drug receptor or drug target denotes the cellular macromolecule or macromolecular complex with which the drug interacts to elicit a cellular response.
Drugs. It is the aim of this review to discuss some of the recent attempts to reveal the basic mechanisms of drug action. Of course, there is still a host of drugs whose mechanism of action is completely obscure, but there is less tendency today to blanket ignorance with meaningless by: 4.
What is "drug action ” • The mechanism of action of a drug is not just limited to its interaction with one specific target and the response that ensues • This is “ pharmacodynamics”: the study of how a drug acts on a living organism, including the pharmacologic response and the duration and magnitude of response observed relative to theFile Size: KB.
Provides a review of all of the mechanisms of action (MOA) of each of the classes of antiepileptic drugs. This is a graphic-intensive text, with detailed illustrations of the various MOA. Introductory and concluding chapters discuss the relevance of MOA to clinical by: Drug Mechanism of Action: Organized by Mechanism KEYWORDS: drug mechanism of action You are a medical student, resident, nurse, or other healthcare professional who has been tasked with learning about and reviewing: DRUG MECHANISM OF ACTION ORGANIZED BY MECHANISM.
You need this information either for a board exam (: $ This chapter describes the mechanism of action for the following classes of drugs of abuse: alcohol, cannabinoids, hallucinogens, inhalants, nicotine, opioids, sedative hypnotics, and stimulants.
In addition, mechanisms of tolerance and withdrawal are : Lindsay M. McCracken, Mandy L. McCracken, R. Adron Harris. The book brings together the state of knowledge with respect to drug action and emphasizes mechanistic aspects of drug action. It encompasses the modes of action of drugs for infectious disease and.
This course addresses the scientific basis for the development of new drugs. The first half of the semester begins with an overview of the drug discovery process, followed by fundamental principles of pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, metabolism, and the mechanisms by which drugs cause therapeutic and toxic responses.
The second half of the semester applies those principles to case. Basic Pharmacology, Third Edition aims to present accounts of drug actions and their mechanisms in a compact, inexpensive, and updated form, and explain the basis of the therapeutic exploitation of drugs.
This book is divided into sections that follow a particular theme and is introduced by the relevant pharmacological general principles.
In each section, the major groups of drugs related to the theme. The Organic Chemistry of Drug Design and Drug Action, Third Edition, represents a unique approach to medicinal chemistry based on physical organic chemical principles and reaction mechanisms that rationalize drug action, which allows reader to extrapolate those core principles and mechanisms to many related classes of drug molecules.
"Proceedings of a Symposium on the Biochemical Basis of Drug Action held at Stanford University, Stanford, California, June"--Page opposite title page. Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Mechanism of Drug Action -An Introduction.
Pharmacol Views. All drugs bring about complex interactions with molecules of living systems. These actions, either physical or chemical, mainly act at four levels: Molecular– Receptor, ion channel, enzyme.
mechanisms of action of some drugs are still unknown. Many drugs have multiple mechanisms of action thus; it is sometimes difficult t o agree on how to classify aAuthor: Rafik Karaman. Succinct explanations of the major pathogenic mechanisms of each disease and consequent clinical signs and symptoms.
Comprehensive reviews of major drug classes relevant to each disease. Structured approach to the principles of disease management – outlining core principles of drug choice and planning a therapeutic regimen for common diseases.
INTRODUCTION • Mechanism of drug actionpharmacodynamics • Study of drug effects • Modification of one drug’s action by another 6. PRINCIPLES OF DRUG ACTION • Alter the pace of ongoing activity not impart new function • Types of drug action: 1. Stimulation 2. Depression 3. Irritation 4.
Replacement 5. Cytotoxic action 6.The use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) dates back to thousands of years when man used natural sources of these agents in a lot of pain and inflammatory conditions. The tone for modern day discovery and use of NSAIDs was set with the discovery of aspirin.
Today in addition to aspirin, a host of other NSAIDs of varying potency and efficacy is employed in the management of pain Cited by: 2.The idea that drug molecules interact at specific sites in the body is not new. The initial idea of materials within the body to which administered drugs interact has been attrib-uted to the work of Langley and Ehrlich in the late s and early s.
2. Proof of the receptor concept lagged. 2. Pharmacodynamics: The Study of Drug ActionFile Size: 1MB.