• Elaborate Course: Pharmacology

Elaborate Course: Pharmacology

精品课程:药理学


I.Course Introduction (including teaching goals and requirements) within 300 words:

The students can grasp the basic knowledge of pharmacology, and are familiar with the principle of pharmacology technology; know development of it and application in medical.

II.Teaching Syllabus (including the content of chapters and sections. A sheet can be attached):

Part I general principles

Chapter 1 introduction to general pharmacology,

Chapter 2 pharmacokinetics

Chapter 3 pharmacodynamics

Chapter 4 factors that affect drug's effectiveness

Chapter 5 pharmacogenetics

Chapter 6 principles of gene therapy

Chapter 7 from animal model to new drug discovery

Part II drugs acting on efferent nervous system

Chapter 8 autonomic nervous system and its neurotransmitters

Chapter 9 cholinomimetic drugs

Chapter 10 anticholinergic drugs

Chapter 11 organophosphate intoxication and cholinesterase regenerators

Chapter 12 adrenergic drugs

Chapter 13 anti-adrenergic drugs

Part III drugs affecting central and afferent nervous system

Chapter 14 introduction to drugs acting on the central nervous system

Chapter 15 local anesthetics

Chapter 16 sedatives and hypnotics 

Chapter 17 drugs effective in the therapy of epilepsies

Chapter 18 psychopharmacologic drugs

Chapter 19 antiparkisonian drugs

Chapter 20 analgesic-antipyretic and antiinflammatory drugs

Chapter 21 opioid-analgesics

Chapter 22 central nervous system stimulant8

Part IV drugs affecting cardiovascular function

Chapter 23 drugs used in congestive heart failure

Chapter 24 antihypertensive drugs

Chapter 25 antianginal drugs

Chapter 26 antiarrhythmic drugs

Chapter 27 agents used for hypercholesterolemia and dyslipidemia

Part V drugs affecting visceral function

Chapter 28 drugs used in disorders of coagulation

Chapter 29 drugs used in the treatment of anemia

Chapter 30 diuretics

Chapter 31 gastrointestinal drugs

Chapter 32 agents used in the treatment of asthma and cough

Chapter 33 oxytocics

Chapter 34 histamine and antihistamines

Part VI endocrine drugs

Chapter 35 adrenocorticosteroids

Chapter 36 thyroid hormones and anti-thyroid drugs

Chapter 37 insulin and oral hypoglycemic drugs

Part VII chemotherapy of microbial disease

Chapter 38 antimicrobial agents general consideration

Chapter 39 synthetic antimierobial drugs

Chapter 40 b-lactam antibiotics

Chapter 41 chloramphenicol and tetracyclines

Chapter 42 macrolides, clindamycin, polymyxins,and vancomycin

Chapter 43 aminoglycosides

Chapter 44 antifungal drugs and antiviral drugs

Chapter 45 antituberculous drugs and antileprosy drugs

Chapter 46 antilelminthic drugs

Chapter 47 amebicides and trichomonacides

Part VIII chemotherapy of malignant tumors

    Chapter 48 anti-neoplastic drugs

Part IX drugs for immunomodulation

    Chapter 49 immuno-pharmacology

III.Teaching Schedule:

Week

Course   Contents

Teaching Method

1

Chapter 1 introduction to general   pharmacology,

Chapter 2 pharmacokinetics

Lecture

2

Chapter 3 pharmacodynamics

Chapter 4 factors that affect drug's   effectiveness

Lecture

3

Chapter 5 pharmacogenetics

Chapter 6 principles of gene therapy

Chapter 7 from animal model to new drug   discovery

Lecture

4

Chapter 8 autonomic nervous system and   its neurotransmitters

Chapter 9 cholinomimetic drugs

Lecture

5

Chapter    10 anticholinergic drugs

Chapter    11 organophosphate intoxication and cholinesterase regenerators

Lecture

6

Chapter    12 adrenergic drugs

Chapter    13 anti-adrenergic drugs

Lecture

7

Chapter 14 introduction to drugs acting   on the central nervous system

Chapter 15 local anesthetics Transposition

Lecture

8

Chapter 18 psychopharmacologic drugs

Chapter 19 antiparkisonian drugs

Lecture

9

Chapter 20 analgesic-antipyretic and antiinflammatory   drugs

Chapter 21 opioid-analgesics

Chapter 22 central nervous system   stimulant

Lecture

10

   Chapter 23 drugs used in congestive heart   failure

   Chapter 24 antihypertensive drugs

Lecture

11

Chapter 25 antianginal drugs

Chapter 26 antiarrhythmic drugs

Chapter 27 agents used for   hypercholesterolemia and dyslipidemia

Lecture

12

   Chapter 28 drugs used in disorders of   coagulation

   Chapter 29 drugs used in the treatment of   anemia

Lecture

13

Chapter 30 diuretics

Chapter 31 gastrointestinal drugs

Lecture

14

Chapter 32 agents used in the treatment   of asthma and cough

Chapter 33 oxytocics

Chapter 34 histamine and antihistamines

Lecture

15

Chapter 35 adrenocorticosteroids

Chapter 36 thyroid hormones and   anti-thyroid drugs

Chapter 37 insulin and oral hypoglycemic   drugs

Lecture

16

Chapter 38 antimicrobial agents general   consideration

Chapter 39 synthetic antimierobial drugs

Chapter 40 b-lactam antibiotics

Lecture

17

Chapter 41 chloramphenicol and   tetracyclines

Chapter 42 macrolides, clindamycin,   polymyxins, and vancomycin

Chapter 43 aminoglycosides

Lecture

18

Chapter 44 antifungal drugs and   antiviral drugs

Chapter 45 antituberculous drugs and   antileprosy drugs

Chapter 46 antilelminthic drugs

Lecture

19

Chapter 47 amebicides and   trichomonacides

Chapter 48 anti-neoplastic drugs

Chapter 49 immuno-pharmacology

Lecture

20

Examination

Lecture

Note: 

1. Course terms: Spring, Autumn, and Spring-Autumn term. 

2. The teaching languages for courses: Chinese, English or Chinese-English.

3. Applicable range of discipline: public, first-class discipline, second-class discipline, and third-class discipline.

4. Practice includes: experiment, investigation, research report, etc.

5. Teaching methods: lecture, seminar, practice, etc.

6. Examination for degree courses must be in paper.

7. Teaching material websites are those which have already been announced.

8. Brief introduction of chief lecturer should include: personal information (date of birth, gender, degree achieved, professional title), research direction, teaching and research achievements. (within 100-500 words)