USMLE Road Map Pharmacology by Bertram G. Katzung, Anthony J. Trevor PDF
By Bertram G. Katzung, Anthony J. Trevor
USMLE street Map: Pharmacology offers a concise and centred exam of the fundamental thoughts in pharmacology. via a streamlined and easy-to-follow hierarchical define structure, it courses scholars in the course of the most crucial attributes of every drug classification and reports the mechanisms, activities, and uncomfortable side effects of every drug prototype. the description is stronger with an in depth and unique representation application that visually conveys the fundamental details and promotes retention of the cloth. positive aspects similar to scientific correlations and medical difficulties also are incorporated.
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However, there is also a little used, so-called Phase 0 stage of human testing in which greatly reduced, sub-therapeutic single doses of the potential drug are administered to a very few volunteers, 5–15, with the aim of studying the compound’s pharmacodynamics (how the drug works in the body) and/or pharmacokinetics (how the body processes the drug). Phase 0 studies are also known as human micro dosing studies. While Phase 0 studies are first-in-human studies, they are not designed to gain information on efficacy or safety.
The results of studies done under an IND are ultimately a part of the NDA for obtaining approval. There are exceptions to the requirement that agents not be used for treatment unless they have been proved to be safe and effective. Chief among these exceptions is the regulation allowing a so called “treatment IND” which allows an experimental drug which shows promise in clinical testing, to be used to treat serious or immediately life-threatening conditions before the final clinical 46 10 The FDA Approval Process and Drug Development work on the drug is conducted and the FDA review takes place.
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USMLE Road Map Pharmacology by Bertram G. Katzung, Anthony J. Trevor