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CMT 05101: Essentials of Pharmacy Practice and Pharmacology

Module code: CMT 05101

Name of module: Essentials of Pharmacy Practice and Pharmacology

Number of credits: 12


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Sub-Enabling Outcomes

This module consists of the following Sub- Enabling Outcomes:

4.1.1 Describe basic principles of pharmacology

4.1.2 Describe principles of antimicrobial medicines used to treat bacterial infections

4.1.3 Describe pharmacology of medicines used to treat malaria

4.1.4 Describe pharmacology of medicines used to treat TB and leprosy

4.1.5 Describe pharmacology of medicines used to treat viral infections

4.1.6 Describe pharmacology of medicines used to treat fungal infections

4.1.7 Describe pharmacology of medicines used to treat protozoal infections

4.2.1 Describe pharmacology of anti-emetic, anti-spasmodics and peptic ulcer drugs

4.2.2 Describe pharmacology of anti-diarrhoea and laxatives medicines

4.2.3 Describe pharmacology of medicines for treating nutritional disorders

Sub-Enabling Outcomes cont..

4.3.1 Describe pharmacology of drugs for treating arrythmia and angina

4.3.2 Describe pharmacology of antihypertensive drugs

4.3.3 Describe pharmacology of drugs for treating heart failure

4.3.4 Describe pharmacology of drugs used in the treatment of respiratory diseases

 

4.3.5 Describe pharmacology of adrenal hormones and synthetic drugs

4.3.6 Describe pharmacology of drugs used in the treatment of Diabetes mellitus

4.3.7 Describe pharmacology of medicines used in the treatment of gynecological and obstetric condition

4.4.1 Describe pharmacology of medicines used to treat allergic and anaphylactic conditions

4.4.2 Describe pharmacology of medicines used to treat epilepsy

4.4.3 Describe pharmacology of medicines used to treat psychiatric conditions

Sub-Enabling Outcomes cont..

4.5.1 Describe pharmacology of local anesthetic agents

4.5.2 Describe pharmacology of analgesics and antipyretics

4.5.3 Describe pharmacology of antidotes and medicines used to treat poisoning

4.6.1 Apply procedures for storage of medicines

4.6.2 Maintain records of stored medicines

4.6.3 Describe supply management of medicine in the health facility

Sub-Enabling Outcomes cont..

4.7.1 Write rational prescription

4.7.2 Provide information on use of medicines

4.7.3 Utilize directions for use of Medicines according to routes

4.8.1 Dispense medicines to patient according to prescription

4.8.2 Explain basic concepts in pharmacy

4.8.3 Apply rules of proper dispensing

 

Modules pre-requisite

1. CMT04101 Communication and Life Skills

2. CMT04102 Anatomy

3. CMT04209 Physiology

4. CMT04107 Microbiology, Parasitology and Entomology

 

Methods of study

I. e-learning.

II. Lecture discussions.

III. Tutorials

IV. Assignments

 

Methods of study

1. Small group discussion.

2. Tutorials.

3. Practical sessions.

 

Learning Materials And Teaching Aids

a. Books, Journals

b. Multimedia Projector

c. Computer

d. Smartphones

e. Writing board, Pin board and Flip chart

f. Audio and video files.

 

Integrated Methods of Assessments

A. . Continuous Assessments (40%)

i. Theory examination (25%)

ii. Oral examinations (10%)

iii. Assignments reports (5%)

B. End of Semester Examination (60%)

i. Theory examination (45%)

ii. Oral examination (15%)

 

CONTENT TO BE COVERED

Basic principles of pharmacology

Principles of antimicrobial medicines

Cell wall inhibitors

Antifolate medicines

Protein Synthesis Inhibitor   

Quinolones

Pharmacology of antimalarial drug

Pharmacology of medicines used to treat TB and leprosy

Pharmacology of medicines used to treat viral infections

Pharmacology of medicines used to treat fungal         infections

Pharmacology of medicines used to treat protozoal infections

Pharmacology of anti-emetic, anti-spasmodics and peptic ulcer drugs

Pharmacology of anti-diarrhoea and laxatives medicines

Pharmacology of medicines for treating  nutritional disorders 

Pharmacology of drugs for treating arrthymia and angina

Pharmacology of antihypertensive drugs

Pharmacology of drugs for treating heart  failure

Pharmacology of drugs used in the treatment  of respiratory diseases.

Pharmacology of adrenal hormones and synthetic drugs

Pharmacology of drugs used in the treatment of Diabetes mellitus

Pharmacology of medicines used in the treatment of gynecological and obstetrics conditions

Pharmacology of medicines used to treat allergic and anaphylactic conditions

Pharmacology of medicines used to treat    epilepsy

Pharmacology of medicines used to treat  psychiatric conditions

Pharmacology of local anesthetic agents

Pharmacology of analgesics and antipyretics

Pharmacology of antidotes and medicines used to treat poisoning

 

 

Pharmacy practice

a. Procedures for storage of medicines

b. Maintenance of records of stored medicines

c. Supply management of medicine in the health facility

d. Rational prescription, information on use of medicines, directions for use of Medicines according to routes

e. basic concepts in pharmacy and rules of proper dispensing

 

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