Laboratory Pharmacology Manual And Report Book Volume 1

Laboratory Pharmacology Manual And Report Book Volume 1

Author by Mr. Gabriel Noblefather Uyaiabasi

Journal/Publisher: . Babcock University Press

Volume/Edition: 1

Language: English

Pages: 1 - 168


The Pharmacology Laboratory Manual and Report Book Volume 1, for Medicine and Allied Students was developed by a team of Pharmacologists, dedicated to availing the highest level of Pharmacology competence to our students and make them grounded clinicians and scientists by the time they graduate from the Medical School. This manual will address the practical issues for all the undergraduate courses as they are now in the curriculum. It is therefore applicable to the B.Sc. courses as well as the M.B.B.S/BDS professional courses.

This laboratory workbook is a product of experience gained over the years, as students, postgraduate students and now instructors in practical Pharmacology.  It is true that this manual is not exhaustive.  The workbook aims to form a bridge between theoretical Pharmacology and drug actions, with backgrounds of Anatomy, Biochemistry and Physiology.

It is our aim that as students get familiar with the practical sessions as are laid out in this manual/workbook, it would stimulate their interests in the basic medical sciences.  More than that, it would stimulate their interest in product development.

We dare say that Public Health Practice including Medical and Dental Practice of the future, will depend heavily on scientific evidence. This manual has therefore been designed to develop the interests of Clinicians and Scientists in producing that evidence for our environment. If we cannot develop our own products for our own diseases, who would?

Finally, we encourage our colleagues and students to give us feedback and suggestions in order to improve future editions of this manual/workbook. The authors are grateful to the Faculty and Staff of Department of Pharmacology, Therapeutics & Toxicology, College of Medicine of the University of Lagos.

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