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Parkinson'S Disease And Medications In Clinical Pharmacology


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Published 2/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 794.60 MB | Duration: 1h 23m
CNS related disorder

What you'll learn
Understanding the main signs and sypmtoms of the disease
Recoginzing the etiologies
Learning the pathogenesis and pathophysiology of the disease
Understanding the management strategies and highlighting the main medications used with their pharmacological class
Basics of Physiology and Pharmacology
Welcome dear studentsIn this course we are going to discuss the etiologies , pathogenesis, diagnosis, clinical picture and management strategies of Parkinson's disease.Online Clinical Pharmacology & toxicology courses in a simplified way for medical, clinical and pharmacy students, highlighting the disease and the main medications and therapeutics used in management of many medical conditions.this course is suitable for anyone who is interested in gaining more pharmacological knowledge, or to get educated about some diseases/disorders and their signs and symptoms and how it can be managed.This course will be helpful for clinical, medical, and pharmacy students.Watch the promo video and afterwards you are most welcomed to join the courseHere are more details about the instructor:Languages: English & ArabicName: Associate Professor Dr. Aia ShahinProfile: Academic staff member from 2006- till now (more than 17 years of experience)Currently working as an academic staff member (Pharmacology and toxicology department) faculty of Pharmacy) Certificates:IGCSE certificate (international general certificate of secondary education (2001)Bachelor degree of Pharmacy (2006)Msc. Pharmacology and toxicology (2012)PHD Pharmacology and toxicology (2016)Associate professor ( 2022)Toefl and ICDL I have Published many online scientific research papers in pharmacology.I have Supervised Masters and PHD students.Thank you for your time and hope you would enjoy the course.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 2 Highlighting some of the CNS related neurotransmitters
Lecture 3 2. Parkinson's disease introduction, signs and symptoms
Lecture 4 3. Parkinson's disease Pathogenesis and diagnosis
Lecture 5 4. Parkinson's disease management part A
Lecture 6 5. Parkinson's disease management part B
Medical or Pharmacy students or Anyone who is interested in CNS related disorders such as Parkinson's disease


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