1. To Calculate the dose in pharmacological esperiments
2. To study the antiallergic activity by must cell stabilization assay
3. To study theanti-ulcer activity of a drug using pylorus ligation (SHAY) rat model and NSAIDS induced ulcer model.
4. To study of effect of drugs on gastrointestinal motility
5. To study effect of agonist and antagonists no guinea pig ileum
6. To estimate serum biochemical parameters by using semi-auto analyzer
7. To study the effect of saline purgative on frog intestine
8. To study insulin hypoglycemic effect in rabbit
9. To perform test for pyrogens (rabbit method)
10. To determine acute oral toxicity (LD50) of a drug from a given data
11. To determine acute skin irritation /corrosion of a test substance
12. To determine acute eye irritation /corrosion of a test substance
13. To calculate pharmacokinetic parameters from a given data
14. Biostatistics methods in experimental pharmacology (student’s t test, ANOVA)
15. Biostatistics methods in experimental pharmacology (Chi square test, Wilcoxon Signed Rank test)
About the Book :
|It gives immense pleasure to introduce the book, Practical Pharmacology-III. The book has been strictly written as per the syllabus prescribed by Pharmacy Council of India for pharmacy students.
An attempt has been made to explore the experiments in a simple language which can be easily understandable for students. Tables, figures etc. have been included in order to make experiments clear and easily understandable for students. We sincerely hope that both the students and teachers will find this book content useful and significant.
The Experimental Pharmacology mainly based on study of pharmacology activity of drugs by different methods. We have tried to incorporate effect of drugs according to syllabus.