Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology, Cauvery College for Women (Autonomous), Tamil Nadu, India
*Corresponding Author: PF Steffi, Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology, Cauvery College for Women (Autonomous), Tamil Nadu, India.
Received: April 23, 2021; Published: June 01, 2021
Pharmacology is indeed an enormous field and has been the topic of many large textbooks. The pharmacology topic is rapidly moving, and this version has been reviewed and updated in its entirety. Human pharmacology is an introductory reading of all the major aspects of pharmacology so as to inspire the reader to further research the topic. Human pharmacology now focuses primarily on the development of medicines and metabolism. The practical approach to drug metabolism is the ground-breaking new idea of personalised medicine for the future. Adverse drug reactions and use of medicines are addressed at acute ages and during pregnancy, and new medicines are discussed from the point of view of people who are going to see more new medicines on their food in future. Many people prefer natural medicines or other alternative medicines. A dangerous and expensive enterprise that needs careful preparation is the invention of a new drug. This strategy is applicable in large part to the organisational aspects of production and less to research goals and methods. The medicines created through pharmacology will be of great use in the future. Each chapter contains drawings and figures illustrating concepts and action mechanisms. A collection of suggested reading and questions for revisions of several choices concludes each chapter. The introduction to pharmacology science enables readers to learn how and why pharmacology will be important in the future.
Citation: PF Steffi. “Human Pharmacology".Acta Scientific Pharmacology 2.7 (2020): 01.
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