Pharmacology

Doç. Dr. Bİlgen Başgut
EFAR 600
Master thesis study

EFAR 601
Pharmacology, drug screening methods, and laboratory techniques routinely used to teach certain heads. Separately each of the techniques taught to students with laboratory applications

EFAR 602
The general principles of pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics

EFAR 603
Graduates of this course should have a minimum level of knowledge required to provide. Teaching of physiology and pharmacology of the central nervous system.

EFAR 604
This course in basic instrumentation and electrophysiological methods to increase the level of practical skills of graduates and aims to be able to use these methods in their own research.
Striated muscle, neuromuscular junction, brain and kaplte resting membrane potential, action potential, synaptic potentials and microelectrode recording methods using various electrophysiological parameters, and is aimed at examining the effects of drugs

EFAR 606
Teaching of electrical and biochemical properties of the peripheral nerves and synapse.
Peripheral neural network to understand the working principles and basic concepts of nerves and strengthen the transmission of information.

EFAR 607
Replacing cardiovascular drugs and cardiovascular homeostasis and its properties of drugs.

EFAR 610
Teaching of physiology and pharmacology of the autonomic nervous system.
The autonomic nervous system physiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology to provide known.

EFAR 611
Aimed to gain general knowledge about the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases.

EFAR 612
Aimed to gain general knowledge about the treatment of respiratory diseases

EFAR 614
Neuropharmacology and basic laboratory methods.
Neuropharmacology laboratory work discipline and basic teaching methods to gain.

EFAR 615
The basic principles of drug therapy.

EFAR 616
Drug interactions with the basic principles to the use of a combination of nutrients and the resulting interactions with other drugs causes and the importance of rational treatment.

EFAR 617
The principles of rational pharmacotherapy, explained the role of pharmacists and the prescribing practices of rational pharmacotherapy of samples are put into practical applications for the rational use of medicines by digestion of the subject.

EFAR 630
The molecular basis of major events related to subcellular structures, it is replaced by chemicals and signal transdükleme systems.

EFAR 691
Development of students’ seminar on a topic related to the general pharmacology.

EFAR 700
Doctorate thesis study.

EFAR 701
Mediators, amines, peptides, eicosanoids and other autacoids teaching physiology and pharmacology.

EFAR 702
Pharmacology program in the field of clinical pharmacology and rational drug use, and to contribute to the universal science and practice of the national drug policy is intended to prepare graduates to serve for. Basics of clinical pharmacology, therapeutic science, drug development process, clinical research and ethics committee review of theoretical investigations and case-file-based course.

EFAR 705
Evaluation of scientific papers, discussion and presentation with instructor.

EFAR 706
Evaluation of scientific papers, discussion and presentation with instructor.

EFAR 707
Learning the basic data acquisition systems and software used in pharmacology

EFAR 708
Allowing scientists to express itself in a professional hardware gain.

EFAR 709
The historical development of the science of pharmacology, researchers make significant milestones in this development to examine the work and publications, according to the conditions of time to discuss them.

EFAR 711
The fate of drugs, medication, drug-receptor interaction and the basic concepts of drug action and inform you about the events related to the change.

EFAR 712
Autonomic and somatic motor nervous systems, anatomical, biochemical and pharmacological properties and mechanisms of action of these systems include sites of action of these drugs. Course, site of action and clinical use of drugs in the autonomic nervous system is composed of a possible new uses of.