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Pharmacotherapy (Clinical pharmacology) is the
clinical discipline devoted to the optimal use of drugs in
veterinary patients, maximizing their prophylactic or
therapeutic benefits while ensuring that the adverse consequences
of drug use are minimized. Knowledge
of the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties
of drugs and their toxic effects is inherent in
|Week of semester||Date||Topics|
Clinical pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics
Control of CNS activity, epilepsy
Pharmacotherapy of anti-inflammatory and anti-allergy drugs
|5||07-03-2023||Pharmacotherapy of the major body organ systems
(circulatory, respiratory, urinary, digestive, hormone)
|6||14-03-2023||Pharmacotherapy of bacterial and fungal diseases
– Pharmacology of skin infections
– Pharmacology of gastrointestinal infections
– Pharmacology of respiratory tract infections
– Pharmacology of urinary tract infections, mastitis, and metritis
– Pharmacology of meningitis and meningoencephalitis
|7||21-03-2023||Pharmacotherapy of parasitic disease
(antiprotozoals, anthelmintics and
|discussion||Written examination (via Moodle)|
Practical lessons theme
There is no practical lecture in the course.
– Attendance on lectures is obligatory, however student may miss max. 1/3 of lectures (two weeks) if it is indicated (e.g. illness, official program).
– There is a written (online) examination at the end of course. The dates of the exams will be determined in consultation with the students. When retake or postpone of examination is necessary, the general education rules of the campus should be considered.
Written examination (via Moodle).
Exam dates will be given after consultation with students.