Clinical Pharmacology

Clinical pharmacology has practiced for centuries to observe the effects of herbal remedies and primary medicines on humans.The pharmacological effect of a drug on the body is called pharmacodynamics. Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamic parameters are important for the association between host drug concentration, microbial eradication and resistance. Since many years of scientific development have allowed scientists to combine the study of biological and physiological effects, the discovery of drug effect receptors in the theory and clinical pharmacology has been. Extended to multidisciplinary fields, drug interactions, therapeutic efficacy and safety. Drug interactions, and pharmacological compatibility, include pharmacokinetic studies involving absorption, distribution, metabolism, and deletion of drugs. The pharmacological effects of drugs on the body are known as pharmacodynamics. Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic parameters are particularly important for the association between the abolition and resistance of the applied microorganism of the drug.

Drug development and interactions
Adverse Drug Effects
Receptor theory for drug effects
Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic parameters