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Graduate & Pharmacy Catalog 2013-2014 
Graduate & Pharmacy Catalog 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

PHR 2142 - Clinical Applications of Pharmacokinetic Dosing and Monitoring

2 Credit Hours
This course integrates the principles of pharmacokinetics, including factors affecting the absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion, and binding of drugs, into the process of monitoring, evaluating and adjusting a specific dosing regimen. Students learn to interpret laboratory results, assess clinical findings, and apply pharmacokinetic principles to determine an individualized dosage regimen for a specific patient based on drug serum concentrations and clinical circumstances. Learning activities include critical thinking and problem-solving exercises that relate to drug dosing and monitoring functions commonly performed by pharmacists in a patient care setting.

Prerequisite: PHR 1213 

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