Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Pharmacology for Future Nurses

By Sophie Sokolow, MPharm, PhD
Assistant Professor UCLA School of Nursing and Center for the Advancement of Gerontological Nursing Sciences UCLA Brain Research Institute
 
Total Video : 24 Episodes 

Future nurses will learn which are the most appropriate pharmacological treatments for the most common health disorders across the life span. Discus the pharmacokinetic factors that influence drug effectiveness and adverse reactions. Provide scientific rationales for administering selected drug therapies based on evaluation of current research. 


Content:


1. Autonomic Nervous System (Part 1 [17:52] Part 2 [48:35])
2. Pharmacodynamics [36:11]
3. Pharmacokinetics (Part 1 [39:29] Part 2 [35:40])
4. Endocrine Disorders [51:53]
5. Estrogens and Progestins [36:30]
6. CNS Epilepsy [37:31]
7. Extra curriculum - Ongoing quest for new Therapies in Alzheimer's Disease [54:14]
8. Birth Control, Drug Therapy for Infertility, Androgens [51:43]
9. Major Drugs of Abuse [18:08]
10. Pain Managment and Opioids [41:20]
11. Respiratory [40:36]
12. Asthma [48:09]
13. Antihypertensive (APN lecture) Part 1[42:55] Part 2 [41:48]
14. Cardiac Heart Failrue and Antiarrythmics (45:20)
15. Cardiac Heart Failure (54:25)
16. Antihyertensive (MECN lecture) Part 1 [53:16] Part 2 [45:35]
17. Angina Pectoris [26:57]
18. Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) [02:34]
19. Anemias [26:46]
20. Anticoagulants, Antiplatelets and Thrombolytic Agents [40:41]
 

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