______NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF PHARMACY______ Department of Pharmacology

Remote mode due to the quarantine

Remote mode due to the quarantine

DEAR STUDENTS!

Шановні здобувчі вищої освіти! Уважаемые соискатели высшего образования!

Algorithm of students actions in the remote mode

Due to the quarantine from 12 th of March 2020 to 22 nd of June 2020, the
educational process according to the decree of the Rector of the National
University of Pharmacy №139 from 11 th of March 2020 will be carried out in a
remote mode.

There are schedule of classes and lectures on pharmacology for the
spring semester 2019/2020, as well as lectures on the department site. You have
educational literature. In addition, there are reference to the additional
pharmacology literature. During this period, you have sufficient opportunities to
study the discipline in accordance with the schedule.
Active links to topic study materials and study guides for mandatory writing
are given below.
For any questions, please contact the teachers of the department. Contacts
are given on the site.

Please keep an eye out for regular updates on the department`s website.

The calculation students individual rating on Pharmacology Module 2, 2019-2020 academic year

Pharmacology Exam Information for 2019/2020 studying year

The schedule of the LECTURES on Zoom platform
The schedule of the practical Classes on Zoom platform
for the students of the Second pharmacology semester

LESSON TOPIC (27th April – 30th April) 
Basics of the rational use of drugs (I)

  1. Revising of the aspects of the rational use of drugs (topics: “Hormonal and antihormonal drugs,” “Chemotherapeutic drugs”) according to the list in the book KROK-without-problem

Drugs N 89–128 (P. 63–83).

Additional data are available at

Pharmacology-Cito

Pharmacology-on-your-palms

  1. If there are any questions, please formulate them, you have the possibility to ask and receive all data you need during the work in Zoom according to the schedule
  2. For those students who have not sent the previous tasks or have not corrected them according to the teacher’s comments – finish this work and send all tasks or corrections

 

 

LESSON TOPIC (20 th  April – 24 th  April)
Summarization of material and passing the control tests

  1. Prepare for the final module control 2. The tasks are available at:  MC-2_tasks_for_students_2019
  2. Check your tables with the drugs, write the characteristics for the absent drugs and send the photos of the tasks accomplished to your teacher (the e-mails are given below)
  3. Revise the tests for submodules 4, 5, and 6 (if it has not been done before or the result was not sufficient) and pass the final test for submodule 2 by registering with their usual login and password in the system http://tests.nuph.edu.ua/login/index.php The data about their passing will be checked
  4. Revise the additional material concerning antiinfectious drugs present in videofiles the links for which are given below
  5. If there are any questions, please formulate them, you have the possibility to ask and receive all data you need during the work in Zoom according to the schedule

 

LESSON TOPIC (13 th  April – 17 th  Appril) 
The preparation for controls, summarization of material, studying the material for self-work
1. Fill in the TABLE (includes drug necessary for the preparation for the exam and STEP tests).
Please send the photos of the tasks accomplished to your teacher (the e-mails are given below)
2. Prepare for the submodule control 6. The tasks are available at: SMC_6_tasks_for_students
3. Pass the tests for submodules 5 and 6 (if it has not been done before or the result was not sufficient) by registering with their usual login and password in the system  http://tests.nuph.edu.ua/login/index.php The data about their passing will be checked
4. If there are any questions, please formulate them, you have the possibility to ask and receive all data you need during the work in Zoom according to the schedule
5. Write in the copy-books Additional obligatory task concerning all anti-infectious drugs.

 

LESSON TOPIC (06th April – 10th Appril) 
Antifungal medicines. Antihelmintic, antiviral medicines.

Lecture:Antiviral, antifungal, antihelmintic

Practical tasks  (practical task 06-10.04) you should write answer in your copy books.

Besides, fill in the TABLE (includes drug necessary for the preparation for the exam and STEP tests).
Please send the photos of the tasks accomplished to your teacher (the e-mails are given below)
Also, the students should pass the tests for submodules 5 and 6 by registering with their usual login and password in the system  http://tests.nuph.edu.ua/login/index.php The data about their passing will be checked.

Additional information available at:
Antiviral agents: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZzVi3WjurI

The virus life cycle and possibilities of antiviral treatment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIut0oVWCEg

How do viruses reproduce: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHHrph7zDLw

Antiretrovirals and the HIV Pandemic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDAd8qCvb5E

Overview of the fungal cell structure as the target for antifungal drugs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcuPKy_Slng

Mechanism of action of antifungal drugs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9SiDPFMM3Y

The specifity of azoles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-dwE11AhqA

 

LESSON TOPIC (30th March – 03rd April
Sulfonamides. antituberculous medicines.

Lecture: SULFONAMIDES, АNТI-TUBERCULOSIS AGENTS, FLUORQUINOLONES
Practical tasks 
 (Practical tasks) you should write answer in your copy books.

Besides, fill in the TABLE (includes drug necessary for the preparation for the exam and STEP tests).
Please send the photos of the tasks accomplished to your teacher (the e-mails are given below)
Also, the students should pass the tests for submodules 5 and 6 by registering with their usual login and password in the system  http://tests.nuph.edu.ua/login/index.php The data about their passing will be checked.

Additional information available at:

Sulfonamides and trimethoprim animation: folic acid inhibitors: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cu45SQfl24

Targeting Tuberculosis: Mycobacterium Specifity https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuHUikQy2vk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9-WGRgEVlA

Anti-tuberculosis Drugs: Rifampicin, Isoniazid, Ethambutanol, Pyrazinamide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_F0FBgP45A

 

LESSON TOPIC (23rd March – 27th March) 
Antibiotics: aminoglycosides, glycopeptides, lincosamides, phosphomycines, fusidines, polymyxines, chloramphenicols, rifamycines. Fluoroquinolones.
Practical tasks ( task Antibiotics and Antibacterial drugs 23rd March – 27th March) You should write answer in your copy books:
– p. 89-90, task 1-2 (Pharmacology: manual for practice on special pharmacology. Part
II
 )  

Besides, fill in the table (includes drugs of both topics concerning antibiotics and fluoroquinolones, necessary for the preparation for the exam and STEP tests)

Please send the photos of the tasks accomplished to your teacher (the e-mails are given below)

Also, the students should pass the tests for submodules 5 and 6 by registering with their usual login and password in the system  http://tests.nuph.edu.ua/login/index.php The data about their passing will be checked.

Additional information available at:

Fluoroquinolones: Mechanisms of Action and Resistance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkKZ_gxAOXI

Aminoglycosides: Bacterial Targets, Mechanism of Action, Side Effects: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1d2meyYpOE

Protein Synthesis Inhibitors antibiotics animation video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7hwidcG-Gk

 

LESSON TOPIC (16th March – 20th March)
Antibiotics: penicillins, cephalosporines, carbapenems and monobactams,
tetracyclines, macrolides and azalides.
Practical tasks (Pharmacology: manual for practice on special pharmacology. Part
II
 ) You should write answer in your copy books:
-page 68, task 1-2  (printed book), p. 80-82, task 1-2 (electronic version available at the link present above)
-page 71-72 task 7  (printed book), p. 84-85, task 7 (electronic version available at the link present above)
Lecture presentation: Antibiotics

Also, the students should pass the tests for submodules 5 and 6 by registering with their usual login and password in the system  http://tests.nuph.edu.ua/login/index.php The data about their passing will be checked.

Additional information available at:

ß-Lactams: Mechanisms of Action and Resistance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBdYnRhdWcQ

Macrolides: Mechanisms of Action and Resistance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oC21vLFtsjo

Tetracycline: Mechanism of action https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=venlS3Jrhiw

Mechanisms and Classification of Antibiotics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGwP471sehI

History of Antibiotics: Antibiotic Resistance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEmZid35DxA

The discovery of penicillin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qeZLLhx5kU

Additional pharmacology literature

Pharmacology-Cito

Pharmacology on your palms

Your professors’ e-mail:
professor Schokina Katerina acya@ukr.net
associate professor Tovchiga Olga 234olgat@gmail.com
associate professor Ulanova Vera infofarm82@gmail.com
associate professor Kudina Olesia olesiakudina@gmail.com

for students of the FIRST pharmacology semester

LESSON TOPIC (18th  May – 22nd May)
Medicines affecting GIT.
Theoretical tasks:  You should prepare TABLE with following drugs from SUBMODULE 3:
Medicines affecting GIT: 1, 3, 4, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21, 23-26, 29, 31, 32, 34, 35.
Practical tasks (Pharmacology: manual for practice on special pharmacology. Part II ). You should write answer in your copy books:
p. 36-37, task 1;
p.38-39, task 4.
You should write theoretical tasks and practical tasks in your copy books and send photo of it to your professors.

 

LESSON TOPIC (12th  May – 15st May)
Medicines stimulating  CNS (II  part): antidepressants, nootropics.
Theoretical tasks:  You should prepare TABLE with following drugs from SUBMODULE 3:
Antidepressants (medicine number from the list): 2, 15
Nootropics (medicine number from the list): 30.

Practical tasks (Pharmacology: manual for practice on special pharmacology. Part I). You should write answer in your copy books:

p. 33, task 1 (prescription writing) – 2;
p. 35, task 2;
p. 35-36, task 3.
You should write theoretical tasks and practical tasks in your copy books and send photo of it to your professors.

 

LESSON TOPIC (04th  May – 08st May)
Medicines stimulating  CNS (I  part): psychomotor stimulants, analeptics, adaptogens.
Theoretical tasks:  You should prepare TABLE with following drugs from SUBMODULE 3:
Psychomotor stimulants (medicine number from the list): 5;
Analeptics (medicine number from the list): 33;
Adaptogens: 16, 25.
Practical tasks (Pharmacology: manual for practice on special pharmacology. Part I). You should write answer in your copy books:
p. 33, task 1 (prescription writing) – 3, 4, 6.
p. 34, task 4.
You should write theoretical tasks and practical tasks in your copy books and send photo of it to your professors.

 

LESSON TOPIC (27th  April – 01st May)
Medicines suppressing CNS (II part): hypnotics, anticonvulsive, medicines for Parkinson’s disease treatment.
Theoretical tasks:  You should prepare TABLE with following drugs from SUBMODULE 3:

Hypnotics (medicine number from the list): 11, 22, 37
Anticonvulsive medicines (medicine number from the list): 6, 28, 36
Medicines for Parkinson’s disease treatment: 17.

Practical tasks (Pharmacology: manual for practice on special pharmacology. Part I). You should write answer in your copy books:
p. 24, task 1 (prescription writing) – 1, 2, 3.
p.25, task 1,
p. 27, task 3.
You should write theoretical tasks and practical tasks in your copy books and send photo of it to your professors.

 

LESSON TOPIC (21st April – 24th April)
Medicines suppressing CNS (I part): neuroleptics, tranquilizers, sedative.

Lecture: Drugs suppressing CNS

Theoretical tasks:  You should prepare TABLE with following drugs from SUBMODULE 3
Neuroleptics (medicine number from the list): 8, 12, 18
Tranquilizers  (medicine number from the list): 7, 10
Sedative medicines: 9.

Practical tasks (Pharmacology: manual for practice on special pharmacology. Part I). You should write answer in your copy books:

  1. p. 17, task 1 (prescription writing) – 1, 3, 6.
  2. p. 18, task 1,
  3. p. 19, task 3.

You should write theoretical tasks and practical tasks in your copy books and send photo of it to your professors.

Additional information available at:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZHudeMho8g

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hB-BxvUJTTM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iggk69QMIiQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwei2Bsk5OA

 

 

LESSON TOPIC (13th April – 17th April)
Pain correctors (II part): non-narcotic analgesics, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines.

 Theoretical tasks:  You should prepare TABLE with following drugs from SUBMODULE-2: 

Non-narcotic analgesics (medicine number from the list): 28, 40.

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines (medicine number from the list): 1, 9, 19, 22, 27, 39.

Practical tasks (Pharmacology: manual for practice on special pharmacology. Part I). You should write answer in your copy books:

  • p. 11, task 1 (prescription writing) – 1, 2, 4, 6.
  • p. 12-13, task 1,
  • p. 13, task 2.

You should write theoretical tasks and practical tasks in your copy books and send photo of it to your professors.

Additional information available at:

Pain Transduction as a target for intervention https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEQyLR6UBW0

Inflammation as a target for intervention https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fbzb75HA9M8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=md-QITcsZag

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bvMv5dQ7RU

Nonsteroidal Antш-Inflammatory Drugs-NSAIDS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=af2c4aYR2J4

Ant-inflammatory drugs. Steroids , NSAIDs and leukotrienes inhibitors https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wb0tDlcekzo

Aspirin specifity https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8g9H4judsnM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YZ1vDzi_SM

Paracetamol specifity https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_idubwsRy8

 

LESSON TOPIC (06th April – 10th April)
Pain correctors (I part): narcotic (opioid) analgesics

Lecture:Pharmacology of Pain

Theoretical tasks:  You should prepare TABLE with following drugs from SUBMODULE-2: 

Narcotic (opioid) analgesics (medicine number from the list): 11, 17, 24, 43.

Practical tasks (Pharmacology: manual for practice on special pharmacology. Part I). You should write answer in your copy books:
p. 5, task 1 (prescription writing) – 1-4,
p. 6, task 1,
p. 7, task 2, 3.

You should write theoretical tasks and practical tasks in your copy books and send photo of it to your professors.

PAIN Physiology – The Ascending Pathway, Descending Pain Pathway and the Substantia Gelatinosa – The role of encephalines https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5c8maFAhqIc

Opioid Drugs, Part 1: Mechanism of Action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s60KzN4GJdQ

 

LESSON TOPIC (30th March – 03d April)
Adrenomimetics (adrenergic) medicines. Adrenoblockers (antiadrenergic) medicines

Lecture:Drugs affecting efferent inervation2Part

You should prepare TABLE with following drugs from SUBMODULE-2: 
Adrenomimetics (adrenergic) medicines (medicine number from the list): 10, 13, 15, 16, 29, 38, 42.
Adrenoblockers (antiadrenergic) medicines (medicine number from the list):  4, 14, 23, 36, 37.
You should write the table down in your copy books and send photo of it to your professors.

 

LESSON TOPIC (23th March – 27th March)
Revision of previous 3 topics.

You should prepare table with following drugs from SUBMODULE-2
Medicines affecting afferent innervation ( medicine number from the list): 2, 3, 6, 20, 34. Cholinergic medicines: 26, 30. Anticholinergic medicines: 5, 7, 18, 31, 32, 33, 41.
The table example:
Drug name Group Effects Indications Typical side effects
You should write the table down in your copy books and send photo of it to your professors.

 

LESSON TOPIC (16th March – 20th March)
Cholinergic antagonist: M-cholinoblockers, N-cholinoblockers (ganglionic blockers, muscle relaxants)

Practical tasks (Pharmacology: manual for practice on special pharmacology. Part I). You should write answer in your copy books:

  • page 51-52, task 1-2   (printed book), p. 52-53, task 1-2 (electronic version available at the link present above)
  • page 52, task 3  (printed book), p. 53, task 3 (electronic version available at the link present above)

Lecture presentations

Drugs affecting efferent inervation 1Part

Drugs affecting efferent inervation2Part

Also, the students should pass the tests for submodules 1 ( for those who have not pass it successfully during the previous weeks), 2 and 3 by registering with their usual login and password in the system  http://tests.nuph.edu.ua/login/index.php The data about their passing will be checked.

Additional pharmacology literature

Pharmacology-Cito

Pharmacology on your palms

Your professors’ e-mail:

associate professor Tovchiga Olga 234olgat@gmail.com

associate professor Kudina Olesia olesiakudina@gmail.com

 

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