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Pharmacology Introductory Principles - USMLE Tutorial

http://www.usmlesuccess.net A look at the high-yield principles of Pharmacokinetics & Pharmacodynamics - essential USMLE Step 1 information. Download your FR...  
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Pharmacology Introductory Principles - USMLE Tutorial - YouTube

http://www.usmlesuccess.net A look at the high-yield principles of Pharmacokinetics & Pharmacodynamics - essential USMLE Step 1 information. Download your FR...  
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Paracetamol should remain the first line option for persistent pain

Persistent pain in older people is a serious problem that is often undermanaged.1 Osteoarthritis disproportionately affects older people, yet they are often under-represented in trials. Furthermore, their response to analgesics may differ from that of younger patients owing to altered pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics.2  
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Acetaminophen & Salicylate Toxicity with Dr. Bosse

Dr. George Bosse gives a thorough review of acetaminophen and salicylic acid pharmacokinetics followed by presenting symptoms, pathology and treatments for t...  
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The secret realm of phase I trials in healthy volunteers

Phase I clinical trials in healthy volunteers aim at establishing safety, pharmacokinetics, and dosage for subsequent testing of new drugs. They are a necessary step in building the evidence for new treatments. But many view them with suspicion. Phase I trials expose humans to unproved drugs—often at plasma concentrations needed for detecting toxicity. Because volunteers are healthy, the ratio of medical risk to benefit for them is almost infinite. Another reason for suspicion is that healthy volunteers are paid—a fact that makes it likely that primary motivations for participation are misaligned with those of researchers,1 and that study participants will be drawn from underemployed people.  
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