The pharmacology of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) encompasses all drug groups that have an effect on the neuroconduction of the segments of the nervous system specialized for the autonomic control of visceral motility and secretions.
In this course, the student will be introduced to the pharmacology of sympathomimetic agents, adrenergic blockers, cholinomimetic activators, and anticholinergic agents.
For optimal comprehension, the student is required to have a previous understanding of molecular and cell biology, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, and the anatomy and physiology of the ANS, with an emphasis on its organization, its major nerves and the organs they innervate, its receptors, and its major neurotransmitters.
It was everything I needed. Although I'd suggest that the videos be arranged sequentially that way it is a tad bit easier on the brain.
This classes are not bad but sometimes are difficult to understand
Good explanation and some tricks like for beta blockers also helps
Very poorly presented and connected. The lectures dont have any fluidity as a whole , and just slide reading is there. A different lecturer should teach pharmacology