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Introduction and Definitions of Pharmacodynamics – Pharmacodynamics

by Pravin Shukle, MD
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    The lecture Introduction and Definitions of Pharmacodynamics – Pharmacodynamics by Pravin Shukle, MD is from the course Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics.


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    1. High selectivity, low affinity.
    2. High selectivity, high affinity.
    3. Low selectivity, high affinity.
    4. Low selectivity, low affinity.
    1. One that is more attracted to one type of receptor over another.
    2. One that is more powerfully attracted to a receptor compared to another drug.
    1. Requires little drug to exert its maximal effect, but does not cause much biological effect.
    2. Requires more drug to exert its maximal effect, but does not cause much biological effect.
    3. Is very active biologically, at low doses.
    4. Requires more drug to exert its maximal effect, but causes a very active biological effect.

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     Pravin Shukle, MD

    Pravin Shukle, MD


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    AMAZING! CONCISE AND VERY SUBSTANTIAL
    By Gerardo G. on 02. October 2017 for Introduction and Definitions of Pharmacodynamics – Pharmacodynamics

    5 STARS TO DR SHUKLE Because 1. He speaks clear American English. 2. Lectures are very visual, concise and substantial. 3. He behaves and dresses very professionally. 5. You learn a lot in little time with quizzes between lectures. 6. It's so much fun and easy.