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Drug-receptor interactions refer to the binding of drugs to specific receptors, leading to a biological response. These interactions can either be agonistic or antagonistic. Agonists Agonists are drugs that bind
Understanding the terms ‘drug potency’ and ‘drug efficacy’ is crucial for healthcare professionals, researchers, and even patients. These terms help to describe how well a drug performs and are often
Drug specificity is an important concept in pharmacology that refers to the range of actions a drug can produce. Understanding drug specificity is crucial for healthcare professionals, researchers, and patients
Adenosine Mechanism & Clinical Use Toxicity Digoxin Digoxin is a cardiac glycoside that has been used for many years in the treatment of heart failure and arrhythmias. It is derived
Verapamil Mechanism of Action Extracardiac Effects Toxicity Pharmacokinetics & Dosage Therapeutic Use Diltiazem Mechanism of Action Toxicity Therapeutic Use Conclusion Class 4 antiarrhythmic drugs like Verapamil and Diltiazem primarily act
Introduction Class 3 antiarrhythmic drugs are known for their ability to prolong action potentials, primarily by blocking potassium channels in cardiac muscle or enhancing inward currents through sodium channels. This