The History of Pharmacology

The Intersection of Religion and Medicine At the dawn of human civilization, religion and medicine were inextricably linked. Priests, shamans,

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Pharmacology of Tocolytic Agents

Tocolytic agents are medications used to suppress premature labor by inhibiting uterine contractions. Their primary goal is to delay delivery

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pharmacology of Pilocarpine: a muscarinic receptor agonist

Pilocarpine is a muscarinic receptor agonist, specifically targeting the M3 subtype of muscarinic receptors found on the iris sphincter muscle

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