Learn how close (yet so far) chemotherapy is getting to killing the cancerous cells with every round of treatment…
We not only have oral inhalers but also nasal inhalers.
Another issue we have is that we have to make sure the solution or inhalation is getting into their lungs as opposed to swallowing it and it going into their stomach. This can be problematic for some individuals, especially children. The way we teach an individual to utilize an inhaler is exhale all the air […]
The pharmacology of H2 receptor blockers/antagonists.
The pharmacology of proton pump inhibitors.
The pharmacology of antacids and some examples.
The pharmacology of sucralfate.
The causes (etiology) and treatment for ulcers!
Causes of diarrhea and the drug therapy required to alleviate it.
The pharmacology of stimulant cathartics and some examples of them.