Pharmacology for Dentistry

In this post, we will provide you with an overview of Pharmacology for Dentistry by a famous Indian Dr Known as Dr Surender Singh and his books download link.

Brief Overview of Pharmacology for Dentistry

You will sometimes encounter medical emergencies as a dentist or as a graduate dentist as you conduct a certain operation on the dental chair on your patient. Therefore, it is important that you establish a clear understanding of dental pharmacology in order to manage such unforeseen emergencies effectively.

The primary target audience of PDF Pharmacology is dental graduates. Dental schools around the world have built their curriculum in mind. It provides information on the essential pharmacology concepts required by students of the BDS. In view of its success, this book is strongly recommended for the students of the BDS and the practitioners of dentistry and for the students of pharmacy.

Key Features of Pharmacology for Dentistry

To help undergraduate dental students, this book has been developed and is, therefore, compliance with the requirements of dental boards worldwide. For example, this book was officially authorized by the Dental Council of India to be used by students of BDS.

The material is easy to understand, user-friendly, and detailed.

Every page has provided high-level facts about Pharmacology for Dentistry.

The book provides detailed discussions on the right drugs, action mechanism, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, adverse effects on drug use, interactions between drug and drug products, and counterindications.

Best of all, this book contains valuable information about medical emergencies and ways of coping with them. Also, a tabular format was given to the side effects of drugs.

Table of Content

Here is the table of contents for Pharmacology for Dentistry:

Section 1: Pharmaceutical Concepts

Chapter 1. Mechanisms of Drug Action Pharmacodynamics

Chapter 2. Drug absorption, delivery, and fate pharmacokinetics

Chapter 3. Medical use of drugs Pharmacotherapy:

Chapter 4. Pharmaceutical genomics

Section 2: Basic Drug Group Pharmacology

Chapter 5. Autonomous Drug-Device Launch

Chapter 6. Antagonists of cholinergic agonists and muscular receptor

Chapter 7. Nicotinic receptors affecting drugs

Chapter 8. A divine Agonists

Chapter 9. Antagonists of adrenergic

Chapter 10. Antipsychotic and antidepressant drugs Psychopharmacology

Chapter 11. Anti-anxious medications and core muscle relaxants Sedative hypnotics

Chapter 12. Convulsant antibodies

Chapter 13. Drugs toward Parkinson

Chapter 14. Local drugs

Chapter 15. Anesthesia General

Chapter 16. Antagonists and Opioid Analgesics

Chapter 17. Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory drugs; Anti-rheumatic and anti-gout drugs Non-opioid analgesics

Chapter 18. Antagonists of Histamine and Histamine

Chapter 19. Drugs against arrhythmia

Chapter 20. Heart failure medications medications

Chapter 21. Antianginal drugs

Chapter 22. Diuretic drugs

Chapter 23. Drugs to avoid hypertension

Chapter 24. Lipid Drug Mitigation

Chapter 25. Drugs to induce antianemia and hematopoietic

Chapter 26. Thrombolytic drugs, anticoagulants and

Chapter 27. Respiratory system medicines Operation

Chapter 28. Gastrointestinal tract medications medications

Chapter 29. Pharmacology of hypophysis, thyroid, and parathyroid.

Chapter 30. Corticosteroid adrenal medications

Chapter 31. Glucagone, fructose and oral hypoglycemia

Chapter 32. Reproductive and sexual growth steroid hormones

Chapter 33. Therapy with antibiotics

Chapter 34. Antimicrobial and antiviral items

Chapter 35. Immunostatistics

Chapter 36. Antimicrobial drugs

Section 3: Pharmacological and Clinical Special Topics

Chapter 37. Chronic, non-odontogenic pain management medications

Chapter 38. Fear and anxiety control

Chapter 39. Abuse drugs

Chapter 40. Tolerance

Chapter 41. Emergency Medications Drugs

Chapter 42. Prescription Writing Scientific reasoning and meaning


Annex 1: Biopharmaceutical protein

Annex 2: use of dietary supplements for herbs and herbs in the dentist field

Annex 3: Disinfectious Antiseptics

Annex 4: Clinical dentistry drug interactions

Annex 5: Treatment of glaucoma medicines

Annex 6: Writing of prescription

Annex 7: Prescription Schedules and Controlled Substances

Annex 8: Drug Prescribing Legislation

Annex 9: Abridging Glossary

About the Author

The writer of Pharmacology for Dentistry, Dr. Surrender Singh is a PhD student, University of the Indian Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. He is interested in teaching and research. He has over 19 years of teaching pharmacology to students of medicine and pharmacy.

Dr. Singh has outstanding records in internationally esteemed academic institutions. 06 books / scientific series & book chapters were written. “Published More Than 100 Research Papers (Total Impact Factor 125.02, citation-3200, h-Index-29), and a significant number of original research papers in various indexed journals.”

In many conferences in India and abroad, he presented several of his research work (PhD-1 8, MD / MDS-19, M.Pharm / MSc-08). He has conducted 48 theses.

We hope that every Medical student who downloads this book the best of luck in all of his future examinations/studies.

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