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Pharmacologie spéciale et éléments de pharmacothérapie [ WFARM2115 ]

9.0 crédits ECTS  85.0 h  

Teacher(s) Van Bambeke Françoise (coordinator) ; Spinewine Anne ; Hermans Emmanuel ; Feron Olivier ; Jonas Jean-Christophe ; Dessy Chantal ;
Language French
of the course
Bruxelles Woluwe

physiopathology, anatomy, general pharmacology, biochemistry ; capacity to integrate these topics with the course.

Main themes

- Systematic study of the main drug classes (pharmacochemical and pharmacological properties, indications, undesirable effects, drug interactions, contra-indications, posology, with the exception of anti-infective agents.

- Pharmacotherapy of the main pathologies for wich these drugs are used


- Knowledge of the pharmacology of the main drug classes currently used in human medicine in Belgium and of their clinical use.

- Learning outcomes : capacity to analyse, justify and possibly criticize the role of drugs in the treatment of non-hospitalized patients ; capacity to establish the benefit-risk ratio of a specific drug for a given patient, taking into account his/her physiopathological context and comedications.

Evaluation methods

- Written examination with open questions and multiple choice questions on the main parts of the course.

- Oral examination with questions integrating different parts of the course ; the student has to answer to these questions in front of a jury made of different members of the teaching team.


Support :

- Diaporamas

- Répertoire commenté des médicaments edited by the centre belge d'information pharmacothérapeutique

- Pharmacology reference book : Rang & Dale's Pharmacology : ISBN 10:0-7020-3471-1 ; ISBN 13:978-0-7020-3471-8 ; CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE

- Pharmacotherapy reference book : Di Piro : Pharmacotherapy, a pathophysiological approach ; ISBN13: 9780071478991 ; ISBN10: 007147899X ; MC GRAW HILL

Cycle et année
> Master [120] in Pharmacy
Faculty or entity
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