20.0 h + 10.0 h
Analytical methods used in clinical toxicology Biological matrices Toxicokinetics Major intoxications (alcohols, CO, psychotropic drugs, drugs of abuse, sedatives ) Pesticides Mushrooms
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||This lecture aims to provide students the necessary understanding of the analytical, kinetics, and metabolic basis of the major intoxications found in clinical setting. At the end of this lecture, students should be able to discriminate potentially lethal intoxications, to propose analytical tools to detect toxics in biological fluids and to interpret analytical results in a medical context. The 10h of practical exercises are only proposed to specialized pharmacists in training in clinical biology (Master complementary)|
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This lecture starts by a detailed review of the analytical methods available in clinical toxicology (immunoassays, chromatography including mass-spectrometric detection, ), together with basis of toxicokinetics. Major families of toxics are reviewed, and include solvants, CO, drugs of abuse, psychotropes, antidepressive drugs, sedatives with some epidemiological, analytical, metabolic and clinical interpretation approaches. Practical exercises are offered to specialized pharmacists in clinical biology.
Evaluation : written exam Support : Slides on I-campus
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