Clinical and Applied Toxicology

Poisoning is an adverse effect of a chemical compound when it is in excessive amount. The body is able to accept or it clears the dose of drug. Clinical toxicology is one of the most important branches of toxicology and deals with the study of the side effects caused by agents such as drugs, chemicals in the living systems. It also deals with the extent and analysis of drug concentrations and other toxic substances in biological fluids. It has applications in few other fields like molecular biology, pharmacology, biochemistry, pathology, etc.

Medical Toxicology is focusing on the diagnosis, management and prevention of poisoning and other adverse health effects due to occupational medications and environmental toxins, and biological agents. In clinical toxicology the drugs and chemicals have impact on humans. The formulation of drugs plays a vital role in the usage of drugs. The various types of effects are calculated by drug design, stability, hardness and friability. The concentration of dose is directly related to therapeutic effect.

  • Cutaneous toxicity
  • Toxicogenomics and systems toxicology
  • Clinical stabilization
  • Drug stability
  • Drug design
  • Drug delivery systems
  • Excitotoxicity
  • Epidemiology and clinical toxicology
  • Automatism toxicology
  • Biochemistry
  • Drug delivery systems
  • Therapeutic drug monitoring
  • Drug interactions
  • Dose Response Relationships

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