Pediatric Pharmacology and Drug therapy

Children differ from adults in several aspects of pharmacotherapy, together with capabilities for drug administration, medicine-related toxicity, and taste preferences. It is essential that Pediatric medicines are developed to best suit a child’s age, size, physiologic condition, and treatment needs. To ensure adequate treatment of all children, completely different routes of administration, dosage forms, and strengths may be needed. Clinicians need population-specific, evidence-based clinical tools to produce safe and effective drug therapy support for neonatal and Pediatric patients. These clinical tools should be up-to-date, evidence-based drug dosing information, as well as functionality that provide warnings for inappropriately entered dosage values.

  • Clinical Pharmacology Considerations
  • Neurotoxicity
  • Pharmacokinetics (ADME)
  • Pharmacodynamics
  • Pharmacogenetics
  • Ethical Considerations
  • Pediatric Dose selection and Dosage Form
  • Adverse reaction in children
  • Ketogenic diets

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