Pharmacodynamics

Pharmacodynamics (PD) is the investigation of the biochemical and physiologic impacts of medications, particularly pharmaceutical medications. The impacts can incorporate those showed inside creatures (counting people), microorganisms, or blends of life forms (for instance, disease). Pharmacodynamics is the investigation of how a medication influences a living being, though pharmacokinetics is the investigation of how the living being influences the medication. Both together impact dosing, advantage, and antagonistic impacts. Pharmacodynamics is in some cases shortened as PD and pharmacokinetics as PK, particularly in consolidated reference. The idea of pharmacodynamics has been extended to incorporate Multicellular Pharmacodynamics (MCPD). MCPD is the investigation of the static and dynamic properties and connections between an arrangement of medications and a dynamic and assorted multicellular four-dimensional association. It is the investigation of the workings of a medication on a negligible multicellular system (MCS), both in vivo and in silico.

 

  • Dose-response relationship
  • Therapeutic window
  • Toxicodynamics
  • Duration of action of drug

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