Clinical Pharmacology

The scientific study of drugs and their clinical and therapeutic uses is referred to as clinical pharmacology. It centers on the application of pharmacological approaches and principles of clinical practice in the real world and is based on basic pharmacological science. Clinical pharmacology has a wide scope that includes the effects of drug usage on entire populations and the discovery of new target molecules. The space between laboratory science and medical practice is bridged by clinical pharmacology. The key aim of clinical pharmacology is to advance the safety of prescription, minimize the side effects of drugs, and maximize drug effects. It is practiced by pharmacists who possess skills in the areas of medication safety, drug information, therapeutic monitoring, and clinical practice.

Clinical pharmacology entails extensive scientific ...

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