Taking into account the previously acquired knowledge of anatomy, biology, biochemistry, physiology, and general pathology, at the end of the course the student must demonstrate understanding about:
the general principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics,
the route of administration of drugs and the properties of the different pharmaceutical forms,
the concept of bioavailability and bioequivalence,
the correct procedures and timing of drug administration,
the causes, signs and symptoms of major adverse events of drugs,
the consequences and treatment of drug-drug interactions and interaction of medicaments with substances of herbal and alimentary origin,
the instructions for use of the different classes of drugs most commonly used in diseases of obstetric-gynecologic and surgical interest.
Even in cooperation with other professionals, the student will then be able to:
contribute to the success of the therapy prescribed
identify the problems related to drug therapy
prepare an appropriate care plan.