PHT 101: Pharmacology for Pharmacy Technicians
Students learn the purposes, actions, side effects, precautions and significant interactions of major drug classes with special attention on dosage forms and commonly used drug names. The student learns to describe the use of these agents in the management of disease states and their effects on body systems.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; PHT 100, PHT 103 and PHT 145, minimum grade "C"
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