VBS 2410 Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology I

This course provides veterinary students with a basic understanding of the principles of pharmacology and toxicology, including pharmacokinetics/toxicokinetics, biotransformation,pharmacodynamics, receptor action, mechanisms of toxicosis, and a basic understanding of some of the major classes of drugs and toxins important in veterinary medicine. The course emphasizes drugs affecting the autonomic and central nervous systems, the musculoskeletal system, and the immune and other systems. The toxins to be covered include those that act on the same systems as those listed for the drugs.

Materials Available from the Service Desk

Publication date: 2003.
Authors:
  • Plumlee, Konnie.
Holdings:
  • STACKS (Available)
  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)

Publication date: c2011.
Authors:
  • Goodman, Louis S.(Louis Sanford),1906-2000.
  • Brunton, Laurence L.
  • Chabner, Bruce.
  • Knollmann, Bjr̲n C.
Holdings:
  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)

Publication date: 2003.
Authors:
  • Rang, H .P.
  • Dale, M. M.
  • Ritter, J. M.
  • Moore, P. K.
  • Lamb, Peter.
Holdings:
  • STACKS (Available)
  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)
  • STACKS (Available)

Publication date: c2012.
Authors:
  • Boothe, Dawn Merton.
  • Boothe, Dawn Merton.Small animal clinical pharmacology and therapeutics.
Holdings:
  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)
  • STACKS (Available)
  • STACKS (Available)

Publication date: c2012.
Authors:
  • Clark, Michelle Alexia.
Holdings:
  • STACKS (Available)
  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)
  • STACKS (Available)