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Courses and Descriptions

PARA-1020Pharmacology Lab

This course provides students with the opportunity to apply the theoretical material from the Pharmacology Theory course. Through practical application, students will learn to prepare and administer medications via intramuscular, sub-coetaneous, intra-nasal, sub-lingual, trans-dermal, oral, inhaled, and inter-venous routes. Students will have the opportunity to perform these procedures on mechanical devices as well as human subjects (other students) in a controlled and supervised environment. Through the use of scenario based opportunities, students will have the opportunity to apply the practical skills in simulated patient assessment and treatment.

Prerequisites

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