drugs affecting uterine motility; drugs for the treatment of prostatic hypertrophy.
g. immunopharmacology and pharmacology of inflammation
immunomodulators and immunosuppressants; antihistamines; nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs; corticosteroids and other drugs for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis;
antigout drugs; antipyretics.
antipsychotics; antidepressants; anxiolytics; hypnotics; major analgesics;
antiepileptic drugs; antiparkinson drugs; antimigraine drugs; muscle relaxants; general and local anaesthetics; drugs used for the treatment of dementia and of neurodegenerative disorders.
beta-lactam antibiotics; aminoglycosides; quinolones; macrolides; lincosamides; glycopeptides; tetracyclines; chloramphenicol; sulphonamides; riphamycines; drugs for the treatment of tuberculosis and other mycobacterial infections; antimycotics; antivirals;
Organ and system toxicity (liver, kidney, nervous system, respiratory system, reproductive system); alcoholism and alcohol-related disorders; acute intoxications (toxic gases, mushrooms, agricultural products, household chemicals, psychoactive drugs; diagnostic and therapeutic management); toxicological risks during pregnancy; poisoning occurring in special situations (paediatric and old age); drug abuse and addiction; toxic effects of environmental contaminants.
Recommended Textbooks (please use the most recent edition):
Goodman & Gilman’s : The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, McGraw-Hill.
Katzung B.G.: Basic and Clinical Pharmacology, McGraw-Hill.
Fulgraff G.: Farmacologia e Terapia Clinica, Edizioni Mediche Scientifiche Internazionali.
Annunziato L., Di Renzo G.: Trattato di Farmacologia, Ed. Idelson Gnocchi.
The Pharmacology II examination consists of an oral test. In itinere evaluations may be conducted as a written test.