Clinical Pharmacy for Stomatology 16 teaching hours
This is a compulsory course for undergraduate students majored in stomatology. The goal of this course is to teach the students the rational use of clinical medicine. The primary contents include introduction of national policy for drugs, basic knowledge of pharmacology of the drugs commonly used in the oral and dental fields, especially the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of the essential drugs, principles in detection, management and reporting of drug adverse reactions and conduction of a randomized controlled trial to assess effects of new drugs. Advances of drug applications will be introduced focusing on anti-infective drugs, antineoplastic treatment of caries, root canal filling, periodontal diseases and oral mucosa diseases, etc.