Pharmacology is the branch of biomedical sciences which deals with the study of exogenously administered molecules which have potential to produce a biological response. It encompasses drug interactions, molecular and cellular mechanisms, signal transduction, different ways in which drug properties react, and changes in physiological outcomes after drug administration.
The two main divisions of pharmacology are pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. The first division deals with the study of chemical, physical and biological changes in the drug along with their movement throughout the body i.e. what the body does to the drug. The latter division deals with the study of biochemical and physiological effects of drugs at macromolecular level i.e. what the drug does to the body. It also explains the reason why there is variability in drug response and side effects in each individual. S3D medimagic has simplified learning pharmacology by providing vivid visual illustrations of the impact of various pharmaceutical molecules on the body at a micro and macro-cellular level. Our lessons will also guide the students to apply this knowledge in the real-life clinical scenarios.