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Using the example of a drug or family of drugs commonly used within your area of practice (P-
drug) discuss the factors which influence the selection of an appropriate dose/ formulation for a
particular patient. Within your answer you should discuss
The pharmacokinetic (PK) and pharmacodynamic (PD) properties of the medicine and how
these are altered in different disease states.
Any clinically significant and relevant drug interactions within your scope (PK or PD), the
mechanism, the rationale and the actions you would take to manage them.
How the consideration of the Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties of this
drug underpin the management of patient care within your practice
3 key references to support the evidence base for your discussion.
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Describe the pharmacokinetic (PK - ADME) properties for your chosen drug / drug
class
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Describe the pharmacodynamic (PD) properties including explaining the mechanism
of action for your chosen drug / drug class
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Explain how the PK and PD properties change in different patients / diseases states
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Use patient examples to explain how the PK/PD properties underpin management
of patients in your scope.
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Explain 3 or more clinically significant and relevant interactions (PK or PD) include
the mechanism of the interaction and the actions to manage the interaction
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Using patient examples explain how the changes in different patient groups or co-
morbidities affect your choice of dose, frequency and/or formulation relating these
back to the underlying PK /PD properties.
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Using the example of a drug or family of drugs commonly used within your area of practice (Pdrug) discuss the factors which influence the selection of an appropriate dose/ formulation for a particular patient. Within your answer you should discuss • The pharmacokinetic (PK) and pharmacodynamic (PD) properties of the medicine and how these are altered in different disease states. • Any clinically significant and relevant drug interactions within your scope (PK or PD), the mechanism, the rationale and the actions you would take to manage them. • How the consideration of the Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties of this drug underpin the management of patient care within your practice • 3 key references to support the evidence base for your discussion. Describe the pharmacokinetic (PK - ADME) properties for your chosen drug / drug class ……………………………………… Continued …………………………………………… Describe the pharmacodynamic (PD) properties including explaining the mechanism of action for your chosen drug / drug class ……………………………………… Continued ………………………………………… Explain how the PK and PD properties change in different patients / diseases states …………………………………… Continued ………………………………… Use patient examples to explain how the PK/PD properties underpin management of patients in your scope. ……………………………………… Continued …………………………………… Explain 3 or more clinically significant and relevant interactions (PK or PD) include the mechanism of the interaction and the actions to manage the interaction ………………………………… Continued ……………………… Using patient examples explain how the changes in different patient groups or comorbidities affect your choice of dose, frequency and/or formulation relating these back to the underlying PK /PD properties. …………………………… Continued Name: Description: ...
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