Drug Toxicity and Drug Safety

Drug toxicity can be defined as the level of damage that a drug can cause to an organism. The toxic effects of a drug are dose-dependent and can affect an entire system as in the CNS or a specific organ such as liver. Drug toxicity usually occurs at doses that exceed the therapeutic efficacy of a drug. However, toxic and therapeutic effects can occur simultaneously. Drug absorption is set by the drug’s chemistry properties, formulation, and route of administration. In spite of the route of administration, medicine should be in answer to be absorbed. Thus, solid dosage forms should be able to disintegrate and disaggregate. And Route of Administration in medicine and pharmacological medicine is that the path by that a drug, fluid, poison, or alternative substance is taken into the body. Routes of administration square measure typically classified by the placement at that the substance is applied. Common examples embody oral and endogenous administration.

  • Basic principles
  • Testing methods
  • Dose response complexities

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