Unit 1. Basic concepts in pharmacology. 1, Introduction to pharmacology: drug regulation and approval. 2, Drug classes, schedules, and categories. 3, Principles of drug administration. 4, What happens after a drug has been administered. 5, The nursing process in pharmacology. 6, Preventing medication errors. 7, The role of complementary and alternative therapies in pharmacology. 8, Substance abuse -- Unit 2. The nervous system. 9, Drugs affecting functions of the autonomic nervous system. 10, Drugs for anxiety and insomnia. 11, Drugs for emotional, mood, and behavioral disorders. 12, Drugs for psychoses. 13, Drugs for degenerative diseases and muscles. 14, Drugs for seizures. 15, Drugs for pain management. 16, Drugs for anesthesia -- Unit 3. The cardiovascular and urinary systems. 17, Drugs for lipid disorders. 18, Drugs for electrolyte and acid-base imbalances. 19, Drugs for hypertension. 20, Drugs for heart failure. 21, Drugs for angina pectoris, myocardial infarction, and stroke. 22, Drugs for shock and anaphylaxis. 23, Drugs for dysrhythmias. 24, Drugs for coagulation and hematologic disorders -- Unit 4. The immune system. 25, Drugs for inflammation and fever. 26, Drugs for immune system modulation. 27, Drugs for bacterial infections. 28, Drugs for fungal, viral, and parasitic diseases. 29, Drugs for neoplasia -- Unit 5. The respiratory and digestive systems. 30, Drugs for respiratory disorders. 31, Drugs for gastrointestinal disorders. 32, Drugs for nutritional disorders and obesity -- Unit 6. The endocrine and reproductive systems. 33, Drugs for endocrine disorders. 34, Drugs for diabetes mellitus. 35, Drugs for disorders and conditions of the reproductive system -- Unit 7. The skeletal system, integumentary system, and eyes and ears. 36, Drugs for bone and joint disorders. 37, Drugs for skin disorders. 38, Drugs for eye and ear disorders.