The study of pharmacological characteristics and all elements of their interaction with living beings is referred to as veterinary pharmacology. Any chemical agent (other than food) used in the treatment, cure, prevention, or diagnosis of disease, or in the management of physiological processes, is referred to as a drug. The knowledge and methods of many related clinical and non-clinical disciplines, including biology, chemistry, biochemistry, toxicology, physiology, pathology, and medicine, are used in pharmacology. The experimental science of veterinary pharmacology is concerned with the characteristics of medications and their impact on living organisms. It has included research into drug sources (pharmacognosy), the magnitude and time course of the observed pharmacological effect on the body pharmacodynamics (PD), the relationship between administered doses, the observed biological fluid/tissue concentrations of the drug, and time in the body pharmacokinetics (PK), and the use of drugs in the treatment of diseases.
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