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In this lecture ´´Drugs Used to Treat Anemia´´ are explained. Section one is about ´´Iron´´. Educator starts this section by explaining iron. Then moves to the elaboration of pharmacokinetics. Likewise, tells about its absorption. Afterwards, iron distribution in normal adults is discussed. Moreover, elimination is elucidated. Clinical use of iron is also covered in this part. Later on, oral iron therapy is explained. Lastly, side effects are reported.
Parenteral Iron Therapy
Section two is about ''Parenteral Iron Therapy''. Initially, parenteral iron therapy is discussed. After that information about dosage and administration considerations is given. Then iron dextran is explained. Alongside, adverse effects are reported. Discussion continues on ferumoxytol. This is followed by Iron Toxicity. Next, deferoxamine is focused.
Section three is about ''Vitamin B12''. In the beginning, educator elucidates Vitamin B12. After that its chemistry is discussed. Then pharmacokinetics is pursued. Moreover, absorption of vitamin B12 is elaborated. In the end, mechanism of action is exhibited.
Vitamin B12: Pharmacodynamics
Section four is about ''Vitamin B12: Pharmacodynamics''. Earlier in this section, pharmacodynamics is discussed. This is followed by elucidation of contraindications. Subsequently, clinical uses are highlighted. Concluding comments are given on toxicity.
Section five is about ''Folic Acid''. Prime emphasis is on folic acid. Then chemistry is elaborated. Moving onward, pharmacokinetics is discussed. Likewise, pharmacodynamics is explained. Later on, light is shed on clinical pharmacology. Lastly, educator reveals information about toxicity.