pharmacodynamics

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phar·ma·co·dy·nam·ics

 (fär′mə-kō′dī-năm′ĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
The study of the action or effects of drugs on living organisms.

phar′ma·co′dy·nam′ic adj.
phar′ma·co′dy·nam′i·cal·ly adv.

pharmacodynamics

(ˌfɑːməkəʊdaɪˈnæmɪks)
n
(Pharmacology) (functioning as singular) the branch of pharmacology concerned with the action of drugs on the physiology or pathology of the body
ˌpharmacodyˈnamic adj

pharmacodynamics

the division of pharmacology concerned with the action and breakdown of drugs in the body. — pharmacodynamic, pharmacodynamical, adj.
See also: Drugs
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extraction solvent(s), extraction temperature, methods of purification, steps taken to enrich pharmacodynamically active compounds or to remove potentially harmful constituents.
Preliminary data of this trial in patients with advanced solid tumors indicate that TAK-733 is generally well tolerated and pharmacodynamically active with signs of anti-tumor activity in patients with advanced non-hematologic malignancies, said researchers.
Because hawthorn is readily available without prescription and is indicated for treating congestive heart failure, a person receiving digoxin for heart failure may also be taking hawthorn, which may interact pharmacodynamically with digoxin.
NMP enhanced the permeation of anti-inflammatory drugs like ketoprofen through mouse skin (17) and produced satisfactory analgesic and antiphlogistic effects pharmacodynamically, suggesting effective blood levels of ibuprofen had been reached (18).