Pathology of tracts and systems and major syndromes of the metabolism, nutrition and endocrine, locomotor system, sense organs, and nervous system.
Knowledge of the main concepts of the Clinical Pathology is basic to the pharmacist of the 21st century since is required the integration of both hospital level and at the level of health care centres, the team work with doctors, nurses, etc.
Competencies and the contents of clinical pathology in the pathology 2nd year course is fundamental to improving and the proper functioning of the health system and quality for the patients. It is basic knowledge of the pharmacist in all phases of the clinical process. The pharmacist with the knowledge of General Pathology can help identify early clinical problem, much better focus in collaboration with clinicians and nurses the care process, may help in the diagnostic process, improve the quality the therapeutic process and above all, engage and assist in the monitoring of patients.
Learning from clinical pathology II will respond to the specific contents of the degree of Pharmacy, according to the National Agency of Evaluation of quality and accreditation, with emphasis, especially in the specific contents of the Pharmacy degree in regards to health and disease. Within it assess the functioning of the healthy body and general mechanisms of disease, molecular, structural and functional alterations and expression syndromic and therapeutic tool to restore health. It is also involved in the importance on the promotion of health and prevention of disease. Analytical and diagnostic techniques related to drugs and diagnostic laboratories, within the physiopathogeny are premium and is complemented with the use of sources of information and scientific documentation and statistical analysis applied to the pharmaceutical science within the context of clinical pathology. Much emphasis in the importance within the clinical pathology of communication between patient and globally within system pharmacist health and pharmaceutical. Clinical Pathology II aims to help future pharmacists find and understand attitudes, knowledge and skills of the physiopathogeny and pathogenesis of disease.