Types of drug action, Biology

TYPES OF DRUG ACTION -

1.       PHARMACODYNAMIC DRUGS -

These drugs modify the physiological and biochemical processes in the patient's body to eliminate the disease.

2.       CHEMOTHERAPEUTIC DRUGS -

These drugs kill or inhibit parasites infecting the persons.

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