[fahr-muh-sist] /ˈfɑr mə sɪst/
a person licensed to prepare and dispense drugs and medicines; druggist; apothecary; pharmaceutical chemist.
a person qualified to prepare and dispense drugs
1811; see pharmacy + -ist. Replaced obsolete pharmacian (1720). The Latin word was pharmacopola, the Greek pharmakopoles.
pharmacist phar·ma·cist (fär’mə-sĭst)
One who prepares and dispenses drugs; a druggist.
1. a combining form meaning “drug,” used in the formation of compound words: pharmacology. combining form 1. indicating drugs: pharmacology, pharmacopoeia pharmaco- pref. Drug; medicine: pharmacology.
pharmacodiagnosis phar·ma·co·di·ag·no·sis (fär’mə-kō-dī’əg-nō’sĭs) n. The use of drugs in the diagnosis of disease.
[fahr-muh-koh-dahy-nam-iks] /ˌfɑr mə koʊ daɪˈnæm ɪks/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. the branch of pharmacology dealing with the course of action, effect, and breakdown of drugs within the body. /ˌfɑːməkəʊdaɪˈnæmɪks/ noun 1. (functioning as sing) the branch of pharmacology concerned with the action of drugs on the physiology or pathology of the body […]
[fahr-muh-koh-juh-net-iks] /ˌfɑr mə koʊ dʒəˈnɛt ɪks/ noun, (used with a singular verb) Pharmacology. 1. the branch of pharmacology that examines the relation of genetic factors to variations in response to drugs. pharmacogenetics phar·ma·co·ge·net·ics (fär’mə-kō-jə-nět’ĭks) n. The study of genetic factors that influence an organism’s reaction to a drug. pharmacogenetics (fär’mə-kō-jə-nět’ĭks) The study of the genetic […]