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Why to wait for jobs? Pharmacy students need to be entrepreneurs.

Editorial, Jan 2015 issue

“ Entrepreneurship means not to develop drug molecule in campus in four years. It means to make students able to generate jobs not only for themselves but for others too. They may imagine some products in FMCG category like oral hygienic, maternity and nursing products, herbal formulations, OTC products…


PHARMACY: BOON OR BANE

ABOUT AUTHOR:
Pranita Pradip Dharmadhikari
Department of Phrmacology,
N.D.M.V.P. College of Pharmacy, Nashik
2009pranitadh@gmail.com

“Pharmacy is the health profession that links the health science with the chemical science and it is charged with ensuring safe and effective use of pharmaceutical drugs.” That’s how the Wikipedia defines it. For a student it is a career, an ambition and of a course a learning process.

Pharmacy education in India was initiated by Medical College; Madras in 1860, the purpose was to develop pharmaceutical skills of students of medical degree or diploma course or of that pursuing hospital assistance. From 1860 to 2014 the pharmacy profession shows a tremendous growth in India, it shows that pharmacist is one of the major fraternities of health care system around the world. As a pharmacist, I must say that pharmacy is profession which benefits to the world. But certain area in pharmacy are consistently points the pharmacist as towards negative aspects. Hence it’s a pharmacist’s duty to focus on wrong practices to make a profession as boon for world.[1]


RESOURCES, GUIDANCE, CONTROL AND PREVENTION FOR EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE-AN OVERVIEW

ABOUT AUTHORS:
Jadhav Santosh1*, Mali Audumbar1, Tamboli Ashpak2
Department of Pharmaceutics, Sahyadri College of Pharmacy, Methwade, Sangola-413307, Solapur, Maharashtra, India1.
Department of Pharmaceutical chemistry, Sahyadri College of Pharmacy, Methwade, Sangola-413307, Solapur, Maharashtra, India2.
jadhavsan88@gmail.com*

ABSTRACT
Since the current Ebola Virus Disease (also referred to as Ebola Haemorrhagic Fever) outbreak began in Guinea in December of 2013, the outbreak now involves trans-mission in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone. Ebola haemorrhagic fever (EHF) is a zoonosis affecting both human and non-human primates (NHP). Ebola virus (formerly officially designated Zaire Ebolavirus, or EBOV) was first seen infecting humans in African continent; especially  Sudan, Democratic Republican of Congo, Zaire and nearby countries. Fruit bats of the Pteropodidae family are considered to be the natural host of the Ebola virus. The virus is transmitted to people from wild animals and spreads in the human population through human-to-human transmission. The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that this is the largest Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak ever recorded. EVD outbreaks have a case fatality rate ofup to 90%. The research is on-going on development of making vaccine to curb this virus yet licensed success or specific treatment is not achieved.


WONDERS OF IMMUNE SYSTEM: SPONTANEOUS REGRESSION OF CANCERS

About Author
Vishwas B. Chavan
Consultant, Sunflower laboratory and diagnostic Center and Clinical Diagnostic Center
Mumbai, Maharashtra.
vishwaschavan2003@yahoo.co.in

Cancer incidence is increasing worldwide [1]. It can affect any part of the body, showing symptoms often in late stages. Diagnosis of cancer has a huge impact on patient and his/her family. Cancer treatments are costly and toxic, many times giving rise to secondary cancers. Even after successful treatment, risk of recurrence of cancer is significant sometimes.


Natural Mysteries, yet to be tapped in Drug Discovery and Delivery

Editorial, Dec 2014 issue

““ Natural products may be obtained from terrestrial and marine plants, microorganism, vertebrates or invertebrates. Most of the times hint emanates from close observation, serendipity or accidental outcome.


Pharmaceutical Market Research and Analytics

About Author:
Knowledge Perks,
Gurgaon, Gandhinagar, India
knowledgeperks@gmail.com

Almost 10 years back two major trends led to the development of ever growing analytics industry.

  • First was the development of high end computers  and smart analytics software’s (Paid as well as open source software’s
  • Increase in data being generated due to revolutions like social media, blogs, internet, social networks, computerized retail outlets etc.
  • Increasing trust of west into talent available in India which resulted in more complex, work which involves critical decision making too being outsourced to India

Are laws required to treat diabetes mellitus (diabetics) and obesity (obese people)?

Editorial, Nov 2014 issue

“At present perhaps Japan is the only country where majority of the people are willingly assisting government by following Metabo law guidelines to shed those extra pounds or to be away from gaining those extra calories.


DR.SUBHAS MUKHERJEE AND INDIA’S FIRST TEST TUBE BABY

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ABOUT AUTHOR:
Avlikant J. Dhawale*
RedCross Formulation, Ajanta Pharma, Aurangabad, Maharashtra
Department of Biochemistry, Gramin Science College (Swami Ramanand Tirth Marathwada University), Nanded, Maharashtra, India
*dhawale111@gmail.com

ABSTRACT:
Infertility is the inability of an animal or plant to reproduce by natural means. Many people in the world are facing the problem of infertility altimatlely the problem of saving their generations. Today, modern science chalanged and solved the problem of infertility by developing the technique of Test Tube Baby by using principle of in-vitro fertilization.

Dr. Subhas Mukherjee, first Asian who invented most easy and successful method of producing Test Tube Baby. In Culcutta, West Bengal, on 3rd October 1978, the team announced the birth of World's Second Test Tube baby named as 'Durga' (Kanupriya Agarwal). The announcement came 67 days after the birth of World's First Test Tube Baby named as 'Louise Brown in England by Physiologist Robert G. Edwards who awarded the Nobel Prize for such work in 2010. During his lifetime, Government of West Bengal didn't recognized his work. By the day to day insult from government Dr. Subhas Mukherjee committed to suicide.


Time to create a bridge between Pharmaceutical education and present Industrial demand

Editorial, Oct 2014 issue

Do you know why IIT students get more priorities in industry because their focus is to discover industry demand and coming out with a probable solution back by an extensive research work. Are pharmacy students learning challenges faced by pharmaceutical industry ?


PRODUCT QUALITY COMPLAINT MANAGEMENT IN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY – AN OVERVIEW

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ABOUT AUTHOR:
Himani Devliyal
Department of Pharmacology,
Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research
Delhi University, New Delhi
himanidevliyal@gmail.com

ABSTRACT
This article covers fundamental basics of product quality complaint. We would learn what product quality is all about, how the product quality complaints are made, processed, investigated and changes implemented. Also we would go through the basics of case processing, how the complaints are classified, categorized based on the priority and then investigated. We would also go through the formal process of responding to the customer and increasing their faith in the company.
A PQP (product quality problem) can be defined as an issue arising due to change in color, odor, appearance, quality, safety and effectiveness of a product. A PQP is a grave concern and is directly related to the efficacy and safety of a drug.


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