Over the past decade, there has been a significant expansion of Pharmacy education in India in terms of the number of institutions offering Pharmacy program. There are thousands of Pharmacy graduates available in the country today. However, their exposure to research seems inadequate. Though the Pharmacy curriculum in India is primarily industry and product focused but lack of practical and research orientation makes it difficult for the students to keep pace with the changing trends of the industry. Therefore, the primary goal of this book is to instill research orientation among pharmacy graduates and provide a road map for better job opportunities. The book comprised of eight well planned topics on research orientation, experimental animal handling, quality assurance, natural product chemistry, pharmaceutical management, computer skills, pharmaceutical biotechnology, and clinical research and job prospects after pharmacy education. The book provided in-depth practical information about these selected topics. Various interactive sections by the experts addressed the issues covering two aspects; concepts and hands on training.
Jagadeesh Nadigoti has completed his B.Pharm (University College of Pharmaceutical Sciences) and M.Pharm (Vagdevi College of Pharmacy) from Kakatiya University. He has good academic background with excellent practical skills. Presently he is working with Dr.Reddys, Hyderabad in FR&D division. He has several research publications and reviews in national and international journals. Sathish Dharani has completed his B.Pharm (University College of Pharmaceutical Sciences) and M.Pharm (Vagdevi College of Pharmacy) from Kakatiya University. He has several research publications and reviews in national and international journals. Presently he is doing Ph.D. under the guidance of Prof. Y. Madhusudan Rao, HOD,Pharmaceutics, University College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kakatiya University, Warangal, Andhra Pradesh, INDIA.
A comprehensive introduction to inorganic chemistry and, specifically, the science of metal-based drugs, Essentials of Inorganic Chemistry describes the basics of inorganic chemistry, including organometallic chemistry and radiochemistry, from a pharmaceutical perspective. Written for students of pharmacy and pharmacology, pharmaceutical sciences, medicinal chemistry and other health-care related subjects, this accessible text introduces chemical principles with relevant pharmaceutical examples rather than as stand-alone concepts, allowing students to see the relevance of this subject for their future professions. It includes exercises and case studies.
Information technology has become part of all kinds of sciences. Research scientists along with the academicians are seriously thinking about the need of information technology in pharmaceutical sciences including clinical pharmacy and pharmaceutical care. Information technology has been applied indirectly in the medication discovery process and patient care for a long period of time. Pharmacy Informatics involves the study, design, and implementation of information and information systems in Pharmacy. The development of computerized prescriptions and laboratory databases has greatly enhanced the ability of institutions and organizations to screen for known adverse drug reactions (ADR). Pharmacists, nurses, physicians and any other medical professionals benefit from the understanding of the impact of computer technology in the prevention and detection of adverse drug reactions.
This book has been designed by authors mainly based on the synthesis of hydrazone derivatives and including the recent development in the field of chemistry. We have conferred about the mechanism and pathogenesis of the disease. New to the book Tuberculosis. Drug Design. QSAR. Biological Evaluation. This book useful for those who are student of chemistry, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Cheminformatics and Life Sciences.
The book has been designed by authors based on the prodrug synthesis including the latest development in the field of prodrug methodology. We have mentioned the recent changes and developments without compromising the basic principle. New to the book Detail about prodrug methodology Brief account of HMG CoA reductase New educational features • Novel prodrug method for Simvastatin • Data tables • Guideline for further reading This book have benefitted for all those who are students of chemistry, biochemistry, Pharmaceutical sciences, Medical sciences, biotechnology and related disciplines.
At the Horizons of Modernity, by Canadian scholar Jarett Myskiw, argues that a theory of religion can be constructed upon a close reading of Jurgen Habermas' masterwork The Theory of Communicative Action (1984, 1987). While influential in many diverse fields of scholarly research, Habermas' thought has been relatively neglected in the academic study of religion, especially around the time of the above publication. At the Horizons of Modernity addresses this gap in research by considering Habermas' main arguments in terms of rationality, society, and communication, tying these to his engagements with the work of Max Weber and Emile Durkheim, then formulating a Habermasian theory of religion, before finally offering both a critique and suggestions for future research. A provocative and insightful critical treatment of Habermas' mature thought, At the Horizons of Modernity is certain to provoke sustained academic discussion and debate.
Managing international regulatory affairs is amongst the most critical aspects of developing and marketing pharmaceutical product(s) for the global life sciences industry. Any mistake, no matter how minor, can delay product(s) approvals, manufacturing, launches, or cause widespread public relations disasters. The real challenges are the inability to meet stringent regulatory, clinical and safety requirements of national authorities. Failure rates are very high in drug(s) discovery and development. The cost of failure gets added to the cost of successful medicinal product(s), which get to the market. Therefore, an update with changing regulatory requirements is essential for successful marketing of pharmaceuticals in multi-markets. The research problem in hand is to study ‘Impact of Regulatory Environment on Pharmaceutical Marketing’; leading to why marketing activities in a pharmaceutical are different than other industries. The detailed study of Impact of Regulatory Environment on Pharmaceutical Industry included in this book.
This book strives to build concepts by discussing the physicians, pharmaceutical retailers and wholesalers responses to marketing activities of drug companies. The pharmaceutical sector is a cornerstone of the Indian Economy. The Indian pharmaceutical industry is playing a key role in promoting and sustaining development in the vital field of medicines. The book provides an in-depth understanding of the physicians, pharmaceutical retailers and wholesalers behaviour- the heart of pharmaceutical marketing. It covers important material that is often missing in physicians and pharmacists behavior texts. The management students, pharmaceutical marketers, researchers and professionals working in the area of pharmaceutical marketing would find this book as useful reference.
This book has been primarily design for the undergraduate, postgraduate and researchers in pharmaceutical chemistry. In a broader perspective, the students studying pharmaceutical sciences at undergraduate, postgraduate or researchers shall be grossly benefited by it’s well planned, systematically developed, structured, illustrated, expanded and elaborated subject matter. It contains all the basic concepts and principles that a researcher should know about the different aspects of the synthesis including the biological activity of the pharmaceutical compounds. This book also provides spectral analysis of newly synthesize compounds. The book is well illustrated. Hopefully it will serve as a key to the undergraduate, postgraduate and researchers in pharmaceutical chemistry.The authors earnestly believe that the wide coverage various synthetic schemes would certainly render pharmaceutical chemistry to serve as an exclusive source of information’s, ideas, inspiration towards research and finding newer possible practical solutions to problems encountered in the synthesis of pharmaceutical compounds.
The book “Fundamentals of Pharmaceutical microbiology” cover all the aspects of Microbiology which impact directly upon the development, production and use of pharmaceutical compounds. The book is a useful guide for the pharmaceutical sector and represents an unparalleled and unprecedented text in the field of pharmaceutical microbiology.This book provides the basics as well as new ideas in Pharmaceutical Microbiology in a narrative and lucid style. While writing this book care has been taken to cover all the syllabus and aspect of the pharmaceutical microbiology taught in the various universities. The book is simple,comprehensive and illustrates the various topics of the microbiology with the help of the diagrammatic approach. It will served the need of the faculty, undergraduate and post graduate students of microbiology and other allied professionals.
Pharmaceutical sector of Nepal, no doubt is one of the booming sector. As pharmaceutical sector of Nepal is growing day by day and it is contributing positively towards the economic development of Nepal every year. The objectives of this study is to acknowledge us about past records and current status of Pharmaceutical industries of Nepal and even the prediction of future prospects of this sector.
The research has been done in the Department of Pharmacy, University of Asia Pacific, Dhaka, Bangladesh as continuing its research activities science its inception in different fields likely Pharmaceutical Technology, Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Phytochemistry etc. Every year a number of research articles are being published in different reputed journals both national and internationally. The main author Mohammad Shahriar has published a number of research articles in national and international journals in the field of Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Phytochemistry and Pharmaceutical Technology.The second author Prof. Dr. Mohiuddin Ahmed Bhuiyan, has also published research articles in the field of Pharmaceutical Technology, Biotechnology, Phytochemistry and Pharmaceutical Microbiology in different reputed journals around the world. Farzana Anwar Sharmin was a research student in the Master program of the department under the supervision of Mohammad Shahriar and Dr. Bhuiyan.
There has been remarkable growth in pharmacy practice over the past two decades. Pharmacists now assume greater responsibilities to their patients drug therapy needs. The philosophy of pharmaceutical care has been accepted worldwide as the primary mission of pharmacy. In this era of pharmaceutical care, most pharmacists globally claim to have good understanding of the concepts of pharmaceutical care but in its description, there has been lots of consistencies. In the entire West Africa sub region, it has been shown that not much of pharmaceutical care appears to be known. For community pharmacists to universally deliver pharmaceutical care,there should be a tool for measuring pharmacists activities which will provide meaning to the term. Lack of standards for measuring pharmacists activities in performing pharmaceutical care has been identified as a primary obstruction to the widespread implementation of pharmaceutical care. Pharmaceutical care posses great challenges before the pharmacy profession in Nigeria and these challenges need to be addressed in order to move pharmaceutical care from a theoretical statement to an operational level.
Ralph Bauer presents a comparative investigation of colonial prose narratives in Spanish and British America from 1542 to 1800. He discusses narratives of shipwreck, captivity, and travel, as well as imperial and natural histories of the New World in the context of transformative early modern scientific ideologies. Bauer positions the narrative models promoted by the 'New Sciences' during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries within the context of the geopolitical question of how knowledge can be centrally controlled in outwardly expanding empires.