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Friday, October 3, 2014

International Journal of Current Research in Pharmacy (

        IJCRP is a Bimonthly published online Journal, which publishes innovative research papers, reviews, mini-reviews, short communications and notes dealing with Pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmaceutics, Novel drug delivery system, Nanotechnology, Pharmacology, Analytical chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmacy practice, Polymer sciences, Pharmacogenomics, Biomaterial sciences, Natural chemistry, Medicinal chemistry, Pharmacoinformatics, Biopharmaceutics, Biotechnology,Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Cell biology, Molecular biology, Microbiology, Neurobiology, Cytology, Pathology, Immunobiology, Allied Sciences, cognosy. analysis, bioscience). 

  • Frequency: 06 issues per year
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Sunday, September 28, 2014



Monday, September 22, 2014

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The List is composed of four parts: (1) approved prescription drug products with therapeutic equivalence evaluations; (2) approved over-the-counter (OTC) drug products for those drugs that may not be marketed without NDAs or ANDAs because they are not covered under existing OTC monographs; (3) drug products with approval under Section 505 of the Act administered by the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research; and (4) a cumulative list of approved products that have never been marketed, are for exportation, are for military use, have been discontinued from marketing, or have had their approvals withdrawn for other than safety or efficacy reasons subsequent to being discontinued from marketing.1 This publication also includes indices of prescription and OTC drug products by trade or established name (if no trade name exists) and by applicant name (holder of the approved application). All established names for active ingredients generally conform to official compendial names or United States Adopted Names (USAN) as prescribed in (21 CFR 299.4(e)). The latter list includes applicants’ names as abbreviated in this publication; in addition, a list of uniform terms is provided. An Addendum contains drug patent and exclusivity information for the Prescription and OTC Drug Product Lists, and for the Drug Products with Approval under Section 505 of the Act Administered by the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research. The publication may include additional information that the Agency deems appropriate to disseminate. 

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Free Download Drug Discovery And Evaluation: Pharmacological Assays by H.G. Vogel

Buy Drug Discovery And Evaluation: Pharmacological Assays- 2 Vol Set (English) 3rd EditionThe rapid progress in biology will continue to change the methodological approach to drug discovery in the coming years. Electronic media will continuously help researchers to access and share information. It is, however, becoming more and more evident that many young pharmacologists have only limited training in classical pharmacological methodologies. These long-standing and still highly relevant methods are simply not available in the electronic databases. Drug Discovery and Evaluation:Pharmacological Assays bridges this gap by comprehensively covering the pharmacological methods that have been utilized successfully for more than a hundred years as well as the latest technologies.

Friday, September 12, 2014


At the 2009 Council meeting a the FIP Congress in Istanbul, Turkey, the Turkish Pharmacists Association suggested to annually celebrate a World Pharmacists Day, to be organised on September 25 (the day that FIP was founded in 1912).
This proposal was unanimously accepted by the Council and since 2010, World Pharmacists Day has been coordinated by FIP and celebrated through the involvement of its Member Organisations, either with structured, widespread campaigns or small scale projects. Each year welcomes a new theme to developed to showcase the pharmacist in their positive affect on health.
The theme for 2011 is:
I am your most accessible healthcare provider
I am a driving force behind discovering new medicines
I am the key that unlocks all you need to know about your medicines
I am with you in sickness and in health
I am a Pharmacist
To create a sense of continuum for the project that will carry over to WPD 2012, and in turn support the FIP Centennial Congress (within weeks after WPD 2012), it is proposed that for WPD 2012 FIP and its Members look OUTWARD, and gather quotes, media clips (articles, videos, etc) of those outside the profession (other health professionals, patients, business partners, industry, etc) explaining their relationship with and the value of pharmacists. In essence:
I value my pharmacist
In this way, FIP and its Members gather a vast pool of support just as we lead into the Centennial Congress, also opening opportunities for media attention.
It is the goal that all FIP Member Organisations participate in World Pharmacists Day 2011 and raise the awareness of pharmacists' activities in their country, via national campaigns, and world-wide via the I am a Pharmacist campaign (click here for specific information on how to create your OWN I Am a Pharmacist video!).


Saturday, August 16, 2014

Pharmagupshup Wish you Happy Janmashtami!!

May Lord Krishna's flute fill the melody of love and life in your world at all times! 
Pharmagupshup Team wish you Happy Krishna Janmashtami!

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

ICH Guidelines Complete Free Download only on

In November 2005, the ICH Steering Committee adopted a new codification system for ICH Guidelines. The purpose of this new codification is to ensure that the numbering / coding of ICH Guidelines is more logical, consistent and clear. Because the new system applies to existing as well as new ICH Guidelines a history box has been added to the beginning of all Guidelines to explain how the Guideline was developed and what is the latest version.
With the new codification revisions to an ICH Guideline are shown as (R1), (R2), (R3) depending on the number of revisions. Annexes or Addenda to Guidelines have now been incorporated into the core Guidelines and are indicated as revisions to the core Guideline (e.g., R1).

For implementation reasons, the Regulatory Authorities working within the ICH Regions (European Commission, Food and Drug Administration and Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare) may not change the codification retrospectively

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Admissions open for B.Pharm, M.Pharm, in Smt.S.M.Shah pharmacy college,Ahmedabad


Smt. S. M. Shah Pharmacy College (SSMSPC) was established in 2010 under the auspices of 125 years old, maninagar situated "BAI JIVKOR LALLUBHAI TRUST" 
The institute is situated in a green and plenty environment at amsaran, 10 km away from Sardar Patel Ring Road Ahmedabad on the way of Ahmadabad-Khatraj Highway.The Campus has sprawling lawns, Building with Excellent Infrastructure, Spacious and Advanced Lecture halls, well equipped and facilitate laboratories,paperless E-library Modern Computer center with Internet Facilities, Huge playground and transportation facilities for the students and Faculty members.

Silent Features:-
1.Multimedia Classroom
2.Sophisticated Instruments Laboratory
3.Medicinal Garden
4.Bus Facility
5.Wifi Campus
7.Affordable Fee (Lowest Fee In Gujarat)
8.Loan and installment system for Fee payment

Course Offered: 
1. B.Pharm (60 Seats)
  •    Pharmaceutics (18 Seats)
  •    Quality Assurance (18 Seats)
Email id:

For Inquiry,
Contact Us:
Smt.S.M.Shah Pharmacy College,
Ahmedabad-Mehmdavad Highway, On The way of Bhumapura Hanuman Temple, Village: Aamsaran,Gujarat-387130,
College Time:10.00.A.M to 4.30 P.M
Mobile No: +91 9909911603

Friday, July 4, 2014

Commissionerate of Higher Education, Gujarat- Vyakhyata Sahayak Recruitment

Commissionerate of Higher Education (CHEGUJ) has advertised a notification for the recruitment of Vyakhyata Sahayak post, eligible and interested candidates have great opportunity to apply and put their foot towards better career.

Number of Vacancies: 580 posts

Salary: Rs.16500/- per month

Age Limit: 
30 years for Arts, Commerce and Science faculties,
35 years for Law faculty,
32 years for Education faculty

Application Fees:
Rs.100/- for SC/ST candidates
Rs.200/- for all others

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Candidates selected on the basis of Short listed candidates Personal Interview

Dates to Remember:
  • Last date for submission application: 09/07/2014
  • Last Date for after payment Conform Application: 10/07/2014
  • Shortlisted Candidates Name & Call letter: 11/07/2014
  • Document Verification Date: 15/07/2014 to 18/07/2014
  • Appointment to the order to download Date: 19/07/2014

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Sunday, June 29, 2014

Junior Pharmacist Vacancy

1. Advt No: ESIS/201415/1
     Junior Pharmacist
Last Date: 05/07/2014 23:59:00
Fee: 350 Rs
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Monday, June 2, 2014





Serious Lung Infection

Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs usually caused by a bacterium or virus. These germs can be breathed into the lungs when spread through the air. They can also spread to the lungs in a person with an upper respiratory tract infection. The wet cough of pneumonia results from inflammation of the lung tissue, which produces mucus.
Pneumonia can be mild or serious, depending on the cause and a person’s ability to fight the infection. Most people with pneumonia can be treated at home with rest, oral fluids, and prescribed drugs. More serious cases of pneumonia are best treated in a hospital, where the patient can receive IV medications and fluids.

Vaccines Are Available to Prevent Bacterial Pneumonia

Pneumonia is very common in the United States, affecting several million people annually. About 1 million people are hospitalized and 50,000 die each year. Those most likely to develop pneumonia are under age 5 years or over age 65 years. Smokers and people with lung disease, heart disease, diabetes, or poor immunity also have a higher risk of pneumonia.
People can catch pneumonia in their community or in a healthcare facility such as a hospital or nursing home. Pneumonias can also be classified by the cause of the infection—either bacterial (most commonly Streptococcus pneumoniae) or viral (usually influenza or the respiratory syncytial virus).

Symptoms and Diagnosis

The symptoms of pneumonia include a cough, often with thick mucus, chest pain, fever, chills, exhaustion, and shortness of breath. Not every patient will have all of these symptoms. Elderly people may be confused and disoriented. Babies may be irritable and vomit. Anyone with symptoms of pneumonia after an upper respiratory infection (a cold, sinus infection, or the flu) should see a doctor, who can listen to the lungs with a stethoscope, take a chest x-ray, and order a blood test to look for infection. Other tests, such as a CT scan of the chest or a sputum culture, may be needed to confirm the type of pneumonia in more serious cases.

Treatment Options

The treatment for pneumonia depends on the cause and the condition of the patient. Most people who develop pneumonia can be treated at home, but those with severe symptoms or who are at high risk should be treated in a hospital for several days until their condition is stable. In the hospital, a patient can receive medicines and fluids through an IV, and oxygen therapy is available as well.
If pneumonia is caused by a virus, antibiotics will not help. A doctor can prescribe an antiviral medicine, if appropriate, to speed up recovery. Rest and plenty of fluids are important as well. It may take 2 or 3 weeks for a person with viral pneumonia to feel better, and a month or longer to recover completely.
If pneumonia is caused by bacteria, an antibiotic will be prescribed along with rest and plenty of fluids. Although symptoms should improve within a few days, it is important to finish the entire course of antibiotic to prevent the infection from returning. Full recovery from bacterial pneumonia can take several weeks to a month or more.

Prevention With Vaccines

Prevention begins with measures to stop the spread of germs that cause pneumonia. This includes frequent hand washing and covering coughs and sneezes.
There are two pneumococcal pneumonia vaccines (Prevnar, Pneumovax) available to prevent pneumonia from S pneumoniae bacteria. Prevnar is recommended for all children younger than 5 years and for adults with certain risk factors. Pneumovax is approved for people over age 50 years and children 2 years or older at increased risk for pneumococcal disease. The Haemophilus influenzae type B (Hib) vaccine is given to children under age 5 years to prevent meningitis and pneumonia. There is no vaccine to prevent viral pneumonia, but the annual flu vaccine can help by preventing the spread of influenza.

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Cut off merit list of Engineering and pharmacy of Gujarat 2013

This is our new section for students  of 12th.we are uploaded cut off merit list of Engineering and pharmacy of Gujarat.please click below link to download.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Medical Merit List 2013 -Gujarat (For After 12th Students)

This is our new section for students  of 12th.we are uploaded merit list of medical of Gujarat.please click below link to download.

Sunday, May 25, 2014

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Saturday, May 24, 2014

Isotonic solution of sodium chloride.

Isotonic solution : 
0.9% Nacl chloride solution (Normal saline) has the same osmotic pressure as blood plasma. So, it is called isotonic solution.

To prepare of 500 ml isotonic solution :
0.9% Nacl chloride is 100ml.
100ml of isotonic contain 0.9 gm nacl
1ml of isotonic contain (0.9/100) gm Nacl
500 ml of isotonic contain (0.9 * 500/100) gm Nacl = 4.5 gm Nacl

Requirement of apparatus:
1. Chemical balance and weight box.
2. Beaker / volumetric flask 500ml
3. Stirrer
4. Reagent bottle 500ml
5. Funnel
6. White paper and gum.

Isotonic solution of sodium chloride
At first 9gm of corium chloride (Nacl) are weighted with balance. 600ml of distilled water is taken in a beaker/volumetric flask and added 9gm Nacl. Mixed it properly then distilled water is added up to 1000 ml. Then again mixed it with the help of stirrer. Transferred it to the reagent bottle and labeled.

Monday, May 19, 2014

BSc Community Health course draws opposition from pharmacists: IPA

After coming under attack from the doctors’ lobby, the newly approved course of BSc (community health) that aims to bridge the gap for health professionals in rural areas, is now being contested by pharmacists too.
The Indian Pharmacists Association (IPA) has written to the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) to intervene in the matter of approval of the course. It feels that with an upgradation course, pharmacists can take over the task of offering over the counter (OTC) drugs in rural area. In its letter to the PCI, the association said, “Launch of BSc (Community Health) is equally against the pharmacists, doctors and nurses. At the same time, with no experience, these BSc (community health) pass outs woll serve only as quacks.”
Earlier this month, the Union Cabinet has given a go ahead to theHealth Ministry to start a new three and a half year BSc community health programme that would create a new cadre of health professionals to improve the rural healthcare infrastructure in the country. The proposal was pending since a few years, as the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health had opposed the introduction of an undergraduate course on community health. Hence the health ministry had sought the cabinet nod to start the course.
Students passing out of this course would basically serve as community health officers in rural areas who would assist in preventive medicine, and would also be able to prescribe OTC drugs to patients for common ailments.
While the government feels that this would help create a much-needed pool of healthcare providers in rural areas, the IPA feels that in rural areas pharmacists have been dispensing as well as prescribing medicines to patients. States like Punjab, UP, Uttarakhand have allowed pharmacists to prescrive medicine in absence or non-availability of doctors, it said. Secretary general of the IPA, Bhupendra Kumar felt that pharmacists should not have been ignored and a new course being launched altogether.
In its letter the IPA said, “It is our demand to PCI to take necessary steps in this regard. A pharmacist after an upgradation course of just six months will definitely work far better than the BSc (Community Health) pass out. This will not only save national revenue, but public will also receive quality service from experienced pharmacists who are already working in rural and far flung areas.”

Sunday, May 18, 2014

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The primary emphasis of this book is on the application and understanding of concepts. Basic theoretical discussions of the principles of biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics are provided, along with illustrative examples and practice problems and solutions to help the student gain skill in practical problem solving.

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  • Publisher: Churchill Livingstone; 2nd Revised edition edition (21 Mar 2005)
  • Language: English

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