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Inventi Impact - Clinical Research

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Clinical Research’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. The journal covers all the areas of clinical pharmacy. It welcomes articles pertaining to rational therapeutics; evidence-based practices; safety, cost-effectiveness and clinical efficacy of drugs; drug interactions; clinical impact of drug formulations; pharmacogenetics; personalised, stratified and translational medicine; and, clinical pharmacokinetics etc.

  • CLINICAL RESEARCH AND CLINICAL TRIAL CODING: A NEW PERSPECTIVE
    Devansh Mehta*    Download Full Text

    Coding is an instrument which helps in bringing uniformity to the complete practice. Medical coding is compulsory mandate in many parts of the world, mainly USA and Canada. Medical coding is in itself a very professional aspect of medical practice. It helps in bringing harmonization to the practice and helps to remove the fault reporting in medical profession. Clinical trials are an important part...

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  • BIOCHEMICAL ASSESSMENT OF NUTRITIONAL AND HEALTH VULNERABILITIES OF POST MENOPAUSAL WOMEN
    Sheel Sharma*, Jyoti Vijay, Nidhi Agarwal    Download Full Text

    India is facing the double burden of communicable and non-communicable diseases (NCDs), there is need to prevent NCDs. Women in their post-menopausal phase become vulnerable to NCDs. Objective of this study was to assess the nutritional status of pre and post menopausal women residing in Banasthali University campus area of Rajasthan state, India. The present community based study was conducted am...

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  • STUDY OF RISK FACTORS AND PREVALENCE OF CARDINAL SYMPTOMS OF DIABETES MELLITUS
    Upadhyay S U*, Jain V C, Upadhyay U M    Download Full Text

    This retrospective study is intended to provide vital information on the risk factors for diabetes so that one can take prophylactic measures to prevent diabetes. Diabetes check up camps was conducted and 1001 participants were interviewed. Anthropometrical measurements like height, weight, waist, hips were taken and on that basis Body Mass Index (BMI) as well as Ratio of Waist-to-Hips (WHR) were ...

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  • EFFICACY OF WITHANIA COAGULANS IN TYPE 2 DIABETES
    Upadhyay S U*, Jain V C, Upadhyay U M    Download Full Text

    Pills prepared from Withania coagulans (Paneerdodi Ghanavati) were administered to 94 patients with Type 2 Diabetes for Nine months. It was observed that Withania coagulans significantly reduced fasting blood sugar of diabetic patients. The fruits of Withania coagulans have been traditionally used for the treatment of Type 2 Diabetes and this was confirmed in our clinical set up also....

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  • A STUDY ON THE ASSESSMENT OF THE PERINATAL OUTCOME AND DETERMINING THE CAUSE OF DISCORDANCY AMONG THE DISCORDANT TWINS
    Athota Smitha, Meduri Guru Surya Nagasree, Kavitha Gayak*, Sripada Ramam    Download Full Text

    Birth weight discordance is the difference between the heaviest and the lightest fetus in a set of multiples. It is the most common aspect because some variation is expected among siblings. But growth discordance has been associated with adverse outcomes, mainly because it is associated with growth restriction. The specific cause is yet to be determined. Keeping these concepts as the background, i...

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  • CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY TO EVALUATE LOW BIRTH WEIGHT BABIES
    Priyanka Rai*, Rekha Sapkal, Anjali Kanhare    Download Full Text

    The study was aimed at determining the clinical and associated risk factor for intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) at tertiary health care centre. The objective was to identify the group of infants of IUGR who needs intensive neonatal care. Retrospective analytical study of newborn included 1048 births. Mean age of mother was 25.35 years. A weight of 4.4 kg was considered as standard. The new b...

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