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Inventi Rapid - 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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Clinical Research’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals.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.

  • REVIEW ON CORONAVIRUS INFECTION IN INDIA
    G Nagarajaperumal*, M Senthil Kumar, V N Indulatha    Download Full Text

    Acute coronavirus respiratory infection (ACVRI) is a leading cause of illness and death among all age groups in India. Coronaviruses are zoonotic, it resources they can be diffused between animals and people. Previous investigations showed that was spread from civet cats, camel to humans. Coronavirus is highly virulent and easily entered in to the respiratory system to induce the respiratory abnor...

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  • CASE STUDY ON CHRONIC OSTEOMYELITIS OF THE RIGHT FEMUR
    T Josna, G V Nagaraju*, Chennu M M Prasada Rao    Download Full Text

    Osteomyelitis is an inflammatory bone disease that is caused by infecting microorganisms and leads to progressive bone destruction and loss. The most common causative species are the usually commensal staphylococci, with Staphylococcal aureus and staphylococcal epidermidis responsible for majority of the cases. It can happen is a bacterial or fungal infection enters into the bloodstream, due to in...

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  • PREVALENCE OF ALCOHOL INDUCED DISEASES: A PROSPECTIVE OBSERVATIONAL STUDY IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL, ONGOLE
    Shaik Firoz*, Y Rajeswara Rao, Dolly Keerthana, Swathi, Niharika, Y V Prasanna    Download Full Text

    Alcohol consumption, at present, is ubiquitous and has been consistently increasing throughout the world. Alcohol is the world’s largest risk factor for many diseases and alcohol induced diseases is classified by ICD-10. Alcohol induced diseases are more prevalent throughout the world, causing approximately 3.3 million deaths every year (5.9% of all deaths) and 5.1% of the global burden of disea...

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  • NEED TO INITIATE CODING PRACTICES IN PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
    Devansh Mehta*    Download Full Text

    Medical coding has been in practice in US, and UK markets, and some parts of Europe. However, its penetration to the other world countries has not been seen so far. Coding practices bring harmonization in the overall practice of the medical field. The present letter to editor has been written to suggest coding practices in pharmacological research and coding practices in pre – clinical and clini...

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  • A STUDY ON DISEASES PATTERN IN GERIATRIC PATIENTS
    Nataraj G R*, Bharathi D R    Download Full Text

    During the past 5 decades, an increasing percentage of the population has attained geriatric status. The care of the elderly population is very essential and needy. The changes during aging will make more susceptible for medical and psychosocial issues. The current study explores the diseases pattern in geriatrics. A prospective interventional study was carried out for a period of three and half y...

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  • WILSONS DISEASE – A CASE REPORT
    Diya Sarju*, Binsha M A, Divya V, Fousiya K S, Kiran D R, Sreeja P A    Download Full Text

    Wilson’s disease (WD), also known as hepatolenticular degeneration and is an autosomal recessive disorder. The present patient (32 years old male patient) was finally diagnosed with Wilsons disease because of the presence of Kayser-Fleischer rings around the cornea of his eyes, elevated urinary copper, serum bilirubin and liver enzymes and hepatic failure. He was treated with penicillamine,...

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