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Inventi Rapid - Pharmacy Practice

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Pharmacy Practice’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. This journal focuses on discipline of pharmacy which involves developing the professional roles of pharmacists. The scope of the journal includes clinical pharmacy, hospital pharmacy, community pharmacy, pharmaceutical care, pharmacovigilance, social pharmacy, pharmacy education, process and outcome research, health promotion and education, health informatics, pharmacoeconomics and other related areas.

  • PRESCRIBING PATTERN IN PAEDIATRIC HOSPITAL OF RURAL REGION IN NORTHERN MAHARASHTRA
    Mutha Rakesh Eshwarlal, Mahale Sanchita Sanjivkumar, Patil Payal Hasmukhlal*    Download Full Text

    This prospective study was planned to find the medication prescribing pattern in children taking outpatient treatment. This study was carried out using 500 prescriptions. Only pre-compounded prescription orders that call for a drug or mixture of drugs supplied by the pharmaceutical company were included in the study. The patients attending private clinics and government hospitals were randomly app...

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  • TIME TO THINK ABOUT UNDESCENDED TESTIS
    Thalkar A B*, Karwa P N    Download Full Text

    Before the birth one or both testis fail to move from the abdomen into the scrotum this condition is known as cryptorchidism or undescended testis. The persons suffered with undescended testis are several times more likely to get testicular cancer than those with normally descended testicles. Inside the abdomen of the fetus the testicles are develop and before the birth they descend (go down) into...

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  • MACULOPAPULAR RASH FOLLOWED BY ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY: A CASE REPORT
    P Sonisha Reddy, M Pavani, N Surendra Reddy*, T S Durga Prasad    Download Full Text

    HIV‑infected patients have a higher risk of developing cutaneous reactions than the general population, which has a significant impact on patients’ current and future care options. The severity of cutaneous adverse reactions varies greatly, and some may be difficult to manage. HIV‑infected patients just at the beginning of antiretroviral therapy can frequently show a wide variety of adverse ...

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  • EXPLORING THE PERFORMANCE OF RETAIL PHARMACY MANAGEMENT IN RURAL AREA OF NAGPUR REGION
    Vaishali V Dudhable, Nishant B Awandekar*, Rashmi V Trivedi, Milind J Umekar    Download Full Text

    The pharmacy retail market in India has witnessed a growth in recent years on account of rising demand for OTC drugs and increase in types of diseases. The flow in this growth is mainly originated from acceleration in urbanization, increase in disposable income and rising literacy rate in the country along with growing medical awareness. The aim of this study was to investigate the organization an...

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  • A CASE STUDY ON MULTI DRUG RESISTANT INFECTION
    Asha K Rajan, Vedha Pal Jeyamani S*, Senthilnathan B, Balaji P    Download Full Text

    The resistance among innumerable microbial species to various antimicrobial drugs has materialized as a cause of public health hazard all over the world at an alarming rate. Even though the development of multi drug resistant infection is a natural phenomenon, the incongruous use of antimicrobial drugs, inadequate sanitary conditions, irrational usage of antibiotics and underprivileged infection p...

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  • IDENTIFICATION OF RISK FACTORS FOR PREVALENCE OF DIABETES IN TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL
    Abubaker Siddiq*, Bharathi D R, Chandana G    Download Full Text

    Diabetes mellitus (DM) is growing in prevalence globally with 171 million people in the year 2000, while it is estimated to rise to 366 million by the year 2030.The dynamics of physiological and behavioral risk factors of diabetes in rural India is poorly understood. Early detection and treatment reduce the complications of diabetes. Using data from study site in a tertiary care hospital, this stu...

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