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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Pharmacy Practice’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals.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

  • A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY ON PRESCRIBING PATTERN OF DRUGS USED IN STROKE PATIENTS IN A TERTIARY CARE TEACHING HOSPITAL
    T Sampurna*, T S Durga Prasad, D Ranganayakulu    Download Full Text

    Stroke is a major public health challenge, which is a devastating and disabling disorder not only for neuropharmacology but the society in general. This study was conducted to describe and obtain the baseline data about the prevalence, complaints during admission, risk factors associated and prescribing pattern of drugs in stroke patients. A prospective cross sectional study was conducted in a ter...

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  • HAEMOCHROMATOSIS
    P Naga Subrahmanyeswari*, A Swapna, Y Mohanavamsi    Download Full Text

    The discovery of this principal gene which was designated with a hereditary problem named as haemochromatosis (HFE) in 1996 led to the complete understanding of this condition. The impact of the property homozygosity for this C282Y mutation, results to majority of un-probable cases, which cannot be underestimated. Earlier the accurate diagnosis or condition is obsolete possible and this disease en...

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  • A BRIEF REVIEW ON CARBAMAZEPINE INDUCED STEVENS - JOHNSON SYNDROME
    Manjari Sharma, Pavan Sreekanth Medavaram*    Download Full Text

    Around 20% of neurologists in the America were not aware of antiepileptic safety risks in patients of Asian descent. Carbamazepine (CBZ) remaining the first line therapy for trigeminal neuralgia, is causative for ADRs ranging from mild maculopapular exanthema to life threatening severe reactions, including SJS, an immune complex mediated hypersensitivity reaction that involving mucous membranes an...

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  • BOMBAY BLOOD GROUP: AN OVERVIEW
    Vikrant Nikam*, Vivekanand Kashid, Jyoti Khapare, Sachin Gaikwad    Download Full Text

    The Bombay Blood Group is rare blood group with absence or deficiency of H antigen. This is first reported in Bombay (Mumbai) 1952. Named for the city in which it was first discovered. It is a blood group which shows absence of A, B, H antigens on red cells and presence of anti-A, anti-B and anti-H antibodies in serum. The H antigen is located on the surface of red blood cells and is the precursor...

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  • ANGELMAN SYNDROME
    P Naga Subrahmanyeswari*, Y V V Sai Ramya, M Meghana, R Sri Harsha, B Pavan Kumar, P Ramya, B Srinivasa Rao, P Srinivasa Babu    Download Full Text

    Angelman syndrome is defined as a complex based genetical disorder which primarily found affecting the central nervous system. The special or Characteristic features of such condition includes delayed development of brain, intellectual disabilities, severe speech related impairment and the problems occur with movement and balance condition (ataxia). Most of the affected children also are more pro...

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  • CA BREAST IN WOMEN
    Anusreeraj R S*, Akshara S Kumar, Arya U S, Ayisha Jasmine K    Download Full Text

    Breast carcinoma is one of the dangerous diseases in women. Now a day’s there is increase the number of the patient with CA breast. So many factors influence CA breast like: food habits, life style changes, hormonal imbalance and diagnosis. Diagnosis is one of the most important factor the person who has suffered with CA breast. Fibro adenoma is one of the leading etiological factor of CA breast...

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