The Indian journal of hospital pharmacy (Indian J Hosp Pharm )
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- Other titlesIndian journal of hospital pharmacy
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Publications in this journal
- The Indian journal of hospital pharmacy 10/2012;
- The Indian journal of hospital pharmacy 10/2011; 48(5-7461/64):112-116.
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ABSTRACT: Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease and responsible for the significant morbidity and mortality. Diabetes can be managed if proper diagnosis, monitoring, medication, diet and exercise are maintained. Drug Utilization Review (DUR) is a process used to assess the appropriateness of drug therapy by engaging in the evaluation of data on drug use in a given healthcare environment against predetermined criteria and standards. Though drug utilization study is very important to monitor and, if necessary, improve the prescribing pattern of physician, it is not given much importance. The present study was undertaken with the objective to study the prescriptions of the antidiabetic patients and to analyze the antidiabetic drug prescribing pattern. Concurrent Drug Utilization Review (CDUR) was done in a North Indian tertiary care, non-profit making hospital (St. Stephen’s Hospital, Tis Hazari, New Delhi). The total number of cases recorded and analyzed during a period of 6 weeks were 251. The ratio of male:female patients was 1:0.6. The average number of anti-diabetic drugs prescribed were 1.67 drugs per prescription and percentage of oral antidiabetic drugs prescribed was 61.99%. Among 62% of the total hypoglycaemic agents, biguanides accounted for 26% of all the prescribed drugs, followed by sulfonylureas (22%), glucosidase inhibitors (7%) and thiazolidinediones (4%). 53% of patients were on monotherapy compared to 47% on polytherapy.The Indian journal of hospital pharmacy 09/2011; 48(2):32-34.
- The Indian journal of hospital pharmacy 01/2011; 48(2):38-39.
- The Indian journal of hospital pharmacy 11/2008; 45(2):59-61.
- The Indian journal of hospital pharmacy 01/2007; 22(2):209-221.
Article: How unsafe parentral administrationThe Indian journal of hospital pharmacy 01/2005;
- The Indian journal of hospital pharmacy 01/2005; 5.
- The Indian journal of hospital pharmacy 01/2003;
Article: Drug Abuse during Eye infection.The Indian journal of hospital pharmacy 01/2003;
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ABSTRACT: The role of community pharmacists has been recently debated that has resulted in all round focus on community pharmacy. A few groups of community pharmacies in the metropolitan cities have been started to offer pharmaceutical services1. A number of articles have been appeared in pharmaceutical journals.5,8-12 General public are becoming more conscious about their health. A study was conducted to evaluate actual situation and role of a community pharmacist in Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu and identify the need to expand new roles to the tune of changing need of society. The study group visited the medical stores covering various areas of the district and interviewed the medical store in charge with standardized questionnaire concerning all aspects of retail pharmacy. The study shows that community pharmacy practice in Indian village is still in its nascent stage. The practice is limited to sale of ready made manufactured drugs only. There is lack of both professional and commercial related skills. The today’s drug retailers need to prepare themselves as community pharmacists by advancing knowledge and skills to meet not only the changing needs and demands of consumers but also to become successful commercial entrepreneur.The Indian journal of hospital pharmacy 05/2001; 38(5):169-172.
- The Indian journal of hospital pharmacy 01/2001; 3:85–91.
- The Indian journal of hospital pharmacy 01/1995;
- The Indian journal of hospital pharmacy 01/1989;
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