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Mohd Tariq Salman

Mohd Tariq Salman
Hind Institute of Medical Sciences · Pharmacology

MBBS, MD

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Introduction
Dr. Mohammad Tariq Salman, MD in Pharmacology from Aligarh Muslim University, India, is actively involved in teaching and training of Medical and other health science students and research for fourteen years. His research interests include Herbal drugs, especially Nigella sativa, Rational use of medicines, Antibiotics, Diabetes Mellitus and Adverse drug effects. He has published several papers in reputed journals.
Additional affiliations
November 2012 - November 2015
Era's Lucknow Medical College and Hospital
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
May 2007 - present
JN Medical College, Aligarh Muslim University
Position
  • • Post-Surgical Wound Infection And Its Relation With Antibiotics Prescription Pattern In A Tertiary Care Hospital
Description
  • Wound infections, surgical prophylaxis, nosocomial infections, antimicrobial resistance, open abdominal surgery, contaminated wound, Antibiotics resistance, rational use of Medicines
July 2005 - July 2008
Aligarh Muslim University
Position
  • Medical Doctor
Education
July 2002 - July 2005
Aligarh Muslim University
Field of study
  • Pharmacology
August 1994 - February 2001
Aligarh Muslim University
Field of study
  • Medicine

Publications

Publications (45)
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Trigonella foenum-graecum possesses great medicinal properties. Seeds and their oil have a long history of folklore usage in various systems of medicines. It is popular in traditional systems of medicine like Unani medicine, Ayurveda and Siddha. In Tibb-e-Nabawi (Prophetic Medicine), it is considered a great form of healing medicine and has been re...
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Introduction: Genetic etiology has been proposed for both idiopathic epilepsy and dermatoglyphics. Hence, the present study has been undertaken to find out the existence of any correlation between dermatoglyphics and idiopathic generalized epilepsy. Aim and Objectives: To analyze dermatoglyphic patterns of hands in idiopathic generalized epilepsy....
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Purpose: Exposure to ionizing radiation (IR) can cause tissue damage, which is difficult to diagnose and treat as no biomarker is available for detection. We aimed to identify proteomic signature of radiation exposure (9.5Gry) in mice and to assess the utility of Podophyllotoxin extract (PTOX) in preventing radiation injury. Materials and Methods:...
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Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) are one of the leading causes of death among hospitalized patients and occur in 0.3 to 7 per cent of all hospital admissions. These may vary from mild rashes to severe reactions such as Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS). Antiepileptic drugs-induced SJS is a life-threatening severe cutaneous adverse reaction. We report her...
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Original Article Background: Contribution of antibiotic prophylaxis in reducing surgical site infection for some procedures is well known. In spite of knowledge about the effectiveness of antibiotic prophylaxis, its administrative regimens are often inappropriate. Objectives: To study the pattern of use of preoperative prophylactic antibiotic and i...
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Objective: Staphylococcus aureus is one of the major resistant pathogens extremely adaptable to antibiotic pressure. Nigella sativa (black cumin) seed extracts and essential oil have been shown to possess antimicrobial activity against several bacteria but little work has been done on their effect against multidrug resistant S. aureus strains isola...
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Introduction: A bidirectional relationship exists between type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) and depression. There is dearth of research on comparative suitability of different antidepressants in people with T2DM and depression. Aim: To compare the effects of Escitalopram and Agomelatine on glycemic control and symptoms of depression in patients with...
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Nephropathy is an important comorbidity associated with diabetes leading to chronic kidney disease. We studied the effect of Ocimum sanctum in comparison to Olmesartanmedoxomil, Pitavastatin and their combination in prevention of this comorbidity. Male Wistar rats were given streptozotocin to induce diabetes and randomly divided into groups. Group...
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Nigella sativa Linn. which has many acclaimed medicinal properties is an indigenous herbaceous plant and belongs to the Ranunculaceae family, which grows in countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea, Pakistan and India. This study was designed to investigate the effects of N. sativa seed extracts of different germination phases on the central nervo...
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Background: Herbal medicines are increasingly popular among both developing and developed countries across the world. Knowledge and attitude has an important bearing on utilization. In India there are well established systems based on herbal medicines. So it is important to know the knowledge attitude and practice of people about herbal medicine. M...
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Blood pressure is the force with which blood pushes against the artery walls as it travels through the body. Hypertension is a word coined for high blood pressure. It is not a disease in itself but is one of the leading causes of mortality and morbidity in the world today. The most important point to be considered here is that this condition is ver...
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The present study was performed to study the antibiotic prophylaxis pattern in patients admitted in Surgery and Obstetrics and Gynaecology wards of a Tertiary Care Teaching hospital in North India. It was an observational, non interventional and analytical study used to evaluate the patients undergoing surgery through period of one and half years....
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Nigella sativa (NS) is a commonly used herb in Asian and African countries. Extensive experimental studies have been done to shed light on its hepatoprotective, immunumodulator, antioxidant, antimicrobial and several other useful pharmacological properties. However, there is dearth of evidence to evaluate the effect of Nigella sativa extract in neu...
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Paracetamol overdose causes serious liver necrosis. Hepatoprotective activity of ethanolic extract of Nigella sativa in Paracetamol induced acute hepatotoxicity was investigated in rats. Fasted male Wistar rats were orally treated with Nigella sativa extract in graded doses for 5 days followed by Nigella sativa extract and paracetamol 3 g kg-1 on 6...
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Introduction: High incidence of depression has been reported in undergraduate medical students. Sleep disturbance has been associated with depressive symptoms and higher body mass index (BMI). This study evaluated the relationship between sleep disturbance measured by Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) and Epworth sleepiness scale (ESS) with BMI...
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Irrational use of medicines is widespread throughout the world. The main problems include the unnecessary prescription of drugs, particularly antimicrobials and injections. To investigate the situation in surgery wards, the present study was undertaken. Ninety six prescriptions were collected prospectively from post-operative patients admitted in s...
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Objective: The medicinal values of Nigella sativa have been mentioned in ancient literature as useful in disorders of inflammation. The present study investigates the anti-inflammatory and analgesic activities of methanol extract of Nigella sativa seed during different phases of its germination on Wistar rats. Methods: Seeds of N. sativa were grown...
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Aims & objective-To compare the efficacy of Budesonide delivered by metered dose inhaler, metered dose inhaler with spacer and dry powder inhaler on the lung function test parameters. Materials and Methods: This prospective study was undertaken to assess the effect of budesonide administered from fifty patients of chronic stable bronchial asthma we...
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Self medication is a fairly common practice in today's era, be it in the general population, or confined to a relatively smaller group of medical students. Medical students may differ from the general population because they are exposed to knowledge about diseases and drugs. The present study was undertaken to determine the knowledge, attitude and...
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The use of tobacco as cigarettes has taken a form of epidemic. Unless it is not managed properly and in time it may become an uncontrollable behavior leading to long term health and social problem. This paper is based on a survey that was intended to explore the smoking habits of university students residing in hostels, their perception towards it,...
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Nigella sativa is an important spice and flavoring agent which is widely used in various European and Asian cuisines. It harbors an array of medicinal properties as shown by various researches. Germination is a phenomenon during which rapid changes in metabolic activities and the interconversions of metabolites take place. The objective of present...
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Despite the hepatotoxic effects of Rifampicin (RIF), its use is inevitable in the management of tuberculosis. No satisfactory treatment is available for prevention of this adverse effect. This study was undertaken to evaluate the protective effect of Nigella sativa extract (NSE) against Rifampicin induced sub-chronic hepatotoxicity. Male wistar rat...
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Aims& Objective: To assess the relative efficiency of budesonide administered from different delivery devices to adult patients of chronic stable bronchial asthma as measured by pulmonary function test parameters. Materials and Methods: This prospective study was undertaken to assess the relative efficiency of budesonide administered from different...
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Aims& Objective: To assess the relative efficiency of budesonide administered from different delivery devices to adult patients of chronic stable bronchial asthma as measured by pulmonary function test parameters. Materials and Methods: This prospective study was undertaken to assess the relative efficiency of budesonide administered from different...
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Human subjects’ participation in medical research has often raised ethical concerns. After Nazi exploitation; various Guidelines & Declarations were prepared, but still unethical behaviour of healthcare practitioners is being reported. After graduation and entering into practical field; sudden exposure to challenges makes it difficult to take decis...
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Objectives: The present study was taken up for comparative evaluation of pharmacology question papers in medical colleges affiliated to different universities in North India. Methods: Past five years (2007-2011) university question papers for written assessment of second professional regular batch medical students in pharmacology were collected fro...
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The objective of this research is to study the pattern of antimicrobial prescription in outpatient (OPD) and inpatient (IPD) of the Department of Otolaryngology in a tertiary care teaching hospital of North India. This was a prospective study conducted at the Teerthanker Mahaveer Medical College and Research Centre, over a period of 12 months. All...
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To evaluate and compare the effects on high-sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP) levels and lipid profile of atorvastatin and rosuvastatin in obese type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) patients. A total of 40 subjects with 20 in each group were randomly allocated to two groups. Group 1 patients received atorvastatin and that of Group 2 rosuvastatin t...
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Aim: To compare the efficacy and safety of rapid acting insulin analog lispro given subcutaneously with that of standard low-dose intravenous regular insulin infusion protocolin patients with mild to moderate diabetic ketoacidosis. Materials and methods: In this prospective, randomized and open trial, 50 consecutive patients of mild to moderate...
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It has been established that sublingual (SL) route of misoprostol has a great potential to be developed for medical abortion, but there is dearth of evidence to reveal satisfaction rate and safety profile among patients of oral and SL routes. Thus, this study was conducted to provide an insight into the acceptability and safety profile of the same....
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Introduction: A team of medical educators conceived the Medical Education Technology (MET) Course at ELMC, Lucknow and conducted workshops for training medical faculty in teaching skills with the goal of enabling the teaching faculty to train their students to become competent basic doctor as desired by national goals, caring and socially aware. Pr...
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Introduction: Basic course in Medical educational technology (MET) is conducted at ELMC to sensitize existing faculty about teaching technology. The goal is enabling teaching faculty to make teaching learner centered. The MET department regularly meets to plan and prepare the MET programs. Each participant received advance information. Course mater...
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The irrational use of drugs is a major problem of presentday medical practice and its consequences includeineffective treatment, development of resistance toantibiotics, adverse effects and economic burden onpatients and society. Even though, there are specificprograms on rational use of drugs promoted by variousnational and international agencies...
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Nigella sativa (black cumin) seed oil and extracts were tested in varying dilutions against strains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa resistant to a number of clinically used antibiotics isolated from patients attending JN Medical College Hospital, Aligarh, using disc agar diffusion technique on inoculated Muellar Hinton agar plates under standard laborato...
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Nigella sativa (black cumin) seed oil and methanolic extract were tested in varying dilutions against strains of Staphylococcus epidermidis and other coagulase-negative staphylococci resistant to a number of clinically used antibiotics isolated from patients attending JN Medical College Hospital, Aligarh, using disc agar diffusion technique on inoc...
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An alarming increase in bacterial strains resistant to existing antimicrobial agents demands a renewed effort to seek agents effective against pathogenic bacteria resistant to current antimicrobials. Nigella sativa Linn. essential oil was studied for antibacterial activity against various clinical isolates of bacteria resistant to a number of antib...
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Objective: To study the effect of Nigella sativa essential oil against standard and multidrug resistant strains of Pseudomonas aerugenosa. Methods: N. sativa oil (Mohammedia products, Hyderabad) was tested in various dilutions by Disc Agar diffusion technique using impregnated filter paper discs on inoculated Muellar Hinton agar plates against P. a...
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Objective: To study the effect of Nigella sativa essential oil on sensitive and multidrug resistant strains of S. aureus.Methods: Fifty-four strains of S. aureus were obtained from clinical specimens (pus, blood, conjunctival swab, cervical swab, urine, ear discharge, etc) from patients attending J.N. medical College Hospital, Aligarh during 2003 a...
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Even though there might be several cases of NSAIDs induced angina that are not been reported, we could find a definite case of Nimesulide induced angina in Aligarh. A 65 year old female patient was a known case of diabetes mellitis for 17 years and angina pectoris for 10 years for which she was maintained on drugs. She sustained injury after fallin...
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Nigella sativa L. essential oil was studied for antibacterial activity against various clinical isolates of bacteria resistant to a number of antibiotics, in varying concentrations by Disc Agar diffusion technique using impregnated filter paper discs on inoculated Muellar Hinton agar plates. The oil showed pronounced dose dependent antibacterial ac...

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