Saimon Shahriar

Saimon Shahriar
University of Dhaka · Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Bachelor of Pharmacy

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Introduction
Currently working on phytochemical research involving extraction and isolation of bioactive compounds from medicinal plants. Also interested in synthesis of such compounds as well as public health studies.
Education
January 2015 - January 2020
University of Dhaka
Field of study
  • Pharmacy

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Publications (20)
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Herbal drugs are composed of single or several types of medicinal plants with additives. This type of preparations is gaining a wide range of popularity among a large a number of people throughout the world. With the increase of usage, it is necessary to maintain the quality of these drug preparations. Therefore, analytical approaches for their int...
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Severe session jam phobia (SJP), the extent of underprivileged online education, and subsequent mental health disorders among students have emerged as distinguished global problems due to the overwhelming effects of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The purpose of this research was to evaluate the impact of extended COVID-19 lockdown and its med...
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The COVID-19 pandemic, caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, has been a healthcare disaster because of the unique and distinct characteristics of the pathogen, the easy and rapid transmission of the virus from humans to humans, the challenges in diagnosis and confirmation of the disease and the inability to invent and distribute safe and effective drugs...
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The present study was carried out to assess and compare the analgesic and antioxidant potential of Citrullus lanatus rind and flesh extract. The methanolic extract of the rind and ethyl acetate extract of the flesh were evaluated for their in vivo analgesic activity through the acetic acid-induced writhing method on Swiss Albino mice. The free radi...
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Background: The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine (Covishield) was the first to be introduced in Bangladesh to fight the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic. As this vaccine had shown some side-effects in its clinical trial, we aimed to conduct a study assessing short-term adverse events following immunization (AEFIs) in Bangladesh. Method: A cross-sectio...
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Background: The Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine (Covishield) was the first to be introduced in Bangladesh to fight the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic. As this vaccine had shown some side effects in its clinical trial, we aimed to conduct a study assessing short-term adverse events following immunization (AEFIs) in Bangladesh. Method: A cross-sectional...
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Bauhinia scandens L. (Family, Fabaceae) is a medicinal plant used for conventional and societal medication in Ayurveda. The present study has been conducted to screen the chemical, pharmacological and biochemical potentiality of the methanol extracts of B. scandens stems (MEBS) along with its related fractions including carbon tetrachloride (CTBS),...
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Drug-drug interaction is a notable concern among physicians when prescribing multi-therapy to the patients as concomitant administration of multi-drugs might cause unexpected adverse drug reactions. The main objective of this research is to predict a potential drug-drug interaction between two frequently used drugs by diabetic patients, an antidiab...
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Introduction: The COVID-19 pandemic halted educational institutions all over the world which forced a shift to online classes, a new experience for Bangladeshi students which increased their screen time. Objective: This study aimed at discerning the physiological challenges accompanied by the online education system and the compatibility of Banglad...
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The COVID-19 disease has triggered the death of millions of people worldwide and has been the cause of 4,281 deaths in Bangladesh since 8th March 2020 till 31st August 2020. This cross-sectional study was aimed at discerning the pattern of COVID-19 among the people of this country the testing response, the recovery pattern of the patients and the e...
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Background: Paracetamol is an over-the-counter analgesic and antipyretic drug which is often consumed by students without a prescription not knowing the possible adverse effects and interactions. Aim: The study aimed to discern the paracetamol consumption pattern among Bangladeshi city-dwelling students aged 15-26 years. Methodology: A cross-sectio...
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Aim: A very simple, accurate, and affordable absorption spectroscopic technique has been developed and validated for the assay of the Amlaki in the finished product and its liquid dosage form. The method validation parameters were assessed as per guidelines of International Conference on Harmonization (ICH). Materials and Methods: The estimation is...
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The pandemic, well-known as COVID-19, has been brought about by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and it has distinct characteristics from other coronavirus-related epidemics. This pandemic has been ravaging the whole world for more than a year now and no drugs or vaccines have been found to eliminate this virus from the infected people effectively; only...
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Millettia peguensis, popular for its ethnopharmacological uses, was employed to evaluate its different pharmacological properties in this study. The analgesic studies of the plant have been performed by acetic acid-induced writhing and formalin-induced licking tests respectively, whereas the antidiarrheal experiment was done by castor oil-induced d...
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Tablet splitting is a widely used practice in Bangladesh but there are no regulations for pharmaceutical companies to ensure that tablets are manufactured in such a way that facilitates appropriate splitting. Seven Losartan Potassium (LSP) brands and five Olmesartan Medoxomil (OLM) brands were selected and necessary number of tablets as well as a t...
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Tablet splitting is a widely used practice in Bangladesh but there are no regulations for pharmaceutical companies to ensure that tablets are manufactured in such a way that facilitates appropriate splitting. Seven Losartan Potassium (LSP) brands and five Olmesartan Medoxomil (OLM) brands were selected and necessary number of tablets as well as a t...
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Abstract: The success of a medication therapy depends on following the regimen properly which is known as drug adherence. One of the most common reasons for not adhering to prescribed medications is simple forgetfulness. Here an app idea is proposed which will help the patients remember when to take drugs. This app will also provide information abo...
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Abstract: Prions are transmittable proteins devoid of nucleic acids which emerges due to conversion of cellular prion protein (PrPC) to its pathological aggregated form PrPSc. PrPSc has multiple conformations, exhibiting a wide variety of protein misfolding disorders, which account for Prion diseases (PrDs) having a very wide spectrum of clinical m...

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To create a mobile application which would help people stick to their prescription with the help of the notifications to take medicine on due time in their phones.