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July-September 2015 |
Vol 7 | Issue 3

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Review
Clinical pharmacists: The major support to Indian healthcare system in near future
Pharmacy practice is still in the initial stages of development in India, but launching of Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) study program has brought serious discussions about clinical pharmacy in the coun...
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Review Article
A review of injection and antibiotic use at primary health care (public and private) centers in Africa
We conducted a review to study antibiotic and injections use at primary care centers (PHCs) within the World Health Organization African region. This was part of a larger study on prescribing indicato...
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Review Article
Applications of regenerative medicine in organ transplantation
A worldwide shortage of organs for clinical implantation establishes the need to bring forward and test new technologies that will help in solving the problem. The concepts of regenerative medicine ho...
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Review Article
The use of psychotropic substances among students: The prevalence, factor association, and abuse
This detailed review analyzed the previously published studies related to the prevalence of psychotropic substances use, associated factors, and the misuse of the psychotropics among students. A compr...
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Original Article
Physiologically active hydrogel (in situ gel) of sparfloxacin and its evaluation for ocular retention using gamma scintigraphy
Objective: Due to the structure and physiological barrier of eye, only 1% of instilled dose is available for action on the corneal surface. In this work, we developed and evaluated chitosan (pH...
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