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Department of Pharmacology
Research

AFMRC Projects:


1. A study to correlate serum concentrations of antiepileptic drugs with their salivary concentration, efficacy and toxicity in epileptic patients: Prafull Mohan, Dr AK Sharma. 


2. A study to investigate the efficacy, physical stability and chemical potency of commonly used analgesic agents over a period of two years post their expiry date:  Lt Col Sushil Sharma, Dr A K Sharma.


3. An experimental study to investigate the interactions of rosuvastatin with etoricoxib, tramadol, amlodipine and amitriptyline for its analgesic effects in albino mice. Prafull Mohan


Departmental Projects:


1. A study to monitor prescription pattern and errors in use of inhalation devices in patients of mild to moderate bronchial asthma. Dr Neha Akhoon, Lt Col DBS Brashier.


2. A study to evaluate the rational prescribing and medication appropriateness in pregnant women with co-existing illness undergoing treatment in a tertiary care hospital. Capt Htet Wai Moe, Lt Col Sushil Sharma.


3. An experimental study to investigate the effects of HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors, atorvastatin and rosuvastatin, on antidepressant action of fluvoxamine, venlafaxine and tianeptine: Maj Kedar G Bandekar, Dr A K Sharma.


4. An observational study to assess the effect of protease inhibitors (PIs) on prevalence of metabolic syndrome in HIV positive patients. Prafull Mohan


5.  Drug utilization study of antibiotics to include point prevalence surveys and appropriateness of use in admitted patients of a tertiary care hospital. Dr T Sharan Shyam, Col S Jaiswal.


6. An experimental study to investigate the interactions of rosuvastatin with etoricoxib, tramadol, amlodipine and amitriptyline for its analgesic effects in albino mice. Surg Lt Cdr Raghavendra Sabarad, Dr A K Sharma


MUHS STS

 

1. Topical corticosteroid prescription patterns in patients of skin OPD in a tertiary care teaching hospital. Med Cdt Venkat Shashidhar, Lt Col Sushil Sharma

 

 2. A study of perceptions about drug promotional literature amongst clinicians. Med Cdt Deepak Rajendran Nair, Lt Col Sushil Sharma