Pharmacology : Departmental Facility

Departmental Facility

 

 

OFFICE ACCOMMODATION

 
a)         Professor and HOD:   1 room. 6×4 mts
b)         Associate Professors/Readers: 3 rooms 4×4 mts. each
c)         Asst. Professors/Lecturers: 3 room 6×4 mts
d)         Tutors/Demonstrators: 2 rooms (1 .6×3.5 mts ) (2.  8×4 mts)
e)         Non-teaching and clerical staff           : 1 room for clerk 4×3 mts
                                                                          1 room for technician 4× 3 mts
Buildings :
(i) Demonstration Room :
Number          two
Accommodation
Size      60 sq. mt. area
Capacity    75
Audio-Visual equipment available:
Available 1 OHP
2-slide projector
3 LCD projectors
(ii) PRACTICAL LABORATORIES :
Experimental pharmacology shared with experimental physiology          
Clinical pharmacology & pharmacy shared with clinical biochemistry
Accommodation
Size         225 sq. mt                           225 sq. mt.                                                      
Capacity        75                                            75                                 
Working arrangement
Seats available     60                                      60
Main Equipment available:
Studentkymograph, organ bath
Pole climbing apparatus etc
Dispensing balance, i/v fluid set, BP instruments etc.
 
Ante-room/preparation room
Size                  15 sq.mt                      15 sq. mt.
Location          Along with lab            along with lab
Close circuits TV/any other teaching aids
Software showing teaching experiments on teaching aids. animals are available.
(iii)       Museum:
Size:100 sq. mts
How are the drug sample arranged?
Arranged in scientific way giving due importamce to essential drug list(WHO), toxicology, and history of pharmacology
 
Number of catalogues of the samples available to the students: Adequate
 
Total number of drug samples: 200
List of charts, photograph and other exhibits
Charts- 36  experimental graphs-11    clinical pharmacy-13
Is there any section depicting “History of Medicine”? Yes
Departmental Library-cum-Seminar Room :
Is there a separate departmental library? Yes
Accommodation
Size                  6 × 3.5 mts
Capacity                      20
109 books in departmental library (Annexure-2) and 528 books in central library
List of Journals: Indian journal of pharmacology, Indian journal of physiology and pharmacology
Research Laboratory :
 
Size      40 sq mts
Equipment: cooks pole climbing, motor activity chamber, HPLC, colorimeter, autoanalyser, student physiograph 
 
List of Specimens
[A] DRUG FORMULATIONS:
(1)       LIQUIDS FORMULATIONS FOR ORAL USE:
a.      SYRUP: Simple, medicated aromatic or flavored for making the drug more palatable. e.g. Paracetamol syrup.
b.      LINCTUS: Linctus is viscous, oral preparation usually employed for cough e.g. linctus codeine.
c.       LINIMENT: Alcoholic or oleaginous solutions or emulsions for the external          applications with rubbing. It produces irritant and counterirritant action. e.g. Turpentine liniment.
d.      SUSPENSION: Liquid formulations containing the insoluble ingredients. e.g. Erythromycin suspension
 
(2)  SOLID FORMULATIONS FOR ORAL USE:
a.      TABLET:
·         PLAIN: Compressed powder e.g. Erythromycin tablets
·         SCORED:  Tablet with deep groove, which makes tablet breaking into two parts easier. e.g. Co-trimoxazole tablet
·         SUGAR COATED Tablet with sugar coat, which masks the bad taste.e.g. Chloroquine tablet.
 
b.      CAPSULE: Powder/ granules packed in gelatin shell e.g. Ampicillin
 
c.       SUSTAINED RELEASE (SR) PREPARATIONS:
          SR preparations release the drug slowly and steadily over a longer period. With such preparations peak plasma concentration of the drug is lower, but the action will continue for the longer time. As this tablet is given with special coating for slow and sustained release, there are chances that some portion of the tablet may not disintegrate into the gastrointestinal track. In such case, the extent percentage of the absorption can be less. It is also possible that entire quantity will be released at a time.   E.g. Thiophyline, Nifedipine. Tolterodine, Pyridoxime hydrochloride tablets
  ENTERIC COATED PREPARATIONS:
           The gastric acid destroys certain drugs (e.g erythromycin). As the drug the drug is absorbed form the small intestine, it is necessary to deliver the drug into small intestine. Therefore, the tablet is coated with acid resistant material (e.g. cellulose) which will permit passage of intact tablet in small intestine.
d.      GRANULES
These are small aggregates of powder held together by a binding agent.
Ex. Vitamin D3 granules, L-arginine granules.        
                              
e.       POWDER
           These may be simple or mixture of drugs in dried and finely pulverized form.
External use : neomycin powder for dusting on wounds
Oral use : Oral Rehydration Salt powder
f.       EFFERVESCENT POWDER AND TABLET
These are powdered drugs mixed with sodium bicarbonate, citric acid or tartaric acid. When dissolved in water , they effervesce with evolution of carbon dioxide.Thus makes mixture more palatable and tasty.
Effervescent Powder : Eno fruit salt
Effervescent Tablet : Dispersible Aspirin Tablets (Disprin)
 
g.      LOZENGES
These are tablets containing drug with sugar and gum, and meant for chewing or sucking for providing local effect in mouth or throat.
Example : cough lozenges (strepsil)
h.      SPANSULES:
           It contains the granules with different coating which has characteristic to release the granules at different time. This will results in slow release of small quantity of the drug over the longer period of time.e.g. Ferous sulphate spansules.
[3] FORMULATIONS FOR INTRAVENOUS USE
a.       AMPULES :
Meant for single use
Narrow upper portion stem, wide lower portion body, with neck which may be constricted or smoothly curved. E.g. Frusemide
b.      VIALS :
May contain more than one dosage form.
Proper aseptic precaution should be taken while drawing drug from a vial.
E.g. Amoxicillin and Potassium clavulanate
c.       INFUSION BOTTLE :
Continuous intravenous infusion can be given.
Glass bottle or plastic bottle can be used.
Drugs can be diluted in larger volume of fluid.
Dose can be titrated according to the response.
      e.g. Normal saline, Ringer lactate
[4] DOSAGE FORM FOR EXTERNAL USE
a.       GELS :
The drug is dissolved in a liquid and then dispersed in some gelling agent like soft gelatin. These are usually transparent preparations.
Example :  Benzoyl peroxide gel for acne
b.      OINTMENT :
These are soft, semisolid masses containing the drug in a greasy base like soft or hard paraffin or wool fat. Some ointments are prepared in a water miscible base.
Example : Mometasone skin ointment, Atropine eye ointment.
c.       CREAM :
These are solid/semisolid medicament for local application only. Lipophilic (oily) cream is an emulsion of wate in oil.Hydrophilic cream is an emulsion of oil in water formed with the aid of an emulsifier. It is easier to spread than paste or ointments.
Examples : Betamethasone cream
 
d.      LOTION :
These are liquid medicaments for local application but without rubbing. They are generally used as antiseptics or for soothing , astringent and antipruritic effects.
Example : Calamine lotion, Gamma benzene hexachloride lotion.
[B] DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS:
a.      METER DOSE INHALER:
It is a device, which release the fix quantity of drug in aerosol form with synchronization of   inspiration and release of the drug.
Advantage:  drug release directly to site of action, rapid onset of action, less systemic side effects. The method is not costlier than oral tablet.
Disadvantage: synchronization must for release of drug. If proper technique not followed drug particles may stick to the oral cavity.
b.      ROTAHALER-ROTACAP-SPIN HALER:
These are device in which tablets are crushed into microfined powder, which is delivered by inspiratory efforts of patients.
c.       SPACER:
This device fit into MDI. The drug when released from MDI, enters  the chamber of spacer from which patients can inhale.
Advantage: Strict synchronization for drug release not required. Better drug delivery is ensured. Particularly useful in children.
d.      NEBULIZER:
It generates very fine particle (0.3-0.5micron) of the drug.
Solution of the drug is passed through air or oxygen which generate’ mist’ of the drug having very small uniform particle size and release continuously.
The drug reaches smallest bronchioles even in presence of impaired ventilation. Synchronization is not necessary.
Nebulizer is more effective than MDI.
e.       OCCUSERT:
Occusert are thin flexible wafers placed under eyelids for continuous release of drugs example pilocarpine in glaucoma.
Advantage:  continuous release of drugs, less blurring of vision than conventional pilocarpine eyedrops.
f.       PROGESTASERT:
It slowly releases an average of 60mcg of progesterone per day for one year after insertion.
Advantage:  Smaller amount of drug needed. Drug targeted to site of action.
g.      SUPPOSITORY:
These are solid dosage form intended for insertion into body orifices where they
melt, soften or dissolve and exert local or systemic action.
Suppositories can be vaginal, rectal, urethral.  e.g. Diazepam
h.       INSULIN PEN DEVICE: 
      It functions like fountain pen. It uses insulin cartridges for s/c injections through a needle. Preset amount (in 2 unit increments) is propelled by pushing a plunger or trigger. Advantage:  convenient in carrying and injecting.
 
i.           TRANS DERMAL PATCH:  
Transdermal drug delivery system (TDDS) facilitates the passage of therapeutic quantities of drug to skin and into the general circulation for their systemic effect.
Per cutaneous absorption of drug occurs through stratum conium.
Advantage: it provides steady availability of drug for longer time (24 hr of more) e.g. Hyoscine patch.
j.            IMPLANT:
There sterile solid drug products, made by compression, melting, sintering. They consist of drug and rate controlling excipients.
They are placed beneath skin. E.g. Goserelin implants.
Drugs affecting cardiovascular system
Amlodipine 5 mg tablets
Atenolol 50mg tablets
Metoprolol 25 mg tablets
Methydopa 250 mg tablets
Dihydralazine 25mg tablets
Labetolol 100mg tablets
Prazocin 5 mg tablets
Losartan 50mg + hydrochlorthiazide12.5mg tablets
Hydrochlorthiazide 12.5mg tablets
Nicardia retard 10mg sustain release tablets
Adrenaline 1:1000 solution. 1ml (0.00018mg) ampoule
Atropine 0.6mg/ml (10ml) ampoule
Potassium chloride 15%w/v (10ml) ampoule
Sodium bicarbonate 7.5%w/v (10ml) ampoule
Dexomethasone 4mg/ml (2ml) ampoule
Hydrocortisone 100mg powder
Isosorbide dinitrate sublingual 10mg tablets
Nitroglycerin 5mg/ml (5ml) ampoule
Digoxin 0.25mg tablets
Dopamine 40mg/ml (5ml) ampoule
Dobutamine 50mg/ml (5ml) ampoule
Frusemide 10mg/ml (2ml) ampoule
Spironolactone 25mg tablets
Mannitol  20%v/v (100ml) pint
Acetazolamide 250mg tablets
Enoxaparin 60mg/0.6ml ampoule
Heparin 5000IU/ml (5ml) vial
Clopidogrel 75mg tablets
Ecosprin 300mg tablets
Atorvastatin 10mg tablets
 
Chemotherapeutic agents
Soframycin eye drops 5mg/ml (5ml)
Trimethoprim40mg/5ml + sulfomethoxazole 200mg/5ml tablets
Netilmycin injection 50mg/ml ampoule
Ceftriaxone injection 1000mg powder vial
Cefotaxime injection 1000mg powder vial
Ceftazidime 1000mg powder vial
Cefpodoxime proxetil oral suspension 10mg/ml
Benzathine penicillin 12 lac IU powder vial
Ampicillin 500mg powder vial
Ampicillin 500mg tablets
Amoxicillin 500mg tablets
Amoxicillin 500mg+ potassium clavulanate 125mg tablets
Ofloxacin ophthalmic ointment (0.3%w/w) 5gm
Ofloxacin 500mg tablets
Norfloxacin 400mg tablets
Ciprofloxacin eye ointment (0.3%w/w) 5 gm
Ciprofloxacin(200mg) 100ml pint
Gatifloxacin 3mg/ml + dexamethasone 1mg/ml (5ml) eye drops
Ofloxacin 0.3%w/v + dexamethasone 0.05%w/v (10ml) eye/ear drops
Moxifloxacin eye drops 0.5%w/v (5ml)
Erythromycin 250mg tablets
Azithromycin 500mg tablets
Doxycyclin 100mg capsules
Tetracycline eye ointment 5%w/w (3gm)
Azithromycin oral suspension 200mg/ml (15ml)
Gentamicin 80mg (2ml) ampoule
Streptomycin 750mg powder vial
Tobramycin ophthalmic solution 0.3%w/v (5ml)
Vancomycin injection 500mg powder vial
Natamycin eye drops 5%w/v (3ml)
Metronidazole 400mg tablets
Metronidazole oral suspension 100mg/5ml(60ml)
Albendazole 400mg tablets
Chloroquine 250mg tablets
Chloroquine phosphate  syrup 64.5mg/ml(5ml)
Chloroquine phosphate syrup 80mg/5ml(60ml)
Quinine injection 300mg/ml (2ml) ampoule
Quinine 300mg tablets
Artesunate injection 60mg vial
Antimalarial combi blister pack (artesunate 200mg (3tablets)+pyrimethamine 37.5mg+sulfadoxine 750mg(2tablets)
Leprosy blister pack for Multibacillary Adult (dapsone 100mg+rifampicin 
300mg+clofazimine 50mg)
Terbinafine 250mg tablets
Ketoconazole 200mg tablets
Fluconazole 250mg tablets
Tinidazole 500mg+miconazole 100mg+  neomycin 20mg vaginal tablets
Clindamycin 100mg+ clotrimazole 100mg vaginal suppository
Clotrimazole 100mg vaginal tablets
Tuberculine syringe
Tuberculosis blister pack (Schedule 1: pyrizinamide 750mg+ethambutol hydrochloride
600mg+isoniazide 300mg+rifampicin 450mg)
(schedule 2: isoniazide 300mg+rifampicin 450mg+pyridoxine 5mg)
(schedule 4: pyrizinamide 375mg+isoniazide 150mg+rifampicin 450mg)
(schedule 7: isoniazide 150 mg+pyrizinamide 500mg+ethambutol hydrochloride 
400mg+rifampicin 150mg) 
Acyclovir 400mg tablets
Acyclovir eye ointment 3% w/w(5gm)
Acyclovir 250mg powder vial
Ivermectin 6mg tablets
Oseltamivir 75mg capsules
Stavudine 30mg+lemivudine 150mg tablets
Zidovudine 300mg+ lemivudine 150mg+nevirapine 200mg tablets
Lemivudine 30mg+nevirapine 50mg+stavudine 6mg tablets
Efavirenz 600mg tablets
 
 
Drugs affecting central nervous system
Fluoxetine 200mg tablets
Amitryptiline 25mg tablets
Imipramine 25mg tablets
Valproic acid 200mg enteric coated tablets
Phenytoin injection 50mg/ml(2ml) ampoule
Carbamazepine 200mg tablets
Lithium carbonate 300mg tablets
Lithium carbonate 450 mg extended release tablets
Benzhexol 2 mg tablets
Lorazepam 1mg tablets
Diazepam 5 mg tablets
Alprazolam 0.25mg tablets
Atracurium 10mg/ml(2.5ml) ampoule
Vecuronium vial 4mg powder vial
Lignocaine 53mg/ml (2ml) vial
Bupivacaine 5mg/ml (4ml) vial
Midazolam injection 1mg/ml (5ml) ampoule
Ketamine injection 50mg/ml (10ml)
Halothane inhalation bottle (250ml)
Propacaine ophthalmic solution 0.5%w/v(5ml)
Thiopentol vial 500mg powder
Propofol injection 10mg/ml (20ml) ampoule
Dexmedetomidine 100mcg/ml(2ml) ampoule
Tramadol injection 50mg/ml (2ml) ampoule
Fentanyl transdermal patch 50mcg/hr (8.4mg)
Diclofenac gel 1.16%w/w (30 gm)
Serretiopeptidase 15mg +diclofenac 50mg+ paracetamol 350mg film coated tablets
Diclofenac sodium injection 25mg/ml (3ml) ampoule
Ibuprofen 400mg tablets
Ibuprofen oral suspension 100mg/5ml (50ml)
Paracetamol 500mg tablets
Paracetamol injection 150mg/ml (2ml) ampoule
 
Drugs affecting endocrine system
 Dexamethasone injection 4mg/ml (2 ml)ampoule
Dexamethasone 0.5mg tablets
Hydrocortisone injection 134mg powder vial
Prednisolone 5mg tablets
Halobetasol cream 0.05%w/w (5gm)
Clobetasol cream 0.05%w/w(15 gm)
Betamethasone 1 mg tablets
Methylprednisolone 4 mg tablets
Fluocinolone topical solution 1%w/v(30ml)
Isoxuprine 10mg tablets
Oxytocin injection 5IU/ml ampoule
Calcium 500mg + vitamin D250 IU tablets
Cabergoline 0.25mg tablets
Clomiphene citrate 100mg tablets
Drotaverine injection 20mg/ml(2ml) ampoule
Valthemate injection 8mg/ml ampoule
Letrozol 2.5mg tablets
Norethisterone 5mg tablets
Levonorgesterol + ethinyl Estradiol tablets
Medroxy progesterone acetate 10mg tablets
Allylesterone 5mg tablets
Didrogesterol 10mg tablets
Thyroxine 125mcg tablets
Levothyroxine tablets
Glipizide 5mg tablets
Gilbenclamide 5mg tablets
Metformin 500mg tablets
Human Insulin injection 40IU/ml (10ml) vial
Isophane Insulin injection 40IU/ml (10ml) vial
Insulin syringe
 
Drugs affecting autacoid system
Carboprost injection 250mcg/ml ampoule
Misoprostol 600mcg tablets
Misoprostol 25mcg tablets
Dinoprostone cervical gel 3gm
Dinoprostone 0.5mg tablets
Methylergometrine  0.125mg tablets
Betahistine 60mg tablets
Levocetrizine 5mg tablets
Levocetrizine syrup 2.5mg/5ml (30ml)
Chlorpheniramine 4mg tablets
Cetrizine 10mg tablets
Cinnarizine 75mg tablets
Promethazine syrup 1mg/ml (60ml)
Pheniramine maleate injection 22.75mg/ml(2ml) ampoule
Doxylamine 10mg+pyridoxine 10mg+folic acid 2.5mg tablets
 
Cancer chemotherapy
Carboplatin injection 10mg/ml (45ml) vial
Paclitaxel injection 6mg/ml (43.33ml) vial
Vincristine injection 1mg powder vial
Etoposide injection 20mg/ml (5ml) vial
Methotrexate 2.5mg tablets
Flurouracil injection 50mg/ml (10ml) vial
Cisplatine injection 1mg/ml (50ml) vial
Cyclophosphamide vial 1gm powder
Bleomycin vial 50 IU powder
Gemcitabine vial 1 gm powder
Doxorubicin injection 2mg/ml (25ml)
 
 
Drugs affecting respiratory system
Salbutamol syrup 2 mg/5ml(100ml)
Salbutamol 4mg tablets
Salbutamol 2.5mg+ipratropium bromide 500mg respules
Beclomethasone inhaler 200mcg/actuation (200MD)
Beclomethasone rotacaps 200mcg
Etophylline 77mg+thiophylline 23mg tablets
Thiophylline injection 50mg/ml(2ml) ampoule
Budesonide 1mg/2ml respules
Dextromethorphan syrup 13.5mg/5ml (60ml)
Ambroxol 15mg/5ml + terbutaline 1.25mg/5ml+ guaphenecin 50mg/5ml (60ml) syrup
 
Drugs affecting GIT
Hyocine butyl bromide injection 20mg/ml ampoule
Hyocine butyl bromide tablets 10mg
Ondensetron injection 2mg/ml(4ml)ampoule
Metaclopromide injection 5mg/ml (2ml) ampoule
Domeperidone 10mg tablets
Granisetron 1mg/ml (3ml) ampoule
Omeprazole 20 mg capsules
Ranitidine injection 25mg/ml (2ml) ampoule
Digene chewable tablets
Dicyclomine 20mg tablets
Dicyclomine 20mg+paracetamol 500mg tablets
Oral rehydration salt packet
Lactulose solution 3.35gm/5ml(60ml)
Bisacodyl 5mg tablets
 
Antiseptics and disinfectants
Povidone iodine ointment 500gm
Povidone iodine solution 5% w/v
Chlorhexidine mouthwash 40ml
 
Herbal preparations
Hepatoguard liquid 60ml
Solution of sorbitol and tricholine citrate10ml
Ginkgo biloba tablets 40mg
M2 – tone syrup 80ml
 
Dermatological preparations
Gentamicin sulphate cream 15gm
Sertaconazole nitrate cream 2% w/v 5gm
Whitfield’s ointment 30gm
Clobetasol propionate gel 5gm
Permethrin cream 30gm
Betamethasone valerate cream 15gm
Mometasonefuroate and salicyclic acid ointment 5gm
Clotrimazole cream  15 gm
Soframycin skin cream 30gm
Isotretinoin soft gel capsules 20 mg
Permethrin lotion 5% w/v
Gamma benzene hexachloride topical application  100ml
Ivermectin 6 mg tablets
Calamine lotion 20ml
Betamethasone valerate cream 15gm
Ketoconazole and zinc pyriithione shampoo 30ml
Coal tar and salicylic acid scalp solution 50ml
Salicylic acid 17%w/v and lactic acid  17%w/v
 
Eye drops
Carboxymethylcellulose sodium ophthalmic solution(10ml)
Sodium carboxymethyl cellulose eye drops (10ml)
Tropicamide ophthalmic solution (3ml)
Sulphacetamide sodium with methyl cellulose ophthalmic solution 20% (10ml)
Gatifloxacin eye drops (5ml)
Chloramphenicol eye drops  0.5% w/v (5ml)
 
Ear drops
Ofloxacin and dexamethasone eye/ear drops (10ml)
Candibiotic ear drops (5ml)
Paradichlorobenzene ear drops (5ml)
 
Intravenous fluids & Infusion sets
DNS (sodium chloride and dextrose injection  0.9% w/v and 5% w/v 500 ml)
RL (compound sodium lactate injection  500 ml)
5D (dextrose injection  5% w/v 500 ml )
20 M (mannitol injection  20% w/v  100 ml
NS (sodium chloride injection  0.9% & 100 ml )
Blood transfusion set
Infusion set
 
Needles and Syringes
Intracath 
(I.V. cannula with wings and injection port radio opaque catheter – 18,20,22,24G)
Infant feeding tube
Sterile hypodermic needles (22 ,23,24,26G)
Insulin syringe
Tuberculin syringe
Disposable plastic syringe (2ml,5ml,10ml)
 
Vaccines and antitoxins
Rabies vaccine 1 ml
Tetanus vaccine 0.5 ml
Hepatitis – B vaccine 1ml
Diphtheria antitoxin 10ml
 
Vitamins,Amino acids and Minerals
Methylcobalamininjection 500 mcg/ml (1ml)
Vitcofol injection 10ml
Vitamin A injection 40,000IU/ml (2.5ml)
Vitamin B complex injection 2ml
Menadione injection 10mg/ml,(1ml)
Vitamin A capsules 50,000IU/cap (10 cap)
Salbutiamine tablets  200mg/tab (10 tab)
Ascorbic acid tablets  500mg/tab (10 tab)
Pyridoxine hydrochloride SR tablets100mg/tab (4 tab)
Vitamin B-complex tablets (10 tab)
Ferrous fumarate 152mg+ folic acid 750mcg+zinc sulphate monohydrate 61.8mg.tablets (10 tab)
Calcium gluconate tablets 500mg/tab (10 tab)
Ferrous fumarate 330mg+dibasic calcium phosphate 300mg+pyridoxine hydrochloride 1.5mg+folic acid 1mg+cyanocobalamin 7.5mcg+zinc sulphate 66mg  capsules (3 cap)
Calcium and vitamin D3 tablets,calcium 500mg+vitamin D3 250 IU/tab (15 tab)
Ferrous sulphate tablets 60mg/tab (10 tab)
Enzymatic protein hydrolysate 750mg tablets (2 tab)
 
Miscellaneous drugs
Sodium bicarbonate injection 75mg/ml (25ml)
Calcium gluconate injection 10%w/v (10ml)
Potassium chloride 15%w/v (10ml)
Sterile water for injection (5ml)
Diclofenac sodium injection 25mg/ml (3 ml)
Paracetamol injection 150mg/ml (2 ml)
Magnesium sulphate injection50%w/v(2ml)
Desferrioxamineinjection 500mg/vial
Deferasirox dispersible tablets 400mg/tab
Antioxidant capsules
Human normal albumin  20% solution (50ml)
Nicotine chewing gum 2mg/gum (10 pieces)
Interferon alfa-2a solution for injection 3MIU/0.5 ml
Intralipid 10% intravenous fat emulsion for infusion (500 ml)
 
 
 
List of charts
No.
Name of charts
1
Action of agonist & antagonists at opioid receptor
(Lippincot`s illustrated reviews-pharmacology 2nd ed. 1997)
2
Pharmacotherapy of congestive heart failure
(Rang and Dale`s Pharmacology 6th ed. 2007)
3
Pharmacotherapy of hypertension
(Rang and Dale`s Pharmacology 6th ed. 2007)
4
Pharmacotherapy of myocardial infarction
(Rang and Dale`s Pharmacology 6th ed. 2007)
5
Lipid metabolism and pharmacological intervention
(Color atlas of pharmacology-Lullman 2nd ed.2000)
6
Types of receptors
(Color atlas of pharmacology- Lullman 2nd ed.2000)
7
Inflammatory mediators and pharmacological intervention
(Rang and Dale`s Pharmacology 6th ed. 2007)
8
Adrenergic neurotransmission and pharmacological intervention
(Rang and Dale`s Pharmacology 6th ed. 2007)
9
Cholinergic neurotransmission and pharmacological intervention
(Rang and Dale`s  Pharmacology 6th ed. 2007)
10
Schematic  representation of re entry
(Lippincot`s illustrated reviews-pharmacology 2nd ed. 1997)
11
Action potential of a purkinje fiber
(Lippincot`s illustrated reviews-pharmacology 2nd ed. 1997)
12
Metabolism of plasma lipoprotein and related genetic disease
(Lippincot`s illustrated reviews-pharmacology 2nd ed. 1997)
13
Response of autonomic nervous system and the renin –angiotensin-aldosterone system  to decrease in blood pressure
(Lippincot`s illustrated reviews-pharmacology 2nd ed. 1997)
14
Comparison of insulin dependent diabetes and non insulin dependent diabetes
(Lippincot`s illustrated reviews-pharmacology 2nd ed. 1997)
15
Benefits associated with postmenopausal estrogen replacement
(Lippincot`s illustrated reviews-pharmacology 2nd ed. 1997)
16
Insulin, glucagon, and glucose homeostasis
(Goodman and Gillman pharmacological basis of therepeutics-12th ed.,2011)
17
Neuroendocrinal control of gonadotropin secretion in female
(Goodman and Gillman pharmacological basis of therepeutics-12th ed.,2011)
18
Sites of action of tocolytic drugs in the uterine myometrium
(Goodman and Gillman pharmacological basis of therepeutics-12th ed.,2011)
19
Mechanism of action of anti retroviral drugs
(Rang and Dale`s  Pharmacology 6th ed. 2007)
20
Drugs affecting bacterial protein synthesis
(Rang and Dale`s  Pharmacology 6th ed. 2007)
21
Mechanism of action of some antimicrobial agents
(Rang and Dale`s  Pharmacology 6th ed. 2007)
22
Transport through membrane active transport
(Lippincot`s illustrated reviews-pharmacology 2nd ed. 1997)
23
Biological waste management
( From Distromed waste management)
24
Treatment of some common poisons
(Lippincot`s illustrated reviews-pharmacology 2nd ed. 1997)
26
Hyperthyroidism and antithyroid drugs
(Lippincot`s illustrated reviews-pharmacology 2nd ed. 1997)
 
27
Drug development process
(Color atlas of Pharmacology-Lullman 2nd ed.2000)
28
Adverse drug reaction reporting form
(Central Drug Standard Control Organization)
29
Mechanism of action of antiepileptic drugs
(Color atlas of Pharmacology-Lullman 2nd ed.2000)
30
Pharmacotherapy of peptic ulcer
(Rang and Dale`s  Pharmacology 6th ed. 2007)
31
Actions of ß-adrenoceptor blocking agents
(Lippincott`s illustrated reviews, Pharmacology 2nd  ed. 1997)
32
Robert Thom: a treatment developed by Greek physician called Cupping. Galen`s teaching dominated medical practices for 1500 years.
33
Paul Ehrlich: He launched a new medical science called chemotherapy
34
Banting, Best and Diabetes: in 1921, Charles, youthful biologist and Fredrick Banting in the physiology lab found that extract of pancreas controlled diabetes. Insulin gave hope of life to millions who otherwise would be doomed.
 
35
Era of antibiotics: Dr Alexander Fleming, a British bacteriologist first developed Penicillin in 1928. The Florey, Chain and their team has isolated antibiotics which brought revolution in practice of medicine.
36
Louis Pasture: He proved that germs causes disease. Sterilization kills them and vaccination can protect against infection.
 
 
 
Books in Departmental Library
 
Sr.
No.
Call No.
Title
Author
1
2
929
Clinical Pharmacy & Therapeutics
Walker R.
2
3
957
Color Atlas of Pharmacology
Lullma & Other
3
4
965
Cooper & Gunn’s Tutorial Pharmacy
Carter S. J.
4
5
956
Mosby’s Critical Care & Emergency Drug Reference
Keen J. H.
5
6
964
Cooper & Gunn’s Dispensing for Pharmaceutical Students
Carter S. J.
6
7
811
Drug Facts & Comparisons
Brantley A. J.
7
8
670
Drug Interactions
Stockley
8
11
925
Physical Pharmacy
Martin A.
9
12
775
Pharmacology & Pharmacotherapeutics. Vol. 2
Satoskar R. S. & Other
10
13
779
Pharmacology & Pharmacotherapeutics Vol. 2
Satoskar R. S. & Other
11
14
930
Pharmacology
Rang & Other
12
15
928
Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms & Drug Delivery System
Ansel H. C.
13
16
595
Pharmacology
Das
14
18
804
The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics
Goodman & Glimans
15
19
813
Year Book of Drug Therapy
Lasagna L.
16
20
689
Mosby’s Medical,Nursing & Allied Health
Glanze W. D.
17
21
654
Mosby’s Medical Dictionary
Glanze V. D.
18
22
730
Mosby’s Pocket Dictionary of Medicine & Allied Health
Anderson
19
23
695
Concise Pocket Medical Dictionary
Panda
20
24
558
Mosby’s Medical,Nursing & Allied Health Dictionary
Anderson
21
25
686
Black’s Medical Dictionary
Havard C.W.H
22
26
1943
Taber’s Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary. Vol. 1
Thomas C. L.
23
27
1944
Taber’s Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary. Vol. 1
Thomas C. L.
24
28
1964
Mosby’s Complete Drug Reference Physician Genrx
Jeanne M.
25
29
1862
Board Review Series  - Pharmacology
Rosenfeld G. C.
26
30
1169
Text book of Pharmacology
Seth S. D.
27
31
1258
Lippincott’s Illustrated Review Pharmacology
Mycek M. J.
28
32
924
Physical Pharmacy
Martin A.
29
33
1301
A Review of with Questions |& Explanations Pharmacology
Ebadi M.
30
34
1740
Manual of Medical Therapeutics
Panda
31
35
346
Drug for the Heart
Opie Lionel H.
32
36
1299
MCQs in Pharmacology & Therapeutics
Gupta Y. K.
33
37
1824
Pharmacological Classification of Drug With Doses & Preparations
Tripathi K. D.
34
39
523
Principles of Pharmacology Basic Concepts & Clinical Applications
Munson P. L.
35
40
812
Physicians Desk Reference
Sifton D. W.
36
41
1736
Current Therapy in Pediatrics Infectious Diseases
Nelson
37
42
1742
Manual of Pediatrics Drug Therapy
Tomaracts S. N.
38
43
1295
Hand Book of Antibiotics
Reese R. R.
39
45
778
Pharmacology & Pharmacotherapeutics Vol. 1
Satoskar R. S. & Other
40
46
810
The Merck Index
Budayari
41
47
2044
Pharmacology
Rang H. P.
42
48
1151
NMS : Pharmacology
Jacob L. S.
43
49
4480
Pediatric Drug Dictionary
Gupte S.
44
50
3423
MCQs in Basic Medical Science
Malhotra
45
51
3195
Text Book of Pharmacology
Seth S. D.
46
52
3196
Text Book of Pharmacology
Seth S. D.
47
53
2843
Teach Yourself Window’s 95
Stevens
48
54
2222
Clinical Pharmacology
Laurence D. R.
49
55
3467
Emergency Medicine the Principles of practice
Gordian
50
56
3238
Doctor’s Therapeutics Manual
Dandiya P. C.
51
57
3237
Drug Interactions
Stockley I. H.
52
58
3703
Radiology of the Extremities
Baker N.
53
59
3241
Hand book of Pharmacology`
Jain S.
54
60
3239
Pharmaceutical Calculations
Stoxkosa M. J.
55
61
3233
Text Book of Therapeutics Drug & Diseases Management
Herfindal E.T.
56
62
3175
The Pharmacological Basis DG Therapeutics
Goodman & Gillman
57
66
2731
Medi. Word’s Medical Exa. Review(Basic Science) Vol. 1
Vyas J. N.
58
67
3217
M. C. Q. in Pharmacology
Kumar G. S.
59
68
3219
Board Review series Pharmacology
Rosen Feld G. C.
60
69
3218
Manual of Pharmacology
Chaudhari K. D.
61
70
3231
Principles of Medical Pharmacy
Kalant H.
62
71
3176
Avery’s Drug Treatment
Speight T. M.
63
72
2859
Windows 95 Instant Reference
Mathews C. B.
64
73
2597
Clinical Pharmacology
Laurence D. R.
65
75
3182
Pharmacology
Rang H. P.
66
77
3150
Methods in Biostatistics
Mahajan
67
79
1300
MCQs in Pharmacology & Therapeutics
Gupta Y. K.
68
80
1167
Pharmacology
Das P. K.
69
82
7464
Essential of Medical Pharmacology
Tripati
70
83
7467
Pharmacology & Pharmacotherapeutics
Satoskar
71
84
7556
H. B. of Experimental Pharmacology
Kulkarni
72
85
7555
British National Formulary
B. N. F.
73
86
7557
Clinical Pharmacokinetics
Rowland
74
87
7472
Basic & Clinical Pharmacology
Katzung
75
88
7643
Text Book of Therapeutics
Hertinda
76
89
7254
Current Therapy
Saunders
77
90
7586
Therapeutic Drugs – 1
Dolley
78
91
7687
Therapeutic Drugs – 2
Dolley
79
93
1947
Guide to Good Prescribing A Practical Manual
W. H. O.
80
94
7657
Lippincott’s Illustrated Reviews Pharmacology. 2 nd ed.
Mycek
81
95
7217
The Complete Drug References  Vol 1
Martindale
82
96
8718
The Complete Drug References Vol 2
Martindale
83
97
8720
Principles of Mamacdfgy 1st / 2007
K K Sharma
84
98
8727
Goodman & Gilmanis Pharmacological basis of therapeutics 11th 2006
Burtom
85
99
8650
Essemtials of pharmacology for dentistry
K.D. Tripathi
86
100
8969
T.B. of Pharmacology & Physiotherapy 1/2000
Undeykemarpadhaja
87
101
9134
Pharmacology for physiotherapy 1st ed/2005
K. V. Ramesh
88
102
8871
British pharmacopeia Vol-1
 
89
103
8872
British pharmacopeia Vol-2
 
99
104
8874
British pharmacopeia Vol-3
 
100
105
8875
British pharmacopeia Vol-4
 
101
106
8876
British pharmacopeia  (veterinary)
 
102
107
14095
Goodman & Gilmanis Pharmacological basis of therapeutics 12th 2011
Burton
103
108
14097
Goodman & Gilmanis Pharmacological basis of therapeutics 12th 2011
Burton
104
109
14538
Drug discovery and evaluation: pharmacological assays. 3rd ed. Vol-1
Hans Gerhard vogel
105
110
14539
Drug discovery and evaluation: pharmacological assays. 3rd ed. Vol-2
Hans Gerhard vogel
106
111
14389
Applied clinical pharmacolkinetics.2nd ed.
Lary. A. Bauer
107
112
14672
Instrumental methods of analysis
N. Gray
108
113
14541
Drug discovery & clinical research
S.K.Gupta
109
114
14542
Nanoparticulate drug delivery systems
Deepak Thassu
 
List of Equipments / Instruments in the Department
 
Sr. No.
Year
Item
LAB
Nos.
1
1997
Analgesiometer
Research
1
2
1998
Animal balance
Experimental
2
3
2001
Artery forceps 6”
Experimental
5
4
2000
Audio System
Misc
1
5
2003
Autopipette – 100 microlit
Chemical
3
6
2003
Autopipette – 2000 microlit
Chemical
3
7
2003
Autopipette – 500 microlit
Chemical
3
8
2003
Autopipette – 5000 microlit
Chemical
3
9
1997
Balance – Chemical – 100 g capacity
Chemical
1
10
1997
Balance – Chemical – 250 g capacity
Chemical
1
11
1997
Balance – monopan
Chemical
1
12
1997
Balance – single pan
Chemical
1
13
1997
Blender Laboratory
Research
1
14
2001
Bone cutter
Experimental
5
15
1997
Brodies Universal Lever
Experimental
20
16
2001
Bull dog clamp
Experimental
5
17
1997
Cages – animal – guinea pig
Animal House
2
18
1997
Cages – Animal – mice/rat [large] Polypropylene
Animal House
4
19
1997
Cages – Animal – mice/rat [small]
Animal House
5
20
1999
Cages animal – rabbit
Animal House
3
21
2006
Centrifuge
Chemical
2
22
1997
Clock – Repeat Alarm
Experimental
2
23
2001
Colorimeter
Chemical
1
24
2006
Colorimeter
Chemical
1
25
1999
Computer with accessories
Misc
1
26
1997
Cook’s pole climbing apparatrus
Research
1
27
2001
Cork borer set
Experimental
1
28
2002
Dispensing Balalnce
Pharmacy
10
29
2000
Dissection Instrument Set
Experimental
1
30
1997
Distillation Apparatus – glass
Experimental
1
31
2006
Distilled Water Still
Experimental
1
32
1997
Drum stand upright
Experimental
2
33
1997
Electric Motor with vaccum pump
Experimental
1
34
1998
Electrocardiograph machine
Clinical
1
35
2000
Extension Board
Misc
2
36
2002
Fractoinal Weight Box
Pharmacy
10
37
1998
Frog board plain
Experimental
6
38
1997
Frog Board with cork top
Experimental
5
39
2006
Hair Aesthesiometer
Experimental
3
40
2001
Hook electrode
Experimental
5
41
2002
Nebulizer
Clinical
1
42
1997
Hot air oven
Experimental
1
43
1997
Hot Air Oven
Experimental
1
44
1997
HPLC System
Chemical
1
45
1997
Laser point torch
Misc
2
46
2006
Long Extension for paper
Misc
2
47
2002
Magnetic Stirrer
Experimental
1
48
1998
Mammalian heart perfusion bath
Experimental
1
49
2001
Mary’s tambour
Experimental
5
50
2001
Mercury reservoir
Experimental
5
51
1997
Muscle grip
Experimental
5
52
1997
Obstruction box
Research
1
53
2006
Organ Bath Isolated – Two unit
Experimental
1
54
1997
Overhead projector
Misc
1
55
2001
Overhead projector
Misc
2
56
1997
Personal weighing machine
Clinical
1
57
1997
pH meter – digital
Chemical
1
58
1997
Photoactometer
Research
1
59
1997
Photofluorometer
Chemical
1
60
1997
Physiograph – student (Biodevice)
Experimental
1
61
2006
Piston recorder
Experimental
1
62
2006
Pneumograph
Experimental
1
63
2001
Projection screen for OHP
Misc
3
64
2001
Projection screen for OHP
Misc
2
65
2002
Rabbit Holder
Experimental
2
66
2001
Rat diaphragm electrode
Experimental
5
67
1998
Refrigerator
Misc
1
68
1997
Rods – supporting
Experimental
20
69
1997
Semi-auto analyser
Clinical
1
70
1997
Slide projector – automatic
Misc
2
71
1998
Small organ bath
Experimental
2
72
1997
Spectrophotometer
Chemical
1
73
1997
Sphygmomanometer
Clinical
20
74
1997
Stand adjustable
Experimental
15
75
1997
Stand plain upright
Experimental
10
76
2006
Stand plain upright
Experimental
20
77
1997
Sterilizer steam
Experimental
1
78
2001
Sterling Heart lever
Experimental
5
79
1997
Stethoscope
Clinical
40
80
2001
Stopwatch digital
Experimental
6
81
1998
Student kymograph
Experimental
6
82
2006
Student kymograph
Experimental
13
83
2006
Student kymograph
Experimental
1
84
1997
Student organ bath
Experimental
20
85
2001
Syme’s cannula
Experimental
5
86
1997
Table lamp
Experimental
1
87
1997
Tablet disintegration test apparatus
Clinical
1
88
1997
Tablet friability test apparatus
Clinical
1
89
2000
Thermometer
Experimental
20
90
2006
Tracheal Cannul – Cat
Experimental
5
91
2001
Tracheal cannula
Experimental
5
92
2006
Tracheal cannula – Dog
Experimental
5
93
2006
Tracheal cannula – Rat
Experimental
5
94
2001
T-rod
Experimental
5
95
1997
V-clamp small
Experimental
20
96
2006
Vortex Mixer
Chemical
2
97
1997
Water bath metal single wall s.s.
Experimental
1
98
2000
X-blocks
Experimental
50
99
2006
Smoking burner
Experimental
1
100
2006
Smoking stand
Experimental
1
101
 
Rotadod apparatus
Research
1
102
2008
Rat Dissection Table
Experimental
1
103
2008
Analgesiometer – hot plate type
Research
1
104
2009
Extended Kymograph
Experimental
1
105
2009
Rat Dissection Table
Experimental
1
106
2009
Wall mounted varnishing tray
Experimental
1
107
2009
Rabbit cages 18*28*24
Animal House
8
108
2009
Animal Cages 29*22*14
Animal House
8
109
2009
Triple beam balance
Experimental
3
110
2009
Convulsiometer
Experimental
1
111
2012