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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Ankit Karma

Do you know the 11 Career options after B.pharma

There are Various Career options are available after completion of
B Pharm or M Pharm:

1) Pharmacist – The B Pharm graduate can work as a hospital Pharmacist, like Aurobindo hospital,
Apollo hospital, etc.
Being in the health-related field, the B Pharm graduate can also joined arm forces as a pharmacist or else can join any govt. hospital or any NGO , trust etc.

2) Medical Transcription – The B Pharm graduate can work with registered medical practitioners (doctors) to maintain the patient treatment history, the drug to which he/she is allergic etc.
Also some private company hired B.Pharm graduate to help them in translating medical terms they received from other or same country

3) Sales and Marketing – Good communication skills with pleasant personality can opt for the job of Medical Sales Representative (MR-Ship Job). The companies prefer pharmacy graduates for this job, as they have a good knowledge about the drug molecules, their therapeutic effects, mechanism of action of drug and the drug – drug interactions.
Ambitious achievers can grow in this filed up to the level of MD,
Zonal manager or product manager etc. of the company, so just be focus during this job and work hard till you achieve what you want.

4) Quality Assurance / Control Manager – The Pharmacy graduate can maintain the quality of the manufactured drug in the company. She/he has to look for any update in the regulatory norms and accordingly developed the drug in the pharmaceutical company. She/he is working as a Quality assurance or quality control officer/ manager in various companies.

5) Teaching – B Pharm – 1st class pass graduate are eligible to teach as lecturers in the D Pharm students, whereas M Pharm, First Class
students can get a lecturer’s job in pharmacy degree colleges where they can teach B pharm graduate. And PhD students can teach M pharm students.
The pvt college job is paying less but if you are looking for govt. college job then relivent experience and few exam can solve the problem. Grading done as lecturer > Sr. lecturer > Assistant Professor > Principal of college.

6) Production – In various pharmaceutical companies Pharmacy graduate are maintaining the production plant of the company. Various tablet, capsule machineries are have to handle and manufacturing a lot of drug supply have to be done in a fix time along with maintain the quality of the same.

7) Research and development – R&D jobs include developing new formula or changing the exciting formula to better one. In India mostly generic drug companies hired fresher. Good
knowledge of internet and patent can help for sure. Best Luck !!

8) Packaging – Some additional packaging certificates or courses can help you to grow in the field of packaging for pharmaceutical products. As it’s essential part of the
manufacturing cycle. Packaging must be done in a better way to avoid FDA drug withdrawal and to avoid loss and damaged to the drug during transport.

9) Regulatory affairs Manager – Some CRO’s (contract research organization) and various pharmaceutical companies are hiring a pharmacy graduate to work as “Regulatory affair Manager”. They have to oversee regulatory documentation such as Clinical trial approval permission, marketing approval permission etc. from various
regulatory bodies like FDA, EMEA etc.

10) Govt Job – A pharmacy graduate can also work in the Regulatory bodies like Food and Drug Administration. They perform a job of Drug inspector and food inspector, which include inspection of manufacturing, distributing and storage facility of the drug. They have to appear and score in various exams like MPSC, UPSC to work in this area.

11) Clinical Research – There are various job profiles available in clinical research field like clinical research associate, clinical pharmacist, data managers, pharmacovigilance case processor, project managers, regulatory affair
publishers, biostatisticians, etc....

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Saturday, April 30, 2016

Abhishek D Chouhan

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Foods You Must Avoid If You Suffer From Acidity

Foods You Must Avoid If You Suffer From Acidity

There are certain foods that can trigger and worsen symptoms of hyperacidity and it is best to avoid them if you suffer from this condition. These include:

1 . Coffee

Having one cup of coffee a day is okay but there are people who are addicted to caffeine and end up drinking lost of cups in a day. Caffeine is known to increase acid production and cause reflux. So try and switch to mild teas like chamomile or lightly brewed green tea.

2 . Chocolate

Chocolate is packed with caffeine and other stimulants such as theobromine which can cause reflux and hyperacidity. Chocolate is also high in fat and cocoa which are known triggers of hyperacidity and reflux. If you are fond of chocolate, try and have the dark chocolate since it is low in fat.

3 . Carbonated Drinks

Soda and other carbonated drinks aggravate acidity and reflux. The bubbles of carbonation expand inside the stomach, and the increased pressure leads to reflux. Sodas with caffeine and those that are acidic are even worse.

4 . Deep Fried Food

A common thing in our Indian households is that foods undergo deep frying in an effort to make them more tasty. Fried foods are loaded with fat which is one of the main culprit for causing acidity.  Experts suggest that fried food is the single most recognized cause of acidity. It also triggers acid reflux causing heartburn and chest pain. Avoid frying as much as possible and try and bake, boil or air fry your vegetables and snacks.

5 . Fat Rich Dairy

The high-fat foods like cheese, ghee, butter and cream cause hyper-acidity. Consuming too much of cheese and butter can worsen symptoms of acidity. So, it is best to avoid them. If you have to, use a small amount of these foods as flavoring, but not as main ingredients.

6 . Meats

High fat meats like lamb and pork which stay longer in the stomach increase the chance of acid production in the stomach.Try cutting back to a lean cut of meat and eat it only once a week.

7 . Citrus fruits

The acid present in citrus fruits (like oranges, kiwis, lemons) triggers reflux symptoms by relaxing the lower esophageal sphincter. Citrus fruits also contain more acid than other fruits, which worsen symptoms of acidity.You can replace these fruits with non-citrus fruits like apple, banana, melon, guava and watermelon.

8 . Alcohol

All forms of alcohol especially beer, wine, and liquor can cause severe acid reflux symptoms in two ways. Firstly, alcohol relaxes the lower esophageal sphincter muscles, allowing acid into the esophagus. Second, alcohol stimulates secretion of stomach acid causing reflux and acidity.

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Abhishek D Chouhan

Growing Uses of Medicinal plants in Different area of medicine

Growing Uses of Medicinal plants in Different area of medicine

Medicinal and aromatic plants constitute a major segment of the flora that provides raw materials for pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and drug industries. The indigenous systems of medicines, developed in India for centuries, make use of many medicinal herbs that includes Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani, and many other indigenous practices. India is one of the world’s 12th mega diversity centers with 47,000 plant species and is divided into 20 agro-eco zones.

There are many medicinally valued plant resources, which provide various kinds of drugs and medicines for various ailments in our country. In one of the studies by the WHO, it is estimated that 80 per cent of the population of developing countries relies on traditional plant based medicines for their health requirements. Even in many of the modern medicines, the basic composition is derived from medicinal plants and these have become acceptable medicines for many reasons that include easy availability, least side effects, low prices, environmental friendliness and lasting curative property. India and China are the two major producing countries, having 40 per cent of the global biodiversity and availability of rare species.

The Ministry of Environment and Forest, Government of India has identified and documented over 9,500 species of medicinal plants that are significant for the pharmaceutical industry. Of these, 2,000 to 2,300 species are used in traditional medicines while at least 150 species are used commercially on a large scale.

The importance of medicinal and aromatic crops is increasing in the recent past, due to various changes that have taken place in the field. The first and foremost change that has been observed is the preferred shift from Western medicines towards indigenous medicines. This was also encouraged by the natural/organic contents of these medicines, and their affordability. The increased popularity of Ayurvedic medicines in the Western world has spurred increased demand for trade.

Modern tools of pharmacology have greatly improved on the methods of the forest shaman, the Egyptian seer, and the Aztec herbalist, but we have yet to discover or invent a richer selection of chemical possibilities than that which nature has already provided. So long as the natural diversity of the earth’s vegetation remains accessible to scientific inquiry, the tradition of medicinal plant exploration is likely to continue for centuries to come.

Disclaimer- Data collected by different sources and data have values before of year 2013.

Plants are most important for humanity. Plants may be food, may be medicine, may be cloth, and may be house. Plants are our life. So protect them.

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Psoriasis is regarded as an autoimmune disease in which genetic and environmental factors have a significant role. The name of the disease is derived from Greek word “psora‟ which means „itch‟. Psoriasis is a non-contagious, dry, inflammatory and ugly skin disorder, which can involve entire system of person.

Psoriasis is a chronic, relapsing, papulosquamous dermatitis characterized by abnormal hyperproliferation of the epidermis. It affects approximately 1.5% to 2% of the population in the western countries. Psoriasis onset can occur at any age, including birth, but there are two peaks, one in teenagers, around 15-20 years of age, and another in the elderly, 55-60 years of age. There are no significant differences in the incidence of psoriasis in male and female patients.

Several distinct but overlapping clinical variants have been identified, but chronic plaque-type lesions are most common. Psoriatic plaques are characterized by a marked keratinocyte hyperproliferation, altered differentiation, and keratin expression, and they are associated with dermal and epidermal infiltration of leukocytes.

Psoriasis has very significant psychosocial morbidity which appears independent of objective disease severity. It is also associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and mortality. Indeed patients with psoriasis have almost twice the risk of cardiovascular disease when compared with normal controls.

The disorder is a chronic recurring condition which varies in severity from minor localized patches to complete body coverage. Fingernails and toenails are frequently affected. Psoriasis can also cause inflammation of the joints, which is known as psoriatic arthritis. Almost 10 to 15 percent of people with psoriasis have psoriatic arthritis. Psoriasis does not show a static clinical picture, lesions grow and regress. New lesions start as small pinpoint papillae. In the early phase, the papules unite, become confluent, and form plaques.

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Friday, April 29, 2016

Abhishek D Chouhan

Benefits of Neem leaves

1 . Fights Skin Problems

The neem leaves possess anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties which makes it beneficial for various skin problems. Skin conditions such as acne, black heads, drying and pigmentation can be taken care by neem leaves. Get some neem leaves and boil till the water turns green. Wash your face with this water every morning. You can also add this water to your bath water every day to keep the skin infections at bay.

2 . Treats Dandruff

Due to their anti-microbial property, the leaves can be used to eliminate dandruff. Crush tender neem leaves and tulsi and use the extract to wash your hair at least twice a week.

3 . Reduces Belly Fat

Neem flowers aid fat breakdown. Neem flowers if taken along with lemon facilitate effective waste elimination from the body hence helping fat breakdown. Crush a handful of neem flowers add a spoon of honey and half of lemon juice. Mix this solution well and sip it on an empty stomach in the morning. You should not drink anything else for atleast half an hour.

4. Regulates Blood Sugar 

 Neem flowers have lipid lowering and anti-diabetic properties. You can drink neem flower juice on empty stomach and keep your sugar under control.

 5 . Fights Cancer

 Polysaccharides & limonoids found in neem help in reducing tumours & cancer. Consuming neem in any form prevents the accumulation of cancerous cells and also keeps the number in control. The most effective way to benefit is to have a glass of neem juice early morning. Take some neem leaves, wash them off and add to water. Boil till the water becomes half of initial level. You can add some spices to reduce its bitterness. Never add sugar to neem juice, you can use honey though.

6 . Relieves Oral Problems

Neem twigs commonly called daatun, is an excellent solution to oral problems. The anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties of neem provide relief from mouth ulcers, bad breath, toothache and also keeps the teeth shining. Use a medium size twig and chew it from one side to make it like a brush. Now brush your teeth with this natural brush and rinse with water.

7 . Promotes Gastric Health

Neem has also been associated with keeping gastric problems away. Conditions like stomach ulcer, cramping, bloating can be cured if one consumes neem in any of the form stated above.

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Food help to reduce acne

Some foods that help in reducing the appearance of acne.

1 . Avocado

Avocado is relatively new to this part of the world. But this is one fruit with countless health benefits. It is a green fruit, rich in vitamin E and vitamin C. Vitamin E helps to increase the vitality of skin whereas vitamin C helps to reduce skin inflammation and in naturally moisturizing the skin. Have a serving of this exotic fruit 1-2 times a week when it is in season.

2. Cucumber

Cucumbers are a rich source of vitamins A, C, E and amino acids. All these nutrients help in fighting the process of acne formation. The best thing about cucumbers is that you can have them without watching the portion size. So add them to your lunch or have them as a pre-dinner snack to help your skin clear out naturally.

3 . Red Grapes

The red grapes as well as seeds contain powerful natural chemicals and antioxidants that have been shown to treat inflammatory skin conditions. You can add them to your fruit salads or have  a serving once a day to help clear out acne.

4 . Tomatoes

Tomatoes are not only packed with vitamin C,they are also rich in  bio-flavonoids that help to repair damaged or scarred skin. Experts suggest that if you have tomatoes regularly, it will help in reducing your acne.So have tomatoes as salads, as soup or add them to your smoothies.

5 . Fennel

Fennel or saunf has been used in our country for ages to improve digestive health. But that is not the only health benefit that it has to offer. Fennel is an excellent skin cleanser and helps in reducing swelling. It also helps to flush out excess fluids and toxins from your skin. Add fennel seeds to your salads and to your cooking. You can also have a spoonful after lunch or dinner.

6 . Garlic

Garlic is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. It contains a chemical called allicin. Allicin acts as a natural anti-microbial and kills bacteria and viruses that can worsen acne. Add garlic to your daily cooking or have 1-2 cloves of crushed garlic daily to help your skin heal naturally.

7 . Lemon

Lemons are a powerhouse of vitamin C. Vitamin c helps infighting skin inflammation and adds glow to the skin. Have 1 freshly lemon in warm water  first thing in the morning daily and see a visible change in your skin over a couple weeks.

8 . Colorful Fruits

Colorful fruits like papayas, mangoes, and passion fruit contain high content of vitamin A, which is extremely good at fighting acne. Have a serving of these fruits 4-5 days a week. You can replace your cup of coffee with one of these fruits and see your pimples vanish away gradually over 3-4 weeks.

9 . Fish

This might sound strange but fatty fish help in clearing acne and pimples. Fish is an excellent source of omega 3 fatty acids and omega 6 fatty acids. These fatty acids help in reducing inflammation which in turn prevents clogging of pores which leads to acne. Fish like salmon, mackerel are great to reduce acne as well as skin blemishes. Have fish 1-2 times a week. It is best to opt for grilled or boiled to get the maximum benefits.

10 . Nuts

Studies show that deficiency of minerals like zinc and selenium may lead to acne. Nuts like almonds and walnuts are loaded with selenium, copper, zinc, vitamin E, manganese, magnesium, potassium, calcium and iron, which are all essential for healthy skin. So, have a handful of unsalted unprocessed nuts as your mid-day snack and give your skin a punch of skin healthy minerals.
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