Market Research of Antidote Drugs From Indore City of Madhya Pradesh - India

The present paper through the light on the marketing survey of antidotes and a comparison of drugs, having less drug-drug interaction and adverse drug reaction which benefits the patient's in the treatment of poisoning. Market research was carried from Jan-2008 to August 2008; data's were collected from 3 Doctors and 10 chemist of Indore city.

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Folk Uses of Some Plants Used in the Treatment of Animal Disorders


It is evident that many valuable herbal drugs have been discovered by knowing that particular plant was used by the ancient folk healers for the treatment of some kind of ailment. The detailed survey was carried out by the author to collect information on the medicinal herbs used by the rural and tribes of the region in curing animal disorder.

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Adverse Reactions Due to Drug Interactions

The list of drug interactions is ever increasing and very soon, for intelligent bedside therapeutics, we may require computer technology providing adequate data storage and quick retrieval of relevant information (Hill, Spicer & Weatherall, 1968). A handbook of drug interactions catalogues, in an alphabetical index, a formidable list of interactions (Swidler, 1971)). For rational and safe therapy, the medical students, the residents and the practicing doctors must be
aware of probable drug interactions.

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Artificial Sweeteners: A Market Watch

Artificial sweeteners are so much sweeter than sugar that very small amounts are needed to create a sweet taste. Some sugar substitutes are natural and some are synthetic. The intensely-sweet sugars substitutes have been widely in use are saccharin, aspartame, sucralose, neotame, and acesulfame potassium. Stevia is a comparatively newer Herbal sweetener and are used extensively. The present paper enumerates the market trend of the artifical sweetners worldwide.

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Hirsutism Pathophyiology and Treatment: An Overview

Hirsutism is a symptom rather than a disease and may be a sign of a more serious medical indication, especially if it develops well after puberty. Patients with hirsutism due to hormonal causes will have some disturbances of menstruation, lack of ovulation, acne, deepening of voice, balding and overweight. The present paper reviews the pathophysiology and treatment modes of hirsutism.

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Urine Chemical Analysis and Medical Uses: A Comprhensive Review

Urine is an aqueous solution of waste electrolytes and metabolites excreted by mammals, birds, reptiles, fish and amphibians. Although urine is excreted as a paste (uric acid) by most birds, it is commonly excreted as a fluid varying in color from clear, when dilute, to dark amber, when concentrated.

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