11 Apr, 2012
Persistent supression of bacterial growth after limited exposure to an antimicrobial is known as post antibiotic effect.
The mechanism of post-antibiotic efect is thought to be one or all of these,
1.Slow recovery of organisms after non-lethal damage to cell structures.
2.persistence of drug at bind.. Continue Reading>>
2 Feb, 2012
free ppt medical ppt Pharmacology
Diuretics are drugs that increase the urine volume.Diuretics are classified based on their efficacy as
1.High Ceiling Diuretics
2.Medium Ceiling Diuretics
3.Low Ceiling Diuretics
Furosemide,torsemide,bumetanide,ethacrynic acid, axosemide, piretanide, tripamide, mersalyl also known as loop diuretics .. Continue Reading>>
6 Nov, 2011
No drug has sparked as much controversy as thalidomide. Originally introduced as a sedative, it was withdrawn from market due to post marketing surveillance reports indicating teratogenicity.
The drug was re-introduced worldwide for a variety of clinical conditions. Thalidomide inhibits angiogenesis.. Continue Reading>>
17 Aug, 2011
Obstetrics pediatrics Pharmacology
Oxytocin – Hyperbilirubinemia in girl babies.
Prolonged cortisone – Adrenal crisis in infants
NSAIDS – Premature closure of Ductus
Dexamethasone – Periventricular Leucomalacia
Medications To The Baby
Chloramphenicol – Grey baby syndrome
Erythromyin – Pyloric Steno.. Continue Reading>>
27 May, 2011
Katzung and Trevors Pharmacology, is the most trusted book for recent updates and protocols. The text is evidence based, thoroughly revised and edited by Bertram G. Katzung , Susan B. Masters , Anthony J. Trevor. The latest edition being the eleventh one, has undergone many changes. From the dull d.. Continue Reading>>
23 Nov, 2010
Irresponsible, Unmonitored usage of drugs in recent years, mainly in developing and under developed countries has contributed to the spread of resistance. Adding to this, the unwillingness of pharma giants to invest in newer anti-microbials have made things even worse. This comprehensive yet cons.. Continue Reading>>