Pharmacology

  1. Teaching Staff Members:
Sr. No. Full Name (Surname, given name, father’s name / husband’s name Degree Teaching Ex. in Years Residential Address e-mail Mobile No. Residential Telephone No. Permanent Address
Professor
1 DR H R TRIVEDI  

M.D. (Pharmacology)

20 years 603,Maan Sarovar Flats.P N Marg.

Panchvati society,

Jamnagar.361008

drhrt13@yahoo.com

 

9825210878

 

0288 2770349

 

603,Maan Sarovar Flats.P N Marg.

Panchvati society,

Jamnagar.

361008

2 DR M V GAJERA  

M.Sc. Ph.D. (Pharmacology)

33 years D-16,staff Qtr

M.P.Shah medical college campus,

Jamnagar

mvgajera@rediffmail.com

 

9428570749

 

0288 2661255

 

D-16,staff Qtr

M.P.Shah medical college campus,

Jamnagar

 

 

Associate Professor
1 DR DM PARMAR M.D. (Pharmacology)

 

16Years 101, Shagun-2, Valkeshwari Nagari,

Jamnagar

drdinesh06@rediffmail.com

 

 

9898345543

 

9898345543

 

101, Shagun-2, Valkeshwari Nagari,

Jamnagar

2 DR S P JADAV M.D. (Pharmacology)

 

15 Years 101, Shagun-2, Valkeshwari Nagari,

Jamnagar

drshilpa79@rediffmail.com 9898406547

 

9898406547

 

101, Shagun-2, Valkeshwari Nagari,

Jamnagar

Assistant Professor
1 DR A G SUKHLECHA  

M.D. (Pharmacology)

 

15 Years D-5/B, doctor’s Qtr

M.P.Shah medical college campus

Jamnagar

 

anupama_acad@yahoo.co.in

 

9426978480

 

 

9426978480

 

 

D-5/B, doctor’s Qtr

M.P.Shah medical college campus

Jamnagar

2 DR TUSHAR GOSAI M.D. (Pharmacology)

 

 

11Years 3,Raghuvir soc.

Tushar kunj

Jamnagar

dr.tushar.gosai@gmail.com

 

9909985726

 

9909985726

 

3,Raghuvir soc.

Tushar kunj

Jamnagar

3 DR SATISH SUTHAR M.D. (Pharmacology)

.

 

9Years D-27,Doctor Qtr

Mp Shah medical college campus Jamnagar

Satjal_2006in@yahoo.co.in 9909025751

 

9909025751

 

D-27

,Doctor Qtr

Mp Shah medical college campus Jamnagar

4 DR NIRAV K DHOLARIA M.D. (Pharmacology)

.

 

10Years 701 Maan Sarovar flats,

Panchvati society,

Jamnagar

dr_forrestgump@yahoo.co.in

 

9898936964

 

9898936964

 

701 Maan Sarovar flats,

Panchvati society,

Jamnagar

5 DR JAYESH BALAT M.D. (Pharmacology)

.

 

9Years C-5,Doctor Qtr

Mp Shah medical college campus Jamnagar

dr_jac_007@yahoo.com 9727715278 9727715278 C-5,Doctor Qtr

Mp Shah medical college campus Jamnagar

6 DR NISHANT BHANSHALI M.D. (Pharmacology)

.

 

8 Years Nr. St. Gregorios School, Opp. Prabhukrupa Society, Bedi Road, Jamnagar-361002 idreamz@yahoo.co.in 9427978981 0288-2753900 Nr. St. Gregorios School, Opp. Prabhukrupa Society, Bedi Road, Jamnagar-361002
Tutor
1 DR S P PARMAR

 

M.D. (Pharmacology)

.

 

6years 402, “Pearl Opera”

Khodiyar colony,

Besides Crystal mall, Jamnagar. 361006.

 

drshaileshparmar@yahoo.co.in

 

9978920579

 

9978920579

 

402, “Pearl Opera”

Khodiyar colony,

Besides Crystal mall, Jamnagar. 361006

2 DR. KRUNAL SOLANKI M.D. (Pharmacology)

 

7 years D-18/B, Doctor Qtr.

M. P. Shah Medical College campus, Jamnagar

krunalsolanki9898@gmail.com

 

9898380213 9898380213 D-18/B, Doctor Qtr.

M. P. Shah Medical College campus, Jamnagar

3 DR VAGHELA JAYESHKUMAR PRAFULBHAI M.D. (Pharmacology)

.

 

4 years D-22, Doctor Qtr.

M. P. Shah Medical College campus, Jamnagar

jpv2212@gmail.com +91-8469112819 +91-8469112819 D-22, Doctor Qtr.

M. P. Shah Medical College campus, Jamnagar

4 DR R A MISTRY M.D. (Pharmacology) 7 year Shanti residency2,

NO302

Krisna nagar main road ,Jamnagar

Rusva_1985@yahoo.com 9889140492

 

9889140492 Shanti residency2,

NO302

Krisna nagar main road ,Jamnagar

5  

DR MAKSUD SALOT

 

 

MBBS

.

 

 

19years

“Yasin “New Ghanchivad Near Masjid Rajkot361001  

maksudsalot4@gmail.com

 

 

9274471509

 

9274471509

 

 

“Yasin “New Ghanchivad Near Masjid Rajkot361001
  1. Departmental facility / infrastructure

 

  1. Lecture Theatre One              ii. 300
  2. Demonstration Room Four              ii. 60 students in each
  3. Library 316
  4. Museum                         200   ii. 41                iii 33
  5. Research Laboratory 21
  6. Office Accommodation 14

Professor and H.O.D.                          : 12’x10′ (Two)

 

Associate Professor/Reader                : 12′ x 10′ (Three)

 

Asst. Professor/Lectur                       : 12′ x 10′ (Four)

 

Tutor/Demonstrator    : 12′ x 10′ (Two)

 

Non-teaching and Clerical staff     : 12′ x 10′ (Two)

 

  1. Laboratory (example given below) 4                   ii. Investigations Performed –Adverse drug reactions monitoring,                                                                                                             Peripheral pharmacovigilance centre for clinical departments :

please mention about ward side lab

  1. Clinical Room number            No                   seating capacity: No

 

  1. Audio – Visual Teaching aids : 2 LCDs, 1 OHP
  2. Seminar Room                         number:           One                 seating capacity: 30
  3. Animal House: Central animal house with 7 rooms of 10’ X 10’ , registered with CPCSEA (No. 454/01/A),

Available animals: 0 rats, Approx.0 mice, . 0 rabbit, . 14 guinea pig.

example table for biochemistry department for item g you may make as per your department

Sr. No. Name of Laboratory Investigations Performed
1 Experimental Laboratory Undergraduate practical training
2 Chemical Laboratory Undergraduate practical training
3 Research Laboratory Undergraduate practical training
4 Clinical Pharmacology Laboratory practical training
  1. Courses offered

 

  1. Degree course _M.D._______     b) started in year ___1955_______ c) recognized by MCI from___1971_
  2. d) Number of approved seats by MCI___6____ d) at present admitting __6______ students per year

 

  1. Diploma course ___No____ b) started in year ___No_____ c) recognized by MCI from _No___ d) Number of approved seats by MCI __No_____ d) at present admitting __No______ students per year
  1. Teaching / Clinical / Field Practice workload
  1. Teaching:[A] THEORY TEACHING:
S. No System Topics No. of       Classes
1. General

Pharmacology Part-I

 

Introduction,     sources   of   drugs   routes   of administration,   pharmacodynamics,     Pha-
rmacokinetics.    factors     affecting     drug
action. Adverse drug reactions.
14
2. A u t o n o m i c Nervous

Svstem

 

Introduction,     sources   of   drugs   routes   of
administration,   pharmacodynamics,     Pha-
rmacokinetics.     factors     affecting     drug
action. Adverse drug reactions.
14
3 Autacoids Histamine     and   antihistaminics.   5-HT   and      antagonists.     Bradykinin.   angiotensin   &
ACE inhibitors, prostaglandins. PAF etc.
04
4 Drugs in respiratory

disorders

 

Bronchial asthma, cough 04
5 Drugs in disorders of   blood

 

Treatment of nutritional anaemias, coagu­

lants and anticoagulants, antiplatelet agents. Thrombolytic agents etc.

07
6 . Drugs in cardiovascular

diseases

Drug therapy of hypertension, angina pectoris and myocardial infarction congestive heart failure, cardiac arrhythmias, Diuretics, hypolipidaemic drugs. 20
7 Antimicrobial agents

and chemotherapy of

diseases

General principles of chemotherapy,
sulfonamides & cotrimoxazole, fluoroq-
ui not ones. Penicillins. Cephalosporins,
other betalactam antibiotics. Aminogl-
y cos ides, tetracyc lines, chloramphenicol,
macrolide antibiotics mise. Antibiotics
antifungal                   & antiviral agents.
Chemotherapy of urinary tract infections.
Sexually transmitted dcseases. Malaria
amoebiasis & other protozoal diseases,
tuberculosis. Leprosy, helminthiases
malignancies etc.
30
8 Drugs for central nervous system disorders.

 

Introduction gencral& local anaesthetics, sedatives & hypnotics, alcohots, anticpi-leptics. opioid analgesics. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs & treatment of rheumatoid arthritis & gout, drugtherapy of migraine, antipsychotics, antidcpress-ants & antianxicty drugs, drug therapy of parkinsonism 25
9 Endocrine pharmacology Introduction pituitary hormones thyroid hormones, & anti-thyroid drugs. Insulin & antidiabetic drugs . corticosteroids, sex hormones, contraceptives & drugs affecting fertility, hormones influencing calcium metabolism etc.

 

15
10 Drugs and uterus Uterine stimulants tocolytics 02
11 Drugs in

gastrointestinal disorders

 

Drug therapy of peptic ucler, vomiting diarrhoea, constipation etc.

 

06
12 Immunomodulators & Misc. drugs.

 

Vaccines and sera. Immunostimulants and
immu no sup press ants       heavy metals,
vitamins etc.
03
13 General

Pharmacology Part II

 

Use of drugs in pacdiatric and geriatric practice . during pregnancy and locat­ion. Presence of liver diseases , kidney diseases. Pharmacogenetics. Drug dependence

Principles         of           dermatological
pharmacology & ocular pharmacology
Drug interactions
Drug development

Concepts of essential drugs & rational drug therapy.

 

08
14 Tutorials 40
Total No of classes                                                                                           192

Notes:

  1. A total of approximately 192 classes are conducted Each class is for the duration of 1

hour. A total of about 190 hours of teaching is imparted.

  1. The curriculum of theory classes is devised in a manner so as to meet the objectives

listed under “(a) knowledge” of ” Regulations on Graduate Medical Education MCI

1997″

[B] PRACTICALS:

 

S. No

Practicals

(No)

Topics No. of Classes Goal Obj’s met
1. Clinical Pharmacy

(6)

– Pharmacy-Definitions measurements, abbrevia­tion

– Formulations: Oral-I (Solids)

– Formulations: Oral-II (Liquids)

– Formulations: Parenteral

– Formulations: Local applications (Topical)

 

 

01

 

01

 

02

 

02

Focusing       on       the     methods   of   admini­stering   drugs,   merits

and demerits of vari­ous dosage forms In­structions to patients & doctors for right

use of drugs

b(4)
2. Interpretati on &

Analysis of Experiment Data (5)

 

– General Pharmacology

– Autonomic Nervous system

03

02

Interpretation        of
experimental data, in
order   to   apply   the
knowledge   to   clini­
cal situations.
b(3)
3. Formulation Evaluation

(11)

– Introduction

– Haematinic preparations

– Drug formulatins for cough & cold

– Formulations for G.I.T.

disorders

– Drug Formulations for

bronchial Asthma

01

02

02

 

02

To critically evaluate

the     rationality     of

available drug. Formulations   (listed

in various drug indexes) for common condition and devel­op a concept of using essential and ratinal drugs / formulations on the basis.of effic­acy, safety, cost and convenience of admi­nistration

b(4)
4. Prescription (18)

 

– Principles of prescrip­tion   writing.

– Prescriptions involving autonomic nervous system drugs

– Pres. For central nervo­us system disorders

– Pres. Cardiovascular conditions

– Pres. For diseases affecting blood

– Pres   For   diseases o f respiration-Asthma

01

 

02

 

 

02

 

02

 

01

 

01

To develop the skill of prescribing essential and rational drugs for treatment/Control/ relief/ pre­vention of diseases seen commonly in our country. About 100 prescriptions. Evolved after home assignment & discu­ssion.

 

b(1)
S. No. Practicals

(No)

Topics No of Classes Goal Obj’s

Met

Pres. for gastrointestinal disorders

Pres. For endocrine

disorders

Pres. For common

infectious diseases

Misc. prescriptions

 

01

 

02

 

04

 

02

5. Prescription Audit (4)

 

Introduction
Prescription audit
exercises
01

 

03

To develop the skill
of critically auditing the prescriptions issued for common disease conditions in
outdoor practice and
use the same for self
audit so as to
prescribe rationally
b(1)

   Total   39

Notes:

  1. A total of about 39 practicals, each   of the duration of 2 hours. A total teaching of about 80 hours
  1. Present / Past PG Students:
  1. a) Degree
Sr. no. Year of Admission Name of Student Category   General / SEBC / SC / ST / Other / All India PG teacher under whom registered
1. 2016 DR ARUN KESHWALA SEBC(State) DR HR TRIVEDI
2. 2016 DR ANKUR CHAUDHARI ST(STATE) DR DM PARMAR
3. 2016 DR NIKITA PARMAR GENERAL(STATE) DR S P JADAV
4. 2015 DR SHYALI APTE GENERAL(ALL INDIA) DR TUSHAR GOSAI
5. 2015 DR KAMAL BALDEVBHAI PATEL GENERAL(ALL INDIA) DR AGSUKHLECHA
6. 2015 PRATIK M DOSHI GENERAL(STATE) DR S P JADAV
7. 2014 DR CHOKSHI SHREYA A GENERAL(ALL INDIA) DR TUSHAR GOSAI
8. 2014 DR SHARMA JAY B GENERAL(ALL INDIA) DR H R TRIVEDI
9. 2014 DR PATEL KHYATI M ST(STATE) DR SHILPA JADAV
10. 2014 DR PARMAR SHAILESH P GENERAL(STATE) DR H R TRIVEDI
11. 2014 DR DESAI BHARATI L GENERAL (STATE) DR DIPESH PARMAR
12. 2014 DR DHANANI JAGRUTI G GENERAL(STATE) DR ANUPAMA SUKHLECHA
13. 2013 Dr Amit krirshna chavan SC(All India) Dr. H.R. Trivedi
14. 2013 Dr Purvi Tanna General(state) Dr. H.R. Trivedi
15. 2013 Dr Jayesh Vaghela SEBC(State) Dr. A.P. Singh
16. 2013 Dr.Dolly Asnani SEBC(State) Dr.D.M.Parmar
17. 2013 Dr Archana Chudhari ST(state ) Dr. A.P. Singh
18. 2013 Dr.Priyanka Hotha ST(State) Dr.S.P.Jadav
19. 2012 DR.RUTVIJ HADEMBA SC(All India) Dr. H.R. Trivedi
20. 2012 DR.CHINTAN DOSHI General (State ) Dr. H.R. Trivedi
21. 2012 DR.VARSHA KUMARI General (State ) Dr. A.P. Singh
22. 2012 DR.BANSARI PATEL General(State ) Dr.D.M.Parmar
23. 2012 DR.NISHITA DARJI SEBC(State ) Dr.S.P.Jadav
24. 2011 DR.JITENDRA AGRAWAL General (State ) Dr. H.R. Trivedi
25. 2011 DR HARDIK VANIYA SC(All India) Dr. H.R. Trivedi
26. 2011 DR NIRAV PATEL SEBC(State) Dr. A.P. Singh
27. 2010 DR NIL DESAI General (All India) Dr. S.D. Mistry
28. 2010 DR HIREN PRAJAPATI General (All India) Dr. H.R. Trivedi
29. 2010 DR RUSVA MISTRY SEBC (State) Dr. H.R. Trivedi
30. 2010 DR KRUNAL SOLANKI General (State) Dr. A.P. Singh
31. 2010 DR NISARG JOSHI General (State) Dr. S.D. Mistry
32. 2009 DR JIYO CHAKO General Dr. H.R. Trivedi
33. 2009 DR NISHANT BHANSALI General (All India) Dr. S.D. Mistry
34. 2009 DR YASH GOYAL General (All India) Dr. A.P. Singh
35. 2008 DR PRASHANT DALVI General (All India) Dr. S.D. Mistry
36. 2008 DR DINESH CHAVADA ST Dr. S.D. Mistry
37. 2008 DR SATISH SUTHAR SEBC Dr. S.D. Mistry
38. 2007 DR NIRAV DHOLARIA General Dr. H.R. Trivedi
39. 2007 DR SHRADHHANAND SINGH General Dr. H.R. Trivedi
40. 2007 DR HIREN PRAJAPATI SEBC Dr. H.R. Trivedi
41. 2006 DRTUSHAR GOSAI SEBC Dr. H.R. Trivedi
42. 2005 DR JAY HAPANI General
43. 2005 DR KIRAN PIPARAVA General Dr. H.R. Trivedi
44. 2004 DR MUKESH VORA Dr. H.R. Trivedi
45. 2004 DR NUTAN GOSWAMI SEBC Dr. H.R. Trivedi
46. 2004 DR ANUPAMA SUKHLECHA General Dr. H.R. Trivedi
47. 2003 DR NH PATEL General Dr. B.K. Shah
48. 2003 DR T G SHAH General Dr. B.K. Shah
49. 2003 DRKIRTIDA TANDEL Dr. B.K. Shah
50. 2002 DR SP JADAV SC Dr. B.K. Shah
51. 2002 DR B B MAKAWANA General Dr. B.K. Shah
52. 2001 DR D M PARMAR General Dr. B.K. Shah
53. 2001 DR VM VAISHNAVI General Dr. B.K. Shah
54. 2001 DR. B.M. PUROHIT General Dr. B.K. Shah
55. 2000 DR A R KUBAVAT SEBC Dr. P.S. Karelia
56. 2000 DR NILANK SHAH General Dr. B.K. Shah
57. 2000 DR ANIL SINGH General Dr. B.K. Shah
58. 1996 DR. KSHAMA HEGDE General
59. 1974 DR. P.S. KARELIA
60. 1964 DR. M.H. PANJWANI
61. 1963 DR. B.P. UDWADIA
62. 1963 DR. K.C. DAVE
63. DR. B.R. SAINATH
  1. b) Diploma: No
Sr. no. Year of Admission Name of Student Category

General / SEBC / SC / ST / Other / All India

PG teacher under whom registered
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
  1. Publications from the Department
  • Bhansali NB, Goyal YN, Jiyo, C, Parmar DM. Ibuprofen plus paracetamol induced maculopapular skin eruptions. J Clin Exp Res 2013;1:20-21.

 

  • Gajera MV, Chhaiya, SB, Parmar, DM, Shah BK. Frog aorta: An experimental tool for study of action of angiotensin II. J Clin Exp Res 2013;1:6-11.

 

  • Jadav SP, Parmar DM. Combination of aliskiren and amlodipine in hypertension. J Clin Exp Res 2013;1:2-5.

 

  • Parmar DM. Chief editor’s message to readers. J Clin Exp Res 2013;1:1.
  • Prajapati HK, Joshi ND, Trivedi HR, Parmar MC, Jadav SP, Parmar DM, Kareliya JG. Adverse drug reaction monitoring in psychiatric outpatient department of a tertiary care hospital. Natl J Integr Res Med 2013;4:102-106.

 

  • Krunal C SOlanki, Rusva A Mistry, Anil P Singh, Shilpa P Jadav, Nirav M Patel, Hiren R Trivedi. Drug Utilization Study Of Anti-Hypertensive Drugs And Their Adverse Effects In Patients Of Tertiary Care Hospital. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Research 2013;1(3):58-67.

 

  • Rusva A Mistry, Krunal C Solanki, Hiren K Prajapati, Tejas M Doshi, Hiren Trivedi. Drug Utilization Pattern Of Anti-Seizure Drugs And Their Adverse Effects In The Pediatric Population In Tertiary Care Hospital Attached To A Medical College. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol.2014 Apr;3(2):336-342.

 

  • Yash N Goyal, Nishant B Bhansali, Krunal C Solanki, Rusva A Mistry, Anil P Singh. Assessment Of Efficacy And Safety Of Artesunate Plus Sulfadoxine Pyrimethamine Combination For Treatment Of Uncomplicated Falciparum Malaria. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol. 2014;3(3):465-9

 

  • Vaniya HV, Agrawal JM, Patel NM, Trivedi HR, Balat JD, Jadav SP, Chawda DA. Antimicrobial drug utilization pattern in neonatal sepsis in a tertiary care hospital. J Clin Exp Res 2014; 2:110-114.

 

  • Dinesh A chavda, Rusva A Mistry, Krunal C. Solanki, Satish D Suthar, Bharti L Desai, Suresh D Mistry. Drug Utilization Study in the In patients of Pediatric Department of a Tertiary Care Hospital. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol. 2015;4(4):729-733

 

  • Darji NH, Vaniya HV, Doshi CM, Hedamba RH, Jadav SP, Trivedi HR. Prescription audit in the inpatients of a tertiary care hospital attached with medical college. J Clin Exp Res 2015; 3:197-200.

 

  • Nirav M Patel, Hardik V Vaniya, Jitendra M Agrawal, Jayesh D Balat, Anil P Singh, Hiren R Trivedi. Adverse drug reaction monitoring on antiretroviral therapy in human immunodeficiency virus patients in a tertiary care hospital. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol.2016;4(5):907-11.

 

  • Aasani DS, Chaudhari AG, Parmar DM, Mistry RA, Trivedi HR. A study of morbidity pattern and drug usage in pediatric inpatients in tertiary teaching care hospital. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2016;5:2038-44.

 

  • Hotha PP, Jadav SP, Trivedi HR. Adverse drug reactions: a retrospective review of hospitalized psychiatric patients at tertiary care hospital. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol. 2016; 5(5): 2051-2060.
  • Darji NH, Jadav SP, Doshi C, Hedamba R, Mistry R, Trivedi H. An intensive monitoring of adverse drug reaction in indoor patients of medicine department at tertiary care teaching hospital. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2016;5:742-7.

 

Sukhlecha A, Jadav SP, Gosai TR, Balusamy D. Student-led objective tutorials in Pharmacology: An interventional study. Indian J Pharmacol 2016;48,S1:83-8

  1. Ongoing research project (Dissertation):-

 

Sr. No Project Title Name of the Student Name of the Guide Advisor / Co-guides Status Remarks
1 Drug utilization pattern of antimicrobial agents in the medical and surgical intensive care unit of tertiary care hospital DR ARUN KESHWALA DR H R TRIVEDI
2 Adrug utilization pattern of psychotropic drugs and adverse drug raction of antipsychotic drugs in psychiatric out patient and in patient department at tertiary care teaching hospital DR ANKUR CHAUDHARI DR D M PARMAR
3 Pattern of adverse drug reaction in geriatric patients attending the department of medicine in tertiary care centre :a prospective observational study. DR NIKITA PARMAR DR S P JADAV
4 Pattern of adverse drug reaction in children attending

The pediatric department in tertiary care hospital-A prospective observational study

DR SHYALI APTE DR TUSHAR

GOSAI

5 Antimicrobial susceptibility of urinary tract pathogens in tertiary care hospital attached with a medical college. DR KAMAL

PATEL

BALDEVBHAI

DR AG

SUKHLECHA

 

 

6 Pattern of adverse drug reactions experienced by tuberculosis patients in a tertiary care hospital PRATIK M

DOSHI

DR S P JADAV
  1. Contact Details:

Departmental Address                        Details of Head of the Department                Details of Contact person (1 or 2) from the

Department

Department of Pharmacology Dr.H.R Trivedi, MD (Pharmacology)                      1. Dr. H.R. Trivedi, MD (Pharmacology)

M.P. Shah Medical College,               Mobile: 09825210878                                                          Mobile: 09825210878

Email: drhrt13@yahoo.com                                              Email: drhrt13@yahoo.com

P.N. Marg,

Jamnagar

  1. Dr. D.M. Parmar

Mobile: 98983 45543

Email: drdinesh06@rediffmail.com

  1. List of Non teaching staff
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Habib bhai Miyava Laboratory assistant
2 Tammana Parmar Laboratory assistant
3 Shobhana Ben Bhatt Store keeper-cum- Clerk
4 Sarswati Ben Chauhan Attendant
5 Shree Pravin Merubhai Sweeper
  1. List of important equipments available in the department & their functional status

(1)    Flame photometer (Automatic digital with in built computerized
printing device and useful for estimating Lithium in addition to sodium and potassium).

(2)     Spectrophotometer – UV / visible.

(3)     Colorimeter (Klett-Summerson)

(4)     Cook’s Pole climbing Apparatus.

(5)     Electronic stimulator – Grass

(6)     Photo actometer

(7)     Tablet disintegration machine

(8)     Mettler – analytical balance.

(9)    De ionizer

(10)   Waterbath (Thermostatic)

(11)  Refrigerated centrifuge (Shared with microbiology)

(12)  Soxhlette apparatus.

(13)   E.C.G.

(14)   Rotarod assembly (prepared in the deptt.)

(15)   Plethysmograph (For rat paw oedema – prepared in the deptt)

(16)   Analgesiometer

(17)    Convulsiometer

(18)    Slow injection device

(19)    Langendorff apparatus

(20) 3 channel Physiograph for recording various responses with accessories

 

 

 

 
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