Pharmacology

Teaching staff members:

Sr. No. Full Name

Degree

Residential Address e-mail

Mobile No.

Residential Telephone No.

Permanent Address
Professor
1 DR Trivedi

Hiren Rameshchandra.

MBBS M.D. (Pharmacology)

603,Mann sarovar,

Pandit Nehru marg,

Panchvati society,

Jamnagar361002

drhrt13@yahoo.com

9825210878

0288 2770349

0288-2550204ext376,320

 

603,Mann sarovar,

Pandit Nehru marg,

Panchvati society,

Jamnagar361002

Associate Professor
 

1

 

 

 

DR Parmar Dinesh. Mohanbhai.

MBBS M.D. (Pharmacology)

Shagun –II

Flat No 101,First floor

Valkeshwari Nagari,Jamnagar

drdinesh06@rediffmail.com

9898345543

0288-2550204ext376,320

 

Shagun –II

Flat No 101,First floor

Valkeshwari Nagari,Jamnagar

2 Dr. Jadav Shilpa Purushottambhai

MBBS M.D. (Pharmacology)

Shagun –II

Flat No 101,First floor

Valkeshwari Nagari,Jamnagar

drshilpa79@rediffmail.com

9898406547

0288-2550204ext376,320

 

Shagun –II

Flat No 101,First floor

Valkeshwari Nagari,Jamnagar

Assistant Professor
1 DR Sukhlecha

Anupama Gopal singh.

MBBS M.D. (Pharmacology)

D-6/A, doctor’s QtrM.P.Shah medical college campusJamnagar

 

 

anupama_acad@yahoo.co.in

9426978480

0288-2550204ext376,320

 

 

D-6/A, doctor’s QtrM.P.Shah medical college campusJamnagar

 

2 DR Goasai Tushar Rasikpuri

MBBS M.D. (Pharmacology)

3, Raghuvir soc.

Tushar kunj,

Jamnagar

dr.tushar.gosai@gmail.com

9909985726

0288-2550204ext376,320

 

3, Raghuvir soc.

Tushar kunj,

Jamnagar

 

3 DR Suthar

Satish Dashrathlal M.B.B.S. M.D. (Pharmacology)

 

D-27, Doctor Qtr.

 

M. P. Shah Medical College campus, Jamnagar

Satjal_2006in@yahoo.co.in

9327679688

0288-2550204ext376,320

 

D-27, Doctor Qtr.

 

M. P. Shah Medical College campus, Jamnagar

4 DR Dholaria Nirav Keshavlal.

M.B.B.S M.D. (Pharmacology)

701 Maan Sarovar flats,Panchvati society,

 

Jamnagar

 dr_forrestgump@yahoo.co.in

9898936964

0288-2550204 ext 376, 320

701 Maan Sarovar flats,Panchvati society,

 

Jamnagar

5 DR Balat

Jayesh Dineshchandra

MBBS M.D. (Pharmacology)

 

C-5, Doctor Qtr.

 

M. P. Shah Medical College campus, Jamnagar

dr_jac_007@yahoo.com

9727715278,9974330379

0288-2550204ext376,320

 

C-5, Doctor Qtr.

 

M. P. Shah Medical College campus, Jamnagar

 6 Dr. Nishant B. Bhansali

MBBS, M.D. (Pharmacology)

Near St. Gregorios School, Opp. Prabhukrupa Society, Bedi road. Jamnagr-361002 09427978981

Dr.idreamz1785@gmail.com

Near St. Gregorios School, Opp. Prabhukrupa Society, Bedi road. Jamnagr-361002
Tutor
1 DR  Parmar Shailesh Parshomtambhai

MBBS

Chamunda Bhuvan

Near Geeta tailors

Nagnath Gate

Jamnagar361001

drshaileshparmar@yahoo.co.in

9978920579

0288-2550204ext376,320

 

Chamunda Bhuvan

Near Geeta tailors

Nagnath Gate

Jamnagar361001

2 DR R A MISTRY

MBBS MD (Pharmacology)

Shanti residency 2,

NO 302

Krusna nagar main road ,Jamnagar

rusva_1985@yahoo.com

9879140492

 

Shanti residency2,

NO302

Krusna nagar main road ,Jamnagar

3 Dr. Jayeshkumar P. Vaghela D/22 A, Doctor’s Quarter Medicl campus, jamnagar jpv2212@gmail.com

8469112819

D/22 A, Doctor’s Quarter Medicl campus, jamnagar
4 Dr. Krunal Solanki D-18/B, Doctor Qtr.

M. P. Shah Medical College campus, Jamnagar

krunalsolanki9898@gmail.com

9898380213

D-18/B, Doctor Qtr.

M. P. Shah Medical College campus, Jamnagar

5 Dr. Vaniya Hardik V.MBBS ,  M.D. D-10/B Doctors quarters,

MP Shah Medical campus,

Jamnagar-361008

hvaniya@gmail.com9033588656 D-10/B Doctors quarters,

MP Shah Medical campus,

Jamnagar-361008

Departmental facility / infrastructure
a. Lecture Theatre
i. One
ii. 240
b. Demonstration Room
i. Three
ii. 60 students in each
c. Library
i. 316
d. Museum
i. 200
ii. 41
iii No
e. Research Laboratory
i. 1
f. Office Accommodation

i. 9ii. DetailsProfessor and H.O.D : OneAssociate Professor/Reader: Three

Asst. Professor/Lectur : One

Tutor/Demonstrator : Two

Non-teaching and Clerical staff :

g. Laboratory
i. 3
ii. Investigations Performed Adverse drug reactions monitoring, Peripheral pharmacovigilance centre
h. Audio  Visual Teaching aids :
2 LCDs, 1 OHP
i. Seminar Room
number:
One
seating capacity: 30
j. Animal House
Central animal house with 7 rooms of 10 X 10 , registered with CPCSEA (No. 454/01/A), capacity of approx. 50 rats, Approx. 25 mice, approx. 10 rabbit, approx. 10 guinea pig.
Sr. No.
Name of Laboratory
Investigations Performed
1
Clinical Pharmacy Laboratory
Undergraduate practical training
2
Experimental Laboratory
Undergraduate practical training
3
Chemical Laboratory
Undergraduate practical training

Courses offered

a) Degree course _M.D. b) started in year 1964 recognized by MCI from___1971_

d) Number of approved seats by MCI___6____ d) at present admitting _6____ students per year

4. Teaching / Clinical / Field Practice workload

a. Teaching:

[A] THEORY TEACHING:

Course Term Lectures per week
II MBBS I 3
II MBBS II 4
II MBBS III 4
II BDS 2
Laboratory Technicians 1

Total 192 lectures for II MBBS students, 110 lectures for II BDS and 52 lectures for laboratory technician students

[B] PRACTICALS:

Course Term Practicals per week
II MBBS I 2
II MBBS II 2
II MBBS III 2
II BDS 1
Laboratory Technicians Ten practicals in a month

Total 39 practicals for II MBBS students, 13 practicals for II BDS and 10 practicals for laboratory technician students

Present / Past PG Students:

a) Degree

Sr. No Year of admission Name of students CategoryGeneral / SEBC / SC / ST / Other / All India PG teacher under whom registered
1 2016 DR Arun Keshwala SEBC DR. H R TRIVEDI
2 2016 DR Ankur Chaudhari ST DR. D.M. Parmar
3 2016 Dr. Nikita Parmar SEBC DR. S. P. Jadav
Sr no Year of admission Name of students CategoryGeneral/SEBC/SC/ST

/Other/All India

PG TeacherUnder whom registered
1 2015 Doshi Pratik Gen(state) Dr Shilpa Jadav
2 2015 Patel Kamal B Gen(All India) Dr Anupama Sukhlecha
3 2015 Apte shyali Pramod Gen(All India) Dr Gosai Tushar
No Year of admission Name of students CategoryGeneral / SEBC / SC / ST / Other / All India PG teacher under whom registered
1 2014 DR CHOKSHI SHREYA A GENERAL(ALL INDIA) DR TUSHAR GOSAI
2 2014 DR SHARMA JAY B GENERAL(ALL INDIA) DR H R TRIVEDI
3 2014 DR PATEL KHYATI M ST(STATE) DR SHILPA JADAV
4 2014 DR PARMAR SHAILESH P GENERAL(STATE) DR H R TRIVEDI
5 2014 DR DESAI BHARATI  L GENERAL (STATE) DR D.M. PARMAR
6 2014 DR DHANANI JAGRUTI G GENERAL(STATE) DR ANUPAMA SUKHLECHA

Sr. no.

Year of Admission

Name of Student

Category

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

PG teacher under whom registered

1

2013

Dr Purvi Tanna

General(state)

Dr. H.R. Trivedi

2

2013

Dr Jayesh Vaghela

SEBC(State)

Dr. A.P. Singh

3

2013

Dr.Dolly Asnani

SEBC(State)

Dr.D.M.Parmar

4

2013

Dr Archana Chudhari

ST(state )

Dr. A.P. Singh

5

2013

Dr.Priyanka Hotha

ST(State)

Dr.S.P.Jadav

6

2012

DR.RUTVIJ HADEMBA

SC(All India)

Dr. H.R. Trivedi

7

2012

DR.CHINTAN DOSHI

General (State )

Dr. H.R. Trivedi

8

2012

DR.VARSHA KUMARI

General (State )

Dr. A.P. Singh

9

2012

DR.BANSARI PATEL

General(State )

Dr.D.M.Parmar

10

2012

DR.NISHITA DARJI

SEBC(State )

Dr.S.P.Jadav

Sr. no. Year of Admission Name of Student CategoryGeneral / SEBC / SC / ST / Other / All India PG teacher under whom registered
   11 2011 DR JITENDRA AGRAWAL General (State) Dr. H.R. Trivedi
   12 2011 DR HARDIK VANIYA SC Dr. H.R. Trivedi
   13 2011 DR NIRAV PATEL SEBC (State) Dr. A.P. Singh
14 2010 DR NIL DESAI General (All India) Dr. S.D. Mistry
15 2010 DR HIREN PRAJAPATI General (All India) Dr. H.R. Trivedi
16 2010 DR RUSVA MISTRY SEBC (State) Dr. H.R. Trivedi
17 2010 DR KRUNAL SOLANKI General (State) Dr. A.P. Singh
18 2010 DR NISARG JOSHI General (State) Dr. S.D. Mistry
19 2009 DR YASH GOYAL General (All India) Dr. A.P. Singh
20 2009 DR NISHANT BHANSALI General (All India) Dr. S.D. Mistry
21 2009 DR JIYO CHAKO General Dr. H.R. Trivedi
22 2008 DR SATISH SUTHAR SEBC Dr. S.D. Mistry
23 2008 DR PRASHANT DALVI General (All India) Dr. S.D. Mistry
24 2008 DR DINESH CHAVADA ST Dr. S.D. Mistry
25 2007 DR HIREN PRAJAPATI SEBC Dr. H.R. Trivedi
26 2007 DR SHRADHHANAND SINGH General Dr. H.R. Trivedi
27 2007 DR NIRAV DHOLARIA General Dr. H.R. Trivedi
28 2006 DRTUSHAR GOSAI SEBC Dr. H.R. Trivedi
29 2005 DR KIRAN PIPARAVA General Dr. H.R. Trivedi
30 2005 DR JAY HAPANI General
31 2004 DR ANUPAMA SUKHLECHA General Dr. H.R. Trivedi
32 2004 DR NUTAN GOSWAMI SEBC Dr. H.R. Trivedi
33 2004 DR BHUMIKA PATEL General Dr. H.R. Trivedi
34 2004 DR MUKESH VORA SC Dr. H.R. Trivedi
35 2003 DRKIRTIDA TANDEL SEBC Dr. B.K. Shah
36 2003 DR T G SHAH General Dr. B.K. Shah
37 2003 DR N H PATEL General Dr. B.K. Shah
38 2002 DR B B MAKAWANA General Dr. B.K. Shah
39 2002 DR SP JADAV SC Dr. B.K. Shah
40 2001 DR. B.M. PUROHIT General Dr. B.K. Shah
41 2001 DR VM VAISHNAVI General Dr. B.K. Shah
42 2001 DR D M PARMAR General Dr. B.K. Shah
43 2000 DR ANIL SINGH General Dr. B.K. Shah
44 2000 DR NILANK SHAH General Dr. B.K. Shah
45 2000 DR A R KUBAVAT SEBC Dr. P.S. Karelia
46 1996 DR. KSHAMA HEGDE General
47 1974 DR. P.S. KARELIA
48 1964 DR. M.H. PANJWANI
49 DR. B.R. SAINATH
50 1963 DR. K.C. DAVE
51 1963 DR. B.P. UDWADIA

Publications from the Department

            1. M V Gajera ,B K Shah Sources of activator calcium in angiotensin II induced contractions of isolated frog aorta.J clin Exp Res 2015;3:174-176

2.      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 of Basic Clin Pharmacol 2014;3:465-9.

3.      Mistry RA, Singh A, Nayak B, Trivedi HR. Fetal congenital malformations associated with letrozole used for anovulatory infertility.  J Clin Exp Res 2014;2:99-102.

4.      Mistry RA, Solanki KC, Prajapati HK, Doshi TM, Trivedi HR. Drug utilization pattern of antiseizure drugs and their adverse effects in the pediatric population, in a tertiary care hospital attached to a medical college.  Int J of Basic Clin Pharmacol 2014;3:336-42.

5.      Yash N. Goyal, Krunal C. Solanki, Rusva A. Mistry, NIsarg D Joshi, Anil P. Singh, Maganlal V Gajera. Pattern of adverse drug reactions due to cancer chemotherapy in tertiary care hospital in Gujarat. International Journal of Scientific Research 2014;3:333-5.

6.      Solanki KC, Mistry RA, Singh AP, Jadav SP, Patel NM, Trivedi HR. Drug utilization study of antihypertensive drugs and their adverse effects in patients of tertiary care hospital. J Clin Exp Res 2013;1:58-67.

7.       Nisarg D Joshi,Hiren K PPrajapati,Krunal  C  Solanki,Anupama Sukhlecha, Hiren R Trivedi,Maganlal V Gajera,Bhadresh R vyas.Pattern of adverse events following immunization in an Indian teaching hospital.International journal of medical science and public health 2013,vol 2 Issue1

8.      Dalvi PS, Singh A, Trivedi HR, Ghanchi FD, Parmar DM, Mistry SD. Effect of doxycycline in patients of moderate to severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease with stable symptoms. Ann Thorac Med 2011;6:221-6.

9.      Anand NI, Parmar DM, Sukhlecha A. Comparison of combinations of ciprofloxacin-metronidazole and ceftriaxone-metronidazole in controlling operative site infections in obstetrics and gynecological surgeries: A retrospective study. J Pharmacol Pharmacother 2011;2:170-3.

10.       Goswami NN, Trivedi HR, Goswami AP, Patel TK, Tripathi CB. Antibiotic sensitivity profile of bacterial pathogens in postoperative wound infections at a tertiary care hospital in Gujarat, India. J Pharmacol Pharmacother 2011;2:158-64.

11.   Dalvi PS, Singh A, Trivedi HR, Mistry SD, Vyas BR. Adverse drug reaction profile of oseltamivir in children. J Pharmacol Pharmacother 2011;2:100-3.

12.   Piparva KG, Parmar DM, Singh AP, Gajera MV, Trivedi HR. Drug utilization study of psychotropic drugs in outdoor patients in a teaching hospital. Indian J Psychol Med 2011;33:54-8.

13.  Parmar DM, Jadav SP. Once-weekly exenatide in type 2 diabetes. Int J Diabetes Dev Ctries 2011; 31:121-2

14.   Jadav SP, Parmar DM. Critical appraisal of irrational drug combinations: A call for awareness in undergraduate medical students. J Pharmacol Pharmacother 2011; 2:45-8.

15.   Mistry SD, Trivedi HR, Parmar DM, Dalvi PS, Jiyo C. Impact of proton pump inhibitors on efficacy of clopidogrel: Review of evidence. Indian J Pharmacol 2011; 43: 183-6.

Indexed Publications from the Department 2009 onwards: nil

Ongoing research project (Dissertation) :

Sr. No Project Title Name of the Student Name of the Guide Advisor / Co-guides Status Remarks
1 Pattern of adverse drug reaction in children attending the pediatrics department in tertiary care hospital—A prospective observational study Dr. sayali Apte Dr. Tushar Gosai On going
2 Antimicrobial susceptibility pattern of urinary tract pathogens in tertiary care hospital Dr. kamal patel Dr. Anupama Sukhlecha On going
3 Pattern of adverse drug reactions experienced by tuberculosis patients in a tertiary care hospital Dr. Pratik Doshi Dr. Shilpa Jadav On going
04 A Comparison of Efficacy  of Acetaminophen with Nonsteroidal  Anti-inflammatory Agents Versus Single Agent  in the Treatment of Acute Post-Operative Pain: A Meta-Analysis Dr. Shreya Anilkumar Chokshi Dr. Tushar R Gosai Ongoing
05 A Study of Prescribing Pattern in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus  with co-existing Hypertension in a Tertiary Care Hospital Dr. Jay Kumar Sharma Dr. Hiren R Trivedi Ongoing
06 Drug Utilization Study in Post-Operative Patients in Surgical Ward of Tertiary Care Hospital Attached with a Medical College Dr. Khyati Maganbhai Patel Dr. Shilpa  P Jadav Ongoing
07 A Study of Utilization Pattern of Drugs in HIV-positive Patients at Antiretroviral Therapy Centre of a  Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital Dr. ShaileshParsotambhaiParmar Dr. Hiren R Trivedi Ongoing
08 Drug Utilization Study in Respiratory Disorders in InPatients of Medicine Ward in a Tertiary Care Hospital Dr. Bharatiben Laxmanbhai Desai Dr. Dinesh M Parmar Ongoing
09 Study of Adverse Drug Reactions in the Out-Patients of Department of Dermatology, Venerology and Leprology of G.G. Hospital,  Jamnagar Dr. Jagruti Gordhanbhai Dhanani Dr. Anupama G Sukhlecha Ongoing

Sr. No Project Title Name of the Student Name of the Guide Advisor / Co-guides Status Remarks
12 Pattern of adverse drug reaction in children attending

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

DR SAYALI APTE DR TUSHAR

GOSAI

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

PATEL

BALDEVBHAI

DR AG

SUKHLECHA

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

DOSHI

DR S P JADAV
15 Drug Utilization Study in ENT department of Tertiary Care Hospital DR NIRALI

GAJERA

DR H R

TRIVEDI

Other Ongoing research projects :

1) An Audit of Drug Package Inserts: A Survey Based Study in India.

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)Mobile: 9825210878Email: drhrt13@yahoo.com
M.P. Shah Medical College, P.N. Marg, Jamnagar Mobile: 09825210878Email: drhrt13@yahoo.com 2. Dr. D.M. ParmarMobile: 98983 45543Email:drdinesh06@rediffmail.com

List of Non teaching staff

No Name Designation
1 Tammna ben Parmar Lab technician
2 Shree Habib bhai moyava Lab Assistant
3 Mrs.Shobhana ben Bhatt Daftari
4 Shree Laljibhai Ghavari Animal technician
5 Shree Deepakbhai Narola Lab attendant
6 Shree Pravinbhai  Merubhai Sweeper

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.      Cooks Pole climbing Apparatus.
5.      Electronic stimulator – Grass
6.      Photo actometer
7.      Tablet disintegration machine
8.      Mettler – analytical balance
9.      Deionizer
10. Waterbath (Thermostatic)
11. Soxhlette apparatus.
12. E.C.G.
13. Rotarod assembly (prepared in the deptt.)
14. Analgesiometer
15. Convulsiometer
16. Slow injection device
17. Langendorff apparatus
18. 3 channel Physiograph for recording various responses with accessories Departmental activity- Adverse drug reactions monitoring
 
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