Indian pharmacopoeia

Indian pharmacopoeia

Briefly about Indian pharmacopoeia The govt. of India published the Indian pharmacopoeia in 1946, which served as a supplement to British pharmacopoeia also prescribed to maintain the uniformity and chemical tests to be used to establish identity and purity. They constituted a permanent Indian pharmacopoeia committee in 1948. The first edition of Indian pharmacopoeia was … Read more

Pharmaceutical Associations in india

Pharmaceutical Associations in india

Various Pharmaceutical Associations in India Career for pharmacy professional The career for the registered pharmacist is as follows: Government sector The opportunities are hospital pharmacist, Drug Inspector, Gov. Analyst, Professor, Assistant Professor, Food and Drug Administration, and Health Inspector, etc. Private Sector The opportunities are, Academics (Teaching and Research) in industries the various department, manufacturing … Read more

History of pharmaceutical industry in India

History of pharmaceutical industry: The Allopathic System was introduced by British traders in India. At that time all drugs were imported from Europe, after that India began to manufacturing of drugs. 1901 Bengal chemical and pharmaceutical works at Calcutta (now Kolkata) established by Acharya PC Roy. 1903 A small factory at Bombay (Now Mumbai) was … Read more

History of pharmacy education profession in india

History of pharmacy: In India, formal pharmacy education leads to a degree with the introduction of a 3-years bachelor of pharmacy degree at “Banaras Hindu University in 1937 and 1944 at Punjab University, Lahore (now in Pakistan). Formal training of the compounders was started in 1881 in Bengal, as like pharmacy profession entered India. “Mahadeva … Read more

Atoms, molecules and compounds

The atom is the smallest component of an element that is capable of maintaining stability. An element is a chemical compound that only includes atoms of the same kind; for example, iron only has iron atoms. Multiple atom types can coexist in a molecule. For example, water is a complex that contains both hydrogen and … Read more

Introduction to the study of illness

study of illness

Study of illness: There are many distinct ailments, syndromes, and diseases that range in severity from very mild to extremely serious. Adopting a methodical strategy can make studying anomalies much simpler. When there are unmistakable connections between the causes (aetiology) and the effects of the abnormality (pathogenesis), the causes are described first. Aetiology The disease … Read more

Protection and survival

Protection and survival

Protection and survival: In this section, relevant activities will be outlined under the following headings: protection against the external environment, resistance and immunity, and movement and reproduction. Protection against the external environment The skin on the surface of the body mostly supplies this. The epidermis and the dermis are two layers. The superficial epidermis is … Read more

Internal communication

Communication and the nervous system Internal communication: The nervous system is a rapid communication system. The main components are shown in the figure below. The central nervous system-Internal communication The central nervous system consists of The brain, situated inside the skull The spinal cord extends from the base of the skull to the lumbar region … Read more