Prevalence and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Pattern of Bacterial Isolates in a Tertiary Care Hospital: A Retrospective Study

Background: Antimicrobial drugs are any agents that work against microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. When bacteria or other microbes become resistant to the effects of a drug after being exposed to it, this is referred to as antimicrobial resistance. Bacterial species that are susceptible to a specific drug are naturally resistant. The […]

Phytochemical and Pharmacological Analysis of Commiphora mukul for Anti-depressant Activity in Albino Mice

Depression is a multifaceted mood disorder that has been classified and treated in numerous ways. Despite the fact that a number of synthetic drugs are used as standard treatment for clinically depressed patients, they have side effects that can jeopardize the therapeutic treatment. For thousands of years, many plants and formulations have been used to […]

Study on Designing and Quality Aspects of Aseptic Process Simulation

Aseptic process simulation is a critical validation technique used before introducing a new product or aseptic process into the facility, as well as to demonstrate at regular intervals that existing manufacturing operations are carried out under aseptic conditions. This review discusses the nature of the study involved in aseptic process simulation, as well as the […]

Neurological Pain Study in Animals with Proposed Analgesic Mechanism Profiles

Pain is the most natural sensation in our bodies, and it plays an important role in protecting all organisms from severe harm. It is the most complicated topic in neurological research of all time, and yet no scientist has been able to clearly justify all of the mechanisms mediated by pain receptors. Of course, there […]

CP-MLR Directed QSAR Rationales for the 1-aryl Sulfonyl Tryptamines as 5-HT6 Receptor Ligands: An Advanced Study

Using Dragon descriptors, a QSAR study was conducted to rationalize the 5-HT6 receptor binding affinities of the 1-aryl sulfonyl tryptamine derivatives. To improve binding affinity, a higher value of molecular symmetry and topology accounting Randic shape index descriptor PW4 (path/walk 4) would be preferable. The presence of more bromine atoms (descriptor nBR) and such structural […]

Indian Black-Berry (Syzygium cumini) Seed Flour in Diabetic Study

Objective: To optimize recipes incorporating Indian black berry (Syzygium cumini) seed flour in biscuits for organoleptic feel and assess its impact on Type 2 diabetes mellitus anthropometric status. Methods: The study included 20 people with Type 2 diabetes and 20 people with normal blood sugar levels. Biscuits were made with four blends of Syzygium cumini […]

Treatment of Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis: A Review

Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis is a liver disease caused by metabolic dysfunction that has become one of the leading causes of cirrhosis and liver transplantation in the United States. The two most common risk factors for nonalcoholic steatohepatitis are obesity and insulin resistance, with patients frequently exhibiting metabolic syndrome symptoms. Patients who can modify these risk factors […]

Determining the Intravenous Medication Administration Errors and Trying to Find Solutions

Intravenous errors are among the most common and common medical errors, but no direct causes have been identified. The most common expression of errors in hospitals is the theory of human error, which can endanger patients’ lives. Medication errors, whether caused by negligence, omissions, or a lack of education and experience, remain errors and causes […]

Determination of Duplicated Optic Canals in Eastern Indian Human Skulls from India

Optic canal duplication is a rare condition that affects both sexes, people of all ages, and people of different races. The purpose of this study was to determine the prevalence of optic canal duplication and to investigate its clinical and developmental implications. Methods: For the study, 100 dry human skulls of both sexes and ages […]

Investigating the Possible Cardio-Protective Effects of Telmisartan against 5-Fluorouracil- Induced Cadiotoxicity in Wister Rats

The purpose of this study was to look into the protective effects of telmisartan against 5-FU-induced cardiotoxicity in Wister rats. Methods: Thirty-six Wister rats were divided into six groups at random: I, a negative control who received normal saline (2 ml/kg) orally for 30 days; II, a positive control who received normal saline (2 ml/kg/day) […]