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January-March 2022 |
Vol 14 | Issue 1

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Review Article
Antibacterial activity of medicinal plants against uropathogenic Escherichia coli
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are one of the most common bacterial infections with uropathogenic Escherichia coli (UPEC) being the most prevalent causative agent in both complicated and uncomplica...
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Original Article
Exploring community pharmacist's knowledge, attitude, and practice toward the provision of pharmaceutical care. A prospective cross-sectional study from Saudi Arabia
Background: Pharmaceutical care (PC) is the new way of practicing the pharmacist's rule; practicing the PC will improve the quality of life of the patient by providing advices and counsel...
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Detection of astaxanthin at different regions of the brain in rats treated with astaxanthin nanoemulsion
Context: Astaxanthin (Ast), a compound used widely as a dietary supplement, has high antioxidant properties but poor oral bioavailability. To benefit from its nutritional values in cognitive ...
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Trends in practices of self-medication with antibiotics among medical undergraduates in India
Background: Self-medication with antibiotics (SMA) without the consultation of a professional is a serious health concern and can lead to serious health hazard. This study was designed to eva...
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Teaching pharmacovigilance to undergraduate students: Our experience in poor-resource setting
Using medicines associated with adverse drug reactions (ADRs) might cause serious health complications. The pharmacist plays a unique role in monitoring ADRs, either by themselves or with the assist...
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