Pharmacology Publications

Department of Pharmacology

ate: 11th March, 2019

Departmental Publications list- Year 2019

Dr. ManojKumar Surabh

    1. ThummarMH,PatelTK,GodboleVY,Saurabh MK. Comparison of Beers criteria and EU(7) potentially inappropriate medications list for the potentially inappropriate medications in Indian elderly inpatients. Int J Basic ClinPharmacol2019;8:1106-14.
    2. Patel PB, Patel T, Saurabh MK, Thakkar S. Perceptions and Effectiveness of Use of E-Learning in Pharmacology Education. J ClinDiagn Res 2018; 12: FC12-FC16.
    3. Patel PB, Patel TK, Anturlikar S, KhatunS, Bhabhor P, Saurabh MK. Adverse drug reactions reporting by undergraduatemedical students in a tertiary care teaching hospital of India: Content and quality analysis in comparison to physician reporting. PerspectClin Res 2017;8:13.
    4. Khuteta NK, Saurabh MK. Descriptive analysis of theory examination question papers of 2nd MBBS pharmacology of KrantiguruShamjiKrishna VermaKachchh University (Gujarat). Int J Basic ClinPharmacol2017;6:97-103.
    5. Patel T, Saurabh MK, Patel P. Perception of the use of blue printing in a formative theory assessment in pharmacology education. Sultan QaboosUniv Med J. 2016;16:e475-e481.

Dr. Prakash Bhabhor

 1). Patel PB, Patel TK, Anturlikar S, KhatunS, Bhabhor P, Saurabh MK. Adverse drug reactions reporting by undergraduatemedical students in a tertiary care teaching hospital of India: Content and quality analysis in comparison to physician reporting. PerspectClin Res 2017;8:13.

Dr. Parvati Patel

  1. Patel PB, Patel TK.Mortality among patients due to adverse drug reactions that occur following hospitalisation: a meta-analysis.Eur J ClinPharmacol. 2019 Sep;75(9):1293-1307.
  2. Patel PB, Patel T, Saurabh MK, Thakkar S. Perceptions and Effectiveness of E-Learning in Pharmacology Education. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research.2018,12:12-16.
  3. Patel TK, Patel PB. Mortality among patients due to adverse drug reactions that leading to hospitalization: A meta-analysis. European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 2018
  4. Patel PB, Patel TK. Efficacy and safety of aceclofenac in osteoarthritis: A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. European Journal of Rheumatology. 2017; 4(1): 11–18.
  5. Desai N, Patel PB, Shah S, Patel TK, Shah SN, Vatsala E. Prevalence and pattern of antipsychotic induced movement disorders in a tertiary care teaching hospital in India – a cross-sectional study. International Journal of Psychiatry in Clinical Practice. 2017:1-8.
  6. Patel PB, Patel TK, Anturlikar S, Khatun S, Bhabhor P, Saurabh MK. Adverse drug reactions reporting by undergraduate medical students in a tertiary care teaching hospital of India: Content and quality analysis in comparison to physician reporting. Perspectives in Clinical Research. 2017;8:137-144.
  7. Patel NS, Patel TK, Patel PB, Naik VN,Tripathi CB.Hospitalizations due to preventable adverse reactions-a systematic review.Eur J ClinPharmacol. 2017 Apr;73(4):385-398.
  8. Patel T, Saurabh MK, Patel P. Perceptions of the Use of Blueprinting in a Formative Theory Assessment in Pharmacology Education. Sultan QaboosUniv Med J. 2016 Nov;16(4):475-481.
  9. Patel TK, Patel PB. Incidence of Adverse Drug Reactions in Indian Hospitals: A Systematic Review of Prospective Studies. Current Drug Safety. 2016;11(2):128-36.

Dr. Tejas Patel

  1. Patel PB, Patel TK. Mortality among patients due to adverse drug reactions that occur following hospitalisation: a meta-analysis. Eur J ClinPharmacol. 2019 Jun 11. [Epub ahead of print]
  2. Thummar MH, Patel TK, GodboleVY, SaurabhMK. Comparison of Beers criteria and EU(7) potentially inappropriate medications list for the potentially inappropriate medications in Indian elderly inpatients. Int J Basic ClinPharmacol2019;8:1106-14
  3. Patel TK, Patel PB. Mortality among patients due to adverse drug reactions that leading to hospitalization: A meta-analysis. Eur J ClinPharmacol. 2018;74(6):819-32.
  4. Desai N, Patel PB, Shah S, Patel TK, Shah SN, Vatsala E. Prevalence and pattern of antipsychotic induced movement disorders in a tertiary care teaching hospital in India – a cross-sectional study. Int J Psychiatry ClinPract. 2018;22:101-8.
  5. Patel PB, Patel TK, Saurabh MK, Thakkar S. Perceptions and Effectiveness of Use of E-Learning in Pharmacology Education. J Clin Diagnostic Res. 2018;12(7):12-6.
  6. Acharya HR, Barvaliya MJ, Patel TK, Tripathi CB. Acute Hypersensitivity Reaction Related to use of Pantoprazole Lacking Cross-Reactivity with Omeprazole. J Clin Diagnostic Res. 2018;12(6):1-2.
  7. Patel NS, Patel TK, Patel PB, Naik VN, Tripathi CB. Hospitalizations due to preventable adverse reactions-a systematic review. Eur J ClinPharmacol. 2017;73:385-98.
  8. Patel PB, Patel TK. Efficacy and safety of aceclofenac in osteoarthritis: A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Eur J Rheumatol. 2017;4(1):11-8.
  9. Thakkar S, Patel TK, Vahora R, Bhabhor P, Patel R. Cutaneous adverse drug reactions in a tertiary care teaching hospital in India: An intensive monitoring study. Indian J Dermatol2017;62:510-7.
  10. Hirapara HN, Patel TK, Barvaliya MJ, Tripathi C. Drug-induced Stevens–Johnson syndrome in Indian population: A multicentric retrospective analysis. Niger J Clin Pract.2017;20(8):978-3.
  11. Patel PB, Patel TK, Anturlikar S, Khatun S, Bhabhor P, Saurabh MK. Adverse drug reactions reporting by undergraduate medical students in a tertiary care teaching hospital of India: Content and quality analysis in comparison to physician reporting. PerspectClin Res.2017;8:137-144.
  12. Patel TK, Patel PB. Incidence of Adverse Drug Reactions in Indian Hospitals: A Systematic Review of Prospective Studies. Curr Drug Saf. 2016;11(2):128-36.
  13. Patel T, Saurabh MK, Patel P. Perceptions of the Use of Blueprinting in a Formative Theory Assessment in Pharmacology Education. Sultan QaboosUniv Med J. 2016;16:e475-e481.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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