Pharmacology

Pediatrics including Neonatology

About the Department

The Department of Pharmacology was started in 2010. Since then it is significantly contributing to undergraduate teaching and Research. The focus of Research is in the area of Pharmacovigilance, meta-analysis and medical education. The Department is running the adverse drug Reaction monitoring centre (AMC) under the aegis of Pharmacovigilance program of India (PvPl).

Our department has two demonstration room, one museum, one experimental pharmacology laboratory, one clinical pharmacy laboratory, one research laboratory and one seminar cum library.

Objective: To acquire knowledge and develop skills as under

Knowledge

  1. Describe the pharmacokinetics & pharmacodynamic properties of essential & commonly used drugs
  2. Understand the indications & contraindications, interactions and adverse reactions of commonly used drugs & precautions to be observed while using those drugs
  3. Develop full understanding about the use of appropriate drugs, efficacy, safety, convenience, cost in diseases
  4. Understand the pharmacological basis & clinical presentation, diagnosis, management of common poisonings
  5. Understanding the drugs of addiction and management strategies of the same
  6. Classify environmental & occupational pollutants and consider the management strategy for the same
  7. Understanding the precautions to be taken while using drugs in pregnancy, lactation, geriatric and paediatric patients.
  8. Understanding the concept of rational drug therapy
  9. Understanding the concept of essential drugs
  10. Understanding the process of new drug development

Skills

  1. Prescribe the drug accurately for common ailments
  2. Recognize adverse reactions and interactions of commonly used drugs
  3. Understand the experimental designs for study of the effects of the drug & develop
  4. Critically analyse the given prescription for the given problem considering the principles of rational therapy
  5. Scan information on common pharmaceutical preparations and critically evaluate the drug formulations

Staff Details

Sir .No Name Designation Mobile No. E-Mail id
1 Dr. Manoj  Kumar  Saurabh Professor & Head 7043010903/8154984401 manojkumarsaurabh@yahoo.co.in
2 Dr. Prakash H. Bhabhor Associate professor 9925014449 drbhabhor@gmail.com
3 Dr. Parvati  B. Patel Associate professor 9979858106 dr_parvati1211@yahoo.co.in
4 Dr. Tejas  K. Patel Assistant Professor 9909105876 Dr.tkp2006@yahoo.co.in
5 Dr. Sahila Khatun Tutor 9725500837 Sahila21@gmail.com
6 Dr. Jignesh  S. Chaudhari Tutor 9825750208 Jigneshchaudhari314@yahoo.com
7 Dr. Anand  J. Amin   Tutor 9428445389 Anandamin612@gmail.com

Publications (Last 3 years)

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

 

  • 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]
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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. 
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

 

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.

III-SEMESTER

Day 8.30am to 11.30 am11.30 am to 12.30 pm12.30 pm to 1.30pm1.30 pm to 2.30 pm

2.30 pm to 3.30 pm

 

3.30 pm to 5.00 pm

Practicals

 

Monday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLINICAL           POSTING

Microbiology

Lecture

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LUNCH HOUR

Pathology

Lecture

Pharmacology

Lecture

PHARM. A

Tutorial-B

FM-C

Tuesday Tutorial

F.M.

Lecture

Microbiology

Lecture

PHARM-B

PATHO-A

Tutorial-C

Wednesday

F.M.

Lecture

Pharmacology Lecture

Pathology

Lecture

PHARM-C

PATHO-B

MICRO-A

Thursday

Pathology

Lecture

Pharmacology Lecture

PSM

Lecture

PATHO-C

MICRO-B

FM-A

Friday Pharmacology Lecture

F.M.

Lecture

Pathology 

Lecture

MICRO –C

FM -B

Tutorial-A

Saturday

Microbiology

Lecture

Tutorial _______________________________________________________

IV-SEMESTER

Day 8.30am to 11.30 am11.30 am to 12.30 pm12.30 pm to 1.30pm1.30 pm to 2.30 pm

2.30 pm to 3.30 pm

 

3.30 pm to 5.00 pm

 

Practicals

Monday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLINICAL           POSTING

 

 

 

 

Clinical Lecture

 

 

 

 

LUNCH HOUR

 

 

 

Forensic Lecture

 

Microbiology

Lecture

MICRO
Tuesday

Pharmacology

Lecture

 

Pathology

Lecture

F.M.
Wednesday

Pathology

Lecture

Pharmacology

Lecture

 

TUTORIAL

 

Thursday

Microbiology

Lecture

Pathology

Lecture

PHARMA

 

Friday

Pharmacology

Lecture

PSM

Lecture

PATHO

 

Saturday

F.M

Lecture

 

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Dr. Prakash Bhabhor

  • Resource faculty in National Workshop on regulatory compliance for accelerating innovations at The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara, Gujarat on July 30, 2019.

Dr. Tejas Patel

  • Tejas Patel got the best published paper award for thejournal (Indian Dermatology OnlineJournal) in DERMACON 2017, Kolkata. The published paper in Indian Dermatology Online Journal was: Patel TK, Thakkar SH, Sharma D. Cutaneous adverse drug reactions in Indian population: A systematic review. Indian Dermatol Online J. 2014;5(Suppl 2):S76-86.

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