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  1. 1. . .. , , J.S.S. ,
  2. 2. • : / :• : .Disease, its cause, what may abate the ill:Let leech examine these, then use his skill. : . , , J.S.S. ,
  3. 3. : (pig, cow) : , , , : , , , If (food and work are either) excessive or deficient, the three things enumerated by (medical) writers, flatulence, biliousness, and phlegm, will cause (one) disease.. , , J.S.S. ,
  4. 4. / , / / , If (ones food has been) digested let one eat with moderation; (for) that is the way to prolong the life of an embodied soul.. , , J.S.S. ,
  5. 5. . , , J.S.S. ,
  6. 6. - – / , , (SAR) . , , ., .[ . , , . 6 , . 5000 , , . : (First) assure yourself that your food has been digested and never fail to eat, when very hungry, whatever is not disagreeable (to you). . , , J.S.S. ,
  7. 7. Clinical testing• {Phase 0 (non-clinical)}• Phase 1 (volunteers)• Phase 2 (patients)• Phase 3 (large scale multi-centre Patients)• Phase 4 (post registration monitoring)
  8. 8. ) There will be no disaster to ones life if one eats with moderation, food that is not disagreeable.. , , J.S.S. ,
  9. 9. As pleasure dwells with him who eats moderately, so disease (dwells) with the glutton who eats voraciously.. , , J.S.S. ,
  10. 10. Clinical Trials- Phase I Drug is tested on healthy volunteers to determine toxicity relative to dose and to screen for unexpected side effects..Small group of people (20-80)HEALTHY VOLUNTEERSINFORMED CONSENT EVALUATE ITS SAFETY COMMON SIDE EFFECTSFatigue, nausea, hair loss,vomiting IDENTIFY SIDE EFFFECTSDetermine safe dosage range0.5-1.5 YEARSETHICAL APPROVALSINGLE & REPEAT DOSEFull Rescussitation + Medical Backup + Monitor
  11. 11. Clinical Trials- Phase IIDrug is tested on small group of patients to see if drug has any beneficial effect and to determine the dose level needed for this effect. PATIENTS Larger Group of People (100-300) INFORMED CONSENT EFFECTIVENESS MAXIMUM MONITORING EVALUATE ITS SAFETY FULL RESCUSSITATION DOSAGE TYPE OF PATIENT INDICATION FOR USE SEVERITY OF DISEASE DOSE RANGE PK STUDIES IN ILL PEOPLE SCHEDULE & INCREMENT NATURE OF SIDE EFFECTS & SEVERITY; EFFECTS IN SPECIAL GRUOPS
  12. 12. Clinical Trials- Phase IIIDrug is tested on much larger group of patients and compared with existing treatments and with a placebo1500-3500 PatientsMulticentreMore certain data for the objectivesof phase 2 studiesInteractions between drugsstart to become measurablein the larger populationsub-groups start to beestablishedspecial features andproblems show upMonitor side effectsConfirm its effectivenessDrug Vs Placebo
  13. 13. He will be afflicted with numberless diseases, who eats immoderately, ignorant (of the rules of health).. , , J.S.S. ,
  14. 14. Launch Drug after P-III
  15. 15. Clinical Trials Phase IV• Phase IV: Drug is placed on the market and patients are monitored for side effects
  16. 16. The learned (physician) should ascertain the condition of his patient; the nature of his disease, and the season (of the year) and (then) proceed (with his treatment).. , , J.S.S. ,
  17. 17. . , , J.S.S. ,
  18. 18. - – D.PHARM - – B.PHARM – M.PHARM 13 / -Pharmaceutics – Pharm. Chemistry / – Pharmacology/Toxicology - Pharmacognosy Pharm Biotechnology – Pharm. Analysis - – Pharm Quality AssuranceMedical science consists of four parts, viz., – Pharmacy Practicepatient, physician, medicine and compounder;and each of these (again) contains four sub- –Phram. Regulatory Affairsdivisions. – Industrial Pharmacy Phytopharmacy& Phytomedicine & Clinical Practice & Research – Pharama Marketing PHARM. D., - Ph.D.,
  19. 19. – Pharm. Chemistry – Pharm. Chemistry – Pharm. Chemistry / / - - / / - - - B.PHARM& D.PHARM D.PHARM - B.PHARM - B.PHARM & D.PHARM - B.PHARM D.PHARM & -. , , J.S.S. ,
  20. 20. – D.PHARM (2 Years) - HSC – PCMB, PCZB, – B.PHARM (4 Years) HSC – PCMB, PCZB, 40%PHARM. D., (6 Years) HSC – PCMB, PCZB, 35%
  21. 21. • INDUSTRY• ACADEMIC• MARKETING• GOVERNMENT JOBS• IT INDUSTRY• CLINICAL• HIGHER STUDIES• PHARMACIST• INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
  22. 22. JSS UNIVERSITY, MYSOREUDHAGAMANDALAM • MYSURUB.PHARM B.PHARMM.PHARM (12 BRANCHES) M.PHARM (12 BRANCHES)PHARM D PHARM DPhD PhDPG DIPLOMA COURSES PG DIPLOMA COURSESCERTIFICATE COURSE CERTIFICATE COURSEWELL EQUPPED LABS WELL EQUPPED LABS5TH RANK (ALL OVER INDIA) 13TH RANK (ALL OVERPLACEMENTS INDIA) PLACEMENTS
  23. 23. No medicine is necessary for him who eats after assuring (himself) that whathe has (already) eaten has been digested. . , , J.S.S. ,

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