PharmaTutor <p><span style="font-family: verdana,geneva,sans-serif;"><span style="font-family: georgia,serif;">The PharmaTutor&nbsp; <strong>(ISSN: 2347 - 7881)</strong> is a monthly published online journal, which publishes innovative research papers, reviews, mini-reviews, short communications and notes dealing with Pharmaceutical Sciences &amp; Lifesciences.<br></span></span></p> en-US (Dr. Sanjeev Acharya) (Rajesh Vagh) Tue, 01 Jan 2019 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 Review on Good Documentation practice in pharmaceutical manufacturing unit as per European Union GMP Chapter-4 on Documentation <p>Good documentation constitutes an essential part of the quality assurance system and is key to operating in compliance with GMP requirements. Documentation requirements of maintaining complete, accurate, truthful and verifiable data in all cGXP documents that are needed to be maintained as per regulatory requirements and various Governmental regulations, laws, rules and statutes/acts. Documentation may exist in a variety of forms, including paper-based, electronic or photographic media. Ensure that the Document should be free from error and during any point if error identify then rectify with proper reason for correcting including sign and date. A system should be in place to indicate special observations and any changes to critical data. GMP Document must have predefined retention period and document must be stored in secure and easy to retrieve or easily available as and when required. Batch Processing and Packaging Instruction must be in place and Contemporaneous entry provision must be available. Instruction and procedure for using equipment; instrument must be clear and specific. Specification with authorization should be available for analysis of Raw Material and Packing Material, Intermediate and Bulk Product, Finished Product.</p> Suleman S khoja, L J Patel, Sohil S khoja, Karim R Panjwani, Jagdish Ray ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 01 Jan 2019 00:00:00 +0000 A Review on: Phytochemical and Pharmacological Study of Annona Squamosa <p><span style="font-family: verdana,geneva,sans-serif;">This paper gives the information about the Annona squamosa Linn. (Family: Annonaceae). Phytochemical and pharmacological studies of medicinal plant were performed. The plant is highly used traditionally for curing diverse diseases and disorders. It is locally known as “Sitaphal'' in Hindi. Macroscopical &amp; microscopical studies of leaves have been studied. The phytochemical studies showed the presence of amino acids, terpenes, lipids, steroids, flavonoids, ascorbic acid, tannins, vitamins and alkaloids. The plant has various pharmacological actions such as insecticidal, purgative, laxatives, astringent, anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, anti-ulcer, anti-oxidant, antimalarial and antibacterial. The reveiw specifically deals with the phytochemical and folkloric medicinal importance of plant.</span></p> Diksha A Narwade, A N Aher ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 01 Jan 2019 00:00:00 +0000 Study of Herbal Drugs for the treatment of Sexual Dysfunction <p>Sexual dysfunction or sexual disorder is difficulty experienced by a couple or an individual during any stage of a normal sexual activity, including physical pleasure, preference, desire, arousal or orgasm. Sexual arousal disorders were previously known as impotence in men and frigidity in women, though these have now been replaced with less judgmental terms. The causes vary considerably but include a possible decrease in the production of normal estrogen in women or testosterone in both men and women. Causes of dysfunction are aging, fatigue, pregnancy, medications or psychiatric conditions, such as depression and anxiety.</p> <p>Herbal medicines may cure or prevent certain ailments. However, there are very little recorded data available to support the dose, efficacy, side effects and interactions. Because the safety and efficacy of herbal remedies they are likely to be used then synthetic medicines. The amount of active ingredients in herbals may vary among preparations. Thus, standardization of herbal medicines is required.</p> Nayan Jain ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 01 Jan 2019 00:00:00 +0000 Chemical Contaminants and Pollutants in the Measurable Life of Dhaka City <p><span style="font-family: verdana,geneva,sans-serif;">Environmental pollution and food contamination are as old as the civilization itself. It is the consequence of the development of civilization, over utilization of nature, industrialization and in fact a price for the progress. It is highly prominent in Dhaka city. Air pollution is mainly due to the vehicle emission, industrial discharge and burning of fossil fuel. The water resource of Dhaka becomes a major health threat due to arsenic contamination, inadequate household/industrial/medical waste disposal and industrial effluent management. Food contamination came from the commercialism of business people who are doing this knowingly to maximize profit. Necessary steps are to be taken to protect the environment for our own existence. This paper reveals chemical pollution and contamination issues of Dhaka city, the capital of Bangladesh.</span></p> AK MOHIUDDIN ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 01 Jan 2019 00:00:00 +0000 A report on medicinal plants used in Ethno veterinary practices of village peoples in satpuda hills in shirpur taluka (Dist-Dhule, Maharashtra) <p>This study reports the surveyed of medicinal plants used by village peoples of satpuda hills in shirpur taluka in ethno veterinary practices during this study ,information about ethno veterinary plants was obtained from villages peoples of personal meet them and collect the information .the ethno veterinary plants were collected and preserved as herbarium specimens by follows the standard methods.the identification of plants on botany department of R.C.Patel shirpur,Maharashtra.during the survey it was noted that 12 plants were traditionally used by treat various veterinary diseases such as Inflammation, wound healing, Indigestion , Dysentry, Diarrhoea, Infertility, Afra disease, Infection of uterus, antimicrobial.</p> <p>The information provided in this study would bring new medicine development of ecofriendly, effective medicines to control veterinary disease in the future prospective.this study may be useful to protect and conserve the endemic flora species of satpuda hills of shirpur taluka (Dist-Dhule,Maharashtra).</p> N B Patil ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 01 Jan 2019 00:00:00 +0000 The Mysterious Domination of Food/Drinking Water Contaminants and Adulterants in Bangladesh <p>Food adulteration and contamination are as old as the civilization itself. It is the consequence of the development of civilization, over utilization of nature, industrialization and in a price for the progression. It is highly prominent in Urban areas of Bangladesh. It is the consequence of commercialism of business people who are doing this knowingly to maximize profit. Higher degree of awareness shown by the people with higher educational background. Government regulatory agencies are less confident regarding food standard testing, as reported in the study. Educated people show higher degree of awareness of how the quality of food should be maintained. Regulatory authority is found to be in confidant in testing the food standard which also reflects their negligence. Safe food means, in general, there will be no danger from harmful elements that are deliberately added to food products in the country. The economic development of this country rarely reveals the basic literacy and consciousness of mass people. Necessary steps are to be taken to protect the environment for our own existence.</p> AK MOHIUDDIN ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 01 Jan 2019 00:00:00 +0000 A case report on Chronic Kidney Disease and Role of Clinical Pharmacist <p>Chronic kidney disease also called chronic renal failure is most commonly seen in the patients of hypertension and diabetes<br>Case Report<br>A female patient of age 60 yrs was admitted in a multispecialty hospital located in Warangal ,with the complaints of SOB, confusion, fever Since 3dys ,she had a past medical history of HTN.<br>Discussion :<br>Patient’s data was collected in a profile form and the details were saved confidentially .the patient was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease with HTN and the treatment was given.<br>Conclusion :<br>the patient was given a complete course and was given counselling for chronic kidney disease and the problem got resolved , hereby it shows the need of pharmacist in the area of patient care and quality treatment in the present scenario to expect quality of life.</p> Bharath kumar Dasari, Manishkumar T, Shyamsunder Anchuri, Saikiran velpula, Nagaraju Vallepu, Pranitha Adepu ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 01 Jan 2019 00:00:00 +0000