pharmacology

Department of Pharmacology

The Department of Pharmacology located in the 3rd floor of the Preclinical Block with a total floor area of 18000 sq ft. It is well equipped with seminar halls, lecture halls, demonstration halls, practical halls, department library with modern audiovisual aids and adequate number of books and journals with Internet facilities. The department has a well organized museum displaying herbal drug specimens the chart exhibits with a section on “History of Medicine.” The department also has a well maintained animal house with adequate breeding facilities for laboratory animals.

The department also runs a Clinical Pharmacology Unit in KIMS Hospital for drug information services, clinical trial operations, adverse drug monitoring and Pharmacovigilance activities.

The department regularly organizes workshops and training programmes in good clinical practice and drug awareness programmes for clinicians and practitioners.

The department has sufficient number of senior and experienced faculty members with good academic credentials imparting quality teaching and engaged in research activities.

The department also runs MD Pharmacology course with 6 annual admissions.

  • Adequate facilities for basic experimental animal research available in the department and central animal house with facilities for housing and breeding the animals.
  • Adequate infrastructure / facilities available for undergraduate and postgraduate training programmes.
  • Infrastructure and documentation facilities available for Pharmacovigilance activities in the KIMS Hospital – drug information services, clinical trial registry, ADR monitoring and publication of monthly newsletters / drug updates.
  • Departmental library with recent issues of the textbooks, monographs, journals and printouts from national and international drug regulatory authorities.

Sl No.

Name

Designation

Degree

E-Mail

PHOTOS

1     Dr. K. Girish     Prof & HOD

MD

    drgirish_k@rediffmail.com
2     Dr. K Vasundara     Professor

MD

    vasundarakrishnaiah@yahoo.co.in
3     Dr. R Jyothi     Professor

MD

    sanjyothi03@gmail.com
4     Dr.Vijendra R     Associate Professor

MD

    vijendra_ramaiah@yahoo.co.in
5     Dr. Priyanka S     Assistant Professor

MD

    drpriyanka110@gmail.com

The Pharmacovigilance Unit has been started in the 5th Floor, OPD Block, KIMS Hospital, as a part of Clinical Pharmacology Services since May 2011, as per the guidelines stipulated by the MCI and the National Pharmacovigilance Programme, to document, monitor, evaluate and report adverse drug reactions (ADRs). A Pharmacovigilance Committee has been organized to supervise these activities.

The Pharmacovigilance Unit is undertaking awareness and training programmes about pharmacovigilance among doctors, nursing and paramedical staff of the KIMS Hospital about detecting and reporting adverse drug reactions. This programme is ongoing with regular educational and awareness meetings with junior and new doctors who join KIMS Hospital. The Pharmacovigilance Unit has also been undertaking activities such as collection and compiling of the adverse drug reactions which are reported to the Pharmacovigilance Unit. The ADRs are then analyzed for causality and then reported to the Regional Pharmacovigilance Monitoring Center in JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysore.

Apart from ADR monitoring, other activities like hospital antibiotic policy, prescription auditing, scrutiny of medical records, drug information services, clinical trial protocol design are also being planned and worked out. It is also proposed to organize workshops regarding the rationale in use of antibiotics, during internships, UG and PG programmes.

REPORTING OF ADRs: The voluntarily reported ADRs are assessed for causality based on the WHO Causality Assessment Scale and transmitted to the Regional ADR Monitoring Center, JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysore.

A total of 126 (male=78; female=48) ADRs were analyzed and reported during the period from January 2012 to December 2012. Causality assessment indicated 18 ADRs were possible and 108 ADRs were probable.

FREQUENCY OF PHARMACOVIGILANCE COMMITTEE MEETINGS: The KIMS Pharmacovigilance Committee meets twice in a year (March/April and October/November).

OTHER ACTIVITIES:

  1. Awareness and guidelines regarding generic prescribing.
  2. Generic pharmacy started in the hospital campus. Supervised and scrutinized by the pharmacovigilance committee.
  3. Registration and monitoring of clinical trials conducted by various departments at the KIMS Hospital & Research Center.
  4. Drug utilization studies as part of larger framework for the development of hospital drug policy.
  5. Recommendations for the hospital antibiotic policy.
  6. Activities to promote rational prescription of drugs and prevention of sales of any banned / spurious / irrational combination of drugs in the hospital pharmacy.
  7. Monthly publication of KIMS Pharmacovigilance newsletter/drug updates & news.

Dr Girish K

  1. VijayamathyArunnair, Girish Kumaraswamy, Ramesh M. A study of the pattern of drug utilization in the management of hyperpigmentary disorders in a tertiary care hospital. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research.
  2. Apoorva, Girish K, Amoolya D. A comparison of cost-effectiveness between doxycycline and azithromycin with topical clindamycin in the treatment of patients with moderate to severe acne vulgaris: Prospective, randomized study. National journal of Physiology, pharmacy and Pharmacology. 2020 Vol 10 Issue 04:1-6.
  3. Nandini T, Girish K, Padmanabha T S, Pundarikaksha H P. A study of compliance to highly active antiretroviral therapy in a tertiary care hospital in South India. National journal of Physiology, pharmacy and Pharmacology 2019 | Vol 9 | Issue 4
  4. VijayamathyArunnair, Girish Kumaraswamy, Ramesh M. A probable case of sodium valproate monotherapy induced drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms syndrome: a case report in Indian population. A case report. International Journal of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology | June 2020 | Vol 9 | Issue 6 Page 991-994.
  5. Gargi Dey, Jyothi R, Prem Kumar B N, Girish K. A retrospective observational study of the effect of physiotherapy treatment on outcomes in stroke patients. National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology. 2019; Vol 9(8):780-783
  6. Anusha S J, Jyothi R,Umadevi R S, Girish K. Efficacy and tolerability comparison of olopatadine, ketotifen, and epinastine in seasonal allergic conjunctivitis: A prospective open-label comparative study.National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology. Aug-Nov 2019; Vol 9(11): 1098-1102
  7. Leeyasid Shaik, Vasundara Krishnaiah, Girish K. Knowledge, attitude and perception of suspected adverse drug reactions in consumers: a prospective observational study in a tertiary care hospital. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2019; 8:337-42.
  8. Apoorva, K.Girish, Namratha C Manjunath. A possible case of fixed drug eruption due to Etoricoxib –A case report.Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol Feb 2019;8
  9. Gargi Dey, Jyothi R,Girish K.Cost effectiveness analysis in the management of stroke in a tertiary care hospital. International Journal of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology | Nov 2019; Vol-8 (11):2566- 2569
  10. Leeyasid Shaik, Vasundara Krishnaiah, Girish K. Knowledge, attitude and perception of suspected adverse drug reactions in consumers; a prospective observational study in a tertiary care hospital. International Journal of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology | 2019I February;8 (2):337-342.
  11. K. Girish, K. Vikram Reddy, Lakshmi V. Pandit, H.P. Pundarikaksha, R. Vijendra, K. Vasundara, R. Manjunatha, Moulya Nagraj, R. Shruthi. A randomized, open-label, standard controlled, parallel group study of efficacy and safety of baclofen, and chlordiazepoxide in uncomplicated alcohol withdrawal syndrome. Biomedical Journal (2016) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bj.2015.09.002
  12. Pallavi D, Girish K, Pundarikaksha HP, Rama Mohan P, Kudagi BL. A Prospective Study of the Pattern of Antimicrobial Use in Complicated Urinary Tract Infections in Inpatients in a Tertiary Care Hospital. Int J Pharm Bio Sci 2015;6(2):285-292.
  13. Girish K, Nandini T, Pundarikaksha HP, Vijendra R, Jyothi R, Ravikumar KL.A prospective study of highly active antiretroviral therapy in a tertiary care hospital in south India. International journal of medical science and public health 2014;1: 1-7.
  14. Girish K, Pundarikaksha HP, Vijendra R, Jyothi R, Vasundara K. Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Baclofen and Chlordiazepoxide in Uncomplicated Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome. Indian Journal of Pharmacology 2014; 46:372-7.
  15. Girish K, Moulya N. Benzodiazepine as an Adjuvant in Management of Depression. American Journal of Phytomedicine and Clinical Therapeutics 2014; 2(12):1450-1455.
  16. Girish K, Moulya Nagraj, Vijendra R. Olanzapine induced fever: A case report: American Journal of Phytomedicine and Clinical Therapeutics 2014, vol-2(6):754-757.
  17. Girish K, Pundarikaksha HP, Vijendra R,Jagadisha A.A Study of Cardiovascular Complications of Disulfiram-Ethanol Reaction. National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology: 2013; vol 3 (1): 35-42
  18. Jyothi R, Deepa R, Pundarikaksha HP, Girish K. A study on the Pattern of self-medication for Acne Vulgaris in Medical/paramedical students. Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences 2013; Vol 4(4):1551-1557
  19. Jyothi R, Pallavi D, Pundarikaksha HP,Sridharmurthy J.N, Girish K. A Study of the Pattern of NSAID Prescribing in Orthopedic Out PatientPractice. National Journal of Basic Medical Sciences: 2013; Vol 4 (1):71-74.
  20. Girish K, Vikram Reddy K, Harsha R. Possible Case of Ofloxacin induced Thrombocytopenia and Hypokalemia:A case report. Research and Reviews: A Journal of Pharmacology. 2012, Vol 2(1):24-28.
  21. Vijendra R, Pundarikaksha HP, Gopal MG, Girish K, Vasundara K, Jyothi R. A prospective study of cutaneous adverse drug reactions in a tertiary care hospital. National Journal of Basic Medical Sciences. 2012, vol-3(1): 44-51.
  22. Vijendra R, Pundarikaksha HP, Girish K. Natriuretic Peptides – An Overview. RGUHS Journal of Medical Sciences. Feb 2011. Vol 1:44-47.
  23. Vasundara K, Pundarikaksha HP, Vijendra R, Prasanna PS, Girish K, Jyothi R. Existing and expected practical medical pharmacology curriculum – A survey. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. Apr 2011, Vol-5(2):340-343.
  24. Jyothi R, Pundarikaksha HP,Srinivasa Prabhu NC, Girish K, Vasundara K, Vijendra R. Efficacy and Tolerability of Trandolapril in Mild to Moderate Hypertension: A Double-Blind Comparison with Enalapril. National Journal of Basic Medical Sciences. Apr 2011, Vol-1(4):225-228.
  25. Vasundara K, Kanchan BR, Pundarikaksha HP, Prasanna PS, Girish K, Jyothi R. An imperative need for change in pharmacology curriculum – A pilot survey in interns. Indian Journal of Pharmacology. Dec 2010. Vol 42(6):420.

Dr Vasundara K

  1. Vasundara Krishnaiah,Leeyasid Shaik, R S Umadevi. A prospective observational study of ophthalmic adverse drug reactions in a tertiary care hospital Natl J Physiol Pharm Pharmacol. 2021; 11(6): 572-578.
  2. Shaik L, Krishnaiah V, Girish K. Knowledge, attitude and perception of suspected adverse drug reactions in consumers: a prospective observational study in a tertiary care hospital. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol2019;8:337-42.
  3. Kumari P, Siddegowda JB, Krishnaiah V.Appropriateness and pharmacoeconomics of surgical antimicrobial prophylaxis in open reduction internal fixation surgery practiced in a tertiary hospital compared to recommendations in the national center for disease control guidelines. Perspect Clin Res 2019;10:172-6.
  4. Kumari P, Krishnaiah V, Kumaraswamy G,Tamboli TJ. Impact of educational session on knowledge and attitude towards teratogenicity among undergraduate medical students:a comparative study. International Journal of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology 2017;6:2642-5 .
  5. Apoorva R, K. Vasundara, Umadevi R. S. A study on medication adherence, medication related challenges faced and coping strategies adopted by visually impaired subjects in a tertiary care hospital. InternationalJournalBasic ClinicalPharmacology 2017; Oct;6(10):2323-2327.
  6. T. V. S. Divyalasya, Vasundara Krishnaiah, H. T. Yashoda, Pundarikaksha H. PB. L. Kudagi, RamamohanPathapati .Adverse drug reactions in paediatric patients in a tertiary care hospital in India: A prospective observational single centre study. | International Journal of Basic & Clinical PharmacologyISeptember-October 2016 | Vol 5 | Issue 5 Page 2130-2137.
  7. Harsha R, Vasundara K, Pundarikaksha HP, Vedavathi R. A prospective study on adverse drug reactions in outpatients and inpatients of medicine department in a tertiary care hospital.International Journal of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology 2015;4(3):515-521.
  8. Ramya S, Vasundara K, Suvarna, Pundarikaksha HP, Prathap B, Jennifer GH. A prospective study of the pattern of drug use in primary dysmenorrhea in a tertiary care hospital. International Journal of Research in Pharmacology & Pharmacotherapeutics 2014;3(1):80-84
  9. Divyalasya TVS, Vasundara K, Pundarikaksha HP. Impact of educational session on knowledge and attitude toward palliative care among undergraduate medical, nursing and physiotherapy students: a comparative study.InternationalJournalBasic Clinical Pharmacology I2014;3:442-6.. (Index Copernicus) -International
  10. Ramya S, Vasundara K, Gokul CG, Shilpa M. Comparison of the pattern, efficacy, and tolerability of self-medicated drugs in primary dysmenorrhea: A questionnaire based survey. Indian Journal of Pharmacology 2013; vol 45(2): 180-183.
  11. Vasundara K, Vijendra R, Raghunandan R. Comparison of Rational Pharmacotherapy Approach by Medical Students with and without Guide to Good Prescribing Guidelines. National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology 2013; vol 3 (1): 53-56.
  12. Vasundara K, Pundarikaksha HP, Vijendra R, Prasanna PS, Girish K, Jyothi R. Existing and expected practical medical pharmacology curriculum –A survey.Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic ResearchApr 2011, Vol-5(2):340-343.
  13. Vasundara K, Kanchan BR, Pundarikaksha HP, Prasanna PS, Girish K, Jyothi R.Indian Journal of Pharmacology Dec 2010. Vol 42(6):420.
  14. K. Girish, K. Vikram Reddy, Lakshmi V. Pandit, H.P. Pundarikaksha, R. Vijendra, K. Vasundara, R. Manjunatha, Moulya Nagraj, R. Shruthi. A randomized, open-label, standard controlled, parallel group study of efficacy and safety of baclofen, and chlordiazepoxide in uncomplicated alcohol withdrawal syndrome. Biomedical Journal (2016) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bj.2015.09.002
  15. Girish K, Pundarikaksha HP, Vijendra R, Jyothi R, Vasundara K. Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Baclofen and Chlordiazepoxide in Uncomplicated Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome. Indian Journal of Pharmacology 2014; 46:372-7.
  16. Vijendra R, Pundarikaksha HP, Gopal MG, Girish K, Vasundara K, Jyothi R. A prospective study of cutaneous adverse drug reactions in a tertiary care hospital. National Journal of Basic Medical Sciences. 2012, vol-3(1): 44-51.
  17. Jyothi R, Pundarikaksha HP, Srinivasa Prabhu NC, Girish K, Vasundara K, Vijendra R. Efficacy and Tolerability of Trandolapril in Mild to Moderate Hypertension: A Double-Blind Comparison with Enalapril. National Journal of Basic Medical Sciences. Apr 2011, Vol-1(4):225-228.

Dr Jyothi R

  1. Jyothi R, Pundarikaksha HP, Srinivasa Prabhu NC, Girish K, Vasundara K, Vijendra R. Efficacy and Tolerability of Trandolapril In Mild To Moderate Hypertension: A Double Blind Comparison With Enalapril. National Journal of Basic Medical Sciences. Apr 2011; Vol1(4):225-228.
  2. Jyothi R, Pallavi D, Pundarikaksha HP, Sridharmurthy J.N, Girish K. A Study of the Pattern of NSAID Prescribing in Orthopedic Out Patient Practice. National Journal of Basic Medical Sciences: 2013; Vol 4 (1):71-74.
  3. Jyothi R, Deepa R, Pundarikaksha HP, Girish K. A study on the Pattern of self-medication for Acne Vulgaris in Medical/paramedical students. Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences 2013;Vol 4(4):1551-1557.
  4. Deepa R, Jyothi R, Pundarikaksha HP, Jagannath B.A Study on the Drug Prescribing Pattern in Para-Nasal Sinusitis at a Tertiary care hospital. National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy & Pharmacology. 2014; Vol 4(3):167-171.
  5. Jyothi R, Shruthi R, Pundarikaksha HP, Anusha SJ. A Study of Knowledge, Attitude and Practice on Generic Drugs Among Interns and Post Graduates at a Tertiary Care Hospital. International Journal of Institutional Pharmacy and Life Sciences 2015;5(1):101-7.
  6. R Jyothi, SJ Anusha, RS Umadevi, HP Pundarikaksha. A Prospective Study of Vision Related Quality of Life in Patients with Pre and Post-operative Bilateral Cataract surgery in a Tertiary care Hospital. Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences 2015;6(6):436-41.
  7. Deepa R, Jyothi R, Jagannath B, Pundarikaksha HP. A study on the drug prescribing pattern in acute, recurrent and chronic pharyngitis at a tertiary care hospital. International Journal of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology | July-August 2016;Vol 5 (4):1-5
  8. R. Shruthi, R. Jyothi, H.P. Pundarikaksha, G.N. Nagesh, T.J. Tushar.A Study of Medication Compliance in Geriatric Patients with Chronic Illnesses at a Tertiary Care Hospital. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. Dec 2016;Vol-10(12): 40-43
  9. Gargi Dey, Jyothi R, Prem Kumar B N, Girish K. A retrospective observational study of the effect of physiotherapy treatment on outcomes in stroke patients. National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology. 2019; Vol 9( 8):780-783
  10. Anusha S J, Jyothi R, Umadevi R S, Girish K. Efficacy and tolerability comparison of olopatadine, ketotifen, and epinastine in seasonal allergic conjunctivitis: A prospective open-label comparative study.National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology. Aug-Nov 2019; Vol 9(11): 1098-1102
  11. Gargi Dey, Jyothi R, Girish K.Cost effectiveness analysis in the management of stroke in a tertiary care hospital. International Journal of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology | Nov 2019;Vol-8 (11):2566- 2569
  12. Vasundara K, Kanchan BR, Pundarikaksha HP, Prasanna PS, Girish K, Jyothi R. An imperative need for change in pharmacology curriculum – A pilot survey in interns. Indian Journal of Pharmacology. Dec 2010; Vol 42(6):420.
  13. Vasundara K, Pundarikaksha HP, Vijendra R, Prasanna PS, Girish K, Jyothi R. Existing and expected practical medical pharmacology curriculum – A survey. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. Apr 2011;Vol-5(2):340-343.
  14. Vijendra R, Pundarikaksha HP, Gopal MG, Girish K, Vasundara K, Jyothi R. A prospective study of cutaneous adverse drug reactions in a tertiary care hospital. National Journal of Basic Medical Sciences. 2012; vol-3(1): 44-51.
  15. Vikram R, Girish K, Pundarikaksha HP, Vijendra R, Jyothi R, Vasundara K. Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Baclofen and Chlordiazepoxide in Uncomplicated Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome. Indian Journal of Pharmacology 2014;46:372-7.
  16. Girish K, Nandini T, Pundarikaksha HP, Vijendra R, Jyothi R, Ravikumar KL. A prospective study of highly active antiretroviral therapy in a tertiary care hospital in south India. International journal of medical science and public health 2014;1: 1-7.
  17. Girish K, Pundarikaksha HP, Vijendra R, Jyothi R, Vasundara K. Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Baclofen and Chlordiazepoxide in Uncomplicated Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome. Indian Journal of Pharmacology 2014; 46:372-7.
  18. Bannale SG, Pundarikaksha HP, Sowbhagya HN, Jyothi R, Vijendra R. Efficacy and safety comparison of topical loteprednol and topical non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in seasonal allergic conjunctivitis: a prospective open label comparative study. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol2016;5:956-61.

Dr Vijendra R

  1. Kundu S, Angrish S, Vijendra R. A Brief History of Diabetes Mellitus. Indian Medical Journal 2008; vol 101: 108-109
  2. Vijendra R, Pundarikaksha HP, Girish K. Natriuretic Peptides – An Overview RGUHS Journal of Medical Sciences. Feb 2011. Vol 1:44-47
  3. Vasundara K, Pundarikaksha HP, Vijendra R, Prasanna PS, Girish K, Jyothi R. Existing and expected practical medical pharmacology curriculum – A survey Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. Apr 2011, Vol-5(2):340-343
  4. Jyothi R, Pundarikaksha HP, Srinivasa Prabhu NC, Girish K, Vasundara K, Vijendra R. Efficacy and Tolerability of Trandolapril In Mild To Moderate Hypertension: A Double Blind Comparison With Enalapril. National Journal of Basic Medical Sciences. Apr 2011; Vol1(4):225-228.
  5. Vijendra R, Pundarikaksha HP, Gopal MG, Girish K, Vasundara K, Jyothi R. A prospective study of cutaneous adverse drug reactions in a tertiary care hospital National Journal of Basic Medical Sciences. 2012, vol-3(1): 44-51
  6. Girish K, Pundarikaksha HP, Vijendra R, Jagadisha A. A Study of Cardiovascular Complications of Disulfiram-Ethanol Reaction National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology: 2013; vol 3 (1): 35-42
  7. Vasundara K, Vijendra R, Raghunandan R. Comparison of Rational Pharmacotherapy Approach by Medical Students with and without Guide to Good Prescribing Guidelines National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology: 2013; vol 3 (1): 53-56
  8. Girish K, Moulya Nagraj and Vijendra R. Olanzapine Induced Fever: A Case Report Am J Phytomed Clin Ther. 2014;2(6):754-757
  9. Vikram R, Girish K, Pundarikaksha HP, Vijendra R, Jyothi R, Vasundara K. Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Baclofen and Chlordiazepoxide in Uncomplicated Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome Indian Journal of Pharmacology 2014;46:372-7
  10. Kumaraswamy G, Thimmegowda N, Purushottam PH, Ramaiah V, Ramesh J, Lingegowda RK. A prospective study of highly active antiretroviral therapy in a tertiary-care hospital in south India Int J Med Sci Public Health 2015;4:35-41
  11. Girish K, Reddy KV, Pandit, LV, Pundarikaksha HP, Vijendra R, Vasundara K, Manjunatha R, Nagraj M, Shruthi R. A randomized, open-label, standard controlled, parallel group study of efficacy and safety of baclofen, and chlordiazepoxide in uncomplicated alcohol withdrawal syndrome Biomed J. 2016 Feb;39(1):72-80
  12. Bannale SG, Pundarikaksha HP, Sowbhagya HN, Jyothi R, Vijendra R. Efficacy and safety comparison of topical loteprednol and topical non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in seasonal allergic conjunctivitis: a prospective open label comparative study. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol2016;5:956-61.
  13. Venu D, Vijendra R. Furosemide induced bullous pemphigoid: a case report. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol2019;8:1444-7
  14. Chatterjee S, Vijendra R, Girish K, Koroth MHM. Assessment of knowledge, attitudes and practice among interns about over-the-counter drugs in a tertiary care hospital in India. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol2019;8:2485-9.
  15. Rezia RA, Vijendra R, Gopi A. A clinical study of uropathogens causing urinary tract infection in children and adolescents in a tertiary care hospital. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol2020;9:1549-53.
  16. Rezia RA, Vijendra R, Gopi A. A clinical study of patients with central venous catheter associated bloodstream infections in a tertiary care hospital Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2020;9:1665-70.
  17. Rezia RA, Vijendra R, Gopi A. Uropathogens causing urinary tract infection in adults in a tertiary care hospital. J PharmacolPharmacother 2020;11:119-24.

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