Tag Archives: Clinical Trial

MD Pharmacology Course: All You Need to Know

MD Pharmacology

Instead of telling you boring details of the MD Pharmacology course, I will tell you my own story in brief of MD Pharmacology, what I know/ learned about it in the past few years about the course, what kind of job profiles and salary you can get, and the opinion of people working in the […]

MD Pharmacology Question Bank MUHS Exams

Question bank (MD Pharmacology) updated till Summer 2020 exam papers. General pharmacology Long questions: Drug antagonism. [1993,2005] Drug interactions. [1995,2005] Drug receptor interactions. [1998,1999,2007] PK-PD changes and Principles of drug use in pregnancy. [2002,2007,2008] Factors affecting bioavailability. [2004] Drug delivery systems with examples. [2006] How liver & kidney affect pharmacokinetics of drug with examples. [2006] […]

Textbooks of Pharmacology: A Comparative Review

As a part of my series of comparative reviews of medical books, I am now writing the reviews for textbooks of Pharmacology. Pharmacology is an ever growing subject with new drug discoveries and approvals happening every few days. But the problem with textbooks is that they are not updated frequently, so recent drug data is not […]

Block Randomization in Clinical Trials: Video Tutorial in Microsoft Excel

Block Randomization in Microsoft Excel

This is a video tutorial on how to do block randomization in clinical trials/ studies. This is a very common way of randomization in research studies. I have explained mainly of block randomization of a group of 2 in Microsoft excel. I have also mentioned briefly about block randomization with a group of 4. Steps […]

Randomization For Clinical Trials in Microsoft Excel: Video Tutorial

In this video tutorial, I will show all of you how to do randomization of samples by Random Allocation method while doing a clinical study/ clinical trial. I will do this in Microsoft Excel Sheet so that researchers will not need any randomization software’s to do the work. I have created a Microsoft Excel sheet […]

BDS, MBBS, MDS Jobs at Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

  Human Resource Development for Health Research Under Ministry of Health and Family Welfare   Eligibilty criterias :   Candiidate needs to be Indian National At least 3 years of experience in the institute as regular employee. Less than 45 years of age as on last date of receipt of application   Educational Qualification : […]

URGENT : BDS Walkin jobs at Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, New Delhi

Location : New-Delhi No of Post : 1 – Full time Essential Qualification : Bachelor degree in Dental/Biology background statistics or related field. Desirable : Experience of clinical trials/Data Management/Research experience with good understanding of clinical trials methodology and terminology with data management) Pay scale : 23000/- Method of selection : Walk in Interview on 27.07.2015 […]

National Institute of Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases (NITRD) jobs

  Eligible candidates are invited for Walk-in-Interview for filling up of the following contractual posts in the project entitled “A Phase II Open Label Randomized Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Anti-Bacterial Activity, Safety, Tolerability and Pharmacokinetics of a Combination of PA-824, Moxifloxacin and Pyrazinamide, or PA-824 When Administered with the Category IV Regimen of RNTCP […]

AIPGMEE 2012 Rapid Review

AIPGMEE 2012 Rapid Review cover

Anatomy Structures passing through the inguinal canal in women includes Ilioinguinal nerve, round ligament of uterus and lymphatics from the uterus. Valves of Houston disappear after mobilization of Rectum. Predominant blood supply to the supraduodenal bile duct is derived from vessels that run upward along the bile duct from the duodenal end of the duct […]

AIPGMEE 2008 Rapid Review

AIPGMEE 2008 Rapid Review cover

Anatomy Pectineus, Adductor magnus and Biceps femoris are composite muscles. Digastric muscles are Muscle fibers in the ligament of Treitz, Omohyoid and Occipitofrontalis. In lungs bronchial arteries supply the bronchopulmonary tree till respiratory bronchioles. Skin overlying the region where a venous cutdown is made to access the great saphenous vein is supplied by femoral nerve. […]