Asmita D. Deshpande

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A case of recurrent Bell's palsy occurring in two successive pregnancies in a 37-year-old woman is presented. The causes of facial nerve paralysis of the lower motor neurone type are discussed. The rate of recurrence of Bell's palsy during pregnancy is unknown. Treatment with corticosteroids of Bell's palsy during pregnancy poses the threat of possible side(More)
Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 711 November December 2009 In conclusion, liposomal dispersion of FP was successfully prepared with more than 90% entrapment. Spray dried liposomes had mean size of 3-4 μ and FPF of 9-10%. Inclusion of antistatic agents such as leucine and magnesium stearate did not improve the aerosolisation behaviour of DPIs in(More)
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