Subrata K Bhadra

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Swertia chirata, a Gentian species, can be traced through the medicinal history as a nontoxic and safe ethnomedicinal herb and has been mentioned in medical papyri to expel fever, relieve headache, to draw out inflammation and to stimulate CNS. The ethanolic root extract of Swertia chirata was chosen for pharmacological screening and analgesic and(More)
BACKGROUND Nearly all newborn deaths occur in low- or middle-income countries. Many of these deaths could be prevented through promotion and provision of newborn care practices such as thermal care, early and exclusive breastfeeding, and hygienic cord care. Home visit programmes promoting these practices were piloted in Malawi, Nepal, Bangladesh, and(More)
Background: The aim of this current study was to investigate the presence and to determine the contents of caffeine, preservatives and antioxidants in dairy products available in Bangladesh, one of the alarming countries in terms of food security. As high as 41 marketed dairy products, of both locally and internationally manufactured, were collected from(More)
The aim of the paper was to formulate a combined oral dosage form of rosuvastatin calcium and amlodipine besylate and to develop and validate an analytical method to be adopted for both routine quality control assay and in vitro dissolution studies of the formulation. The proposed combination formulation has shown compatibility with the chosen excipients,(More)
Aims: To develop and validate two assay methods for the determination of total and free formaldehyde content in cosmetics by Colorimetric and High Performance Liquid Chromatographic (HPLC) methods, respectively. Study Design: Colorimetric and HPLC methods. Place and Duration of Study: Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Faculty of Pharmacy, University(More)
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