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Important Questions, practice tests, previous year questions and revision notes for preparation of pharmacist competitive exams like AIIMS Pharmacist, CGHS Pharmacist, ESIC Pharmacist etc. and many more state level and central healthcare exams.

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Important Questions, practice tests, previous year questions and revision notes for preparation of pharmacist competitive exams like AIIMS Pharmacist, CGHS Pharmacist, ESIC Pharmacist etc. and many more state level and central healthcare exams.


Basics of Physiology Practice Test part-1 for Staff Nurse and Pharmacist Exams

SoloTutes 05-Nov-2021
Practice online some important questions for pharmacy and nursing exams. we have added 20+ questions from the basics of human Physioogy.

Classification of Antimicrobial Drugs

Prakash Joshi 20-Feb-2022
Classification of antimicrobial drugs according to the type of action, mechanisms of action,  and spectrum of activity 

Pharmacology Important Questions for Exams

Pharmacy Exams 25-Feb-2022
In this web story we are displaying some important questions one liners from pharmacology useful for every exams, whether it is competitive or college semester exams.  

20 Important Questions for Pharmacy Exams

Prakash Joshi 28-Mar-2022
there are 20 questions from Pharmacy subjects. we have selected some important question mostly asked in Pharmacy Exams. 

Pharmaceutical Analysis Notes - Unit 1 hand written notes B.Pharma 1st year

Diksha Bhatla 29-Mar-2022
complete simplified notes on pharmaceutical analysis prepared by students... introduction to pharmaceutical analysis unit 1 handwritten notes.


JEYALINGAM P 30-Mar-2022

Pharmaceutical analysis (chemistry) notes b.pharma 1st year - Diazotisation Reaction Titration 

Diksha Bhatla 15-Apr-2022
Diazotisation Reaction - B.pharma 1st year handwritten notes.

Homeostasis : definition, and mechanism | B.pharma 2nd sem. Notes 

Diksha Bhatla 02-Jun-2022
Homeostasis may be defined as “The maintenance of the internal conditions of the body at equilibrium, despite changes in the external environment”. For ex

What is sterilization?

Maksood Khan 03-Jun-2022

Basic principles of cell injury

Diksha Bhatla 03-Jun-2022
Cell injury is the common denominator in almost all diseases. It is defined as 'an alteration in cell structure or biochemical functioning, resulting

Mechanism of Cell Injury -  Reversible and Irreversible Cell Injury

Diksha Bhatla 04-Jun-2022
Cell injury is the common denominator in almost all diseases. It is defined as 'an alteration in cell structure or biochemical functioning, resulting from some stress that exceeds the ability of the cell to compensate through normal physiologic adaptive mechanisms'    

Morphology Of Cell Injury- Adaptive Changes

Diksha Bhatla 04-Jun-2022
Cell adaptation within limits: Most cells have the ability to adapt to changes in their environment by altering their morphology, pattern of growth and metabolic activity. Common examples include: atrophy, hypertrophy, hyperplasia, metaplasia and dysplasia.

Cellular swelling and Calcification

Diksha Bhatla 05-Jun-2022
The plasma membrane forms a barrier against excessive amounts of Na within the extracellular fluid from entering the cell. However, the plasma membrane is slightly “leaky” to Na , allowing minimal amounts of Na to gradually move into the cell.

Acidosis and Alkalosis

Diksha Bhatla 07-Jun-2022
Alkalosis is excessive blood alkalinity caused by an overabundance of bicarbonate in the blood or a loss of acid from the blood (metabolic alkalosis), or by a low level of carbon dioxide in the blood that results from rapid or deep breathing (respiratory alkalosis). Acidosis is caused by an overproduction of acid in the blood or an excessive loss of bicarbonate from the blood (metabolic acidosis) or by a build-up of carbon dioxide in the blood that results from poor lung function or depressed breathing (respiratory acidosis). 

Electrolytes and their imbalance

Diksha Bhatla 08-Jun-2022
Electrolytes- There are many chemicals in blood stream that regulate important functions of bodies. These chemicals are called electrolytes. Human body's nerve reactions and muscle functions are dependent upon the proper exchange of these electrolyte ions outside and inside cells. Examples of electrolytes are calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium.

Basic Mechanism Involved In The Process Of Inflammation, Repair, And Atherosclerosis

Diksha Bhatla 09-Jun-2022
Inflammation is a critical homeostatic process that is activated by cellular injury regardless of the mechanism of that injury. 

Types of inflammation

Diksha Bhatla 13-Jun-2022
Depending upon the defense capacity of the host and duration of response, inflammation can be classified as acute or chronic


Diksha Bhatla 14-Jun-2022

Atherosclerosis (or arteriosclerotic vascular disease) is a condition where the arteries become narrowed and hardened due to an excessive buildup of plaque around the artery wall. Plaque is made up of fat, cholesterol, calcium, and other substances found in the blood.


Diksha Bhatla 16-Jun-2022

Healing- Injury to tissue may result in cell death and tissue destruction. Healing on the other hand is the body response to injury in an attempt to restore normal structure and function.

Cardiovascular System

Diksha Bhatla 20-Jun-2022
INTRODUCTION TO CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM The heart is muscular organ about the size of a closed fist located in the chest between the lungs behind the sternum and above the diaphragm. It is surrounded by the pericardium. On its superior end, the base of the heart is attached to the aorta, pulmonary arteries and veins, and the vena cava.

Diseases Of Bones & Joints

Diksha Bhatla 21-Jun-2022
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SKELETON  The human skeleton is the internal framework of the body. It is composed of 270 bones at birth. This total 206 bones by adulthood after some bones have fused together. The bone mass in the skeleton reaches maximum density around age 30.

Packaging Material

Pharmacy Infoline 22-Jun-2022
Pharmaceutical Packaging: is the means of providing protection, presentation, identification, Information and convenience to encourage compliance with a course of therapy.     

Principles Of Cancer

Diksha Bhatla 22-Jun-2022
INTRODUCTION  When cells in some area of body duplicate without control, the excess of tissue that  develops called tumor or neoplasm. T

Respiratory System

Diksha Bhatla 23-Jun-2022
INTRODUCTION TO RESPIRATORY SYSTEM  The cells of the human body require a constant stream of oxygen to stay alive. 

Urinary System

Diksha Bhatla 24-Jun-2022
INTRODUCTION TO URINARY SYSTEM  The urinary system consists of the kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder and urethra. The kidneys filter the blood

Heamatological Diseases

Diksha Bhatla 25-Jun-2022
INTRODUCTION  Anemia is a medical condition in which the red blood cell count or hemoglobin (Hb) is less than normal. The oxygen carrying capacity of the blood is therefore, decreased.

Endocrine System

Diksha Bhatla 27-Jun-2022
NTRODUCTION TO ENDOCRINE SYSTEM  The endocrine system is a network of glands that produce and release hormones that help to control many important body functions, especially the body’s ability to change calories into energy that powers cells and organs. 

Nervous System

Diksha Bhatla 28-Jun-2022
INTRODUCTION TO NERVOUS SYSTEM  The nervous system consists of the brain, spinal cord, sensory organs, and all of the  nerves that connect these organs with the rest of the body. 

Gastrointestinal Tract

Diksha Bhatla 29-Jun-2022
INTRODUCTION TO GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT  The human gastrointestinal tract (GIT) is an organ system responsible for consuming and digesting food.

Pharmacognosy MCQs : Important Questions for Pharmacy Exams

Prakash Joshi 19-Aug-2024
10 most important questions from Pharmacology for various competitive exams in Pharmacy. 


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