African Journal of
Pharmacy and Pharmacology

  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Pharm. Pharmacol.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1996-0816
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJPP
  • Start Year: 2007
  • Published Articles: 2286

Table of Content: June, 2021; 15(6)

June 2021

Prescription of antimalarials at Kisangani University Clinics, Democratic Republic of Congo

The objective of this study was to contribute to the improvement of medical prescription of antimalarials at Kisangani University Clinics. This a cross-sectional study with retrospective data collection, based on 200 medical prescriptions from patients aged 3 days to 80 years, treated for malaria from March to December 2019. The study took place between March and May, 2020. Sixty one percent of patients suffered from...

Author(s): Sarah WAY LONDO, Jean-Jeannot JUAKALI SKV, and Francine NSUADI MANGA  

June 2021

Antidiabetic effect of grape seed (OPC 95%) powder on nSTZ-induced type 2 diabetic model rats

Grape seeds (GSs) have been claimed for antidiabetic effects since long. Due to its rich phytochemical potential, current study was aimed to evaluate the antidiabetic effect of GSs powder (GSP) (OPC 95%) on neonatal streptozotocin (nSTZ) induced T2DM rats. STZ (90 mg/kg) was administered intraperitoneally in 48 h old rat pups. After 3 months, 24 T2DM rats were selected by OGTT for 28-days experiment and divided into...

Author(s): Mohammad Mahedi HassanTusher, , Mohammad Asrafuzzaman, Mohammad Hafizur Rahman, Mohammad Jayed Mahmud Shuvo,  Mohammad Mahbub Ali, M. Mosihuzzaman and Begum Rokeya,  

June 2021

A prospective study on assessment of clinically potential drug-drug interactions in hospital and community pharmacy prescriptions

Drug-drug interaction or simply term drug interactions may be defined as the combining of two or more drugs such that the potency or efficiency of one drug is significantly modified by the presence of another. Potential drug-drug interactions (DDIs) are concern for patients and providers, as multiple medication use is becoming more common to manage complex diseases. The consequences of DDIs can range from no untoward...

Author(s): Clement Kabakama, Rangadham Pydimarri and Sivasankaran Ponnusankar