Need for Extension of Real Time Stability Analysis of Drugs and Quality Control Setup in Hospitals

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Pharmacology, Toxicology and Biomedical Reports,2015,1,1,2-4.
Published:27th Feb, 2015
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Need for Extension of Real Time Stability Analysis of Drugs and Quality Control Setup in Hospitals

Peraman Ramalingam1* and Mukesh Kumar2

1Department of Medicinal and Phytochemistry, College of Pharmacy, Gulf Medical University, Ajman, UAE

2Department of Pharmacy practice, College of Pharmacy, Gulf Medical University, Ajman, UAE

Abstract:

Owing to the increased number issues related to medication adherence, efficacy, antimicrobial resistance, tolerance and adverse reaction with unknown ideology, few strategic approaches having been recommended and implemented in treatment procedures. Despite of these clinical oriented strategies, the success rate in eradication of many unwanted therapeutic issues quite questionable. It is believed that the existing clinical and therapeutic oriented issues pertaining the drug, it requires additional strategic implementations that nullify the probability of drug related factors. This strategy can be a drug quality control testing Centre at the hospital premises to ensure the potency and real time stabilityassessment for stability sensitive and dose sensitive drugs. Initially it may be recommended in those hospitals, which conduct clinical research, therapeutic drug monitoring, clinical evaluation of antibiotics and further it can be extrapolated based on outcome. This view invites discussion to bring a fruitful outcome rather than criticism.

Key words: Drug stability, Drugs, Hospitals, Stability sensitive, Real time testings, Quality control.