Instruments & Equipments

(A) I. Clinical Pharmacy
1 Special Drug Delivery systems like Metered Dose Inhalers, Spacers, Rotahalers, Nasal sprays, Transdermal patches, Insulin infusion pumps, Insulin pen etc.
2 Samples of dosage formulations of various types including rational and irrational FDC, Essential medicines
3 Manikins for demonstration of intravenous injection, enema, local, intramuscular injections, intracardiac injection and other routes of drug administration
(B) II. Computer Assisted Learning Laboratory




Minimum 1 computer per 10 students (Maybe shared with a similar facility in the institution) Must have computers with standard configuration and connected to the internet, (Preferably broadband) along with an AV aids (Multimedia Projector and Screen). The PC should be installed with CAL programmes and other software for teaching experimental pharmacology. The students must have access to the National Essential Drug Lists, Standard Treatment Guidelines, Banned Drugs List of the CDSCO, PVPI, WHO, Price Controlled Drugs List, Antibiotic Guidelines, Hospital formulary, adverse drug reactions, and other resource material which the student can use for

learning the principles of rational prescribing.

(C) III. Experimental Pharmacology


For UG course, the facilities and equipment in the experimental lab can be shared with the Physiology department. The experiments included in the curriculum should be demonstrated through charts/photographs/models and videos.
(D) IV. Clinical Pharmacology
6 Stop watch
7 Critical Flicker Fusion Apparatus
8 Digital Sphygmomanometer
9 Pupillometer
10 Chart, Models and videos to illustrate the pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic properties of drugs, adverse drug reactions, drug administration techniques
(E) V. General:
11 Laptop
12 Photocopier and Scanner
13 Desktop Computer, with Printer
14 Multimedia Projector with Screen