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Dr. Harminder Singh
 
Highest Degree: M.D. in Pharmacology from Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, India
 
Institute: Baba Farid Univercity Health Sciences, India
 
Area of Interest: 0Pharmacology and Toxicology
  •   Pharmacovigilance
  •   Cancer Chemotherapy
  •   Adverse Drug Reaction
  •   Infectious Diseases
 
URL: http://livedna.org/91.5559
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Amita, S., S. Prabhakar, I. Manoj, S. Harminder and T. Pavan, 2009. Effect of yoga-nidra on blood glucose level in diabetic patients. Indian J. Physiol. Pharmacol., 53: 97-101.
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2:   Bala, R., H. Singh, K. Kaur, P. Girish and K. Kohli, 2013. Knowledge and attitude towards antimicrobial self medication usage: a cross sectional study among medical and nursing students. Int. J. Basic Clin. Pharmacol., 2: 428-432.
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3:   Kaur, K., H. Singh, K. Kaur, B. Singh and G. Mittal, 2012. Analysis of patient's knowledge of the prescribed drug and awareness of general population regarding package insert: A cross sectional survey. Asian J. Pharm. Health Sci., 2: 513-515.
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4:   Sharma, S., R. Sharma, H. Singh and B. Nelkumar, 2011. History of medicine - herbal medicine scenario: A review. Res. J. Pharmacol. Pharmacodynamics, 3: 45-47.
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5:   Singh, A., D. Kiran, H. Singh, B. Nel, P. Singh and P. Tiwari, 2008. Prevalence and severity of dysmenorrhea: A problem related to menstruation, among first and second year female medical students. Indian J. Physiol. Pharmacol., 52: 389-397.
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6:   Singh, H., 2014. Need of a journal club in every medical education setup. Int. J. Basic Clin. Pharmacol., 3: 574-577.
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7:   Singh, H., B. Nel, V. Dey, P. Tiwari and N. Dulhani, 2011. Adverse effects of multi-drug therapy in leprosy, a two years experience (2006-2008) in tertiary health care centre in the tribal region of Chhattisgarh State (Bastar, Jagdalpur). Lepr. Rev., 82: 17-24.
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8:   Singh, H., B.N. Kumar, T. Sinha and N. Dulhani, 2011. The incidence and nature of drug-related hospital admission: A 6-month observational study in a tertiary health care hospital. J. Pharmacol. Pharmacother., 2: 17-20.
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9:   Singh, H., K. Azad and K. Kour, 2013. Clofazimine-Induced enteropathy in a patient of leprosy. Indian J. Pharmacol., 45: 197-198.
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10:   Singh, H., K. Kaur and P. Girish, 2012. Multidrug resistant tuberculosis: A pharmacological view based on revised national tuberculosis control programme DOTS-Plus guidelines. IOSR J. Pharmacy, 2: 62-68.
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11:   Singh, H., K. Kaur, N. Dulhani, A. Bansal and B.N. Kumar et al., 2013. Assessment of quality of life in a cohort of newly diagnosed patients on HAART regimen, in resource restricted tribal region of Chhattisgarh, India: A prospective study. J. Global Infect. Dis., 5: 104-109.
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12:   Singh, H., K. Kaur, P.K. Kar, A. Bansal, B.N. Kumar and V.S. Chauhan, 2013. A 3 years experience of treating tribal leprosy patients and its impact on various domains of patient's life. Int. J. Health Allied Sci., 2: 13-16.
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13:   Singh, H., K. Kaur, R.P. Banipal, S. Singh and R. Bala, 2014. Quality of life in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy in a tertiary care center in Malwa region of Punjab. Indian J. Palliat. Care, 20: 116-122.
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14:   Singh, H., N. Dulhani, B.N. Kumar and P. Tiwari, 2010. A comparative study of artesunate-lumefantrine vs. chloroquine-pyrimethamine-sulfadoxine efficacy for the treatment of uncomplicated plasmodium falciparum in tribal population in bastar (Chhattisgarh). Internet J. Pharmacol., Vol. 8. 10.5580/6e4.
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15:   Singh, H., N. Dulhani, B.N. Kumar, P. Singh and P. Tiwari, 2010. Effective control of sickle cell disease with hydroxyurea therapy. Indian J. Pharmacol., 42: 32-35.
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16:   Singh, H., N. Dulhani, B.N. Kumar, P. Singh, P. Tewari and K. Nayak, 2010. A pharmacovigilance study in medicine department of tertiary care hospital in Chhattisgarh (Jagdalpur), India. J. Young Pharmacists, 2: 95-100.
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17:   Singh, H., N. Dulhani, N.K. Bithika, P. Tiwari, V.K.S. Chauhan and P. Singh, 2010. Rural epidemiology of HIV positive tribal patients from Chhattisgarh in India. J. Global Infect. Dis., 2: 39-42.
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18:   Singh, H., N. Dulhani, P. Tiwari, P. Singh and T. Sinha, 2009. A prospective, observational cohort study to elicit adverse effects of antiretroviral agents in a remote resource-restricted tribal population of Chhattisgarh. Indian J. Pharmacol. 41: 224-226.
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19:   Singh, H., P. Singh, P. Tiwari, V. Dey, N. Dulhani and A. Singh, 2009. Dermatological manifestations in HIV-infected patients at a tertiary care hospital in a tribal (Bastar) region of Chhattisgarh, India. Indian J. Dermatol., 54: 338-341.
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20:   Singh, H., R. Bala and K. Kaur, 2013. Self medicated Combiflam induced acute dermatological drug reaction. Int. J. Basic Clin. Pharmacol., 2: 828-830.
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21:   Singh, H., V.K. Kachhap, B.N. Kumar and K. Nayak, 2011. Nevirapine induced Stevens-Johnson syndrome in an HIV infected patient. Indian J. Pharmacol., 43: 84-86.
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