Volume 3 Issue 1

Review Article

Do Automated Dispensing Device improve Medication Safety and Reducing Medication Error?

Fatima Yousef Ali Ghethan*

Improving Medication safety is always a key focus in the hospital setting, and pharmacists have been exploring a variety of strategies and technologies to achieve this goal. Automated dispensing machines decentralized medication distribution systems that provide computercontrolled storage, dispensing, and tracking of medications have been recommended as one potential mechanism PDF

Review Article

Infections and Immunity of Nipah Virus Outbreaks

Shantha Raju T1 * and Sneha Donta

Nipah virus is an RNA virus and belongs to the genus Henipavirus. The virus can spread between people and also from other animals but requires a direct contact with the infected source. Nipah virus causes viral infection which is referred as Nipah virus infection (NiV) and the symptoms of NiV vary from none to fever, cough, headache, shortness of breath, confusion, death, etc. PDF

Research Article

Evaluation of an Inverse Molecular Design Docking Algorithm for the computer aided molecular drug design of a QMMMIDD motif peptide targeted active pharmaco-agent (MalasmoruponaqTMâ„¢) against the gram positive bacteria Staphylococcus aureus for the dual deactivations of antimicrobial activity of the insect defensin from Anopheles gambiae and Ebola viruses: Understanding the Relativistic Generalization of Density Functional Theory (DFT) and Completing It in Practice

Grigoriadis Ioannis

Computational molecular design is a useful tool in modern drug discovery. Virtual screening is an approach that docks and then scores individual members of compound libraries. In contrast to this forward approach, inverse approaches PDF