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Selected Publications

Nov 18, 2021
Genetic Polymorphisms in Pharmaceuticals and Chemotherapy
By Aneesha Choudary Gummadi et al. World Journal of Oncology, Vol. 12, No. 5, Oct 2021

The study of genetic polymorphisms has significantly advanced the field of personalized medicine. Polymorphism of genes influence the efficacy of drugs used for treating medical conditions such as depression, cardiac diseases, thromboembolic disorders, oncological diseases, etc. The study of genetic polymorphism is beneficial for drug safety as well as for assessing therapeutic outcomes.  Read More.... 

October 23, 2021
Beyond Pain Relief: Is Opioids Use Safe in Clostridium difficile Infection?
By Hassan Al Moussawi et al. Gastroenterology Reserach, Vol. 14, No. 5, Oct 2021

Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) is a common condition in hospitalized patients. In the USA, there has been an alarming rise in the use of opioids for analgesia during hospitalization. Due to their antiperistalsis effect, opioids can increase absorption of bacterial toxins. This study aimed to highlight any correlation between opioids use in CDI and morbidity, mortality, and duration of hospitalization.  Read More....