Pharmacology is the study of drugs – how do drugs act and what are their unwanted effects. In the department of pharmacology, various experiments are carried out to study the effects of different drug categories, providing training to students in fundamentals of anatomy, physiology, health education, experimental, clinical pharmacology and therapeutics. The pharmacology and physiology laboratories are well equipped with facilities for research in areas like neuropharmacology, cardiovascular, antihyperlipidemic, antiasthmatic studies, anti-inflammatory etc. The department is actively involved in the research projects and the research papers are published in the National and International journals of repute.

Department of Pharmacology has well equipped ‘Animal House’ registered under CPCSEA, New Delhi.

List of Instruments

  • Microscopes
  • Haemocytometer with Micropipettes
  • Sahli’s haemocytometer
  • Hutchinson’s spirometer
  • Spygmomanometer
  • Stethoscope
  • Permanent Slides for various tissues
  • Models for various organs
  • Specimen for various organs and systems
  • Skeleton and bones
  • Different Contraceptive Devices and Models
  • Muscle electrodes
  • Lucas moist chamber
  • Myographic lever
  • Stimulator
  • Centrifuge
  • Electronic Balance
  • Physical /Chemical Balance
  • Sherrington’s Kymograph Machine / Polyrite
  • Sherrington Drum
  • Perspex bath assembly (single unit)
  • Aerators
  • Computer with LCD
  • Software packages for experiment
  • Standard graphs of various drugs
  • Actophotometer
  • Rotarod
  • Pole climbing apparatus
  • Analgesiometer (Eddy’s hot plate and radiant heat methods)
  • Convulsiometer
  • Plethysmograph
  • Digital pH meter
  • Folin-Wu tubes
  • Dissection Tray and Boards
  • Haemostatic artery forceps
  • Hypodermic syringes and needles of size 15,24,26G
  • Levers, cannulae

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