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केन्द्रीय आयुर्वेद अनुसंधान संस्थान

CENTRAL AYURVEDA RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences (CCRAS)
Ministry of AYUSH, Govt. of India

Welcome to the Central Ayurveda Research Institute, Bangalore

ACHIEVEMENTS

1. CARI Bengaluru is recognized as one of the best performing Peripheral Pharmacovigilance centre from National Pharmacovigilance co-ordinating Centre AIIA New Delhi. Co-ordinators of the centre received certificate of appreciation for two consecutive years (2019-20 and 2020-21).

2. Published 3 Research scientific articles in International peer reviewed journals and published 3 abstracts in souvenir of National seminars.

Publications

1. A comprehensive review on Bhallataka from classical texts of Ayurveda. Journal Of Ayurveda And Integrated Medical Sciences, 5(1), 248 - 258.
2. Knowledge, attitude and practice of Ayurveda pharmacists toward pharmacovigilance and adverse drug reaction reporting: A cross-sectional study
3. A study to evaluate ayurveda product labels for their compliance as per drug and cosmetic rules 1945, rule 161(B)

Paper/poster presentations

1. Dr Shubhashree M N and Dr Raghavenda Naik, PPvC presented scientific papers at AYUSH SURAKSHA” National seminar on Phrmacovigilance at Jamnagar on 8th- 10th November 2019. Dr Shubhashree M N received best paper presentation prize.
2. Dr Sunona George, Programme Assistant, PPvC presented a poster at AYUSH SURAKSHA” National seminar on Phrmacovigilance at Jamnagar on 8th- 10th November 2019.


ARTICLE PUBLISHED 2020-21

Naik R. Shubhashree M.N.,Chandra shekharan C,Bhat S. A Study to Evaluate Ayurveda Product Labels for their Compliance as per Drug and Cosmetic Rules 1945, Rule 161(B) AYUHOM 2020 : 7 75-9

Naik R., Shubhashree M.N, Chandrashekharan C, Bhat S.Knowledge, attitude, and practice of Ayurveda pharmacists toward pharmaco vigilance and adverse drug reaction reporting : a cross-sectional study) J. Indian Sys Medicine 2021 , 9 181-6


UNDER PUBLICATION

Ayurveda drug usage pattern among rural and urban population-A cross sectional survey from Bengaluru, Karnataka

Inappropriate use of home remedies - A pharmacovigilance perspective

UNDERGOING PROJECT

A study to evaluate the knowledge, attitude and practice of house surgeons towards Pharmacovigilance programme for ASU drugs