This book focuses on recent research, practice and knowledge on diabetes mellitus. It contains up-to-date information on the diverse fields of global scenario, diagnostic approach, pharmacological approach, food and medicinal plants, chemical agents and SAR. Book should be of interest to all those engaged in treatment of diabetes mellitus as well as development of new drugs in the concerned regimes.
Diabetes Mellitus Analysis and Advancement focuses on recent research, practice and knowledge on diabetes mellitus. Diabetes mellitus (DM) became epidemic around the globe and is one of the most serious threats to public health nowadays. Prevalence of type 2 DM is increasing at an alarming rate with the increase in obesity, hypertension, unhealthy lifestyle, stress, etc. DM and its associated complications pose serious situation all over the world. Written by a team of researchers to provide comprehensive and up-to-date information to common people and researchers, the book contains a total of eight chapters focusing on diverse fields of global scenario, diagnostic approach, pharmacological approach, food and medicinal plants, chemical agents and SAR, protocol for animal study.
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Author||De, Biplab | Sen, Saikat | Chakraborty, Raja|
|Size||28×40/16 (trimmed 173mm×240mm)|
|About the Author||
Biplab De MPharm, PhD, AIC, FICCE, FIBR is Associate Professor, Regional Institute of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology (Government of Tripura), Agartala, Tripura. With a teaching experience of over 18 years, he has written/presented more than 150 research and review papers in reputed journals, proceedings, reference books and national and international conferences. He has also written three books. He was awarded and appraised for his research work at different levels including 'Bharat Excellence Award', 'Dr RL Nicore Award' and received a reward from J Forest Res (China). He became President of Tripura State Pharmacy Council, Tripura. He has guided a number of students at graduate, postgraduate, MPhil and PhD levels.