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MARKET RESEARCH OF ANTIDOTE DRUGS FROM INDORE CITY OF MADHYA PRADESH-INDIA

The present paper through the light on the marketing survey of antidotes and a comparison of drugs, having less drug-drug interaction and adverse drug reaction which benefits the patient's in the treatment of poisoning. Market research was carried from Jan-2008 to August 2008; data's were collected from 3 Doctors and 10 chemist of Indore city.

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MARKET RESEARCH OF ANTIDOTE DRUGS FROM INDORE CITY OF MADHYA PRADESH-INDIA

SANJAY S. 1; JOSHI V.1*; BARPETE P.K.2; AND JHADE D.3
1, Productio Dept., Dabur Pharma, Delhi
2, Shri RNS college of Pharmacy, Gormi, M.P
3, Malhotra College of Pharmacy, Bhopal, M.P.
4, Dept. of Pharmacy, Chauksey Engineering College, Bilaspur, C.G.-India

*Corresponding author



ABSTRACT
The present paper through the light on the marketing survey of antidotes and a comparison of drugs, having less drug-drug interaction and adverse drug reaction which benefits the patient's in the treatment of poisoning. Market research was carried from Jan-2008 to August 2008; data's were collected from 3 Doctors and 10 chemist of Indore city.

INTRODUCTION

In our country a large number of populations especially rural and villagers died because of the poisoning. Poisons are substances that can cause damage, illness, or death to an organism, usually by chemical reaction or by other activity on the molecular scale, when a sufficient quantity is absorbed by an organism. Poisoning occurs when any substance interferes with normal body functions after it is swallowed, inhaled, injected, or absorbed.

A remedy or any agent used to neutralize or counteract the effects of a poison. The antidotes for different poisons can be different like for snake poisoning, Antivenins are given while Atropine is given during Organ-phosphorus poisoning and many other types of poison. The antidote for a particular toxin is manufactured by injecting the toxin into an animal in small doses and the resulting antibodies are extracted from the animals' blood. The venom produced by some snakes, spiders, and other venomous animals is often treatable by the use of these antivenins, although a number do lack one, and a bite or sting from such an animal often results in death. Some animal venoms, especially those produced by arthropods (e.g. certain spiders, scorpions, bees, etc.) are only potentially lethal when they provoke allergic reactions and induce anaphylactic shock; as such, there is no "antidote" for these venoms because it is not a form of poisoning, though anaphylactic shock can be treated (e.g., by the use of epinephrine). Some other toxins have no known antidote. For example, the poison ricin, which is produced from the waste byproduct of castor oil manufacture, has no antidote, and as a result is often fatal if it enters the human body in sufficient quantities.
The present work was conceived by us to explore and find out the status, utility of the sale and market of the antidote drugs in the Indore city of Madhya Pradesh-India.

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