http://press.rubatosis.org/index.php/rbp/issue/feed Rubatosis Book Publications 2023-06-22T12:06:45+00:00 Publication Manager press@rubatosis.org Open Monograph Press Rubatosis Book Publications http://press.rubatosis.org/index.php/rbp/catalog/book/13 Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry - I 2023-06-22T12:06:45+00:00 Dr. D. Saravanan dev.srvana@gmail.com Deivam dev.srvana@gmail.com Karpakavalli dev.srvana@gmail.com <p>This book work aims to provide the students’ community, with a prominent focus on the ‘notes’ point of view, to appreciate the importance of more reading habits among students, and render their immense confidence in their learning efforts for the end semester exam preparations.<br>Nowadays, owing to social media addiction habits that exist among young students, notes preparation by them becomes a very rare action. Even the capable and high IQ candidates are not bothering much about in knowing the significance of deep and extensive learning about a theme. All the professional students are fond of having only a shallow reading and exam preparation, not worrying about being thorough in any of the concepts and are getting much more satisfied with dilute knowledge.<br>Because of the above reasons, the textbooks created by many legendary authors are not referred by these negligent students, nowadays. And also, during answer sheets evaluation, it becomes a practice for the exam paper evaluators do always face a “like-answer” presentation in most of the answer scripts. In-spite of many motivations by teachers, and colleges; many numbers of revision tests; important key answer practices; whatsApp notes and the like reasons, today’s students are not interested either in hard work or in acquiring knowledge. <br>For years together, it was observed that the current students’ mentality in learning any concept of the subjects is like “if and only if, the provided manuscript is short, crispy, and explanatory with diagram or charts and at the same time as lucid, clearer and understandable”. Without any much task or difficulty, even the slow learners are also gradually, consistently and hopefully trained to learn the topic and to score better; equally, fast learners are also of thought that they have done a complete study for exams.<br>For all the above reasons, we authors plan to create text content for the topics listed in II semester, B.Pharmacy syllabus as per PCI regulations for the subject Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry-I, focusing only on those topics which are of significance an exam point of view. The text has been prepared in various headings viz., classification and nomenclature of simple organic compounds, structural isomerism, intermediates forming in reactions, important physical properties, reactions and methods of preparation of these compounds. The syllabus also emphasizes mechanisms and orientation of reactions. </p> 2023-06-22T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Dr. D. Saravanan, Dr. S. Deivam, Dr. M. Karpakavalli http://press.rubatosis.org/index.php/rbp/catalog/book/6 Pharmaceutical Analysis-I 2020-08-18T16:38:54+00:00 Dr. I. Sarath Chandiran journals@rubatosis.org Mr. S. G. Raman tanush2015@gmail.com Dr. D. Saravanan dev.srvana@gmail.com Dr. T. Venkatachalam enkatachalammpharm@yahoo.co.in <p>The book “Pharmaceutical Analysis - I” is a culmination and very honest, sincere effect the level and aspirations of Pharmacy students for the undergraduate level. This textbook is written as per syllabus prescribed by Pharmacy Council India. Many students do not have a good background in Pharmaceutical Analysis- I. We have tried to make simpler and easily understandable to our students for whom this book has been written. The book consists of 5 chapters, further each chapter starts with the introduction followed by a subtopic specified in the syllabus such as introduction to pharmaceutical analysis, errors, pharmacopoeia, limit tests, acid base titrations, non-aqueous titrations, precipitation, complexometric, gravimetry and diazodisation titrations, redox titrations, electrochemical methods of analysis – condctometry, potentiometry and polarography.</p> <p>The book allows for the lucid understanding of different types of titrations. The subject matter will be interest to the students and together of pharmacy and general science courses. We hope the reader to find the book more informative and rewarding. The constrictive suggestions to readers for further improving the presentation of subject matter of the book. A detailed index at the end of the book will be of great help to the readers.</p> 2021-04-29T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Prof. S. G. Raman, Dr. D. Saravanan, Dr. T. Venkatachalam http://press.rubatosis.org/index.php/rbp/catalog/book/9 Pharmaceutical Analysis-I 2021-04-29T19:34:35+00:00 Dr. I. Sarath Chandiran journals@rubatosis.org Mr. S.G.Raman Publications journals@rubatosis.org Dr. D. Saravanan journals@rubatosis.org Dr. T. Venkatachalam journals@rubatosis.org <p>The book “Pharmaceutical Analysis -I” is a culmination and very honest, sincere effect the level and aspirations of Pharmacy students for the undergraduate level.</p> <p>This textbook is written as per syllabus prescribed by Pharmacy Council India. Many students do not have a good background in Pharmaceutical Analysis- I.</p> <p>We have tried to make simpler and easily understandable to our students for whom this book has been written.</p> <p>The book consists of 5 chapters, further each chapter starts with the introduction followed by a subtopic specified in the syllabus such as introduction to pharmaceutical analysis, errors, pharmacopoeia, limit tests, acid base titrations, non-aqueous titrations, precipitation , complexometric, gravimetry and diazodisation titrations, redox titrations, electrochemical methods of analysis – condctometry, potentiometry and polarography.</p> <p>The book allows for the lucid understanding of different types of titrations. The subject matter will be interest to the students and together of pharmacy and general science courses.</p> <p>We hope the reader to find the book more informative and rewarding. The constrictive suggestions to readers for further improving the presentation of subject matter of the book. A detailed index at the end of the book will be of great help to the readers.</p> 2021-04-29T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Dr. I. Sarath Chandiran , Mr. S.G.Raman, Dr. D. Saravanan, Dr. T. Venkatachalam http://press.rubatosis.org/index.php/rbp/catalog/book/8 Basic Aspects of Pharmaceutical Microbiology 2020-12-12T16:44:28+00:00 Dr. R. Senthilraj senthilrajbt@gmail.com Dr. K. Masilamani senthilrajbt@gmail.com Dr. D. Saravanan journals@rubatosis.org <p>Knowing the essentials in microbiology is very important because the role of Microbes in pharmacy is Unavoidable especially since many medicines are prepared from microbial origin now a day. From the above facts the basic Aspects of Pharmaceutical microbiology book written in a simple manner suited to all undergraduate, Postgraduate, and Research scholar students of microbiology. The book provided in simple language and with an exhaustive coverage of the B.Pharm Syllabus. References have been added at the end of each chapter in order to guide the reader to the classical and current literature.<br>The book has 5 Chapters and each chapter focuses on the followings<br>Chapter 1 Anatomy, isolation, enumeration of bacteria<br>Chapter 2 Identification and sterilization of pharmaceuticals by various methods<br>Chapter 3 Virus, Fungi and Disinfectant<br>Chapter 4 Aseptic condition and Microbiological assay<br>Chapter 5 Microbial Spoilage and Animal cell culture<br>Further, the book contains practical which covers application point experiments in the pharmaceutical,<br>microbiological and Biotechnological Industries</p> 2021-04-29T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Dr. R. Senthilraj, Dr. K. Masilamani http://press.rubatosis.org/index.php/rbp/catalog/book/1 Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry Volume 1 2020-06-29T05:25:38+00:00 Dr. D. Saravanan press@rubatosis.org S.G. Raman press@rubatosis.org Prof. Dr. T. Venkatachalam press@rubatosis.org Dr. V. Gnanavel press@rubatosis.org Prof. R. Rajkumar press@rubatosis.org <p>This textbook has been written for I year Pharm.D students. Many students do not have a good background in Pharmaceutical Organic chemistry.</p> <p>This textbook is written as per the syllabus prescribed by Pharmacy Council India. The content of this book is a simple language, self-explanatory, and easy for the readers to grasp the subject.</p> <p>The book consists of 15 chapters, further, each chapter starts with the introduction followed by a subtopic specified in the syllabus such as structure and physical properties of organic compounds; IUPAC/common system of nomenclature of organic compounds, substitution reaction, addition reaction, elimination reaction, oxidation and reduction with mechanism, orientation and reactivity of reaction, the order of reactivity, the stability of organic compounds, some named organic reactions and their mechanism, and method of preparation, test for purity, assay, medicinal uses of some important official compounds listed in Indian Pharmacopoeia have been dealt with in the comprehensive but precise text. A detailed index at the end of the book will be of great help to the readers.</p> 2020-10-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Rubatosis Book Publications http://press.rubatosis.org/index.php/rbp/catalog/book/7 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology 2020-08-31T20:17:55+00:00 B. Syed Salman salman20054@gmail.com <p>The Pharmaceutical Biotechnology book is a guide for students an innovative, adaptive, and valuable presentation of the subject. During the past 24 years, biotechnology and cell molecular biology have developed ande emerged into major disciplines not only in theoretical importance but also of equal potentials. it was organized in good themes of concepts in the academic plans. it covers all important topics of academic and industrial approaches.</p> 2020-08-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 B. Syed Salman http://press.rubatosis.org/index.php/rbp/catalog/book/2 Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry-III 2020-08-01T03:34:28+00:00 Dr. D. Saravanan dev.srvana@gmail.com Dr.T.Venkatachalam dev.srvana@gmail.com Prof.S.G.Raman dev.srvana@gmail.com <p>The book “Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry-III” is a culmination and very honest, sincere effect the level and aspirations of Pharmacy students for the undergraduate level.</p> <p>This textbook is written as per syllabus prescribed by Pharmacy Council India. Many students do not have a good background in Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry.</p> <p>We have tried to make simpler and easily understandable to our students for whom this book has been written.</p> <p>The book consists of 5 chapters, further each chapter starts with the introduction followed by a subtopic specified in the syllabus such as Stereo chemistry, Hetero cyclic compounds, Naming reactions and their mechanism and synthetic application.</p> <p>The book was designed to expand on the foundation has been acquired in the chemistry courses. The subject matter will be interest to the students and together of pharmacy and general science courses.</p> <p>We hope the reader to find the book more informative and rewarding. The constrictive suggestions to readers for further improving the presentation of subject matter of the book. A detailed index at the end of the book will be of great help to the readers.</p> 2020-07-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Rubatosis Book Publications http://press.rubatosis.org/index.php/rbp/catalog/book/5 Hand Book of Experiments in Novel Drug Delivery System 2020-08-08T19:08:37+00:00 B. Syed Salman salman20054@gmail.com <p>As Such Novel Drug Delivery system is a huge area nad number of books can be written. The students of undergraduate and post graduate level need to know basics of fomulations and evaluvation techniques. The Hand book of Experiments in Novel Drug delivery system is a subject as per the syallbus Prescribed by the Pharmacy council of India for B. Pharmacy and other univerisities for M. Pharmacy course. Therefore the book is written in guidance to the students they will understand the various methods of formulation and evaluvation techniques approach for development. The Hand Book of Experiments in Novel Drug Delivery System Which Includes Formulation and Evaluvation techniques of control drug delivery systems, microcapsules, mucosal drug delivery systems, Implantable drug delivery systems, Transdermal drug delivery system, gastro-retentive drug delivery systems, nasopulmonary drug delivery systems, occular drug delivery systems, intrauterine drug delivery systems and vesicular drug delievery systems i.e, Liposomes, Niosomes, Transfersomes, Colloidosomes, Cubosomes, Sphingosomes, Ufasomes, Aquasomes,</p> 2020-04-21T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 B. Syed Salman http://press.rubatosis.org/index.php/rbp/catalog/book/4 Hand Book of Experiments in Pharmaceutical Chemistry 2020-08-08T17:32:18+00:00 Dr. D. Saravanan dev.srvana@gmail.com J. Padmavathy dev.srvana@gmail.com <p>The book Handbook of Experiments in Pharmaceutical Chemistry covers a wide area in the field of practical pharmaceutical chemistry. Chemistry knowledge in pharmacy education has a very important role to play for the students in both degree and post graduate level to carry out their studies and also to carry on further research in this very wide field.</p> 2019-10-08T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Dr. D. Saravanan, J. Padmavathy http://press.rubatosis.org/index.php/rbp/catalog/book/3 Viva Voice in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 2020-08-08T17:05:55+00:00 Dr. Anmol Agarwal dranmolag@yahoo.com <p>Viva Voce in Oral &amp; Maxillofacial Surgery is a distinctive publication designed to help undergraduates as well as exam going residents for a quick revision before appearing for their practical exams in Oral &amp; Maxillofacial Surgery. In order to give comprehensive coverage to all the aspects of maxillofacial surgery, the book is designed into 2 Volumes. The answers to the questions asked during viva voce have been meticulously prepared in such a pattern that it is easy for the students to read, understand and reproduce. Apart from having to the point information, the handbook also serves as a source of standard references for further reading.</p> 2019-07-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Dr. Anmol Agarwal