National Conference On INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS NEW AGE CHALLENGES On 16th & 17th February 2018 __________________________________________________ Organized by MES's College of Pharmacy Sonai, Tal-Newasa, Dist- Ahmednagar ( Maharashtra) Sponsored By Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune. Disclaimer: The views expressed in the Conference book are those of author’s and not the publishers or the Editorial Board. The readers are informed; editors or the publishers do not owe any responsibility for any damage or loss to any person for the result of any action taken on the basis of the work. The articles/papers published in the Conference book are subject to copyright of the publisher. No part of the publication can be copied or reproduced without the permission of the publishers. ISBN : 978-93-87665-51-4 Printing & Published by: Success Publications Radha Krishna Apartment, 535, Shaniwar Peth, Opp. Prabhat Theatre, Pune - 411030. Contact - 9422025610, 8390848833, 020-24433374, 24434662 Email- [email protected] Website- www.sharpmultinational.com For MES's College of Pharmacy Sonai, Tal-Newasa, Dist- Ahmednagar ( Maharashtra) Our Inspiration Hon’ble Shri.Yashwantraoji Gadakh Patil (Founder, Mula Education Society, Sonai) President Message I am delighted to know that, M.E.S’s College of Pharmacy, Sonai is organizing Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune Sponsored national level seminar on “Intellectual Property Rights: New Age Challenges” on 16th and 17th February 2018. The pharmaceutical world today is adopting new technologies and practices and pharmacy education in India needs to be relevant in the global context. In order to endure rapid changes in technology, we need to merge pharmaceutical education with the developing trends. Thus, continuous research by teachers and students is an integral part of education system. I am sure that, discussion during the conference will be very successful and contribute to the betterment of society. I extend warm and sincere wishes to all the participants and organizing committee. Hon. Prashant Gadakh Patil President, Mula Education Society, Sonai - Secretary Message- I am happy to know that, M.E.S’s College of Pharmacy, Sonai is organizing Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune Sponsored national level seminar on “Intellectual Property Rights: New Age Challenges” on 16th and 17th February 2018. Modern medicines have significantly extended life expectancy of the people and we recognize the vital role that research plays in health care. The seminar serves as a platform for students, teachers and academicians. I hope that the deliberations during the seminar shall help in enhancing quality of research in pharmacy institutions. I extend my warm greetings to the participants and organizing committee and wish the seminar every success. Hon. Shri. U. M. Londhe Secretary, Mula Education Society, Sonai -Joint Secretary Message- It is indeed great matter of pride for us to welcome you all, to Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune Sponsored national level seminar on “Intellectual Property Rights: New Age Challenges” on 16th and 17th February 2018. The objective of this seminar is to provide a forum to discuss the latest advances and the breathtaking developments and opportunities in the pharmaceutical field. A dynamic platform to many investigators to share their research experience and to promote advancement of knowledge. It is a good opportunity to the students and faculties to get a very comprehensive overview on Intellectual Property Rights: New Age Challenges” I welcome all participants, experts to this seminar and look forward to interacting with you in person. Dr. V. K. Deshmukh Joint Secretary, Mula Education Society, Sonai - Message - It is indeed great matter of pride for us that M.E.S’s College of Pharmacy, Sonai is organizing Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune Sponsored national level seminar on “Intellectual Property Rights: New Age Challenges” on 16th and 17th February 2018. This seminar aims to provide an excellent opportunity to students and teachers to explore the diverse research areas in pharmaceutical field. Our team is striving hard to ensure that all participants have a valuable and enjoyable experience at this seminar. We anticipate an energizing seminar that guarantees great scientific debate and pleasant social collaborations. We look forward to welcoming you to our institute. Dr. R. B. Pandhare Chairman, Scientific Services, Committee Associate Professor & Head, Dept. of Pharmacology M.E.S’s College of Pharmacy, Sonai Mula Education Society College of Pharmacy, Sonai i INDEX PHARMACEUTICS Poster no. Presenting author Title Page No. A-1 GHUME V.K. Edible plates and spoons with oral hygiene. 1 A-2 KHATIK M.A A short review on quality by design approach for pharmaceuticals 2 A-3 JANGALE S.S. Generic v/s branded drugs 3 A-4 NARWATE B.M A short review on quality by design approach for pharmaceuticals 4 A-5 BHASAR M.R 3d printing in healthcare system 5 A-6 WARKAD D.B., 9e5 premium health drink 6 A-7 DETHE P.D Nanomedicine - the future of cancer treatment: a review 7 A-8 GHULE P.J Amorphous solid dispersion: a promising technique for improving oral bioavailability of poorly water-soluble drugs 8 A-9 ATHARVPUND Online pharmacy: boon or bane 9 A-10 RACHHA M.S. Fdi: a threat or opportunity 10 A-11 KAPRE R, L. Formulation and evaluation of dry emulsion for class ii drug to enhance aqueous solubility 11 A-12 RAJAT J GADHAVE Micro balloons for drug delivery: review 12 A-13 GAYDHANE S.B Formulation and evaluation of paracetamol tablet using natural plant based excipients as a binder. 13 A-14 RASKAR P. B. Novel drug delivery strategies for drug delivery of low molecular weight heparins: a review 14 A-15 MOKATE R. K, Gst to benefit pharma industry 15 A-16 SONAWANE P. S Digital success in pharma 16 A-17 WALKE A. S, The war of ethics 17 A-18 MISS. RAJHANS RUTUJA S. Formulation and evaluation of ezogabine in-situ gel for intranasal to brain targeting drug delivery system 18 Mula Education Society College of Pharmacy, Sonai ii A-19 GHUME V. K., PANCHARIYA S. R Formulation and evaluation of polyherbal toothpaste for oral care 19 A-20 PANCHARIYA S. R Homemade herbal cough lozenges 20 A-21 NALAWADE.P.J. Formulation and in vitro characterization of gastroretentive microballoons of drotaverine hydrochloride 21 A-22 KAPRE R.L. Enhancement of aqueous solubility and oral bioavailability of olmesartan medoxomil by dry emulsion 22 A-23 SHELAR MUKESH Formulation and Evaluation of Fast Dissolving Tablet and Film of Vardenafil HCL 23 PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY Poster no. Name of the presenting author Title Page No. B-1 SHIRSATH. K.S, Nasal filters: a novel approach to tackling allergic rhinitis 24 B-2 BHANUSE AKSHAY Synthesis and pharmacological evaluation of 2, 4-thiazolidinediones as antidiabetic agents 25 PHARMACOGNOSY Poster no. Name of the presenting author Title Page No. C-1 DHAWALE A A. Herbal treatment for periodontal diseases 26 C-2 LASGARE S.S., Natural dyes as acid-base indicators from beta vulgaris & hibiscus rosa sinensis 27 C-3 DABHADE P. R., Herbal drug meant for the treatment of polycystic ovary syndrome (pcos) and its complications 28 C-4 GADAKH P. S Mosquito born diseases: need of herbal mosquito repellents 29 C-5 KANDEKAR R. S., Preparation of herbal tea 30 C-6 BORUDE S.R. Preparation and evaluation of nutritional nut bread from psidiumguajavaas a base. 31 C-7 MISS. GITEVARSHA Z Medicinal plants potential in wound healing 32 C-8 SWATI L. KADAM Overview on (narcotic drugs & psychotropic substances) 33 Mula Education Society College of Pharmacy, Sonai iii C-9 DHAWALE A A. Herbal treatment for periodontal diseases 34 C-10 KUTE S. S. Regulatory aspects of ayurvedic, siddha and unani medicines 35 C-11 GAURAV J. AUTADE Formulation and evaluation of herbal shampoo 36 C-12 GARGI V. KIRLOSKAR, Formulation and evaluation of topical antiinflamatory herbal gel 37 PHARMACOLOGY Poster no. Name of the presenting author Title Page No. D-1 AHER SAURABH Areview on gestational diabetis mellitus & recent updates in diabetis mellitus. 38 D-2 KUNAL S NANNAWARE Resistance to antibiotics A review 39 D-3 *AJAY B SHELKE , Montelukast and cetrizine may ameliorate progression of rheumatoid arthritis 40 D-4 PRAVIN ADSUL Formulation, preparation and evaluation of shilajit eye drop for the treatment of cataract. 41 D-5 AHER SAURABH A review on gestational diabetis mellitus & amp; Recent updates in diabetis mellitus. 42 D-6 ANJALI C. ABHALE Formulation and evaluation of topical antiinflamatory herbal gel 43 D-7 AKSHAY R. BHARUD Formulation and evaluation of topical antiinflamatory herbal gel 44 D-8 KRUSHNA P. DHORDE A comprehensive review on medicinal plants with Anticancer activity 45 D-9 SHUBHAM M. KAWARE, A review on medicinal plants with antidiabetic activity 46 D-10 MULE SACHIN, Herbal spray for pain and inflammation 47 D-11 MHAISMALE K. S. Alcohol free herbal hand sanitizer- formulation and evaluation 48 D-12 PANDIT SHUBHAM R Development and evaluation of natural formulation for the Treatment of fmd 49 D-13 SHINDE V. A Evaluation of the diuretic and urinary electrolyte effects of clitorea ternatea linn. (fabaceae) ethanol leaf extract in wistar albino rats 50 Mula Education Society College of Pharmacy, Sonai iv D-14 SHIRSATH A. J Anti-urolithiatic potential of bryophyllumpinnatumagainst sodium oxalate (naox) induced urolithiasis in rats 51 D-15 SHRIPAD M. BAIRAGI Pharmacological and pharmacognostical review on calotropis gigantea and calotropis procera 52 D-16 AMATE PRAKASH K. Bixa as a herbal hair dye 53 D-17 SAMEER KHAN Formulation and evaluation of novel proniosomal organogel for the treatment of burn 54 D-18 LOKHANDE VAIJAYANTI M. Medicinal plants potential in wound healing 55 D-19 GADE N. D. Formulation and evaluation of polyherbal toothpaste for oral care 56 D-20 PANCHARIYA S. R. Antidiarrhoeal potential of adenanthera pavonina linn. Seed aqueous extract in experimental animals 57 D-21 TAMBE SAGAR S., THOMBARE AISHWARYA V. The in vivo and in vitro diabetic wound healing effects of eclipta alba and calotropis gigantea 58 D-22 DOLE M. D., DHUMAL B. B. A novel herbal skin care detergent soap 59 PHARMACEUTICS Intellectual property Rights: Current Challenges ISBN : 978-93-87665-51-4 Mula Education Society College of Pharmacy, Sonai 1 EDIBLE PLATES AND SPOONS WITH ORAL HYGIENE Ghume V. K., Shirsath A. J. and Wagh J. G M.E.S‟s College of Pharmacy, Sonai .Tal-Newasa, Dist-Ahmednagar ABSTRACT: It is very important to keep ourselves fit and avoid the use or contact of harmful contaminants in what we eat, drink or use. Worldwide focus has shifted towards coming closer to the nature and various natural practices are being adopted to keep one fit. With same the important problem is Dental infections such as dental caries is an infectious disease which is also affecting most of the peoples. This Work relates to a novel method of making eco-friendly and biodegradable edible Plates and spoons with natural plant extract of curing dental caries for oral hygiene, without any preservatives or chemical additives. KEYWORDS: edible, dental caries, eco-friendly.