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Medication use research expects to evaluate if sedate treatment is sane. To look through the objective techniques for inspecting drug treatment towards discernment are vital. Many of these modern day synthetic drugs were treated for infection associated diseases condition to expelled unwanted effects and also unknowing unwanted effects found in the present survey. Questionnaire format will be prepared with the help of standard guidelines. This study was planed 1500 infected patients collected from 350 bedded tertiary care hospital- PVS Hospital (P) LTD Calicut.  The survey conducted by different zones of Kerala by using questionnaire.  Analysis of different demographical parameters. Results expressed that the survey only with findings expressed that the patients which are not associated with infection but they affected infection (498 numbers & 33.2%) for lesser percentage and numbers when compared with infection associated diseases (802 Numbers & 53.5%).  The severe infection patients percentage 13.3%) and numbers (200) were very low when compared to infection associated diseases (802 Numbers & 53.5%) and single diseases (498 Numbers & 33.2%). In our conclusion above demographical parameter will be helps to develop medical facilities for reduce the infected patients level in kerala zone.


sedate infection un wanted effects questionnaire patients and demographical

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Anilasree B. P, & Biju C. R. (2023). Comparative clinical evaluation of anti biotics on kerala zone. International Journal of Research in Pharmacology & Pharmacotherapeutics, 12(3), 146-152.


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