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Ex Pharm - Software

Virtual Pharmacology - Animal Simulator - Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) - Software 
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What is Ex Pharm (Experimental Pharmacology) - Series 

This is the computer assisted learning (CAL) software, containing various programs which simulate animal experiments in pharmacology. The modules in the software can be used to demonstrate effect of drugs on different animals systems. The software is being used and trusted by pharmacologists from many years. The package is user friendly, highly interactive and full of animated sequences which make simulation appear realistic.

About Us : Legacy of 20 Years 

Bureau for Health and Education Status Upliftment is a trusted name in education domain from past 20 years and “Ex Pharm” software from “Bureau for Health and Education Status Upliftment” is Number 1 Brand Name for Pharmacology Experiments Software in India, in terms of subscribers as it is having more than five thousand satisfied users.

In the history of past years few efforts were made by individual pharmacologists to design few modules for pharmacology with different similar appearing brand names, because those were not easy to use and also not covering all modules of syllabus, so to provide a comprehensive solution to students and faculty, more than 50 renowned Pharmacologists from whole India came together at the platform of “Bureau for Health & Education Status Upliftment” for well-executed and organized launch of computer assisted learning (CAL) and animal simulation software with the Brand Name “Ex Pharm” with registered “Trade Mark” from Govt. of India.

The current version of Ex Pharm (Experimental Pharmacology) - Series Software consists of following computer simulated experiments:

01. Experiment on effects of various drugs (Mydriatic, Miotic and Local Anaesthetic) on rabbit's eye.

     - Epinephrine

     - Atropine

     - Ephedrine

     - Physostigmine

     - Lignocaine


02. Study of Analgesic activity with the help of "Tail Flick Apparatus" (Analgesiometer).


03. Study of Analgesic activity with the help of "Hot Plate Apparatus" (Analgesiometer).


04. To study analgesic activity by writhing test.


05. Study of Antihistaminic drugs/Anti allergic drugs by mast cell stabilization method with help of "Histamine Chamber”.


06. Study of Muscle Relaxant activity with the help of "Rota-Rod Apparatus".


07  Study of CNS Depressants & Stimulants Using "Actophotometer".


08. Study of Drugs acting on CNS (Including Anxiolytic Activity) using following modules

      - Elevated Plus Maze Method

      - Pole Climbing Method


09. Study of anticonvulsant activity using "Electro Convulsiometer".


10. To study PTZ induced convulsions in mice.


11. Study of effect of hepatic microsomal enzyme inducers on the phenobarbitone sleeping time in mice.

12. To study the action of strychnine/ anaesthetic on frog neurons (excitability).

13. Test for pyrogens using rabbits.


14. Effect of drugs on isolated guinea pig ileum (in-vitro).


15. To study respiratory depression effect on rabbit.


16. Study of stereotype and anti-catatonic activity of drugs on mice.


17. Experiments on thyroid and antithyroid drugs

      - The effect of thyroxin, TSH, propylthiouracil, on metabolism.


18. Experiments on blood sugar

      -  The effect of insulin (hypoglycemic activity) and alloxan on blood glucose.


19. Study of anti-inflammatory activity using carrageenan induced paw oedema method


20. Study of diuretic activity using metabolic cage


21. Experiments on amphibian nerve-muscle (sciatic nerve and gastrocnemius) preparation.


22. Experiment on Effect of various drugs on Isolated Frog's Heart. (DRC- Dose Response Curve)

     - Epinephrine

     - Norepinephrine

     - Isoprenaline

     - Calcium chloride

     - Propranolol

     - Acetylcholine

     - Potassium chloride

     - Atropine sulphate


23. Experiments on effect of different drugs on dog BP & heart rate.

      1. Virtual Practice- Effects of drugs on the dog BP and Heart Rate.

      2. Effects of Vasopressor and Vasodepressor with appropriate blockers.

      a. Virtual Practice- Reversal action of adrenaline on blood pressure and heart rate.

      b. Virtual Practice- Reversal action of acetylcholine on blood pressure and heart rate.

24. Experiments on Lagendorff’s Apparatus

      - Effect of coronary vasodilators on isolated heart

      - Effect of parasympathomimetics

25. Experiment on Bioassay of Histamine on the ileum of Guinea Pig.


26. Bioassay of Acetylcholine on the isolated rectus abdominis muscle of frog

        (a) By Matching Method  (b) By Interpolation Method   (c) By 3 Point Method   (d) By 4 Point Method.


27. Bioassay of oxytocin on the isolated rat uterine horn by following methods

        (a) By Matching Method  (b) By Interpolation Method   (c) By 3 Point Method   (d) By 4 Point Method.


28. Bioassay of serotonin on the isolated rat fundus strip by following methods

        (a) By Matching Method  (b) By Interpolation Method   (c) By 3 Point Method   (d) By 4 Point Method.


29. To record the DRC and to determine the pD2 value for acetylcholine on frog rectus abdominis muscle. 


30. Determination of pD2 value of histamine on guinea pig ileum.


31. Determination of pD2 value of serotonin on rat stomach (fundus part) strip.


32. Determination of pA2 Value of prazosin using rat anococcygeus muscle (by Schilds plot method)


33. Study of anti-ulcer activity - using pylorus ligation method.


34. Evaluation of effect of acetylcholine (spasmogens) using rabbit jejunum.


35. Evaluation of effect of different drugs on ciliary motility.


36. Evaluation of effect of saline purgatives on frog intestine.


37. Determination of acute irritation of a test substance.

      - Skin irritation (Including edema formation)

      - Eye irritation


* Additionally, Examination Mode is provided for the modules.

* Separate observation table/finding download option is available for each student with student name and experiment readings/findings.

* In addition to above mentioned interactive experiments, modules are provided for following:
      - Different routes of drug administration
      - Blood withdrawal techniques
      - Methods of anaesthesia & euthanasia.

Frequently Asked Questions: 

Which software is used for performing pharmacology experiments/practical ?

"Ex Pharm" - Series software is used mainly to perform pharmacology experiments/practical, by the help of this software students can perform pharmacology experiments through "Computer Assisted Learning (CAL)" and "Animal Simulation" without harming the animals.

What is animal simulation software for pharmacology / What is animal simulator software for pharmacology ?

Animal simulation software for pharmacology is the software which is used to perform pharmacology experiments by simulation techniques. The "Ex Pharm" - Series software is used for this purpose.

What is CAL in Pharmacology ?

CAL is Computer Assisted Learning in Pharmacology, in which pharmacology experiments are performed by using computer virtual software. The "Ex Pharm" - Series software is used for this purpose.

For whom is the software ?

"Ex Pharm" - Series Software is aimed for medical, pharmacy, ayurveda, veterinary, dental science and physiotherapy students. The software can also be used by the students of paramedical courses such as nursing, medical laboratory technology etc.

Why It Is Necessary: 

As per National Medical Commission

NMC has issued MSR for Medical Colleges through Gazette Notification, Dated 29 Oct 2020. The mentioned regulations has stated that pharmacology experiments should be done by computer assisted learning software (Please see page number 64 & 75).

NMC Regulationss

As per Medical Council of India

MCI has issued guidelines through Gazette Notification No. MCI-34(41)/2013-Med./64022; Dated 19 March 2014. The mentioned guidelines has stated that “For teaching Physiology and Pharmacology in UG curriculum, the required knowledge and skills should be imparted by using Computer Assisted modules”.

MCI Guidelines

As per Pharmacy Council of India

a. PCI has issued guidelines through Gazette Notification No.10-1/2012- PCI; Dated 25 August 2014. The mentioned guidelines has stated that “Wherever animal experimentations are prescribed in the curriculum, the required knowledge and skill should be imparted by using computer assisted modules”.

PCI Guidelines

b. PCI (Pharmacy council of India) has issued the latest notification, Dated : 25 Nov 2019, Ref. No: 10-1/2019-PCI (PT-  1)/6644-46 (Letter Attached) as per that " Wherever animal experiments are being conducted using simulations, the requirement of Animal House & registration with CPCSEA is not Required for such institutions"

PCI Guidelines

c.  The Education Regulations, 2020 - Recommending Ex Pharm Software for Pharmacology Experiments - Please see page number 41

PCI Guidelines

As Per Veterinary Council of India 

As per Veterinary Council of India (Minimum Standards of Veterinary Education)- Degree Course (B.V.Sc. & A.H.) Regulations,2016, all veterinary colleges should have simulation laboratory (as mentioned on page number 141, point number XXV)

VCI Regulations

Subscription Procedure:

1. The software can be subscribed by filling online subscription form.

2. The software can also be subscribed by sending the filled 
   subscription form 
with the requisite fees (as mentioned in form), on
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