This new volume provides exhaustive knowledge on a wide range of natural products and holistic concepts that have provided promising in the treatment of leishmaniasis. Including the major naturaltherapies as well as traditional formulations, over 300 medicinal plants and 150 isolated compounds that are reported to have beneficial results in the treatment of the disease are explored in thiscomprehensive work. This book also acts as an important resource on various anti-inflammatory plants used to treat various inflammatory conditions of the disease.
Ayurveda and Leishmaniasis. Pharmacology of Leishmaniasis. Diagnosis and Strategies to Control Leishmaniasis. Immunomodulatory Agents for Leishmaniasis. Ayurvedic Treatments forLeishmaniasis. Phytotherapy for Leishmaniasis. Elements Supplementation in Leishmaniasis. Alternative Therapies for Leishmaniasis. Inflammation and Leishmaniasis. Modern Treatment forLeishmaniasis.
Saurabh Bhatia, PhD, is currently working as an Assistant Professor at the School of Medical and Allied Sciences, GD Goenka University, Gurgaon, Haryana, India. He has several years of academicexperience, teaching such specialized subjects as natural product science, nanotechnology, biotechnology, parasitology, polymeric sciences, and biomaterials. He has promoted several marine algaeand their derived polymers throughout India. He has written more than 30 international publications in these areas and has been an active participant of more than 35 national and internationalconferences. So far he has successfully finished nine books in pharma and its allied sciences. His published books include Modern Applications of Plant Biotechnology in PharmaceuticalSciences (Academic Press, Elsevier, 2015); Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery: Fundamentals, Design, and Applications (Apple Academic Press, 2016);Leishmaniasis: Biology, Control and NewApproaches for Its Treatment (Apple Academic Press, 2016); Natural Polymer Drug Delivery Systems: Nanoparticles, Plants, and Algae (Springer, 2016); and Natural Polymer Drug Delivery Systems:Nanoparticles, Mammals and Microbes (Springer, 2016). Dr. Bhatia graduated from Kurushetra University followed by earning his MPharm from Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune, India. He receivedhis PhD degree from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India.
Divakar Goli, PhD, is currently a Professor and Principal at the Acharya & B M Reddy College of Pharmacy in Karnataka, India. He is the Editor of the Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, theofficial scientific publication of the Indian Pharmaceutical Association from 2014-2016-2018 as well as the regional RGUHS Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. He holds or has held many prestigiousroles, including Honorary President and Director at Iphar Pharmaceuticals Limited and at Du Laboratories Limited; Secretary of the Education Division and Associate Secretary of the IndianPharmaceutical Association; Chairman of the 50th Golden Jubilee Celebration Committee of National Pharmacy Week in 2011; Secretary of the International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering(ISPE), Bangalore chapter; and member of many academic bodies. In 2014, Dr. Goli received the coveted Principal of the Year award from the Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India. He isalso the recipient of the prestigious fellowship of the Indian Pharmaceutical Association, and fellow of the Association of Biotechnology and Pharmacy, and the Institution of Chemists (India). Active in hisfield of specialization, pharmaceutical biotechnology and management studies, he is a member of many professional organizations and has presented at numerous national and internationalconferences. Dr. Goli has published almost 100 research articles in professional publications and is also coauthor of the book Pharmaceutical Marketing Management. Dr. Goli has earned PhDs in bothPharmaceutical Sciences and Commerce and Management Studies from Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, and well as a degree in computer applications.
"This book fills an important niche and is usefully written in the broadest sense of the subject. The authors are immensely experienced and knowledgeable university teachers. Despite the explosion of online information available with the click of mouse, this is a handy and easy-to-read book that has been carefully conceived and crafted by experts becomes indispensable. I congratulate Dr. Bhatiaand Dr. Divakar for bringing out this reference book on leishmaniasis, and I am sure the book will find respectable space in the bookshelves of academicians, busy practitioners, and students alike."
—From the Foreword by Professor T. V. Narayana, Secretary, Indian Pharmaceutical Congress Association; Vice President, Indian Pharmaceutical Association