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Award for TTK Chitra heart valve prosthesis

...care Limited (formerly TTK Pharma), Chennai and is marketed under the brand name of TTK Chitra heart valve prosthesis. The product had already been tested in the U.S, Singapore, and Germany. The valves are being produced under the supervision of Prof. AV. Ramani at the TTK’s Healthcare unit in Bangalore.Relia...

Paracetamol May Cause Live Damage Warns Consumer Education and Research Centre

...hazards of paracetamol more so because it is being marketed in India without any hindrance. More over there are no label warnings about the side effects of the drug. He said the situation has reached alarming proportions with the advent of ‘Crocin 1000’ which is been promoted as a pain reliever for chronic ...

TELITHROMYCIN - the proven effective new drug for cap

...ABECB), and acute bacterial sinusitis (ABS) and is marketed by Aventis Pharma....

Ajanta Launches World's First Once-A-Day Nimesulide Oral Formulation

...actured at Ajanta's Aurangabad factory. Nimlodi is marketed under the Ethicare division of Ajanta and the Company has already filed a patent application for the product. Nimlodi becomes the second most important product in the Ajanta portfolio after Carofit for which it has a global patent. Currently, the nim...

Dr Reddy’s Laboratories launches Hyalosy

... resume their daily activities. Hyalosyn will be marketed as a sterile, pre-filled syringe containing 20 mg/2ml of sodium hyaluronate. Hyalosyn is being launched under a co-marketing arrangement with Gland Pharma, a pharmaceutical company in Hyderabad well known for the production of pre-filled injectables....

Senior drug card saves little

... particularly in urban areas. The cards, which are marketed by private companies, charge seniors a modest fee, usually $12 to $25 per year, in exchange for discounts. But savings are minimal for many of the most popular name-brand drugs. // On average, seniors in three large cities -- Washington, Chicago and...

Consumer group seeks Sibutramine ban

...of concern over heart-valve problems. Sibutramine, marketed as Meridia by Abbott Laboratories, works on two brain chemicals that control appetite and make patients feel full. It was approved in 1997 for people who are obese. Average weight loss from using the medication is 5% to 9% in four to six months. At ...

Plavix Gets FDA Okay for New Indication

...attack, stroke or peripheral artery disease. It is marketed worldwide by Bristol-Myers Squibb and Sanofi-Synthelabo. Plavix reduces the "stickiness" of platelets, a type of cell that plays a key role in blood clot formation. It is usually given in addition to aspirin. To get FDA approval for acute coronary s...

New therapy for PMS

...al syndrome, or PMS. A new study shows citalopram, marketed as Celexa, may help women who have exhausted all other medications without help.// Doctors from the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center in Philadelphia, set out to determine whether half-cycle dosing PMS patients would work. Half-cycling mean...

Thalidomide may stage a comeback

...eprosy. The drug which is unlicensed in Europe was marketed in the 50s and 60s as a cure for morning// sickness. However, it was banned after mothers who took it gave birth to deformed children. The European Agency for the Evaluation of Medicinal Products (EMEA) is now considering whether the drug should be ...

AEterna's acquisition of Zentaris being followed up with its new product pipeline and clinical development strategy

..., in oncology and one product already approved and marketed for in vitro fertilization in endocrinology. There... management and drug development teams, an already marketed product, a solid financial position with a positive cash flow for 2002, eight additional global phar...

Adult COPD or asthma could be effectively treated with Xopenex

...therapy, according to the study. Xopenex is being marketed as a nebulizer at dosage strengths of 0.31 mg and 0.63 mg for pediatric patients and as 0.63 mg and 1.25 mg for patients 12 years of age and older. Xopenex brand levalbuterol HCl inhalation solution is indicated for the treatment or prevention of bro...

New and unique treatment for Psoriasis patients

...et been compared with existing treatments, will be marketed in intravenous and intra-muscular injection forms. The treatment, for a 12-week course, will cost between $7000 and $10,000 and the weekly dose will be administered under the supervision of a doctor. Biogen Inc., the makers of the drug, sponsored a ...

New Drug for Diabetes

...03. The final decision on this drug, which will be marketed as SYMLIN, is expected no later than December 2003....

Finding relief from Excruciating Headaches a challenge

...re prescription drugs called "triptans," which are marketed under such names as Maxalt, Amerge, Imitrex and Zomig. They're taken at the onset of a headache. Because chronic headaches often run in families, some doctors give their young patients drugs that have worked on relatives. Others also have found tha...

Presence of substandard drugs can pose concern for patients

...ain raised the question of substandard drugs being marketed at countries where the healthcare industry is not so stringent on the quality of the medications marketed. Researchers are of the opinion that the cases of counterfeit medications are high in the countries where the disease incidence is high and the...

Warning issued by FDA over "Liqiang 4 Capsules"

...factured by Liqiang Research Institute, China, and marketed throughout the United States in herbal stores . The product is sold as part of a shrink-wrapped two bottle set. One of the 90 capsule bottles is labeled Liqiang 4 Dietary Supplement Capsules, the other bottle is promoted as a "bonus pack" of Liqiang ...

A word of caution issued by the FDA for those using antipsychotic drugs for dementia

...ng $4.3bn in global sales was the drug respiradone marketed by Johnson & Johnson’s which is ranked second among the atypical antipsychotic drugs, making $2.5bn in sales in the US in 2004. The FDA has also said that they are currently examining whether older antipsychotic agents are also associated with high...

New Supplement Found To Be Effective Against Sunburn

...ed that GliSODin a superoxide dismutase supplement marketed by Paris-based IsoCell Nutra, significantly increa...ODin group. Some of the other common supplements marketed for skin protection include Cyanotech’s BioAstin natural astaxanthin as well as vitamin E, the most ...

Yet Another Use For Cocoa Flavonols

Cocoa compounds have various uses , it can be marketed as functional food ingredients, or even synthesized for use in pharmaceuticals.// Researchers now say they have been able to identify the molecular structure of flavonols found in nature and now have an impressive library of different flavonols. Th...

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