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India's Wockhardt Launches Drug in US Market

Indian pharma major Wockhardt Wednesday announced the launch of its antibiotic tablets Cefprozil in the US after receiving approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (US FDA). Cefprozil, a Cephalosporin class of antibiotics, is used in the treatment of respiratory tract and skin inf...

India's Wockhardt Acquires Irish Firm

India's pharma and biotech major Wockhardt Limited announced on Tuesday the acquisition of Pinewood Laboratories// Limited of Ireland for $150 million that will help it broaden its presence in the European market. 'This acquisition gives us a larger footprint in Europe spread over Britain, Ir...

Biovac, Hepatitis A Vaccine Marketed By Wockhardt

A new break through in the medical field was seen when Pharma major Wockhardt limited (Thiruvananthapuram) in association with the Chinese Biotech company who were the instigators for the vaccine//, marketed the latest vaccine for Hepatitis A. Hepatitis A is very common in India and various meas...

Abbott to Acquire Nutrition Businesses, Expanding Presence in India

...e agreement to acquire the nutrition businesses of wockhardt Limited, Carol Info Services Limited, and certain wockhardt subsidiaries and group companies for consideration...t, Abbott will acquire the nutrition businesses of wockhardt Limited, Carol Info Services Limited, and certain...

Healthcare Travel Congress 2009: Experts Worldwide Convene in Singapore For Regional Conference on Medical Tourism

..., USA -- Josef Woodman, Author, Patients without Borders, USA -- Prof. Tan Ser Kiat, Group CEO, Singhealth, Singapore -- Vishal Bali, CEO, wockhardt Hospitals Group, India -- Anil Maini, President-Corporate Strategy, Apollo Hospitals Group, India -- Dr. Claudia Mika, President, Telemedicine...

Top International Hospitals Join Medeguide

...healthcare information. "Virtually every medical tourist starts his or her journey online," says Mr. Toral. Vishal Bali, Group CEO for wockhardt Hospitals in India, agrees. "Our experience is that patients, particularly those from overseas, use the web as their primary source of informatio...

Global Growth Factors (Blood and Tissue) Market to Reach $52.1 Billion by 2012, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts

...nc, Rentschler Biotechnologie GmbH, F Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd, Chugai Pharmaceutical Co Ltd, Genentech Inc, Shantha Biotechnics, Scil Proteins GmbH, and wockhardt Ltd, among others. The report titled "Growth Factors (Blood and Tissue): A Global Strategic Business Report" published by Global Industr...

World Medical Tourism & Global Health Congress Connects Global Healthcare Providers with Global Insurance Companies

...ditation James Lee Wooridul Spine Hospital, Korea Vishal Bali CEO wockhardt Hospitals, India Lee Chien Earn Senior Director Healthcare Performanc...Professor The American University, Washington, D.C. Vishal Bali CEO wockhardt Hospitals, India About the Medical Tourism Association The Medical Tour...

Forest Laboratories, Inc. and Merz Pharma GmbH & Co. KgaA File Lawsuits Against Several Companies for Patent Infringement

... Inc., Cobalt Laboratories, Inc., Lupin Ltd., Orchid Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc., Upsher-Smith Laboratories Inc., wockhardt Ltd., and related companies and subsidiaries thereof. The '703 patent expires in April 2010. Forest has applied for patent term extension which, if gr...

Hip and Knee Replacements Becoming More Patient-friendly

...platform system) along with Dr. Sanjay Pai, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, wockhardt Hospitals. The demonstration and a workshop on the technology marke...t may be time to consider joint replacement, says Dr. Lloyd Nazareth, Head, wockhardt Hospitals, Bangalore. In December last year a UK team of doctors p...
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