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GLUE AND GELATINE
GLUE AND GELATINE
ISBN Number:PROJECT REPORT
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MARKET SURVEY CUM DETAILED TECHNO
ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY REPORT covers
 

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HAND BOOK OF AYURVEDIC MEDICINES WITH FORMULATIONS
HAND BOOK OF AYURVEDIC MEDICINES WITH FORMULATIONS
ISBN Number:8186732950
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The book covers Herbal Medicine, Herbs, General Directions for The Preparation and Use of Herbs, Tonic Herbs, Herbs Used to Treat Disease, Churna-Powder, Mishra Churna, asava Medicated Wine, Quatha Decoction, Guti Vati Tablets, Guti Vati Rasa Mercurial and Other Tablets, Guti Vati Suvarnyukta Tablets Cotnaining Gold Bhasma, Parpati Vati Parpati Tablets, Pishti Fine Processed Powder, Bhasma (Calx), Kuplpakwa Rasayana, Ghana Avaleha and Paka,.... read more

PHARMACEUTICALS AND DRUGS TECHNOLOGY WITH FORMULATIONS
PHARMACEUTICALS AND DRUGS TECHNOLOGY WITH FORMULATIONS
ISBN Number:8186732527
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The book covers Tablets and Capsules, Oral Preparations, External Preparations, Preparations for the eye, Antibiotics, Formulation, Packaging, Tablets, Injectables, Liquidorals, Capsules and Dry Syrups, Eye And Ear Preparations, Topical Preparations, Plant Economics of  Ayurvedic Pain Balm Ointment (Yellow) & Pain Balmointment (White) (Zandu Type), Plant Economics of Bulk Drugs, Plant Economics of Diagnostic Centre, Plant Economics of Distilled Water, Plant Economics of Gelatin an.... read more

TECHNOLOGY OF DISPOSABLE MEDICAL PRODUCTS
TECHNOLOGY OF DISPOSABLE MEDICAL PRODUCTS
ISBN Number:9789380772172
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Medical care is vital for our life, health and well being .But the waste generated from medical activities can be hazardous, toxic and even lethal because of their high potential for diseases transmission. The hazardous and toxic part of the waste from health care establishments comprising infectious, bio-medical and radio-active material as well as sharps (hypodermic needles,knives,scalpels etc.) constitute a grave risk , if these are not properly treated/disposed or allow.... read more

The Complete Manufacturing Technology of Tablets, Capsules, Injectables, Dry Syrups, Oral and External Preparations, Eye, Ear and Topical Preparations and Packaging with Formulations
The Complete Manufacturing Technology of Tablets, Capsules, Injectables, Dry Syrups, Oral and External Preparations, Eye, Ear and Topical Preparations and Packaging with Formulations
ISBN Number:9789380772813
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The book covers Production of Tablets, Types, Advantages and Quality Control, Soft and Hard Capsules, Oral Preparations (Powder, Capsules, Liquids and Liquides in Mixtures), External Preparations (Liquid Preparations, Ear Drops, Lotions, Gargles, Mouth Wash, Nasal Drops, Spray Solutions, Inhalations and Ointments), Preparations for the Eye (Eye Drops and Eye Ointments) Formulations, Packaging Technoloy of Pharma Products, Manufacture of Tablets with Various Formulations, Manufacturing Meth.... read more

Overview of Pharmaceutical Sector
The Indian pharmaceutical industry, now over to Rs. 1,00,000 crores (US $ 20 billion) industry, has shown tremendous progress in terms of infrastructure development, technology base creation and a wide range of products. It has established its presence and determination to flourish in the changing environment. The industry now produces bulk drugs belonging to all major therapeutic groups requiring complicated manufacturing technologies. Formulations in various dosage forms are being produced in GMP compliant facilities. Strong scientific and technical manpower and pioneering work done in process development have made this possible. The country now ranks 3rd worldwide by volume of production and 14th by value thereby accounting for around 10% of world’s production by volume and 1.5% by value. Globally, it ranks 4th in terms of generic production and 17th in terms of export value of bulk actives and dosage forms. Indian exports are destined to more than 200 countries around the globe including highly regulated markets of USA, West Europe, Japan and Australia. By making right investment in creating Pharma Innovation Hub in the country, the country can reap the benefits both social and economic which would also include creation of additional high value research jobs.

The total employment is about 340,000 in the sector and an estimated 400,000 doctors and 300,000 chemists are serving over 1 billion customers market. It is estimated that by the year 2010, the Indian pharmaceutical industry will have the potential to achieve over US$ 20.47 billion production of formulations and bulk drugs.

The domestic Pharma Industry

The domestic Pharma Industry has recently achieved some historic milestones through a leadership position and global presence as a world class cost effective generic drugs' manufacturer of AIDS medicines. Many Indian companies are part of an agreement where major AIDS drugs based on Lamivudine, Stavudine, Zidovudine, Nevirapine will be supplied to Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa and Tanzania which have about 33% of all people living with AIDS in Africa. Yet another US Scheme envisages sourcing Anti Retrovirals from some Indian companies whose products are already US FDA approved.
Many Indian companies maintain highest standards in Purity, Stability and International Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) protection in production and supply of bulk drugs even to some innovator companies. This speaks of the high quality standards maintained by a large number of Indian Pharma companies as these bulk actives are used by the buyer companies in manufacture of dosage forms which are again subjected to stringent assessment by various regulatory authorities in the importing countries. More of Indian companies are now seeking regulatory approvals in USA in specialized segments like Anti-infectives, Cardiovasculars, CNS group. Along with Brazil & PR China, India has carved a niche for itself by being a top generic Pharma player.
Increasing number of Indian pharmaceutical companies have been getting international regulatory approvals for their plants from agencies like USFDA (USA), MHRA (UK), TGA (Australia), MCC (South Africa), Health Canada etc. India has the largest number of USFDA - approved plants for generic manufacture. Considering that the pharmaceutical industry involves sophisticated technology and stringent "Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) requirements, major share of Indian Pharma exports going to highly developed western countries bears testimony to not only the excellent quality of Indian pharmaceuticals but also its price competitiveness. More than 50% share of exports is by way of dosage forms. Indian companies are now seeking more Abbreviated New Drug Approvals (ANDAs) in USA in specialized segments like anti-infective, cardio vascular and central nervous system groups
 

 
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