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Industry Challenges ? Role of information management tools..!

One of the most important risks that faces drug companies today is that compliance to staggeringly stringent process standards of various aspects such as Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), Good Clinical Practices (GCP) and Good Laboratory Practice (GLP).

The all operations of industry are under the vigilance of drug regulatory authorities that enforce high standards, enhances efforts, build trust of its end users and the obligation on the regulatory bodies to insure a great supply of quality drugs at affordable costs.

Countries like in India, where drug companies not only producing and also exporting drugs to the other countries thus drug companies need to adhere standards not only enforced by the national regulatory bodies also adhere with regulatory standards that are set by the international regulatory authorities to which the drug products are being exported. The regime of submission is becoming stronger as regulatory

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How budget parivarthan changing drug companies future?

The Government of India contrives to amend the Drugs and Cosmetics (D&C) rules to assure availability of medicines at reasonable costs and use of generic medicines, the finance minister (FM) proclaimed in the union budget for 2017-2018.

New rules will be designed for medical devices, which will help in optimizing the prices of such devices. “It’s a clear message from Govt. Of India that they putting efforts to amend the medical devices rules as to harmonize international standards and attract more investment into the sector”.

Initiatives from government has already brought for instance coronary stents under price control and demanded National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) to set its ceiling price. This step has been met with resistance from the producers of medical device in the country.

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How budget parivarthan changing drug companies future?

The Government of India contrives to amend the Drugs and Cosmetics (D&C) rules to assure availability of medicines at reasonable costs and use of generic medicines, the finance minister (FM) proclaimed in the union budget for 2017-2018.

New rules will be designed for medical devices, which will help in optimizing the prices of such devices. “It’s a clear message from Govt. Of India that they putting efforts to amend the medical devices rules as to harmonize international standards and attract more investment into the sector”.

Initiatives from government has already brought for instance coronary stents under price control and demanded National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) to set its ceiling price. This step has been met with resistance from the producers of medical device in the country.

Read more @ https://goo.gl/ys6bde

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Small scale particles - Improving Vaccination

Small-scale particles play a major role in improving vaccination:

Scientist from Helmholtz-Zentrum für Infektionsforschung's vaccine department examine fresh additives to enhance the effectiveness of vaccination.

The presence of additional additives in vaccines creates bad reputation among its users, as most of the people think they are useless compounds within any medicinal product. This is a misconception since these additives have a vital impact on the success of any vaccination. In few cases, single dose of vaccination would be sufficient for registering life-long immunity.

Vaccines or medicinal drugs are considered as the most important and powerful tools against infectious diseases. They protect us from deadly infections and also prevent the new infection to arise. In case of a typical vaccine, attenuated or killed pathogens or few parts of sub-cellular components are injected into the body. Our Immune system react with those foreign components, producing antibodies and/or k

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