Firstly ROLE of area manager in industry
1.Achive your cometmet (like target )
2.Implementing the company stratgy across all the territory
3.motivating,monitring,supervising.coaching the sub ordinate
4.Situstion handling as per sub ordinate vise
1.FULFILL THE COMPANY NEED
2.GIVE RIGHT FEEDBACK TO COMPANY
3.UTLISE THE RESOURCE OF THE COMPANY IN ORGANISE MANNER
dyson research labortries
The Indian pharmaceutical industry is the second-fastest growing industry sector in the country. It has shown a revenue growth of 27.32 per cent (as per the latest data available) to touch Rs 25,196.48 crore (Rs 251.96 billion) in 2006-07.
Dr. Reddy's Laboratories
Dr Reddy's Labs, with a 2007 turnover of Rs 4,162.25 crore (Rs 41.622 billion), is India's second largest drug firm by sales.
Pharma major Cipla is India's third largest pharmaceutical firm. Its 2007 revenues stood at Rs 3,763.72 crore (Rs 37.637 billion).
Sun Pharma Industries
Sun Pharma is the nation's 4th largest pharma company at a 2007 revenue Rs 2,463.59 crore (Rs 24.635 billion).
Lupin Labs is India's 5th largest drugs firm. Its 2007 revenue was at Rs 2,215.52 crore (Rs 22.155 billion).
Aurobindo is India's 6th largest pharma firm by sales. Its 2007 revenues stood at Rs 2,080.19 crore (Rs 20.801 billion).
GSK is India's 7th largest drug company with a turnover of Rs 1,773.41 crore (Rs 17.734 billion) for 2007
Cadila's 2007 revenue was Rs 1,613.00 crore (Rs 16.13 billion), which makes it India's 8th largest pharma firm.
Aventis Pharma, with a 2007 revenue of Rs 983.80 crore (Rs 9.838 billion) is the 9th largest Indian drug company.
At a revenue of Rs 980.44 crore (Rs 9.804 billion), Ipca is India's 10th largest pharma firm by sales.
More list of new pharma companies available at www.newcompaniesindia.in
1 Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd
2 Cipla Ltd
3 Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd
4 GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals Ltd
5 Nicholas Piramal India Ltd
6 Lupin Ltd
7 Cadila Healthcare Ltd
8 Aurobindo Pharma Ltd
9 Sun Pharmaceutical Inds
10 Wockhardt Ltd
11 Aventis Pharma Ltd
12 Ipca Laboratories Ltd
13 Pfizer Ltd
14 Biocon Ltd
15 Orchid Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Ltd
16 Matrix Laboratories Ltd
17 Alembic Ltd
18 Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd
19 Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd
20 U S V Ltd
21 Novartis India Ltd
22 Abbott India Ltd
23 Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd
24 Unichem Laboratories Ltd
25 Merck Ltd
26 J B Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Ltd
27 Divi'S Laboratories Ltd
28 F D C Ltd
29 Panacea Biotec Ltd
30 Shasun Chemicals & Drugs Ltd
31 Strides Arcolab Ltd
32 Elder Pharmaceuticals Ltd
33 Wyeth Ltd
34 Aarti Drugs Ltd
35 Ind-Swift Ltd
36 Ind-Swift Laboratories Ltd
37 Dabur Pharma Ltd
38 Nectar Lifesciences Ltd
39 Astrazeneca Pharma India Ltd
40 Paras Pharmaceuticals Ltd
41 Surya Pharmaceutical Ltd
42 Ajanta Pharma Ltd
43 Indoco Remedies Ltd
44 Natco Pharma Ltd
45 Organon (India) Ltd
46 Dishman Pharmaceuticals & Chemicals Ltd
47 Neuland Laboratories Ltd
48 Granules India Ltd
49 T T K Healthcare Ltd
50 Ambalal Sarabhai Enterprises Ltd
51 Jagsonpal Pharmaceuticals Ltd
52 Marksans Pharma Ltd
53 R P G Life Sciences Ltd
54 Arvind Remedies Ltd
55 Fulford (India) Ltd
56 Blue Cross Laboratories Ltd
57 Morepen Laboratories Ltd
58 Solvay Pharma India Ltd
59 Zandu Pharmaceutical Works Ltd
60 Albert David Ltd
61 Kopran Ltd
62 Parenteral Drugs (India) Ltd
63 Core Healthcare Ltd
64 Themis Medicare Ltd
65 Bajaj Consumer Care Ltd
66 Bharat Serums & Vaccines Ltd
67 Mangalam Drugs & Organics Ltd
68 Alchem International Ltd
69 Ankur Drugs & Pharma Ltd
70 East India Pharmaceutical Works Ltd
71 Krebs Biochemicals & Inds
72 Wanbury Ltd
73 Amrutanjan Ltd
74 Li Taka Pharmaceuticals Ltd
75 Jupiter Bioscience Ltd
76 Ceejay Tobacco Ltd
77 Flamingo Pharmaceuticals Ltd
78 Hiran Orgochem Ltd
79 Suven Life Sciences Ltd
80 Anglo-French Drugs & Inds
81 Bal Pharma Ltd
82 Torrent Gujarat Biotech Ltd
83 Emmellen Biotech Pharmaceuticals Ltd
84 Gufic Biosciences Ltd
85 Lyka Labs Ltd
86 Anuh Pharma Ltd
87 Bharat Immunologicals & Biologicals Corpn. LTD
88 Vivimed Labs Ltd
89 Transchem Ltd
90 Medicamen Biotech Ltd
91 Syncom Formulations (India) Ltd
92 J K Pharmachem Ltd
93 Makers Laboratories Ltd
94 Ahlcon Parenterals (India) Ltd
95 Span Diagnostics Ltd
96 Kudos Chemie Ltd
97 Shilpa Medicare Ltd
98 Lincoln Pharmaceuticals Ltd
99 Venkat Pharma Ltd
100 Biddle Sawyer Ltd
Source: www.newcompaniesindia.in select industry type as pharma
regional manager implement strategy through their area manager. sell mix and profitable brand.manage key opinion leader costemersrs. forcost the sale.ensure company groth in his region.
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There is a real product called Spanish fly, but whether it works depends to what extent and how you define it working. It is NOT safe for use in humans. The active ingredient is cantharadin, an irritant/blistering agent. It causes an irritation of the urethra (the tube through which urine and semen pass) which can be mistaken for sexual stimulus. However, ask anyone who's had a urinary tract infection whether that was sexually stimulating! In larger doses it can KILL a person.
Spanish Fly is used in the mating of bulls to induce sexual excitement in the *animal*. Professional breeders might use this from time to time--however, it can seriously injure or kill a human, so it's use as an aphrodisiac in humans is mostly a myth.
To the original question -- define "work"! Does sending someone to the emergency room with kidney damage count as working? Since it is used in inducing bulls to mate, so in some sense it "works". And it has a long history of usage for the purpose -- but imagine now that the act is done -- and the irritation does not turn off! Does that count as "work"?
Since it is illegal for general sale, the odds are that anything you might buy is something less harmful (and less effective). But why take a chance?
If you are thinking of giving it to someone unawares -- that's awful. That's a serious criminal act, beyond the shear cruelty and immorality of the act. The Marquis de Sade was sentenced to death for that (overturned on appeal).
If you think you might have been dosed with it, seek immediate emergency medical treatment. As noted above, it can be lethal.
Biotechnology companies were the target of buyouts, mergers, and joint ventures in the 1980s and 1990s.
depends what drug comapany but it should have some substantial value due to the cost of drugs today
MACRO describes environment of company in the overall business cycle. Some drugs are bought even in down cycles (antibiotics) and some might be used MORE in down part of cycle when unemployment is high like contraceptive products. etc
One use is described in the following NDC-approved packaging label (NDC # 60432-741-15) for a particular formulation using what is known as "glacial acetic acid": acetic acid (Acetic Acid) solution
[Morton Grove Pharmaceuticals, Inc.]
= DESCRIPTION = Acetic Acid Otic Solution, USP is a nonaqueous solution of glacial acetic acid, USP (2%), in a propylene glycol vehicle containing benzethonium chloride, USP (0.02%); propylene glycol diacetate, NF (3%) and sodium acetate, USP (0.015%). It may also contain citric acid, USP. The molecular formula for acetic acid is CH3COOH, with a molecular weight of 60.05. The structural formula is: Acetic Acid Otic Solution is available as a nonaqueous otic solution buffered at pH 3 for use in the external ear canal. = CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY = Acetic acid is anti-bacterial and anti-fungal; propylene glycol is hydrophilic and provides a low surface tension; benzethonium chloride is a surface active agent that promotes contact of the solution with tissues. = INDICATIONS AND USAGE = For the treatment of superficial infections of the external auditory canal caused by organisms susceptible to the action of the antimicrobial. = CONTRAINDICATIONS = Hypersensitivity to Acetic Acid Otic Solution or any of the ingredients. Perforated tympanic membrane is considered a contraindication to the use of any medication in the external ear canal. = WARNINGS = Discontinue promptly if sensitization or irritation occurs. = PRECAUTIONS = Transient stinging or burning may be noted occasionally when the solution is first instilled into the acutely inflamed ear. Safety and Effectiveness in pediatric patients below the age of 3 years have not been established. = ADVERSE REACTIONS = Stinging or burning may be noted occasionally; local irritation has occurred very rarely. = DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION = Carefully remove all cerumen and debris to allow Acetic Acid Otic Solution to contact infected surfaces directly. To promote continuous contact, insert a wick of cotton saturated with the solution into the ear canal; the wick may also be saturated after insertion. Instruct the patient to keep the wick in for at least 24 hours and to keep it moist by adding 3 to 5 drops of the solution every 4 to 6 hours. The wick may be removed after 24 hours but the patient should continue to instill 5 drops of Acetic Acid Otic Solution 3 or 4 times daily thereafter, for as long as indicated. In pediatric patients, 3 to 4 drops may be sufficient due to the smaller capacity of the ear canal. = HOW SUPPLIED = Acetic Acid Otic Solution USP, 2% is supplied in 15 mL measured drop, safety-tip plastic bottles. Store at controlled room temperature, 15 Â°-30 Â°C (59 Â°-86 Â°F). KEEP CONTAINER TIGHTLY CLOSED Rx Only Product No.: 8741 Manufactured By:
Morton Grove Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Morton Grove, IL 60053 A50-8741-15
REV. 3-04 =========================================== The following (apparently rather dated) excerpt from the British Pharmaceutical Codex describes other uses. (The authenticity of the following excerpt, which was found at:
was not independently researched). Published by direction of the Council of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, 1911. Related entry: Vinegar - Vinegars
Other tomes: Ellingwood - King's Acetic acid is obtained by the destructive distillation of wood, or by the oxidation of alcohol. It should contain 33 per cent. by weight of real acid, CH3COOH, and may be purified by distilling over potassium permanganate. It occurs as a clear, colourless, pungent liquid, miscible with water and alcohol in all proportions. Specific gravity, 1.044. Acidum Aceticum, U.S.P., contains 36 per cent. by weight of absolute acetic acid, and has a specific gravity of 1.045 at 25Â°. Action and Uses.-Acetic acid is oxidised in the body and is excreted in the urine as carbonate; it is, therefore, mildly diaphoretic, diuretic, and expectorant. It is administered in mixtures in the form of the diluted acid, or as oxymel, or oxymel of squill. Applied externally, it has an irritant action, and it is therefore used in liniments. The well-diluted acid is employed as a gargle (1 in 30). Acidum Aceticum Dilutum is used to sponge the skin in fevers, and as a lotion for the scalp. Acetic acid has been employed as a menstruum for making non-alcoholic preparations resembling tinctures. It is an efficient agent for the exhaustion of many drugs, and preparations made in this way are known as "acetracts"; their acidity and sour flavour are, in some instances, objections to their use. Acetic acid is incompatible with alkali salts, hydroxides, carbonates, bicarbonates, salicylates, and benzoates. ; Acetum Odoratum, B.P.C.-TOILET VINEGAR. : Acetic acid (1 in 8), with odorants. Used as a deodorant by sprinkling about the sick room; it is mixed with water for washing in the bath or hand-basin; a few drops are inhaled from the handkerchief as a restorative, or applied to the forehead to relieve headache. ; Acidum Aceticum Dilutum, B.P.-DILUTED ACETIC ACID. : Acetic acid (33 per cent.), 12.5; distilled water, sufficient to produce 100. ; Acidum Aceticum Dilutum, U.S.P.-DILUTED ACETIC ACID, U.S.P. : Acetic acid (36 per cent.), by weight, 20; distilled water, 100. C2H4O2 = 60.032. Glacial acetic acid may be obtained by the distillation of dried sodium or calcium acetate with strong sulphuric acid. It should contain 99 per cent. by weight of real acid, CH3COOH. The acid is also official in the U.S.P. It occurs as a clear colourless liquid, or colourless, crystalline mass, with a strong pungent odour. It is crystalline at low temperatures, and the crystals melt again at about 14.8Â°. A variety of glacial acetic acid is in commerce, melting at 10Â°. The official melting-point for glacial acetic acid (15.5Â°) corresponds to a stronger acid than 99 per cent. Specific gravity, 1.058 (about 1.049 at 25Â°), increased by the addition of 10 per cent. of water. Boiling-point not less than 117Â°. Action and Uses.-Glacial acetic acid is a rubefacient, vesicant, or caustic, according to the length of time it is in contact with the skin. Its use requires caution, owing to its tendency to spread. It is chiefly employed as a mild caustic for destroying warts, corns, etc. When inhaled by the nostrils, glacial acetic acid induces a reflex stimulation of the medullary centres. It is therefore employed in this manner as a restorative and stimulant in cases of fainting. In cases of poisoning by glacial acetic acid large draughts of water containing soap, washing soda, magnesia, or chalk, and oil, or gruel should be given. ; Acidum Aceticum Aromaticum, B.P.C.-AROMATIC ACETIC ACID. Syn.-Aromatic Vinegar. : Glacial acetic acid, with odorants. Employed as a restorative by inhaling from a small saturated sponge contained in a vinaigrette. It should be distinguished from toilet vinegar (see Acetum Odoratum).
As of August 2005, for-hire, U.S. mail, and other U.S. interstate motor carriers on file with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration totaled 613,242. Source: ATA Truckiline, May 2006
Any Pharmaceutical company is evaluated basing on various fields like economy,marketing,how its products are developing confidence in the patients regarding their therapeutic efficacy.also how cost effective products it can release into the market.and apart from that it should produce novel drugs that are used for dangerous diseases(anthrax,AIDS ETC)
The ethical drug segment of the industry is further subdivided into "patented" and "generic" prescription drugs.
I heard somewhere around 600billion a year
my ford freestar is getting my manifold hot why
Ointments are made through three methods:
my Rx bottle says the manufacturer is Mylan. THis is the generic (that is, cheap) form.
From the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), pharmaceutical companies and the federal government are linked at all stages, including development, production, and marketing.
You might want to consult a more specific source (PPC, IRS, etc) - what you are asking is VERY technical and would take DAYS to post.
Cardiovascular disease is a huge killer.....therefore, it makes sense that pharmaceutical companies make products to help cure diseases that affect the most people. High blood pressure, and high blood cholesterol are probably the two largest risk factors for CV disease. I don't think I would make the leap and say that treating cholesterol is 'more profitable' than say, treating BP, depression, infections, or GERD. GERD was the number one prescribed disease state in the world, before the statins came out....I would say the profit margins are quite similar between all mainstream drugs on the market. Currently it costs a drug company close to 900 million to get a drug to market....if they don't make profits on something, how would we get new medicine? The government throught the NIH hasn't come out with a novel new medicine in years and years. One drug company just recently stopped development of a product just before it came to market because a problem was detected....they had almost 1 billion (whoa!) invested. I don't mind paying a little extra for my cholesterol meds, if they can find a treatment for my parkinsons. Todays medicines are funding tomorrows miracles.
Merck & Co. (formerly Schering-Plough)
RFID technology can boost a company's competitive advantage by streamlining the supply chain.
The technology can facilitate data collection in chemical trials.
It can also reduce the threat of counterfeits in the supply chain, making the supply chain more secure.
Many drugs are based on compounds originally found in nature. As we lose biodiversity we lose valuable resources for future drug development.
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