By Jiben Roy
This textbook is written as a unified method of numerous subject matters, starting from drug discovery to production, strategies and expertise, legislation and advertising. the major subject of the booklet is prescription drugs - what each pupil of pharmaceutical sciences may still recognize: from the energetic pharmaceutical parts to the education of assorted dosage types in addition to the suitable chemistry, this ebook makes prescribed drugs proper to undergraduate scholars of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences.
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3). Some of these companies were either small pharmacy shops on a street corner or nonexistent 100 years ago. In the early 1600s in Europe, street corner pharmacies or apothecaries used to make galenicals (medicines based on herbs or vegetable matter), decoctions, or balms using botanicals or herbs, in addition to powder, or pills, some of which contained very toxic compounds such as antimony and mercury salts. Some of them became profitable pharmaceutical industries. 3 Some global pharmaceutical companies Nürnberg, Germany.
11 illustrate the development of some well-known pharmaceutical companies: Pfizer, Merck, GlaxoSmithKline, Roche, and Bayer. , London 1857: F. R. Squibb & Co. , Edinburgh 1830: Philadelphia Pharmacy became Smith Kline & Co in 1875 1796: James Woolley Sons & Co. Germany Switzerland USA 1888: Abbott Lab & G. D. Searle 1876: Eli Lilly, Indianapolice, IN 1860: John Wyeth & Brother 1863: Bayer by F. Bayer in Levenwerke 1836: Powers & Weightman Co. Philadelphia as apothecary 1826: Ferbenwerke Hoechst in Frankfurt France 1894: Roche by Hoffman La Roche 1864: Kalle & Co.
1951–1999 1998: Viagra®(sildenafil citrate) for erectile dysfunction; 1995: Cardura®(doxazosin mesylate) to treat benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH); 1992: Zoloft®(sertraline hydrochloride) for treatment of depression, Norvasc®(amlodipinebe sylate) for control of angina and hypertension, and Zithromax®(azithromycin) for respiratory and skin infections; 1990: Diflucan®(flucona zole), a powerful antifungal; 1989: Procardia®XL (nifedipine) extended-release tablets; 1986: Unasyn®(ampicillin sulbactam), an injectable antibiotic; 1984: Glucotrol®(glipizide), for diabetes; 1980: Feldene®(piroxicam) anti-inflammatory medications; 1976: Minipress®(prazosin HCI) for the control of high blood pressure; 1967: Vibramycin®(doxycycline hyclate), once-a-day broad-spectrum antibiotic.
An introduction to pharmaceutical sciences: Production, chemistry, techniques and technology by Jiben Roy