·   Log in

Archive for June 4th, 2009

National formulary of India to aid doctors, chemists & nurses on drug dosages to be revived in India

Thursday, June 4, 2009 17:49

Last updated in 1979, National Formulary of India is now defunct The National Formulary of India (NFI) – a publication that contains guidelines on right dosage of medicines for drug prescribers – is expected to be availed soon for doctors, chemists and nurses in its revised from.   NFI was first published in ...

This was posted under category: Pharma  |  Read Full Story  |  2 Comments
Tagged with:

Zydus seeks DCGI’s permission to study new anti-diabetic molecule ZYD1

Thursday, June 4, 2009 17:34

ZYD1 belongs to a new class of anti-diabetic drugs represented by Eli Lilly-Amylin drug Byetta Zydus Cadila of Ahmedabad, western India has filed an application seeking permission from Drug Controller General of India to conduct clinical studies for its investigational new molecule ZYD1 to treat diabetes. Zydus Cadila has filed investigational new ...

This was posted under category: Discoveries  |  Read Full Story  |  0 Comments
Tagged with: ,