Pharmaceutical Research and Development Archive

The Future of Pharmaceuticals

The inter linking of medicine and technology is paving way for newer opportunities in pharmaceutical medication, surgery, and health monitoring. Medicine is increasingly being interspersed with fields such as computer science, nanotechnology and biotechnology to give hybrid fields that are slowly taking over traditional pharmaceuticals. Some of these fields are set to redefine the future

How is Calibration Carried Out in Pharmaceutical Applications?

It goes without saying that calibration is extremely important in the manufacturing process to produce high-quality products. The importance of calibration in the pharmaceutical industry is equally high as low-quality products put the lives of consumers at risk. Instrument calibration and accuracy is very critical to product safety and quality. At the same time, one

Using Supply Chain Technology to Improve Pharmaceutical Profit Margins

The pharmaceutical industry is one of the most competitive on the planet.  The global pharmaceutical industry was estimated to be worth $1 trillion in 2014.  While there have been tremendous profits to be earned over the years, and still great potential for the future, the business is not without its constraints. According to 2016 figures

Personalised Cell Therapy

Personalised treatment Personalised medical treatment has matured to integrate into biopharmaceutical drug development pathways. This type of treatment targets patient/s with a specific drug that matches the specific disease physiopathology and/or patient characteristics e.g. genomic profile, and disease prevalence/severity. Personalised medicine has been generally developed in niche indications or conditions with high unmet need. Cell

Medical Writing Services in Asia: Recent Developments and Trends

Medical writing growth in Asia Medical writing in Asia is an emerging profession and the demand for professional writing skills is on the rise. As such, medical writing hubs in locations such as China, Japan and India have been established to meet the growing need for experienced writers in these locations. China: The Chinese pharmaceutical

Clinical Trials on tissues of human heart now possible in UK

A UK based new start-up is developing a unique method for testing out the impact of drugs on the cardio-vascular system without resorting to animal testing or through clinical trials of an early-stage human. The company we are talking about is Inocardia, a spin-out from the University of Coventry. Having attracted sufficient funding from the

Preventing HIV/AIDS by Using Liquid Silicone Rubber

HIV/AIDS. True that it isn’t much talked about these days as cancer. But the World Health Organisation still bears data that shows about 34 million people around the globe in 2011 managed to breathe air carrying this disease and 1.7 million lost their lives. It is definitely one of the most fatal diseases that has

Weighing and Dispensing Process and Technology in Pharma Industries

Weighing and dispensing process in pharma industries occupies a high priority position. Over the last decades, increased regulations on the manufacturing processes in pharma manufacturing industries led the focus and result is the advanced technology and stringent policies and frameworks. The pharmaceutical companies can increase the speed and accuracy of their operations with weigh and

Clinical Research: Ethical or Unethical?

Everybody believes that informed consent makes clinical research ethical. However, informed consent is neither necessary nor sufficient for ethical clinical research. Drawing on the basic philosophies underlying major codes, declarations, and other documents relevant to research with human subjects, The aspects which make Clinical Research Ethical: Value: enhancements of health or knowledge must be derived