Learn about current and future European pharmaceutical supply chains from Richard Daniell at Teva Pharmaceuticals in European Pharmaceutical Review’s first podcast.
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NICE has said commonly used treatments for chronic primary pain such as paracetamol have little or no evidence that they work and should not be prescribed for the condition.
Since making its debut in the pharmaceutical setting, the range of applications for which Raman microscopy imaging has been used continues to grow. Here, Harald Fischer, Damon Strom, Miriam Boehmler, Eleni Kallis and Thomas Dieing demonstrate the versatility of confocal Raman imaging by exploring a variety of real-world applications.
Solid dosage forms have been one of the foremost choices of drug administration for generations. However, with an ever-growing global population, evolving customer demands and continual updates to regulations comes greater need for advanced medicines and progress in this sector. This article explores the benefits and how the field must…
Dr Sam Roscoe explains his recommendations for pharmaceutical companies and supermarkets in the UK to limit reliance on deliveries from overseas, to ease the impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus on drug supply chains.
A barcode for paracetamol 250mg/5ml oral suspension displays the wrong strength when scanned, prompting the MHRA to announce the defect information.
With concerns rising about medicine availability during the global COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, European Pharmaceutical Review explores how the pharmaceutical supply chain is faring.
In the UK, the CMA has announced it will establish a taskforce to handle businesses that exploit the COVID-19 outbreak and inflate drug prices.
The UK government has announced that the parallel export of certain essential medicines is banned, to preserve drugs for the treatment of coronavirus patients.
According to reports, the Indian government has said that 26 active pharmaceutical ingredients and medicines will be under export restrictions due to the impact of COVID-19.
A study has revealed that in industrialising and urbanising countries, pharmaceutical pollution in rivers could lead to antimicrobial resistance.
Specific batches of paracetamol tablets are being recalled as some pots have been found to contain discoloured tablets due to fungal contamination.
A study has found that paracetamol use in infancy, as well as genetic factors, may increase the likelihood of developing asthma...
Researchers have identified a widely used pain killer to be linked to an increased risk of heart attack and ischemic stroke...