proprietary medicine

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pro·pri·e·tar·y med·i·cine

n. medicamento de patente.
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The commander expressed the worry during a one-day sensitisation programme in which his agency collaborated with the Nigeria Association of Patent and Proprietary Medicine Dealers NAPPMED to sensitise and reduce abuse among young people and women in Yobe South Senatorial District of the State over the weekend.
As to merchandising, Boiron ideally would like to see her company's products sold from two locations--in the appropriate proprietary medicine section and in a separate homeopathic location.
Designed for the cultural historian, the bottle collector, and those interested in pharmacopeia, this book is a guide to the identification and evaluation of embossed, patent, and proprietary medicine bottles produced in an era of American history when anything could legally be bottled and sold.
NeuroAid(TM) is currently marketed in Singapore as a Chinese proprietary medicine, and in other countries in the region as a dietary supplement.
In an address given last year at the World Federation of Proprietary Medicine Manufacturers General Assembly in Toronto, Hugh Grant, executive vice president of Canada Market Research, told the audience that "top-down medicine is out, consumer medicine is in.
Revenue from the Proprietary Medicine segment witnessed a significant 76.
Shri Shripad Yesso Naik, Minister of State (I/C) for AYUSH launched Elixir for Life, an Ayurvedic Proprietary Medicine at a function here today.
The net proceeds of HK$490 million from the subscriptions are intended for a) funding potential acquisitions or forming strategic alliances in the Asia Pacific region with a view to expanding the Group's geographical reach and market presence for its generic drug and proprietary medicine businesses; and b) supporting in-licensing and direct investment on technologically-oriented bio-pharmaceutical projects to contemplate an entry into the innovation-driven therapeutic areas.
The drug, the second proprietary medicine the regulatory agency has approved for the company this year, will be available in 5-, 7.
Revenue from the Proprietary Medicine segment recorded a year-on-year growth of 13.
By the mid-1960s Combe had earned the respect of his colleagues in the proprietary medicine industry, many from much larger companies, who elected him chairman of the Proprietary Association, later known as the Nonprescription Drug Manufacturers Association and subsequently the Consumer Healthcare Products Association.

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