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  1. Non-Proprietary Name: Light Mineral Oil What is the Non-Proprietary Name? The non-proprietary name is sometimes called the generic name. The generic name usually includes the active ingredient(s) of the product. Labeler Name: Aspen Veterinary: Product Type: Otc Animal Drug: Active Ingredient(s) Light Mineral Oil; Marketing Category: UNAPPROVED ...

  2. Non-proprietary name Ciprofloxacin Trade name Baycip, Ciloxan, Ciflox, Ciplox, Cipro,Cipro XR, Cipro XL, Ciproxin, Prociflor, Neofloxin (and many more)! 2. Chemical name Chemical name is the name used by the organic chemist to indicate the chemical structure of the drug.

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    • Natural Sources
    • 3.1: Drugs Obtained from Various Parts of The Plant
    • Semi-Synthetic Sources
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    Plants as Drug Sources

    Among the natural sources, plants contribute to a vast majority of drugs. Extracts from plants may either be used without further processing (crude drugs) or with technical processing (prepared drugs). Although the earliest plant source for drugs was the leaf, other parts of plants were also later exploited for drug extraction. A few drugs can be extracted from more than one plant part (Box 3.1).

    The pharmacologically active principles derived from plants may be of different categories, as mentioned below: 1. Alkaloids 1.1. Alkaloids (meaning “alkali-like”) are complex, organic, bitter-tasting, alkaline- and nitrogen-containing compounds, mostly obtained from plants. They may also be obtained from animal sources. 1.2. These are readily solu...

    When the nucleus of the drugs obtained from natural sources is kept intact while altering the chemical structure, the resultant products are semi-synthetic drugs.
    Homatropine (from atropine), heroin (from morphine), bromoscopolamine (from scopolamine) and ampicillin (from penicillin) are some of the examples. As evident from these examples, semi-synthetic dr...
    Unlike semi-synthetic drugs, synthetic drugs are those in which both the nucleus and the chemical structure are altered or modified.
    These are exclusively prepared in the laboratory. One of the earliest synthetic drugs was sulphonamide, which began with the synthesis of prontosil dye. A vast majority of the modern-day drugs are...
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  4. A means of administering drugs as formulated preparations is called: a. pharmaceutical. b. drug delivery system. c. dosage forms. d. any of the above. d. any of the above. A manufacturer who produces the products of a company without manufacturing facilities is a/ an: a. ethical manufacturer. b. proprietary manufacturer.

  5. If a cosmetic is also a drug, the label must list first the established name of the drug ingredient(s) and the quantity, kind and proportion of any alcohol, in compliance with sec. 502(e) of the ...

  6. Dec 12, 2019 · Drug Overview The NDC Code 51672-1296-3 is assigned to “Diflorasone Diacetate ” (also known as: “Diflorasone Diacetate”), a human prescription drug labeled by “Taro Pharmaceuticals U.S.A., Inc.”. The product's dosage form is cream, and is administered via topical form. Additionally

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