The Karnataka State Pharmacy Council is a statutory body constituted under an Act of Indian parliament called Pharmacy Act 1948 (Act No 8 of 1948), www.pci.nic.in/ -- Rules & Regulation.
The main objective of Karnataka State Pharmacy Council is to regulate the professional practice to ensure only qualified registered Pharmacist would enter the profession to provide service to the patient.
Registered Pharmacists on the Rolls of Karnataka State Pharmacy Council.
Duplicate Certificate Issued on the Rolls of Karnataka State Pharmacy Council
The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India has prohibited 344Â Fixed DoseÂ Combination(FDCs)Â of drugs for human use under Section 26A of Drugs & Cosmetics Act,1940 (23 of 1940) for manufacture for sale, sale and distribution in the country through Gazette notifications published on 10thÂ March 2016 with immediate effect.
Proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs) are among the most commonly used drugs worldwide. It was first approved in the 1980s. Â Since then, concerns have been rising about their safety. Evidence has emerged that the drugs may increase the risk for a variety of problems, includingÂ bone fractures, infectionsÂ and possibly evenÂ heart problems.
GOI PROHIBITS 344 FIXED DOSE COMBINATIONS (FDCs)
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