About Pharmaceutical Industry
Organizations in pharmaceutical industry differ from huge multi-nationals to small and medium scale enterprises. Generic Drug Manufacturers, Medical Device Manufacturers, Clinical Research Organizations (CROs) and Biotechnology Companies are examples of pharmaceutical industry. CROs are international level enterprises. The CROs are specialist service providing organizations that embrace outsourced clinical trials for pharmaceutical organizations. The process or procedure of discovering, designing or planning a potential medication is known as drug discovery (not to misunderstand with drug manufacturing). Producing or manufacturing a drug on the other hand is a procedure that involves ‘large industrial level blend’ of pharmaceutical medications by various different pharmaceutical manufacturers. The procedure of producing drugs can be divided into various unit operations, for example, tablet squeezing, granulation, processing, coating, and so on. Prior to a medication being manufactured on any scale, a large amount of work is involved in authentic composition of the drug. The scientists responsible behind formulation development must research and assess a compound for stability, consistency, safety and numerous similar elements. After the assessment stage, an accurate solution also has to be developed, which deliver the medication in its required shape, for example, semi-strong, strong, capsule, tablet, prompt or controlled discharge, and so on.