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A Global Powerhouse in Pharmaceutical Hospital Care. As the world’s leading provider of generic pharmaceuticals, Microgen’s formulations help patients and
consumers in a way that only a few other companies can. Microgen has the capacity to produce more than 12,000 Metric tons a year in its formulation and API facilities in India. Microgen has its strong footholds in the Disinfectant Industry across the world and is recognized at all peaks in the Indian market. The scale and breadth of our generics portfolio has an unprecedented impact on global healthcare. Microgen’s exceptional integration of Hospital Care and specialty R&D enables us to generate a robust pipeline of high-value ointments, creams, gels, solutions, mouthwashes, hand-wash, sprays, medicines etc with an emphasis on complex and branded generics. Our R&D capabilities have expanded beyond tablets, capsules, liquids, ointments and creams to a broad range of effective dosage forms and delivery systems.

Microgen has a unique understanding of – and footprint in – world markets, where our generic formulations are tailored to the needs of local patients, physicians and consumers. We also have an unparalleled ability to partner in commercializing generic pharmaceutical products, particularly in emerging economies. Building on a remarkable track record of achievement, Microgen continues to pursue a rich future in generics as we focus on patient needs, improving compliance, convenience, efficacy & safety and providing affordable generic products to patients and society worldwide.

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Antiseptic & Disinfectant Solutions

Antiseptics and disinfectants are extensively used in hospitals and other health care settings for a variety of topical and hard-surface applications. A wide variety of active chemical agents (biocides) are found in these products, many of which have been used for hundreds of years, including alcohols, phenols, iodine, and chlorine. Most of these active agents demonstrate broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity; however, little is known about the mode of action of these agents in comparison to antibiotics. This review considers what is known about the mode of action and spectrum of activity of antiseptics and disinfectants. The widespread use of these products has prompted some speculation on the development of microbial resistance, in particular whether antibiotic resistance is induced by antiseptics or disinfectants. Known mechanisms of microbial resistance (both intrinsic and acquired) to biocides are reviewed, with emphasis on the clinical implications of these reports.

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Hand Hygiene

Hand hygiene is now regarded as one of the most important element of infection control activities. In the wake of the growing burden of health care associated infections (HCAIs), the increasing severity of illness and complexity of treatment, superimposed by multi-drug resistant (MDR) pathogen infections, health care practitioners (HCPs) are reversing back to the basics of infection preventions by simple measures like hand hygiene. This is because enough scientific evidence supports the observation that if properly implemented, hand hygiene alone can significantly reduce the risk of cross-transmission of infection in healthcare facilities (HCFs)

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Antibacterial : Cuts & Wounds

The first step in the care of cuts, scrapes (abrasions) is to stop the bleeding. Most wounds respond to direct pressure with a clean cloth or bandage. Hold the pressure continuously for approximately 10 to 20 minutes. If this fails to stop the bleeding or if bleeding is rapid, seek medical assistance. Next, thoroughly clean the wound with soap and water. Remove any foreign material in the wound, such as dirt, or bits of grass, which may lead to infection. Tweezers can be used (clean them with alcohol first) to remove foreign material from the wound edges, but do not dig into the wound as this may push bacteria deeper into the wound or injure subcutaneous (under the skin) structures. The wound may also be gently scrubbed with a washcloth to remove dirt and debris. Hydrogen peroxide and povidone-iodine products may be used to clean the wound initially, but may inhibit wound healing if used long-term.

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Antibacterial + Antiprotozoal

Povidone Iodine/Metronidazole is a topical skin ointment used to treat and prevent skin infections for a variety of skin conditions. Conditions treated include paronychia, impetigo, furunculosis, otitis externa, sycosis barbae, tinea infestations, custaneous candidosis, burns, boils, or ulcers. Povidone Iodine & Ornidazole Ointment is a medicine that is used for the treatment of Wound Infections, Minor Cuts, Grazes, Burns, Blisters, Abrasions and other conditions. Povidone Iodine & Ornidazole Ointment contains Ornidazole, and Povidone Iodine as active ingredients. Povidone Iodine & Ornidazole Ointment works by liberating iodine in contact with the skin; inhibiting the growth of microorganism.

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Antifungal + Anti-Eczema & Anti-Inflammatory + Antibacterial Creams

Beclomethasone Dipropionate is one of the potent fluorinated corticosteroids. In the classification of topical steroids based on their potencies, Beclomethasone Dipropionate is classified as a potent steroid, whereas Betamethasone Benzoate as well as Betamethasone Valerate is classified as moderately potent steroids. Like any other topical steroids, it has the following properties: Anti-inflammatory action, Antipruritic action, Vasoconstrictor action.
Clotrimazole is a synthetic imidazole derivative. It is a wide range topical antifungal medication having fungicidal properties against all the fungi liable for apparent fungal skin infections. It has potent action against dermatophytes i.e tinea barbae infections
NEOMYCIN SULPHATE is an antibiotic with wide range properties and is very well accepted when used topically.

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Aches, Pains - Anti-Inflammatory & Analgesic

Anti-inflammatory painkillers are a group of medicines that are used to ease muscle pains, sprains, strains and arthritis. They can be taken by mouth (tablets, capsules or liquids), injected, or applied to the skin. When they are applied to the skin they are called topical anti-inflammatory painkillers. Sometimes they are called 'topical non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs' (NSAIDs), or just 'topical anti-inflammatory'. Topical anti-inflammatories are available as gels, gel patches, sprays, or foams. They contain an anti-inflammatory medicine such as ibuprofen, diclofenac, felbinac, ketoprofen, or piroxicam and come in various brand names.

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Topical Anaesthetic Gels

Topical anesthetics are used for various skin and mucous membrane conditions, including (but not limited to) pruritus and pain due to minor burns, skin eruptions (eg, varicella, sunburn, poison ivy, insect bites), and local analgesia on intact skin. With the exception of lidocaine-prilocaine as a eutectic mixture (EMLA), topical anesthetics are poorly absorbed through intact skin. Because of variation in systemic absorption and toxicity, the ideal choice of topical anesthetic and particular concentration depends on the intended use. EMLA has also been applied to children to minimize discomfort prior to injections or to starting an intravenous line.

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Anti - Dandruff & Antifungal Lotions

Topical antifungal medications are creams, solutions, lotions, powders, gels, sprays and lacquers applied to the skin surface to treat fungal infections. They can often cure localised infections, although recurrence is common. Topical antifungal creams can be used to treat: Dermatophyte infections such as tinea corporis, tinea cruris, tinea faciei, tinea manuum, tinea pedis. As an adjunct to oral therapy for tinea capitis and tinea barbae. Yeast infections such as candida intertrigo, pityriasis versicolor. Mould skin infections such as tinea nigra and nail plate infections.

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Cream For Burns

You can care for minor burns at home with simple first aid. There are different levels of burns. First-degree burns are only on the top layer of the skin. The skin can: Turn red, Swell, Be painful. Second-degree burns go one layer deeper than first-degree burns. The skin will: Blister, Turn red, Usually swell, Usually be painful. Treat a burn like a major burn (call your doctor) if it is: From a fire, an electrical wire or socket, or chemicals, Larger than 2 inches (5 cm), On the hand, foot, face, groin, buttocks, hip, knee, ankle, shoulder, elbow, or wrist Silver sulfadiazine is applied to the skin to treat and prevent wound infections associated with second or third degree burns.