Doctor obtains patent for bacterial infection drug: Tribune of India

2021-11-25 07:26:40 By : Ms. Sunny Chen

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Dr. Tejvir Kaur, head of the Department of Pharmacy of the Government Medical College in Delhi, has obtained a patent for "self-emulsifying cefpodoxime composition" granted by the Central India Patent Office in Delhi.

According to the "Patent Law", the patent has been granted for 20 years.

The invention will reduce the daily dose of the drug and increase the oral bioavailability. It will help eliminate many types of bacterial diseases.

Principal Harjinder Singh Principal congratulated Tejvir Kaur on his achievements and wished the Department of Pharmacy a bright future. He said that international-level research has won the college a crown and will help patient care.

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