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Wed 28 Apr 10

Unbreakable antiseptic spray


Made from natural essential oils including Eucalyptus (136mg/ml), Tea Tree (18mg/ml) and Lavender (9mg/ml), Bosisto’s latest ‘Antiseptic Spray’ kills 99.99% of germs and bacteria without being as drying as alcohol based skin antiseptics.


Wed 28 Apr 10

Get Milky Feet in just a few weeks


Milky Foot removes dead skin and softens cracks and calluses through its ExMilac (milk ferment filtrate) base, which breaks down the hardened proteins in dry, scaly skin.


Wed 28 Apr 10

Tissues in a tube


Just in time for winter, Kleenex has released a new Tubes range, which takes tissues out of the box and into a series of stylish and compact non-crushable tubes.


Wed 28 Apr 10

Dispensary Corner 28 Apr 10


FUN family day out in Dr.


Wed 28 Apr 10

RPSGB enjoys surplus


THE Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain has recorded an operating surplus of £1.9 million in its latest 2009 financial results..


Wed 28 Apr 10

Mirixa training update


MIRIXA Australia has released four short video modules which show how to use the software and deliver the clinical service to pharmacy patients.


Wed 28 Apr 10

New asthma approval


A WORLD first radiofrequency device has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of severe and persistent asthma in patients aged upwards of 18 years.


Wed 28 Apr 10

Standards FAQ


THE TGA has published a reference document relating to the adoption of the European Pharmacopoeia (Ph Eur) and the US Pharmacopoeia National Formulary (USP) as new default standards in Australia in addition to the British Pharmacopoeia, after recent legislation changes.


Wed 28 Apr 10

Obesity questions


CALLS for a change in US federal guidelines on obesity, to bring it in line with the World Health Organisation guidelines, could see more women fall into obese categories.


Wed 28 Apr 10

Cold reschedule on the table


THE National Drugs and Poisons Schedule Committee will at its next meeting consider the rescheduling of 22 over the counter cough and cold medicines, with proposals that they be Schedule 4 when used in children aged under six.




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