Drug nomenclature, Biology

DRUG NOMENCLATURE -

Generally drug has three types of names - Chemical, Proprietary & Non-proprietary.

Chemical Name - Indicates chemical nature.

Proprietary Name - It is brand name or trademark.

Non-proprietary Name - It is short name that is not subject to trademark right. It is recognized by gov. agency. It is also called a generic name. It is uniform all over the world for the new drgus.

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