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Process for preparing Chinese-medicinal pills containing borneol

Application Number: 00115424Application Date: 2000.04.21Publication Number: 1320422Publication Date: 2001.11.07Priority Information: International: A61K9/20;A61K31/045;A61P17/02;A61P27/02;A61P31/00Applicant(s) Name: Pharmaceutical Factory No.1 of Traditional Chinese Medicines, Shanghai Medical MAddress: Inventor(s) Name: Ma Agen;Chen Baoyan;Teng HonggenPatent Agency Code: 31129Patent Agent: sun tigongAbstract A process for preparing the Chinese medicines in the form of pills containing borneol includes pulverizing borneol, sieving, mixing the… Read More »

Forming medicine pills in water contg. active compound melt material

Application Number: 00127023Application Date: 2000.09.11Publication Number: 1287830Publication Date: 2001.03.21Priority Information: 1999/9/10 DE 19943501.4International: A61J3/06;A61K9/20;B01J2/20;B01J2/28Applicant(s) Name: BASF AGAddress: Inventor(s) Name: A. Enst;T. Kesler;G. BendellPatent Agency Code: 72001Patent Agent: guan lixinAbstract A process for producing pellets comprising biologically active substances in which the biologically active substances are homogeneously dispersed in a matrix based on at least one… Read More »

Medical pills for treating diabets

Application Number: 00110649Application Date: 2000.07.13Publication Number: 1283474Publication Date: 2001.02.14Priority Information: International: A61K35/78;A61P3/10Applicant(s) Name: Guo QingheAddress: Inventor(s) Name: Guo QinghePatent Agency Code: 21217Patent Agent: huang keAbstract A Chinese patent medicine in the form of pills for treating diabetes is prepared from euclamin and 8 Chinese-medicinal materials including rehmannia root, dogwood fruit, yam, pollen, etc. Its features… Read More »

'Qingzhang Hingmu' pills for clearing eyes

Application Number: 00110651Application Date: 2000.07.13Publication Number: 1283476Publication Date: 2001.02.14Priority Information: International: A61K9/20;A61K35/32;A61K35/56;A61K35/78;A61P3/10;A61P27/12Applicant(s) Name: Guo QingheAddress: Inventor(s) Name: Guo QinghePatent Agency Code: 21217Patent Agent: huang keAbstract A Chinese-patent medicine in the form of pills for treating retinopathy and cataract caused by diabetes is prepared from 19 Chinese-medicinal materials including Antelope's horn, cassia seed, dogwood fruit, wolfberry… Read More »

Process for preparing Tebitan medicine pills

Application Number: 00107663Application Date: 2000.05.25Publication Number: 1325683Publication Date: 2001.12.12Priority Information: International: A61K9/20Applicant(s) Name: Yutuo Tibetan Medicine research Co Ltd, Tibet Autonomous RegionAddress: Inventor(s) Name: Lei Jufang;Li Fuyin;Zhang XiminPatent Agency Code: 00000Patent Agent: Abstract A process for preparing Tibetan-medicinal pills includes such steps as pretreating raw materials, pulverizing, adding efficient disintegrant, mixing, loading part of the… Read More »

Pills for treating gastropathy

Application Number: 00105195Application Date: 2000.04.30Publication Number: 1293044Publication Date: 2001.05.02Priority Information: International: A61K36/898;A61K125/00;A61K33/06;A61K33/10;A61P1/04Applicant(s) Name: Liang PengAddress: Inventor(s) Name: Liang PengPatent Agency Code: 00000Patent Agent: Abstract A medicine in the form of small pills for treating chronic gastric ulcer, chronic duodenal ulcer, chronic globus ulcer, chronic superficial gastrorrhagia, atrophic gastritis and acute gastritis is disclosed. Its advantages… Read More »

Method for preparing pills containing 90 wt.% activated pharmaceutical compositions

Application Number: 00104524Application Date: 2000.01.17Publication Number: 1270025Publication Date: 2000.10.18Priority Information: 1999/1/18 DE 19901692.5International: A61J3/06;A61K9/20Applicant(s) Name: Gruenenthal GmbHAddress: Inventor(s) Name: J. H. Bartholomeus;I. ZieglerPatent Agency Code: 72001Patent Agent: wang jihaoAbstract A process for the preparation of pellets containing >=50 wt. % of a pharmaceutical active ingredient having a solubility in water of >=0.5 g/ml, by aqueous… Read More »