Partnership brings established international brand to South African consumers with complementary barrier and cleansing presentations for dry skins.
Improving access to breast care nurses for all women is a priority in the South African breast health arena. Nurses are urged to sign up to a new, progressive online education portal which aims to make that possible, both in the public and private healthcare sectors.
It is estimated that three-and-a-half million South Africans (about 6% of the population), reported in 2012, suffer from diabetes and there are many more who remain undiagnosed.
Knife’s investment in PharmaScout will accelerate product rollout to pharmacies, medical practitioners and pharmaceutical warehouses and enhance new product development for the international market.
EXPERTS CALL FOR NATIONWIDE ADOPTION OF BUGWISE APP AMONG GPs TO KEEP ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN CHECK
Amid increased reporting of antibiotic resistance (ABR) worldwide, local health experts have called on South African doctors to more fully participate in and support efforts aimed at curbing the growing threat of antibiotic resistant superbugs in our country.
Muscle strain or spasm caused by injury, sport or work related accidents can be effectively relieved using South Africa’s most prescribed muscle relaxant brand, Norflex®.
With modern day stress and fast pace living, it is difficult to maintain high levels of energy necessary to keep going all day long. NRF B-Complex fizzy is a delicious, cranberry flavoured effervescent tablet with antioxidants which helps to boost energy effectively. A tablet should be taken daily in half a glass of water.
Novartis South Africa aims to continue building on local partnerships and health development initiatives, following the appointment of Dr. Mahomed (Mo) Kadwa as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer: Novartis South Africa and Head: Southern African Countries.
Warranties on medical devices could save the country – and taxpayers – millions in negligence claims
South Africa has a unique opportunity to become the global leader in the regulation of warranties for medical devices.
In recognition of the critical role that South African doctors play in the healthy functioning of South African society, 16 November has been declared national Doctors Day.
Novartis has made a donation of medicines to the value of One Million Rands as a contribution towards the recent Cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe’s capital city of Harare which has so far claimed the lives of 49 people in the capital city, five more in Buhera more recently and left 10 000 infected.
iNova pharmaceuticals and their B-Cal® calcium range has launched the “Big O” campaign – to encourage South Africans to put their voice behind Osteoporosis, also known as the “silent disease”.
Medical practitioners, healthcare workers and emergency departments in Southern Africa have been provided with access to a new resource to assist them with the management of the victims of snake bites with the launch of a special advisory group of snakebite authorities.
Raising awareness for eating disorders in South Africa is important to help struggling individuals, and to debunk eating disorder myths.
It’s SA National Eye Care Awareness Month from 23 September to 18 October, and to mark the occasion, Novartis South Africa has called on South Africans to pay closer attention to eye care and the symptoms of eye diseases.