Iron Sucrose

Name : Ferric oxide, saccharated
Synonym : Feojectin; Ferrivenin; Inviron; Iron saccharate; Iron sucrose; Saccharated ferric oxide; Sucroferric oxyhydroxide
Mol Formula : 2Fe.3O
CAS : 8047-67-4
Functions : 1. Pharmaceuticals>Nutrition>Nutritional supplements>Iron>
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Progress Life Sciences Pvt. Ltd.(PLS)  Iron Sucrose is a professionally managed rapidly evolving company founded by technocrats with a vision to carry out business globally. This company has been founded by 1st generation enterprenuers with a strong desire to create a world class generic pharmaceutical and chemical company.
At PLS, we believe that success is defined by the positive impact which we make on the world around us. Since the beginning, our goal has always been to provide access to affordable healthcare solutions to millions of people who are in need.
We are a lean company with skilled,educated & experienced professionals who look after various critical operations on day to day basis and have been successfully able to establish the base for a bigger business platform globally. Our present core focus area remains APIs and intermediates Iron Sucrose.
Over a period of time PLS has successfully been able to develop new products, gained market approvals, made commercial supplies to customers of reupte in both domestic and international markets & have created a basket which will bring in growh for the company and its people. Our Products are being exported to LATAM, Middle East and Asian subcontinents.
We plan to venture into formulation and finished dosage business and are open for new ideas for collaborations & believe in co-creation of breakthrough solutions.
Progress curently holds Good manufacturing practices (GMP) license issued by food and drug administration Pune – in accredition to the practices being followed to manufacture the goods therein.
Iron sucrose is a dark brown liquid solution. It is administered intravenously and is only used when a patient with iron deficiency cannot be treated using oral iron options.[5] It is a generally effective drug, with more than 80% of patients responding to treatment. Iron sucrose has ~20 mg of iron per mL of solution. A typical adult patient can safely receive 600 mg of iron sucrose per week, administered in separate doses of 200–300 mg. Most patients experience an increase in their hemoglobin levels of at least 20 g/L.[3] Administration usually takes from fifteen to thirty minutes[3] and is done by a medical professional. Often, saline solution is mixed with the iron sucrose during injection.


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