BALDNESS STUDY 1992
A NEW STUDY LOOKS AT DIFFERENT TREATMENTS FOR MALE PATTERN BALDNESS.
Preparation of medical prescription Miltown tablets, for treatment of mental and emotional anxiety, at a factory in the United States.
Preparation of Miltown tablets by Wallace Laboratories in the United States. (Miltown was the brand name for Meprobamate, the the first widely used psychotropic drug in America). A sign on a machine reads 'Miltown Tablets'. Powdered medicine mixed in a container in a medical laboratory. Containers with attached pipes in the factory. A man looks at the containers. Fine mixture in a container. A production machine from which powdered medicine comes out. Women wearing apron and gloves in a laboratory. They are filling the tablets or pills in the bottles. Empty bottles on a machine are being filled with tablets. The bottles are seen being packed. Cartons of the Miltown tablets on conveyor belts for shipment all over the world. A globe of the world rotates to illustrate the global distribution of the medicine. Location: United States USA. Date: 1955.
J'avions 375 ans
Various shots of houses and factories in Acadian villages, including a shot of boats on the shore, a courthouse, a pharmacy and municipal buildings in Richmond.
DRUGS / DRUG WARS
COLOMBIAN DRUG FACTORY. DRUG RAID PICTURES OF CARLOS LEHDER. not for license
News Clip: Porno Factory
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story.
Sights Of New York
Exterior shots of United Nations building, New York, America, then shots of various signs Pizza Nova, Hot Wax $ 1, Johnny's Charcoal Broiled Hamburgers, the Pop Factory selling ice cream, clock work Donuts, H. Salt Fish and Chips, Mama Bear's selling ribs, House of Puppy's, Honey Fried Chicken, Mr Submarine, large Coca Cola sign, Drugs, Pik-Kwik, Pizza Pizza, Radio Shack, Dead End, Stop, cut to boat in choppy water, cut to shot of cable car over choppy river, cut to interior of shopping mall, various shops including a Marks and Spencer, cut to man in old soldiers uniform doing a exercise with an old rifle, which he shoots.
Bridgeman Images Details
LEDERMYCIN A NEW DRUG PREPARED IN VICTORIA
Victoria, Australia. <br/> <br/>Title reads 'Home-Grown Wonder Drug'. <br/> <br/>GV. Small building in Victoria - a drug factory producing new Australian drug ledermycin. Various shots of a worker at apparatus with a large bottle in hand mixing a liquid inside. Various shots of the machinery in motion during the process of making the drug. Various shots of the drug being inspected, tested thoroughly and then wrapped. <br/> <br/>(Comb.F.G.) <br/> <br/>Date found in the old record - 05/03/1963.
[Paracetamol shortage in pharmacies]
FR3 / France 3
Various Subjects
DRUG FACTORIES
Antimalarial drug artemisinin production, Switzerland, 2008
Artemisinin, an antimalarial drug, being produced in Switzerland in 2008. Artemisinin is a drug which is produced in the leaves of sweet wormwood (Artemisia annua), a plant traditionally used to treat fever in parts of Asia. It is used as a combination treatment to kill the parasites which cause malaria (Plasmodium sp.).
DN-B-055 Beta SP
Drug Millionaire Exposed As Crook Commits Suicide
Drug Safety;
Woman in kitchen swallows pills with glass of orange juice; Capsule pills in a factory; Many pink pills; Many red and yellow capsules in production; Two men in suits and ties take notes (drug safety - pharmaceuticals)
FDA Clears New Drug Posicor VNR (06/28/1997)
The U.S Food and Drug Administration has granted clearance to Hoffman-La Roche to market once-daily Posicor for the treatment of Hypertension and Angina. High blood pressure is known to lead to heart attack, stroke and death. Fifty million Americans have high blood pressure - yet only 34 million know it and only 26 million of those are receiving treatment. Posicor taken once daily, controls blood pressure and reduces Anginal attacks. The drug was found to work well in people of all ages and ethnic backgrounds.
DN-LB-523 Beta SP
Crime [F. Donald Coster McKesson Drug Company Head, Suicide]
MIAMI DRUG STORY
00:12:52:26 VS OF BAGS OF ILLEGAL DRUGS INSIDE THE GARAGE OF A HOME WHICH WAS USED AS A DRUG FACTORY. THE DRUGS ARE NOT SEEN. CI: CRIME: DRUG TRAFFICKING.
Cyrias Ouellet homme de science
Pharmaceutical products: several CUs of women's hands working on drug containers, of automatic machinery filling and capping vials, of pills pouring down chute out of machine. CU of pill packing machine, woman inspecting pills. Shot from end of row, of several women putting vials into cardboard containers.
Antiviral medication manufacture, 2008
Antiviral medication being produced. Antivirals are used to treat and prevent infection by viruses. Filmed in 2008.
BLOOD PRESSURE? TAKE A TABLET
Unissued / Unused material. <br/> <br/>Blood Pressure? Take a tablet. Dartmouth and Beckenham. <br/> <br/>MS factory at Dartmouth where the new drug Darenthin is made, camera pans down to the River Daren which gives its name to the drug. LS chemical plant. Interior MS man wearing protective mask and clothing carrying a case of Bromine which he puts into header tank. CU Bromine label on the case. MS pan man taking bottle of Bromine from case and pouring it into the tank. CU man wearing protective face shield. <br/> <br/>MS two chemists walking towards a three hundred gallon reactor to check it during the mixing of the chemicals. CU graph showing progress. Top shot, pan chemist opening valves and letting finished liquid Darenthin run into the vat. CU chemist working. LS chemist opening the lid of the centrifuge which converts the liquid Darenthin into powder form. CU powder being scraped out of the centrifuge and placed on tray. MS chemists working in the laboratories at Beckenham on research of the drug. Various shots one of the men who helped discover Darenthin working on electrical apparatus. <br/> <br/>MS Darenthin being injected into a sciatic nerve which is connected electrically to an oscilloscope which registers the nerve impulses. CU pan, man working the electrical apparatus. CU oscilloscope. CU pan, back at the Dartmouth factory powdered form Darenthin being poured into a tablet making machine. CU pan tablet machine ejecting tablets into bin. Camera pans to Darenthin label on bin. MS looking across factory floor at the new drug being manufactured and packed.
CHINA HEPARIN LOOKLIVE
World War 2 film promoting public investment in War Bonds and stamps to aid the war effort and tamper inflation
Show girls in follies-like show, costumed as U.S. silver dollars and marching to tune and lyrics alluding to dramatic increase of currency in circulation, over the years. Animation with stacks of coins shows increase in national income from $46 billion,in 1933, to $71 billion, in 1939, and $142 billion in 1943. Back to the "follies dollars," a boy asks why, and then scenes of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor,are shown, with U.S. battleships being sunk. Wartime arms plants are shown. An M2A3 Light Tank rolls off a production line. Ships being constructed in a shipyard. B-24 Liberator bombers being built in a factory. Artillery shells being produced. Defense workers receiving their pay. The "follies dollars" group themselves to illustrate the fractions of income devoted to taxes and savings. But other spending is curtailed by wartime shortages. A woman talking with clerk in a drug store. U.S. Army troops crossing a pontoon bridge in open trucks, towing 75mm M1A1 howitzers. Infantry on the march. Animation showing industrial production devoted to war materiel and lots of dollars chasing few civilian goods. A grocery clerk offers to sell a woman customer butter for more than the established price, and she agrees. The "follies" performers then introduce the idea of an "inflationary dollar," and some history of past U.S. inflations. Animated examples of price inflation are shown. Glimpses of World War I scenes are seen, including: a 12-inch railway gun firing; a huge explosion from shell bursting near the camera; various scenes of infantry in action. Meanwhile, singing narration refers to the home front inflation due to competition for limited civilian goods. Map shows Europe and singing narration cites rising prices for food in occupied France and other countries suffering ravages of World War II. Montage of scenes showing needy civilians obtaining food in those countries. Animation shows increases, by 1944, in cost of U.S. civilian goods since the Pearl Harbor attack. "Follies" character called "Double-duty dollar," appears explaining he serves the war and curtails inflation on the home front by being saved through investments in War Bonds and stamps. Location: United States USA. Date: 1944.
[Health: France wants to relocate paracetamol production]
A2 / France 2
Drug capsules falling into collector
Drug capsules falling from a production line into a collecting bucket. These are Amilox pills, containing the antibiotics ampicillin and cloxacillin, used to treat bacterial infections. Filmed in 2007.
S March for Carelide to Mouvaux
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