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pro·pri·e·tar·y name

(prō-prī'ĕ-tār'ē nām),
The protected brand name or trademark, registered with the U.S. Patent Office, under which a manufacturer markets its product. It is written with a capital initial letter and is often further distinguished by a superscript R in a circle (®). Compare: generic name, nonproprietary name.
[L. proprietas, ownership]

proprietary name

n.
The patented brand name or trademark under which a manufacturer markets a product.

proprietary name

A commercial name granted by a naming authority for use in marketing a drug/device product in a particular jurisdiction.

pro·pri·e·tar·y name

(prŏ-prīĕ-tar-ē nām)
The protected brand name or trademark, registered with the U.S. Patent Office, under which a manufacturer markets a product. It is written with an initial capital letter, if appropriate, and is often further distinguished by a register mark (®).
Compare: generic name, nonproprietary name
[L. proprietas, ownership]

pro·pri·e·tar·y name

(prŏ-prīĕ-tar-ē nām)
Protected brand name or trademark, registered with the U.S. Patent Office (or other governmental authority), under which a manufacturer markets its product. It is written with a capital initial letter and is often further distinguished by a superscript R in a circle (®).
[L. proprietas, ownership]
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Draft Guidance for Industry #240, "Proprietary Names for New Animal Drugs," proposes a framework for evaluating proposed proprietary names before submitting them for review by the FDA's Center for Veterinary Medicine.The agency will accept public comments beginning March 12, 2018, encouraging comment submissions byMay 11, 2018in order to consider them in drafting the final guidance.
Until then, review of a proprietary name "is limited to a tentative acceptance of that name," said the FDA.
(87) Under PDUFA IV, the FDA committed to a number of performance goals including the utilization of fees to reduce medication errors related to look-alike and sound-alike proprietary names, unclear label abbreviations, acronyms, designations, and error-prone label and packaging designs.
These EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) approved biocides and their formulations, marketed under the proprietary names Tektamer[TM], Metasol[TM] and Biochek[TM], were previously still manufactured by Ondeo Nalco.
FDA is closer to releasing a third naming guidance on the process for submitting proprietary names for evaluation," Holquist said.
The EPA-approved biocides and their formulations, marketed under the proprietary names Tektamer, Metasol and Biochek, were previously still manufactured by Ondeo Nalco.
The FDA's public meeting, "Minimizing Medication Errors--Methods for Evaluating Proprietary Names for Their Confusion Potential," was intended to help reduce the problem of similar drug names causing medical errors.
Because of the success of this home products brand, other mass merchants were forced to woo proprietary names to their shelves, including brands that had been the exclusive domain of department and specialty stores.
the proprietary names used in the tender documentation are exemplary.
The name Gimoti was reportedlydeveloped in compliance with the US FDA's Guidance for Industry, Contents of a Complete Submission for the Evaluation of Proprietary Names..
"Our goal is to make the active substance that has performed so well in the Autan range available to end users under other proprietary names too," said Dr.
For the Prestige wines, the design is minimalist, with the crisp white labels highlighting the proprietary names, Silhouette Chardonnay and Profile red wine.