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About Piramal
Critical Care


Piramal Critical Care (PCC), a business division of Piramal Pharma Limited (PPL) is one of the leaders in inhaled anesthetics and a global player in hospital generics. ‘Saving and improving patients’ lives’ is much more than a purpose statement to us. We are motivated by our vision of commitment to delivering critical care solutions for patients and healthcare providers across the globe, while achieving sustainable and profitable growth for all the stakeholders. Piramal Critical Care maintains a wide presence across the US, Europe, and more than 100 countries across the globe.

Our product portfolio includes inhalation anesthetics, intrathecal therapy for spasticity management, injectable pain and anesthesia drugs, injectable anti-infectives, oral therapy for Type I Gaucher and Niemann pick Type C disease, anticholinergic, plasma volume expander and Intravenous Nutrition. Our products include Sevoflurane, Desflurane, Isoflurane, Gablofen® (Baclofen Injection), MITIGO™(Morphine Sulfate), Dipidolor® (Piritramide), Sublimaze® (Fentanyl Citrate), Rapifen® (Alfentanil Hydrochloride), Sufenta® (Sufentanil Citrate), Hypnomidate® (Etomidate), Linezolid Injection, Yargesa™ (Miglustat), Glycopyrrolate Injection, Haemaccel and Rocuronium Bromide Injection, Succinylcholine Chloride Injection, USP, Dexmedetomidine Injection, USP, Dexmedetomidine HCl in 0.9% Sodium Chloride Injection (RTU*).
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Piramal Critical Care marked its entry in the field of inhalation anesthetics in 2002 with the acquisition of ICI India Ltd. and was further built through strategic acquisitions. We recently acquired brands and all related Intellectual Property, including know-how to make both API and finished dosage forms, of a line of Janssen products. We also acquired a portfolio of intrathecal spasticity and pain management drugs from Mallinckrodt LLC. Ability to build successful partnerships has always been an integral part of our growth story. Looking ahead, we will increase the share of our existing products and add hospital pharmaceutical products to our portfolio. Piramal Critical Care has strong manufacturing and process development experience with wholly owned, state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in the United States and India, inspected periodically by US FDA and the UK MHRA and other regulators. The strategic locations of our facilities help us supply high quality products around the world, timely at optimal costs.

For our inhalation anesthesia products, we proudly use glass bottles manufactured by Piramal Glass, which is a global leader in delivering top, world-class glass packaging solutions for pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and perfumery business. Piramal Glass is the largest specialty glass player in Asia and has been the fastest growing glass company in the world for the last 10 years.

Our core strength lies in our highly qualified global workforce of more than 400 employees across 16 countries.

Piramal Critical Care is committed to corporate social responsibility alongside Piramal Group. We collaborate with various partner organizations and proudly take an active role in providing hope and resources to those in need, as well as caring for our environment.

About Piramal Group

The Piramal Group is a diversified conglomerate with offices in more than 30 countries and brand presence across 100 markets. Since the 1980s, we have evolved from a textile-centric business to one of India’s leading business conglomerates operating across sectors such as healthcare, life sciences, healthcare information management, financial services, specialty glass packaging, and real estate. Valued at US$10 Bn, the Group’s flagship company, Piramal Enterprises Limited, generates more than 51% of its revenues from international markets.

  • A team of more than 10,000 people from around the world
  • Personnel of more than 21 nationalities

The Piramal Foundation is our philanthropic arm that runs projects across healthcare, education, livelihood creation, and youth empowerment. Projects like Piramal Sarvajal and e-Swasthya are now Harvard Business School case studies.