Kinza Asghar Khan

At Akasious, Kinza Asghar Khan, as an expert in pharmaceutical copywriting and medico-marketing, bridges the gap between Pharma/healthcare brands and their audience with precision-crafted, SEO-optimized content. My portfolio is a testament to my ability to blend technical acumen with storytelling, creating content that ranks well in search engines and resonates with professionals, patients, and industry stakeholders. 

I prioritize clarity, accuracy, and stringent regulatory compliance, ensuring your brand message doesn’t just stand out, but also establishes trust and meets industry standards. Explore my portfolio or contact me and learn how I can take your brand’s communication to the next level.

The recent shortage of bacteriostatic 0.9% sodium chloride has presented a serious problem for the healthcare sector. The shortage of this lifesaving medicine has caused concern among doctors and patients alike because of its widespread application in healthcare facilities. Last year we discussed the Shortage of Bacteriostatic Sodium Chloride in a similar article and the shortage still exists. Today, we’ll investigate the current causes of the shortage of bacteriostatic 0.9% sodium chloride and highlight the value of bacteriostatic 0.9% sodium chloride in medical settings.

One of the many causes of drug shortages is the inability to get raw materials, which leads to production troubles, regulatory concerns, commercial decisions, and other disruptions in supply chains. They compromise, delay medical operations resulting in pharmaceutical errors, and cause safe remedies to be replaced with alternative medicines. However, the shortage of Gonak is not due to these, and in this article, we will go into further detail regarding that.

Eye lubricant Gonak Hypromellose is used to relieve dry, itchy eyes. It is also administered during surgery to preserve the eye shape and protect tissues from harm. Additional uses of Gonak Hypromellose involve cornea protection during eye exams and checking the fluid drainage from the eyes.

Breast milk is highly regarded as the ideal first food for infants because it contains all the vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients required for healthy growth and development. Nonetheless, there are situations in which a mother will not be able to breastfeed, prompting the question, “Which formula is most similar to breast milk?”.

In this article, we’ll look at the formula options, how they’re made, and the pros and cons of giving your baby formula instead of breast milk. The article also addresses some frequently asked questions that we keep receiving from parents.


Last week we discussed the shortage of 0.9% Sodium Chloride Irrigation from the FDA shortage drug list. In this article, we aim to shed light on the Albuterol Sulfate Inhalation Solution, 0.5% shortage.

The healthcare sector is currently grappling with an alarming Albuterol Sulfate shortage crisis. As of May 31st, 2023 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) maintains that Albuterol Sulfate Inhalation Solution, 0.5% is still in shortage by various manufacturers.

Many dentists and physicians use lidocaine as a local anesthetic before surgical procedures. There have been frequent shortages of Lidocaine injections with or without epinephrine for various reasons.

Lidocaine is indicated for infiltration anesthesia, intravenous regional anesthesia, nerve block, and surface anesthesia. Many people who are affected by healthcare shortages are curious as to why.

Choosing the right feeding option for your newborn is one of the most important decisions that you will make as a new parent. It’s a choice that will have a significant impact on your child’s growth and development.

Historically, the most common method of feeding infants has been breastfeeding. However, in recent years, formula feeding has become an increasingly popular option for new parents.

Nutritional supplements are essential for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers to ensure that they are getting enough nutrients for their health and the health of their developing fetus or newborn.

Women’s bodies undergo significant changes during pregnancy and lactation, and their nutritional needs increase, necessitating a well-balanced and nutritious diet. Without proper nutrition, both the mother’s and her child’s health can suffer.

The scarcity of 0.9% Sodium Chloride Irrigation, apparently a simple solution, has thrown a wrench into the gears of countless medical procedures. As of May 23, 2023 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) maintains that 0.9% sodium chloride irrigation is still in shortage. It’s a problem that has piqued the interest of healthcare providers, and its importance cannot be underestimated.

As a parent, ensuring the optimal health and well-being of your infant is paramount. One of the conditions that may cause discomfort or harm is lactose intolerance and milk allergy, which are prevalent in infants.

Therefore, it is crucial to have an understanding of these conditions to prevent them from occurring. This article discusses infant lactose intolerance and milk allergy risk factors and offers prevention advice.


Breastfeeding can be an incredible journey for both mother and child, but it can also come with unique challenges.

One of the most important things for lactating mothers to remember is that their body requires an increase in calories and nutrients in order to maintain energy stores and allow for gradual weight loss after pregnancy.

Before moving forward we also shared a helpful and informative article on best nutritional supplements for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers. In this article, we will discuss why it’s important to provide nutritional supplements to lactating mothers, as well as the consequences poor nutrition can have for both the mother and child.

Medico-Marketing Materials

Competent in creating marketing materials such as brochures, flyers, and sales aids that effectively communicate the value and differentiation of medical products to healthcare professionals and patients.

Patient Education Materials

Proficiency in creating patient-centric content, such as pamphlets, leaflets, and digital resources that educate and inform patients about diseases, treatment options, and medication adherence.

Pharmaceutical Product Descriptions

I’ve been writing pharmaceutical product descriptions for a variety of clients and businesses. I’ve also written thousands of pharmaceutical product descriptions for retail and online pharmacies that chose to go online following COVID.

Healthcare Professional Communication (CME)

Extensive experience creating communication materials for healthcare professionals, such as educational resources, detail aids, and presentations that effectively convey complex medical information.

Leveraging my in-depth knowledge of pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors, I and my team deliver SEO-focused, evidence-based content that amplifies your brand’s visibility and fosters engagement. I excel at crafting bespoke marketing campaigns, user-friendly patient education materials, impactful sales training modules, and providing strategic medico-marketing advice. 

Akasious embodies the perfect blend of scientific accuracy and creative storytelling, converting complex medical information into digestible, SEO-friendly content that drives traffic and engagement. 

A less relevant introduction is that Kinza Asghar Khan is also a published author of three fiction books under the Pen name, ‘Akasious’

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