Ozone Pharmaceuticals Ltd. was incorporated in 1991, with a keen desire and aspiration to serve humanity through finest quality medicaments.
To elevate hope in all risk factors in every infertile couples with the issue of awareness, affordability, access and assurance to bring back SMILE.
Infertility in India is a matter of high sensitivity and inability, contributing to serious Psychological, Emotional and Social distress to the families irrespective of economic, educational or religious background.
We are a research driven organization. Our Research & Analytical team comprises of 11 Ph.Ds, highly qualified biotechnologists, pharmacy post graduates and graduates.
In vitro fertilization (IVF), a type of assisted reproductive technology (ART). IVF involves fertilization of egg cells by the sperm outside to the women’s body (in laboratory) & then again transferred in to uterus.
According to the World Health Organization, infertility is “a disorder of the male or female reproductive system defined by the failure to obtain pregnancy after 12 months or more of frequent, unprotected sexual intercourse”.
Up to 27.5 million couples—or one in every six couples—in metropolitan India, according to the Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction, are affected by infertility. According to AIIMS, between 10 – 15 % of Indian couples struggle with infertility.
Infertility is a gender neutral problem and hence can be prevalent in both males and females. Infertility is not only restricted to urban areas, it has gone deeper into the rural India as well, due to various known reasons.
Adlife, a division of Ozone group of companies, is committed to add life to life. In Adlife our attempt to address every concern of creation of life through our product range specially designed to treat infertility. We are operating in the therapies related to PCOS, Ovulation cycle, hormones & male infertility.
S. C. Sehgal
Chairman and Managing Director
OZONE’S ADLife is committed to adding life … to life.
Message From CMD
Infertility is a global concern, it doesn’t restrict to India only but to the entire human population. There is always a belief that infertility is only a female factor where society never consider that men could be a predominant contributor to this social concern. It has been noticed that men are responsible for 40% of all the infertility cases, then why to blame women alone.