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over the counter drug
it is a finished dose for therapeutic use
original drug name
is a pharmaceudical drug that legally requires a medical prescription to be dispensed
they have the potential to create physical and mental prescription to be purchased and identified based on their ratings. it is required to be registered with the DEA to prescribe.
usually it contains the same active drug ingredient brand, not required to have any ingredient equal to the brand name drug.
it is required to be manufactured with at least the same active ingredient as the brand name drug.
instrument, apparatus, machine, implant, other component or accessory used to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent illnesses or conditions.
they are produced using techniques in which they use live organisms, their process and their parts are used for the absence of products to better your health.
chemical materials and packaging components.
process of formation and packaging of a drug.
process in which the drug is already finished, it passes by a series of stages in a line of packaging.
combination of numbers and letters that assign each lot of manufacturing production and packaging for its identification. permits, determines and tracks the history of the manufacturing, package and distribution of the product.
date in which the drug or pharmaceudical product starts to degrade, loose its effectiveness, insecure for consume
SOP(standard procedure of operations)
written operational procedure that is detailed in a chronological sequence of steps to follow to realize a work, function or operations.
GMP(Good manufactoring Practices)
minimal requirements for the manufactoring of drugs and pharmaceudical product finished to guaranty the consumer there quality.
prime material in the composition of the drug in which it serves a purpose in providing the therapeutically action.
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