Are You Concerned That Your Aging Parent Is Not Following Necessary Medication Instructions?

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You still remember the sticky, thick, purple cough syrup splattering up onto your legs.
Contained in only a thin white paper bag advertising the location and operating hours of the local pharmacy, you would wrap the top of the bag around the left side of the racer handle bars on your bike. Even when your hand started to cramp up, you really could not switch the package to your right hand because you needed that hand to operate the rear brakes, so you simply pedaled faster and counted down the visual landmarks that let you know you were nearing the end of your five mile round trip from your house to the drug store.
On at least two occasions that you can remember that thin white paper sack slipped or ripped and the bottle of purple cough syrup crashed to the ground, the glass bottle shatteri Continue reading

The Process of Formulation Development

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Formulation development is one of the first points where the pharmaceutical supply chain begins. It is basically the place where different chemical substances are blended together focusing on the final goal of creating the medication that will eventually be used for a specific illness or condition.

The formulation development process begins by a consultation with a chemist experienced at working with the particular types of chemicals needed to be tested by the client. After the consultation, the chemist will discuss the client’s needs with his or her team of scientists, and they will draw up and submit a proposal for the job. The proposal having been accepted, the team of chemists will get to work on what is called a prototype, the finished product to be reviewed by the client. A p Continue reading