RFID in pharmaceutical regiments: Combating Counterfeit Drugs Koppolu Vijaya Krishna ª, Venkata Vineeth Mucherla ᵇ, LaTasha Taylor Starr c a, b, c Industrial, Manufacturing and Systems Engineering University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, Texas Abstract Counterfeit drugs have become a menace and a dangerous problem in the pharmaceutical industry. This rapidly growing global epidemic and was $75 billion industry in 2010. World Health Organization (WHO) claims that on average, approximately
Counterfeit Drugs Problems and Solutions for the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry Introduction Counterfeit drugs have been around for much of the recent history of industrial-scale drug production in India and abroad. Although detailed data on counterfeit medicines are difficult to obtain by virtue of its very nature, a recent WHO report estimates the prevalence to be around 1% of sales in developed countries to over 10% in some developing countries1. The more important aspect of this global
lower pricing by reducing margins in the pharmaceutical industry and the demonstration that medicines can be produced locally in a number of countries, the population has massively turned to the illicit market, due to the absence of a pharmaceutical monopoly. In Burkina Faso, the illicit market accounted for 20-25% of the country 's peripheral drug sales. In Benin, where the illicit market accounted for 40% of sales, 60 to 80% of the drugs were counterfeit, defects, under and overdosed products.
WHAT ARE THE IMPACTS OF RFID IN OIL AND GAS SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT? CERTIFICATION STATEMENT This is to certify and say as follows, 1) That the information provided in this research paper is my own product. 2) That where languages or words or quotation from others papers such as articles, books and journals is used, such have been indicated by quotation marks and appropriate credits have been given to acknowledge the works of such writers or authors. 3) That