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  • Pharmaceutical Drugs

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    Introduction Pharmaceutical drugs have been beneficial to our modern society, but a consequence of their manufacturing is that numerous pharmaceutical industries are simultaneously releasing toxic compounds in the environment. Due to the manufacturing of several pharmaceutical industries, it generated huge quantities of wastes in the water, which directly affected the aquatic organisms (Patneedi et al. 2015). It has been over four decades since the discovery of pharmaceutical drugs in the water,

  • Pharmaceutical Drugs And Its Effects

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    Drug delivery is the process by which a pharmaceutical drug is delivered to the patient to provide medical treatment to ameliorate the well-being of the patient and prolong their lifespan. While pharmaceutical drugs have shown to be of great aid in the treatment of patients injecting foreign compounds throughout the entire body can be hazardous and cause unforeseen consequences. The side effects of some drugs are can prove to be life-threatening if consumed irregularly and even under the best conditions

  • Pharmaceutical Drug Pricing Strategy For Pharmaceutical Drugs Service Essay

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    Pharmaceutical Drug Pricing Strategy The Veteran’s Health Administration, VHA, uses a systematic government regulated pricing strategy for its pharmaceutical drugs service. The Pharmacy Benefits Management, PBM, service is in place to provide pharmaceutical services to beneficiaries of the VA. PBM’s of the VHA promote wellness, manage disease, ensure patient safety, and optimize health outcomes (VHA, 2015). PBM’s offer managed medication, emergency, and mail order services that help personalize

  • Dangers Of Counterfeit Pharmaceutical Drugs

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    Dangers of Counterfeit Pharmaceutical Drugs Remember that time you really wanted to buy a Louis Viton bag? Then the thought of spending thousands on it held you back? So instead you bought a knock off, and saved yourself a boat load of money. No harm done right? Well not exactly, of course your wearing your new bag out with your friends didn’t make a difference verse the real one. You felt a little spoiled and your friends loved it too. However, what if it wasn’t just a purse that you bought as

  • Dangers Of Counterfeit Pharmaceutical Drugs

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    Dangers of Counterfeit Pharmaceutical Drugs Remember that time, you really wanted to buy a Louis Vuitton bag? Then the thought of spending thousands on it held you back? So instead you bought a knock off, and saved yourself a boat load of money. No harm done, right? However, what if it wasn’t just a purse that you bought as a counterfeit? What if it was a knockoff Tylenol or birth control? Do you think it would be harmful, then? This happens all the time, and the production and

  • The Effects Of Counterfeited Drugs On Pharmaceutical Companies

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    The Effect of Counterfeited Drugs on Pharmaceutical Companies The market for counterfeit pharmaceuticals has grown exponentially in the last five years. According to an estimate published by the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest in the USA, “Worldwide sales of counterfeit medicines could top US$ 75 billion this year, a 90% rise in five years” (WHO, 2010). This massive rise has greatly affected pharmaceutical companies and law enforcement agencies. The data exposing the effects the counterfeit

  • Rfid, Pharmaceutical Regiments : Combating Counterfeit Drugs

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    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

  • Food And Drug Administration : Big Pharmaceutical

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    Who loves to drink medicine all the times? Many people would want to hate drug companies because those drug companies can insanely make profit off of expensive medicine that people cannot live without today. Big pharmaceutical is a vast bunch of business companies that are motivated to basically make money and product. Majority of this business of drugs and medical devices are manufactured by bringing billions of profits where it leaves their consumers with harmful side effects such as health suffering

  • The Drug Industry And The Pharmaceutical Industry

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    embodies a controversial aspect of the current pharmaceutical industry. Who doesn’t fear death or sickness? Taking care of our bodies is extremely important, since we only have one. In modern days there are all kinds of unnatural drugs to help us advance in our daily routines. Our normal every day troubles can be easily manipulated by drug advertising companies, making people fear that they have a problem. The pharmaceutical industry advertises prescription drugs to doctors and consumers trying to make

  • Pharmaceutical Industry and Drug Essay

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    Merck is an ethical and socially responsible company? Why or why not? How about Pfizer? In my opinion, Merck is not an ethical and socially responsible company with introducing Vioxx into pharmaceutical market. Before the Vioxx approval by FDA, scientists from University of Pennsylvania found that the drug could bring some serious results such as cardiovascular, and there were many serious cardiovascular problems during testing on patients. However, Merck ignored these negative effects, kept developing