The FFCDA under the FDA
The FDA under the FFDCA
The DEA under the FFDCA
The FFDCA under the DEA
Vegetable or mineral
Chemical or biologic
Toxic or benign
Natural or synthetic
Liquid or solid
Large molecules because they are developed and manufactured by a chemical process
Small molecules because they consist of small protiens or peptides.
Small molecules because the chains they consist of are smaller than other naturally derived chains
Large molecules because the chains they consist of are larger than other naturally derived chains.
The postal service
Pharmacokinetics explores what a drug does to the body/assesses the effects of a drug on the body.
A conglomeration of lots of syllables that have relatively little meaning to this reading.
Pharmacokinetics assesses the actions of the human body on the drug.
Active Drug Medical Expiration
It's nothing, you spelled it wrong, Beckett. You meant to write ACME, which stands for A Company that Makes Everything
Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, and Excretion
Active Duty Medical Extension
Association of Destination Management Executives
Pharmacodynamics explores what a drug does to the body/assesses the effects of a drug on the body.
Pharmacodynamics assesses the actions of the human body on the drug.
Dynamic pharmacology. Not to be confused with less than scintellating pharmacology.
The way in which an API works in the body
The way in which the body acts on the API.
Insulin, type 2 diabetes, diabetes
Bacterial infection, anti infectives, anti histamines
Cardiovascular, rhinitis, SSRI's
Gastrointestinal, high cholesterol, hypertension
Central nervous system, depression, gastrophageal reflux disease
Long term illnesses or symptoms
Short tem illness or symptoms
Serious, acute pain
Small problems that manifest with a narrow range of symptoms
No single source owns the manufacturing or marketing rights
The company that held the patent still owns the marketing rights, but other companies are allowed to manufacture the same drug
Other companies are able to market the drug, but they must buy the rights to manufacture it from the original patent-owning company.
Which company has the sneakiest lawyers
The demonstrated safety and toxicity
The balance between good and evil
How many side effects the drug has with relation to how safe and beneficial it is.
Evidence from clinical trials.
Where the patient reciept is stored in the drug container.
An insert in the drug container that is identical to the FDA-approved label.
A piece of paper that explains the chemical composition of the product.
An insert in the drug container that contains relevent patient history as it pertains to the drug in question.
7 years from date of filing
10 years from date of filing
15 years from date of filing
17 years from date of filing
20 years from date of filing
It gets pulled from the market.
It becomes FDA approved for more than one use.
It is forced to undergo more research and development.
The patent expires and generics saturate the market.
During discovery and development
During the launch
During the growth of the product
During the maturity of a product
At the point where the drug becomes obsolete.