Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs: Open Access

ISSN: 2167-7689

Open Access

Bryan Nasr

Department of Pharmacy, Rajavithi Hospital, Bangkok 10400, Thailand

  • Mini Review   
    Quality Indicators′ Effect on Perceptions of Drug Use
    Author(s): Bryan Nasr*

    Many investigations have looked into drug reuse convictions. Although training is not permitted in some types of pharmacy stores, it is nonetheless done elsewhere in the world where the quality of returned prescriptions is determined by visual inspection. One suggestion is to align sensor innovation with prescription packaging as a gauge of their quality under all circumstances. Our goal was to gauge people's opinions about reusing prescription drugs in a survey, regardless of sensor technology or a doctor's commitment to performing a visual check. Two free variables were intended to test the hypothesis that sensors and visual checks would increase in support of convictions for medication reuse in a between-member review... Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2167-7689.2022.11.335

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