Just as for the passage "... or ask your doctor or pharmacist.", which we know from television advertising as a compulsory statement, there are compulsory statements for medicines, devices or machines so that they receive approval for end consumers - from the pharmaceutical industry or from TÜV or other institutions. machines, so that they receive approval for end consumers - from the pharmaceutical industry or from TÜV or other institutions.
Package leaflet, instruction leaflet and directions for use - what information must be included?
Roughly simplified: medicinal products must be labelled as to which ingredients they contain, what effect they have, under which circumstances taking them can be helpful or risky, what the side effects are, what the composition of the medicine is, what risks can arise from taking it side effects, the composition of the medicine, what risks may arise from taking the medicine, what should be taken into account, for example, in the case of pregnancy, what side effects the patient can generally expect, and much more. what side effects the patient can generally expect, and much more. The package leaflet must explain what the medicine does and what to be aware of in the event of an overdose, for example. overdose should be taken into account.
The interaction with other medicines may also be important, or if the patient already has pre-existing conditions, just what to consider in this case. The patient should be understanding of how to take the medicine or medicines. The information should also include a range for the frequency of use and the treatment in general. contain. It usually contains information and guidelines for use in specific diseases and associated risks. At the pharmacy, the consumer can also ask about the effects of the medicine. The pharmacist is very familiar with the requirements. He usually has a database at his disposal that provides information on incompatibilities for patients.
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Questions that patients often ask in the area of medicines, medicines & package leaflets, package leaflets:
What does the package leaflet say?
What else can you call an instruction leaflet?
What does the package insert say?
Should you read package inserts?
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