Why Is There No Box Medicine?
Sorry, it looks like my question isn’t important. But, to drive away my curiosity, I was desperate to ask. Why is there no box medicine? I only met round medicine, capsules, liquid, and powder. Answered yes
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The form and preparation of a drug are determined by considering many factors, including the nature of the drug, indications for its use, how to use it, its mechanism of action, including the policy of the drug manufacturer itself (for example, for production efficiency, to be unique, to be attractive, and so on). Depending on the type of medicine, consideration of the choice of form and preparation of these drugs can certainly vary greatly. All forms and preparations of this drug have been specifically designed for the achievement of the desired therapeutic effect of the drug.
Different from your statement, in fact, there is a box-shaped drug (square). It's just that this type of drug is relatively rare to find compared to drugs with other forms and preparations.
The choice of form and preparation of this drug can be very individual depending on the type of drug. For example, there are drugs whose substances tend to be unstable if packaged in tablets or caplets, so they must be made in capsule form. There is also, drugs that are made in liquid form so that it can produce effects more quickly after consumption than drugs in tablet form. Etc.
More precisely, if you consult this matter directly with the experts, the pharmacists, in order to get a more complete explanation huh ..
I hope this helps.