All pharmaceutical packaging requires clinical labelling. The information shared with medicine regardless of whether it goes to a hospital, doctor?s office, or straight to the consumer is vitally important. It is the instruction son how to take it. It includes known risks, side effects, what to expect, and other pertinent information.
The clinical labelling needs to be taken into account when deciding the type of packaging to use. Options for packaging include blister packaging, clamshell packs, bottle packaging, pouches, and more. Blister packs separate the individual pills so that each pill remains sealed until use.
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