Drug Administration Routes

Antiviral drugs

Antiviral drugs are used to treat viral infections, like flu, in your body. These drugs differ from antibiotics, because they don’t fight bacteria. The main action is aimed to kill the virus that causes the disease.

Antiviral medicines are divided into 4 basic groups:

  • vaccines;
  • interferon-containing medicines;
  • immunostimulants;
  • antiviral drugs of direct action (etiotropic). (more…)

Generic Viagra

Generic Viagra is the modern equivalent of the famous Viagra drug, which has absolutely same principle of its operation and functional characteristics.

In relation to the original cost of funds, the generic price is more accessible, because it does not imply extra charge for the “brand”. (more…)

Drug overdose

According to public data, in the United States every 19 minutes one person dies from an overdose of the drug. Meanwhile, the Office for the Control Food and Drug Administration (FDA) defines the risk of overdose among different groups of people:

  • – Men are twice as likely to die from an overdose of women’s medications;
  • – More people die from an overdose at the age of 45 to 49 years;
  • – Less common cases of overdoses among teens under 15 years old, they are much less likely to abuse drugs.

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New or old trusted drugs?

Over the past 8 years, American pharmaceutical companies spent more than $ 50 billion in the search for new drugs, but had to admit that the most innovative products were produced decades ago. With each passing year it becomes more and more difficult to develop a radically new, effective and safe remedy that on the properties surpass existing analogues. (more…)

Drugs side effects

Diseases due to developing treatments- called iatrogenic. The most famous of these include allergic reactions are: liver disease and drug nephritis (kidney disease). All the unwanted effects that may occur while taking medicines or that are listed in the summary in the “Side Effects”. Among the adverse effects decided to allocate significant and clinically insignificant. (more…)