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Identification of Counterfeit Drugs
Quantitative screening of the pharmaceutical ingredient for the rapid identification of substandard and falsified medicines using reflectance infrared spectroscopy
The World Health Organization suggests that approximately 10% of medicines worldwide are either falsified or substandard with higher figures in low and middle income countries. Such poor quality medicines can seriously ...
Rapid instrumental detection and quantification of counterfeit pharmaceutical tablet formulations
From therapeutic to lifestyle medicines, the counterfeiting of medicines has been on the rise in recent times. Estimates indicate that about 10% of medicines worldwide are counterfeits with much higher figures in developing ...
Counterfeit Tablet Investigations: Can ATR FT/IR Provide Rapid Targeted Quantitative Analyses?
(OMICS Publishing Group, 2014-10-24)
Counterfeit medicines are now a global public health problem. In developed countries up to 1% of medicines are reported to be counterfeit whilst in developing countries the level is ~30-40%. In this research the potential ...
Counterfeit or just poor quality?
Counterfeit medicines are a major public health issue. The World Health Organisation suggests that the occurrence of counterfeits range from 1% in high income countries to as much as ~30-40% in low to middle income countries, ...