repackaging


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repackaging

The transfer of specified doses of a medication from a manufacturer's bulk container to smaller containers used by patients and/or dispensing institutions.
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We are ready to provide pharmaceutical bottling, repackaging, blistering, kitting and more to commercial and government customers.
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The savings is achieved by repackaging medications that were prescribed but never used; and through negotiated contracts with pharmaceutical wholesalers that give lower prices because of the many agencies involved.
The Chinese regulator has taken steps to halt repackaging of bank loans in the country.
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FOR all the usual misguided reasons of trendiness, the BBC is repackaging its political programming for a younger, more classless crowd.
Following outside inquiries in early December, Sugawara immediately reported the repackaging scheme to Sugiyama, who ordered him to deny of any label falsification.