outdated medicine

outdated medicine

1. Pharmaceuticals that are older than the stamped expiration date.
2. Less commonly, a style of medical practice that is no longer regarded as a standard of care.
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If we insist on learning medicine in Arabic we will learn outdated medicine in a modern language, because the time required for translation, printing, publication, and adoption at universities will witness a huge progress in medical information that itself needs translation.
Do not keep outdated medicine and do not keep medicine once it is no longer needed.
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Therefore, the best way to dispose outdated medicines is to return them to the pharmacy for safe disposal."
It is also admissible to argue about the quantity and type of narcotics and mind-altering drugs found and speculate regarding the reason for bringing in outdated medicines. But there is no denying that they tried to break Argentine laws and that the authorities prevented them in a correct procedure adjusted for international uses.
* Check the expiration dates on your medicine bottles and throw away outdated medicines.
In some cases, patients are not treated at all; in other cases they only receive outdated medicines (with lower effectiveness or with more severe side-effects), while prescribed dosages can also be too low to have an effect, it claims.
The county's health chiefs, together with doctors and chemists, have backed a national scheme which aims to remove dangerous and outdated medicines from homes.
The drug inspector also raided different medical stores and have challaned the owner of Batala Medical Store, Chaudhary Medical Store, Rasheed Medical Store and Aamir Medical Store and challaned them for storing substandard and outdated medicines.