What are we doing here? [Off Topic]

posted by nobody – 2020-01-20 16:23 (614 d 13:01 ago) – Posting: # 21077
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Hi Dan-gium!

» » " Selbstverständlich können auch Präparate gleicher Bioäquivalenz und Bioverfügbarkeit verwendet werden."

"gleicher Bioäquivalenz" - identical bioequivalence? REALLY?

» » ((emphasis on the "und" ("and"), please note!!1elf!!1!))
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» » Is BE/BA really only relevant/understood in regulatory/scientific discussion? Is there anybody out there?
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» » January blues here, going back to my work now...
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» Isn't this ok?
» I mean, yes the terminology may be a little off, but the doctor seems to be acknowledging that generic drugs may be equally safe and efficaceous.

It's just "cover-my-axx" for the primary doc to prescribe the cheapest/the generic the health care provider of the specific patient has a manufacturer contract for all its patients with. The wording is more than "a little offffff"... :-(

» The doctor you are quoting is light years ahead of the average doctor here in Denm....uhm...sorry I mean Belgium.

If you have a FENCE at the southern border, it's definitely Denmark. Otherwise it might be somethink else... :-D

Kindest regards, nobody

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