Generic drugs

Are drugs identified by its chemical name rather than its brand name.

Generics are available after expiry of the patent protection of an originator drug and are offered at substantially lower prices resulting in grate cost savings to patients and health care in general.

A Generic drug is identical to the original drug with respect to its Pharmacokinetical and Pharmacodynamical properties, efficacy, safety, dose, strength and route of administration.

Generic drugs are prescription drugs, which may only be solid to consumers possessing a valid prescription.