Pharmacy is a modern medical science that links chemistry with medical science and is responsible for the production, administration, safe handling, and the proper and effective usage of drugs and medicines. It is responsible for the development of new medications for new illnesses and diseases, and the manufacture of medicines that are to be dispensed and sold on the market. A pharmacy is also responsible for the safety and protection of patients. It is responsible for the supply, distribution, storage, disposal and labeling of all pharmaceutical products.
The pharmacy supplies a number of pharmaceutical products such as capsules, tablets, injectable solutions, fluids, gels, solutions and suppositories. This is not only for the relief of pain but also to cure certain ailments and to prevent any more from occurring. The main aim of a pharmacy is to provide relief and comfort to the patients. It also provides care to the patients through education and training, monitoring and follow up. It also follows the standards and guidelines set by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). It ensures that the right procedures are followed in drug manufacture, packaging and labeling, and quality control.
There are many types of pharmacy supplies available in the market today. These supplies vary from the basic pharmaceuticals and drugs such as antibiotics and anti-inflammatory medications, anti-diseases such as hepatitis and cancer, birth control pills and other medicines prescribed by doctors. They also include therapeutic supplies such as anesthesia for the surgery and the patient, intravenous fluids to help administer drugs and fluids to help with muscle ache, blood transfusions and other medicines that are used for blood pressure control, heart conditions, asthma, flu, and any other ailment or disease.