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Dosage form Contaners- Bottles-Definitions

  • BOTTLE
A vessel with a narrow neck designed to accept a specific closure.
  • BOTTLE, WITH APPLICATOR
A bottle which includes a device for applying its contents.
  • BOTTLE, DISPENSING
A bottle that is used by the pharmacist to dispense the prescribed medication. It includes preparations for which a dropper accompanies the bottle.

  • BOTTLE, DROPPER
A bottle that has a device specifically intended for the application of a liquid in a drop by drop manner, or a device intended for the delivery of an exact dose (e.g., calibrated dropper for oral medications).
  • BOTTLE, GLASS
A glass vessel with a narrow neck designed to accept a specific closure.
  • BOTTLE, PLASTIC
A plastic vessel with a narrow neck designed to accept a specific closure.
  • BOTTLE, PUMP
A bottle that is fitted with a pumping mechanism for the administration of drug product.
  • BOTTLE, SPRAY
A bottle that is fitted with an atomizer or a device which produces finely divided liquid carried by air.
  • BOTTLE, UNIT-DOSE
A bottle that contains a single whole dose of a non-parenteral drug product.


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