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Dosage form -Contaners(Mscellaneous)-Definitions

  • BOX
A square or rectangular vessel, usually made of cardboard or plastic.
  • BOX, UNIT-DOSE
A box that contains a single dose of a non-parenteral drug product. [Note: Boxes that contain 100 unit dose blister packs should be classified under blister pack, since this is the immediate container into which the dosage form is placed.

  • CUP
A bowl-shaped container.
  • CUP, UNIT-DOSE
A cup intended to hold a single dose of a non-parenteral drug product.
·        PACKAGE
The drug product container with any accompanying materials or components. This may include the protective packaging, labeling, administration devices, etc.
  • PACKAGE, COMBINATION
A package in which two or more drug products that are normally available separately are now available together.
PACKING
  • A material, usually covered by or impregnated with a drug, that is inserted into a body cavity or between the tooth enamel and the gingival margin.
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