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Generic drugs are those drugs that through bioavailability and bioequivalence studies have shown before the Government Regulations that:

-The active ingredient
-The therapeutic ingredient
-The dissolution or bioavailability profiles
-The well-being and relief effects produced

Are identical to those from the first product which was registered with those ingredients.

Obtaining the drugs with the same quality and effects as those from the commercial brand, with the benefit of obtaining them at a lower price.

When can you buy Generic Drugs?
•When the doctor's prescription indicates the generic name or the active ingredient and does not specify a commercial brand name.
•When the drug that must be obtained, is included in the Government Institutions Catalog.

Information provided by Government Regulations