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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.

Advantages:
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
www.salud.gob.mx