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The modern medicine is an extremely effective practice, as it produces much faster results than its traditional alternative. This kind of medicine is widely used for treatment of traumas such as severe injuries people get as a result of accidents. The major goal of the modern medicine is to remove all the disease symptoms and restore patients’ comfort. In such a way, people can return to their normal lives. In the modern medicine, doctors use advanced equipment to set an accurate diagnosis and provide effective treatment. Patients can even undergo it at home at once or in some time after staying at hospital.
Pharmaceutical drugs are used to treat different types of diseases. They include allergy, cough, heart attack, headache, diabetes, cancer, fever, HIV, tuberculosis, depression, and others. Pharmaceuticals can also relieve acute pain arising from the mentioned ailments and prevent a lot of new illnesses. According to the laws of most countries, these substances are generally divided into two categories. Medications of the first one are known as over-the-counter drugs and available without any restrictions. Substances of the second category are called prescription only medicines. It means people can buy them only if they show a written instruction issued by licensed medics.
When a doctor is going to prescribe medicaments for you, don’t forget to ask about the formats they are available in. If you choose the right format, it will be much easier to take them. Most medicaments come in various formats including liquids, tablets and capsules. Also known as mixtures or syrups, liquids are easily absorbed, and most of them contain no sugar or coloring agents. Tablets are solid yet soluble medicaments of round and oval shapes that can be dissolved in water. Capsules keep the ingredients in plastic shells easily dissoluble in the stomach. Some of them can be separated and mixed with food, while others must be swallowed without separation. There are also many other formats of medicaments, particularly inhalers, implants, drops, injections and others.