How to understand the difference between real and fake Remedisvir injection? The business of both these counterfeit medicines is growing rapidly in the market. In the past few days, in UP and MP, some people were caught selling counterfeit drugs, so you also know how to identify real remedial injections to be applied to serious patients suffering from the corona. To explain the difference between real and fake Remedisvir injections, IPS officer Monica Bhardwaj tweeted and explained to people how to understand the difference between the two. For this, he mentioned 9 points. If you understand them, you will be able to understand that the medicine is real or fake as soon as you see the packet. Let us know how to find the difference between the two.
Remedy’s culture increased black marketing
Due to this drug being given out of stock to Corona patients from many hospitals, some people have started black marketing of this injection. People are selling counterfeit medicines, taking advantage of the short supply of remedies. People who need medicine buy fake medicine at a high price but it does not affect the body of the patient. There are some major differences in the packets of genuine and fake Remedisvir injections, which will be easily understood if you pay attention.
- 1. Rx must be written before drug name
If you notice the name of the medicine, Rx is written just before the name and it is the identity of the real injection, whereas, on the packet of the fake injection, you will not see Rx written before the name of the medicine.
- 2. V should be greater in ‘100 mg / Vial’.
The second difference is that the third line of the original packet has 100 mg / Vial written while the counterfeit drug has 100 mg/vial written on it. In fake packets, v is not in the capital letter, meaning v is small while it must be large.
3. V should be larger in ‘Vial’
The third difference is that Vial is written in real medicine, in this also V is in the capital, whereas vial is written on the packet of fake medicine. From this, you understand that the medicine is fake.
4. F must be greater in ‘For use in’
For real Remediation injections, For use, it is written while the fake injection is also a capitalization error. That is for use in writing. If the letter f is short, it means the medicine packet is fake.
5. The color of the warning label should be red
The warning label written on the back of the original remedial injection is red, while the fake label’s warning label is black.
6. Company name should be below the warning label
In the main information given just below the warning label, the name of the company is given, whereas the name of the company is not given in the fake packet. “Cover [brand name] is manufactured under the license from Gilead Sciences, Inc.” This line will only be found in real injections.
7. I should be bigger in ‘India’ on the packet.
India is written on the packet of the original injection, whereas the I of India is smaller than the larger on the fake packet, so you understand that the packet is fake. In real medicine, I will be big.
8. The correct spelling of Telangana should be Telangana
Telangana will have the correct spelling of Telangana on the packaging of the Remediary while Telangana is written on counterfeit medicine. Therefore, to understand the difference between real and fake, you should consider spelling.
9. There should not be a gap just above ‘COVIFOR’
Look at the packaging of the ramdesvir just above where COVIFOR is written so that there is no gap. There is no gap before this word on the packaging of the real medicine whereas the gap on the packaging of the fake medicine has been made immediately before this word.