The label is used to identify your product's goals, categories, or content, and as early as the 1700s, Europe produced the first batch of labels used to identify drugs and fabrics as merchandise. Here, we focus on medical labels. The medical labels are divided into inner labels and outer labels. What are their contents?
Pharma label classification
First and foremost, we should know that labels medicine should be based on the instructions, and their contents shall not exceed the scope of the instructions. They shall not contain words and marks that imply therapeutic effects, mislead use, and inappropriately promote the product.
Inner labels of drugs
These contain the generic name of the drug, indications or main functions, specifications, usage and dosage, production date, product batch number, validity period, and manufacturer. If the packaging size is too small to include all of the above, at least the generic name, specifications, product batch number, and validity period should be indicated.
Outer labels of drugs
They should specify the generic name, composition, nature, indications or main functions, specifications, directions for use, adverse reactions, contraindications, precautions, storage, production date, product batch number, validity period, approval number, and manufacturer. If indications or main functions, dosage and usage, adverse reactions, contraindications, and precautions cannot be fully specified, the pharma label should outline the main content and indicate "see instructions".
Contents marked on the transport, storage, packaging, and raw medical labels
The packaging label used for transport and storage should indicate at least the generic name of the drug, specifications, storage, production date, product batch number, validity period, approval number, and manufacturer, and as needed, necessary contents such as packaging quantity, transportation precautions, or other marks can also be added. The pharma label of raw medicines should indicate the drug name, storage, production date, product batch number, validity period, execution standard, approval number, and manufacturer, as well as packaging quantity and necessary contents such as transportation precautions.
Regulations concerning the labels of the same drug by the same drug manufacturer
For drugs with the same specifications and packaging specifications produced by the same drug manufacturer, the contents, format, and color of the pharma label must be consistent. For drugs with different specifications or packaging specifications, their labels should be obviously distinguished or the specifications should be clearly marked. The packaging colors of prescription drugs and non-prescription drugs produced by the same drug manufacturer should be clearly distinguished.
Pharmaceutical Packaging Material
- Pharmaceutical Packaging Aluminum Foil
- Pharmaceutical Flip Off Seal Vial Cap
Pharmaceutical Vial & Bottles
- Cobalt Blue Glass Jar
- Borosilicate Glass Ampoule
- Cream Glass Bottle
- Amber Glass Dropper Bottle
- Glass Cosmetics Bottles
- Medium Borosilicate Glass Infusion Bottle
- Sodium Calcium Glass Mold Pharmaceutical Bottle (Boston Bottle Type)
- Sodium Calcium Glass Tubular Injection Bottle
- Perfume Bottles
- Injection Vials
- Pharmaceutical Rubber Stopper
- Pharmaceutical Label