Pharmaceutical industry



The pharmaceutical industry is a chemical industry specialized in the pharmaceutical industry. It invents new medicines and sells them on the market and has the right to invent and create them, meaning that no other factory may produce a specific medicine except after the approval of the company that owns the invention.


The first pharmacy was established in the Middle Ages. The first Islamic pharmaceutical store was established in Baghdad in the year 754. Pharmaceutical factories produce medical medicines called generic medicines, which are medical medicines that have been used for a long time and for which the patent has expired. Thus, other factories can produce and sell them in the market without referring to the owner of the invention. They also create medicines. New products whose effectiveness usually exceeds the effect of usual medicines and for which the patent is reserved.


Among the medicines and treatment methods produced by the pharmaceutical industry:


Medications of both types: required to be prescribed by a doctor, or sold freely in the market


Some medical products do not belong to the pharmaceutical industry, such as ligands, esterification, artificial joints, etc

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