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It is one that contains the same active ingredient, in the same dose and pharmaceutical form, is administered by the same route and with the same dosage and therapeutic indication of the reference drug, presenting efficacy and safety equivalent to that of the reference drug and, with this, can be interchangeable.

Interchangeability, that is, the safe replacement of the reference drug by its generic, is ensured by therapeutic equivalence tests, which include in vitro comparison, through pharmaceutical equivalence studies and in vivo, with bioequivalence studies submitted to the National Agency of Health Surveillance.

Generic drugs can be identified by the yellow stripe that reads "Medicamento Genérico". In addition, the phrase “Generic Medicine Law nº 9.787/99” must appear on the package. As generics are not branded, what you read on the package is the active ingredient of the drug.

It is one that contains the same active ingredient, in the same dose and pharmaceutical form, is administered by the same route and with the same dosage and therapeutic indication of the reference drug, presenting efficacy and safety equivalent to that of the reference drug and, with this, can be interchangeable.

Interchangeability, that is, the safe replacement of the reference drug by its generic, is ensured by therapeutic equivalence tests, which include in vitro comparison, through pharmaceutical equivalence studies and in vivo, with bioequivalence studies submitted to the National Agency of Health Surveillance.

Generic drugs can be identified by the yellow stripe that reads "Medicamento Genérico". In addition, the phrase “Generic Medicine Law nº 9.787/99” must appear on the package. As generics are not branded, what you read on the package is the active ingredient of the drug.

It is one that contains the same active ingredient, in the same dose and pharmaceutical form, is administered by the same route and with the same dosage and therapeutic indication of the reference drug, presenting efficacy and safety equivalent to that of the reference drug and, with this, can be interchangeable.

Interchangeability, that is, the safe replacement of the reference drug by its generic, is ensured by therapeutic equivalence tests, which include in vitro comparison, through pharmaceutical equivalence studies and in vivo, with bioequivalence studies submitted to the National Agency of Health Surveillance.

Generic drugs can be identified by the yellow stripe that reads "Medicamento Genérico". In addition, the phrase “Generic Medicine Law nº 9.787/99” must appear on the package. As generics are not branded, what you read on the package is the active ingredient of the drug.

It is one that contains the same active ingredient, in the same dose and pharmaceutical form, is administered by the same route and with the same dosage and therapeutic indication of the reference drug, presenting efficacy and safety equivalent to that of the reference drug and, with this, can be interchangeable.

Interchangeability, that is, the safe replacement of the reference drug by its generic, is ensured by therapeutic equivalence tests, which include in vitro comparison, through pharmaceutical equivalence studies and in vivo, with bioequivalence studies submitted to the National Agency of Health Surveillance.

Generic drugs can be identified by the yellow stripe that reads "Medicamento Genérico". In addition, the phrase “Generic Medicine Law nº 9.787/99” must appear on the package. As generics are not branded, what you read on the package is the active ingredient of the drug.

It is one that contains the same active ingredient, in the same dose and pharmaceutical form, is administered by the same route and with the same dosage and therapeutic indication of the reference drug, presenting efficacy and safety equivalent to that of the reference drug and, with this, can be interchangeable.

Interchangeability, that is, the safe replacement of the reference drug by its generic, is ensured by therapeutic equivalence tests, which include in vitro comparison, through pharmaceutical equivalence studies and in vivo, with bioequivalence studies submitted to the National Agency of Health Surveillance.

Generic drugs can be identified by the yellow stripe that reads "Medicamento Genérico". In addition, the phrase “Generic Medicine Law nº 9.787/99” must appear on the package. As generics are not branded, what you read on the package is the active ingredient of the drug.

It is one that contains the same active ingredient, in the same dose and pharmaceutical form, is administered by the same route and with the same dosage and therapeutic indication of the reference drug, presenting efficacy and safety equivalent to that of the reference drug and, with this, can be interchangeable.

Interchangeability, that is, the safe replacement of the reference drug by its generic, is ensured by therapeutic equivalence tests, which include in vitro comparison, through pharmaceutical equivalence studies and in vivo, with bioequivalence studies submitted to the National Agency of Health Surveillance.

Generic drugs can be identified by the yellow stripe that reads "Medicamento Genérico". In addition, the phrase “Generic Medicine Law nº 9.787/99” must appear on the package. As generics are not branded, what you read on the package is the active ingredient of the drug.

Source: Anvisa,2021