Each medicine has an approved name called the generic name. A group of medicine that have similar actions often have similar sounding generic names
What it is meant by the term approved is that something is allowed. Approved can mean that a person won't have a problem and lets you do what you ask.
There is a medication with the letters JX in the name but there is no meaning listed for a medical term JX. maybe indicate jaundice
"Dot" is "DOT" - Department of Transportation. So DOT Approved means "Approved by the Department of Transportation".
In medication terminology, it often means "urinate."
Claritin is a brand name for the medication loratadine. It is a second generation antihistamine.
does it mean that sewa is a name
Anything that bypasses the GI tract. Injections and Intravenous would be parenteal.
An antagonist counteracts another medication.
I think what you're referring to is a 'generic' product. Where it is a medication that performs exactly the same as a branded medicine.
it is a term used used to describe the treatments or drugs (medication) to stop blood forming clots.
It is the Brand Name of a Drug.