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Identification Number Pill Tablet

Have you found an identification number on a pill tablet? Are you unsure what the drug might be and where it has come from? DrugID could be the answer to all your worries. It is a website dedicated to providing comprehensive information about pills simply by inputting some information about their physical details. The pharmaceutical companies that produce the various pills available on the market use a system whereby each pill is given a unique symbol etched onto the pill surface which can be used to identify exactly what the pill is, how it is used, and where it may have been manufactured. There are so many prescription and illegal drugs available on the market today that it can sometimes be difficult to distinguish which pills are genuine, which are illegal, and indeed what the pills might be prescribed for. The danger of taking unidentified pills lies in their different dosages. Taking pills not prescribed for you can be detrimental to your health.

With pills prescribed for basically any ailment, pills can be found in nearly every American home. Whether they are bought over the counter, prescribed, or even obtained illegally, there is a risk involved in keeping them in the household. There is a chance that the pills might have been kept so long that you can no longer work out the details of the prescription on the box. Some people may transfer pills into old pill boxes and then forget or be unable to tell what the pills were originally prescribed for. There are incidences at schools where pills are found either on the student’s person or in their belongings and the school needs to be able to identify whether the pill is actually prescribed or illegal in order to determine whether the student should be handed over to the police or suspended. The identification number on the pill tablet is unique and will allow a pharmacist or other professional to identify what the pill is and how it is used.

www.drugid.info makes the identification of pills possible in as little time and with the least fuss possible. The process is simple and efficient. Once the user has logged onto the site, he or she is asked to input information about the pill’s form, color, shape, dosage, or scoring and the exact identification of the pill is then determined. Not only is the generic or brand name of the pill identified but other important information is also provided, including the national drug code, details about which company markets the drug, the drug’s legal status, as well as some examples of its common uses. In cases where the identification number of the pill tablet and its uses might be vital evidence in court, the site also provides a downloadable document signed by an expert witness that can be used. This is useful in drug cases for schools that have zero tolerance policies.

The identification number of a pill tablet is extremely important when determining a pill’s origin and medical purpose. Whether the pills are found in medicine cabinets, in old pill boxes, or in closet drawers at home, it is vital that the drug be identified correctly and that the pill box either be marked properly or if illegal, the pills be destroyed immediately or handed in to the proper authorities. Illegal drug use is rife today and it is highly important that people who are parents and ordinary citizens are as informed as possible. The DrugID website has proved a most useful and valuable service, used by law enforcement officers, pharmacists, schools, and ordinary people alike.


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