Bioequivalent allowed indicator
Identifying and definitional attributes
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Commonwealth Department of Health, Retired 19/10/2023
An indicator of whether a bioequivalent brand of a medicinal product is allowed to be substituted for the prescribed brand of medicinal product.
Two formulations of the same drug are considered to be bioequivalent if they attain similar concentrations in blood and tissues at similar times with no clinically important differences between their therapeutic or adverse effects.
The concept of bioequivalence is fundamental to the use of generic medicinal products.
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Source and reference attributes
Department of Health
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