Opioids (painkillers), depressants and stimulants Medication:
Opioids (painkillers), depressants and stimulants Medications are three of the most common types of prescription drugs that are abused. Some of the most popular opioids include drugs like oxycodone, morphine and fentanyl. Popular depressants include Xanax, Valium and Ambien. For stimulants, you may have heard of drugs such as Adderall and Ritalin – some of the most widely used drugs and other used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and certain sleep disorders.
Pharmaceuticals / Chemicals
In the pharmaceuticals/chemicals industry, safety and quality always have top priority. Marking systems are manufactured in our pharma-suitable production facilities, which meet the most demanding requirements and comply with all quality regulations and the industry’s strict standards. This is guaranteed by our complete, extremely efficient quality management system. Naturally, device qualification and documentation according to DQ, IQ, OQ, PQ and MQ, as well as system validation according to GAMP apply here.
Anti-wrinkleThe anti-ageing properties of the Botulinum toxin sold as (Botox, Dysport, Xeomin, Jeuveau, Botulax, and Neuronox) are likely behind many a well-preserved face in Hollywood, and can be found closer to home, too. When injected, Botox relaxes muscles, preventing skin from creasing and causing wrinkles. It’s effective for “expression lines”, such as frown and surprise lines on the forehead and crow’s feet around the eyes, and “turkey neck” – lines on the throat. Fillers rather than just smoothing or tightening skin, an injectable filler aims to change the facial profile to a more youthful one. The injection of filler materials under the skin can fill in deep folds, such as nasolabial folds (also called “bracket lines”, running from the corner of the nose to the corner of the mouth), create fuller lips and pad out hollow cheeks and eyes. Collagen used to be the standard filler, but now hyaluronic acid with brand names like Restylane is more popular.Fillers are having what we like to call a mo-ment. Injectables are conquering new anatomical territory every week — from nipples to ear lobes — so it was only a matter of time before they hit the, er, booty. Here’s what you need to know about the non-surgical butt-lift.Given the number of injectables filling up our social media feeds, it’s no surprise the 2016 Plastic Surgery Statistics Report from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) lists a steady increase in the use of syringes filled with plumping formulas. Now, plastic surgeons are noting an increase in the use of Sculptra — a poly-L-lactic acid that plumps by stimulating your body’s own collagen production — as an alternative to surgical butt-lifts.