Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Fun with pharmaceutical brand names

I like it when medications sound like what they are. Cuts down on confusion. The names are catchy, easy to remember, and make our medicine cabinets safer places.

For example: Flonase. Just by taking a look at the label, you can guess that you are dealing with a product that restores normal nasal function and, perhaps, nasal flo?




Then there's Herpicin. This product is medicine for your icky little herpes vesicles. Nice.


Should be pretty easy to avoid confusion regarding the use of Anusol. (Which is -- by the way -- easily the funniest sounding medicine I can think of.)
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HOWEVER. I do take exception with Boniva -- which is not, I REPEAT, is not a medication for E.D. Make a note of it.


1 comments:

Harvey said...

The swallows return to Capistrano. Fall leaves turn. Summer Monarchs lay siege to the Southwest. No less certain is the inexorable return of the corporate phalluses to these pages. Corporate phallus! I bid thee welcome.