Make sure we get the medicine in a place where the quality is
guaranteed (original and efficacious medicine). The safest
places in Indonesia are Pharmacies and Pharmacy
Installations in hospitals. In addition to safer drugs, in that
place we also get detailed information about the drugs we
will consume from practicing pharmacists. To support getting
the best service, make sure the pharmacy is licensed and has
pharmacists who are ready to serve.
Make sure the drug is used correctly according to the
label stated or according to the instructions of the
doctor and pharmacist. If it's unclear, ask about the
drug, what are its properties, how to use it or side
Medication is taken with water (unless there are
other instructions such as sucking, chewing,
placing it under the tongue, or gargling), and for
those of you who cannot take tablets, pills or
capsules directly, you can use another method by
consuming bread or fruit together so that the
bitter taste of the drug can be overcome · Pay
attention to the time of taking according to what
is stated on the brochure or medicine packaging or
medicine label (before, together or after eating). If
you are taking syrup medicine, it is best to shake it
first and use a measuring spoon to make it easier
to take the medicine and for the correct dosage or
rules for taking medicine.
• Wash hands first then dry.
• Apply the drug thinly and
evenly on the affected part
according to the hours of use
1) Wash hands first.
2) Tilt your head to facilitate administration
of the drug.
3) Drop the medicine in the nostrils
(according to the instructions for use).
4) Hold your head position for a few minutes.
5) Do not use this medicine with more than
one person to avoid spreading infection.
1) Wash your hands first.
2) Tilt your head or lie down.
3) Pull the earlobe up and down (adults) or
towards the back (children), so that the ear
canal looks clear and straight.
4) Drop the medicine in your ear canal as
needed or as directed by the doctor and
leave it for about 3 minutes.
5) After use, dry the tip of the container
using a clean tissue.
Tablets, pills, capsules, powder
Examples of oral medicine
BREATHY is a nasal drop used to moisten
the nasal (nose) membranes that are dry
and inflamed due to colds, allergies, low
humidity, and other nasal irritations.
Examples of nasal drops
Ointments, creams, gels or
Examples of skin medication
OTOPAIN is a drug used to treat
inflammation of the ear caused by
bacteria. This drug contains the ingredient
lidocaine which functions to relieve pain
in the ear.
Examples of eardrops
In order for the drug to be used until its expiration date, we must store it
according to the proper storage instructions. Store in a place that is not
exposed to direct sunlight, dry and not damp. It should also be noted that the
storage area is far from the reach of children. Most drug packages include the
ideal storage conditions for each drug. Store the medicine according to the
original packaging and make sure the medicine is tightly closed to avoid
One of the things that people pay less attention to is the process of disposing
of expired drugs. The characteristics of an expired drug are that it has passed
its expiration date and the taste, smell and color of the drug have changed.
Expired drugs should not be disposed of carelessly because of the risk of being
misused or accidentally ingested by people. Therefore, the drug should be
opened first, then crushed and then thrown into the trash.
Before ending, let me say that we all have something in common.
You guys don't understand what I just presented and neither do I.
(Sebelum mengakhiri, izinkan aku mengatakan bahwa kita semua
memiliki kesamaan. Kalian tidak mengerti apa yang baru saja
kupresentasikan dan aku pun sama.)