Why do pharmacists cut medicines in a special way that name is not seenI have seen it many times and even yesterday when I was given medicine at a clinic it was so only.
The doctor prescribes medicines for two or three days. The in-house pharmacy dispenses the medicines. But the tablet strips are cut so cleverly in a very special way that we never get to read the name of the medicine.
Why do they do so? How can we know if a wrong medicine is given to us? This not only happens with the in-house pharmacy. But even with the medical shops if we buy it not as a full strip.