Hospitals & Asylums
The New Year is here. The economic recession however lingers on charity. Economic research was received with extraordinary maleficence in 2010 but both the federal budget and world atlas have been balanced for the next five years. My Gulf Oil Spill settlement brought in $20 billion the first and same day I was civilly evicted for cleaning up years of trash before they (people inferior to the U.S. Supreme Court) breeched the lease and extorted the updated atlas and files, embezzling $6 billion from CMS to bribe Customs $600 million, retiring the OMB Director, causing a summer long slump. I fell in with the FDA and started smoking pipe tobacco to afford a pack of 20 antibiotics for ten days habit. The multibillion Rx to OTC antibiotics course we came up with is not only the best medicine in the United States but the safest and most effective economic development program to sustain full employment and price stability against big medical bills in an extremely septic society. Chemical weapons have gone out of style but there is a steady supply of zombie health care workers, Streppers, with no vaccine and no access to antibiotics, to infect the wounded. Neither employees nor employers are fond of spreading respiratory infections to the public, nor of going to the clinic or ER to be denied antibiotics and then be b(k)illed with a sneeze, so labor languishes and the disability rolls swell with the newly allowed cardiovascular diseases, as I have demanded for two years. It remains to be seen if the generic marketers of drugs whose patents have expired, will have more sympathy for copyright than the federal government that uniquely does not own the copyright of government works to focus on doing justice without briefs, or Microsoft who makes their extravagant wealth by charging the authors they infringe on for their philanthropy, for useful programs and functions that used to be included in manufacturer installations. On the bright side, both the FDA and FTC have been responsible by email in 2010. Perhaps the fascist corporate subsidies served to reaffirm the morality of market regulation - goods only. So I resolve to serve the liberal cause of Rx to OTC antibiotics and put socialism on hold.
Ampicillin 500 mg Rx to OTC Monograph HA-1-1-11
Rx to Over-the-counter Ampicillin course. Sponsors permitted by U.S. Food and Drug Administration Drug Information Division. Sidebar 1: Contents: 2 sealed packages of 10 capsules Ampicillin 500 mg Active: Ampicillin trihydrate of penicillin nucleus and 3 H2O Inactive: black iron oxide, gelatin, FD&C Blue #1, Red #3, Red #40, lactose monohydrate, silica gel and titanium dioxide. Sidebar 2: Store capsules in sealed container at 15–30°C (60-85°F) up to 24 months from manufacture. Take for endocarditis, meningitis, respiratory infection, pertussis, septicemia, urinary tract, typhoid, salmonella and shigella infections. Consult a professional. Front: Ampicillin 500 mg adult dose. Broad spectrum antibiotics. U.S. FDA Rx to OTC Course $20. Take on twice a day for 10 days. Effective against many Schizomycetes infections including Strep infections dangerous to human life, S. pneumonia, clinical S. pyogenes, S. agalactiae (rheumatic heart disease), and nosocomial S. facecalis and S. sanguis (6 week endocarditis untreated); for which there is no vaccine. Side effect: antibiotic associated colitis; take metronidazole for gastroenteritis. Back: Only clean water and sanitation have extended human life expectancy longer than antibiotics. This makes antibiotics the best medicine of the 20th century. Distributed Over-the-counter under 21CFR§330.10 by permission of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Division of Drug Information email@example.com
Best Medicine in the United States: FDA Sponsored Rx to OTC Antibiotics Course HA-28-12-10
Summary of Correspondence with the FDA in Pursuit of Ampicillin: Thanksgiving – Christmas Eve 2010. Resolving to purchase Indian metronidazole and draft OTC monographs for ampicillin, erythromycin and metronidazole as well as Nicotiana tabacum and smoking substitutes Datura stramonium (Jimson weed), D. metel and D. fastuosa for the relief of asthma and Verbascum Thapsus (mullein) for pulmonary ailments. For those who don’t want to peruse all these records on Wednesday December 22, 2010 the Division of Drug Information D202D responded under 21 CFR 10.85(k) subject RE: I need a refillable prescription for Ampicillin 500mg 2x day for 10 days now!!! Dear Anthony: Thank you for your message to the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER), one of the seven centers within the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). I am having a hard time understanding why you are having problems receiving antibiotics for your condition. As you are aware, oral antibiotics must be obtained via a written prescription from your doctor. Oral antibiotic drugs are required to be marketed as prescription because they are intended to prevent, treat, or cure a serious disease that requires diagnosis and treatment by a physician and/or are drugs that are not safe for use except under the supervision of a practitioner licensed by law to administer them. Some products after being marketed as prescription for several years do show a margin of safety that they can be marketed OTC. However, any change in the marketing status from prescription to OTC would have to be initiated from the drug's sponsor as we cannot force companies to switch their products from RX to OTC. The United States is a multibillion pharmaceutical market. The FDA has very generously offered to open their domestic markets to safe and effective generic OTC antibiotics. This FDA sponsored Rx to OTC antibiotics trial is the most promising opportunity I am aware of in this chronically sick global economy. Now that I am nearly healthy I intend to write the monographs. I hope the manufacturers of generic drugs will respect copyright as much as I respect import substitution to develop an informative marketing strategy and sustainable supply chain for OTC antibiotics. At this time I am asking only a lifetime supply of 1,000 capsules of each drug, but in the future you might want to tell the world that in all Hospitals & Asylums (HA) the best medicine is antibiotics.