6: A pharmacist checks the finished medicine.
The final inspection involves the pharmacist, confirming that the medication, strength, dose, and directions are each appropriate. They also confirm that the prescription was typed out correctly on the label, they check the weights that were printed by the technician, and they confirm that the correct flavors were used.
The pharmacist's final responsibility is to be sure the medicine fits the description of "pharmaceutically elegant." That's a pharmacist's way of saying, "Is it right?" They want to be sure the formula was successful, meaning the medicine isn't separated, clumpy, discolored, grainy, or anything less than exactly how it should be. When a medicine passes all of these inspections, it's ready for the patient.