A Study On Anti-Diabetic Drug Delivery From Pharmacies
During 2004-2006 anti-diabetic drug delivery was done through centralized procedure, national auction just through hospital pharmacies. Starting with October 1st, 2006, their delivery has decentralized through community pharmacies. The present study was carried out through 100 questionnaires in pharmacies in 6 counties from the North-Western part of Romania. The study shows that both urban and rural pharmacies delivery both oral anti-diabetic drugs and insulin’s. Aspects such as: preferred distributors, time of delivery, the most requested products, collaboration between physicians and pharmacists, pharmacists’ grievances, communication with patients etc have been identified.
Volume (Year): (2009)
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