PREPARATION OF MEDICINAL PRODUCTS IN PHARMACIES OF UKRAINE
Preparation of medicinal products according to individual prescriptions in pharmacies is an important component of the pharmaceutical supply of the population. An analysis of the world practice shows that in most foreign countries preparation of medicinal products in pharmacies exists. The study of the state of pharmacy drug manufacturing in Ukraine indicates a decrease in the level of extemporaneous drugs in pharmacies. Over the past 15 years the number of producing pharmacies in Ukraine has decreased more than threefold. But the need of extemporaneous drugs despite the wide range of medicines of industrial production is still relevant, because the preparation of medicinal drugs in pharmacies individual pharmacotherapy of patients, in addition, for some vital drugs there are no analogues in the range of medicines of industrial production. Of course, preparation of medicinal drugs in pharmacies can not replace industrial production, however, pharmacotherapeutic and pharmacoeconomic benefits are significant arguments in favor of the drug technology according to the prescriptions of doctors. Today in Ukraine the number of producing pharmacies does not exceed 1.8 % of the total number of pharmacies. Factors that negatively affect the development of pharmacy manufacturing in Ukraine have been identified. The assortment of extemporaneous drugs in the context of their pharmacological orientation and form of release is described. According to the results of the study, there were proposed the ways for further development and optimization of drug production in pharmacies of Ukraine.
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