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ZNAGOVAN, Alexandru; GOGU, Vladislav; FETMAN, Margarita; CAISIM, Tatiana. Modern industrial pharmaceutical forms used in dermatological practice in the Republic of Moldova. In: Moldovan Medical Journal. 2020, nr. 6(63), pp. 16-20. ISSN 2537-6373.
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|Numărul 6(63) / 2020 / ISSN 2537-6373 /ISSNe 2537-6381|
Background: Fighting skin diseases is a strict medical, as well as socio-economic issue for the Republic of Moldova, since they may have an aesthetic and psychological impact. The author of this scientific article presented an analysis of the pharmaceutical preparations and their forms used in the treatment of dermatological diseases based on those recorded in the State Nomenclature of the Republic of Moldova according to Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical classification, dose, division, manufacturing country and industrial pharmaceutical company, producer price, and terms of validity. Material and methods: This research paper is based on the literature and 400 clinical documents, State Nomenclature of the Republic of Moldova, the result analysis of dermatological drug manufacturers and producers, the shelf life declared by the manufacturer, etc. Results: From a total of 10924 preparations registered in the Republic of Moldova on 14.04.2017 – 526 were preparations used in dermatological practice. The top of pharmaceutical forms used in dermatological practice and registered in the Republic of Moldova were the ointments – 274 (52.09%) and solutions for external use – 162 (30.80%). Of the 27 producing countries, the most pharmaceutical preparations, registered in the Republic of Moldova, 212 preparations (40.30%) were of domestic origin, which also had the lowest price. The leader was Farmaprim SRL with 46 registered preparations. The shelf life of most dermatological preparations – 505 (96%), registered in the Republic of Moldova was at least 24 months – a parameter-guarantor of quality. Conclusions: The share of preparations used in dermatological practice in the Republic of Moldova was 4.82%, of which pharmaceutical external forms accounted for over 80%. Most preparations registered and used in the dermatological practice in the Republic of Moldova were of local origin, which are qualitative, as well as the most accessible.
pharmaceutical forms, dermatology diseases, preparations, Dose, accessibility