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Prescription Medicine


As per available reports about 65relevant journals, 159 Conferences, 395 workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to Prescription Medicine and about 5000 articles are being published on Prescription Medicine.

A prescription is a pharmaceutical drug that legally requires a medical prescription to be dispensed. In contrast, over can be obtained without a prescription. A skilled practitioner might be a physician, dentist, nurse practitioner, pharmacist, psychologist, or other health care providers. Prescriptions may include orders to be conducted by a patient, care giver, nurse, pharmacist, physician, other therapist, or by computerized apparatus, such as an intravenous infusion pump. 

In some authorities the preprinted prescription contains two signature lines: one line has "dispense as written" printed beneath; the other line has "substitution permitted" beneath. Some have a preprinted box "dispense as written" for the prescriber to make sure off. Other jurisdictions the etiquette is for the prescriber to handwrite one of the following phrases: "dispense as written". In other jurisdictions they may use completely unlike languages, never mind a different method of words. In some authorities, it may be a permitted requirement to include the age of child on the prescription. For pediatric prescriptions some advise the insertion of the age of the child if the patient is less than twelve and the age and months if less than five. Adding the weight of the child is also helpful. 
Formerly, prescriptions often included detailed information regarding compounding of tablets but as medications have increasingly become pre-packaged feigned products, the term "prescription" now usually refers to an order that a pharmacist distribute and that a patient take certain medications. Prescriptions have legal connotations, as they may designate that the prescriber takes accountability for the clinical care of the patient and in exacting for supervise efficacy and safety. As medical practice has become increasingly complex, the compass of meaning of the term "prescription" has broadened to also include clinical assessments, laboratory tests, and imaging studies relevant to optimizing the safety or efficacy of medical treatment. 
Prescriptions often have a "marker" box. When ensured, the pharmacist is instructed to label the medication. When not definite, the patient only receives instructions for taking the medication and no in sequence about the prescription itself.

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Scope and Importance:

Medicines should be prescribed only when they are necessary for treatments following clear diagnosis. Not all patients or conditions need prescriptions for medicines. In certain conditions simple advice and general measures may be more suitable. For a patient to consistently adhere to long term pharmacotherapy requires integration of the regimen into his or her daily life style. Contemporary medicine applies genetics, biomedical research, medical technology and biomedical sciences, for diagnosing, treating, and preventing injury and disease through medication or surgery. Potentially toxic drugs, drugs with narrow therapeutic indices and those with variable pharmacokinetics should be monitored regularly to optimize dosing, obtain maximum therapeutic effect, limit toxicity and assess compliance.

Market Analysis:

Health spending nationwide was projected to have reached $3.1 trillion last year, a 5.5 percent increase over 2013. It marked the first time since 2007 that the rate of increase exceeded 5 percent. Budget analysts attribute the growth in part to the development of new medications, which caused a 12.6 percent increase in prescription drug spending – significantly higher than the 2.5 percent growth seen in 2013. The sharp rise came after years in which the shift from brand-name medications to less expensive generic drugs had driven rates lower. Four of the costly new drugs that reached the market in 2014 – including Sovaldi, which runs $1,000 a pill, or $84,000 for a typical 12-week course of treatment – received approval from the FDA for the treatment of hepatitis C, a disease of the liver that can require a transplant if it turns into a chronic infection. Drugs to treat cancer and multiple sclerosis had a smaller impact.

International symposium and workshops

  • Critical Care Medicine Board Review 2014
  • Current Topics in Healthcare: Series XIX - Las Vegas
  • Symposia on Cancer Research 2014
  • Female Cancer Research & Drug Discovery
  • Male Cancer Research & Drug Discovery
  • 9th Annual New York Lung Cancer Symposium
  • 7th International Workshop on Clinical Pharmacology of Tuberculosis Drugs

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Relevant Society and Associations

  • Venezuelan Society of Pharmacology
  • Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
  • Pharmacology Society of Malta
  • Russian Scientific Society of Pharmacology
  • Israel Society for Physiology and pharmacology
  • International Society of Immunopharmacology
  • Estonian Society of Pharmacology
  • Bulgarian Pharmacological Society
  • Armenian Pharmacological Society
  • American Board of Clinical Pharmacology
  • American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology
  • Austrian Pharmacological Society
  • Chinese Pharmacological Society
  • British Pharmacological Society
  • Association for Human Pharmacology in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Companies

  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Novartis
  • Roche
  • Pfizer
  • Sanofi
  • GlaxoSmithKline Merck
  • Bayer HealthCare
  • AstraZeneca
  • Eli Lill
  • Merck and Co.

 

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This page was last updated on 12th Sep, 2015

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