Pharmacotherapy of Systemic Vasculitis Combined with Cryoglobulinemic Syndrome Using Pharmacoeconomic Approaches
Global Journal of Health Science, 2021, vol. 13, issue 7, 78
BACKGROUND- It was substantiated the relevance and necessity of the chosen research topic as a result of a review of the scientific literature on the epidemiology and pharmacotherapy of patients with systemic vasculitis associated with cryoglobulinemic syndrome. OBJECTIVE- In this study were selected drugs that have the diagnostic ATC-code J05 Antiviral agents for systemic use; J05A Antivirals of direct action; J05AB01 antiviral agents for systemic use according to INN Aciclovir. METHODS- This study is based on pharmacoeconomic, organizational and legal, forensic and pharmaceutical approaches to pharmacotherapy with using literature review. Experimental data were processed on the basis of the Department of Internal Medicine of the Lviv Medical Institute and the Department of Medical and Pharmaceutical Law, General and Clinical Pharmacy of the Kharkiv Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education. RESULTS- Clinical and pharmacological analysis of basic therapy of systemic vasculitis was performed. Pharmacoeconomic studies have been conducted. According to the results of ABC analysis, drugs according to INN Aciclovir ATC-code J05AB01 for pharmacotherapy of patients with systemic vasculitis combined with cryoglobulinemic syndrome were distributed in descending order of value. According to the results of VEN-analysis, it is estimated that category V drugs accounted for the largest number of prescriptions and the cost of therapy (100%). CONCLUSION- This study provide an opportunity to make administrative and managerial decisions in determining the pharmacotherapy of patients with systemic vasculitis combined with cryoglobulinemic syndrome to improve the use of drugs in hospitals.
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