The UK DHSC has issued an alert that phenytoin sodium 100mg capsules made by Accord will be out of stock until May.
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Research has found that last year, the UK government recorded 178 medicine shortages, an increase of 19 upon 2018.
The European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) has said that medicine shortages may negatively impact patient care and deserves serious action.
The report reveals practical regulatory reforms that could move the globe closer to the UN’s goal of achieving universal health coverage by 2030.
Jasper Ojela, a registered pharmacist who admitted to supplying the black market with drugs including cancer medications, has been given a 28-month prison sentence.
A study has revealed that in 2018, almost half of the spending on brand medicines went to the supply chain and other entities in the US.
Price caps and government regulations will not lower US healthcare costs, instead supply chain and drug pricing reforms are required, says a brief by medical economist.
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Drones that transport medicines to emergency situations, urban environments or geographically-challenging locations are increasingly being utilised to improve delivery, however, there are few studies on their impact on drug stability. Here, Paul Royall and Patrick Courtney explore the implications of drone delivery on the safety and quality of medicines.