Medical and pharmaceutical law: application of analgesic drugs as part of the formulary system of Ukraine

  • V. V. Shapovalov Kharkov Medical Academy of Post-graduate Education
  • O. A. Ryschenko Kharkov Medical Academy of Post-graduate Education
  • V. V. Shapovalov Healthcare Department of Kharkiv regional state administration
  • V. A. Shapovalova Kharkov Medical Academy of Post-graduate Education
  • O. V. Rogozhnikova Healthcare Department of Kharkiv regional state administration
Keywords: medical and pharmaceutical law, formulary system, analgesic drugs, clinical and pharmacology groups

Abstract

The article presents the results of the research of areas of medical and pharmaceutical use of analgesic drugs within the formulary system of Ukraine on the principles of medical and pharmaceutical law.The aim of the research was to identify areas of medical and pharmaceutical use of drugs from the group "Analgesic drugs" within the formulary system by examining their presence in the lists of the State drug formulary of the 5th issue (SDF 5) concerning the provision of appropriate medical and pharmaceutical care to patients with various health disorders on the principles of medical and pharmaceutical law.The material of the research were the lists of drugs in SDF 5. Studied and systematized 20 sections of medicine lists and appendix 8 of the SDF 5, 14 clinical and pharmacological groups of drugs. During the research was used documentary, spreadsheet, normative, legal, forensic, and pharmaceutical methods of analysis. Areas of medical and pharmaceutical use of analgesic drugs studied in accordance with their classification, in which two groups of "analgesics (narcotic and non-narcotic)" and "anti-inflammatory and antirheumatic drugs".The study found that analgesic drugs can be used to relieve pain in patients with various diseases, namely, cardiology, urology, andrology, sexual pathology, nephrology, endocrinology, ophthalmology, rheumatology, anesthesia and during resuscitative measures, the provision of psychiatric and drug treatment for pain in malignant tumors, as well as for palliative and hospice medical and pharmaceutical care.The study showed that, depending on the clinical and pharmacological characteristic analgesic drugs have different areas of medical and pharmaceutical applications. Thus, for the narcotic analgesics are characteristic of the following areas: cardiology, anesthesiology and critical care medicine, psychiatry, drug and alcohol abuse; rheumatology; pain of malignancy; urology, andrology, sexual pathology, nephrology. For non-narcotic analgesics characterized by the following medical and pharmaceutical applications: psychiatry and addiction, neurology, endocrinology, rheumatology, urology, andrology, sexual pathology and nephrology. Anti-inflammatory and anti-rheumatic drugs within the formulary system used in the following areas of medical and pharmaceutical applications: neurology, endocrinology, rheumatology, anesthesiology, resuscitation that ophthalmology.

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Published
2019-02-12
How to Cite
Shapovalov, V. V., Ryschenko, O. A., Shapovalov, V. V., Shapovalova, V. A., & Rogozhnikova, O. V. (2019). Medical and pharmaceutical law: application of analgesic drugs as part of the formulary system of Ukraine. Farmatsevtychnyi Zhurnal, (3), 74-82. Retrieved from https://pharmj.org.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/291
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Trial Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Law