Forensic and pharmaceutical monitoring of the spread of health problems between women with drug addiction

  • V.A. Petrenko -
  • V.A. Shapovalova -
  • V.Yu. Koneva -
  • I.V. Linsky -
Keywords: forensic pharmacy, addiction, women, drug addiction

Abstract

Based on analysis of examples of forensic and pharmacy practice found that women with drug addiction pose a danger to others, particularly their children, causing an increase in crime and the prevalence of related health problems. According to the results of forensic and pharmaceutical monitoring revealed that the presence of the relatives of the I and II degree relatives of mental disorders, behavior, nervous and urogenital systems may indicate the propensity of women to the disease profile of substance abuse. Timely identification of women with a predisposition to addiction, will apply effective measures for health-pharmaceutical prevention, prevention and counteraction to the prevalence of addictive disorders health among this population.

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Published
2019-07-01
How to Cite
Petrenko, V., Shapovalova, V., Koneva, V., & Linsky, I. (2019). Forensic and pharmaceutical monitoring of the spread of health problems between women with drug addiction. Farmatsevtychnyi Zhurnal, (4), 35-38. Retrieved from https://pharmj.org.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/629
Section
Legal support of pharmaceutical activity

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