The formulary system in palliative and hospice medicine in ukraine: conceptual approach to the formation of the first State formulary including opioid analgetics
In the article the conceptual approach to the formation in Ukraine of the first State Formulary of medicines (2009) assigned for applying in palliative and hospice medicine is considered. The list of appropriate narcotic (opioid) analgetics is presented.
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