The degree of compliance, commitment and responsibility of pharmacists, physicians and patients to the maintenance of sanitary control and anti-epidemic, treatment in health care facilities and pharmacies and pharmacoeconomic grounds of expences. Report I

  • M.S. Ponomarenko -
  • G.V. Zagorij -
  • M.L. Syatynya -
  • I.V. Klymenko -
  • V.V. Trokchymchuk -
  • M.V. Bilous -
  • O.M. Bezugla -
Keywords: antiseptics, an allergy, oncology, a flu

Abstract

One of the world’s problems in the issue of reduction of high level of bacteremia, elimination of pathogens that further spread and aggravation of the epidemic, in particular, influenza — is a low level of compliance and conscious activity to the strict maintenance of sanitary control and anti-epidemic treatment. So far no researches on the effectiveness of protective bandages were conducted a few of professionals follow recommendations for hand disinfection, decontamination of breathing zones, pharmacists and doctors workplaces as well.

Compliance of the pharmacist or of the doctor, who champion health culture, and of the Health Care and Pharmacy organizers is not only a duty, but also the responsibility to society.

Together with scientists from Zaporozhye State Medical University it was proved that the use of low-quality disinfectants and incorrect use of disinfectants may lead to various allergic reactions of medi­cal stuff as well as of pharmacists. The statement was made about analytical studies in oncological clinics, which were made according to presented and jointly developed methods of pharmacoeconomic analysis.

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Published
2019-10-29
How to Cite
Ponomarenko, M., Zagorij, G., Syatynya, M., Klymenko, I., Trokchymchuk, V., Bilous, M., & Bezugla, O. (2019). The degree of compliance, commitment and responsibility of pharmacists, physicians and patients to the maintenance of sanitary control and anti-epidemic, treatment in health care facilities and pharmacies and pharmacoeconomic grounds of expences. Report I. Farmatsevtychnyi Zhurnal, (6), 3-8. Retrieved from https://pharmj.org.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/739
Section
Noofarmatsiya

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