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Poster Title: Referral Lab
Submitted on 21 Jun 2018
Author(s): Viajy Kumar Ranka
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This poster was presented at Stabicon Life Sciences
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Abstract: Poor medicine quality can sometimes lead to serious health consequence &
death. Imported or Locally Manufactured Medicines without proper pre &
post inspection may be rendered substandard at any point along the medical
supply chain, from the point of manufacture through the point of
distribution. Regardless of where along the supply chain substandard
medicines are compromised, they pose serious public health risks. Use of
substandard medicines increases mortality and morbidity and may result in
harmful side effects or allergies or engender drug-resistant pathogens that
limit the therapeutic effectiveness of legitimate medicines. if contaminated
with pathogens result in death.
Substandard medicines undermine governments’ investments in health
delivery systems. They erode citizens’ trust in their governments’ ability to
maintain and enforce regulatory standards. Their spread also undermines
governments’ credibility with respect to providing quality health care.
Regulatory body/ Organization Partnering with Stabicon support assist to
can address the above challenges by following approaches:
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