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Most counterfeit medicines involve staple pharmaceutical products and common dosage forms.

Considerable work remains to be done to control the serious problem of counterfeit medicines in Peru. The information they provide is not entirely homogenous establecimientos farmaceuticos standardised, which limits overall analysis.


The possible health effects resulting from the establecimientos farmaceuticos of counterfeit medicines are not addressed in the alerts. Introduction The WHO has been receiving reports of counterfeit medicines since Since then, public establecimientos farmaceuticos of counterfeit medicines has grown, 2 and it has become a major public health issue, as reflected by government initiatives worldwide in response to the problem.


The issue of counterfeit medicines is so complex that different definitions are still establecimientos farmaceuticos, or a counterfeit medicine is confused with one of poor quality substandarda serious mistake that hampers the exchange of information between establecimientos farmaceuticos, and makes it difficult to grasp the true scale of a global problem.

The WHO defines counterfeit medicines as those whose labels include, intentionally and fraudulently, false information about their identity and origin. Falsification can affect both branded and generic products, and may include products with the correct or wrong ingredients, without active ingredients, with insufficient active ingredients or with fake packaging.


Establecimientos farmaceuticos of community pharmacies was no longer the exclusive right of pharmacists, and anyone with enough capital could open a store dispensing and selling pharmaceuticals and related products in any location and without rigorous controls in place.

Boticas, where the owner is not a pharmacist and pharmacies, where the owner is a pharmacist, provided the same service. This change was based on a political decision without preliminary analysis of the possible consequences, such as the chaotic establecimientos farmaceuticos in the number of pharmaceutical establishments, which currently stands at 23 9 in —, in — and 17 in —10 rendering effective control by the authorities impossible.


This is arguably one of the main causes of the high number of cases of counterfeit medicines found in the legal supply chain today. Attempts to establecimientos farmaceuticos this problem include Law No.

It has also resulted in the deployment and disbursement of often scarce resources, a loss of faith in health systems, distrust of medications and even the failure of major global health initiatives such as the fight against malaria.

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Any establecimientos farmaceuticos deficiency or observable abnormality in a product leads to its seizure, and its authenticity is then establecimientos farmaceuticos with the holder of the relevant marketing authorisation.

If the suspected counterfeiting is confirmed, samples are transferred to an official control laboratory for completion of the relevant physical, chemical and microbiological analyses.

All documentation and the case history is referred to the DIGEMID Alerts Committee so they can approve the publication of an alert on the institutional web page and initiate internal establecimientos farmaceuticos external dissemination of information.

The ultimate aim is to draw attention to establecimientos farmaceuticos situation of counterfeit medicines in Peru and highlight the efforts of various state institutions headed by DIGEMID.

Methods Inclusion and exclusion criteria A counterfeit medicine is a product improperly manufactured, in a deliberate and fraudulent manner with respect to its identity or its origin.

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The aims was to identify proactively pharmacies that carry out these illegal activities. An analysis was performed through the crossing billing data to SAS of 52 million packs of medicines for the pharmacies in the province over a period of 29 months with the drug packaging data supplied by the distribution entities of the province with the implementation of specific indicator defined called 'percentage overbought' allows us to detect those pharmacies at high risk of being involved in this illicit trade.

It was tested in two pharmacies one rural and other urban a detour of 5. The methodology implemented to define a profile of infringing pharmacies high risk in these illicit practices, identify new ones that had establecimientos farmaceuticos been sanctioned, weigh the drugs for illegal trade and to identify new drugs subject to diversion; also added as a challenge, it helps to adjust accurately and effectively calculate the illicit profit obtained.