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Appendix 2 Essential drugs 167 Labelling Clear discount tadacip 20mg with mastercard, informative labels promote good practice generic 20 mg tadacip overnight delivery. Access to certification is particularly important if you are procuring from sources other than national medical stores. Certification Manufacturing licence – shows a manufacturer is legally licensed to produce pharmaceutical products. In an emergency this requirement may be waived, but in normal circumstances not complying with it will cause problems. Where this is an issue, the manufacturer should be able to provide you with evidence that the product is registered for importation. See also Sections 1 and 2 of this book, as the same principles apply to procurement of essential drugs as to procurement of supplies and equipment. The usefulness of both methods depends on the accuracy of the information used to do the calculations. The choice of method will therefore depend on the availability of accurate stock receipts, issue records and morbidity data together with the existence and use of standard treatment guidelines. Table A1 Advantages and disadvantages of the consumption and morbidity methods of quantification Morbidity method Consumption method Advantages: Advantages: • Suitable for new or rapidly changing services. Disadvantages: • Easier to use in facilities dealing with a wide range of • Requires detailed and accurate morbidity data and health problems and more complex treatments. Using incomplete or inaccurate data Disadvantages: can result in over-estimates or under-estimates of • Requires reliable drug consumption data, accurate quantities required. If prescribing is poor this method may match use if standard treatments are not observed perpetuate it. For example, for a new facility you will need to use the morbidity method (if you know the population size in the catchment area, the incidence of disease, and standard treatments for these diseases) to calculate how much to order initially, but later you could use the consumption method. Or, for example, a facility using the consumption method may occasionally find it helpful to use the morbidity method to review prescribing standards. The consumption method may be more appropriate for facilities using a wide range of drugs, and the morbidity method for facilities using a more limited range of drugs according to standard treatment guidelines. Tables A2 and A3 show the steps in applying the consumption and morbidity methods. Appendix 2 Essential drugs 169 Table A2 Consumption method Step 1: Select the time period for calculating consumption For example: to calculate the quantity of cotrimoxazole 480mg tablets required for 12 months is the most practical time a 12 month period for 10,000 patients. You have the following data for 12 months: period to use for calculation, because it Opening stock balance 1000 tablets allows for seasonal variations in Items received 5000 tablets requirements. If the data you have Closing stock balance 2000 tablets available covers a shorter or longer time Wastage 0 period, use Step 4 to adjust it to Stockout 2 months calculate requirements for 12 months Step 2: Calculate the consumption for each item during the time period Recorded consumption = Opening stock balance + Stock received – Closing stock balance To calculate consumption you need accurate stock cards Recorded consumption = 1000 + 5000- 2000 = 4000 with a record of all items received and issued. Or you can calculate consumption for each item by adding together all the stock issues made (to do this you need a record of all items issued). You can estimate wastage by checking the Real consumption = 4000 – 0 = 4000 number of patients treated and items issued. Check to see how Period in stock (months, weeks, days) many are in the dispensary. Adjusted real consumption = 4000 x 12 = 4800 tablets You will also need to adjust the 4000 10 consumption figure for any item that has been out of stock for more than 1 month during the time period using the stock out formula. If there is no wastage, the recorded consumption is the real consumption Step 4: Adjust to time period or patient numbers for which quantification is needed Time Period (e. Consumption per 1000 patients = Adjusted real consumption x 1000 Total number of patients Use the patient figure formula, if you need to calculate the consumption figure in Consumption per 1000 patients = 4800 x 1000 = 480 tablets terms of patient numbers, e. The number, 1000 patients is used for ease of So for 10,000 patients you need: 480 x 10 = 4800 tablets calculating needs and for planning. When using standard treatments, you have to consider that the dosage, or even the choice of drug, will be different, depending on whether the patient is an adult or child, also treatment will be different depending on the severity of the case. Step 2: Add details and quantities of drug(s) for standard treatment of each disease For example, the standard treatment for headaches is For each disease identify all the drugs, and the Aspirin 300mg, 10 tablets per course. It is important to enter all drugs for a standard treatment of If you have 2000 cases, you will need 10 x 2000 = 20,000 a particular condition. Step 3: Multiply the number of treatments by the drug quantities for each treatment Total quantity of drugs required for given problem = Calculate the total quantity of drugs and supplies Drug quantity for standard x No. A ‘treatment episode’ refers to a patient contact for which a standard course of drug treatment is required. Single patient contact may give rise to more than 1 treatment episode, if several health problems are identified and a standard course of treatment is required for each. Step 4: Add up the total quantity of each drug required (the same drug may appear in several different standard treatments) For example, if Aspirin is used to treat headache and toothache As the example shows, the same drugs may be you will need: included in more than one standard treatment. If a drug is used to treat several health problems, add up Headache: Aspirin 300mg,10 tablets per course, if you have 2000 the total quantity required.

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Recurrent symptoms following traumatic corneal abrasion: prevalence order 20mg tadacip amex, severity cheap tadacip 20mg visa, and the effect of a simple regimen of prophylaxis. High prevalence of recurrent symptoms following uncomplicated traumatic corneal abrasion. A study of topical non steroidal anti-inflammatory drops and no pressure patching in the treatment of corneal abrasions. A comparison of pressure patching versus no patching for corneal abrasions due to trauma or foreign body removal. Mechanism and nature of injury (specifically time and circumstances of injury, suspected composition of intraocular foreign body, high or low-velocity injury, use of eye protection) 2. Iris defect, irregular pupil, or unilateral cataract after trauma may indicate occult corneal or scleral laceration and possibly an intraocular foreign body 7. Consider obtaining cultures of external eye (See Repair of corneal laceration and suture closure of corneal wound) 3. Topical and/or subconjunctival antimicrobial prophylaxis (partial thickness lacerations); systemic antimicrobial prophylaxis (full-thickness lacerations) 2. Recommend physical restrictions, importance of eye protection, and plans for further care C. Discuss expectations for post-operative recovery and visual rehabilitation depending on nature and extent of the injury Additional Resources 1. If suspect corneal infection, consider performing corneal scraping for cultures 2. Infection (bacteria, fungi, protozoa, or viruses) is the most common cause of corneal perforation 1. Bacterial keratitis is most common infectious etiology, such as Pseudomonas aeruginosa 2. Corneal perforation may occur during progressive herpes simplex virus stromal keratitis or following zoster keratitis with loss of corneal sensation B. Connective-tissue disorder or systemic ischemic vasculitis (rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, rosacea, atopic disease, Wegener granulomatosis) D. Xerosis (Sjögren syndrome, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, mucous membrane pemphigoid, vitamin A deficiency) E. Cornea degeneration (Therrien marginal degeneration, keratoconus, keratoglobus, pellucid marginal degeneration) H. Consider patch and shield if patient is at risk of loss of intraocular contents 3. Tarsorrhaphy for impending perforation associated with non-healing epithelial defects 2. Graft rejection (epithelial rejection, subepithelial infiltrates, stromal rejection) 2. Advise patients to call as soon as possible should they develop increasing pain, loss of vision, increasing tearing, increased redness or a gush of fluid C. Surgical (See Postsurgical corneal edema, and Surgical injury of Descemet membrane and corneal endothelium) ii. Keratitis i) Viral (Herpes simplex, herpes zoster, cytomegalovirus) ii) Bacterial iii) Acanthamoeba iv) Fungal ii. Dystrophies, dysgeneses usually bilateral, except iridocorneal endothelial syndrome c. Worse in morning in early stages of endothelial dysfunction, related to sleep hypoxia and decreased surface evaporation 2. Edema is first evident in the posterior stroma with Descemet folds, progresses to full-thickness stromal edema, then microcystic epithelial edema, and finally epithelial bullae b. Edema develops first in the anterior stroma, may be full-thickness with large epithelial defects or in the presence of toxins or inflammatory mediators c. Epithelial edema develops, stroma remains compact if endothelial function is intact 2. Subepithelial opacification, fibrosis may develop secondary to chronic epithelial edema 4. Epithelial defects (See Traumatic corneal abrasion, Neurotrophic keratopathy, and Exposure keratopathy) 3. Repair Descemet membrane detachment if present (See Surgical injury of Descemet membrane and corneal endothelium) i. Epithelial defects (See Traumatic corneal abrasion, Neurotrophic keratopathy, and Exposure keratopathy, and Amniotic membrane transplantation) 3. Endothelial replacement (See Penetrating keratoplasty and Endothelial keratoplasty) B. Post-cataract surgery edema remains the leading indication for corneal transplant surgery in the United States 2. Diabetic patients may be more prone than non-diabetic patients to develop postsurgical corneal edema following vitrectomy surgery 4. Immediate i) Typical after cataract surgery ii) Typical following corneal transplant; may also indicate primary graft failure ii.

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For each country there is a prevalence of dementia have changed for some cost per person (per capita) estimate which is then regions safe 20mg tadacip, and the numbers affected have increased multiplied by the number of people estimated to be for all regions in line with the increase in the older living with dementia in that country 20 mg tadacip fast delivery. For the 2010 report, there was only one published cost of illness study from Latin America(12), which was These new estimates should be considered to be a used for imputation of estimates across the region. They do beneft from a fully information from Latin America considerably, making systematic review of the prevalence of dementia, and numbers affected (see Chapter 2). For further a fully systematic review of service utilisation and cost details and discussions of the principles for imputation, please see the 2010 report. The assumption between 2010 and 2012 were applied between 2010 to for the imputation is that there is a relationship 2015). These proportions were used estimates as a basis for imputation in many Asian and African Besides the updated estimates of prevalence and countries. The 2010 estimates impact on costs of the changes in numbers of people based on the original prevalence estimates from the affected. We present the estimated costs in 2030 as well as an estimate of the date when global our 2010 estimate of 1. To complete the adjustments for a ‘like for like’ The G7 countries have initiated and lead the ‘Global comparison, we adjusted the 2010 cost of illness Action Against Dementia’ accepting dementia as estimates to take account of the revised estimates of a national and global public health priority. We the regional prevalence of dementia published in this also thought that it would be instructive to analyse report, which were used to estimate the 2015 costs worldwide costs according to membership of the G7 (Table 6. This the estimated numbers of people with dementia in analysis reveals a striking concentration of global 2010 when applying the World Alzheimer Report 2015 costs among the world’s wealthiest nations. The G20 nations is that most of the upwards adjustments of numbers account for a remarkable 92% of global costs. The of people with dementia occurred in low and middle 182 nations that are members of neither G7 nor G20 income countries (where per capita costs are low), account for 20% of the global prevalence, but just 8% while there were some downwards adjustments in of the costs. There is an increasing relative contribution distribution of costs has not changed markedly of direct social care sector costs and a decreasing from those published in 2010. Cost estimates have relative contribution of informal care costs with increased for all world regions. The relative estimates are region specifc, and these are per capita contribution of informal care is greatest in the African estimates. For all but two regions, the estimate the reverse is true for social sector costs. The issue of whether the World the World Bank classifcation of 2010 and the World Alzheimer Report 2010 or World Alzheimer Report Alzheimer Report 2015 prevalence estimates for both 2015 prevalence estimates are applied to the 2010 the 2010 and 2015 time points (column 3 vs. According to each of four dementia is not relevant, because the prevalence approaches, per person costs increase steeply with Table 6. According to the optimal ‘like for like’ to update costs from 2010 to 2015 (Table 6. The marked increase in estimated levels between 2010 and 2015, but most markedly in costs for upper middle income countries had the most what were, in 2010, upper middle income countries. However, if we adjust the estimated Report estimates are accounted for by increases in numbers for 2010, by applying the updated prevalence prevalence and numbers affected. During the same period the aggregated costs Alzheimer Report 2009 and World Alzheimer Report increased by 35% (7. Differences in per person costs by country income level were only slightly attenuated when the 6. The just seven nations) or G20 membership (92% of global global costs are also larger than the market values costs). Although diffcult to quantify, As we reported in 2010, the costs remain concentrated supervision is an important and signifcant part of in countries with higher income levels. There is daily informal care with signifcant opportunity cost a disjunction between the global distribution of for carers. Other assumptions may have updating costs in line with infation); c) would require a lesser impact upon the results and comparisons. However, such a strategy is complex given the multiplicity of plausible underlying explanations. Increases in aggregated costs can arise may not be associated with reduced costs, when all from increases in numbers of people with dementia, of the costs of home care, including informal care, are properly accounted for(16). This estimate is based upon standardising age-specifc prevalence estimates to Economic development is proceeding apace in many those generated for the current report (World Alzheimer low and, particularly, middle income countries. This Report 2015) on the assumption that the revised has posed a challenge for us in making meaningful prevalence estimates merely refect an enhancement in comparisons between country income level groups for the evidence-base rather than any underlying secular 2010 and 2015, since a signifcant number of countries, trends in age-specifc prevalence between 2010 and some of them very populous, have moved “upwards” 2015 (see Chapters 2 and 4). The one thing that is certain is that the cost of lower income countries are “drained” by the loss of any given service or item of care infates over time. If so (and there is some date studies, larger and more precise studies, and support for such trends in the current report), the studies that have taken a more comprehensive increase in costs per person with dementia may be approach to the range of costs estimated; much greater than the basic assumption used for our forecast of dementia costs globally. For details, please see the World Alzheimer generally led to increases in estimated per capita Report 2010(1). The global The current report is not a complete systematic economic impact of dementia. Prince M, Knapp M, Guerchet M, McCrone P, Prina M, Comas- cost estimate of people who had gone missing due to Herrera A, et al.

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