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Pharmaceutical surveys

S G Kabra


Abstract

An agency called C MARC (2 Bhaskar Mansion, 31 Sitladevi Temple Road, Mahim, Mumbai 400 016) sent its representative to ‘survey’ doctors regarding the kind of prescriptions that are written against a type of disease/disorder/condition. The aim is to collect 100 successive prescriptions from one doctor, analyse the kind of drugs prescribed for a particular disease and analyse the trends of prescription and the consistency of prescribing. Patients’ names are kept confidential.

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