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Problems with the availability of narcotic medicines

Vijay Thawani, K J Gharpure, Shyam Shukla

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2005.054


Abstract

In December 2004, the Maharashtra State Chemists and Druggists Association issued a circular telling their members to keep records of every tablet, injection, capsule and syrup of all psychotropic substances and antidepressants marked as ‘Nrx: Much has appeared in the press since then on the non-availability of life-saving medicines without prescriptions. Patients questioned pharmacists’ integrity.

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