The chain of therapeutic relationships includes 3 main links: doctor, pharmacist, patient. For a rational treatment, it is important that each link understands its share of responsibility. Currently, self-medication and polypharmacy are actual problems, so we considered it necessary to carry out a study, according to which it will be possible to highlight the main aspects related to rational pharmacotherapy. The user turns to self-medication mainly due to a social problem and the desire to take care of his own health; In the case of self-medication, the user obtains the medicine mainly on the advice of a pharmacist or a relative. The main complaints, during which the user turns to self-medication, are flu and cold, allergy, back/head/joint pain, heartburn;When analyzing a doctor’s prescription, the simultaneous appointment of 3-4 or more medications is generally observed. The exact period/frequency of reception is not explained to the patient; In relation to the transition to electronic prescription, the following was highlighted: the mentioned regulation has not had a big impact so far, as the consumer is free to purchase prescription medicine without a prescription;In connection with the additional service in the pharmacy, the desire of the customers was highlighted - the possibility of providing first aid in pharmacies and prescribing electronic prescriptions on the spot.
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