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Baltic Statistics on Medicines

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Baltic Statistics on Medicines 2016-2018

The most widely used in all three Baltic countries is the group of cardiovascular drugs consumption of which exceeds more than threefold the consumption of second most widely used ATC* groups in each country – shows the data in the new book “Baltic Statistics on Medicines 2016–2018”. The second most widely used group of medicines was an alimentary tract and metabolism drugs in Latvia and Estonia and the nervous system drugs in Lithuania.

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Baltic Statistics on Medicines 2013-2015

Baltic Statistics on Medicines 2013-2015

According to statistical data the overall consumption of medicines from 2013 until 2015 increased in all three Baltic States. Some groups of medicines were being consumed similarly in the Baltic States, but other had substantial consumption differences, for example, antidepressants, anxiolytics, sleep and sedative medicines and statins. Top 15 of over-the-counter medicines in 2015 were rather similar in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia – the most...
Baltic Statistics on Medicines 2010-2012

Baltic Statistics on Medicines 2010-2012

“Baltic Statistics on Medicines 2010-2012” is a statistical summary of the medicines consumption data of the Baltic countries over the last three years. The description of the reimbursement systems, an overview of the medicinal products market and other related subjects can be found in the publication as well.

The national consumption statistics have been collected and published annually in all the Baltic countries for several years but this is...