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Every year, two-thirds of the Norwegian population are dispensed prescription medicines.
NorPD contains a complete listing of all prescription drugs dispensed by pharmacies in Norway since 2004.
The Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical (ATC) classification system and the Defined Daily Dose (DDD) as a measuring unit have become the gold standard for international drug utilisation research.
Wholesaler-based drug statistics cover all sales of drugs from wholesalers to pharmacies, hospitals/nursing homes and non-pharmacy outlets with permission to sell drugs.
The figures presented in the report are based on Wholesale Drug Statistics and the Prescription Database. Overall, they provide a more complementary picture of Norwegian drug consumption.
The figures presented in the report are based on sales from wholesalers to pharmacies, hospitals, nursing homes and grocery stores.
The report contains key figures and a comprehensive table with information about the number of people who have been dispensed prescription drugs from pharmacies in Norway in the last five year period.
The figures are based on sales from all drug wholesalers in Norway and include sales of over the counter medicines available in non-pharmacy outlets.
The report includes a comprehensive table with information about the number of individuals who had drugs prescribed and dispensed from pharmacies in Norway during the last five years.
Health technology assessment
This is a health economic evaluation of disease modifying treatments for relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis. We assess the included drugs in light of the Norwegian priority setting criteria.
We have systematically collected and reviewed the evidence for clinical effectiveness and general safety issues for disease modifying treatments for relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis.
We performed a systematic mapping review where we searched for systematic reviews and primary studies of coerced medication for adult patients.
We were asked to find research on the effects of stretching after treatment with botulinum toxin for adult patients with spasticity.
We were commissioned to do a systematic search for systematic reviews and sorting of relevant abstracts on gender differences in effects and adverse events of drugs.
This report assessed the effect and cost-effectiveness of disease-modifying medicines used in Norway for patients with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis.
In this overview of reviews, we have searched for systematic reviews of effect of medication reconciliation.