Using government data to understand the use and availability of medicines for hypertension and diabetes: lessons from Peru

Janeth Tenorio-Mucha, María Lazo-Porras, Jessica Zafra, Margaret Ewen & David Beran
Abstract Background Regular measurement of the availability and use of key medicines for non-communicable diseases allows the tracking of progress to achieve equitable access to medicines. Using a country-level public sector monitoring system for medicine supply, we aim to evaluate the availability and use of losartan 50 mg tablets and metformin 850 mg tablets between 2015 and 2020 investigating the impact of different policy changes and the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods Data from the Peruvian National...
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