Monday, March 7, 2016

Global Health Security. Situation Awareness. U.S. Drug Supply.

As Spring and Summer approaches SA (situation awareness) on U.S., and worldwide drug supply should be monitored for future outbreaks for the upcoming seasons by all EM professionals in the health & human services, and public health sectors.

Counterfeit drug use in all jurisdictions should also be of major concern with immediate detection and prosecution.  No fines, prosecution and incarceration internationally.

BEMA


A drug receives Resolved status when the Drug Shortages Staff (DSS) determines that the market is covered, based on information from all manufacturers. The market is considered covered when supply is available from at least one manufacturer to cover total market demand. However, some manufacturers may not have all presentations available. DSS monitors the supply of products with Resolved status. For the most current supply information, contact the manufacturers.
Examples from DSS….
Generic Name or Active Ingredient
Status
Currently in Shortage
Currently in Shortage
Currently in Shortage
Resolved
Currently in Shortage
Resolved
Resolved
Resolved
Currently in Shortage
Currently in Shortage
Currently in Shortage
Currently in Shortage



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