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All blood tests shall be in the morning on an empty stomach


All blood tests shall be in the morning on an empty stomach
WOUND MANAGEMENT SERVICES INC LONGWOOD

A blood test

All blood tests shall be in the morning on an empty stomach (between the last Prim foods and taking of blood must be at least 8 hours).
For 24 h before the study to exclude the admission of alcohol.

Tree medication must only be carried out after blood sampling.
Blood for determination of lipid profile: holstein, HDL, LDL, triglycerides should be taken strictly on an empty stomach (after 12-God).
Physical and mech load exercise, exercise should be excluded for at least 3 days before blood sampling.
Analysis of moi

For biochemical research and analysis according to Nechyporenko MOU harvested in the morning after waking (preferably previous urination was not later than in 2 hours of the night).

The collection of such moi – patient coat MOU within 24 hours on normal TV mode (1,5-2,0 litres per day). In the morning (8 hours) to empty the bladder (this share moi), and then during the day to gather all the MOU into a clean wide-mouthed vessel with a tight-fitting crash with a capacity of not less than 2Sponso
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All blood tests shall be in the morning on an empty stomach

Sh7.5bn plant set to cut medicine prices - 3,500 jobs
A Bangladeshi firm has announced the construction of a Sh7.5 billion pharmaceutical plant in Athi River, Kenya. FILE PHOTO | NATION MEDIA GROUP

A Bangladeshi firm has announced the construction of a Sh7.5 billion pharmaceutical plant in Kenya.

Situated on a 16-acre plot at the Export Processing Zone (EPZ) in Athi River, the pharmaceutical plant will manufacture up to two billion tablets and 60 million bottles of liquid medicines annually for the local and export market in Africa.

The drugs will be used to treat diseases such as HIV and Aids, malaria, tuberculosis, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and anti-psychotic disease within five years of the start of manufacturing.

IMPORTED DRUGS

Mr Tapan Chowdhury, the managing director of Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd, said the factory will help Kenya to reduce its dependence on imported drugs.

“We recognise the opportunity to address obstacles limiting access to quality, affordable drugs and promote public health in the region and a local pharmaceutical manufacturing plant will ensure Kenya and the region can easily access quality and affordable medicine,” he said.

He added: “We believe that local pharmaceutical production has a potential to drastically reduce the cost of drugs by 40 per cent.”

In addition to other benefits such as creating jobs, the World Health Organisation believes the local production of medicine in developing countries could be a solution to the lack of affordable drugs.

EMPLOYMENT

Construction of the plant in Kenya comes after the 2017 approval of the East African Regional Manufacturing Plan of Action 2017-2027 which requires national procurement agencies of the East African Community (EAC) member states to buy at least half of their medicines locally.

“We expect the plant to be operational by mid-2019 and by then some 1,500 Kenyans will have benefited from direct employment opportunities. A total of 50 per cent of our products will be exported to the EAC and other African markets,” said Mr Chowdhury.

Industry Cabinet Secretary Adan Mohamed said foreign direct investment, such as that of Square Pharmaceuticals, will play a key role in development of the local manufacturing sector.

NEW FACTORY

“The new factory will bring significant industrial benefits such as technology transfer and demand for education and training,” said Mr Mohamed.

Currently, the local manufacturers can only meet 28 per cent of Kenya’s drugs demand, according to Dr Jacinta Wasike, the director of inspection-surveillance and enforcement at the Pharmacy and Poisons Board.

Speaking at the event, she said the remaining 72 per cent is covered by imports worth an estimated $600 million (Sh61.9 billion) with a regular import growth of 11.5 per cent in the last three years on average.

“We will be involved in quality assurance and overseeing the production to ensure the entire process is carried out according to accepted global and local specifications and guaranteed maximum safety levels for patients when used,” she said.

Even as pricing pressure on its diabetes portfolio led Eli Lilly to cut 3,500 jobs by year-end, the drugmaker today said it is moving forward with a $72 million upgrade to its insulin manufacturing, part of an $850 million outlay it had expected to make this year on capital projects.

Lilly will replace an existing insulin vial filling line at its site in Indianapolis, where it has its headquarters. It said the project will help it meet demand for Humalog, Humulin and other insulins, and put in place new technology for pipeline projects.

“As technology and science continually advance, it is important that our manufacturing facilities are recapitalized and modernized regularly to ensure we can continue to provide a reliable supply of safe and high-quality medicines to people around the world," Maria Crowe, president of Lilly global manufacturing operations, said in a statement.Sponso
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All blood tests shall be in the morning on an empty stomach

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