ABPI


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ABPI

ankle-brachial pressure index: see ankle-brachial index
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Stephen Whitehead, CEO of the ABPI said: "The ABPI has sought to work in close partnership with other life science industry leaders.
The ABPI said research by consultancy IMS Health showed 11 per cent of Britain's 12,600 pharmacies and a tiny number of dispensing doctors were engaged in parallel trade worth an estimated pounds 30 million every month.
Finally, it is submitted that the wording of the informed-consent document indicated that any dispute regarding the specified compensation would be determined in terms of the ABPI guidelines.
An ABPI spokesman said today: ``Pouring corrosive fluid, like brake fluid or paint stripper on vehicles, and spraying graffiti on homes and roadways seem to be the favourite forms of attack for these criminals.
And the ABPI also warned that thousands of children may be put at risk by a few parents who refuse to have their child vaccinated.
The ABPI wishes to point out that increases in the price of medicines have averaged less than 0.
Dennie will be responsible for working with agencies to organise all events run by the ABPI, the industry body representing 150 biopharmaceutical companies, research organisations and businesses with an interest in the pharmaceutical industry, from small meetings to its 1,000-delegate annual conference.
The manifesto will be launched by Chris Brinsmead, President of the ABPI, in partnership with Richard Lambert of the CBI, Professor Steve Smith of Imperial and Ade Adeagbo of patients' organisation National Voices.
The ABPI measurements are commonly taken by CT scanning.
Dr Richard Greville, director ABPI Cymru Wales said: "We hope the Welsh Assembly government appreciate the importance of fully funding this policy and cover any additional costs driven by increased patient demand.
The ABPI said GPs were prescribing old drugs because the new advanced ones were too costly.
In a recent YouGov Survey, commissioned by the Welsh NHS Confederation and ABPI Cymru Wales, well over a quarter of the respondents (28%) were aware of issues regarding the availability of medicines or treatments, which had affected them, either personally, their family or their friends.