OREANDA-NEWS. Russian doctors are faced with a lack of more than 80 drugs in practice, the Vedomosti newspaper reports, referring to the results of a survey of doctors by members of the Vrachi.rf professional community that it has at its disposal.

According to the publication, doctors report a shortage of anti-inflammatory (children's Nurofen), gastroenterological (Ursofalk), antiepileptic and anticonvulsant drugs (finlepsin, depakine, diazepam, carbamazepine, latuda-56). There are also problems with antidepressants (paroxetine, anafranil) and antipsychotics (rispolept).

In addition, doctors talk about difficulties with insulin, drugs for the pancreas and thyroid gland, for diabetics (zempik, saxenda, metformins, jardins, trazhenta, Januvia), as well as combined oral contraceptives and drugs for menopausal hormone therapy (femoston, estrogel, Angelik, Divina, Klimonorm, Divigel, Yarina, Utrozhestan).

The material emphasizes that the peak of the temporary shortage caused by the rush demand has been passed.

It is noted that the survey by the Vrachi.rf community was conducted from March 14 to March 21, 3317 doctors participated in it.

Earlier, Minister of Health of the Russian Federation Mikhail Murashko said that there is no sharp increase in prices for vital drugs in Russia, drugs are supplied to the Russian market.