According to the dose prescribed for treatment by a neurologist, she receives 45 tablets of Madopar per month, which in 6 months, as it is necessary to enter in the protocol by the specialist doctor, makes 270 tablets. Her GP does not prescribe the last 70 tablets because there is no way to count them at the pharmacy, and she buys them herself. My question is: since the treatment is continuous, shouldn't these 70 pills be added to the 30 tablets of the protocol for the next 6 months and thus she does not have to buy her own medicine? At all, what is the outcome of this situation, provided that the drug is issued by the NHSOC?
Your mother should not buy madopar. Since the monthly dose is 45 tablets, the protocol should be certified for two packages, for 133 days. The next protocol should be certified after 133 days. In order to ensure the continuity of the treatment after the prescription has been fulfilled according to the last (as confirmed in the protocol) admission, the providers of medical care and the he alth insurance can start preparing the necessary documents for issuing a new protocol.
The validity of the protocol is up to six months from the date of its certification in the ROC.
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For years my mother has been taking Madopar 200 mg/50 mg since she was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Until now, he received it in cuts of 100 pieces and without additional payment. However, the last time we received it was in a cut of 50 pieces, and with an additional payment of more than 50% of the value.