Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Letal medicines.



It is very frequent in Peru (Digemid), the sale (25% of the total of sold medicines), of false or adulterated medicines, in pharmacies and warehouses of slumses, populated zones of Lima (Capon Center, Mesa Redonda, El Hueco) and inside the country, coming from China, Russia and South Korea. One is mainly : antibiotics, antiinflammatories, digestive enzymes, vitamins and others (WHO/2006). The problem is that this attack against the public health, begins to acquire dangerous criminal borders not only in Peru. In Panama died in the course of the 2006: 365 people (100 documented to the date, continue the corpse exhumation), because of the ingestion of a toxic (diethylene glycol, cost of 5 barrels: $725-845: a lethal, cheap chemical product used as antifreezing), sold falsely like clone substitute of glycerin (cost of 5 barrels: $1,815. employee like preservative in drugs, foods and dental paste). Authorities of the Panamanian government believing at all (they did not analyze chemically the product), that the preservative was glycerin mixed the content of 46 barrels containing the lethal diethylene glycol in 260,000 medicine bottles for cough, fever, even like injectables, generating in the affected ones: renal insufficiency, upheavals of the SNC, motor paralysis, difficult breathing without attendance and death. A contaminated sample sent to the C.D.C./USA, detected in 48 hours: diethylene glycol. The notable of the case, is that a journalistic team of the NYT (WALT BOGDANICH and JAKE HOOKER), locate the Chinese factories where the toxic was produced (Taixing/Hengxiang), the forged companies that transported the toxic from China to Panama, the documents that the criminals displayed falsely to diethylene glycol like glycerin of high purity (99.5%), etc. Although in the last 20 years in Haiti, Argentina, Nigeria, India, Bangladesh have happened at least 8 massive poisonings : Michael L. Bennish, 1995, BMJ), this is one of not very often in which the crime has been clearly documented. For us one of the important measures is the intercountry creation of clones of the American FDA (able to analyze all type of medicines quickly), in groupings of underdeveloped countries or label with microchips the true medicines.

Medicinas letales.

Es frecuente en el Peru (Digemid), la venta (25% del total de medicamentos expendidos), de medicinas falsas o adulteradas, en boticas y bodegas de asentamientos humanos, zonas populosas de Lima (Capon Center, Mesa Redonda, El Hueco) y en el interior del país, procedentes de China, Rusia y Corea del Sur. Se trata mayormente de antibioticos, antiinflamatorios, enzimas digestivas, vitaminas y otros (OMS 2006). El problema es que este atentado contra la salud pública, empieza a adquirir peligrosos ribetes criminales, no solo en el Peru. En Panama murieron en el curso del 2006 : 365 personas (100 documentadas a la fecha, continua la exhumación de cadaveres), a causa de la ingesta de un toxico (dietilenglicol, costo de 5 barriles :$725-845: un solvente letal, barato utilizado para deshielo industrial), vendido falsamente como clon sustituto de la glicerina (producto mas caro, costo de 5 barriles:$1,815. empleado como preservativo en drogas, alimentos y pasta dental) Autoridades del gobierno panameño creyendo a pie juntillas (no analizaron químicamente el producto), que el preservativo era glicerina mezclaron el contenido de 46 barriles conteniendo el letal diethylene glycol en 260,000 botellas de medicina para la tos, la fiebre, incluso como inyectables, generando en los afectados : insuficiencia renal, trastornos del SNC, paralisis motora, respiración dificil sin asistencia y muerte. Una muestra contaminada enviada al C.D.C./USA, detecto en 48 horas :dietilenglicol. Lo notable del caso, es que un equipo del NYT (Walt Bogdanich
y JAKE HOOKER), ubicó la fabrica de medicinas china (Taixing/Hengxiang), las compañias que transportaron el tóxico de China hasta Panama, los documentos fraguados que presentaban falsamente al dietilenglicol como glicerina de alta pureza (99,5%),etc. Aunque en los ultimos 20 años han ocurrido al menos 8 intoxicaciones masivas (Haiti, Argentina, Nigeria, India, Bangladesh: Michael L. Bennish,1995, BMJ), esta es una de las pocas veces en las que el crimen ha sido claramente documentado. Para nosotros una de las solucciones importantes es la creación interestatal de clones de la FDA americana (capaz de analizar todo tipo de medicamentos con rapidéz), en agrupaciones de paises subdesarrollados o etiquetar con microchips las medicinas verdaderas.

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