The development of pharmacology in the world

Pharmacy, as well as medicine, is subject to the interest of the scientific and professional public from ancient times, even before the new era. Given the capital-intensive character of the pharmacy sector, the cause of interest in this area and investors, employees and the wider and broader ones arise. For the same reason, in the last decade, numerous transformations took place in an organizational form; mergers, purchases, etc. Numerous researchers have sought, by dealing with individual pharmacy segments, to contribute to its development. Development took place differently among different cultures. In the initial stages, Islamic pharmacists have made a significant contribution like Avicenna, Muhammad ibn Zakariya Razi, Alauddin Al – Nefis, etc.

Raising pharmacist status

In the decades ahead, it is expected that pharmacists will be more strongly integrated into the healthcare system. Instead of free drug delivery, pharmacists will be paid for participation in patient care.

This move has already occurred in some countries, so pharmacists in Australia are paid by the government for the revision of home remedies. In the United Kingdom, pharmacists can prescribe medication after colonization. As in Australia, the government pays them for revisions of medicines used by citizens. In the US, pharmaceutical care has a growing impact on pharmaceutical practice. Moreover, the title of pharmacy doctor is now mandatory for the practice of pharmacy practice, and many pharmacists complete one-year or two-year courses after diploma. And pharmacists-consultants who used to work as a rule in nursing homes now go over to direct work with patients called the “Pharmaceutical Care of the Elderly”.

The greatest progress

A team of Canadian researchers at the University of Alberta is currently working to create a new antiretroviral therapy that will reach the brain faster. The nasal spray method we use in cases of cold therapy could be the fastest way to suppress infection in the brain.

Scientists have so far been able to find out how the HIV virus spreads through the brain only after the death of the patient, but thanks to the data obtained by examining the data of deceased patients and crossing with the later biological process of the virus, they have a completely new insight into the situation.