Although it varies by medication.

Tewodros Eguale, M.D., M.Sc., of McGill University, Montreal, Canada, and co-workers used the Medical Workplace of the XXI Century primary care electronic wellness record network research system in Quebec to examine off-label use. A total of 113 primary treatment physicians wrote 253,347 electronic prescriptions for 50,823 individuals from January 2005 through December 2009. Overall, 11 % of medicines were recommended for an off-label indication and 79 % of off-label make use of lacked strong scientific proof, the results indicate. The authors take note the magnitude of off-label use was significantly less than in a U.S. Study. In today’s study, the highest proportion of off-label prescribing involved central nervous system medicines , anti-infective agents and ear-nose-throat medications , based on the study results.There was also some recommendation that long-term treatment was connected with greater benefits, although only two trials looked at long-term effects.?.

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