For a given product, the average number of dispensations per social insured is the ratio between the number of times the product has been dispensed in pharmacies over the number of different social insureds having received the product.
If a product is dispensed to 2 insured persons for a total of 7 dispensations concerning them, then the average number of dispensations per insured person is 3.5 (7/2).
The number of dispensations differs from volume sales in the sense that dispensations count the acts of issue and not the number of boxes delivered.
The average number of dispensations per insured person can be translated into English as Average of dispensations per patient.
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