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Average number of GTINs per dispensation
Average number of GTINs per dispensation

Average number of GTINs per dispensation

Written by Sébastien MEIGE
Updated over a week ago

# Definition

The average number of GTINs per dispensation is the number of different products (GTINs) out of the total number of dispensations.

# Example

If one dispensation is dispensed with 2 products and 1 other dispensation with 3 products, including the 2 products from the first dispensation and one other product.
Then we have 3 different products for 2 dispensations.
Average number of GTINs per dispensation = 3 products / 2 dispensations = 1.50

If one dispensation is issued with 2 products and 1 other dispensation with 3 other products than on the first dispensation.
Then we have 5 different products for 2 dispensations.
Average number of GTINs per dispensation = 5 products / 2 dispensations = 2.50

# Declinations

This indicator can also be calculated on or off prescription.

# Terminology

Average number of GTINs per dispensation can be translated into English as Average number of GTINs per dispensation.