Germany - Blood and Blood Forming Organs Medicine Use

Since 2014, Germany Blood and Blood Forming Organs Medicine Use rose 2.6% year on year. With 82.5 Units (Defined Daily Dosage) Per Thousand Persons Per Day in 2019, the country was ranked number 24 among other countries in Blood and Blood Forming Organs Medicine Use. Germany is overtaken by Latvia, which was ranked number 23 at 89.3 Units (Defined Daily Dosage) Per Thousand Persons Per Day and is followed by Israel with 79.7 Units (Defined Daily Dosage) Per Thousand Persons Per Day. Slovakia topped the ranking with 308.9 Units (Defined Daily Dosage) Per Thousand Persons Per Day in 2019, that is +4.8% versus 2018. Greece, Sweden and United Kingdom respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. Slovakia recorded the best 5 years average growth at +15.7% per year, while Israel was the worst growing country at -10.2% per year.

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Date Units (Defined Daily Dosage) Per Thousand Persons Per Day
2019 82.50
2018 80.60
2017 78.60
2016 77.50
2015 75.10
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How does Germany rank in Blood and Blood Forming Organs Medicine Use?

# 27 Countries Units (Defined Daily Dosage) Per Thousand Persons Per Day Last YoY 5‑years CAGR
1 #1
Slovakia
309 2019 +4.8 % +15.7 % View data
2 #2
Greece
238 2019 -0.5 % +6.2 % View data
23 #23
Latvia
89 2019 +0.8 % +1.5 % View data
24 #24
Germany
83 2019 +2.4 % +2.6 % View data
25 #25
Israel
80 2019 -3.4 % -10.2 % View data
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