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PERALTA, Sebastián; MORALES, Maria Encarnación  and  RUIZ, Maria Adolfina. Bibliometric Study About the Impact of Biosimilars Drugs. Ars Pharm [online]. 2017, vol.58, n.3, pp.103-106.  Epub Oct 19, 2020. ISSN 2340-9894.


A bibliometrics study is a type of statistical study on scientific data. With this tool we want to visualize different aspects of biosimilar drugs, their importance and the impact they generate in their environment.


Science Direct was utilized as a search engine, in addition to the scientific publications referenced in the bibliography as well as some websites concerning the subject.


Almost all the indicators point to the great economic importance of biosimilar drugs, their novelty and their patient-coentered focus.


It is of great interest to know the future impact that these medicines will have and the repercussions they will bring, especially in the economic and health fields.

Keywords : Biological drugs; biosimilars drugs; economic impact.

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