Terms of use

The users of this website (“Site”) hereby consent to use this Site and its contents at their own risk. PRO.MED.CS Praha a.s., ID: 00147893, registered address at Telčská 377/1, Michle, 140 00 Prague 4, Czech Republic (“Company”) is entitled to alter or remove this site in whole or part at any time.

The advice and recommendations presented on the Site are not intended to be compulsory for all cases. Although the information is processed in accordance with the data approved by the State Institute for Drug Control, the Company is not liable for any injury or harm caused by the unprofessional use, misuse or abuse of this information.

The Site contains links to third party websites, but this does not automatically mean that the Company approves of the content of such websites. The Company does not accept any liability for the accessibility or content of such website, or any liability for damage, injury or harm arising from the use of such content in any form. The Company provides links to other websites only for the purposes of quick, convenient orientation, and users visit such websites at their own risk.

Protection of personal data and use of cookies

You can use the Site without sharing any of your personal data that directly identifies you. Although the Site may contain links to other websites, the principles of personal data protection described herein do not necessarily apply to other websites. If you are interested in information about how data are collected and distributed, contact the operators of the specific websites directly.

Google’s Google Analytics service is used to monitor and gather statistics about visits to the Site. Information about the collection of data as part of this service can be found at http://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/.

Cookies are used to tailor the Site to users’ needs and increase the efficiency of the Site. Cookies are text files that the Site may store on your device to identify the device being used to connect to the Site, or to store information necessary for the Site to function. As network identifiers, the use of cookies may make it possible to indirectly identify you; therefore we follow the applicable laws and regulations governing conditions for processing personal data when using cookies.

When you open the Site, we ask you to grant consent to the use of cookies that are not necessary for the Site to display correctly and safely and that primarily serve the Company’s marketing purposes. If you provide us with such consent, you may easily revoke it in the same manner at any time in the future. Revocation of consent does not affect the legality of processing cookies arising from the consent that was provided before it was revoked, nor the possibility to use cookies that are not essential for the Site to display correctly and safely. Standard web browsers also make it possible to administrate cookies. In the browser settings, you may delete, block, or entirely prohibit the use of individual cookies, or you may block or allow cookies only for certain individual websites. For more detailed information, please consult the help centre for your browser.

Our Company, which is the administrator of your personal data, may provide access to these data to contractually authorised processors who are involved in the administration and operation of the Site. In connection with the processing of personal data, you have rights under special legal regulations on the processing of personal data, specifically the right to access, change, correct or augment personal data. Furthermore, you have the right to delete personal data if you revoke your consent and there are no other legal grounds for continuing to process your data, and you have the right to transfer personal data processed on the basis of the voluntarily consent you provided. You may exercise your rights by simply using the contact form on the Company Site. In the same manner you can contact our Company with any other questions or comments regarding the conditions for processing your personal data. You also have the right to file a complaint with the competent supervisory authority for the protection of personal data, which for the Czech Republic is the Office for the Protection of Personal Data.