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Core sedating antihistamine product information

Treatment protocol - alteplase 10mg and dornase alfa 5mg, given twice daily for 3 days.

However there is currently no compelling evidence for the routine use of N-acetylcysteine to prevent CI-AKI - see ULHT guideline Capsule Dermatology specialist only If needed capsules can be opened and contents sprinkled onto soft food for patients with swallowing difficulties.

Shouldn't be handled by women of childbearing potential.

Apixaban is currently the NOAC (New Oral Anticoagulant) of choice for this indication Prevention of Stroke and Systemic Embolism in Atrial Fibrillation: - see local guidelines Treatment and secondary prevention of deep vein thrombosis and/or pulmonary embolism Cream The MHRA released a public assessment report on the risks and benefits of aqueous cream when used in children with eczema in March 2013.

As soap substitutes are largely removed during the washing process, the incidence of local skin reactions with aqueous cream used as a soap substitute is much lower.

- the treatment and recurrence prevention of mania - for the treatment of moderate to severe manic episodes in bipolar I disorder in adolescents aged 13 and older Solution shouldn't be used routinely as is very expensive (30mg = ~600 per month!

) Sachets Approved in accordance with NICE HST3 for the treatment of Duchenne muscular dystrophy resulting from a nonsense mutation in the dystrophin gene, subject to compliance with the managed access agreement with NHS England Commissioned by NHS England in line with practice across other regions.

Prescribers are reminded that agomelatine is not approved for use in primary care and should not be prescribed even in response to a request to continue secondary care initiated prescribing from a LPFT mental health specialist - more information Tablet 400mg (unlicensed import, some products are chewable)Specialist recommendation (discuss specifictherapies and investigations with a Microbiologist or an Infectious Disease specialist)Available on a named patient basis for certain worm infestations Powder and solvent for solution for injection NHS England has agreed to reimburse this product with effect from the 20th September 2016.