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 Formulary Chapter 4: Central nervous system - Full Chapter
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Guidelines for the Management of Antipsychotic-Induced Hyperprolactinaemia

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04.07.01  Expand sub section  Non-opioid analgesics
04.07.01  Expand sub section  Compound analgesic preparations
Paracetamol
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Tablets 500mg, Soluble tablets 500mg
Suppositories 60mg, 120mg, 250mg, 500mg
Liquid 120mg/5ml, 250mg/5ml

Intravenous infusion 10mg/ml*
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Link  Guideline for the dosing of paracetamol in adults
   
Paracetamol and codeine (Co-codamol 8/500)
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Tablets
Soluble tablets 
   
Paracetamol and codeine (Co-codamol 30/500)
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Tablets 
   
Paracetamol and dihydrocodeine (Co-dydramol)
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Tablets 10/500 
Link  Drug Safety Update - Co-dydramol - Prescribe and dispense by strength
   
Aspirin
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Soluble tablets 300mg 
   
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Aspirin and codeine  (Co-codaprin)

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Aspirin and papaveretum  (Aspav)

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Nefopam Hydrochloride  (Acupan)

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Paracetamol and codeine  (Co-codamol 15/500)

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Paracetamol and dihydrocodeine  (Remedeine)

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Paracetamol and methionine  (Pardote)

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Amber

Medicines which are suitable to be prescribed in primary care only after specialist recommendation. Ongoing prescribing by primary care includes titration of dose and assessment of efficacy. There is no need for ongoing monitoring other than for general adverse effects as listed in the BNF & SPC.  

Amber Shared Care

Medicines which are suitable to be prescribed in primary care only after specialist recommendation only under a shared care protocol once the patient has been stabilised. Prior agreement must be obtained by the specialist from the primary care provider before prescribing responsibility is transferred. The shared care protocol must be approved by the Harrogate & Rurual District Area Prescribing Committee (HaRD APC).   

Black

Medicines which the Harrogate & Rural District Area Prescribing Committee (HaRD APC) has reviewed and does not recommend for use at present based on a review of clinical and/or cost effectiveness data.   

Green

Medicines suitable for routine use and can be prescribed within primary care within their licensed indication in accordance with nationally recognised formularies e.g. BNF, BNF for Children, Palliative Care Formulary. Primary care prescribers take full responsibility for prescribing.  

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Medicines which the Harrogate & Rural District Area Prescribing Committee (HaRD APC) have not yet reviewed.   

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Medicines for hospital use only. The responsibility for initiation and monitoring treatment should rest with an appropriate hospital clinician. The drug should be supplied by the hospital for the duration of the treatment course. Primary care prescriber initiation or continuation of treatemnt is not recommended.  

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