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 Formulary Chapter 15: Anaesthesia - Full Chapter
15.01.04.03  Expand sub section  Opioid analgesics
Controlled Drug Alfentanil
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Formulary
Red Hospital

  • CUHFT - Formulary Injection: 1mg/2mL, 5mg/1mL(HIGH STRENGTH)

  • NWAFT - Formulary Injection

  • RPH - Formulary Injection

 
Link  NHS Scotland guidance on Renal disease in the last days of life
   
Controlled Drug Fentanyl
(Injection)
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Formulary
Red Hospital

  • CUHFT - Formulary Injection: 100micrograms/2mL, 500micrograms/10mL

  • NWAFT - Formulary Injection

  • RPH - Formulary Injection

 
Link  MHRA Letters sent to healthcare professionals in October 2019: Fentanyl 50 micrograms/ml (10ml ampoules) - non-UK marketing authorisation number on the label of batch 0112391R
Link  SublimazeTM (fentanyl citrate): New Warning -Serotonin syndrome may occur with co-administration with serotonergic drugs
   
Controlled Drug Remifentanil
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Restricted Drug Restricted
Red Hospital

  • CUHFT - Injection: 1mg, 5mg Restricted Item Restricted to: 1) Major abdominal surgery 2) Liver transplantation 3) Middle ear surgery. Supply only to Theatres 6,8 and 9 only 4) Neuroanaesthetists 5) ICU

  • NWAFT - Formulary

  • RPH - Formulary

 
   
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Cytotoxic Drug
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Controlled Drug
High Cost Medicine
High Cost Medicine
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Cancer Drugs Fund
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NHS England
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Homecare
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Status Description

OTC

Available Over the Counter. Consider Self Care   

Green

Formulary - Can be prescribed in both secondary and primary care.   

Advice

Formulary - Specialist Advice, secondary care advice provided for primary care initiation.  

Amber No SCG

Formulary - Specialist initiation without shared care guidance.  

Amber SCG

Formulary - Specialist initiation with shared care guidance.  

Red Hospital

Restricted - Hospital only, not to be prescribed in primary care.  

Switch

Not recommended for prescribing. Switch to alternative cost-effective option.   

Black

Not recommended for prescribing in primary or secondary care.  

Grey

Not recommended as no formal application made for addition to the formulary. Contact relevant pharmacy team for further information.   

Non Formulary

Non-Formulary (category under review).  

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