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 Formulary Chapter 4: Central nervous system - Full Chapter
04.10.03  Expand sub section  Opioid dependence
04.10.03  Expand sub section  Opioid substitution therapy
Controlled Drug Buprenorphine (Subutex)
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Buprenorphine_Tab Subling 400mcg S/F
Buprenorphine_Tab Subling 2mg S/F
Buprenorphine_Tab Subling 8mg S/F
Subutex_Tab Subling 2mg
Subutex_Tab Subling 400mcg
Subutex_Tab Subling 8mg 
 
 

From April 1st 2017 there should be no prescribing of medications within primary care for alcohol or substance misuse. New patients should be referred into the One Recovery specialist service.

One Recovery are working to repatriate patients back into their specialist services but if there any queries related to specific patients it is recommended that these are directed to the service.

Stafford Tel: 01785- 270080

Cannock Tel: 01543-468667


 
 

 
   
Controlled Drug Buprenorphine and Naloxone (Suboxone)
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Suboxone_Tab Subling 2mg/0.5mg
Suboxone_Tab Subling 8mg/2mg 
 

From April 1st 2017 there should be no prescribing of medications within primary care for alcohol or substance misuse. New patients should be referred into the One Recovery specialist service.

One Recovery are working to repatriate patients back into their specialist services but if there any queries related to specific patients it is recommended that these are directed to the service.

Stafford Tel: 01785- 270080

Cannock Tel: 01543-468667

 

 
   
Controlled Drug Methadone
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Methadone HCl_Mix 1mg/1ml
 

From April 1st 2017 there should be no prescribing of medications within primary care for alcohol or substance misuse. New patients should be referred into the One Recovery specialist service.

One Recovery are working to repatriate patients back into their specialist services but if there any queries related to specific patients it is recommended that these are directed to the service.

Stafford Tel: 01785- 270080

Cannock Tel: 01543-468667


 

 
   
04.10.03  Expand sub section  Opioid-receptor antagonists
Naltrexone (Nalorex)
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From April 1st 2017 there should be no prescribing of medications within primary care for alcohol or substance misuse. New patients should be referred into the One Recovery specialist service.

One Recovery are working to repatriate patients back into their specialist services but if there any queries related to specific patients it is recommended that these are directed to the service.

Stafford Tel: 01785- 270080

Cannock Tel: 01543-468667

 
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Drugs which require special consideration. These are drugs for Consultant Prescribing ONLY. They should not be prescribed in Primary Care.  

Amber

Drugs that should be initiated by a Specialist but are suitable for continuation in Primary Care. For some drugs there may be a Ricad in place to aid the transition to primary care.  

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Drugs that should be initiated by a Specialist but are suitable for continuation in Primary Care but also require and ESCA (Shared Care Agreement)   

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Suitable first-line drugs for implementation in Primary Care  

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