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Dental & nurse prescriber formularies

DENTAL & NURSE PRESCRIBER FORMULARIES This document is dated 1st September 2013.
General dental practitioners may only order drugs included in this list on form
GP14.
Pharmacists are under no obligation to supply any other drugs that may be ordered
erroneously and can have no claim against the Health Board in respect thereof.
NB - Dentists employed in the Hospital Dental Service are not restricted by this list
in their prescribing on form HBP (Scotland).
Aciclovir Cream, BP
Aciclovir Oral Suspension, 200mg/5ml BP
Aciclovir Tablets 200mg, 800mg BP
Amoxicillin Capsules, BP
Amoxicillin Oral Powder, BP
Amoxicillin Oral Suspension, BP
(syn: Amoxicillin Mixture, Amoxicillin Syrup) Artificial Saliva Gel, DPF Artificial Saliva Oral Spray, DPF Artificial Saliva Pastilles, DPF Artificial Saliva Protective Spray, DPF Artificial Saliva Substitutes listed below (*to be prescribed only for indications approved by ACBS) AS Saliva Orthana Bioxtra Glandosane Saliveze Artificial Saliva Substitute as listed below (Medical Device) Salivix (Medical Device now listed in Part 3 of Scottish Drug tariff) Aspirin Tablets, Dispersible, BP Aspirin Tablets, Soluble BP Azithromycin Capsules 250mg DPF Azithromycin Oral Suspension 200mg/5ml DPF Azithromycin Tablets 250mg, 500mg DPF Beclometasone pressurized Inhalation BP 50micrograms/metered inhalation CFC-free as: Clenil Modulite Betamethasone Soluble Tablets 500microgram DPF Benzydamine Mouth-wash, DPF Benzydamine Oral Spray, DPF Carbamazepine Tablets, BP Cephalexin Capsules, BP Cephalexin Oral Suspension, BP Cephalexin Tablets, BP Cefradine Capsules, BP Cetirizine Tablets 10mg BP Cetirizine Oral Solution 5mg/5ml BP Chlorhexidine Gluconate Gel BP Chlorhexidine Mouth-wash, BP Chlorhexidine Oral Spray, DPF [*The wording from the ACBS list is that these products may be prescribed for: Patients suffering from a dry mouth as a result of having or have undergone radiotherapy or Sicca syndrome.] Chlorphenamine Tablets, BP Chlorphenamine Oral Solution, BP (Includes sugar-free formulation) Choline Salicylate Dental Gel BP Clarithromycin Oral Suspension 125mg/5ml DPF Clarithromycin Oral Suspension 250mg/5ml DPF Clarithromycin Tablets BP Clindamycin Capsules, BP Co-amoxiclav Oral Suspension BP 125/31 (amoxicillin 125mg as trihydrate, clavulanic acid 31.25mg as potassium salt)/5ml (Includes sugar-free formulation) Co-amoxiclav Oral Suspension BP 250/62 (amoxicillin 250mg as trihydrate, clavulanic acid 62.5mg as potassium salt)/5ml (Includes sugar-free formulation) Co-amoxiclav Tablets BP 250/125 (amoxicillin 250mg as trihydrate, clavulanic acid 125mg as potassium salt) Diazepam Oral Solution, BP 2mg/5ml Diazepam Tablets, BP Diclofenac Sodium Tablets Gastro-Resistant BP Dihydrocodeine Tablets 30mg, BP Doxycycline Capsules 100mg BP Doxycycline Tablets 20mg DPF Doxycycline Tablets Dispersible BP Ephedrine Nasal Drops, BP Erythromycin Ethyl Succinate Oral Suspension, BP Erythromycin Ethyl Succinate Oral Suspension Paediatric, BP Erythromycin Ethyl Succinate Tablets, BP Erythromycin Stearate Tablets, BP Erythromycin Tablets Gastro-Resistant BP Fluconazole 50mg capsules, DPF Fluconazole Oral Suspension 50mg/5ml, DPF Hydrocortisone Cream 1%, BP Hydrocortisone Oromucosal Tablets, BP Hydrocortisone and Miconazole Cream BP Hydrocortisone and Miconazole Ointment BP Hydrogen Peroxide Mouth-wash BP 6% Ibuprofen Oral Suspension BP, Sugar Free Ibuprofen Tablets, BP Lansoprazole Gastro-Resistant Caps BP Lidocaine Ointment BP 5% Lidocaine Spray 10% DPF Loratadine Tablets 10mg BP Loratadine Syrup 5mg/5ml DPF Menthol and Eucalyptus Inhalation, BP 1980 Metronidazole Oral Suspension, BP Metronidazole Tablets, BP Miconazole Cream BP Miconazole Oromucosal Gel, BP Mouth-wash Solution-tablets, BP Nystatin Mixture, BP (includes sugar-free formulation) Omeprazole Gastro-resistant Capsules BP Oxytetracycline Tablets, BP *Paracetamol Oral Suspension, BP (includes Sugar-Free formulation) Paracetamol Tablets, BP Paracetamol Tablets, Soluble, BP Penciclovir Cream, DPF Phenoxymethylpenicillin Oral Solution, BP (includes sugar-free formulation) Phenoxymethylpenicillin Tablets BP Promethazine Oral Solution, BP
Promethazine Hydrochloride Tablets
Sodium Chloride Mouth-wash, Compound BP
Sodium Fluoride Mouth-wash BP
Sodium Fluoride Oral Drops DPF
Sodium Fluoride Tablets DPF
Sodium Fluoride Toothpaste 0.619% DPF
Sodium Fluoride Toothpaste 1.1% DPF
Sodium Fusidate Ointment, BP
SST Saliva Stimulating Tablets
Temazepam Oral Solution, BP
Temazepam Tablets DPF
Tetracycline Tablets, BP
*
This title covers strengths of 120mg/5ml and 250mg/5ml: it is therefore
necessary to specify the strength required.

List of preparations as determined by the Scottish Ministers, which may be
prescribed by Community Nurses & Health Visitors on form GP10 (N) for NHS
patients under the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978.

Only the Drugs, Dressings & Appliances in this list may be ordered by Nurses on
Health Board Nurse Prescribers lists on forms GP10 (N).
Pharmacists are under no obligation to supply any other drugs, dressings or
appliances that may be prescribed erroneously and can have no claim against the
Health Board in respect thereof.
Medicinal Preparations
Almond Oil Ear Drops NPF
Arachis Oil Enema NPF
■Aspirin Tablets Dispersible 300mg BP Bisacodyl Suppositories BP Bisacodyl Tablets BP Catheter Maintenance Solution Sodium Chloride NPF Catheter Maintenance Solution `Solution G’ NPF Catheter Maintenance Solution `Solution R’ NPF Chlorhexidine Gluconate Alcoholic Solutions containing at least 0.05% Chlorhexidine Gluconate Aqueous Solutions containing at least 0.05% Choline Salicylate Dental Gel DPF Clotrimazole Cream 1% BP Co-danthramer Capsules NPF Co-danthramer Capsules Strong NPF Co-danthramer Oral Suspension NPF Co-danthramer Oral Suspension Strong NPF Co-danthrusate Capsules BP (syn : Danthron & Docusate Sodium Capsules) Co-danthrusate Oral Suspension NPF Crotamiton Cream BP Crotamiton Lotion BP Dimeticone Barrier Cream (min. 10%) Dimeticone Lotion 4% Dimeticone Lotion Spray 4% Docusate Capsules 100mg NPF Docusate Enema NPF Docusate Oral Solution NPF Docusate Oral Solution Paediatric NPF Econazole Cream 1% BP ■ Only quantities up to 96 in packs of not more than 32 List of preparations as determined by the Scottish Ministers, which may be
prescribed by Community Nurses & Health Visitors on form GP10 (N) for NHS
patients under the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978.

Neutrogena Norwegian Formula Dermatological Cream Ungentum Merck (re-named as Ungentum M) List of preparations as determined by the Scottish Ministers, which may be
prescribed by Community Nurses & Health Visitors on form GP10 (N) for NHS
patients under the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978.

Folic Acid 400microgram Tablets Folic Acid 400microgram/5ml Oral Suspension Glycerol Suppositories BP ♣Ibuprofen Oral Suspension BP ♣Ibuprofen Tablets BP NPF [♣Except for indications and doses that are POM.] Ispaghula Husk Granules NPF Ispaghula Husk Granules Effervescent Lactulose Solution Lidocaine Ointment BP Lidocaine & Chlorhexidine Gel BP Macrogol Oral Liquid Compound NPF Macrogol Oral Powder Compound NPF Macrogol Oral Powder Compound Half-Strength NPF (Movicol-Half) Magnesium Hydroxide Mixture BP (Syn: Magnesium Hydroxide Oral Suspension, Cream of Magnesia) Magnesium Sulphate Paste BP (Syn : Morison’s Paste) Malathion Aqueous Lotion (min. 0.5%) Mebendazole Oral Suspension S/F NPF Mebendazole Tablets NPF Methylcellulose Tablets BP Miconazole Cream 2% Miconazole Oral Gel NPF (DPF) – (15g & 80g Tubes) Mouthwash Solution Tablets Nicotine Inhalation Cartridge for Oromucosal Use, NPF Nicotine Lozenge, NPF Nicotine Medicated Chewing Gum, NPF Nicotine Nasal Spray, NPF Nicotine Oral Spray, NPF Nicotine Sublingual Tablets NPF Nicotine Transdermal Patches, NPF Prescriber should specify the brand & strength to be dispensed Boots NicAssist Patches Nicorette Invisi Patches Nicopatch Patches Nystatin Oral Suspension BP (Syns : Nystatin Mixture, Nystatin Oral Drops, Nystatin Suspension) Olive Oil Ear Drops NPF * Paracetamol Oral Suspension BP (Includes Sugar Free Formulation) This title covers strengths of 120mg/5ml and 250mg/5ml: it is therefore
necessary to specify the strength required.

■Paracetamol Tablets Soluble BP Paraffin, White Soft BP Paraffin, Yellow Soft BP Permethrin Cream NPF Phosphate Suppositories NPF List of preparations as determined by the Scottish Ministers, which may be
prescribed by Community Nurses & Health Visitors on form GP10 (N) for NHS
patients under the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978.

Piperazine & Senna Powder NPF Povidone-Iodine Solution BP Senna Oral Solution NPF ■ Only quantities up to 96 in packs of not more than 32  Except packs that are not to be prescribed under the NHS (Schedule 10) Senna Tablets BP Senna & Ispaghula Granules NPF Sodium Bicarbonate Ear Drops BP Sodium Chloride Solution Sterile BP Sodium Citrate Compound Enema NPF Sodium Picosulphate Capsules NPF Sodium Picosulphate Elixir NPF Spermicidal Contraceptives as listed below: Gygel Contraceptive Jelly Sterculia Granules NPF Sterculia & Frangula Granules NPF Titanium Ointment NPF Water for Injection BP Zinc & Caster Oil Ointment BP Zinc Oxide & Dimeticone Spray NPF Zinc Oxide Impregnated Medicated Bandage NPF Zinc Oxide Impregnated Medicated Stocking NPF Zinc Paste Bandage BP1993 Zinc Paste & Icthammol Bandage BP1993 DRESSINGS & APPLIANCES
All appliances and reagents included in this list must comply with the description, specifications, sizes, packs and quantities as specified in the entry in relevant Part of the Drug Tariff. Items that are not included in the Nurse Prescriber Formulary are marked as `Nx’ in the
extreme left margin. These items will not be paid on form GP10 (N).

Dressings
Appliances
Elastic Hosiery
As listed in Part 4
Incontinence Appliances
(Incontinence pads are not allowed on GP10 (N)) Stoma Appliances and Associated Products
as listed in Stoma Appliances – Reimbursement Prices
Chemical Reagents
Item only allowed on stock order form GP10A List of preparations as determined by the Scottish Ministers, which may be
prescribed by Extended Nurse Formulary Prescribers on form GP10 (N) for
NHS patients under the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978.

NURSE INDEPENDENT PRESCRIBING
From 30th April 2006, the Nurse Prescriber Extended Formulary is discontinued. From 1st May 2006, Nurse Independent Prescribers are able to prescribe any licensed medicine for any medical condition. The former restrictions on Controlled Drugs in Schedules 2 to 5 have been listed from 23rd April 2012, subject to the following summary. Nurse Independent Prescribers: Must work within their own level of professional competence and expertise Are required to prescribe generically, except where this would not be clinically appropriate or where there is no approved generic name The update to the legislation from 23rd April 2012: Enable independent nurse and pharmacist prescribers to prescribe, administer and give direction for the administration of Schedule 2 to 5 controlled drugs in England, Scotland and Wales, but not in relation to cocaine, diamorphine or dipipanone as regards persons addicted to these drugs otherwise than for the purpose of treating organic disease or injury suffered by such persons Allow nurse and pharmacist independent prescribers to mix a controlled drug with Enable nurses and pharmacists to supply and/or administer morphine and diamorphine under Patient Group Directions, for the immediate and necessary treatment of sick or injured persons. Please also see the guidance on the following page. List of preparations as determined by the Scottish Ministers, which may be
prescribed by Extended Nurse Formulary Prescribers on form GP10 (N) for
NHS patients under the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978.

Can prescribe licensed medicines independently for uses outside their licensed indications (so-called `off license’ or `off label’). They must accept clinical/legal responsibility for that prescribing, and should only prescribe off-license/off-label where it is accepted clinical practice. May prescribe any appliances/dressings & reagents that are listed in Parts 2 to 6 and 9 of this tariff, subject to any limitations imposed by prescription form type Must not prescribe any drugs or other substances listed in Schedule 1 of the May prescribe drugs listed in Part 12 of this tariff (Schedule 2 of the GMS regulations 2004), but only in the specified circumstances for the specific patient groups as listed in the schedule Must not prescribe unlicensed medicines May prescribe borderline substances, which have been approved by the Advisory Committee on Borderline Substances (ACBS). A list of ACBS approved products and the circumstances under which they may be prescribed, can be found as Appendix 7 of the British National Formulary (BNF). Although this is a non-mandatory list, Nurse Independent prescribers should normally restrict their prescribing of borderline substances to items on the ACBS list.

Source: http://isdscotland.org/Health-Topics/Prescribing-and-Medicines/Scottish-Drug-Tariff/Archive/September-2013/_docs/2013-09-SDT-PART8.pdf

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