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03.01.03  Expand sub section  Theophylline
Aminophylline Injection 25mg/ml
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Aminophylline Tablets 225mg and 350mg (Phyllocontin Continus)
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Theophylline MR Capsules (Slo-Phyllin)
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Capsules 60mg, 125mg and 250mg


28/11/19: Merck, the suppliers of Slo-phyllin®, have reported that due to manufacturing issues from their supplier, the manufacture of this product has ceased immediately, and will be discontinued. Merck anticipate estimated out of stock dates from the end of November

 
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Theophylline MR Tablets (Uniphyllin Continus)
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Formulary Tablets MR 200mg, 300mg and 400mg 
   
Theophylline MR Tablets 175mg and 250mg (Nuelin SA)
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Theophylline

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Status Description

Amber 1

"Amber 1" - These are medicines that require significant monitoring and the decision to treat with an AMBER medicine should be made by specialists only  

Amber 2

"Amber 2" - These are medicines that require little or no monitoring by the GP, but should only be prescribed in general practice after they have been recommended following specialist referral.  

Red

"Red" - Secondary care only  

RedRed

"Double Red" - NOT recommended for prescribing in either primary or secondary care  

Grey

Traffic light status to be confirmed  

Green

May be prescribed in primary and secondary care  

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