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05.01.01.03  Expand sub section  Broad-spectrum penicillins
Amoxicillin
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Formulary Capsules: 250mg and 500mg
Liquid: 125mg/5ml and 250mg/5ml
Injection: 250mg and 500mg
Sachets 3g 
   
Ampicillin Injection 500mg
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Restricted Drug Restricted Permitted for specific indications only according to trust guidelines or on microbiology advice. 
   
Co-Amoxiclav
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Formulary Use of this antibiotic is associated with a high risk of Clostridium difficile infection.

Tablets: 375mg and 625mg
Liquid: 125/31 and 250/62
Injection: 600mg and 1.2g 
   
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 Non Formulary Items
Amoxicillin  (Amoxil®)

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Non Formulary
 
Ampicillin  (Penbritin®)

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Non Formulary
 
Co-Amoxiclav  (Augmentin®)

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Non Formulary
 
Co-Amoxiclav  (Augmentin-Duo®)

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Non Formulary
 
Co-Fluampicil

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Non Formulary
 
  
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Traffic Light Status Information

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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