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Ingenol Mebutate Gel

Pleae be aware of the MHRA Alert: - Suspension of the licence due to risk of skin malignancy. Stop prescribing Picato and consider other treamtent for actinic keratosis in line with PCDS AK Guidelines


MHRA Supply disruption alert: Convulex (valproic acid) 150mg, 300mg & 500mg capsules. 

Presentations likely to be out of stock until April 2020. Please see alert for prescriber advice


MHRA Advice: Prescribing medicines in renal impairment: using the appropriate estimate of renal function to avoid the risk of adverse drug reactions


TAS Summary March 2019


TAS Summary December 2018


Shortage Alert July 2018
There is a long term supply problem with adrenaline auto-injector pens.
For further advice click here.


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