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 Formulary Chapter 19: Wound Care Formulary - Full Chapter
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http://www.ekhuftformulary.nhs.uk/docs/Wound%20formulary%20update%202019.doc

 

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19.01  Expand sub section  Non-adherent dressings
Atrauman 10 x 20 (EKA036)
(Obtain from supplies)
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Formulary Use as wound contact layer for superficial wounds/low exuding wounds/burns
Needs secondary dressing depending on level of exudate/protection required
 
   
Atrauman 5 x 5cm (EKA024)
(Obtain from Supplies)
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Formulary Use as wound contact layer for superficial wounds/low exuding wounds/burns
Needs secondary dressing depending on level of exudate/protection required
 
   
Atrauman 7.5 x 10 (EKA032)
(Obtain from Supplies)
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Formulary Use as wound contact layer for superficial wounds/low exuding wounds/burns
Needs secondary dressing depending on level of exudate/protection required
 
   
Mepitel (EKH037 5x7cm)
(Obtain from supplies)
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Formulary
Green
Wound contact layer
To prevent trauma and pain on dressing change (e.g.painful leg ulcers, patients with extremely fragile skin, skin tears)
Needs secondary dressing
May be used for highly exudating wounds with secondary dressing, leave in place for 7-14 days and change secondary dressing 
   
Mepitel (EKH038 8x10cm)
(Obtain from supplies)
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Formulary
Green
Wound contact layer
To prevent trauma and pain on dressing change (e.g.painful leg ulcers, patients with extremely fragile skin, skin tears)
Needs secondary dressing
May be used for highly exudating wounds with secondary dressing, leave in place for 7-14 days and change secondary dressing 
   
Mepitel (EKH039 12x15cm)
(Obtain from supplies)
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Formulary
Green
Wound contact layer
To prevent trauma and pain on dressing change (e.g.painful leg ulcers, patients with extremely fragile skin, skin tears)
Needs secondary dressing
May be used for highly exudating wounds with secondary dressing, leave in place for 7-14 days and change secondary dressing 
   
Mepitel One (EKH040 24x27.5cm)
(Obtain from supplies)
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Formulary
Green
Wound contact layer
To prevent trauma and pain on dressing change (e.g.painful leg ulcers, patients with extremely fragile skin, skin tears)
Needs secondary dressing
May be used for highly exudating wounds with secondary dressing, leave in place for 7-14 days and change secondary dressing 
   
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 Non Formulary Items
Mepitel 5 x 7.5

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Non Formulary
 
  
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Section Title Section Title (top level)
Section Title Section Title (sub level)
First Choice Item First Choice item
Non Formulary Item Non Formulary section
Restricted Drug
Restricted Drug
Unlicensed Drug
Unlicensed
Track Changes
Display tracking information
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Link to adult BNF
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Link to children's BNF
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Link to SPCs
Cytotoxic Drug
Cytotoxic Drug
CD
Controlled Drug
High Cost Medicine
High Cost Medicine
Cancer Drugs Fund
Cancer Drugs Fund
NHSE
NHS England
Homecare
Homecare
CCG
CCG

Traffic Light Status Information

Status Description

Amber

Requires to be initiated by specialist for repeat GP Prescribing (Purple as per Eclipse East Kent Primary Care Formulary, may be top sliced) If a downloadable EKPG Prescribing Information Sheet exists in the formulary entry for the drug, it, or an URL (shortcut to webpage/document) should be sent to the GP. See also "Hints in how to incorporate documents for medicines information into clinical communications to GPs".  

Amber 1

Shared Care (Orange as per Eclipse East Kent Primary Care Formulary). See the Principles of Shared Care Agreements and Shared Care Agreements: Assessment against agreed Principles of Shared Care documents. If a downloadable template document exists in the formulary entry for this drug, it should be sent to the GP (and patient) once patient specific details are incorporated. See "Hints in how to incorporate shared care documents for medicines into clinical communications to GPs".  

Amber 2

Shared Care and topsliced (Orange as per Eclipse East Kent Primary Care Formulary) See the Principles of Shared Care Agreements and Shared Care Agreements: Assessment against agreed Principles of Shared Care documents. If a downloadable template document exists in the formulary entry for this drug, it should be sent to the GP (and patient) once patient specific details are incorporated. See "Hints in how to incorporate shared care documents for medicines into clinical communications to GPs".  

Black

A decision has been made by either or both the local or national NHS not to routinely commission this preparation for its licensed indications  

Blue

No comment on drug in East Kent Primary Care Formulary (Blue as per Eclipse East Kent Primary Care Formulary)  

Brown

Exceptional Use Only (Brown as per Eclipse East Kent Primary Care Formulary)   

Green

On East Kent Primary Care Formulary (Pink or Green as per Eclipse East Kent Primary Care Formulary)  

Grey

Not assessed/Not recommended (As per Eclipse East Kent Primary Care Formulary)  

Red

Hospital Only (As per Eclipse East Kent Primary Care Formulary)  

RedRed

Known to be commissioned for local NHS patients but only available to them from another provider than EKHUFT  

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