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 Formulary Chapter 7: Obstetrics, Gynaecology, and urinary-tract disorders - Full Chapter
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Unless explicitly stated, any brand names included in brackets next to a drug's generic name are there solely to aid searching and identification, and should not be considered to limit use to that specific brand.

ANHSFT AWC CCG Guidance for the management of Overactive Bladder and Detrusor Overactivity in Females (December 2017)

 

 

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Sildenafil
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First Choice
Green

Sildenafil Tablets

Sildenafil for penile rehabilitation  post radical prostatectomy or radiotherapy

 
Tadalafil
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Second Choice
Green

Tadalafil Tablets (10mg, 20mg)

Restricted to patients who are unable to tolerate sildenafil tablets. For use as required only.

  
BlackTadalafil (2.5mg, 5mg tablets) for daily administration is not for prescribing.

 
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Vardenafil
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Restricted Drug Restricted
Green
Vardenafil Tablets

Restricted to patients unable to tolerate sildenafil tablets 
   
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 Non Formulary Items
Avanafil  (Spedra)

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Non Formulary
Black
Phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors should not be offered soley for the purpose of treating lower urinary tract symptoms in men, except as part of a randomised controlled trial as NICE Clinical Guideline 97
 
Tadalafil once daily  (Cialis)

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Non Formulary
Black

Tadalafil once daily (2.5mg, 5mg tablets)

Not for routine prescribing in primary care in-line with NHSE recommendation (2017).

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Restricted Drug
Restricted Drug
Unlicensed Drug
Unlicensed
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Cytotoxic Drug
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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

Green

Green - Drugs suitable for generalised use in accordance with position summary. Inform primary care of need to prescribe using a TTO chart if in patient or Treatment Advice Note (TAN) if Outpatient.   

Amber

Amber - these drugs require specialist initiation or recommendation  

Amber SCG

Amber Share Care - Drugs suitable for generalist use, in accordance with position summary, normally following specialist initiation and stabilisation. Ongoing division of responsibility for drug and disease monitoring between specialist and GP by a Shared Care Guideline (SCG). If no SCG in place status reverts to red.  

Red

Red - Drugs for specialist use only, in accordance with position summary. GPs should not be asked to prescribe these products.  

Red ULM

Red ULM - Unlicensed medicines for specialist use only, in accordance with position summary. GPs should not be asked to prescribe these products.  

Grey

Grey drugs - No formal commissioning position. Check appropriate CCG /NHSE commissioning list or contact CCG/NHSE Medicines Management team for advice. Fill in individual funding request for appropriate CCG/NHSE. This will need to be signed by the Chief Pharmacist and a copy of the relevant DTC submission attached.   

Black

Black - Drugs not routinely commissioned so should not usually be prescribed  

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