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Other - Cost: £627,266,699.48 Trimbow (Beclometasone / Formoterol / Glycopyrronium MDI) - Cost: £7,640,561.00 Empagliflozin (Jardiance) - Cost: £9,180,638.84 Dapagliflozin (Forxiga) - Cost: £10,106,471.61 Edoxaban (Lixiana) - Cost: £10,215,430.75 FreeStyle Libre 2 Sensor  - Cost: £10,470,110.00 Beclometasone / Formoterol MDI (Fostair) - Cost: £16,498,070.80 Rivaroxaban (Xarelto) - Cost: £20,000,452.50 Apixaban (Eliquis) - Cost: £35,469,046.10
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Cornwall Joint Formulary Recommended Choices     (...Top)
Displaying 3 Drugs

Key:
First Line Drugs First Line Drugs
Second Line Drugs Second Line Drugs
Specialist Initiated Drugs Specialist Initiated Drugs
Hospital Only Drugs Hospital Only Drugs
Discouraged Discouraged
No comment available No comment available
Antibiotics Antibiotics

NameTariffBNF Sub Paragraph
Levonorgestrel (Levonelle)
1500 mcg tab Pack of 1
£5.20PCT FORMULARY STATUS: First Line Drugs Emergency contraceptionView BNF Article on 'Levonorgestrel'View SPC on 'Levonorgestrel'View PIL on 'Levonorgestrel'
Ulipristal Acetate (EllaOne)
30 mg tab Pack of 1
£14.05PCT FORMULARY STATUS: Second Line Drugs [Notes:] Ulipristal acetate (ellaOne) is accepted for use as emergency hormonal contraception for women presenting between 72 to 120 hours and for whom an emergency IUD is not preferred or possible. It may also be considered for use between the 0-120 hours period when sexual intercourse has occurred at mid-cycle as it may be more effective than levornorgestrel. Note that ellaOne can be used only once per cycle, should not be used if the woman is taking concomitant enzyme inducing drugs, and does not facilitate quick start oral contraception after its use as a barrier method has to be used until next menstrual period. Emergency contraceptionView BNF Article on 'Ulipristal Acetate'View SPC on 'Ulipristal Acetate'View PIL on 'Ulipristal Acetate'
Ulipristal acetate (ellaOne) is accepted for use as emergency hormonal contraception for women presenting between 72 to 120 hours and for whom an emergency IUD is not preferred or possible. It may also be considered for use between the 0-120 hours period when sexual intercourse has occurred at mid-cycle as it may be more effective than levornorgestrel. Note that ellaOne can be used only once per cycle, should not be used if the woman is taking concomitant enzyme inducing drugs, and does not facilitate quick start oral contraception after its use as a barrier method has to be used until next menstrual period.
Levonorgestrel (Kyleena)
19.5 mg intrauterine device Pack of 1
£76.00PCT FORMULARY STATUS: Second Line Drugs [Notes:] Kyleena is accepted onto the formulary where Mirena may not be appropriate Emergency contraceptionView BNF Article on 'Levonorgestrel'View SPC on 'Levonorgestrel'View PIL on 'Levonorgestrel'
Kyleena is accepted onto the formulary where Mirena may not be appropriate

 
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