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gelclair concentrated oral rinse, 21 Count x 15ml sachets

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Mouth care is an essential aspect of palliative care in all settings and should be considered part of daily routine patient care, see the Scottish Palliative Care Guidelines, Mouth Care. For patients who do experience nosebleeds use Vaseline to both sides of the nose twice a day ideally before using the spray. Related/similar drugs chlorhexidine topical, Peridex, sodium hyaluronate topical, Biotene Mouthwash, XyliMelts How is this medicine (Gelclair) best taken? Sodium bicarbonate drops may be used 2 or 3 times daily for 1-2 weeks before syringing if the wax is impacted. The patient should be advised to lie with the affected ear uppermost for 5-10 minutes after use of the ear drops. Use of sodium bicarbonate drops for up to a month may alleviate the need for syringing altogether.

No known disease interactions. This does not necessarily mean no interactions exist. Always consult your healthcare provider. Risk Minimisation Materials: glycopyrronium bromide 400micrograms/mL (Sialanar® 320micrograms/mL oral solution) Betamethasone mouth wash for stem cell transplant patients with GvHD Dissolve 0.5-2mg in 10ml of water, swirl around the mouth for 1-2 minutes or as long as can manage and then spit it out, up to 4 times a day If using part of a MST sachet mix well with water and use immediately. MST sachets should not be used for doses <5mg as sachets do not disperse equally therefore dosing may be inaccurate No new patients to receive prescriptions in primary care. Patients already receiving Red Medicines in primary care should be handled on a case by case basis with the support of the Medicines Optimisation team.The supporting prescribing guideline must have been agreed by the relevant secondary care trust D&TC(s) and approved by the Nottinghamshire APC. Acclean, Bactoshield, Betasept, Biopatch, Calgon Vesta, ChloraPrep One-Step, Chlorostat, Chlorostat 4, Denti-Rinse, Dyna-Hex, Exidine, Hibiclens, Hibistat, Hibistat Towelette, Paroex, Peridex, PerioChip, Periogard, Scrub Care, Scrub Care Exidine, Sky Oral Rinse, Spectrum-4, Tegaderm CHG Dressing View more Mouthwashes A large number of pathological processes may cause ulceration of the oral mucosa. The cause should be established in each case, as specific therapy may be required. Rinse mouth thoroughly with water in between using toothpaste and a chlorhexidine-containing product

May be prescribed underACBSforpatients suffering from dry mouth as a result of having (or having undergone) radiotherapy, or sicca syndrome, spray onto oral and pharyngeal mucosa as required. The medicines listed in the NHS Pharmacy First Scotland Approved List should be used within their GSL or P licensed indication, and the PoM products listed should only be used under the terms of the relevant Patient Group Directions (PGDs).

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Drug Prescribing for Dentistry - Scottish Dental Clinical Effectiveness Programme (includes advice and information on primary care dental prescribing) The contents of one sachet should be diluted with 40mLs of water and immediately used as a mouthwash; rinsing around the mouth for at least 1 minute, or for as long as possible to coat the tongue and inside of the mouth completely

Have clearly defined consultant, GP and patient responsibilities documented in a shared care protocol If no water is available, Gelclair® is safe to use undiluted - applied directly with a sponge or swab SFH information: Replacement for BioXtra. Not from Pharmacy - available from Supply Chain from March 11th 2019 onwards. Rinse diluted solution around the mouth for at least 1 minute or as long as possible to coat tongue, palate, throat, inside of cheeks and all oral tissue thoroughly Medicines suitable to be prescribed in primary care / general practice after specialist* recommendation or initiation.For SMC recommended medicines/indications where local clinical experts do not wish to add to the formulary at this time

Athough there is no evidence base to support the use of the following for treatment of chemotherapy or radiotherapy induced mucositis in children they may be of benefit to some patients:Mucoadhesive buccal tablets licensed for oropharyngeal candidiasis in patients who are immunocompromised. to make sure that it is safe for you to take Gelclair (mucosal coating gel (gelclair)) with all of your drugs and health problems. Do not start, stop, or change the dose of Mometasone nasal spray may be used in children aged 3-6 years of age as it is the only licensed product for this age group. Drug Safety Update: Hydrocortisone muco-adhesive buccal tablets: should not be used off-label for adrenal insufficiency in children due to serious risks (Dec 2018) If you are allergic to Gelclair (mucosal coating gel (gelclair)); any part of Gelclair (mucosal coating gel (gelclair)); or any other drugs, foods, or substances. Tell your doctor about the allergy and

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