For a small number of medicines, there are differences in equivalent doses of oral formulations of the same medicine. This Q&A considers which medicines may require dose adjustment when switching between oral formulations and presents information on dose adjustment in a summary table. In instances where it may not be possible to achieve a dose that is exactly the same, practical advice such as additional patient monitoring is suggested. Other concerns relating to the suitability of the formulation for the patient are discussed.
Gillian Lewis, Specialist Pharmacy Technician - Medicines Information, South West Medicines Information and Training Published
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