By Joint Formulary Committee
The British nationwide Formulary (BNF) is your crucial reference publication for prescribing, shelling out, and administering drugs.
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16 Prescribing for children Where the dose for children is not stated, prescribers should consult BNF for Children or seek advice from a medicines information centre. Dose frequency Antibacterials are generally given Prescribing for children at regular intervals throughout the day. Some flexibility should be allowed in children to avoid waking them during the night. For example, the night-time dose may be given at the child’s bedtime. Where new or potentially toxic drugs are used, the manufacturers’ recommended doses should be carefully followed.
Side-effects are generally listed in order of frequency and arranged broadly by body systems. Occasionally a rare side-effect might be listed first if it is considered to be particularly important because of its seriousness. g. cancers, chloroquine retinopathy, and retroperitoneal fibrosis) may become manifest months or years after exposure. Any suspicion of such an association should be reported directly to the MHRA through the Yellow Card Scheme. The elderly Particular vigilance is required to identify adverse reactions in the elderly.
The information is based on human data, but information from animal studies has been included for some drugs when its omission might be misleading. Prescribing in breast-feeding Breast-feeding is beneficial; the immunological and nutritional value of breast milk to the infant is greater than that of formula feeds. Although there is concern that drugs taken by the mother might affect the infant, there is very little information on this. In the absence of evidence of an effect, the potential for harm to the infant can be inferred from: .
British National Formulary by Joint Formulary Committee