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Antiepileptic medicines reduce the risk of seizures in people with epilepsy and are sometimes used as part of the management of people
with mood disorders, neuropathic pain or migraine.
Zopiclone is the most frequently prescribed hypnotic medicine, and one of the highest prescribed medicines in New Zealand...
Vildagliptin is a dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP-4) inhibitor available fully subsidised from 1 October, 2018.
Hereditary diffuse gastric cancer makes up around 1% of stomach cancer diagnoses, however, Māori in New Zealand are...
From 1 October, 2018, the New Zealand Formulary (NZF) will replace the current pregnancy and breast-feeding advice, which is based on...
Prescribers in New Zealand are highly reliant on cilazapril as their “go-to” ACE inhibitor, but this prescribing is out of step with...
There are many approved and fully subsidised medicines that clinicians can recommend to smokers who wish to quit.
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Discussion points for peer groups or self-reflection of practice
Selected letters from readers with interactive feedback
Antibiotics Guide 2017 edition
Pharmacological treatment options for patients with COPD
Our next theme will be “Substance misuse”, including articles on safe prescribing of medicines with potential
for misuse and alcohol use disorder.
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