17 Wound Management


First line drugs Second line drugs Specialist drugs Secondary care drugs
Recommended in both primary and secondary care Alternatives (often in specific conditions) in both primary and secondary care; Where a specialist input is needed (see introduction for definition) Prescribing principally within secondary care only

Traffic light status (TLS) explained:

  • Green: Routine prescribing within licensed indication
  • Amber 1: specialist recommendation followed by GP initiation and continuation
  • Amber 2: specialist or GP initiation in line with local guideline after 1st line failure followed by GP continuation
  • Amber 3: specialist initiation and stabilisation followed by GP continuation
  • Amber SCG: specialist initiation and stabilisation followed by GP continuation in line with an agreed shared care guideline
  • Red: Hospital or specialist prescribing only
  • Double Red: These medicines have been evaluated and rejected by MKPAG and are NOT approved for use within MK. They are not recommended for use because of lack of clinical effectiveness, cost effectiveness or safety.

 

Click here for "Practice Nurse Wound Formulary"

 

Click here for "Nursing Home Wound Formulary"

 

 

 

 

A5.3.4 Other  antimicrobials

Octenilin 

  • Wound Gel 20mL

 Note: For Hospital prescribing only on Tissue Viability Nurse (TVN) recommendation

 

 

Irrigation Fluid  

Octenilin

  • Wound irrigation solution 350mL

 Note: For Hospital prescribing only on Tissue Viability Nurse (TVN) recommendation.

 

 

Last updated by: Dupe Fagbenro on 03-08-2018 17:20