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Final 29 concessionary prices agreed for February

february concessionary prices

The Department of Health and Social Care and the National Assembly for Wales have agreed concessionary prices for a final 29 items for February 2019 prescriptions.

This batch brings the total number of prices for the month up to 90 – one less than November 2017’s record of 91.

An initial 28 prices were announced on February 21, followed by a further 33 on February 25.

Drug
Strength
Form
Price
Alverine
60mg
capsules (100)
£2.88
Baclofen
10mg
tablets (84)
£1.97
Celecoxib
100mg
capsules (60)
£2.40
Chloramphenicol
0.5%
eye drops (10)
£2.49
Clomipramine
25mg
capsules (28)
£4.22
Desogestrel
75mcg
tablets (84)
£2.60
Diamorphine
10mg
powder for solution for injection ampoules (5)
£15.87
Diamorphine
30mg
powder for solution for injection ampoules (5)
£15.57
Irbesartan
75mg
tablets (28)
£3.10
Irbesartan
300mg
tablets (28)
£4.84
Losartan
100mg
tablets (28)
£5.44
Metoprolol
50mg
tablets (28)
£2.78
Metoprolol
100mg
tablets (28)
£1.70
Nebivolol
5mg
tablets (28)
£4.39
Nortriptyline
25mg
tablets (100)
£9.88
Ondansetron
4mg
tablets (10)
£7.73
Piroxicam
0.5%
gel (112)
£3.35
Pramipexole
88mcg
tablets (30)
£5.59
Quetiapine
25mg
tablets (60)
£3.48
Quetiapine
300mg
tablets (60)
£9.51
Ramipril
5mg
tablets (28)
£3.35
Risperidone
2mg
tablets (60)
£17.93
Sevelamer
800mg
tablets (180)
£107.09
Sodium valproate
200mg
gastro-resistant tablets (100)
£6.99
Sodium valproate
200mg/5ml
sugar-free oral solution (300)
£7.00
Telmisartan
80mg
tablets (28)
£8.35
Topiramate
50mg
tablets (60)
£13.59
Topiramate
100mg
tablets (60)
£21.07
Valsartan
160mg
capsules (28)
£9.00
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