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NICORETTE INHALATOR

NICORETTE INHALATOR JOHNSON & JOHNSON (NEW ZEALAND) LTD Presentation: Inhalator 15mg packs of 4 cartridges, 20 cartridges. Active Ingredients: Nicotine 15mg. Approved Indications: Smoking cessation aid. Temporary abstinence. Smoking reduction. Also indicated for combination use with Nicorette Patch. Contraindications: Non smokers, hypersensitivity to nicotine or menthol, children. Precautions: Concomitant smoking, peptic ulcer disease, cardiovascular disease (including recent myocardial infarction), diabetes, hyperthyroidism, phaeochromocytoma, pregnancy, lactation. Adverse Effects: Headache, transient cough, irritation of mouth and throat. Directions: For adults 18+ who smoke more than 10 cigarettes a day. During weeks 1-12: 1 cartridge when you have an urge to smoke every 2-4 hours. For best results use 3-6 cartridges/day. After 12 weeks: Gradually reduce to 1-2 cartridges/day and then stop use. Use beyond 12 months is not recommended. Price Band: $10 - $50 Subsidy Conditions: Not subsidised Medicine Classification: General Sale NICORETTE QUICKMIST JOHNSON & JOHNSON (NEW ZEALAND) LTD Presentation: Mouth spray. Available in single pack (1 x 150 sprays). Active Ingredients: Nicotine 1mg/spray. Indications: Smoking cessation aid. Temporary abstinence. Smoking reduction. Also indicated for combination use with Nicorette Patch. Contraindications: Non smokers, hypersensitivity to nicotine, children. Precautions: Concomitant smoking, peptic ulcer disease, cardiovascular disease (including recent myocardial infarction), diabetes, hyperthyroidism, phaeochromocytoma, pregnancy, lactation. Adverse Effects: Headache, nausea, dyspepsia, burning lips, dry mouth and/or throat. Directions: For adults 18+. During weeks 1-6: Use 1 or 2 sprays when cigarettes normally would have been smoked or if cravings emerge. If after a single spray cravings are not controlled within a few minutes, a second spray should be used. If 2 sprays are required, future doses may be delivered as 2 consecutive sprays. Weeks 7-9: Start reducing the number of sprays/day. Weeks 10-12: gradually reduce to 2-4 sprays/day and then stop use. Regular use beyond 6 months is not recommended. Price Band: $40 - $50 and over Subsidy Conditions: Not subsidised Medicine Classification: General Sale »» Sore Throat BETADINE SORE THROAT GARGLE SANOFI CONSUMER HEALTHCARE Presentation: Concentrate: 15mL and 40mL with measure. Ready-to-use: 120mL. Active Ingredients: Concentrate: Povidone iodine 7.5%, ethanol. Ready-to-use: Povidone iodine 10mg/mL, ethanol. Approved Indications: Antibacterial sore throat treatment. Contraindications: Hypersensitivity to iodine. Precautions: Pregnancy or lactation. May affect thyroid function tests. Do not swallow. Adverse Effects: Skin irritation, redness. Directions: Concentrate: Dilute 1mL to 20mL with water; gargle for 30 seconds, repeat 3 - 4 hourly. Ready-to-use: Pour to line on provided measuring cup (15mL) and gargle for 30 seconds, repeat 3-4 hourly. Price Band: $10 - $20 Subsidy Conditions: Not subsidised Medicine Classification: General Sale CODRAL ® SORE THROAT LOZENGES ANTIBACTERIAL HONEY & LEMON FLAVOUR JOHNSON & JOHNSON (NEW ZEALAND) LTD Presentation: Lozenge 16s and 36s. Active Ingredients: Cetylpyridinium chloride 1.47mg, benzyl alcohol 6.5mg Approved Indications: Antibacterial treatment for sore throat Contraindications: Do not use for children under 6 years. Do not use if foil is broken. Precautions: Do not take hot food or drink soon after using this product because it may burn your mouth. See your doctor if symptoms persist. Contains glucose and sucrose. Directions: For adults and children over 6 years. Dissolve 1 lozenge slowly in the mouth every 2-3 hours as required. Maximum: 12 lozenges in 24 hours. Price Band: $6.99 - $10.99 Medicine Classification: General Sale Page 262 HEALTHCARE HANDBOOK 2017-2018 OTC Products

CODRAL ® SORE THROAT LOZENGES ANTIBACTERIAL MENTHOL FLAVOUR JOHNSON & JOHNSON (NEW ZEALAND) LTD Presentation: Lozenge 16s. Active Ingredients: Cetylpyridinium chloride 1.47mg, benzyl alcohol 6.5mg Approved Indications: Antibacterial treatment for sore throat. Contraindications: Do not use for children under 12 years. Do not use if foil seal is broken. Precautions: Do not take hot food or drink soon after using this product because it may burn your mouth. See your doctor if symptoms persist. Contains glucose and sucrose. Directions: For adults and children over 12 years: dissolve 1 lozenge slowly in the mouth every 2-3 hours as required. Maximum: 12 lozenges in 24 hours. Price Band: $6.99 Medicine Classification: General Sale CODRAL ® SORE THROAT LOZENGES ANTIBACTERIAL + ANAESTHETIC LIME & LEMON FLAVOUR JOHNSON & JOHNSON (NEW ZEALAND) LTD Presentation: Lozenge 16s and 36s. Active Ingredients: Benzocaine 10mg, cetylpyridinium chloride 1.4mg Approved Indications: Antibacterial and anaesthetic treatment for sore throat. Anaesthetic numbs the throat. Contraindications: Do not use for children under 6 years. Do not use if foil seal is broken. Precautions: Do not take hot food or drink soon after using this product because it may burn your mouth. See your doctor if symptoms persist. Contains glucose and sucrose. Adverse Effects: May numb tongue. Mouth numbness may limit the ability to identify hot substances. Directions: For adults and children over 6 years. Dissolve 1 lozenge slowly in the mouth every 2-3 hours as required. Maximum 8 lozenges in 24 hours. Price Band: $7.99 - $12.99 Medicine Classification: General Sale STREPFEN INTENSIVE HONEY & LEMON LOZENGES RECKITT BENCKISER (NZ) LTD Presentation: Lozenge, 16s (also in orange sugar-free). Active Ingredients: Flurbiprofen 8.75mg. Approved Indications: Relief from painful and swollen sore throats. Anti-inflammatory. Contraindications: Hypersensitivity to flurbiprofen or other lozenge ingredients. Existing peptic ulceration. Patients with a history of bronchospasm, asthma, urticaria or rhinitis associated with aspirin or other NSAIDs. Pregnancy except on doctor’s advice. Last 3 months of pregnancy. Renal impairment. Heart failure. Precautions: Asthma. History of peptic ulceration. Regular treatment with other medications. Adverse Effects: Transient taste perversion, tingling sensation in the mouth. Directions: Adults and children over 12 years: suck 1 lozenge every 3-6 hours, maximum 8 lozenges in 24 hours. Price Band: Under $10 Subsidy Conditions: Not subsidised Medicine Classification: Pharmacy Only Medicine STREPSILS PLUS ANAESTHETIC THROAT SPRAY RECKITT BENCKISER (NZ) LTD Presentation: Spray, 20ml. Active Ingredients: Lignocaine hydrochloride 0.6% w/v, amylmetacresol 0.223% w/v, dichlorobenzyl alcohol 0.446% w/v. Approved Indications: Antibacterial, anaesthetic relief from mouth and throat infections, including sore throat, and mouth and dental ulcers. Relieves discomfort associated with tonsillitis and pharyngitis. Contraindications: Hypersensitivity to local anaesthetics. Precautions: Do not exceed maximum dose or dilute spray. Caution in asthmatics. Be careful consuming hot foods or liquids after use. Adverse Effects: Taste disturbance. Rarely, hypersensitivity reactions. Directions: Adults and children over 12 years: Aim nozzle at back of the throat and spray 2 times. Children 6-12 years: Apply only 1 spray to the back of the throat. Repeat every 2 hours as required. Maximum 8 doses (16 sprays) every 24 hours. Do not inhale spray. Price Band: $10 - $20 Subsidy Conditions: Not subsidised Medicine Classification: General Sale Page 263

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    Index Common Disorders Acne--------

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