Final January concessions revealed - on January 31

The Department of Health and Social Care announced its final list of drug price concessions for January - on the last day of the month.

The final update (below), revealed yesterday and published by the PSNC, comes after previous announcements on January 21 and 25.


Candesartan 8mg tablets 28 £4.57
Candesartan 16mg tablets 28 £4.22
Citalopram 40mg/ml oral drops sugar free 15ml £10.46
Clomipramine 10mg capsules 28 £1.95
Clomipramine 50mg capsules 28 £4.12
Desmopressin 200mcg tablets 30 £9.21
Glimepiride 4mg tablets 30 £3.52
Irbesartan 150mg tablets 28 £3.19
Irbesartan 300mg tablets 28 £3.58
Lercanidipine 20mg tablets 28 £4.98
Mefenamic acid 500mg tablets 28 £30.42
Metronidazole 400mg tablets 21 £9.23
Metoprolol 50mg tablets 28 £2.78
Naproxen 250mg gastro-resistant tablets 56 £9.52
Naproxen 500mg tablets 28 £12.60
Nebivolol 5mg tablets 28 £4.93
Nortriptyline 25mg tablets 100 £10.02
Ondansetron 4mg tablets 10 £8.78
Orlistat 120mg capsules 84 £26.40
Perindopril erbumine 8mg tablets 30 £3.10
Quetiapine 100mg tablets 60 £9.80
Quetiapine 200mg tablets 60 £25.77
Risperidone 1mg tablets 20 £4.69
Sevelamer 800mg tablets 180 £111.01
Telmisartan 80mg tablets 28 £8.30
Topiramate 100mg tablets 60 £20.96
Topiramate 50mg tablets 60 £11.50


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