Concessionary Prices Update: February 2017

The following products have been granted concessionary prices for February 2017:

• Amitriptyline 50mg tablets (28) £3.50
• Buspirone 5mg tablets (30) £17.50
• Candesartan 2mg tablets (7) £2.25
• Dapsone 50mg tablets (28) £46.19
• Exemestane 25mg tablets (30) £12.60
• Flecainide 50mg tablets (60) £11.57
• Flecainide 100mg tablets (60) £16.53
• Glibenclamide 5mg tablets (28) £2.49
• Leflunomide 10mg tablets (30) £7.79
• Leflunomide 20mg tablets (30) £9.03
• Lorazepam 1mg tablets (28) £5.71
• Mirtazapine 15mg tablets (28) £5.45
• Mirtazapine 30mg tablets (28) £1.61
• Mirtazapine 45mg tablets (28) £5.95
• Naratriptan 2.5mg tablets (6) £23.00
• Nitrofurantoin 50mg tablets (28) £17.50
• Nitrofurantoin 100mg tablets (28) £16.80
• Oxazepam 10mg tablets (28) £7.97
• Oxazepam 15mg tablets (28) £7.97
• Ropinirole 0.5mg tablets (28) £15.50
• Ropinirole 1mg tablets (84) £56.71
• Ropinirole 2mg tablets (28) £22.25
• Ropinirole 5mg tablets (84) £165.00
• Spironolactone 50mg tablets (28) £5.20
• Valsartan 40mg capsules (28) £4.72
• Valsartan 80mg capsules (28) £5.55
• Valsartan 160mg capsules (28) £5.20
• Zolmitriptan 2.5mg tablets (6) £15.30

Concessionary prices can continue to be granted up until the end of the month.

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