Chapter 15 - Anaesthesia

Formulary List for Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust (asper categories of the BNF)

BNF Chapter 15 Anaesthesia Formulary-Status Key
Indicates that the drug is avaialble as part of a shared care agreement
Indicates that the drug is available, by prior approval, to patients that meet NICE criteria
Indicates that the drug is only available from hospital(s)
traffic light pic Medicines with positive NICE TAs added to the formulary but awaiting local clarification on their place in therapy
Drug name Drugs shown in black are first line choices

Drugs shown in orange are second line choices

Chapter 15

Anaesthesia

  Status

Joint Walsall Formulary

NICE clinical guidance or technology appraisal

Type of drug

Name of drug

 

Not available

Not available

GENERAL ANAESTHESIA

       

Intravenous anaesthesia

Etomidate

Ketamine

Propofol

Thiopental

hospital

   

Inhalation anaesthesia

Desflurane

Halothane

Isoflurane

Sevoflurane

hospital

   

Antimuscarinic drugs

Atropine

Glycopyrronium

Hyoscun hydrobromide

hospital

   

SEDATIVE AND ANALGESICS

       

Benzodiazepines

Diazepam

Lorazepam

Midazolam

Temazepam

 

   

Non-opioid analgesics

Ketorolac

 

   

Opioid analgesics

Alfentanil

Fentanil

Remifentanil

 

   

NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING DRUGS

       

Non-depolarising neuromuscular blocking drugs

Atracurium

Rocuronium

Vecuronium

Pancuronium

Mivacurium

hospital

   

Depolarising neuromuscular blocking drugs

Suxamethonium

hospital

   

Drugs for reversal of neuromuscular blockade

Neostigmine

Glycopurronium/neostigmine

Sugammadex

hospital

   

CENTRAL AND RESPIRATORY DEPRESSION

Flumazenil

Naloxone

hospital

   

MALIGNANT HYPERTHERMIA

Dantrolene

hospital

   

LOCAL ANAESTHESIA

Bupivacaine

Levobupivacine

Lidocaine

Emla

Mepivacaine

Priocaine

Ropivocaine

Tetracaine

Ethyl chloride