Recurrent oral ulcerations
PRODIGY Quick Reference Guide
Topical treatments to aid healing
© Independent nurse prescribers who have trained to prescribe from the extended formulary are able to prescribe these drugs for the treatment of aphthous ulcer.
For information on contraindications, cautions, drug interactions and adverse effects see the British National Formulary fwww.bnf.org) or the Medicines Compendium (www.medicines.org.uk).
For more information see the full text at: www.prodigy.nhs.uk/quidance.asp7gt = Aphthous ulcer Patient information leaflets (PILs) are available at: www.prodiqy.nhs.uk/PILs/index.asp