Topical chloramphenicol usage in Australia pre- and post-rescheduling as a non-prescription medication – Supplementary Material
Chloramphenicol is the most commonly prescribed topical antibiotic in Australia. For the first time, we quantify the prescribing and dispensing rates for topical chloramphenicol before and after the rescheduling of chloramphenicol as a Schedule 3 (Pharmacist Only Medication, not requiring a written prescription, for ophthalmic use only) medication in Australia for the treatment of bacterial conjunctivitis (BC). We take into consideration other ophthalmic and non-ophthalmic uses for topical...[Show more]
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