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WHO Model Formulary for Children

World Health Organization WHO, (2010)

WHO Model Formulary for children based on the Second Model List of Essential Medicines for Children 2009. In 2007, the World Health Assembly passed a Resolution titled ‘Better Medicines for Children’. This resolution recognized the need for research and development into medicines for children, including better dosage forms, better evidence and better information about how to ensure that medicines for treating the common childhood diseases are given at the right dose for children of all ages. T


World Health Organization, (2008)

For each medicine the Formulary provides information on use, dosage, adverse effects, contraindications and warnings, supplemented by guidance on selecting the right medicine for a range of conditions

Formulación en farmacia pediátrica

Atienza Fernández, Manuela; Martínez Atienza, Juliana; Álvarez del Vayo, Concepción, Eds.: A. Madrid Vicente Ediciones, (2011)

Formulación en Farmacia Pediátrica es un manual de procedimientos que, mediante una rápida consulta, muestra la forma de preparar medicamentos de uso frecuente en pediatría, con fórmulas farmacéuticas adaptadas al niño no habituales en el mercado. Spanish National Formulary for Children, 4th Edition, 2011

British National Formulary

BMJ Publishing Group Ltd and Royal Pharmaceutical Society, (2014)

Countries with free access to BNF and BNF for Children on MedicinesComplete via HINARI Registered users of the BNF website are allowed free access to the core content of the latest edition of the BNF and BNF for Children on the MedicinesComplete website if they reside in England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man or any of the countries in the HINARI list of countries managed by the World Health Organisation WHO (see for details).

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