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BNF

Backus-Naur Form. Originally Backus Normal Form.
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Though the British National Formulary (BNF) the Bible of medicines only lists four rare disorders of deficiency as an indication for its use while it gives many side-effects which were not included in the advertising literature.
Drug interaction--information, education, and the British National Formulary.
Officials at the British National Formulary (BNF), which is used by doctors, nurses and pharmacists for information on drugs, believe current labelling is unclear.
Experts also ordered that more copies of medicine manual the British National Formulary be put in every ward as this was one of the key issues that played a part in the deaths of Mr Richards and Mr Singh Sunner.
Experts also ordered that more copies of medicine manual the British National Formulary be put in every ward and clinic as this was one of the key issues that played a part in the deaths of Mr Richards and Mr Singh Sunner.
The British National Formulary lists the magnesium sulphate loading dose for eclampsia as 4 g IV over five to 15 minutes (5).
The British National Formulary [British National Formulary, 2006] places lignocaine in its unsafe drug list for individuals with porphyria, but then mentions that it is thought to be safe for use as a LA.
The British National Formulary (Joint Formulary Committee 2005) states that Syntocinon (which is a trade name for oxytocin) is used to prevent or control post-partum haemorrhage after delivery of the placenta by helping contraction of the uterus.
Mefloquine, which a recent issue of the British National Formulary has shown to have 50 side effects?
Tiger Balm is included in the British National Formulary a joint publication of the British Medical Association and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, and millions of jars are bought annually.
Indeed, the British National Formulary (BNF), the independent drug bible, states that the assumption that these compounds can promote expectoration in the sort of doses found in cough remedies "is a myth".
Such information differs significantly from the advice of the UK Committee on Safety of Medicines, included in the British National Formulary (BNF) which states, "The CSM has recommended that clomiphene should not normally be used for longer than 6 cycles (possible increased risk of ovarian cancer in patients treated for longer than recommended).

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