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Formularies (Medicine)

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    • Formularies (Medicine)
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    • Drug formularies
    • Essential medicines lists
    • Formulary drug lists
    • Lists of essential medicines
    • Lists of formulary drugs
    • Lists of preferred drugs
    • Medical formularies
    • Preferred drug lists
    • Prescription drug formularies
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    • found: Work cat.: The national formulary, 1975.
    • found: British Columbia formulary for the use and guidance of physicians, hospitals and pharmacists, 1947.
    • found: South African medicines formulary, 2014.
    • found: NFI : National formulary of India, 2016, 2016.
    • found: Myanmar national formulary, 1998.
    • found: Nova Scotia. Health Services and Insurance Commission. Prescription drug formulary, 1982.
    • found: Uniform Medical Plan prescription drug formulary, Jan. 1, 2003.
    • found: MeSH browser, Apr. 20, 2017(Formularies. UF Drug Formularies; Essential Medicines List; Formularies, Drug; Preferred Drug List. SN Works that consist of lists of drugs or collections of recipes, formulas, and prescriptions for the compounding of medicinal preparations. Annotation: This heading is used as a Publication Type)
    • found: Reitz, J.M. ODLIS : online dictionary for library and information science, Apr. 20, 2017(formulary: Originally, a collection of formulas for the compounding and testing of medications. Today, a list of prescription drugs covered by a given pharmaceutical benefit plan. A national formulary is a list of medicines approved for prescription in a specific country, providing information about their chemical composition, description, selection, prescription, dispensing, and administration, and indicating which products are interchangeable. Compare with pharmacopoeia)
    • found: Glossary, viewed online Apr. 20, 2017(Formulary: A list of prescription drugs covered by a prescription drug plan or another insurance plan offering prescription drug benefits. Also called a drug list)
    • found: Formulary versus non-formulary prescription drugs, via Buettner Insurance Agency website, Apr. 20, 2017(Formularies are lists that have the insurance carriers preferred drugs. You can normally find both generic and brand name drugs in the formularies; formulary drug lists)
    • found:, Apr. 20, 2017(drug formulary: A list of approved prescription medications that the plan will cover and that will be distributed from affiliated pharmacies)
    • found: LCSH, Apr. 20, 2017(Dentistry--Formulae, receipts, prescriptions. UF Dental formularies, Dental prescriptions; Medicine--Formulae, receipts, prescriptions. UF Formularies, Medical; Medical formularies; Prescriptions. Also has unrelated heading: Formularies (Diplomatics). BT Diplomatics, Forms (Law))
    • found: Merriam-Webster dictionary online, Apr. 20, 2017(formulary plural formularies 1 : a collection of prescribed forms (as oaths or prayers). 2 : formula def. 1. 3 : a book listing medicinal substances and formulas; formula def. 1 : a : a set form of words for use in a ceremony or ritual; b : a conventionalized statement intended to express some fundamental truth or principle especially as a basis for negotiation or action)
    • found: OCLC, Apr. 20, 2017(in titles: drug formularies; hospital drug formularies; managed care drug formularies; neonatal drug formulary; Medicaid drug formulary; pediatric drug formulary; prescription drug formulary; primary care drug formulary; State Medicaid drug formularies; VA drug formulary; veterinary drug formulary)
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    • 2017-04-20: new
    • 2017-07-13: revised
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