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Drugs in Renal Disease

Lecture by Tony Sampson on prescribing drugs in patients with renal failure (incuding a bit on prescribing in liver disease)

Prescribing Guidance

FAO: Final year students Please find attached a revision guide with some generic tips regarding practical prescribing. The document should be self-explanatory but allows you an opportunity to practice this important skill before you are an FY1. While we are unable to discuss this year’s finals it has commonly been assessed in previous finals, it is the area that many students struggle to master so being familiar with a drug chart is important. It is also an area that every year we receive lots of questions about, this hopefully helps pre-empt them. It has therefore been sent out to all final year students for the last 3 years and we are sending it again this year for the same reasons. It is not however intended to replace any part of your training but to supplement it. If you have questions regarding prescribing please ask the teams in your attachments or during the revision course. We regret the Exams and assessment team, exam & year coordinators will be unable to answer individual queries from students, as stated please address these in your placements and revision course.

Southampton Student Formulary

Classified list of core drugs for Southampton medical students, based on the national student formulary from the clinical section of the BPS, with adaptations. This is an overall guide to the key drugs (and drug groups) prescribed by FY1/FY2 doctors. It does not absolutely define or restrict what is taught and it is subject to updating at any time. Also includes the Top 12 Drug Groups and the Top 40 Individual Drugs. See also the book "The Top 100 Drugs" by Hitchings, Lonsdale, Burrage & Baker (Churchill-Livingstone, 2015).

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