2013 Updated Paediatric ART Formulary list

The optimal formulary lists the 10 essential products required to provide WHO preferred and recommended 1st and 2nd line regimens for pediatric weight bands <35kg. Additionally, a list of 13 limited-use products is included to provide guidance for procurement of drugs needed in special clinical circumstances including the phase out of d4T, management of 3rd line patients, and other special circumstances. These lists are designed to serve as a model for programs seeking to simplify procurement of Pediatric ARV drugs while ensuring a stable global supply of medicines for children living with HIV.

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  • Sub-categories HIV/AIDS
  • Commodities Medicines
  • Latest update September 2013
  • Version Second
  • Developed by IATT
  • When to use The optimal formulary lists the 10 essential products required to provide WHO preferred and recommended 1st and 2nd line regimens for pediatric weight bands <35kg. Additionally, a list of 13 limited-use products is included to provide guidance for procurement of drugs needed in special clinical circumstances including the phase out of d4T, management of 3rd line patients, and other special circumstances. These lists are designed to serve as a model for programs seeking to simplify procurement of Pediatric ARV drugs while ensuring a stable global supply of medicines for children living with HIV.
  • Languages English
  • Level of use Central, District, Regional
  • Form http://www.emtct-iatt.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/IATT-Sept-2013-Updated-Paediatric-ART-Formulary-Report3.pdf
  • Amount of training / TA required No
  • Inputs & outputs
  • Cost free
  • Advantages easy selection of optimal medicines
  • Limitations none
  • Availability http://www.emtct-iatt.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/IATT-Sept-2013-Updated-Paediatric-ART-Formulary-Report3.pdf
  • Remarks
  • Downloadable files IATT Sept 2013 Updated Paediatric ART Formulary Report (3).pdf
  • Contact jerodrigues@unicef.org
  • Submission date 2014-04-10 22:39:48