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 Formulary Chapter 13: Skin - Full Chapter
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13.06.01  Expand sub section  Topical preparations for acne
13.06.01  Expand sub section  Benzoyl peroxide and azelaic acid
Azelaic Acid (Skinoren)
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Benzoyl Peroxide (PanOxyl 2.5%/5%/10%l)
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Benzoyl Peroxide 5% with Clindamycin 1% (Duac Once Daily)
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13.06.01  Expand sub section  Topical antibacterials for acne
13.06.01  Expand sub section  Topical retinoids and related preparations for acne
13.06.01  Expand sub section  Other topical preparations for acne to top
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Azelaic Acid  (Finacae)

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Benzoyl Peroxide  (Acnecide)

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Benzoyl Peroxide  (Brevoxyl®)

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Benzoyl Peroxide with antimcrobials  (Quinoderm®)

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