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Table 2 Prescribed medicines at baseline with ATC codes

From: Insufficient access to oral paediatric medicines in Ghana: A descriptive study

Suspension/syrup Number of prescriptions (%) (N = 622) Prescription ever registered in Ghana Prescription registered for oral paediatric use Availability on children EMLa ATC code [7]
Baclofen 12 (1.9) No -b No M03BX01
Captopril 15 (2.4) Yes No No C09AA01
Clonazepam 20 (3.2) No - No N03AE01
Digoxin 2 (0.3) Yes No Yes C01AA05
Domperidone 2 (0.3) Yes Yes No A03FA03
Enalapril 2 (0.3) Yes No Yes C09AA02
Folic acid 56 (9.0) Yes Yes Yes B03BB01
Furosemide 194 (31.2) Yes No Yes C03CA01
Hydroxyurea 16 (2.6) No - No L01XX05
Levetiracetam 2 (0.3) Yes No No N03AX14
Lamotrigine 6 (1.0) No - No N03AX09
Lisinopril 3 (0.5) Yes No No C09AA04
Metoclopramide 2 (0.3) Yes Yes Yes A03FA01
Nalidixic Acid 2 (0.3) Yes No No J01MB02
Nifedipine 4 (0.6) Yes No No C08GA02
Nitrofurantoin 3 (0.5) Yes   Yes J01XE01
Phenobarbitone 14 (2.3) Yes Yes Yes N03AA02
Prednisolone 2 (0.3) Yes Yes Yes H02AB06
Propranolol 50 (8.0) Yes Yes Yes C07BA05
Pyrimethamine 3 (0.5) No - Yes P01BD01
Ranitidine 2 (0.3) Yes   Yes A02BA02
Risperidone 7 (1.1) Yes No No N05AX10
Sildenafil citrate 13 (2.1) Yes No No G04BE03
Spironolactone 175 (28.1) Yes No Yes C03DA01
Sulfadiazine 3 (0.5) No - Yes J01EC02
Topiramate 3 (0.5) Yes - No N03AX12
Others 9 (1.4) - - - -
  1. aWHO Model Formulary for Children 2010. bThere was no information on product