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Immunosuppressive drugs

Author: Hon A/Prof Amanda Oakley, Dermatologist, Hamilton, New Zealand, February 2016.


Immunosuppressive drugs — codes and concepts
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Which are the immunosuppressive drugs?

The immunosuppressive drugs used in dermatology include:

Mildly immunosuppressive or immune-modulating drugs prescribed by dermatologists include:

New Zealand approved datasheets are the official source of information for these prescription medicines, including approved uses and risk information. Check the individual New Zealand datasheet on the Medsafe website.

If you are not based in New Zealand, we suggest you refer to your national drug approval agency for further information about medicines (eg, the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration and the US Food and Drug Administration) or a national or state-approved formulary (eg, the New Zealand Formulary and New Zealand Formulary for Children and the British National Formulary and British National Formulary for Children).

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