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One hundred furosemide frusemide 40mg tablets listed for Category A ships only equivalent to 25—30 tablets per 10 crew.

Nil Glucagon injection 1mg Indication s: Hypoglycaemia Dose s: The second edition of the guide. Third Edition 40mg tablets recommended for both Category A and Category B ships irrespective of crew size. Furosemide tablets are not listed in the third edition of the Guide.

The recommended dose was up to 4 ampoules for delirium tremens. Severe psychotic hallucinations and delusions. Category A ships should carry one ampoule irrespective of crew size. Ten 10 chlorpromazine 25mg ampoules and 40 chlorpromazine 25mg tablets are recommended for Category B ships equivalent to 5 ampoules per 10 crew and 20 tablets per 10 crew.

Twenty eight 28 chlorpromazine 25mg tablets per 10 crew is recommended for Category B ships. Category A ships should carry 5 ampoules for 10—20 crew. There are no oral antipsychotics listed in the third edition of the Guide. Apply sparingly twice per day Existing recommendations: Category A ships should carry 2 tubes 20g—30g per 10 crew.

Five 5 chlorpromazine 25mg ampoules and 20 chlorpromazine 25mg tablets are recommended for Category B ships.

Five 5 chlorpromazine 25mg ampoules per 10 crew and 28 chlorpromazine 25mg tablets per 10 crew is recommended for Category A ships.

Third Edition Australian guidelines: Two 2 units of glyceryl trinitrate sublingual spray recommended for Category A vessels and 1 unit of glyceryl trinitrate sublingual spray recommended for Category B and C vessels equivalent to 1 unit per 10 crew for Category A.

Five 5 diclofenac 50mg suppositories are also recommended per 10 crew for Category A ships only. Ten diclofenac 50mg suppositories are also recommended per 10 crew for Category A ships only. Category A ships should carry 50 tablets per 10 crew. Forty 40 glyceryl trinitrate 0.

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Third Edition Ibuprofen mg tablets Indication s: B and C vessels. One hundred ibuprofen mg tablets per 10 crew recommended for Category A ships. Forty eight 48 ibuprofen mg or mg tablets recommended for Category A ships and 24 ibuprofen mg or mg tablets recommended for Category B ships equivalent to 12—16 tablets per 10 crew for Category A and 6—8 tablets per 10 crew for Category B ships.

The third edition lists acetylsalicylic acid and paracetamol. Five 5 lidocaine 5-ml ampoules per 10 crew recommended for both Category A and Category B ships.

This is equivalent to 3—4 ampoules per 10 crew. The literature review indicates that minor injuries such as lacerations are common on ships. One 1 unit of glyceryl trinitrate sublingual spray per 10 crew recommended for both Category A and Category B vessels.

Nil Loperamide 2mg tablets Indication s: Local anaesthesia Dose s: Up to mg 4 ampoules Existing recommendations: Twelve 12 lidocaine lignocaine 2-ml ampoules recommended for Category A ships only.

Glyceryl trinitrate transdermal patches 5mg x 2 are also listed. The recommend dose for diarrhoea was one tablet every four hours 6 tablets per day. Both loperamide 2mg capsules and codeine phosphate 30mg tablets are listed for this indication. For Category A ships. Category A ships should carry 10 tablets for 10—20 crew and 20 tablets for 30—40 crew.

Codeine sulphate 30mg tablets are not included in the third edition of the Guide. Six 6 mebendazole mg tablets recommended for both Category A and Category B ships. Third Edition Dose s: Category A ships should carry 30 tablets per 10 crew. B and C ships.

Thirty 30 loperamide 2mg capsules per 10 crew are recommended for Category A. One hundred codeine sulphate 30mg tablets recommended for both Category A and Category B ships equivalent to approximately 25—30 tablets per 10 crew for Category A and 50 tablets per 10 crew for Category B ships.

Intestinal worm infections not tapeworms Dose s: If loperamide was used instead. Category A ships should carry 30 tablets for 10 crew. Third Edition Note: Trichinellosis is an extremely rare intestinal worm infection.

Nil Metronidazole mg tablets Indication s: Ulcerative colitis. No alternative product listed. Atenolol is given once daily compared to metoprolol which is given twice daily for most indications. Nil Metoprolol mg tablets Indication s: Atenolol is listed as an antihypertensive agent and 28 atenolol 50mg tablets are recommended for Category A ships only equivalent to approximately 14 per 10 crew.

Atenolol is listed as an antihypertensive agent and 28 atenolol 50mg tablets are recommended per 10 crew for Category A ships only.

Two hundred metronidazole mg tablets recommended for Category B ships equivalent to tablets per 10 crew. Topical antifungal Dose s: Apply twice daily. One g unit of benzoic acid compound ointment is recommended for Category A ships only equivalent to 1 treatment per 10 crew as each unit should be only used for one patient.

Twenty four 24 tinidazole mg tablets are also recommended for Category A ships equivalent to 12 tablets per 10 crew and 12 tinidazole mg tablets recommended for Category B ships equivalent to 6 tablets per 10 crew. Twenty 20 metronidazole 1g suppositories also listed for Category A ships only equivalent to 10 suppositories per 10 crew. Twenty one 21 metronidazole mg or mg tablets recommended per 10 crew for both Category A and Category B ships.

Forty two 42 metronidazole mg tablets recommended for Category A ships equivalent to 21 tablets per 10 crew and 21 metronidazole mg tablets for Category B ships equivalent to approximately 10 tablets per 10 crew. Metronidazole suppositories and tinidazole tablets are not included in the third edition of the Guide.

Five hundred metronidazole mg tablets recommended for Category A ships equivalent to — tablets per 10 crew. Ten 10 metronidazole 1g suppositories also recommended per 10 crew for Category A ships only. Five 5 diazepam rectal 10mg preparations are recommended for both Category A and Category B vessels.

Five 5 diazepam rectal 10mg preparations are recommended for both Category A and Category B ships. The maximum dose is 10mg. Three 3 15g units of benzoic acid compound ointment are recommended for Category A ships equivalent to 3 per 10 crew and 1 unit per 10 crew for Category B ships. Therefore this is equivalent to 2. Based on the recommended doses in the third edition of the guide. Therefore this is equivalent to 5 treatments per 10 crew. The maximum recommended dose of diazepam for seizures is 50mg or 5 ampoules over 60 minutes.

Therefore Category A ships would carry enough to treat approximately one patient at maximum doses per 10 crew. If women are on board it is also recommended to stock 2 clotrimazole mg pessaries for Category A ships equivalent to 2 treatments per 10 crew and 1 for Category B ships equivalent to 1 treatment to 10 crew.

Quantities should be doubled if women are on board the ship. Nil Misoprostol microgram tablets Indication s: Prevention of post-partum haemorrhage Dose s: Twenty 20 ampoules for Category A ships equivalent to 2—3 ampoules per 10 crew.

Ten 10 ampoules for Category A ships equivalent to 5 ampoules per 10 crew. Category A ships should carry 3 tablets irrespective of crew size. Given the indication. Category A ships should carry 10 ampoules for every 10 crew.

Sixty 60 tablets for Category A ships equivalent to 30 tablets per 10 crew. Codeine phosphate 30mg recommended. Five 5 ampoules for both Category A and B ships equivalent to 2. Nil Naloxone ampoules 0. The conversion between codeine and morphine was mg of oral codeine being equivalent to 30mg of oral morphine. No equivalent recommended.

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Six 6 ampoules for Category A ships only equivalent to 1 to 2 ampoules per 10 crew. Codeine is also used for diarrhoea in the Australian Guidelines. Only simple antacids recommended.

Nil Ondansetron tablets 4mg Indication s: Nil Omeprazole tablets 20mg Indication s: Cimetidine mg tablets recommended. The daily treatment dose of cimetidine was assumed to be mg per day. Four-hundred tablets for Category A ships equivalent to — tablets per 10 crew. Category A ships should carry 10 ondansetron 4mg tablets for 10—20 crew.

Sixty 60 tablets for Category A ships only equivalent to 30 tablets per 10 crew. Sixty 60 tablets for Category A ships only equivalent to 30 days treatment per 10 crew.

No other antacid is listed in the 3rd edition of the Guide. Category A ships should carry 30 omeprazole 20mg tablets for 10—20 crew. Prochlorperazine 5mg tablets recommended. Fifty 50 tablets for Category A and B ships irrespective of crew size. Prochlorperazine 3mg buccal tablets recommended. Cyclizine 50mg tablets listed.

Therefore Category A ships carry the equivalent of 24l and Category B 8l equivalent to 12l per 10 crew for Category A and 4l per 10 crew for Category B. Therefore both Category A and Category B ships carry 16—20l per 10 crew. Sachets are to be reconstituted with the appropriate volume of boiled. Nasal obstruction due to allergies or viral infection. It is assumed that each makes 1l. Each sachet is designed to be dissolved in 1l of water. Each sachet is designed to be dissolved in ml. Therefore 75 sachets would be required for 15l of oral rehydration solution.

One hundred and twenty sachets per 20 crew are held for Category A ships and 40 sachets are held for Category B ships.. Category C vessels hold 5l. Third Edition Notes: No other anti-emetics are listed in the 3rd edition of the Guide Shelf Life: Prevention and treatment of dehydration. Category A ships should carry 10 sachets for 10—20 crew. The third edition does not recommend any oral decongestant agent. Nil Paracetamol mg tablets Indication s: Pain and fever Dose s: Two tablets 1g four times a day maximum 8 tablets per day Existing recommendations: Category A ships should carry tablets approximately 70 to tablets per 10 crew and Category B ships tablets 75 tablets per 10 crew.

Category A ships should carry 4 units for 10 crew. Category A ships recommended to hold ephedrine 25mg tablets equivalent to 25—30 tablets per 10 crew. Ephedrine 0. Category A ships should carry tablets per 10 crew. Category A and Category B ships should carry tablets tablets per 10 crew. Category C ships were required to carry 50 tablets. At the recommended dose one tablet four times a day this would equate to 5—6 days treatment per 10 crew for Category A ships only.

Category A ships should carry tablets per 10 crew and Category B and C ships 50 tablets per 10 crew. Lindane also recommended for the treatment of scabies. The recommended holding was 12 x 60g tubes for Category A ships. Third Edition Shelf life: The alternative product listed is lindane cream. Category A ships should carry ml for 10—20 crew.

The third edition of the guide recommends separate treatment for head lice and scabies. Scabies Dose s: Disinection of skin and wounds Dose s: Category A ships should carry 2 bottles 30ml—ml per 10 crew. Lindane was also suggested for the treatment of head lice. The recommended holding of this is ml for Category A and Category B ships irrespective of crew size. Category A ships should carry g for 10—20 crew. It was recommended that Category A ships carry ml and Category B ships ml approximately —ml per 10 crew for Category A and ml per 10 crew for Category B.

The recommended holding of this is ml for Category A ships. The recommended skin disinfectant was iodine solution.

Category B ships were recommended to carry 2 x 30g 1 tube per 10 crew. Povidone iodine should be used sparingly and is generally not recommended by most wound specialists. Third Edition 10 crew and 1 tube per 10 crew for Category. Category A ships should carry 2 tubes for 10 crew and one additional tube for every additional 10 crew e.

There are no alternative antiseptic ointments recommended. Category A ships should carry 30 tablets for 10—20 crew and 60 tablets for 30—40 crew. Category A and B ships to carry 28 x 5mg tablets per 10 crew. Silver sulfadiazine cream is recommended for the treatment of burns. Minor wounds Dose s: This is equivalent to approximately 6 x 25mg per 10 crew. Nil Prednisone 25mg tablets Indication s: Acute asthma attack.

Category A and B ships to carry 60 prednisone 5mg tablets 30 x 5mg tablets per 10 crew. Usual dose 25mg to 50mg per day Existing recommendations: Nil Tetracycline eye ointment Indication s: Eye and ear infections Dose s: Applied to the eye every 4 to 6 hours.

Category A ships should carry one inhaler per 10 crew. Category A and B ships to carry one inhaler per 10 crew.

Acute asthma and anaphylaxis Dose s: Awo to four doses via spacer repeated every 10 minutes if necessary. Category A ships should carry 5 x 1litre infusions irrespective of crew size.

Category A ships carry 5 x 1litre and Category B ships 3 x 1litre approximately 2litre per 10 crew for Category A and B ships. Category A ships should carry two inhalers and Category B ships one inhaler one inhaler per 10 crew for Category A.

Category A ships should carry two inhalers and Category B one inhaler approximately one inhaler per 10 crew for Category A. Fluid replacement Dose s: Category A ships should carry 6 x 1litre and Category B ships 2 x 1litre approximately 2litre per 10 crew for Category A and 1litre per 10 crew for Category B ships.

Nil Sodium chloride 0. Only lists vitamin K for paediatric use one ampoule per ship regardless of crew size and for ships carrying hazardous cargo: Category A ships carry 5 tubes and Category B carry 2 tubes approximately 2 tubes per 10 crew for Category A ships. Category A ships should carry 2 tubes per 10 crew. Category A ships should hold 6 tubes and Category B ships 3 tubes approximately 2 tubes per 10 crew for Category A and B.

Category A ships should carry 2 ampoules irrespective of crew size. The alternative antibiotic eye ointment recommended is chloramphenicol eye ointment. Category A ships carry 4 tubes per 10 crew and Category B ships carry 1 tube per 10 crew.

Both the Australian and UK guidelines also list antibiotic eye drops and antibiotic ear drops. Category C ships were required to carry 1 tube. Reverse unwanted effects of warfarin or similar drugs e.

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The alternative antibiotic eye ointment recommended is framycetin eye ointment. Only lists vitamin K for paediatric use one ampoule per ship regardless of crew size. Category A ships should carry at least 60 zidovudine plus lamivudine tablets.

According to the third edition of the Guide. Twenty 20 ampoules for Category A ships. Third Edition Water for injection Indication s: Reconstituting parenteral medications Dose s: Category A ships hold 30 x 5ml ampoules. The only injection requiring water for injection in the third edition of the Guide is ceftriaxone.

HIV prophylaxis is not required for all needle-stick injuries and the treatment course would be stopped if a negative blood result for HIV is obtained.

Prophylaxis against HIV after needle-stick injury Dose s: One tablet twice a day for four weeks 56 tablets per course Existing recommendations: The second edition of the Guide and the Australian and UK guidelines do not provide quantities for zidovudine plus lamivudine tablets. Category A ships should carry 20 ampoules for 10 crew. Water for injection listed to reconstitute benzylpenicillin injections.

Protect irritated skin e. Category A and Category B ships should keep 1 x g unit irrespective of crew size. Category A ships hold 12 x 30g tubes and Category B and C ships. Category A ships should keep 1 x 25g tube of zinc oxide ointment irrespective of crew size. New South Wales.

Review-by date: Third Edition Acknowledgements: A refer to the category of ship that the notes relate to. Letters in brackets e. Category of ship.

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B carry benzyl penicillin No alternative recommended Hydrocortisone mg amp. Quantities are based on 20 crew for Category A unless otherwise marked.

Quantities are per 10 crew for Category A and B ships unless otherwise marked. The assumed duration of each trip is up to weeks. Herring SA. Occupational Medicine. Maritime and Coastguard Agency http: February Working M Group Ships Medicines. Maritime Health Emergencies. Maritime M and Coastguard Agency. Emergency medicine clinics of North America. American Journal of Emergency Medicine. Maritime Radio-Medical Services: The Singapore General Hospital Experience.

Anantharaman V. Towards Cooperation and Standardization Globally. Australian Maritime G Safety Authority. International Pharmaceutical Federation http: Basic Elements of Maritime Health Care. Snoots R. Journal of H Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Maritime Medicine. Third Edition References 1. Department of Health T and Human Services. August Jozwiak TJ.

Lucas R. This companion volume to the International Medical Guide for Ships provides essential guidance to all those who involved in the procurement. This volume contains recommended quantities.

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This volume contains recommended quantities, indications and dosing for 55 medicines listed in the International Medical Guide for Ships 3rd edition. Background 1 2. Scope of project 1 3. Methods 1 3.

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Chapter 2: Chapter 3: Chapter 4: Chapter 5:Codeine is also used for diarrhoea in the Australian Guidelines. Category A ships should carry ml for 10—20 crew. B and C ships. Category A ships should carry 28 tablets approximately 7 to 10 tablets per 10 crew and Category B ships 14 tablets. Naval medicine. Category A and Category B ships should carry tablets tablets per 10 crew. Third Edition Docusate with senna tablets Indication s: Eric Chew.

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