Renal Shared Care Protocols/Policies


GP practices are only required to undertake blood monitoring for renal patients in exceptional circumstances. The renal physicians will contact the practice directly to arrange this. Excessive venopuncture may predispose patients to poor venous access later in treatment and should be avoided.

Listed below are the locally agreed renal shared care protocols. These documents should be completed by the renal consultants before sending to the prescribing GP.

new1-blue-25[1].gif[0713] Link opens in new windowAzathioprine oral - Review Date: January 2017 [Word 79KB]
new1-blue-25[1].gif[0714] Link opens in new windowCiclosporin oral - Review Date: January 2017 [Word 85KB]
new1-blue-25[1].gif[0715] Link opens in new windowCyclophosphamide oral - Review Date: January 2017 [Word 82KB]
new1-blue-25[1].gif[0716] Link opens in new windowMethotrexate oral - Review Date: January 2017 [Word 92KB]
new1-blue-25[1].gif[0717] Link opens in new windowMycophenolate Mofetil oral - Review Date: January 2017 [Word 84KB]
new1-blue-25[1].gif[0718] Link opens in new windowTacrolimus oral - Review Date: January 2017 [Word 89KB]

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