netFormulary NHS Crawley and NHS Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG NHS
 Formulary Chapter 25: A2 - Borderline (infant feeds,gluten free) - Full Section

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Numbers in brackets indicate counts of (Formulary items, Non Formulary items)
A2.03.01 Specialised formulas: Infant and child (0,0)
A2.05 Feed additives (0,0)
A2.05.01 Special additives for conditions of intolerance (0,3)
A2.05.02 Feed thickeners and pre-thickened drinks (1,0)
A2.06.01 Gluten-free foods (1,0)
Bread (0,0)
Loaves (0,0)
Baguettes, buns and rolls (0,0)
Speciality breads (0,0)
Cookies and biscuits (0,0)
Crackers, crispbreads, and breadsticks (0,0)
Flour mixes and xanthan gu (0,0)
Flour mixes (0,0)
Xanthan gum (0,0)
Pasta (0,0)
Pizza bases (0,0)
A2.06.01.01 Gluten and wheat-free foods (0,0)
A2.06.02 Low-protein foods (0,0)
Bread (0,0)
Cake, biscuits, and snacks (0,0)
Cereals (0,0)
Desserts (0,0)
Flour mixes and egg substitutes (0,0)
Pasta (0,0)
Pizza bases (0,0)
Savoury meals and mixes (0,0)
Spreads (0,0)
A2.07 Nutritional supplements for metabolic diseases (0,0)
Glutaric aciduria (type 1) (0,4)
Glucogen storage disease (0,1)
Homocystinuria or hypermethioninaemia (0,8)
Hyperlysinamia (0,2)
sovaleric acidaemia (0,3)
Maple syrup urine disease (0,12)
Methylmalonic or propionic acidaemia (0,4)
Other inborn errors of metabolism (0,8)
Phenylketonuria (0,27)
Tyrosinaemia (0,10)
Urea cycle disorders (other than arginase deficiency) (0,1)