Concession prices agreed for sertraline
The antidepressant sertraline, widely reported to be affected by significant price rises since the Covid-19 pandemic began, has been added to the list of price concessions for April in PSNCâ€™s fourth update for the month.
A 28-pack of sertraline 100mg tablets now has a concessionary price of Â£14.07, while the same pack size of 50mg tablets has a concessionary price of Â£8.95.
These products are priced at Â£1.55 and Â£1.27 respectively in the April 2020 Drug Tariff.
The products in PSNCâ€™s fourth update for April are shown below. The full list of price concessions for the month to date can be seen on PSNCâ€™s website.
|Pack size||Price Concession|
|Aciclovir 400mg tablets||56||Â£3.32|
|Co-codamol 15mg/500mg tablets||100||Â£3.99|
|Frovatriptan 2.5mg tablets||6||Â£11.91|
|Ibuprofen 400mg tablets||24||Â£2.00|
|Ibuprofen 400mg tablets||84||Â£6.99|
|Mometasone 50micrograms/dose nasal spray||140 dose||Â£5.95|
|Paracetamol 250mg/5ml oral suspension sugar free||200ml||Â£4.27|
|Sertraline 100mg tablets||28||Â£14.07|
|Sertraline 50mg tablets||28||Â£8.95|
|Sulpiride 200mg tablets||30||Â£6.86|
|Tacrolimus 0.1% ointment||30g||Â£25.92|
|Valaciclovir 500mg tablets||10||Â£20.59|
|Tamoxifen 20mg tablets||30||Â£5.50|