Classification of Nexium Control 20mg Gastro-Resistant
- Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
- Part of:
- Patient safety
- First published:
- 2 July 2014
- Last updated:
- 27 January 2015, see all updates
This consultation has concluded
Detail of outcome
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has agreed to reclassify Nexium Control from a pharmacy (P) medicine to a general sales list medicine (GSL) in the UK for the short-term treatment of reflux symptoms (eg heartburn and acid regurgitation) in adults.
See the public assessment report for more information.
Detail of feedback received
This consultation ran from
This consultation (ARM88) welcomes views on proposals to classify Nexium Control 20mg Gastro-Resistant Tablets as a general sales list (GSL) product in the UK.
Consultation document, ARM88 - Nexium Control 20mg Gastro-Resistant Tablets - request to classify as GSL
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MHRA is asking for feedback on proposals to classify Nexium Control 20mg Gastro-Resistant tablets as a general sales list (GSL) product in the UK. The GSL classification summary and label and patient information leaflet as provided by the company are included in this document.
Published: 2 July 2014
Updated: 27 January 2015
- The responses to and outcome of this consultation have been published.
- First published.