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The amendments made by this order are as follows:
Article 2 adds a definition of the expression “aspirin equivalent” which occurs in a reference to the substance Aloxiprin in Table A in Schedules 1 and 2 to the principal order. This article also adds definitions of the expressions “enema” and “irrigation” which occur by virtue of the amendments made by this order to Schedule 3.
Article 3 adds certain substances to Tables A and B in Schedule 1 to the principal order (which lists substances used in medicinal products other than products the subject of a product licence of right, on general sale).
Article 4 deletes certain substances from Table A in Schedule 2 to the principal order (which lists substances used in medicinal products, the subject of a product licence of right, on general sale).
Article 4 also deletes the entry in Table A in Schedule 2 to the principal order relating to the substance listed as Sodium Polyhydroxyaluminium Monocarbonate Hexitol Complex and adds an entry in that Table for Alexitol Sodium, which is the British Approved Name for that substance, used in the list of names prepared in accordance with section 100 of the Medicines Act 1968.
Article 5, by amendments to Schedule 3 to the principal order, excludes from the general sale list and the automatic machines section of the general sale list medicinal products which are promoted, recommended or marketed for use as enemas or for the irrigation of wounds or the irrigation of the bladder, vagina or rectum.
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