These PGDs conform to NICE standards for the provision of antibiotics by PGD. They allow for a complete travel service in allowing the provision of antibiotics to travellers leaving for remote locations with poor access to healthcare services. The PGDs allow for the provision of Ciprofloxacin at a dose of 500 mg for three days or Azithromycin at a dose of 1 g stat. The provision allows the dispensing of available patient packs.

Traveller’s Diarrhoea Information

About the PGD(s)

Treatments available:
Azithromycin 250/500mg Tablets.
Ciprofloxacin 250 mg Tablets.

Price: £39.00

  • The Traveller’s Diarrhoea includes the following resources

    Option of two NICE standard PGDs for the supply of Ciprofloxacin tablets 250mg and Azithromycin 250/500mg Tablets for providing coverage for travellers for the most common ailment associated with travel, for when they go to destinations without ready access to healthcare services. Due to antibiotic resistance PharmaDoctor recommends both PGDs are purchased, as the area of South East Asia has marked antibiotic resistance to ciprofloxacin in this condition. Both PGDs can be used in combination with kits such as those available through the Valneva and other suppliers.

All our PGD service packages come with free access to our 9-5 Monday to Friday clinical support and medical information line.


Why these PGDs

Traveller's diarrhoea is the most common ailment among travellers. For those running a travel service, the PharmaDoctor NICE standard PGDs offer a complete package for travellers to recognise symptoms and treat in areas where access to healthcare services is limited. Kits are available including those with patient instructions to identify travellers diarrhoea caused by bacterial infection, such as the kit available through Valneva.

Healthcare professionals interested in running travel health services can receive free training via NEVA training. A training platform exclusive to PharmaDoctor. PharmaDoctor offer the travel eTool, a PGD authorisation tool with an incorporated risk assessment, giving you the ability to run an entire travel clinic for £250/£199. Click here for details.


Adverse events should be reported. Reporting forms and information can be found at www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard. Adverse events should also be reported to the relevant pharmaceutical company.