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For example, medicines containing lignocaine will need to be dual labelled as 'lidocaine (lignocaine)'.

The Oracle Support Repository contains a number of bug fixes and critical security fixes that can be applied to existing Oracle Solaris 11 installations helping to ensure that systems run without a hitch in the data center.

Some changes are minor, for example changing a 'y' to an 'i', and will not affect how the ingredient name is pronounced. For these products, medicine labels will need to use both the old and new ingredient name for an additional three years after the end of the transition period (until 2023) to help consumers and healthcare professionals become familiar with the new name.Some websites and online applications require recent browsers in order to work properly, so you may be prompted to download a new browser or upgrade your browser from time to time.Newer browsers provide additional features and benefits such as web surfing security, tabbed browsing and faster web page uploads - to name a few.For most Internet users, your browser is your window to the Web.You use it to navigate to Web sites, and it displays those sites for you, allowing you to follow links and explore everything the web has to offer.Newer technologies tend to offer better performance, so we try to stay up-to-date with the newest versions of each system, and older versions must eventually become unsupported.

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