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Oct. 13
2014
grown by 578 Crores over Aug-14 & 1227 Crs over Sep -13. > The Seasonal spike seen in 2012 from July onwards, which > peaks in Sep/Oct and comes down in Nov, was not observed > last year due to DPCO / NLEM issues. Hence we are > entering a phase where on
We have > grown by 578 Crores over Aug-14 & 1227 Crs over Sep -13. > The Seasonal spike seen in 2012 from July onwards, which > peaks in Sep/Oct and comes down in Nov, was not observed > last year due to DPCO / NLEM issues. Hence we are > entering a phase where on low base of last year – the > growth rates are expected to be in strong double digits for > the next 3-4 months >
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Jul. 25
2014
The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority has fixed the prices Antidiabetic & Cardiovascular in respect of 108 non-scheduled formulation packs under Paragraph 19 of DPCO, 2013 in related Notification / order dated 10.7.2014 is given below :-
The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority has fixed the prices Antidiabetic & Cardiovascular in respect of 108 non-scheduled formulation packs under Paragraph 19 of DPCO, 2013 in related Notification / order dated 10.7.2014 is given below :-
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Jul. 31
2014
CLARIFICATION FOR REGULATION OF MEDICALCE
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Aug. 16
2014
PALOD DISTRIBUTORS NEW DPCO LIST
PALOD DISTRIBUTORS NEW DPCO LIST-LAST DATE 23.08.2014
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Aug. 14
2014
Sanofi > and MannKind announce global licensing agreement for > Afrezza® (insulin human) rapid-acting inhaled insulin
Sanofi > and MannKind announce global licensing agreement for > Afrezza® (insulin human) rapid-acting inhaled insulin
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Jul. 12
2014
Copies of Gazette Notifications for Ceiling Prices/retail price under DPCO, 2013
Copies of Gazette Notifications for Ceiling Prices/retail price under DPCO, 2013
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Jul. 11
2014
CLARIFICATION FOR REGULATION OF MEDICALCE
CLARIFICATION FOR REGULATION OF MEDICALCE
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Jul. 11
2014
KNOWLEDGE OF CHEMIST LAW
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Jul. 02
2014
CLARIFICATION TO ADVISORY ISSUDE ON 23.8.13
CLARIFICATION TO ADVISORY ISSUDE ON 23.8.13
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Jun. 25
2014
DRINK WATER ON EMPTY STOMACH
DRINK WATER ON EMPTY STOMACH It is popular in Japan today to drink water immediately after waking up every morning. Furthermore, scientific tests have proven its value. We publish below a description of use of water for our readers. For old and serious diseases as well as modern illnesses the water treatment had been found successful by a Japanese medical society as a 100% cure for the following diseases: Headache, body ache, heart system, arthritis, fast heart beat, epilepsy, excess fatness, bronchitis asthma, TB, meningitis, kidney and urine diseases, vomiting, gastritis, diarrhea, piles, diabetes, constipation, all eye diseases, womb, cancer and menstrual disorders, ear nose and throat diseases.
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Jun. 25
2014
Government likely to extend price caps to
The > government is likely to raise the number of drugs deemed > essential and > therefore subject to price caps to improve > affordability. >
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Jun. 19
2014
Anti-Diabetes drug mkt growing 20%
Anti-Diabetes drug mkt growing 20%
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Jun. 14
2014
Industry at 8.1% for May 14 -------- Is Recovery on the anvil???
Industry at 8.1% for May 14 -------- Is Recovery on the anvil???
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Jun. 09
2014
Chemists across Maharashtra surrender 4,958 licenses to FDA in 2013-14
Chemists across Maharashtra surrender 4,958 licenses to FDA in 2013-14
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May. 29
2014
FDA approves many drugs that predictably increase heart and stroke risk
FDA approves many drugs that predictably increase heart and stroke risk Posted: 27 May 2014 02:00 PM PDT The agency charged to protect patients from dangerous drug side effects needs to be far more vigilant when it comes to medications that affect blood pressure. Robert P. Blankfield, MD, MS, a clinical professor of family medicine, issues this call to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in an editorial published recently in an online edition of the Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Therapeutics; the print version of the article is expected to appear this autumn.
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Apr. 15
2014
: March 2014 grows at 3.9%......Volumes better in last Qtr & 2nd half......Sun* now commands 9.34% MS......Anti-Diabetics drives...Anti-Infectives in Red.....
: March 2014 grows at 3.9%......Volumes better in last Qtr & 2nd half......Sun* now commands 9.34% MS......Anti-Diabetics drives...Anti-Infectives in Red.....
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Mar. 21
2014
IMPLMENTAION OF THE DRUGS & COSMETICS DATE.30.08.13 REGARDING THE INCLUSION OF SCHEDULE H-1 UDNER THE DRUGS & COSMETICS RULES-1945-CLARIFICATION THERREON.
IMPLMENTAION OF THE DRUGS & COSMETICS DATE.30.08.13 REGARDING THE INCLUSION OF SCHEDULE H-1 UDNER THE DRUGS & COSMETICS RULES-1945-CLARIFICATION THERREON.
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Mar. 10
2014
Feb 2014.... Industry pegs 4.5%.......Sun continues to shine.....Anti-diabetic
Feb 2014.... Industry pegs 4.5%.......Sun continues to shine.....Anti-diabetic
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Mar. 05
2014
SCHEDULE H-1 DURGS LIST
SCHEDULE H1 DRUGS APPROXIMAE LIST
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Jan. 29
2014
Govt to hold wider consultations before deciding on making only registered pharmacist as wholesaler
Govt to hold wider consultations before deciding on making only registered pharmacist as wholesaler
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Jan. 11
2014
Notification no. G.S.R 588(E), dt. 30th August 2013 under which new Schedule H1 introduced
Notification no. G.S.R 588(E), dt. 30th August 2013 under which new Schedule H1 introduced
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Jan. 08
2014
REVIZED GAZETT ON PROXYVON
REVIZED GAZETT ON PROXYVON
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Jan. 08
2014
New technique targets specific areas of cancer cells with different drugs
New technique targets specific areas of cancer cells with different drugs
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Jan. 07
2014
REPACKAGED DRUGS MAY BE TAGGED NEW - Article in BUSINESS STANDARD
REPACKAGED DRUGS MAY BE TAGGED NEW - Article in BUSINESS STANDARD
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Jan. 04
2014
1_drug-traders-drug-companies-all-india-organisation
1_drug-traders-drug-companies-all-india-organisation
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Jan. 04
2014
Major Highlights for Month of November 2013:
November Month Highlights: Ø The IPM clocked 6291 Crs in November 2013 Ø The Indian Pharma Market grows at 6.9% for the month of November 2013 Ø Macleods becomes the 10th biggest company in IPM versus 11th of last month Ø Nov 13 Growth driver split shows positive on the parameter of Volume & New Introductions leadings to overall positive growths over Oct 12 Ø Corporates: Ø For the month of November 2013, amongst the top 10, Sun Pharma at 17.1% followed by Alkem* at 12.5% Ø 34 corporates have crossed the growth of IPM for the month of November 2013 amongst top 50 Ø Amongst the top 50 Corporates, Corona Remedies has the highest growth of 87.2% followed by Biocon at 49.6% & Ipca at 28.3% Ø Amongst the 11-20 ranked companies Glenmark shows high growth at 25.6% followed by Aristo* at 20.8% and USV at 20.6% Ø 29 out of top 50 Corporates have grown in double digits as compared to 13 corporates in Oct 2013 Ø Akumentis enters the 250 Crs Club, BMS enters the 100 Cr Club, Ø Indian V/S MNCs: Ø Indian companies have grown at 11.1% versus -5.1% for MNCs in Nov 2013 Ø Amongst the top 50 in MNCs AstraZeneca grew the highest at 20.0%, followed by Allergan at 16.5% & Merck at 12.1% Ø DPCO 2013 V/s Non DPCO 2013 Market: Ø The DPCO 2013 containing molecules market was at –8.6% whereas the non DPCO market grew by 9.5% resulting in an overall growth of 6.9% for November 2013 Ø The DPCO 2013 portfolio for GSK degrew at 31.8% & Ranbaxy degrew by 20.7%, whereas Sun Pharma had the least impact with its DPCO 2013 portfolio degrowing at 6.8% Ø The Unit Market grew positively after a long time
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Dec. 30
2013
Banned painkiller
Banned painkiller
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Dec. 23
2013
Indian scientists invent insulin pills for diabetics Kounteya Sinha, London The Times of India
Indian scientists invent insulin pills for diabetics Kounteya Sinha, London The Times of India
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Dec. 17
2013
Personalized vaccine for most lethal type of brain tumor shows promise
Personalized vaccine for most lethal type of brain tumor shows promise
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Dec. 14
2013
Torrent Pharma acquires Elder’s domestic business for Rs 2000 crore
Torrent Pharma acquires Elder’s domestic business for Rs 2000 crore
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Dec. 12
2013
How 'good cholesterol' stops inflammation
High-density lipoprotein (HDL), known colloquially as "good cholesterol", protects against dangerous deposits in the arteries. An important function of HDL is its anti-inflammatory properties. An international research team at the Institute of Innate Immunity at the University Hospital of Bonn and the LIMES Institute at the University of Bonn has identified a central switch by which HDL controls the inflammatory response.
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Dec. 05
2013
80% of medicines not covered by price control order
80% of medicines not covered by price control order
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Dec. 05
2013
: Article in Business standard - Govt flip-flop on pioglitazone hits sales
Industry experts, medical practitioners say post govt's suspension of drug, patients have become skeptical and now cautious while using
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Oct. 31
2013
International collaboration finds 11 new Alzheimer's genes to target for drug discovery
International collaboration finds 11 new Alzheimer's genes to target for drug discovery
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Sep. 16
2013
Aug Shocker ..... Growth at 1.1%...... Sun does well....DPCO 2013 impacts the market..... Clsoing stock days fall steeply resulting in low offtake
Dear All, In the month, where the rupee plunged to deepest of its lows, the pharma market has also had the growth shocker with the markets growing at 1.1% , which is the lowest in years of the market existence. The last low growth experienced in the market was in Nov 2012 with that month registering 4.3%. the anti-diabetic market grew a slight better than the previous month due to the lifting of ban on the pioglitazone & its combinations. We had also done analysis for the growth split amongst the Volumes, Price Growth & NI Growths till June 2013. Assuming the growths for the month of July & August 2013 that we have seen, we expect that the volumes would have gone into the negative for the first ever time in the history of the pharma market. The DPCO 2013 even though would have resulted in value erosion, but should have ideally resulted in volume increases, which in contrary to what is seen. The next few months would determine what would be the outlook for the next year.
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Aug. 30
2013
Single injection may revolutionize melanoma treatment
Single injection may revolutionize melanoma treatment
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Aug. 21
2013
NEW NOTIFICATION ON PLACIDA TAB& MEGAPOSE TAB
NEW NOTIFICATION ON PLACIDA TAB& MEGAPOSE TAB
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Aug. 17
2013
DPCO Impact on Jul 13 Growth
DPCO Impact on Jul 13 Growth
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Aug. 17
2013
FDA approves new drug to treat HIV infection
FDA approves new drug to treat HIV infection
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Aug. 09
2013
Pharmaceutical Companies Given 30 Days Extension for Ceiling Price Relabelling - See more at page-2
Pharmaceutical Companies Given 30 Days Extension for Ceiling Price Relabelling - See more at
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Aug. 09
2013
Pharmaceutical Companies Given 30 Days Extension for Ceiling Price Relabelling - See more at
Pharmaceutical Companies Given 30 Days Extension for Ceiling Price Relabelling - See more at
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Aug. 09
2013
GSK launches $50 million venture capital fund to invest in pioneering bioelectronic medicines and technologies
GSK launches $50 million venture capital fund to invest in pioneering bioelectronic medicines and technologies
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Aug. 06
2013
Centre against companies' move to sell old stocks at above-ceiling rates
Drug of war: Centre against companies' move to sell old stocks at above-ceiling rateS
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Aug. 03
2013
DPCO PRODCUT LIST OUR AGENCY LINE-P-6
DPCO PRODCUT LIST OUR AGNCY LINE PRODCUT
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Aug. 03
2013
DPCO PRODCUT LIST OUR AGENCY LINE-P-5
DPCO PRODCUT LIST OUR AGENCY LINE
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Aug. 03
2013
DPCO PRODCUT LIST OUR AGENCY LINE-P-4
DPCO PRODCUT LIST OUR AGENCY LINE
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Aug. 03
2013
DPCO PRODCUT LIST OUR AGENCY LINE-P-3
DPCO PRODCUT LIST OUR AGENCY LINE
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Aug. 03
2013
DPCO PRODCUT LIST OUR AGENCY LINE-P-2
DPCO PRODCUT LIST OUR AGENCY LINE
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Aug. 03
2013
DPCO PRODCUT LIST OUR AGENCY LINE-P-1
DPCO PRODCUT LIST OUR AGENCY LINE
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Aug. 02
2013
COMBIFLAM TAB PRICE NOTIFICATION-2
COMBIFLAM TAB PRICE NOTIFICATION-2
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Aug. 02
2013
COMBIFLAM TAB PRICE NOTIFICATION-1
COMBIFLAM TAB NOTIFICATION PAGE-1
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Aug. 02
2013
PIOGLUTAZONE HCL notification
PIOGLUTAZONE HCL notification- PAEGE-2
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Aug. 02
2013
PIOGLUTAZONE HCL notification
PIOGLUTAZONE HCL notification
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Aug. 01
2013
article from Pharmabiz Pharmabiz
The Union Health Ministry will take a final decision on revoking the ban on pain-killer analgin and anti-depressant deanxit even as the experts expressed reservations on the ban enforced without sufficient grounds.
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Jul. 06
2013
Our Agencies Line Prodcut Banned Drugs LIst
Dear All, Forwarding herewith the Notification regarding ban of Fixed dose combination of Flupenthixol + Melitracen . You are requested to stop the sale and if stcok of said drug is there, please commnicate to FDA immediately
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Jul. 06
2013
NPPA DECLARED NEW DRUGS PRICES
NPPA DECLARED NEW DRUGS PRICES ON 151 PRODCUT
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Jul. 06
2013
Celling Price on 151 prodcut
 .Dear All, The Ceiling Price announcement for 151 products has been announced on 17th Jun out of which PharmaTrac data analysis of 140 products is summarized below.
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Jun. 04
2013
DPCO PRODCUT LIST IN PALOD DISTRI.P-4
List of drugs which likely to be included in new Drug Price Control Order (DPCO)-2012 (latest dpco 2012)
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Jun. 04
2013
DPCO PRODCUT LIST IN PALOD DISTRI.P-3
List of drugs which likely to be included in new Drug Price Control Order (DPCO)-2012 (latest dpco 2012)
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Jun. 04
2013
DPCO PRODCUT LIST IN PALOD DISTRI.P-2
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Jun. 04
2013
DPCO PRODCUT LIST-IN PALOD DISTRIBUTIRS,JALGAON
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Jun. 01
2013
DPCO PRODCUT LIST
List of drugs which likely to be included in new Drug Price Control Order (DPCO)-2012 (latest dpco 2012)  List of drugs which likely to be included in new Drug Price Control Order (DPCO)-2012 (latest dpco 2012) 1. 25% Dextrose 2. 5-Amino salicylic Acid 3. 5-Fluorouracil 4. Acetazolamide 5. Acetyl Salicylic Acid 6. Acriflavin+Glycerin 7. Actinomycin D 8. Activated Charcoal 9. Acyclovir 10. Adenosine 11. Adrenaline Bitartrate 12. Albendazole 13. Albumin 14. Allopurinol 15. Alpha Interferon 16. Alprazolam 17. Aluminium Hydroxide + Magnesium Hydroxide 18. Amikacin 19. Amiodarone 20. Amitriptyline 21. Amlodipine 22. Amoxicillin 23. Amoxicillin+Clavulinic acid 24. Amphotericin B 25. Ampicillin 26. Anti-D immunoglobin (human) 27. Antitetanus Human immunoglobin 28. Artesunate (To be used only in combination with Sulfadoxine + Pyrimethamine) 29. Ascorbic Acid 30. Atenolol 31. Atorvastatin 32. Atracurium besylate 33. Atropine Sulphate 34. Azathioprine 35. Azithromycin 36. B.C.G Vaccine 37. Barium Sulphate 38. Beclomethasone Dipropionate 39. Benzathine Benzylpenicillin 40. Benzoin Compound 41. Benzyl benzoate 42. Betamethasone 43. Betamethasone Dipropionate 44. Betaxolol Hydrochloride 45. Bisacodyl 46. Bleaching Powder 47. Bleomycin 48. Bromocriptine Mesylate 49. Bupivacaine Hydrochloride 50. Busulphan 51. Calamine 52. Calcium carbonate 53. Calcium gluconate 54. Calcium Ipodate 55. Carbamazepine 56. Carbimazole 57. Carboplatin 58. Cefixime 59. Cefotaxime 60. Ceftazidime 61. Ceftriaxone 62. Cephalexin 63. Cetrimide 64. Cetrizine 65. Chlorambucil 66. Chloramphenicol 67. Chlorhexidine 68. Chloroquine phosphate 69. Chlorpheniramine Maleate 70. Chlorpromazine hydrochloride 71. Ciprofloxacin Hydrochloride 72. Cisplatin 73. Clindamycin 74. Clofazimine 75. Clomiphene citrate 76. Clopidogrel 77. Clotrimazole 78. Cloxacillin 79. Coal Tar 80. Codeine phosphate 81. Colchicine 82. Condoms 83. Co-Trimoxazole (Trimethoprim + Sulphamethoxazole) 84. Cryoprecipitate 85. Cyanocobalamin 86. Cyclophosphamide 87. Cyclosporine 88. Cytosine arabinoside 89. D.P.T Vaccine 90. Dacarbazine 91. Danazol 92. Dapsone 93. Daunorubicin 94. Desferrioxamine mesylate 95. Dexamethasone 96. Dexchlorpheniramine Maleate 97. Dextran-40 98. Dextran-70 99. Dextromethorphan 100. Diazepam 101. Diclofenac 102. Dicyclomine Hydrochloride 103. Didanosine 104. Diethylcarbamazine citrate 105. Digoxin 106. Dihydroergotamine 107. Diloxanide Furoate 108. Diltiazem 109. Dimercaprol 110. Diphtheria Antitoxin 111. Dithranol 112. Dobutamine 113. Domperidone 114. Dopamine Hydrochloride 115. Doxorubicin 116. Doxycycline 117. Efavirenz 118. EMLA cream 119. Enalapril Maleate 120. Enoxaparin 121. Erythromycin Estolate 122. Esmolol 123. Ethambutol 124. Ether 125. Ethinylestradiol 126. Ethinylestradiol + Levonorgesterol 127. Ethinylestradiol + Norethisterone 128. Ethyl Alcohol 70% 129. Etoposide 130. Factor IX Complex (Coagulation Factors II,VII, IX, X) 131. Factor VIII Concentrate 132. Famotidine 133. Fentanyl 134. Ferrous Salt 135. Filgrastim 136. Fluconazole 137. Flumazenil 138. Fluorescein 139. Fluoxetine hydrochloride 140. Flutamide 141. Folic Acid 142. Folinic Acid 143. Formaldehyde IP 144. Framycetin Sulphate 145. Fresh frozen plasma 146. Furosemide 147. Gemcitabine hydrochloride 148. Gentamicin 149. Gentian Violet 150. Glibenclamide 151. Glucagon 152. Glucose 153. Glucose with sodium chloride 154. Glutaraldehyde 155. Glycerin 156. Glyceryl Trinitrate 157. Griseofulvin 158. Haloperidol 159. Halothane with vaporizer 160. Heparin Sodium 161. Hepatitis B Vaccine 162. Homatropine 163. Hormone Releasing IUD 164. Hydrochlorothiazide 165. Hydrocortisone sodium succinate 166. Hydrogen Peroxide 167. Hydroxychloroquine phosphate 168. Hydroxyethyl Starch (Hetastarch) 169. Hyoscine Butyl Bromide 170. Ibuprofen 171. Ifosfamide 172. Imatinib 173. Imipramine 174. Indinavir 175. Insulin Injection(Soluble) 176. Intermediate Acting(Lente/NPH Insulin) 177. Intraperitoneal Dialysis Solution 178. Iodine 179. Iopanoic Acid 180. Ipratropium bromide 181. Iron Dextran 182. Isoflurane 183. Isoniazid 184. Isosorbide 5 Mononitrate/Dinitrate 185. Ispaghula 186. IUD containing Copper 187. Ketamine Hydrochloride 188. L- Asparaginase 189. Lamivudine 190. Lamivudine + Nevirapine + Stavudine 191. Lamivudine + Zidovudine 192. Leflunomide 193. Levodopa+ Carbidopa 194. Levothyroxine 195. Lignocaine 196. Lignocaine Hydrochloride 197. Lignocaine Hydrochloride + Adrenaline 198. Lithium Carbonate 199. Lorazepam 200. Losartan Potassium 201. Magnesium sulphate 202. Mannitol 203. Measles Vaccine 204. Medroxy Progesterone Acetate 205. Mefloquine 206. Meglumine Iothalamate 207. Meglumine Iotroxate 208. Melphalan 209. Mercaptopurine 210. Mesna 211. Metformin 212. Methotrexate 213. Methyl Cellulose 214. Methyl Ergometrine 215. Methyldopa 216. MethylPrednisolone 217. Methylrosanilinium Chloride (Gentian Violet) 218. Methylthioninium chloride (Methylene blue) 219. Metoclopramide 220. Metoprolol 221. Metronidazole 222. Miconazole 223. Midazolam 224. Mifepristone 225. Misoprostol 226. Mitomycin-C 227. Morphine Sulphate 228. Multivitamins (As per Schedule V of Drugs and Cosmetics Rules) 229. N/2 Saline 230. N/5 Saline 231. N-acetylcysteine 232. Naloxone 233. Nelfinavir 234. Neomycin + Bacitracin 235. Neostigmine 236. Nevirapine 237. Nicotinamide 238. Nifedipine 239. Nitrofurantoin 240. Nitrous Oxide 241. Norethisterone 242. Normal Saline 243. Nystatin 244. Ofloxacin 245. Olanzapine 246. Omeprazole 247. Ondansetron 248. Oral Poliomyelitis vaccine (LA) 249. Oral Rehydration Salts 250. Oxaliplatin 251. Oxygen 252. Oxytocin 253. Paclitaxel 254. Pantoprazole 255. Paracetamol 256. Penicillamine 257. Pentamidine Isothionate 258. Permethrin 259. Pheniramine Maleate 260. Phenobarbitone 261. Phenylephrine 262. Phenytoin Sodium 263. Phytomenadione 264. Pilocarpine 265. Piperazine 266. Platelet Rich Plasma 267. Polygeline 268. Polyvalent Antisnake Venom 269. Potassium Chloride 270. Potassium Permanganate 271. Povidone Iodine 272. Pralidoxime Chloride(2-PAM) 273. Praziquantel 274. Prednisolone 275. Prednisolone Acetate 276. Prednisolone Sodium Phosphate 277. Premix Insulin 30:70 injection 278. Primaquine 279. Procainamide Hydrochloride 280. Procarbazine 281. Promethazine 282. Propofol 283. Propranolol hydrochloride 284. Propyliodone 285. Protamine Sulphate 286. Pyrazinamide 287. Pyridostigmine 288. Pyridoxine 289. Pyrimethamine 290. Quinine sulphate 291. Rabies immunoglobin 292. Rabies Vaccine 293. Raloxifene 294. Ranitidine 295. Riboflavin 296. Rifampicin 297. Ringer Lactate 298. Ritonavir 299. Salbutamol sulphate 300. Salicylic Acid 301. Saquinavir 302. Sevoflurane 303. Silver Sulphadiazine 304. Sodium Bicarbonate 305. Sodium Iothalamate 306. Sodium Meglumine Diatrizoate 307. Sodium Nitrite 308. Sodium Nitroprusside 309. Sodium Stibogluconate 310. Sodium Thiosulphate 311. Sodium Valproate 312. Specific antisnake venom 313. Spironolactone 314. Stavudine 315. Stavudine+Lamivudine 316. Streptokinase 317. Streptomycin Sulphate 318. Succinyl choline chloride 319. Sulfadoxine + Pyrimethamine 320. Sulfasalazine 321. Sulphacetamide Sodium 322. Sulphadiazine 323. Tamoxifen Citrate 324. Terbutaline Sulphate 325. Testosterone 326. Tetanus Toxoid 327. Tetracaine Hydrochloride 328. Thiamine 329. Thiopentone Sodium 330. Timolol Maleate 331. Tramadol 332. Trihexyphenidyl Hydrochloride 333. Tropicamide 334. Tuberculin, Purified Protein derivative 335. Urokinase 336. Vancomycin Hydrochloride 337. Vecuronium 338. Verapamil 339. Vinblastine sulphate 340. Vincristine 341. Vitamin A 342. Vitamin D (Ergocalciferol) NOT vitamin D3 343. Warfarin sodium 344. Water for Injection 345. Zidovudine 346. Zidovudine+ Lamivudine+ Nevirapine 347. Zinc Oxide 348. Zinc Sulfate Currently following 70 drugs are under Drug price control order. List of Price Controlled Drugs (DPCO 1995) 1. SULPHAMETHOXAZOLE 2. PENICILLINS 3. TETRACYCLINE 4. RIFAMPICIN 5. STREPTOMYCIN 6. RANITIDINE 7. VITAMIN C 8. BETAMETHASONE 9. METRONIDAZOLE 10. CHLOROQUINE 11. INSULIN 12. ERYTHROMYCIN 13. VITAMIN A 14. OXYTETRACYCLINE 15. PREDNISOLONE 16. CEPHAZOLIN 17. METHYLDOPA 18. ASPIRIN 19. TRIMETHOPRIM 20. CLOXACILLIN 21. SULPHADIMIDINE 22. SALBUTAMOL 23. FAMOTIDINE 24. IBUPROFEN 25. METAMIZOL (ANALGIN) 26. DOXYCYCLINE 27. CIPROFLOXACIN 28. CEFOTAXIME 29. DEXAMETHASONE 30. EPHEDRINE 31. VITAMIN B1 (THIAMINE) 32. CARBAMAZEPINE 33. VITAMIN B2 (RIBOFLAVIN) 34. THEOPHYLLINE 35. LEVODOPA 36. TOLNAFTATE 37. VITAMIN E 38. NALIDIXIC ACID 39. GRISEOFULVIN 40. GENTAMICIN 41. DEXTROPROPOXYPHENE 42. HALOGENATED HYDROXYQUINOLINE 43. PENTAZOCINE 44. CAPTOPRIL 45. NAPROXEN 46. PYRENTAL 47. SULPHADOXINE 48. NORFLOXACIN 49. CEFADROXYL 50. PANTHONATES & PANTHENOLS 51. FURAZOLIDONE 52. PYRITHIOXINE 53. SULPHADIAZINE 54. FRAMYCETIN 55. VERAPAMIL 56. AMIKACIN SULPHATE * 57. GLIPIZIDE 58. SPIRONOLACTONE 59. PENTOXYFYLLINE 60. AMODIAQUIN 61. SULPHAMOXOLE 62. FRUSEMIDE 63. PHENIRAMINE MALEATE 64. CHLOROXYLENOLS 65. BECAMPICILLIN 66. LINCOMYCIN 67. CHLORPROPAMIDE 68. MEBHYDROLINE 69. CHLORPROMAZINE 70. METHENDIENONE 71. PHENYL BUTAZONE 72. LYNESTRANOL 73. SALAZOSULPHAPYRINE 74. DIOSMINE 75. TRIMIPRAMINE 76. MEFENAMIC ACID *
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Jun. 01
2013
DPCO PRODCUT LIST
List of drugs which likely to be included in new Drug Price Control Order (DPCO)-2012 (latest dpco 2012)  List of drugs which likely to be included in new Drug Price Control Order (DPCO)-2012 (latest dpco 2012) 1. 25% Dextrose 2. 5-Amino salicylic Acid 3. 5-Fluorouracil 4. Acetazolamide 5. Acetyl Salicylic Acid 6. Acriflavin+Glycerin 7. Actinomycin D 8. Activated Charcoal 9. Acyclovir 10. Adenosine 11. Adrenaline Bitartrate 12. Albendazole 13. Albumin 14. Allopurinol 15. Alpha Interferon 16. Alprazolam 17. Aluminium Hydroxide + Magnesium Hydroxide 18. Amikacin 19. Amiodarone 20. Amitriptyline 21. Amlodipine 22. Amoxicillin 23. Amoxicillin+Clavulinic acid 24. Amphotericin B 25. Ampicillin 26. Anti-D immunoglobin (human) 27. Antitetanus Human immunoglobin 28. Artesunate (To be used only in combination with Sulfadoxine + Pyrimethamine) 29. Ascorbic Acid 30. Atenolol 31. Atorvastatin 32. Atracurium besylate 33. Atropine Sulphate 34. Azathioprine 35. Azithromycin 36. B.C.G Vaccine 37. Barium Sulphate 38. Beclomethasone Dipropionate 39. Benzathine Benzylpenicillin 40. Benzoin Compound 41. Benzyl benzoate 42. Betamethasone 43. Betamethasone Dipropionate 44. Betaxolol Hydrochloride 45. Bisacodyl 46. Bleaching Powder 47. Bleomycin 48. Bromocriptine Mesylate 49. Bupivacaine Hydrochloride 50. Busulphan 51. Calamine 52. Calcium carbonate 53. Calcium gluconate 54. Calcium Ipodate 55. Carbamazepine 56. Carbimazole 57. Carboplatin 58. Cefixime 59. Cefotaxime 60. Ceftazidime 61. Ceftriaxone 62. Cephalexin 63. Cetrimide 64. Cetrizine 65. Chlorambucil 66. Chloramphenicol 67. Chlorhexidine 68. Chloroquine phosphate 69. Chlorpheniramine Maleate 70. Chlorpromazine hydrochloride 71. Ciprofloxacin Hydrochloride 72. Cisplatin 73. Clindamycin 74. Clofazimine 75. Clomiphene citrate 76. Clopidogrel 77. Clotrimazole 78. Cloxacillin 79. Coal Tar 80. Codeine phosphate 81. Colchicine 82. Condoms 83. Co-Trimoxazole (Trimethoprim + Sulphamethoxazole) 84. Cryoprecipitate 85. Cyanocobalamin 86. Cyclophosphamide 87. Cyclosporine 88. Cytosine arabinoside 89. D.P.T Vaccine 90. Dacarbazine 91. Danazol 92. Dapsone 93. Daunorubicin 94. Desferrioxamine mesylate 95. Dexamethasone 96. Dexchlorpheniramine Maleate 97. Dextran-40 98. Dextran-70 99. Dextromethorphan 100. Diazepam 101. Diclofenac 102. Dicyclomine Hydrochloride 103. Didanosine 104. Diethylcarbamazine citrate 105. Digoxin 106. Dihydroergotamine 107. Diloxanide Furoate 108. Diltiazem 109. Dimercaprol 110. Diphtheria Antitoxin 111. Dithranol 112. Dobutamine 113. Domperidone 114. Dopamine Hydrochloride 115. Doxorubicin 116. Doxycycline 117. Efavirenz 118. EMLA cream 119. Enalapril Maleate 120. Enoxaparin 121. Erythromycin Estolate 122. Esmolol 123. Ethambutol 124. Ether 125. Ethinylestradiol 126. Ethinylestradiol + Levonorgesterol 127. Ethinylestradiol + Norethisterone 128. Ethyl Alcohol 70% 129. Etoposide 130. Factor IX Complex (Coagulation Factors II,VII, IX, X) 131. Factor VIII Concentrate 132. Famotidine 133. Fentanyl 134. Ferrous Salt 135. Filgrastim 136. Fluconazole 137. Flumazenil 138. Fluorescein 139. Fluoxetine hydrochloride 140. Flutamide 141. Folic Acid 142. Folinic Acid 143. Formaldehyde IP 144. Framycetin Sulphate 145. Fresh frozen plasma 146. Furosemide 147. Gemcitabine hydrochloride 148. Gentamicin 149. Gentian Violet 150. Glibenclamide 151. Glucagon 152. Glucose 153. Glucose with sodium chloride 154. Glutaraldehyde 155. Glycerin 156. Glyceryl Trinitrate 157. Griseofulvin 158. Haloperidol 159. Halothane with vaporizer 160. Heparin Sodium 161. Hepatitis B Vaccine 162. Homatropine 163. Hormone Releasing IUD 164. Hydrochlorothiazide 165. Hydrocortisone sodium succinate 166. Hydrogen Peroxide 167. Hydroxychloroquine phosphate 168. Hydroxyethyl Starch (Hetastarch) 169. Hyoscine Butyl Bromide 170. Ibuprofen 171. Ifosfamide 172. Imatinib 173. Imipramine 174. Indinavir 175. Insulin Injection(Soluble) 176. Intermediate Acting(Lente/NPH Insulin) 177. Intraperitoneal Dialysis Solution 178. Iodine 179. Iopanoic Acid 180. Ipratropium bromide 181. Iron Dextran 182. Isoflurane 183. Isoniazid 184. Isosorbide 5 Mononitrate/Dinitrate 185. Ispaghula 186. IUD containing Copper 187. Ketamine Hydrochloride 188. L- Asparaginase 189. Lamivudine 190. Lamivudine + Nevirapine + Stavudine 191. Lamivudine + Zidovudine 192. Leflunomide 193. Levodopa+ Carbidopa 194. Levothyroxine 195. Lignocaine 196. Lignocaine Hydrochloride 197. Lignocaine Hydrochloride + Adrenaline 198. Lithium Carbonate 199. Lorazepam 200. Losartan Potassium 201. Magnesium sulphate 202. Mannitol 203. Measles Vaccine 204. Medroxy Progesterone Acetate 205. Mefloquine 206. Meglumine Iothalamate 207. Meglumine Iotroxate 208. Melphalan 209. Mercaptopurine 210. Mesna 211. Metformin 212. Methotrexate 213. Methyl Cellulose 214. Methyl Ergometrine 215. Methyldopa 216. MethylPrednisolone 217. Methylrosanilinium Chloride (Gentian Violet) 218. Methylthioninium chloride (Methylene blue) 219. Metoclopramide 220. Metoprolol 221. Metronidazole 222. Miconazole 223. Midazolam 224. Mifepristone 225. Misoprostol 226. Mitomycin-C 227. Morphine Sulphate 228. Multivitamins (As per Schedule V of Drugs and Cosmetics Rules) 229. N/2 Saline 230. N/5 Saline 231. N-acetylcysteine 232. Naloxone 233. Nelfinavir 234. Neomycin + Bacitracin 235. Neostigmine 236. Nevirapine 237. Nicotinamide 238. Nifedipine 239. Nitrofurantoin 240. Nitrous Oxide 241. Norethisterone 242. Normal Saline 243. Nystatin 244. Ofloxacin 245. Olanzapine 246. Omeprazole 247. Ondansetron 248. Oral Poliomyelitis vaccine (LA) 249. Oral Rehydration Salts 250. Oxaliplatin 251. Oxygen 252. Oxytocin 253. Paclitaxel 254. Pantoprazole 255. Paracetamol 256. Penicillamine 257. Pentamidine Isothionate 258. Permethrin 259. Pheniramine Maleate 260. Phenobarbitone 261. Phenylephrine 262. Phenytoin Sodium 263. Phytomenadione 264. Pilocarpine 265. Piperazine 266. Platelet Rich Plasma 267. Polygeline 268. Polyvalent Antisnake Venom 269. Potassium Chloride 270. Potassium Permanganate 271. Povidone Iodine 272. Pralidoxime Chloride(2-PAM) 273. Praziquantel 274. Prednisolone 275. Prednisolone Acetate 276. Prednisolone Sodium Phosphate 277. Premix Insulin 30:70 injection 278. Primaquine 279. Procainamide Hydrochloride 280. Procarbazine 281. Promethazine 282. Propofol 283. Propranolol hydrochloride 284. Propyliodone 285. Protamine Sulphate 286. Pyrazinamide 287. Pyridostigmine 288. Pyridoxine 289. Pyrimethamine 290. Quinine sulphate 291. Rabies immunoglobin 292. Rabies Vaccine 293. Raloxifene 294. Ranitidine 295. Riboflavin 296. Rifampicin 297. Ringer Lactate 298. Ritonavir 299. Salbutamol sulphate 300. Salicylic Acid 301. Saquinavir 302. Sevoflurane 303. Silver Sulphadiazine 304. Sodium Bicarbonate 305. Sodium Iothalamate 306. Sodium Meglumine Diatrizoate 307. Sodium Nitrite 308. Sodium Nitroprusside 309. Sodium Stibogluconate 310. Sodium Thiosulphate 311. Sodium Valproate 312. Specific antisnake venom 313. Spironolactone 314. Stavudine 315. Stavudine+Lamivudine 316. Streptokinase 317. Streptomycin Sulphate 318. Succinyl choline chloride 319. Sulfadoxine + Pyrimethamine 320. Sulfasalazine 321. Sulphacetamide Sodium 322. Sulphadiazine 323. Tamoxifen Citrate 324. Terbutaline Sulphate 325. Testosterone 326. Tetanus Toxoid 327. Tetracaine Hydrochloride 328. Thiamine 329. Thiopentone Sodium 330. Timolol Maleate 331. Tramadol 332. Trihexyphenidyl Hydrochloride 333. Tropicamide 334. Tuberculin, Purified Protein derivative 335. Urokinase 336. Vancomycin Hydrochloride 337. Vecuronium 338. Verapamil 339. Vinblastine sulphate 340. Vincristine 341. Vitamin A 342. Vitamin D (Ergocalciferol) NOT vitamin D3 343. Warfarin sodium 344. Water for Injection 345. Zidovudine 346. Zidovudine+ Lamivudine+ Nevirapine 347. Zinc Oxide 348. Zinc Sulfate Currently following 70 drugs are under Drug price control order. List of Price Controlled Drugs (DPCO 1995) 1. SULPHAMETHOXAZOLE 2. PENICILLINS 3. TETRACYCLINE 4. RIFAMPICIN 5. STREPTOMYCIN 6. RANITIDINE 7. VITAMIN C 8. BETAMETHASONE 9. METRONIDAZOLE 10. CHLOROQUINE 11. INSULIN 12. ERYTHROMYCIN 13. VITAMIN A 14. OXYTETRACYCLINE 15. PREDNISOLONE 16. CEPHAZOLIN 17. METHYLDOPA 18. ASPIRIN 19. TRIMETHOPRIM 20. CLOXACILLIN 21. SULPHADIMIDINE 22. SALBUTAMOL 23. FAMOTIDINE 24. IBUPROFEN 25. METAMIZOL (ANALGIN) 26. DOXYCYCLINE 27. CIPROFLOXACIN 28. CEFOTAXIME 29. DEXAMETHASONE 30. EPHEDRINE 31. VITAMIN B1 (THIAMINE) 32. CARBAMAZEPINE 33. VITAMIN B2 (RIBOFLAVIN) 34. THEOPHYLLINE 35. LEVODOPA 36. TOLNAFTATE 37. VITAMIN E 38. NALIDIXIC ACID 39. GRISEOFULVIN 40. GENTAMICIN 41. DEXTROPROPOXYPHENE 42. HALOGENATED HYDROXYQUINOLINE 43. PENTAZOCINE 44. CAPTOPRIL 45. NAPROXEN 46. PYRENTAL 47. SULPHADOXINE 48. NORFLOXACIN 49. CEFADROXYL 50. PANTHONATES & PANTHENOLS 51. FURAZOLIDONE 52. PYRITHIOXINE 53. SULPHADIAZINE 54. FRAMYCETIN 55. VERAPAMIL 56. AMIKACIN SULPHATE * 57. GLIPIZIDE 58. SPIRONOLACTONE 59. PENTOXYFYLLINE 60. AMODIAQUIN 61. SULPHAMOXOLE 62. FRUSEMIDE 63. PHENIRAMINE MALEATE 64. 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