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Medical Professionals in Indian Criminal Law

KEYWORDS:- MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE-

Indian Law Encyclopedia

Medical Professionals in Criminal Law

35. The criminal LAW has invariably placed the medical professionals on a pedestal different from ordinary mortals. The INDIAN Penal Code enacted as far back as in the year 1860 sets out a few vocal examples. Section 88 in the Chapter on General Exceptions provides exemption for acts not intended to cause death, done by consent in good faith for person’s benefit. Section 92 provides for exemption for acts done in good faith for the benefit of a person without his consent though the acts cause harm to a person and that person has not consented to suffer such harm. There are four exceptions listed in the Section which is not necessary in this context to deal with. Section 93 saves from criminality certain communications made in good faith. To these provisions are appended the following illustrations:- Section 88

A, a surgeon, knowing that a particular operation is likely to cause the death of Z, who suffers under a painful complaint, but not intending to cause Z’s death and intending in good faith, Z’s benefit, performs that operation on Z, with Z’s consent. A has committed no offence. Section 92

Z is thrown from his horse, and is insensible. A, a surgeon, finds that Z requires to be trepanned. A, not intending Z’s death, but in good faith, for Z’s benefit, performs the trepan before Z recovers his power of judging for himself. A has committed no offence.

A, a surgeon, sees a child suffer an accident which is likely to prove fatal unless an operation be immediately performed. There is no time to apply to the child’s guardian. A performs the operation in spite of the entreaties of the child, intending, in good faith, the child’s benefit. A has committed no offence. Section 93

A, a surgeon, in good faith, communicates to a patient his opinion that he cannot live. The patient dies in consequence of the shock. A has committed no offence, though he knew it to be likely that the communication might cause the patient’s death.

36. It is interesting to note what Lord Macaulay had himself to say about INDIAN Penal Code. We are inclined to quote a few excerpts from his speech to the extent relevant for our purpose from “Speeches and Poems with the Report and Notes on the INDIAN Penal Code” by Lord Macaulay (Houghton, Mifflin and Company, published in 1874).

“Under the provisions of our Code, this case would be very differently dealt with according to circumstances. If A kills Z by administering abortives to her, with the knowledge that those abortives are likely to cause her death, he is guilty of voluntary culpable homicide, which will be voluntary culpable homicide by consent, if Z agreed to run the risk, and murder if Z did not so agree. If A causes miscarriage to Z, not intending to cause Z’s death, nor thinking it likely that he shall cause Z’s death, but so rashly or negligently as to cause her death, A is guilty of culpable homicide not voluntary, and will be liable to the punishment provided for the causing of miscarriage, increased by imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years. Lastly, if A took such precautions that there was no reasonable probability that Z’s death would be caused, and if the medicine were rendered deadly by some accident which no human sagacity could have foreseen, or by some peculiarity in Z’s constitution such as there was no ground whatever to expect, A will be liable to no punishment whatever on account of her death, but will of course be liable to the punishment provided for causing miscarriage.

It may be proper for us to offer some arguments in defence of this part of the Code.

It will be admitted that when an act is in itself innocent, to punish the person who does it because bad consequences, which no human wisdom could have foreseen, have followed from it, would be in the highest degree barbarous and absurd.” (P.419)

“To punish as a murderer every man who, while committing a heinous offence, causes death by pure misadventure, is a course which evidently adds nothing to the security of human life. No man can so conduct himself as to make it absolutely certain that he shall not be so unfortunate as to cause the death of a fellow-creature. The utmost that he can do is to abstain from every thing which is at all likely to cause death. No fear of punishment can make him do more than this; and therefore, to punish a man who has done this can add nothing to the security of human life. The only good effect which such punishment can produce will be to deter people from committing any of those offences which turn into murders what are in themselves mere accidents. It is in fact an addition to the punishment of those offences, and it is an addition made in the very worst way.” (p.421)

“When a person engaged in the commission of an offence causes death by rashness or negligence, but without either intending to cause death, or thinking it likely that he shall cause death, we propose that he shall be liable to the punishment of the offence which he was engaged in committing, superadded to the ordinary punishment of involuntary culpable homicide.

The arguments and illustrations which we have employed for the purpose of showing that the involuntary causing of death, without either rashness or negligence, ought, under no circumstances, to be punished at all, will, with some modifications, which will readily suggest themselves, serve to show that the involuntary causing of death by rashness or negligence, though always punishable, ought, under no circumstances to be punished as murder.” (P.422)

37. The following statement of Law on criminal negligence by reference to surgeons, doctors etc. and unskilful treatment contained in Roscoe’s LAW of Evidence (Fifteenth Edition) is classic :

“Where a person, acting as a medical man, andc., whether licensed or unlicensed, is so negligent in his treatment of a patient that death results, it is manslaughter if the negligence was so great as to amount to a crime, and whether or not there was such a degree of negligence is a question in each case for the jury.” “In explaining to juries the test which they should apply to determine whether the negligence in the particular case amounted or did not amount to a crime, judges have used many epithets, such as ‘culpable,’ ‘criminal’, ‘gross’, ‘wicked’, ‘clear’, ‘complete.’ But whatever epithet be used and whether an epithet be used or not, in order to establish criminal liability the facts must be such that, in the opinion of the jury, the negligence of the accused went beyond a mere matter of compensation between subjects and showed such disregard for the life and safety of others as to amount to a crime against the State and conduct deserving punishment.” (p. 848-849)

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“whether he be licensed or unlicensed, if he display gross ignorance, or gross inattention, or gross rashness, in his treatment, he is criminally responsible. Where a person who, though not educated as an accoucheur, had been in the habit of acting as a man-midwife, and had unskilfully treated a woman who died in childbirth, was indicted for the murder, L. Ellenborough said that there was no evidence of murder, but the jury might convict of man-slaughter.” “To substantiate that charge the prisoner must have been guilty of criminal misconduct, arising either from the grossest ignorance or the most? criminal inattention. One or other of these is necessary to make him guilty of that criminal negligence and misconduct which is essential to make out a case of manslaughter.” (p.849)[ Jacob Mathew Versus State of Punjab and another AIR 2005 SC 3180 ]

 

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Bulk drug or Active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) means any pharmaceutical, chemical, biological or plant product including its salts, esters, isomers, analogues and derivatives, conforming to standards specified in the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 (23 of 1940) and which is used as such or as an ingredient in any formulation.

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ACTS

Essential Commodities Act, 1955 (10 of 1955)

Drugs (Prices Control) Order

REGULATOR

National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority

Policy
  • Uniform Code of Pharma Marketing Practices
  • Pharmaceutical Policy 2002
  • Drug Policy 1986
  • National Pharmaceutical Pricing Policy 2012
Schemes
Title Details
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Janaushadhi Scheme
Implementation of Scheme for Schedule M Compliance for SSI Pharma Units
Pharmaceutical Promotion Development Scheme
 

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SULPHAMETHOXAZOLE
PENICILLINS
TETRACYCLINE
RIFAMPICIN
STREPTOMYCIN
RANITIDINE
VITAMIN C
BETAMETHASONE
METRONIDAZOLE
CHLOROQUINE
INSULIN
ERYTHROMYCIN
VITAMIN A
OXYTETRACYCLINE
PREDNISOLONE
CEPHAZOLIN
METHYLDOPA
ASPIRIN
TRIMETHOPRIM
CLOXACILLIN
SULPHADIMIDINE
SALBUTAMOL
FAMOTIDINE
IBUPROFEN
METAMIZOL (ANALGIN)
DOXYCYCLINE
CIPROFLOXACIN
CEFOTAXIME
DEXAMETHASONE
EPHEDRINE
VITAMIN B1 (THIAMINE)
CARBAMAZEPINE
VITAMIN B2 (RIBOFLAVIN)
THEOPHYLLINE
LEVODOPA
TOLNAFTATE
VITAMIN E
NALIDIXIC ACID
GRISEOFULVIN
GENTAMICIN
DEXTROPROPOXYPHENE
HALOGENATED HYDROXYQUINOLINE
PENTAZOCINE
CAPTOPRIL
NAPROXEN
PYRENTAL
SULPHADOXINE
NORFLOXACIN
CEFADROXYL
PANTHONATES & PANTHENOLS
FURAZOLIDONE
PYRITHIOXINE
SULPHADIAZINE
FRAMYCETIN
VERAPAMIL
GLIPIZIDE
SPIRONOLACTONE
PENTOXYFYLLINE
AMODIAQUIN
SULPHAMOXOLE
FRUSEMIDE
PHENIRAMINE MALEATE
CHLOROXYLENOLS
BECAMPICILLIN
LINCOMYCIN
CHLORPROPAMIDE
MEBHYDROLINE
CHLORPROMAZINE
METHENDIENONE
PHENYL BUTAZONE
LYNESTRANOL
SALAZOSULPHAPYRINE
DIOSMINE
TRIMIPRAMINE

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Allied Health Professions in India

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Allied health professions generally indicate that they are health professions distinct from medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and nursing. The list of allied health professions includes but is not limited to the following disciplines:

 Audiology
 Behavioral health (counseling, marriage and family therapy etc.)
 Exercise physiology
 Nuclear medicine technology
 Medical Laboratory Scientist
 Dietetics
 Occupational therapy
 Optometry
 Orthoptics
 Orthotics and prosthetics
 Osteopathy
 Paramedic
 Podiatry
 Health Psychology/Clinical Psychology
 Physiotherapy
 Radiation therapy
 Radiography / Medical imaging
 Respiratory Therapy
 Sonography
 Speech pathology

Medical Degrees in India

Medical

ALLOPATHY MEDICAL DEGREES

GRADUATE

MBBS

PG DIPLOMA (WITH BASIC DEGREE AS MBBS) IN SPECIALTY/SUPER SPECIALTY
Diploma in Oto-Rhino-Laryngology
Diploma in Radio-Diagnosis
Diploma in Radio Therapy
Diploma in Medical Virology
Diploma in Occupational Health
Diploma in Ophthalmology
Diploma in Orthopaedics
Diploma in Public Health
Diploma in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Diploma in Psychological Medicine
Diploma in Radiation Medicine
Diploma in Sports Medicine
Diploma in Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases
Diploma in Tropical Medicine Health
Diploma in Dermatology, Venereology and Leprosy
Diploma in Venereology
Diploma in Paediatrics
Diploma – Aviation Medicine
Diploma in Cardiology
Diploma in Basic Medical Sciences (Anatomy)
Diploma in Basic Medical Sciences (Physiology)
Diploma in Basic Medical Sciences (Pharmacology)
Diploma in Maternity and Child Welfare
Diploma -Diploma V and D
Diploma in Medical Radioligy and Electrology
Diploma – Diploma in Pathology and Bacteriology
Diploma in Microbiology
Diploma in Path. and Bact.
Diploma in Industrial Health
Diploma in Allergy and Clinical Immunology
Diploma in Anesthesia
Diploma in Child Health
Diploma in Community Medicine
Diploma in Clinical Pathology
Diploma in Dermatology
Diploma in Diabetology
Diploma in Forensic Medicine
Diploma in Health Administration
Diploma in Hospital Administration
Diploma in Health Education
Diploma in Immuno-Haematology and Blood Transfusion
Diploma in Leprosy
Diploma (Marine Medicine)

POST GRADUATE DEGREE (WITH BASIC DEGREE AS MBBS) IN SPECIALTY

MD – Tropical Medicine
MD – Maternity and Child Health
MD – CCM
MD – Sports Medicine
MD-Transfusion Medicine
MD – Immuno Haematology and Blood Transfusion
Master of Public Health (Epidemiology) With basic degree as MBBS
MD – Anaesthesiology
MD – Aviation Medicine
MD – Bio-Chemistry
MD – Bio-Physics
MD – Forensic Medicine/Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
MD – General Medicine
MD – Community Health Administration
MD – Geriatrics
MD – Hospital Administration
MD – Lab Medicine
MD – Microbiology
MD – Nuclear Medicine
MD – Obstetrtics and Gynaecology
MD – Paediatrics
MD – Dermatology , Venereology and Leprosy
MD – Pharmacology
MD – Physiology
MD – Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
MD – Psychiatry
MD – Radiotherapy
MD – Social and Preventive Medicine / Community Medicine
MD – Venereology
MD – Pathology and Microbiology
MD – Emergency Medicine
MD – Family Medicine
MD – Radio Diagnosis/Radiology
MD – Aviation Medicine/Aerospace Medicine
MD – Rheumatology
MD – Palliative Medicine
MD/MS – Obstetrtics and Gynaecology
MS – Orthopaedics
MS – ENT
MS – General Surgery
MD/MS – Anatomy
MD/MS – Ophthalmology
Master of Hospital Administration (with basic degree as MBBS)
Master Degree in Applied Epidemiology (with basic degree as MBBS)
Master of Public Health (with basic degree as MBBS)

SUPER SPECIALTY DEGREE DM, MCH (with basic degree as MBBS)

DM – Neurology
DM – Rheumatology
DM – Endocrinology
DM – Clinical Immunology
DM – Pul. Med. and Critical Care Med
DM – Cardiac-Anaes.
DM – Haematology Pathology/Hematopthology
DM – Medical Genetics
DM – Organ Transplant Anaesthesia and Critical Care
DM – Critical Care Medicine
DM – Paediatric Hepatology
DM – Paediatric Neurology
DM – Neuro Anaesthesia
DM – Paediatric Nephrology
DM – Reproductive Medicine
DM – Infectious Disease
DM – Paediatric Oncology
DM – Geriatric Mental Health
DM – Paediatric Critical Care
DM – Paediatric Haematology Oncology
DM – Paediatric and Neonatal Anaesthesia
DM – Clinical Pharmacology
DM – Clinical Haematology
DM – Pulmonary Medicine
DM – Neuro Radiology
DM – Nephrology
DM – Neonatology
DM – Oncology
DM – Gastroenterology
DM – Cardiology
DM – Infectious Diseases
DM – Hepatology
DM – Immunology
DM – Pediatrics Gastroenterology
DM – Pediatrics Cardiology
M.Ch – Endocrine Surgery
M.Ch. – Hand and Micro Surgery
M.Ch. – Hand Surgery
M.Ch. – Head and Neck Surgery
M.Ch – Vascular Surgery
M.Ch – Cardio Thoracic Surgery
M.Ch – Cardio Thoracic and Vascular Surgery
M.Ch – Neuro Surgery
M.Ch – Paediatric Surgery
M.Ch – Plastic Surgery
M.Ch – Surgical Gastroenterology/G.I. Surgery
M.Ch – Surgical Oncology
M.Ch – Thoracic Surgery
M.Ch – Hepato Pancreato Biliary Surgery
M.Ch – Urology/Genito-Urinary Surgery
M.Ch – Gynaecological Oncology
M.Ch – Pediatric Cardio-Thoracic Vascular Surgery

FCPS Fellowship of the College of Physicians and Surgeons (WITH BASIC DEGREE AS MBBS)

F.C.P.S.(Medicine)
F.C.P.S.(Pathology)
F.C.P.S.(Surgery)
F.C.P.S.(Mid. and Gynae)
F.C.P.S.(Ophthalmology)
PDCC Post-Doctoral Certificate Courses (WITH BASIC DEGREE AS MBBS)
PDCC – Gastro-Radiology
PDCC – Cardiac-Anaesthesia
PDCC – Neuro-Anaesthesia
PDCC – Organ Transplant Anaesthesia
PDCC – Paediatric Endocrinology
PDCC – Critical Care Medicine
PDCC – Paediatric Gastroenterology
PDCC – Laboratory Immunology
PDCC – Infectious Diseases
PDCC – Nuclear Nephrology
PDCC – Renal Pathology
PDCC – Neuro-Radiology
PDCC – Aphaeresis Technology and Blood Component Therapy
PDCC – Pain Management
PDCC – Haemato-Oncology
PDCC – Paediatric Endocrinology
PDCC – Paediatric ENT
PDCC – Interventional Radiology
PDCC – Spine Surgery

ALLOPATHY DENTAL DEGREES

GRADUATE
B. D. S.

POST GRADUATE DEGREE/DIPLOMA

MDS – Prosthodontics and Crown and Bridge
MDS – Periodontology
MDS – Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
MDS – Conservative and Endodontics
MDS – Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopaedics
MDS – Oral Pathology and Microbiology and Forensic Odontology
MDS – Public Health Dentistry
MDS – Paediatric and Preventive Dentistry
MDS – Oral Medicine and Radiology

PG Diploma in Prosthodontics and Crown and Bridge

PG Diploma in Periodontology
PG Diploma in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
PG Diploma in Conservative and Endodontics
PG Diploma in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopaedics
PG Diploma in Oral Pathology and Microbiology and Forensic Odontology
PG Diploma in Public Health Dentistry
PG Diploma in Paediatric and Preventive Dentistry
PG Diploma in Oral Medicine and Radiology

AYUSH DEGREES

GRADUATE
B.A.M.S
B.H.M.S
BNYS (Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences
B.S.M.S
BTMS (Bachelor in Tibetan Medical System or Amchi Chikitsa Acharya)
B.U.M.S

POST GRADUATE

M.D. (Ayurved)
M.D. (Homoeopathy)
M.D. (Unani Medicine)
M.D. (Siddha)
Any other AYUSH Degree (only if recognised by Central/State Govt/Regulatory Council)

List of Medical Procedures in India

Medical

S No PROCEDURE NAME

OPD PROCEDURES

1 Dressings of wounds

2 Aspiration Plural Effusion – Diagnostic

3 Aspiration Plural Effusion – Therapeutic

4 Abdomil Aspiration – Diagnostic

5 Abdomil Aspiration – Therapeutic

6 Pericardial Aspiration

7 Joints Aspiration

8 Biopsy Skin

9 Removal of Stitches

10 Venesection

11 Sterl puncture

12 Injection for Haemorrhoids

13 Injection for Varicose Veins

14 Catheterisation

15 Dilatation of Urethra

16 Incision & Draige

17 Intercostal Draige

18 Peritoneal dialysis

GENERAL SURGERY

Operations on Edocrine system

19 Hemithyroidectomy

20 Resection Enucleation – Thyroid

21 Subtotal Thyroidectomy

22 Laproscopic Sub total Thyroidectomy

23 Isthmectomy

24 Laproscopic Isthmectomy

25 Partial Thyroidectomy

26 Total Thyroidectomy

27 Laproscopic Total Thyroidectomy

28 Total Thyroidectomy and Block Dissection

29 Laproscopic Thyroid Nodule Excision

30 Excision of Lingual Thyroid

31 Excision of Thyroglossal Cyst Fistula

32 Hemithyroplasty

33 Thyroplasty

34 Parathyroidectomy -Non Malignant

35 Excision of Parathyroid Adenoma/Carcinoma

36 Unilateral Adrenelectopmy in nonmalignant conditions

37 Bilateral Adrenalectomy in nonmalignant conditions

38 Laproscopic Adrenelectomy

Operations on Salivary gland

39 Parotid Duct Repair

40 Parotidectomy – Superficial

41 Parotidectomy – Total

42 Parotidectomy – Radical

43 Removal of Submandibular Salivary gland

44 Excision of Submandibular Lymphs –

45 Excision of Submandibular Mass + Reconstruction

46 Excision ofParotid Tumour

Oral Surgery

47 Partial Glossectomy

48 Hemiglossectomy

49 Total Glossectomy

50 Wedge Excision of Lip

51 ABBE Operation

52 Estlander Operation

53 Vermilionectomy

54 Excision of Large Growth from Tongue

55 Excision of Small Growth from Tongue

Operations on Head and Neck

56 Excision of Branchial Cyst

57 Excision of Branchial Sinus

58 Excision of Branchial Fistula

59 Excision of Carotid Body Tumours

60 Hemimandibulectomy

61 Segmental Mandible Excision

62 Mandibulectomy

63 Temporal Bone subtotal resection

64 Excision of Cervical Rib

65 Excision of Swelling in Right Cervical Region

66 Simple Mastectomy (Non Malignant)

67 Excision of the Maxilla

68 Laryngectomy with Block Dissection

69 Total Laryngectomy

70 Laryngo Pharyngectomy

71 Total Pharyngectomy & Reconstruction

72 Fibroptic examination of Larynx under LA

73 Excision of Cystic Hygroma -Extensive

74 Excision of Cystic Hygroma -Major

75 Excision of Cystic Hygroma Excision

76 Cheek Advancement

77 Block Dissection of Cervical Lymph Nodes

78 Modified Radical Neck Dissection

79 Tracheal Stenosis (End to end Anastamosis) (Throat)

80 Tracheoplasty (Throat)

81 Correction Surgery of Tracheo Oesophageal Fistula

Gastrodueodenal operations

82 Highly Selective Vagotomy

83 Selective Vagotomy drainage

84 Pyloroplasty & Vagotomy

85 Pyloroplasty

86 Gastrojejunostomy & Vagotomy

87 Surgical Management for Bleeding Peptic ulcer

88 Partial/Subtotal Gastrectomy with anastomosis to Esophagus for ulcer

89 Pyloromyotomy

90 Gastrostomy

91 Gastrostomy Closure

92 Surgical management of Duodenal perforation

93 Laproscopic Surgical treatment for Duodenal Perforation

94 Duodenal Diverticulum

95 Duodenectomy

96 Gastro jejuno Colic Fistula

97 Laproscopic GI bypass operation

98 Pancreato Duodenectomy

99 Oesophago Gastrectomy for mid 1/3 lesion

100 Oesophago Gastrectomy – Lower Corringers procedure

101 Oesophageal Intubation (Mausseau Barbin Tube)

102 Surgical Management for Achalasia Cardia -Transthoracic

103 Surgical Management for Achalasia Cardia- Abdominal

104 Gastroscopy

105 Gastric & Duodenal Biopsy (Endoscopic)

106 Simple Closure of Perforated peptic Ulcer

107 Duodenojejunostomy

108 Direct Operation on Oesophagus for Portal Hypertension

Operations on Small Intestine

108 Surgical treatment for Intususception

109 Surgical treatment for Acute Intestinal obstrucion

110 Surgical treatment for Acute Intestinal perforation

111 Surgical management For Haemorrhage of the Small Intestine

112 Surgical treatment For Recurrent Intestinal obstruction (Noble Plication Other)

113 Resection & Anastomosis Of Small Intestine(45.9)

114 Ileostomy

115 Ileostomy Closure

116 Excision Small Intestinal Fistulla

117 Excision of Benign Tumor -Small intestine

118 Excision of Meckel’s Diverticulum

119 Closure of Hollow Viscus Perforation

120 Operation for Gastrojejunal Ulcer

121 Laproscopic treatment For intestinal obstruction

122 Intestinal resection

Operations on Large Intestine

123 Surgical treatment for Mal-Rotation & Volvulus Of The Midgut

124 Surgical treatment for Volvulus of Large bowel

125 Surgical treatment for Duplication Of Intestines

126 Left Hemi Colectomy

127 Laproscopic Left Hemicolectomy

128 Right Hemi Colectomy

129 Laproscopic Right Hemi Colectomy

130 Total Colectomy

131 Laproscopic Total Colectomy

132 Colostomy Closure

133 Colocystoplasty

134 Loop Colostomy Transverse Sigmoid

135 Terminal Colostomy

136 Ilieotransverse Colostomy and related resection

137 Caecostomy

138 Ilieo Sigmoidostomy

139 Sigmoid Diverticulum

140 Caecopexy

141 Colon Transplant

Operations on Rectum and Anus

142 Pull Through Abdominal Resection

143 Anterior Resection of Rectum

144 Laproscopic Anterior Resection

145 Abdomino-Perineal Excision of Rectum

146 Rectovaginal fistula Management without Colostomy

147 Rectal Dilation

148 Prolapse Rectum – Theirch Wiring

149 Prolapse Rectum – Rectopexy

150 Laproscopic Rectopexy

151 Operations for Hirschsprungs Disease

152 Anorectoplasty

153 Fissurectomy

154 Fissurectomy and Haemorrhoidectomy

155 Fissurectomy with Eversion of Sac – Bilateral

156 Fissurectomy with Sphincterotomy

157 Sphineterotomy

158 Fistula in Ano – High Fistulectomy

159 Fistula in Ano – Low Fistulectomy

160 Haemorrhoidectomy

161 Stapler haemorrhoidectomy

162 Haemorrhoid – injection

163 Lords Procedure (haemorrhoids)

164 Papilloma Rectum – Excision

165 Haemorroidectomy+ Fistulectomy

166 Prolapse of Rectal Mass – Excision

167 Rectal polyp

168 Drainage of Ischio Rectal Abscess

169 Anal Dilatation

Operations on Liver,Pancreas

170 Surgical treatment For Hydatid cyst of Liver

171 Portocaval Anastomosis

172 Excision of liver Abscess

173 Laproscopic treatment of Pseudo Pancreatic cyst

174 Laproscopic Removal of hydatid cyst

175 Laproscopic whipples operation

176 Hepatic Resection (lobectomy)

Operations on Gall Blader

177 Cholecystectomy

178 Cholecystectomy With CBD Exploration (51.41)

179 Cholecystostomy

180 Cholecystectomy and Drainage of Liver abscess

181 Cholecystectomy with Excision of TO Mass

182 Pancreaticocystojejunostomy

183 Pancreaticocystogastrostomy

184 Repair Of CBD

185 Laproscopic CBD Exploration and Repair

186 Laproscopic Cholecystectomy With Gargrene

187 Laproscopic Cholecystectomy For Calculus

188 Laproscopic Cholecystectomy & CBD exploration

Operations on Spleen

189 Splenectomy For Hypersplenism

190 Splenorenal Anastomosis

191 Warren Shunt for Portal Hypertension

192 Laproscopic Splenectomy – For other Indications

193 Splenectomy – For Trauma

Operations on Appendix

194 Laproscopic Appendicectomy

195 Surgical treatment for Appendicular Perforation

196 Laproscopic Surgical treatment for Appendicular Mass-Abscess

197 Open Appendicectomy

198 Appendicular Abscess – Drainage

199 Adhenolysis + Appendicectomy

Operations on Abdomen -Hernia

200 Epigastric Hernia repair without Mesh

201 Epigastric Hernia repair with Mesh

202 Laproscopic Surgical treatment for Epigastric Hernia repair with Mesh

203 Unilateral Femoral Hernia repair

204 Laproscopic Surgical treatment for Unilateral Femoral Hernia Without Mesh

205 Laproscopic Surgical treatment for Unilateral Femoral Hernia With Mesh

206 Umbilical Hernia repair without Mesh

207 Umbilical Hernia repair with Mesh

208 Laproscopic umbilical hernia repair

209 Ventral And Scar Hernia repair without Mesh

210 Ventral And Scar Hernia repair with Mesh

211 Laproscopic Ventral Hernia Repair

212 Hiatus Hernia Repair – Abdominal

213 Hiatus Hernia Repair- Transthoracic

214 Laproscopic Surgical treatment for Hiatus Hernia With Mesh

215 Rare Hernias repair (Spigalion,Obuturator,Sciatic)

216 Herinoplasty without Mesh for Direct Inguinal Hernia

217 Herinoplasty with Mesh Direct Inguinal Hernia

218 Bilateral Inguinal Hernia repair

219 Unilateral Inguinal hernia repair

220 Laproscopic Inguinal Hernia repair

221 Laproscopic Surgical treatment for Incisional Hernia without Mesh

222 Laproscopic Surgical treatment for Incisional Hernia with Mesh

223 Incisional Hernia Repair

224 Laproscopic Paraumblical Hernia Repair

225 Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia

226 Herniorraphy and Hydrocelectomy Sac Excision

Operations on Breast

227 I & D of Breast Abscess

228 Breast Conservation Surgery

229 Unilateral Lumpectomy

230 Bilateral Lumpectomy

231 Radical mastectomy-formal or modified.

232 Segmental resection of breast

233 Excision Mammary Fistula

Operations on Scrotum

234 Hydrocelectomy + Orchidectomy

235 Orchidectomy -Unilateral

236 Epididymectomy

237 Epididymal Swelling -Excision

238 Epididymal Cyst

239 Evacuation of Scrotal Hematoma

240 Excision of Filarial Scrotum

241 Excision of Cyst over Scrotum

242 Excision of Scrotal Swelling (Multiple)

243 Fibro Lipoma of Right Sided Spermatic with Lord Excision

244 Hydrocelectomy

245 Hydrocelectomy+Hernioplasty

246 Excision of Hydrocele – Unilateral

247 Excision of Hydrocele – Bilateral

248 Dorsal Slit and Reduction of Paraphimosis

249 Laproscopic Excision of Varicocele Cyst

250 Surgical treatment for Fourniers Gangrene

251 Orchidectomy + Herniorraphy

252 Orchidopexy with Circumsion

253 Orchidopexy With Eversion of Sac

254 Orchidopexy with Herniotomy

255 Orchititis

256 Vasco Vasostomy

257 Ureterotomy

258 Vesicostomy

259 Vasectomy

Operations for Trauma

260 Surgical treatment for Minor Abdominal Injuries

261 Surgical treatment for Major Abdominal Injuries

262 Surgical treatment for Cut Throat Injury

263 Burst Abdomen Obstruction

264 Injury Of Superficial Soft Tissues

265 Secondary suture of wounds

266 Debridement of wounds

267 Suturing of wounds with local anesthesia

269 Suturing without local anesthesia

General operations

270 Retroperitoneal Tumor – Excision

271 Laproscopic Surgical treatment for Intra Abdominal Abscess

272 Treatment with Self Expanding Metalic Stent (SEMS)

273 Laproscopic-Lumbar Sympathectomy

274 Arteriovenous (AV) Malformation of Soft Tissue Tumour – Excision

275 Bakers Cyst – Excision

276 Bursa – Excision

277 Carbuncle back

278 Surgical treatment for Ingrowing Nail

279 Cervical Lymphnodes – Excision

280 Cystic Mass – Excision

281 Dermoid Cyst – Large – Excision

282 Dermoid Cyst – Small – Excision

283 Paronychia Drainage

284 Drainage of large Abscess

285 Drainage of Peripherally Gastric Abscess

286 Drainage of Psoas Abscess

287 Drainage of Subdiaphramatic Abscess

288 Pelvic Abscess – Open Drainage

289 Excision of Large Swelling in Hand

290 Excision of Small Swelling in Hand

291 Excision of Neurofibroma

292 Exicision of Sinus and Curetage

293 Fibroadenoma – Bilateral

294 Fibroadenoma – Unilateral

295 Fibroma – Excision

296 Foreign Body Removal in Deep Region

297 Fulguration

298 Fundoplication -Open

299 Ganglion – large – Excision

300 Ganglion (Dorsum of Both Wrist) – Excision

301 Ganglion – Small – Excision

302 Ganglion Sclerotherapy

303 Graham’s Operation

304 Granuloma – Excision

305 Growth – Excision

306 Nodular Cyst

307 Infected Bunion Foot – Excision

308 Cysto Reductive Surgery

309 Mesenteric Cyst – Excision

310 Mesenterico Caval Anastomosis

311 Oeshophagoscopy for foreign body removal

312 Phytomatous Growth in the Scalp – Excision

313 Sebaceous Cyst – Excision

314 Spindle Cell Tumor – Excision

315 Swelling in Rt and Lt Foot – Excision

316 Swelling Over Scapular Region

317 Umbilical Sinus – Excision

318 Aneurysm not Requiring Bypass Techniques

319 Aspiration of Empyema

320 Benign Tumour Excisions

321 Excision of Corns

322 Excision of Moles

323 Excision of Molluscumcontagiosum

324 Excision of Superficial lipoma

325 Excision of Superficial Neurofibroma

326 Abdomino Perioneal (Exomphalos)

327 Supra Pubic Drainage – Open

328 Abdominal open for stress incision

329 Superficial Varicosity

330 Phimosis Under LA

331 Trendal Burge Ligation and Stripping

332 Trendelenburg Operation

333 Ligation of Ankle Perforators

334 Excision Axillary Lymph Node

335 Excision of Inguinal Lymph Node

336 Excision Biopsy of Ulcers

337 Lymph Node Biopsy

338 Excision Biopsy of Superficial Lumps

339 Incision Biopsy of Growths/Ulcers

340 Trucut Needle Biopsy

341 Percutaneous Kidney Biopsy

342 Marrow Biopsy (Open)

343 Muscle Biopsy

344 Scalene Node Biopsy

345 Excision Biopsies

346 Exploratory Laparotomy

347 Excision of Pilonidal Sinus with closure

348 Radio ablation of varicose veins

349 Laser ablation of varicose veins

350 Varicose veins – injection

351 Excision of Warts

352 Excision of Veneral Warts

353 keloid excision

354 I/D Injection Keloid of Acne

355 Chemical Cautery (s)

356 Hyoid Suspension

357 Genioplasty

358 Flap Reconstructive Surgery

ENT Surgery

Ear

359 Labyrinthectomy

360 Facial Nerve Decompression

361 Temporal Bone Excision

362 Mastoidectomy

363 Mastoidectomy corticol module radical

364 Mastoidectomy With Myringoplasty

365 Mastoidectomy with tympanoplasty

366 Mastoidectomy plus Ossciculoplasty including TORP or PORP

367 Myringoplasty

368 Myringoplasty with Ossiculoplasty

369 Myringotomy – Bilateral

370 Myringotomy – Unilateral

371 Myringotomy with Grommet – One ear

372 Myrinogotomy with Grommet – Both ear

373 Ossiculoplasty

374 Partial amputation – Pinna

375 Preauricular sinus

376 Tympanoplasty

377 Otoplasty

378 Stapedectomy – Veingraft

379 Polyp removal ear

380 Aural polypectomy

381 Decompression sac

382 Fenestration

383 Vidian neurectomy – Micro

384 Ear lobe repair – single

385 Excision of Pinna for Growth (Squamous/Basal/ Injuries) Skin and Cartilage

386 Excision of Pinna for Growth (Squamous/Basal/ Injuries) Skin Only

387 Total Amputation & Excision of External Auditory Meatus

388 Total amputation of Pinna

389 Pure Tone Audiogram

390 Impedence with stepedeal reflex

391 SISI Tone Decay

392 Multiple hearing assessment test to Adults

393 Removal of foreign body From Ear

394 Syringing (Ear)

395 Cold Calorie Test for Vestibular function

396 Removal of Impacted Ear wax

Throat

397 Microlaryngeal Surgery

398 Phono Surgery For Vocal Cord Paralysis

399 Laryngo Fissurectomy

400 Laryngectomy in nonmalignant conditions

401 Surgical treatment for Laryngotracheal stenosis

402 Exision of Tumors In Pharynx

403 Exision of Parapharyngeal Tumour

404 Adenoidectomy – Gromet Insertion

405 Uvulo Palato – Pharyngoplasty

406 Uvulo-palatoplasty

407 Pharyngectomy and reconstruction

408 Adeno Tonsillectomy

409 Arytenoidectomy

410 Tonsillectomy + Myrinogotomy

411 Tonsillectomy – Bilateral

412 Tonsillectomy – Unilateral

413 Pharyngeal diverticulum’s – Excision

414 Oro Antral fistula

415 Parapharyngeal – Exploration

416 Parapharyngeal Abscess – Drainage

417 Pharyngoplasty

418 Release of Tongue tie

419 Retro pharyngeal abscess – Drainage

420 Peritonsillar abscess drainage under LA

421 Pharyngoplasty

422 Direct laryngoscopy including Biopsy under GA

423 Sub Mandibular Duct Lithotomy

Nose

424 Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

425 Excision of Benign tumours of Nose

426 Surgery for Angiofibroma

427 Endoscopic Surgery for Dacrocystitis

428 Bronchoscopy Foreign Body Removal from Oesophagus/Bronchous(98.15.2)

429 Antrostomy – Bilateral

430 Antrostomy – Unilateral

431 Caldwell – luc – Bilateral

432 Caldwell – luc- Unilateral

433 Skull base surgery

434 Ant. Ethmoidal artery ligation

435 Cryosurgery

436 Rhinorrhoea – Repair

437 Septoplasty + FESS

438 Ethmoidectomy – External

439 Intra Nasal Ethmoidectomy

440 Rhinotomy – Lateral

441 Nasal polypectomy – Bilateral

442 Nasal polypectomy – Unilateral

443 Choanal atresia

444 Turbinectomy Partial – Bilateral

445 Turbinectomy Partial – Unilateral

446 Radical fronto ethmo sphenodectomy

447 Septoplasty

448 Sinus Antroscopy

449 Submucos resection

450 Trans Antral Ethmoidectomy

451 Endoscopic DCR

452 Endoscopic Hypophysectomy

453 Intranasal Diathermy

454 Lateral Rhinotomy

455 Rhinosporosis

456 Septo-rhinoplasty

457 Rhinoplasty- Non-cosmetic

458 Styloidectomy – Both side

459 Styloidectomy – One side

460 Tonsillectomy + Styloidectomy

461 Commondo Operation

462 Ranula excision

463 Adventious Burse – Excision

464 Septoplasty + Functional Endoscopic Sinus (FESS)

465 Septal Perforation Repair

466 Removal of foreign body From Nose

467 Polyp removal under LA

468 Polyp removal under GA

469 FESS for Antrochoal polyp

470 FESS for Ethmoidal polyp

471 Yonges operation for Atrophic rhinitis

472 Vidian neurectomy for vasomotor Rhinitis

473 Antrum Puncture

474 Speech Discrimition Score

475 Speech Assessment

476 Speech therapy per session of 30-40 minutes

477 Cranio-facial resection

478 Endoscopic Hypophysectomy

479 Decompression of Orbit

480 Endolymphatic sac decompression

481 Diagnostic sal endoscopy under GA

482 Sal Packing-anterior

483 Sal Packing-posterior

Ophthalmology

Cornea and Sclera

484 Therapeutic Penetrating Keratoplasty

485 Corneal Patch Graft

486 Double Z-Plasty

487 Amniotic Membrane Graft for Cornea/Sclera (12.87.2)

488 Perforating corneo – Scleral Injury

489 Removal of Corneal foreign body

490 Cyanoacrylate /fibrin glue application for corneal perforation

Vitro – Retina

491 Vitrectomy

492 Vitrectomy – Membrane Peeling – Endolaser – Silicon oil or Gas – with or without belt buckling

493 Vitrectomy – Membrane Peeling- Endolaser

494 Vitrectomy Plus Silicon Oil Or Gas (14.75)

495 Removal Of Silicon Oil Or Gas post Vitrectomy

496 Monthly Intravitreal Anti-Vegf For Macular Degeneration – Per Injection (Maximum – 6)

497 Scleral buckle procedure for Retinal detachment

498 Photocoagulation for Retinopathy

499 Photocoagulation For Retinopathy Of Prematurity

500 Cryoretinopexy – Closed

501 Cryoretinopexy – Open

502 Cataract – Bilateral

503 Cataract – Unilateral

504 Cataract + Pterygium

505 Paediatric Cataract Surgery (Phacoemulsification IOL)

506 Glaucoma filtering surgery for paediatric glaucoma

Orbit

507 Socket Reconstruction

508 Dermis Fat Graft

509 Orbitotomy

510 Evisceration /Enucleation with Orbital implant

511 Decompression/Excision Of Optic Nerve Lesions

512 Surgical Management of Proptosis

Squint corection surgery

513 Rectus Muscle Surgery(Single)

514 Oblique muscle surgery

515 Rectus Muscle Surgery(Twohree)

Lid surgery

516 Lid Reconstruction surgery

517 Abscess Drainage of Lid

518 Small Tumour of Lid – Excision

519 Anterior Chamber Reconstruction

520 Canaliculo Dacryocysto Rhinostomy

521 Capsulotomy

522 Cyclocryotherapy

523 Cyst

524 Dacrocystectomy With Pterygium – Excision

525 Pterigium + Conjunctival Autograft

526 Dacryocystectomy

527 Exentration

528 Intraocular Foreign Body Removal

529 Lensectomy

530 Limbal Dermoid Removal

531 Membranectomy

532 Pterygium (Day care)

533 Radial Keratotomy

534 IRIS Prolapse – Repair

535 Iridectomy

536 Tumours of IRIS

537 Acid and alkali burns

538 Cauterisation of ulcer/subconjuctival injection – both eye

539 Cauterisation of ulcer/subconjuctival injection – One eye

540 Conjuntival Melanoma

541 Dacryocystectomy (DCY)

542 EKG

543 Epicantuhus correction

544 Epiliation

545 Laser inter ferometry

546 Acromion reconstruction

547 Subconjunctival/subtenon’s injections in one eyes

548 Subconjunctival/subtenon’s injections in both eyes

549 Conjunctival peritomy

550 Conjunctival wound repair or exploration following blunt trauma

551 Bandage contact lenses for corneal perforation

552 Keratoconus correction with therapeutic contact lenses

553 UV radiation for cross-linking for keratoconus

554 EDTA for band shaped keratopathy

555 Arcuate keratotomy for astigmatism

556 Re-suturing (Primary suturing) of corneal wound

557 Penetrating keratoplasty —- with glaucoma surgery

558 Penetrating keratoplasty — with vitrectomy

559 Penetrating keratoplasty —- with IOL implantation

560 DALK- Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty

561 Keratoprosthesis stage I and II

562 DSAEK- Descemet’s stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty

563 ALTK- Automated lamellar therapeutic keratoplasty

564 Probing and Syringing of lacrimal sac- in one eye

565 Probing and Syringing of lacrimal sac- in both eye

566 Dacryocystorhinostomy—Plain

567 Dacryocystorhinostomy—Plain with intubation and/or with lacrimal implants

568 Dacryocystorhinostomy—conjunctival with implant

569 Caliculoplasty

570 Punctal plugs for dry eyes

571 Refraction

572 Indirect ophthalmoscopy

573 Orthoptic check-up- with synoptophore

574 Lees’ charting or Hess’ charting

575 Orthoptic exercises

576 Pleoptic exercises

577 Perimetry/field test—Goldman

578 Perimetry/field test— automated

579 Fluorescein angiography for fundus or iris

580 Ultrasound A- Scan

581 Ultrasound B- Scan

582 Indocyanin green angiography

583 Corneal endothelial cell count with specular micropscopy

584 Corneal topography

585 Corneal pachymetry

586 Auto-refraction

587 Macular function tests

588 Potential acuity metry

589 Laser interferometry

590 OCT- Optical coherence tomography

591 HRT- Heidelberg’s retil tomogram

592 GDX— Nerve fibre layer alyzer

593 UBM- Ultrasound biomicroscopy

594 Non Contact tonometry

595 IOP measurement with schiotz

596 IOP measurement with applation tonometry

597 Three mirror examition for reti

598 90 D lens examition

599 Gonioscopy

600 Ptosis surgery with LPS resection

601 Ptosis surgery with Sling surgery

602 Cantholysis and canthotomy

603 Tarsorraphy

604 Suturing of lid lacerations

605 Lid retraction repair

606 Concretions removal

607 Bucket handle procedure for lid tumors

608 Cheek rotation flap for lid tumors

609 Enucleation

610 Evisceration

611 Evisceration with orbital implants and artificial prosthesis

612 Telecanthus correction

613 Orbital decompression

614 Exenteration

615 Exenteration with skin grafting

616 Fracture orbital repair

617 Retil laser procedures

618 Retil detachment surgery

619 Retil detachment surgery with scleral buckling

620 Buckle removal

621 Anterior retil cryopexy

622 Squint correction for one eye

623 Squint correction for both eyes

624 Trabeculectomy

625 Trabeculotomy

626 Trabeculectomy with Trabeculotomy

627 Trephition

628 Goniotomy

629 Glaucoma surgery with Glaucoma valves

630 Cyclocryotherapy

631 YAG laser iridotomy

632 YAG laser capsulotomy

633 ALT-Argon laser trabeculoplasty

634 PDT-Photodymic therapy

635 TTT- Transpupillary thermal therapy

636 PTK- Phototherapeutic keratectomy

637 Argon/diode laser for reti

638 Intralase application for keratoconus

639 EOG- electro-oculogram

640 VEP- visually evoked potential

641 Vitrectomy- pars pla

642 Intravitreal injections- of antibiotics

643 Intravitreal injections- of avastin

644 Intravitreal injections- of lucentis

645 X- Ray orbit

646 CT-orbit and brain

647 MRI- Orbit and brain

648 Dacryocystography

649 Orbital angio-graphical studies

650 ECCE with IOL

651 SICS with IOL

652 Phaco with foldable IOL (silicone and acrylic)/PMMA IOL

653 Pars pla lensectomy with/without IOL

654 Secondary IOL implantation- AC IOL PC IOL or scleral fixated IOL

655 Cataract extraction with IOL with capsular tension rings (Cionni’s ring)

656 Optic nerve sheathotomy

657 Iridodialysis repair or papillary reconstruction

658 Iris cyst removal

659 Lid Abscess incision and draige

660 Orbital Abscess incision and draige

661 Paracentesis

662 Scleral graft for scleral melting or perforation

663 Cyclodiathermy

664 Intraocular foreign body removal

665 Electrolysis

666 Botulinum injection for blepharospasm or squint

667 Ectropion correction

668 Entropion correction

669 Surgical treatment for Ankyloblepharon

670 Lagophthalmos correction

671 Surgery for Congenital dacrocystitis

672 Congenital NLD probing

673 External Dacryocysto rhinostomy

674 Fornix forming sutures

675 Surgical treatment for Symblepharon

676 Surgical treatment for Other disorders of iris and ciliary body

677 Removal of blood clot

678 Bandage contact lens with glue application

679 Cataract surgery phacoemulsification

680 Cataract surgery phacoemulsification +IOL

681 Excision of Benign neoplasm of Eye and Adnexa

682 Dermoid cyst excision

Gynaecology and Obstetrics

Ovary

683 Ovarian Cystectomy

684 Cyst Aspiration

685 Laparoscopic Overian cystectomy

686 Ovarectomy/Oophrectomy

687 Laparoscopic Oophrectomy

688 Laproscopic Salphingo-Oophorectomy

689 Surgical Management of Ovarian Tumours

690 Surgical Management of Tubal Ovarian mass

691 Staging laparotomy surgery for CA Ovary

Hysterectomy

692 Hysterectomy – Wertheims operation

693 Ablation of Endometrium + Hysterectomy – abdominal

694 Oophrectomy + Hysterectomy – Abdominal

695 Ovarian Cystectomy + Hysterectomy – Abdominal

696 Salpingoophrectomy + Hysterectomy – Abdominal

697 Hysterectomy (Abdominal and Vaginal) + Cystocele – Anterior Repair

698 Hysterectomy (Abdominal and Vaginal) + Salpingoophrectomy

699 Hysterectomy (Abdominal and Vaginal) + Cystocele – Anterior Repair + Perineal Tear Repair

700 Hysterectomy (Abdominal and Vaginal) + Cystocele – Anterior Repair + Perineal Tear Repair +

Salpingoophrectomy

701 Abdominal Hysterectomy

702 Vaginal Hysterectomy with repairs (UV Prolapse)

703 Radical Hysterectomy for Cancer cervix with pelvic lymphadenectomy

704 Hysterectomy with bilateral Salpingo Operectomy

705 Obstetric Hysterectomy (Atonic PPH,Traumatic PPH , Rupture-Rupture Uterus,Abnormal Placentation)

706 Caesarean Hysterectomy with Bladder Repair

707 Cesarean Hysterectomy

708 Vaginal Hysterectomy

709 Vaginal Hysterectomy With Pelvic Floor Repair(70.79)

710 Laproscopic Vaginal Hysterectomy

711 Total laparoscopic hysterectomy

712 Laparoscopic Sling Operations for prolapse uterus

713 Purandares Sling operations – Open

714 Shirodkar’s sling Operation for prolapse uterus

715 Other-Minor Operation Endometrial

716 Gilliams Operation

717 Laparoscopic Myomectomy

718 D&C ( Dilatation & curretage)

719 Hysteroscopic septal resection

720 Uterine septum

721 Polypectomy

722 Uterine Synechia – Cutting

723 Myomectomy – Abdominal

724 Ablation of Endometrium

725 Ablation of Endometrium + D&C ( Dilatation & curretage)

726 Ablation of Endometriotic Spot

727 Endometria to Endometria Anastomosis

728 Perforamtion of Uterus after D/E laprotomy and closure

729 Insertion of IUD Device

730 LNG-IUS (Levonorgestrene Intautrine system)

731 Inversion of Uterus – Vaginal Reposition

732 Inversion of Uterus – Abdominal Reposition

733 Open – Intra abdominal IUCD retrival

734 Lap – Intra abdominal IUCD retrival

735 Hysteroscopy Removal of IUCD

736 Hysteroscopy Removal of Septum

737 Surgery for Rupture Uterus with Tubectomy

738 Hysteroscopic submucus fibroid resection

739 Surgical Management of Endometriosis – Excision of Chocolate Cyst

Fallopian tubes

740 Conventional Tubectomy

741 Tuboplasty/Open Tubal Recanalisation

742 Laparoscopic Recanalisation

743 Salpingostomy

744 Hysteroscopic Tubal Cannulation

745 Laparotomy recannalization of Fallopian tubes-(Tubuloplasty)

746 Laparoscopic recannalization of Fallopian tubes-(Tubuloplasty)

747 Repair of Cystocele ,Rectocele &Perineorraphy(71.71)

748 Cystocele – Anterior Repair + Salpingoophrectomy

749 Surgical Management of Cystocoele – Repair

750 Perineal Tear Repair + Salpingoophrectomy

751 Cystocele – Anterior Repair + Perineal Tear Repair + Salpingoophrectomy

752 laparoscopic treatment for stress incontinence

753 Transvaginal tapes for Stress incontinence

754 Trans-obturator tapes for Stress incontinence

755 Mc Indoe’s operation For Vaginal Atresia

756 Abdominal Repair for Vault Prolapse

757 Laproscopic Sacrospinocolpopexy for vault prolapse

758 Abdominal Repair With Mesh for Vault Prolapse

759 Cyst -Vaginal Enucleation

760 Haemato Colpo/Excision – Vaginal Septum

761 Hymenectomy & Repair of Hymen

762 Vulval Tumors – Removal

763 Cervical Polypectomy

764 Cervical Biopsy

765 Cyst – Labial

766 Bartholin abscess I & D

767 Bartholin abscess I & D + Cyst -Vaginal Enucleation

768 Surgical Management of Cervical Tears

769 Vaginoplasty

770 Vulvectomy -Simple

771 Conisation of cervix

772 Trachhelectomy of cervix for early CA cervix

773 Laparoscopic VVF Repair

774 Abdominal VVF Repair

775 Vaginal VVF Repair

776 Vaginal Myomectomy

777 Vaginal Colpopexy

778 Surgical Management of Vaginal Tear

779 Surgical Treatment for Vulval Heamatoma

780 Manchesters Operation + Cervical amputation(67.4)

Obstetrics procedures

781 Normal Delivery

782 Nomal delivery with episiosty and perinial repair

783 Normal Vaginal Delivery with Epidural Anesthesia

784 Normal Vaginal Delivery In Rh-Negative Mother With Rh-Positive Baby

785 Normal Vaginal Delivery in Twins(Multiple pregnency)

786 Normal Vaginal Delivery HIV +ve Mother

787 Casearean delivery

788 Caesarean Section In Rh-Negative Mother With Rh-Positive Baby

789 Caesarean Section in Twins(Multiple pregnency)

790 Vacuum delivery

791 Assisted breech delivery

792 Surgical Management of Abruptio-Placenta with Coagulation Defects(Dic)

793 Complete perineal tear-repair

794 Exploration of perineal Haematoma & Repair

795 Exploration of PPH-tear repair

796 MTP- 1st Trimester

797 MTP – 2nd Trimester

798 MTP – For foetal anamolies + IUD

799 Incomplete Abortion + inevitable abortion Management

800 Surgical Management of Septic Abortion

801 Suction evacuation Missed abortion/ incomplete abortion

802 Balloon Temponade for PPH

803 Surgical Management of Ectopic pregnancy

804 Laparoscopic Ectopic Resection

805 Laparoscopic treatment of Ectopic pregnancy-salpingectomy/salpinostomy conservative

806 Low Forceps delivery

807 Low midcavity forceps delivery

808 Lower Segment Caesarean Section

809 Manual removel of Retained Plecenta

810 Management of Eclampsia with Complications Requiring Ventilatory Support

811 D&C ( Dilatation & curetage ) > 12 wks with prior IA approval

812 D&C ( Dilatation & Curretage) upto 12 wks

813 D&C ( Dilatation & curretage)upto 8 wks

814 Encirclage

815 Intra-uterine fetal blood transfusion

816 Adhenolysis + Cystocele – Anterior repair

817 Fimbriolysis

818 Laparoscopic Adhesiolysis

819 Electro Cauterisation Cryo Surgery

820 Fractional Curretage

821 Destructive operation

822 Laprotomy -failed laproscopy to explore

823 Repair of post coital tear, perineal injury

824 Shirodhkar Mc. Donalds stich

825 Perotionities

826 Cryo Surgery

827 Laparotomy-Peritonitis Lavage and Drainage

828 Laproscopic Broad Ligament Hematoma Drainage with repair

829 Exploration of abdominal Haematoma (after laparotomy + LSCS)

830 Gaping Perineal Wound Secondary Suturing

831 Gaping abdominal wound Secondary Suturing

832 Suction evacuation vesicular mole

833 Colpotomy

834 Excision of urethral caruncle

835 RVF Repair

836 Manchester Operation

837 Excision Vaginal Cyst/Bartholin Cyst

838 Excision Vaginal Septum

839 Laparoscopy -Diagnostic with chromopertubation and or adhesiolysis and drilling

840 Laparoscopy Sterilization

841 Colposcopy

842 Thermal ballon ablation.

843 ICSI

844 Laparotomy abdominal sacro-colpopexy

845 Laparoscopic abdominal sacro-colpopexy

846 Laparotomy pelvic Lymphadenectomy

847 Laparoscopic pelvic Lymphadenectomy

848 Endometrial aspiration cytology/biopsy

849 Interventional radiographic arterial embolization

850 Diagnostic cystoscopy

851 Internal Iliac ligation

852 Stepwise devascularisation

853 Hysteroscopy TCRE

854 Hysteroscopic FB removal

855 Sterilization Post partum (minilap)

856 Sterilization interval (minilap)

857 Fetal nuchal Translucency

Orthopaedics

Close reduction Fractures

858 Close Fixation – Hand Bones

859 Close Fixation – Foot Bones

860 Close Reduction – Small Joints

861 Closed Interlock Nailing + Bone Grafting

862 Closed Interlocking Intermedullary

863 Closed Interlocking Tibia + Orif of Fracture Fixation

864 Closed Reduction and Internal Fixation

865 Closed Reduction and Internal Fixation with K wire

866 Closed Reduction and Percutaneous Screw Fixation

867 Closed Reduction and Percuteneous Pinning

868 Closed Reduction and Proceed to Posterior Stabilization

869 Close Reduction of Fractures of Limb & P.O.P.

870 Internal Fixation Lateral Epicondyle

871 Closed reduction and internal fixation with K wire -Clavicle Surgery

Arthrodesis

872 Arthrodesis Ankle

873 Triple arthrodesis

874 Subtalar arthrodesis

875 Arthrodesis of Hip

876 Arthrodesis of Knee

877 Arthrodesis of Shoulder

878 Arthrodesis of Elbow

879 Arthrodesis of hand Small joint(81.27/81.28)

880 Arthrodesis of Wrist

881 Arthrodesis Of – Major Joints

882 Arthrodesis of – Minor Joints

Excision

883 Accessory bone – Excision

884 Patellectomy

885 Retrocalcaneal Bursa – Excision

886 Excision of Scaphoid

887 Excision of Radial head

888 Excision of Lower end Ulna

889 Bimalleolar Fracture Fixation

890 Calcaneal Spur – Excision of Both

891 Excision Or Other Operations For Scaphoid Fractures

892 High tibial osteotomy

Dislocation correction

893 Dislocation – Elbow

894 Dislocation – Shoulder

895 Dislocation- Hip

896 Dislocation – Knee

897 Closed reduction of Wrist dislocation

898 Closed reduction of Ankle dislocation

899 Close Reduction of Dislocations

900 Open reduction of Deep dislocations

Exostosis Surgery

901 Surgical Management of Exostosis of small joints

902 Surgical Management of Exostosis of long bones

903 Exostosis – Femur – Excision

904 Exostosis – Humerus – Excision

905 Exostosis – Radius – Excision

906 Exostosis – Ulna – Excision

907 Exostosis – Tibia- Excision

908 Exostosis – Fibula – Excision

909 Exostosis – Patella – Excision

Amputation

910 Amputation – Index Fingure

911 Amputation – Forearm

912 Amputation – Wrist Axillary Node Dissection

913 Amputation – 2nd and 3rd Toe

914 Amputation – 2nd Toe

915 Amputation – 3rd and 4th Toes

916 Amputation – 4th and 5th Toes

917 Amputation – Ankle

918 Amputation – Arm

919 Amputation – Digits

920 Amputation – Fifth Toe

921 Amputation – Foot

922 Amputation – Forefoot

923 Amputation – Great Toe

924 Amputation – Wrist

925 Amputation – Leg

926 Amputation – Part of Toe and Fixation of K Wire

927 Amputations – Below Knee

928 Amputations – Below Elbow

929 Amputations – Above Knee

930 Amputations – Above Elbow

931 Amputations – Forequarter

932 Amputations – Hind Quarter And Hemipelvectomy

Disarticulations

933 Disarticulations – Major joint

934 Disarticulations – Minor joint

935 Disarticulation at wrist level

936 Disarticulation at elbow level

937 Disarticulation at Shoulder level

938 Disarticulations at small joints Foot

939 Disarticulation at ankle level

940 Disarticulations at knee level

941 Disarticulation at Hip level

Joint replacement surgeries

942 Total Knee Joint Replacement

943 Total Shoulder Joint Replacement

944 Total Elbow Joint Replacement

945 Total Wrist Joint Replacement

946 Total finger joint replacement

947 Total Hip Replacement Revision Stage-I

948 Total Hip Replacement Revision Stage-II

949 Total Knee Replacement Revision Stage-I

950 Total Knee Replacement Revision Stage-II

951 Total Ankle Joint Replacement

Surgery on Muscle, Nerve ,Tendon and other soft tissue surgeries

952 Exploration and Ulnar Repair

953 Neurolysis / Nerve Suture

954 Nerve Repair With Grafting

955 Nerve Transplant/Release

956 Fasciotomy

957 Fasciotomy with skin graft with fixator

958 Fasciotomy with skin graft

959 Maxpage release for Volkmann

960 Adductor release

961 Skin Grafting

962 Synovectomy

963 Synovial Cyst – Excision

964 Tendo Achilles Tenotomy

965 Tendon Release

966 Tendon transfer procedure around ankle

967 Tendon transfer with graft

968 Multiple Tendon Repair

969 Tenolysis

970 Tenotomy

971 Anterior cruciate ligamentl reconstruction

972 Posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction

973 Knee Collateral Ligament Reconstruction

974 Wound Debridiment

975 Carpal Tunnel Release

976 Decompression of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

977 Dupuytren Contracture

978 Soft Tissue Operations for C.T.E.V.

979 Soft Tissue Operations for Polio

980 Soft Tissue Reconstruction Procedures For Joints/Osteotomy

981 Myocutaneous and Fasciocutaneous FlaP Procedures for Limbs

982 Tricepsplasty

983 Obturatorneurectomy

984 Hamstrings release

985 Quadricepsplasty

986 Bencarf Repair Shoulder

987 RC Repair

988 Biceps tenodesis

989 Distal biceps tendon repair

990 Capsulotomy of Shoulder

991 Soft Tissue Operations for Polio/ Cerebral Palsy

992 Release of Stiff Elbow

993 Release of Stiff knee

994 Surgical management Dequerenstenosynovities

995 Rotator cuff repair

996 Debridement & Closure – Major

997 Debridement & Closure – Minor

998 Sinus Over Sacrum Excision

999 Trigger Thumb

1000 Surgery for Brachial Plexus & Cervical Rib

1001 Anterolateral Clearance For Tuberculosis

1002 Meniscus Repair

1003 Arthroscopy . Operative Meniscectomy

Spine surgery

1004 Anterior & Posterior Spine Fixation

1005 Laminectomy Excision Disc and Tumours

1006 Antereolateral Decompression and Spil Fusion

1007 Scoliosis Surgery/ Deformity Correction of Spine

1008 Vertebroplasty

1009 Kyphoplasty

1010 Spinal Injections

1011 Mossmiami instrumentation for vertebral fractures

1012 Discectomy/ Micro Discectomy

1013 Cervical spine injury(skull traction) treatment

1014 Decompression and Spinal Fixation

1015 Decompression and Stabilization with Steffiplate

1016 Decompression L5 S1 Fusion with Posterior Stabilization

1017 Decompression Posteier D12+L1

1018 Decompression Stabilization and Laminectomy

1019 Costo Transversectomy(77.39)

1020 Spinal Ostectomy And Internal Fixations(78.59)

Arthoplasty

1021 Arthoplasty – Excision

1022 Hemiarthroplasty- Shoulder

1023 Bipolar hemiarthroplastyof Hip without cement

1024 Bipolar hemiarthroplasty of Hip with cement

1025 Arthroplasty Girdle Stone

1026 Arthroplasty of Femur head – Excision

Femur Surgery

1027 Fracture – Femoral neck – MUA & Internal Fixation

1028 Fracture – Femoral Neck Open Reduction & Nailing

1029 Plate Fixations for Fracture Neck Femur

1030 A.O.Compression Procedures for Fracture Neck Femur

1031 DHS for Fracture Neck Femur

1032 Proximal Femoral Nail (PFN for IT Fracture)

1033 Multiple Pinning Fracture Neck Femur

1034 Surgery for Avascular Necrosis Of Femoral Head (Core Decompression)

Reconstructive procedures

1035 Bone tumor surgery reconstruction with internal fixation(78.59)

1036 Corrective osteotomy Acetabulum

1037 Limb reconstruction system

1038 Reconstruction around Radial head

1039 Joint Reconstruction

1040 Acromioclavicular joint dislocation open reconstruction

1041 Accessory bone – Excision + Acromion reconstruction

1042 Congenital Ankle deformity correction

1043 CTEV (Congenital Talipes EquinoVarus) correction

1044 Leg Lengthening

1045 Reconstruction procedure for recurrent dislocation shoulder

1046 Excision of deep Bone Tumours and Re-Construction With Conventional Prosthesis

General procedures in Orthopaedics

1047 Open reduction & Internal Fixation Of Fingers & Toes

1048 Open Reduction of Small Joint

1049 Open Reduction with Phemister Grafting

1050 Open Reduction of Fracture Dislocation & Internal Fixation

1051 Reduction Of Compound Fractures & External Fixation(78.10)

1052 Bone Grafting As Exclusive Procedure

1053 Corrective Ostectomy & Internal Fixation – short bones

1054 Corrective Ostectomy & Internal Fixation – long bones

1055 Arthrography

1056 Diagnostic Arthroscopy

1057 Arthroscopy-therapeutic: without implant

1058 Arthroscopy-therapeutic: with implant

1059 Removal of Wires & Screw

1060 Removal of Plates/IL

1061 Tubular external fixator

1062 Drainage of Abscess Cold

1063 Long bone osteotomy with POP application & k-wires

1064 Long bone osteotomy with internal fixation

1065 Percutaneous – Fixation of Fracture

1066 Harrington Instrumentation

1067 Sequestrectomy&Saucerizations

1068 Sequestrectomy& bone grafting

1069 Arthrotomy and joint lavage

1070 Arthorotomy

1071 Arthrotomy + Synevectomy

1072 Drainage of acute osteomyelitis

1073 Ilizarov Ring Fixator Application

1074 Ilizarov fixator with joint arthrolysis

1075 Neglected CTEV. Jess Fixator

1076 Bone tumor curettage

1077 Bone curettage and bone cement(84.56)

1078 Bone tumor curettage and bone graft(78.00)

1079 Tension Band Wiring Patella

1080 Removal of implants plates and nail

1081 Removal of implants wires and screws

1082 Mini Fixator for Hand/Foot

1083 Fixater with Joint Arthrolysis

1084 Application of Skin Traction

1085 Aspiration & Intra Articular Injections

1086 Epiphyseal Stimulation

Plaster Work

1087 Fingers (post slab)

1088 Fingers full plaster

1089 Colles Fracture – Below elbow

1090 Colles Fracture – Full plaster

1091 Colles fracture Ant. Or post. slab

1092 Above elbow full plaster

1093 Above Knee post-slab

1094 Below Knee full plaster

1095 Below Knee post-slab

1096 Tube Plaster (or plaster cylinder)

1097 Above knee full plaster

1098 Above knee full slab

1099 U-slab application

1100 Minerva Jacket

1101 Plaster Jacket

1102 Shoulder Jacket

1103 Shoulder spica

1104 Hip spica

1105 Application of P.O.P. Spicas & Jackets

1106 Conservative POP

1107 Strapping of Finger

1108 Strapping of Toes

1109 Strapping of Wrist

1110 Strapping of Elbow

1111 Strapping of Knee

1112 Strapping of Ankle

1113 Strapping of Chest

1114 Strapping of Shoulder

1115 Figure of 8 bandage

1116 Collar and cuff sling

1117 Ball bandage

1118 Bandage & Stapping for Fractures

1119 Synthetic cast application above Elbow

1120 Synthetic cast application below Elbow

1121 Synthetic cast application above Knee

1122 Synthetic cast application below Knee

1123 Synthetic cast cutting

1124 Application of Functional Cast Brace

1125 Application of P.O.P. casts for Upper & Lower Limbs

Physiotherapy

1126 Ultrasonic therapy

1127 S.W. Diathermy

1128 Electrical stimulation (therapeutic)

1129 Muscle testing and diagnostic

1130 Infra red

1131 U.V. Therapeutic dose

1132 Intermittent Lumbar Traction

1133 Intermittent Cervical traction

1134 Wax bath

1135 Hot pack

1136 Breathing Exercises & Postural Draige

1137 Cerebral Palsy – exercise

1138 Post – polio exercise

Surgical Gastroentrology

Operations on spleen

1139 Splenectomy + Devascularisation + Spleno Renal Shunt(39.1)

1140 Spleenectomy For Space Occupying Lesion

1142 Laproscopic Spleenectomy

Operations on Oesophagus, Stomach and Small Intestine

1143 Oesophagectomy

1144 Colonic Pull Up

1145 Lap Heller.S Myotomy

1146 Open Hellers Myotomy

1147 Surgery for Corrosive Injury Stomach

1148 Distal Gastrectomy For Gastric Outlet Obstruction

1149 Partial Gastrectomy with anastomosis to duodenum

1150 Partial/Subtotal Gastrectomy with anastomosis to jejunum For Ulcer

1151 Total Gastrectomy in non malignant conditions

1152 Surgery For Bleeding Ulcers

1153 Surgery For Obscure GI Bleed

1154 Lap Fundoplications

1155 Diaphragmatic Hernia (Gortex Mesh Repair)

1156 Operations for Replacement of Oesophagus by Colon

1157 Surgery For Oesophageal Perforation Stage 1 Cervical Exclusion And Chest Tube And Feeding

Jejunostomy

1158 Surgery For Oesophageal Perforation Stage 2 Definitive Surgery

1159 Surgery For Oesophageal Perforation – Single Staged Foreign Body, Iatrogenic & Spontaneous

Operations on Large Intestine

1160 Extended Right Hemicolectomy

1161 I Stage-Sub Total Colectomy + Ileostomy(46.2)

1162 I Stage- Sub Total Colectomy + Ileostomy + J – Pouch

1163 II Stage-J – Pouch

1164 Laproscopic Coliatomus

1165 II Stage- Ileostomy Closure

1166 III Stage-Ileostomy Closure

1167 Surgical management of Volvulus

1168 Surgical management of Malrotation

1169 Rectovaginal fistula Management with Colostomy

1170 Abdominoperinial Resection of rectum

1171 Hartman.S Procedure With Colostomy

1172 Anterior Resection of Large Intestine

1173 Anterior Resection With Ileostomy

1174 Anal Sphincter Repair -With Colostomy

1175 Anal Sphincter Repair -Without Colostomy

Operations on Liver

1176 Hydatid Cyst-Marsupilisation

1177 Haemangioma Sol Liver Hepatectomy + Wedge Resection

1178 Hepato Cellular Carcinoma(Advanced) Radio Frequency Ablation

1179 Segmentectomy

1180 Rt.Hepatectomy

1181 Lt.Hepatectomy

1182 Hepatico Jejunostomy

1183 Benign Biliary Stricture Repair

1184 Choledochoduodenostomy Or Choledocho Jejunostomy

1185 GB+ Calculi CBD Stones Or Dilated CBD

1186 Cyst Excision+Hepatic Jejunostomy(51.37)

1187 Laproscopic Hepatic resection

Operations on Pancreas

1188 Laproscopic Pancreatic Necrosectomy

1189 Open Pancreatic Necrosectomy

1190 Enucleation of Cyst

1191 Triple Bypass -Pancreas

1192 Lateral Pancreaticojejunostomy(Non- Malignant)

1193 Other Bypasses -Pancreas

1194 Distal Pancreatectomy

1195 Distal Pancreatectomy + Splenectomy(41.5)

1196 Central Pancreatectomy

1197 Whipples Any Type

Endoscopic procedures

1198 Upper G.I. Endoscopy + Lower G.I. Endoscopy

1199 Diagnostic endoscopy

1200 Endoscopic biopsy

1201 Endoscopic mucosal resection

1202 Oesophageal stricture dilatation

1203 Balloon dilatation of achalasia cardia

1204 Foreign body removal

1205 Oesophageal stenting

1206 Band ligation of oesophageal varices

1207 Sclerotherapy of oesophageal varices

1208 Glue injection of varices

1209 Argon plasma coagulation

1210 Pyloric balloon dilatation

1211 Enteral stenting

1212 Duodel stricture dilation

1213 Single balloon enterocopy

1214 Double balloon enteroscopy

1215 Capsule endoscopy

1216 Polypectomy

1217 Piles banding

1218 Colonic stricture dilatation

1219 Hot biopsy forceps procedures

1220 Colonic stenting

1221 Junction biopsy

1222 rrow band imaging

1223 Conjugal microscopy

1224 ERCP

1225 Diagnostic ERCP

1226 Endoscopic sphincterotomy

1227 CBD stone extraction

1228 CBD stricture dilatation

1229 Biliary stenting (plastic and metallic)

1230 Mechanical lithotripsy of CBD stones

1231 Pancreatic sphincterotomy

1232 Pancreatic stricture dilatation

1233 Pancreatic stone extraction

1234 Mechanical lithotripsy of pancreatic stones

1235 Endoscopic cysto gastrostomy

1236 Balloon dilatation of papilla

1237 Endoscopic ultrasound

1238 Ultrasound guided FC

1239 Ultrasound guided abscess draige

1240 PTBD

1241 Biliary stenting

1242 TIPS

1243 Trans jugular liver biopsy

1244 IVC graphy + hepatic veinography

1245 Balloon angioplasty

1246 Muscular stenting

1247 BRTO

1248 Portal haemodymic studies

1249 Oesophageal PH metry

1250 Oesophageal manometry

1251 Small bowel manometry

1252 Anorectal manometry

1253 Colonic manometry

1254 Biliary manometry

1255 Sengstaken blackenesse tube tempode

1256 Lintas machles tube tempode

1257 Lap Adhesiolysis

Cardiothorasic surgery

Operations on Heart

1258 Balloon Valvotomy

1259 Closed Mitral Valvotomy

1260 Valve repair without Prosthetic Ring

1261 Ross procedure – Intracardiac repair of complex congenitalheart diseases without Special Conduits

1262 Mitral valvotomy (Open)

1263 Open Pulmonary Valvotomy

1264 Valve repair with Prosthetic Ring

1265 Double valve replacement (With Valve)

1266 Aortic Valve Replacement (With Valve)

1267 Ross procedure – Intracardiac repair of complex congenital heart diseases with Special Conduits

1268 Surgical management of Annulus Aortic Ectasia With Valved Conduits

1269 Mitral Valve Replacement (With Valve)

1270 Tricuspid valve Replacement (With Valve)

1271 Balloon Atrial Septostomy

1272 ASD Device Closure

1273 VSD Device Closure

1274 VSD with graft

1275 Intra Cardiac Repair Of ASD

1276 Intracardiac Repair Of VSD

1277 Total Correction of Tetralogy of Fallot

1278 Surgical management (Correction) of TAPVC

1279 Patent Ductus Arterious – Stenting

1280 Patent Ductus Arterious – Device Closure

1281 Patent Ductus Arterious – Single Coil Closure

1282 Patent Ductus Arterious – Multiple Coils Closrue

1283 Surgery for-PDA

1284 TGA – Arterial Switch

1285 TGA – Sennings Procedure

1286 Coronary Balloon Angioplasty with stent(00.45)

1287 PTCA 1 Additional Stent (00.46)

1288 PTCA 2 Additional Stent (00.47)

1289 PTCA 3 Additional Stent (00.48)

1290 Surgery For Anomalous left coronary artery from the pulmonary artery (ALCAPA)

1291 Coronary Bypass Surgery

1292 Coronary Bypass Surgery-Post Angioplasty

1293 CABG With IABP Pump

1294 CABG With Aneurismal Repair

1295 CABG without bypass.

1296 CABG + Valve.

1297 Pericardiocentesis

1298 Pericardiostomy

1299 Pericardiectomy

1300 Surgery For Intracardiac Tumors

1301 Surgery for Cardiac injuries Without CPB

1302 Medical Management Of Valvular Heart Diseases -Requiring Cardiac Catheterization

1303 Medical Management Of Congenital Heart Diseases -Requiring Cardiac Catheterization

1304 Surgical Treatment For MVR And Atrial Fibrillation- Maze Method

1305 Surgical Treatment For MVR And Atrial Fibrillation- Cryoablation Method

1306 Surgical Treatment For MVR And Atrial Fibrillation- Hifu Method

1307 TPI (Temporary Placemaker Implantation)Single Chamber

1308 TPI (Temporary Placemaker Implantation)Dual Chamber

1309 Permanent pacemaker implantation Biventricular

1310 Permanent pacemaker implantation- Single Chamber

1311 Heart transplant

1312 AICD(Automatic Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators) implantation Single Chamber

1313 AICD(Automatic Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators) implantation Dual Chamber

1314 Combo device implantation

Operations on vessels

1315 Vertebral Angioplasty

1316 Peripheral Embolectomy Without Graft

1317 Arterial Embolectomy

1318 Pulmonary Thrombo Embolectomy

1319 TGA – Carotid Embolectomy

1320 Surgical management of Vascular Tumors

1321 Excision Of Vascular Tumors With Prosthetic Graft

1322 Coarctation-Arota Repair Without Graft

1323 Coaractation of Aorta Repair Without Stent+ Aortoplasty(35.11)

1324 Intrathoracic Aneurysm -Aneurysm Not Requiring Bypass

1325 Aneurysm Resection & Grafting

1326 Medium Size Arterial Aneurysms – Repair With Synthetic Graft

1327 Coaractation of Aorta Repair With Stent + Aortoplasty(35.11)

1328 Coarctation-Arota Repair With Graft

1329 Intrathoracic Aneurysm -Requiring Bypass (With Graft)

1330 Excision Of Arterio Venous Malformation – Large

1331 Excision Of Arterio Venous Malformation – Small

1332 DVT – Ivc Filter implantation

1333 Thoraco Abdominal Aneurysm Repair

1334 Systemic Pulmonary Shunts Without Graft TOF

1335 Systemic Pulmonary Shunts With Graft TOF

1336 Major Vascular Injury -In Lower Limbs-Repair

1337 Carotid Artery Bypass With Synthetic Graft

1338 Aorto Billiac – Bifemoral Bypass With Synthetic Graft

1339 Aorto-Aorto Bypass With Graft

1340 Femoro- Ileal Bypass With Graft

1341 Femoro- Ileal Bypass Without Graft

1342 Aorto-Aorto Bypass Without Graft

1343 Aorta femoral bypass

1344 Asending aorta replacement

1345 Aortic Dissection

1346 A V Fistula surgery (creation) at Wrist

1347 A. V Fistula surgery (creation) At Elbow

1348 Congential Arteriovenus Fistula

1349 Femoro- Poplitial Bypass With Graft

1350 Femoro- Poplitial Bypass Without Graft

1351 Femoro-Femoral Bypass With Graft

1352 Femoro-Femoral Bypass Without Graft

1353 Femoro Distal Bypass With Vein Graft

1354 Femoro Distal Bypass With Synthetic Graft

1355 Axillo Brachial Bypass Using With Synthetic Graft

1356 Brachio – Radial Bypass With Synthetic Graft

1357 Surgery for Arterial Injuries, Venous Injuries Without Graft

1358 Surgical Management of Minor Vascular Injury – Tibial Vessels In Leg

1359 Surgical Management of Minor Vascular Injury -Vessels In Foot

1360 Surgical Management of Neck Vascular Injury – Carotid Vessels

1361 Surgical Management Of Neck Vascular Injury – Carotid Vessels – With Prosthetic Graft

1362 Surgical Management of Abdominal Vascular Injuries – Aorta, Illac Arteries, Ivc, Iliac Veins

1363 Surgical Management Of Abdominal Vascular Injuries – Aorta, Illac Arteries, Ivc, Iliac Veins With

Prosthetic Graft

1364 Surgery for Cardiac injuries With CPB

1365 Renal Angioplasty

1366 Peripheral Angioplasty

1367 Perpheral Angioplasty – Additional Stent(00.46)

1368 Patch Graft Angioplasty

1369 Small Arterial Aneurysms – Repair

1370 Medium Size Arterial Aneurysms – Repair

1371 Carotid artery aneurysm

1372 Renal Artery aneurysm and disection

1373 Operations for Stenosis of Renal Arteries

1374 Surgical management of Ruptured Sinus Of Valsalva

1375 Surgical management of Dissecting Aneurysms

1376 Surgical Management of Vascular Injury In Upper Limbs – Axillary,Branchial,Radial And Ulnar -With

Vein Graft

1377 Surgical Management Of Vascular Injury In Upper Limbs – Axillary,Branchial,Radial And Ulnar -With

Prosthetic Graft

1378 Surgical Management of Vascular Injury With Prosthetic Graft

1379 Excicion Of Carotid Body Tumor With Vascular Repair

1380 Excision Of Carotid Body Tumor With Prosthetics Graft Repair

1381 Carotid Endartrectomy

1382 Surgical Management Of Major Vascular Injury -In Lower Limbs With Prosthetic Graft

1383 Surgical Management of Thoracic Vascular Injuries

1384 Axillo Bifemoral Bypass With Synthetic Graft

1385 Surgical Management of Vascular injuries with vein graft

1386 Procedures Requiring Bypass Techniques

1387 Surgical Management of Oesophageal Diverticula /Achalasia Cardia

1388 Gastro Study Followed By Thoracotomy & Repairs For Oesophageal Injury For Corrosive Injuries/Fb

Operations on Lungs

1389 Surgical management of lung cyst

1390 Lobectomy

1391 Pneumonectomy

1392 Surgical management of Lung Abcess

1393 Surgical management of Empyema Thoracis

1394 Surgical management For Bronchial Injuries due to foreign Body

1395 Surgical management of SolItary fibrous tumor- Mediastinum

1396 Surgical Management Of Thymoma Mediastinum

1397 Decortication of lung

1398 Surgical management of Bronchopleural fistula -Thorocoplasty

1399 Transpleural Bronchopleural Fistula closure

1400 Surgical management of Bronchopleural Fistula – Myoplasty

Operations on Thorax

1401 Surgical management of Diaphragmatic Eventeration

1402 Surgical management of Diaphragmatic injuries, Thoraco Abdominal approach

1403 Surgical Management of Diaphragmatic Hernia

1404 Exploratory Thorocotomy

1405 Bronchoscopic Foreign body removal

1406 Rib Resection & Drainage

1407 Thoracocentesis

1408 Thoracoscopic Segmental Resection

1409 Thoracoscopic Sympathectomy

1410 Thrombendarterectomy

1411 Thymectomy

1412 Thorax ( penetrating wounds)

1413 B.D.Glenn/Left atrium myxoma

1414 DSO (Double Switch Operation)

1415 Arterio Ventricular Canal repair

1416 Fonten procedure

1417 B.T Shunt/Coaractation

1418 P.A.Banding septostomy

1419 Gunshot injury

1420 Intra corory stenting

1421 Rotablation

1422 Arch Replacement

1423 Bentall Repair with Prosthetic Valve

1424 Bentall Repair with Biologic Valve

1425 Coaractation dilatation

1426 Coaractation dilatation with Stenting

1427 Diagnostic Electrophysiological studies conventional

1428 Ambulatory BP monitoring

1429 External Loop/event recording

1430 RF Ablation conventional

1431 RF Ablation Atrial Tachycardia/Carto

1432 Endomyocardial biopsy

1433 Intra vascular coils

1434 Septostomy- Blade

1435 AVBD/PVBD

1436 Digital subtraction angiography-Peripheral artery

1437 Digital subtraction angiography- venogram

1438 Percutaneous valve replacement

1439 C.T Guided biopsy

1440 Sinogram

1441 Carotid Angioplasty

1442 IVUS (Intravascular ultrasound surgery)

1443 OCT (Octopus cardiac surgery)

1444 FFR(Fractional Flow Reserve) measurement

1445 ICE slush cardiac surgery

1446 Holter analysis

1447 Aortic stent grafting for aortic aneurysm

1448 IVC Filter implantation

1449 TCPC(Total Cavo Pulmonary Connection)

1450 REV(Surgery for malposition of great arteries)

1451 PTMC

(Percutaneous Transvenous Mitral Commissurotomy (PTMC)

1452 Angiography

1453 Diagnostic angiography

1454 Vascular embolization

Paediatric surgery

1455 Surgical management of Encephalocele

1456 Surgical management of Neuroblastoma

1457 Adrenal Gland Surgeries In Paediatric patients(07.3&07.4)

1458 Surgical Management of Paediatric Tumors

1459 Surgical correction of Microtia/Anotia In Paediatric Patient

1460 Surgical treatment for Preauricular sinus in pediatric patient

1461 Surgical correction of Cleft Lip in paediatric patient

1462 Excision of Retention Cyst Lip

1463 Surgical correction of Cleft Palate in paediatric patient

1464 Surgical corection of Velo-Pharyngeal Incompetence

1465 Surgical management of Sinuses & Fistula of the neck in Paediatric Patient

1466 Excision of thyroglossal Duct/Cyst

1467 Surgical Management of Congenital Dermal Sinus

1468 Surgical Management of Cystic Lesions Of The Neck

1469 Excision of Thoracoscopic Cysts

1470 Empyema decortication In Paediatric Patients

1471 Empyema-ICD drainage In Paediatric Patients

1472 Thoracoscopic Decortication In Paediatric Patients

1473 Surgical Correction of Thoracic Wall Defects

1474 Mediastinal Cyst Excision In Paediatric Patients

1475 Surgical management of Lymphangioma In Paediatric Patients

1476 Omphalo Mesenteric Cyst Excision

1477 Omphalo Mesenteric Duct- Excision

1478 Omphalocele 1st Stage (Hernia Repair)

1479 Omphalocele 2nd Stge (Hernia Repair)

1480 Paediatric Splenectomy (Non Traumatic)

1481 Surgical management of Oesophageal Atresia In Paediatric Patients

1482 Surgical Correction of Thoracic Duplications In Paediatric Patients

1483 Surgical Correction of Esophageal Obstructions In Paediatric Patients

1484 Surgical Correction of Esophageal Substitutions In Paediatric Patients

1485 Congenital Pyloric Stenosis- operation

1486 Colon Replacement of Oesophagus

1487 Surgical management of – Gastric Outlet Obstructions In Paediatric Patients

1488 Gastrochisis Repair

1489 Surgical management of Gastro Esophageal Reflux In Paediatric Patients

1490 Surgical Management of Intestinal Atresias & Obstructions In Paediatric Patients

1491 Meckel’s Diverticulectomy In Paediatric Patients

1492 Surgical management of Intestinal Polyposis In Paediatric Patients

1493 Surgical Correction of Intususception

1494 Stage 2 procedure for Anorectal Malformations In Paediatric Patients

1495 Stage 1 procedure for Anorectal Malformations In Paediatric Patients

1496 Stage 1 procedure for Hirschprungs Disease In Paediatric Patients

1497 Stage 2 procedure for Hirschprungs Disease In Paediatric Patients

1498 Feeding Jejunostomy In Paediatric Patients

1499 Ileostomy closure In Paediatric Patients

1500 Surgical mangement of Acute Intestinal Obstruction In Paediatric Patients

1501 Colostomy Transverse

1502 Colostomy Left Iliac

1503 Meconium Ileus Operation

1504 Imperforate Anus High Anomaly – Closure of Colostomy

1505 Imperforate Anus Low Anomaly -Cut Back Operation

1506 Imperforate Anus Low Anomaly – Perineal Anoplasty

1507 Imperforate Anus High Anomaly -Sacroabdomino Perineal Pull Through

1508 Rectal polypectomy In Paediatric Patients

1509 Rectal Biopsy (Megacolon)

1510 Laparoscopic Pull Through For Ano Rectal Anomalies In Paediatric Patients

1511 Laparoscopic Pull Through Surgeries For Hirschprungs Disease In Paediatric Patients

1512 Surgical mangement of Anal Fissure and Fistula In Paediatric Patients

1513 Surgical Management of Biliary Atresia & Choledochal Cyst In Paediatric Patients

1514 Operation of Choledochal Cyst

1515 Laparoscopic Choleycystectomy

1516 Surgical Correction of Hydatid Cysts In Paediatric Patient

1517 Pancreatic Ring Operation

1518 Laparoscopic Appendicectomy

1519 Repair of Abdominal wall defects

1520 Correction of Duplications of alimentary tract in Paediatric Patients

1521 Correction of Vitello intestinal duct anomalies in Paediatric Patients

1522 Mal-rotation & Volvulus of the Midgut

1523 Unilateral Inguinal Hernia repair In Paediatric Patients

1524 Bilateral Inguinal Hernia repair In Paediatric Patients

1525 Lumbar Hernia repair In Paediatric Patients

1526 Femoral Hernia repair In Paediatric Patients

1527 Umbilical Hernia repair In Paediatric Patients

1528 Incisional Hernia repair In Paediatric Patients

1529 Open repair of diaphragmatic hernia in Paediatric patients

1530 Simple Nephrectomy- paediatric

1531 Nephrectomy for -Pyonephrosis

1532 Nephrectomy for -Wilms Tumour

1533 Paraortic Lymphadenoctomy with Nephrectomy for Wilms Tumour

1534 Renal calculi-nephrolithotomy in Paediatric Patients

1535 Surgical Management of Congenital Hydronephrosis in Paediatric Patients

1536 Surgical Management of Ureteric Reimplantations

1537 Vesicostomy

1538 Vesicotomy closure in Paediatric Patients

1539 Bladder augmentation

1540 Vesical calculi-vesicolithotomy in Paediatric Patients

1541 Stage 1 procedure for Exstrophy Bladder in Paediatric Patients

1542 Stage 2 procedure for Exstrophy Bladder in Paediatric Patients

1543 Surgical Management of Posterior Urethral Valves in Paediatric Patients

1544 Single Stage procedure for Hypospadiasis

1545 Stage 1 procedure for Hypospadiasis

1546 Stage 2 procedure for Hypospadiasis

1547 Surgical Correction of Epispadiasis

1548 Surgical Correction of Scrotal Transposition In Paediatric Patients

1549 Surgical management of Undescended Testis In Paediatric Patients

1550 Laparoscopic Orchidopexy In Paediatric Patients

1551 Surgical Management for Torsion of Testis paediatric

1552 Laparoscopic Varicocele Ligation

1553 Open Varicocele ligation

1554 Hydrocele high ligation In Paediatric Patients

1555 Congenital Hydrocele

1556 Hydrocele of Cord

1557 Surgical Management of Phimosis and Paraphimosis

1558 Intersex-Genitoplasty surgery(70.6)

1559 Surgical Management of Tempero mandibular Joint Ankylosis

1560 Execision of cogental dermal sinus

1561 Surgical Management of Torticollis in Paediatric Patient

1562 Surgical correction of Syndactyly of Hand For Each Hand in Paediatric Patient

1563 Surgical Management of Hamartoma Excision

1564 Surgical Management of Hemangioma Excision

1565 Bronchoscopy for Foreign Body Removal paediatric

1566 Sacro-Coccygeal Teratoma Excision

1567 Rhabdomyosarcoma wide Excision

Genitourinary system

Operations on Kidney

1568 Retroperitoneal Fibrosis – Renal

1569 Open Nephrolithotomy

1570 Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy

1571 Nephrostomy

1572 Open Pyelolithotomy

1573 Laparoscopic Pyelolithotomy

1574 Anatrophic Peylolithotomy For Staghorn Caliculus

1575 Nephrectomy for Pyonephrosis/Xgp

1576 Post transplant graft Nephrectomy

1577 Laproscopic Simple Nephrectomy

1578 Laproscopic Radical Nephrectomy

1579 Renal Transplantation Surgery

1580 Renal auto transplantation

1581 Anderson Hynes Pyeloplasty

1582 Renal Cyst Excision

1583 Laparoscopic deroofing of Renal Cyst

1584 Lap. Partial Nephrectomy

1585 Simple Nephrectomy

1586 Revascularization procedure for renovascular hypertension

1587 Radical Nephroureterectomy

1588 Bilateral Nephroureterectomy

1589 Laproscopic unilateral Nephroureterectomy

1590 Open unilateral Nephroureterectomy

1591 Hemi- Nephroureterectomy

1592 Nephropexy

1593 RIRS/ Flexible Ureteroscopy

Operations on Uterus

1594 URSL

1595 Surgical corrrection of Ureterocele

1596 Surgical Procedure for Ileal Conduit Formation

1597 Ureteric Reimplantations

1598 Post transplant revision Ureteroneo cystostomy/Pyelo Ureterostomy

1599 Ureteric replacement

1600 Uretero ureterostomy

1601 Ureterolithotomy

1602 Laparoscopic ureterolithotromy

1603 Uretrostomy (Cutanie)

1604 Balloon dilatation of Ureteric stricture

Operations on Urinary Bladder

1605 Correction of Extrophy of Bladder

1606 Cystilithotomy

1607 Cysto Jejunostomy

1608 Cystolithopexy

1609 Cystolithotripsy

1610 Open Cystolithotomy

1611 Endoscope Removal Of Stone In Bladder

1612 Bladder Tumour (Fulgration)

1613 Transurethral resection of bladder tumour (TURBT)

1614 Transurethral resection of bladder tumour (TURBT) with intravesical Mitomycin instillation

1615 Bladder Diverticulectomy

1616 Total Cystectomy

1617 Laproscopic radical cystectomy with Ilealconduit diversion

1618 Laproscopic radical cystectomy with Ureterosigmoidostomy(57.88)

1619 Open radical cystectomy with Ureterosigmoidostomy (57.88)

1620 Laproscopic radical cystectomy with Continent Urinary diversion(56.7)

1621 Open radical cystectomy with Continent Urinary diversion

1622 Parapelvic Cyst Excision-Open/Lap

1623 Surgical correction of Vesicovaginal Fistula

1624 Transvaginal repair of Vesicovaginal Fistula

1625 Trans abdominal repair of Vesicovaginal Fistula with omentoplasty

1626 Caecocystoplasty

1627 Mitrafanoff procedure

1628 Bladder neck incision

1629 Urachal Cyst

1630 Partial Cystectomy

1631 Endoscopic Removal of Stone in Bladder

Operation on Urethra

1632 Perineal Urethrostomy

1633 Optical Urethrotomy

1634 BMG Urethroplasty for pan Urethral stricture

1635 Single Stage Urethroplasty for stricture Urethra

1636 PCNL

1637 Stage 1 Urethroplasty for stricture Double Stage

1638 Stage 2 Urethroplasty for stricture Double Stage

1639 Reconstruction procedure Urethroplasty for stricture

1640 Transpubic Urethroplasty with Omentoplasty

1641 Closure Of Urethral Fistula

1642 Epispadiasis – Correction

1643 Meatoplasty

1644 Operations for Crippled Hypospadias

1645 Urethral Injury

1646 Excision of Urethral Carbuncle

1647 Surgical Management of Incontinence Urine (Male)

1648 Surgical Management of Incontinence Urine (Female)

1649 Mid urethral sling procedure for stress urinary incontinence

1650 MMK/birch colpo suspension for stress urinary Incontinence

1651 Dj Stent (One Side)

1652 Drainage of Perinepheric Abscess

1653 CAPD-Tenchkoff catheter insertion

Operations on Prostate

1654 Transurethral Resection of Prostate (TURP)

1655 Transurethral Resection of Prostate (TURP) Cyst Lithotripsy

1656 Open Prostatectomy

1657 Open radical Prostratectomy

1658 Laser Prostatectomy

1659 TURP + Circumcision

1660 TURP + Closure of Urinary Fistula

1661 TURP + Cystolithopexy

1662 TURP + Cystolithotomy

1663 TURP + Fistulectomy

1664 TURP + Nephrectomy

1665 TURP + Orchidectomy

1666 TURP + Suprapubic Cystolithotomy

1667 TURP + TURBT

1668 TURP + URS

1669 TURP + Vesicolithotripsy

1670 TURP + VIU (visual internal urethrotomy)

1671 TURP + Haemorrhoidectomy

1672 TURP + Hydrocele

1673 TURP + Hernioplasty

1674 TURP with Repair of Urethra

1675 TURP + Herniorraphy

1676 TURP + Fissurectomy

1677 TURP + Urethrolithotomy

1678 TURP + Urethral dilatation

1679 Bipolar TURP

1680 TURP with removal of the verical calculi

1681 TURP with vesicolithotomy

1682 Fturp

Operations on Scrotum

1683 Scrotal/Perineal Injuries

1684 Orchidopexy Bilateral

1685 Total Penectomy

1686 Micro-surgical Vasovasostomy /Vaso epidedymal ansatamosis.

Operations on Penis

1687 Surgical correction of Chordee

1688 Partial Amputation Of Penis(Non-Malignant)

1689 Plaque Excision/Plasty for Penile curvature/Peyronies disease

1690 Surgical Management of Penile Injuries

1691 Surgery for Priapism

1692 Circumcision

General Procedures

1693 Renal angio embolization

1694 Balloon dialatation of transplant Renal Artery stenosis

1695 A.V. Fistula surgery

1696 Uni-lateral illioinguinal block dissection in non malignant conditions

1697 Block Dissection of ilio-inguinal Nodes – Both Sides (For Ca-Penis)

1698 Post-Transplant Collection drainage for Lymphocele (open)

1699 Post-Transplant Collection drainage for Lymphocele (percutaneous)

1700 Post-Transplant Collection drainage for Lymphocele (Laproscopic)

1701 CAPD-Tenchkoff catheter removal

1702 CAPD bags per month

1703 Cystoscopy/ Stent removal

1704 Extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy (ESWL)

1705 Post Renal Transplant Immunosuppressive Treatment From 1st To 6th Months

1706 Post Renal Transplant Immunosuppressive Treatment From 7th To 12 Th Month.

1707 Intravesical BCG Induction therapy

1708 Intravesical BCG maintenance

1709 Single Stage HYPOSPADIASIS (ADULT)

1710 Stage-1 HYPOSPADIASIS (ADULT)

1711 Stage-2 HYPOSPADIASIS (ADULT)

1712 Torsion Testis

1713 Dormia Extraction of Calculus

1714 Exploration of Epididymus (Unsuccesful Vasco vasectomy)

1715 Hydrospadius

1716 Transurethral Fulguration

1717 Repair of Uretero Vaginal Fistula

1718 Internal Urethrotomy

1719 Uretero Colic Anastomosis

1720 Ureteroscopic Calculi – Bilateral

1721 Ureteroscopic Calculi – Unilateral

1722 Lithotripsy

1723 Meatotomy

1724 Neoblastoma

1725 Nephrectomy (Renal tumour)

1726 Nephrourethrotomy ( is it Nephrourethrectomy ?)

1727 Open Resection of Bladder Neck

1728 Operation for Injury of Bladder

1729 Reimplantation of Bladder

1730 Operation for Double Ureter

1731 Pyeloplasty & Similar Procedures

1732 Reduction of Paraphimosis

1733 Reimplanation of Urethra

1734 Suprapubic Drainage – Closed

1735 Urethral Dilatation

1736 Urethral Reconstuction

1737 Ureteric Catheterization – Cystoscopy

1738 URS + Stone Removal

1739 URS Extraction of Stone Ureter – Bilateral

1740 URS Extraction of Stone Ureter – Unilateral

1741 URS with Endolitholopexy

1742 URS with Lithotripsy with DJ Stenting

1743 URS+Cysto+Lithotomy

1744 Vesicolithotomy

1745 VIU + Cystolithopexy

1746 VIU + Hydrocelectomy

1747 VIU and Meatoplasty

1748 VIU for Stricture Urethra

1749 VIU with Cystoscopy

1750 Y V Plasty of Bladder Neck

1751 Drainage of Psoas Abscess- paediatric

1752 Operation for ectopic ureter

1753 Ureteroscopic removal of lower ureteric

1754 Ureteroscopic removal of ureteric calculi

1755 Adenoma Excision

1756 Peritoneal dialysis

1757 Laproscopic donor Nephroctomy

1758 Laproscopic ureterolithotomy

1759 Nephrolithomy -laproscopic/endoscopic

1760 Operations for Hydronephrosis Endoplyelotomy antegrade

1761 Operations for Hydronephrosis Endoplyelotomy retrograde

1762 Operations for Hydronephrosis -ureterocalicostomy

1763 Operations for Hydronephrosis-Ileal ureter

1764 Cavernostomy

1765 Simple Cystectomy

1766 Augmentation Cystoplasty

1767 Urethroscopy/ Cystopanendoscopy

1768 Internal urethrotomy -Core through urethroplasty

1769 Abdomino Perineal urethroplasty

1770 Posterior Urethal Valve fulguration.

1771 Total amputation of the Penis

1772 Operations for Varicocele Unilateral-Microsurgical

1773 Operations for Varicocele Palomo’s Unilateral – Lap

1774 Operations for Varicocele Bilateral –Microsurgical

1775 Operations for Varicocele Bilateral – Lap/ Palomo

1776 Arteriovenous Shunt for Haemodialysis

1777 Jugular Catheterization for Haemodialysis

1778 Subclavian Catheterization for Haemodialysis

1779 One sided (single Lumen) Femoral Catheterization for Haemodialysis

1780 Bilateral (single Lumen) Femoral Catheterization for Haemodialysis

1781 Double Lumen Femoral Catheterization for Haemodialysis

1782 Permcath Insertion

1783 Arterio venous Prosthetic Graft

1784 Single lumen Jugular Catheterization

1785 Single lumen Subclavian Catheterization

1786 Plasma Exchange/ Plasma phresis

1787 Open method CAPD catheter insertion

1788 Schlendinger method CAPD catheter insertion

1789 Sustained low efficiency hemodialysis

1790 Continuous Veno venous/Arteriovenous Hemofilteration

1791 Hemodialysis for Sero negative cases

1792 Hemodialysis for Sero Positive cases

1793 Fistologram for Arteriovenous Fistula

1794 Ultrasound guided kidney Biopsy

1795 Fistula stenosis dilation

1796 Slow continuous Ultrafilteration

1797 Endoscopic Bulking agent Inject

1798 Testicular Biopsy

1799 Radical Nephrectomy plus IV thrombus

1800 Radical Nephrectomy plus IV thrombus plus cardiac bypass.

1801 Radical Cystectomy – continent diversion.

1802 Radical Cystectomy – Neobladder

1803 Orchidopexy – Unilateral -Open

1804 Orchidopexy – Unilateral- Lap/Endoscopic

1805 Ureteroscopic Surgery

1806 Scrotal Exploration

1807 Uroflow Study (Uroflometry)

1808 Urodynamic Study (Cystometry)

1809 Cystoscopy with Bladder Biopsy (Cold Cup Biopsy)

1810 Voiding-cysto-urethrogram and retrograde urethrogram (Nephrostogram)

1811 Hollmium YAG Prostate Surgery

1812 Hollmium YAG OIU

1813 Hollmium YAG Core Through

1814 Hollmium YAG Stone Lithotripsy

1815 Semi-rigid penile prosthesis

1816 Green Light laser for prostate

1817 Cystoscopic Botulinum Toxin Injection ( Over active bladder/ Neurogenic bladder)

1818 Peyronie’s disease – Plaque excision with grafting

1819 High Intensity Focus Ultrasound (HIFU) (Robotic) for Carcinoma prostrate and renal cell carcinoma

1820 Prosthetic surgery for urinary incontinence

1821 TRUS guided prostate biopsy

1822 Ultra sound guided PCN

Neurosurgery

1823 Twist Drill Craniostomy

1824 Subdural Tapping

1825 Ventricular Tapping

1826 Burr Hole procedure for evacuation of Brain Abscess

1827 Endoscopy Procedures -Brain

1828 Craniotomy And Evacuation of Subdural Haematoma

1829 Craniotomy And Evacuation of Extradural Haematoma

1830 De-Compressive Craniectomy (Non Traumatic)

1831 Tapping of Brain Abscess

1832 Excision of brain abscess

1833 Evacuation of Intra-Cerebral Hematoma

1834 Temporal Lobectomy Plus Depth Electrodes

1835 Temporal Lobectomy

1836 Excision of Parasagital Brain tumour

1837 Surgical Management of Meningomyelocele

1838 Meningocele Excision

1839 Excision of Basal Brain tumour

1840 Excision of Brain Stem Brain tumour

1841 Excision of C P Angle Brain tumour

1842 Excision of Other Brain tumours

1843 Brain Tumour Embolisation

1844 Lesionectomy Type 1

1845 Lesionectomy Type 2

1846 Excision of Subtentorial Brain Tumours

1847 Cranioplasty

1848 Cranioplasty With Impants

1849 Cranioplasty With Titanium Mesh

1850 Surgical Management of Meningo Encephalocele

1851 Endoscopic Third Ventriculostomy

1852 Surgical Management of C.S.F. Rhinorrhoea

1853 Ventriculo Atrial Shunt

1854 Ventriculo Peritoneal Shunt

1855 External Ventricular Drainage (EVD)

1856 Intra Cranial Vascular Bypass

1857 Laminectomy

1858 Surgery for Spinal cord Tumours

1859 Surgical Management of Intra Medullary Spinal Tumours

1860 Surgical Management of Syringomyelia

1861 Surgical Management of Spina Bifida Major

1862 Surgical Management of Spina Bifida Minor

1863 Radiofrequency Ablation For Trigeminal Neuralgia

1864 Radio Surgery For Brain Tumours & Vascular Malformations

1865 Microvascular Decompression For Trigeminal Neuralgia

1866 Surgical treatment for brachial plexus injuries

1867 Sequalae of brachial plexus injuries

1868 Peripheral Nerve Injury Repair

1869 Cervical Sympathectomy

1870 Lumbar Sympathectomy

1871 Trans Sphenoidal Surgery

1872 Aneurysm Clipping

1873 Embolization of Aneurysm

1874 Coil Embolization of Aneurysm (each coil cost)

1875 Surgical Management of Vascular Malformations

1876 Spinal Fixation Rods And Plates, Artificial Discs

1877 Discectomy

1878 Excision Of Cervical Inter-Vertebral Discs

1879 Anterior Discectomy & Bone Grafting

1880 Discectomy With Implants

1881 Anterior Cervical Discectomy

1882 Corpectomy For Spinal Fixation

1883 Spinal Fusion Procedure

1884 Trans Oral Surgery

1885 Combined Trans-Oral Surgery & Cv Junction Fusion

1886 C.V. Junction Fusion

1887 Anterior Cervical Spine Surgery With Fusion

1888 Stereotactic Procedures

1889 Proptosis

1890 Excision Of Lobe (Frontal,Temporal,Cerebe llum Etc.)

1891 Posterior Cervical Discectomy

1892 Anterior Lateral Decompression

1893 Decompression/Excision Of Optic Nerve Lesions- neurosurgery

1894 Spinal Procedure for Meningo Myelocele

1895 Facet, Nerve Root Blocks

1896 Excision Of Scalp Lesions

1897 Surgical Management of other Vascular Malformations (Other Than AVM) – Cavernomas, AV Fistulas,

Sinus Pericranii

1898 Cranio Ventrical

1899 Craniostenosis

1900 Duroplasty

1901 Local Neurectomy

1902 Lumbar Disc

1903 Microdiscectomy – Lumber

1904 Repair & Transposition Nerve

1905 Skull Traction

1906 Spine – Canal Stenosis

1907 Spine – Disc Cervical/Lumber

1908 Temporal Rhizotomy

1909 Selective Posterior Rhizotomy

1910 Tumours Meninges – Gocussa

1911 Tumours Meninges – Posterior

1912 Brain Biopsy

1913 Cranial Nerve Anastomosis

1914 Nerve Biopsy excluding Hensens

1915 Peripheral Neurectomy (Tirgeminal)

1916 Operation for Neoblastoma

1917 Excision of Brain Tumours -Supratentotial

1918 Excision of Brain Tumours -Infratentorial

1919 Excision of Brain Tumours -Intra Ventricular

1920 Placement of ICP Monitor –

1921 Lumber Pressure Monitoring

1922 Median Nerve Decompression

1923 Anterio Lateral Decompression of spine

1924 Brain Mapping

1925 Cervical or Dorsal or Lumbar Laminectomy

1926 Endarterectomy (Carotid)

1927 Spasticity Surgery

1928 Implantation of DBS -One electrode

1929 Implantation of DBS -two electrodes

1930 Endoscopic aqueductoplasty

1931 Facial nerve reconstruction

1932 Carotid stenting

1933 Cervical disc arthroplasty

1934 Lumbar disc arthroplasty

1935 Corpus callostomy for Epilepsy

1936 Hemishpherotomy for Epilepsy

1937 Endoscopic CSF rhinorrhea repair

1938 Burr hole evacuation of chronic subdural haematoma

1939 Epilepsy surgery

1940 RF lesion for facet joint pain syndrome

1941 Cervical laminoplasty

1942 Lateral mass C1-C2 screw fixation

1943 Microsurgical decompression for hemifacial spasm

1944 IC EC bypass procedures

1945 Image guided craniotomy

1946 Baclofen pump implantation

1947 Programmable VP shunt

1948 Endoscopic sympathectomy

1949 Lumber puncture

1950 Endoscopic 3rd ventriculostomy

1951 Endoscopic cranial surgery/Biopsy/aspiration

1952 Endoscopic discectomy (Lumbar, Cervical)

1953 Surgery for groving skull fractures

1954 Carpel Tunnel decompression

1955 Surgery for intracranial Arteriovenous malformarions(AVM)

1956 Foramen magnum decompression for Chari Malformation

1957 Dorsal column stimulation for backache in failed back syndrome

1958 Surgery for recurrent disc prolapse/epidural fibrosis

1959 Decompressive cranectomy for hemishpherical acute subdural haematoma/brain swelling/large infarct

1960 Intra-arterial thrombolysis with tPA for ischemic stroketTpa-activated thromboplastin)

1961 Endoscopic aspiration of intracerebellar haematoma

1962 Steriotactic Radiosurgery for brain pathology(X kinfe/Gamma ) – ONE session

1963 Steriotactic Radiosurgery for brain pathology(X kinfe/Gamma knife -Two or more sessions

1964 Chemotheraphy wafers for malignant brain tumors

1965 Battery Placement for DBS

1966 Baclofen pump implantation for spasticity

1967 Peripheral Nerve tumor surgery

1968 Surgery Intra Cranial Meningioma

1969 Surgery for Intracranial Schwannoma

1970 Surgery for Gliomas

1971 Surgery for Orbital tumors

1972 Surgery for Cranial (Skull) tumors

1973 Surgery for Scalp AVM’s

1974 Kyphoplasty

1975 Lesioning procedures for parkinsons disease, Dystonia etc.

1976 Steriotactic aspiration of intracerebral haematoma

1977 Evacuation of Brain Abscess by craniotomy

Surgical Oncology

1978 Thyroidectomy any type in malignant conditions

1979 Parathyroidectomy in malignant conditions

1980 Unilateral Adrenalectomy in malignant conditions

1981 Laparoscopic Biilateral adrenalectomy in malignant conditions

1982 Maxillectomy + Orbital Exenteration in malignant conditions

1983 Orbital Exenteration in malignant conditions

1984 Sleeve Resection of Ear in malignant conditions

1985 Hemiglossectomy in malignant conditions

1986 Total Glossectomy + Reconstruction in malignant conditions(25.59)

1987 Parotidectomy any type in malignant conditions

1988 Excision of Submandibular gland in malignant conditions

1989 Palatectomy any type in malignant conditions

1990 Full Thickness Buccal Mucosal Resection & Reconstruction in malignant conditions(27.59)

1991 Resection of Nasopharyngeal Tumor in malignant conditions

1992 Excision of Parapharyngeal tumours in malignant conditions

1993 Laryngectomy Any Type in malignant conditions

1994 Laryngopharyngo Oesophagectomy in malignant conditions

1995 Tracheostomy- oncosurgery

1996 Tracheal Resection in malignant conditions

1997 Solitary Lung Metastatectomy in malignant conditions

1998 Lung Metastatectomy multiple in malignant conditions

1999 Sleeve Resection of Lung Cancer

2000 Lobectomy for Carcinoma Lung

2001 Pneumonectomy for Carcinoma Lung

2002 Intercostal Drainage(Icd) in malignant conditions

2003 Resection of mediastinal tumors in malignant conditions

2004 Superior Mediastinal Dissection+Sternotomy in malignant conditions(77.31)

2005 Surgical Resection of Soft tissue /Bone tumors of Chest wall

2006 Surgical Resection and Reconstruction of Soft tissue /Bone tumors of Chest wall in malignant

conditions

2007 Surgical Correction of Bronchopleural Fistula – Transpleural BPF Closure in malignant conditions

2008 Micro Vascular Reconstruction in malignant conditions

2009 Neck Dissection Any Type in malignant conditions

2010 Retro Peritoneal Lymph Node Dissection Rplnd As Part Of Staging in malignant conditions

2011 Axillary Dissection in malignant conditions

2012 Inguinal Block Dissection One Side in malignant conditions

2013 Retro Peritoneal Lymph Node Dissection(Rplnd) (For Residual Disease) in malignant conditions

2014 Splenectomy in malignant conditions

2015 Oesophagectomy Any Type in malignant conditions

2016 Oesophagectomy With Two Field Lymphadenectomy in malignant conditions(40.59)

2017 Oesophagectomy With Three Field Lymphadenectomy in malignant conditions(40.59)

2018 Substernal Gastric Bypass in malignant conditions

2019 Gastrectomy Any Type in malignant conditions

2020 Gastrostomy in malignant conditions

2021 Gastro Jejunostomy in malignant conditions

2022 Small Bowel Resection in malignant conditions

2023 Colectomy Any Type in malignant conditions

2024 Ileotransverse Colostomy in malignant conditions

2025 Colostomy in malignant conditions

2026 Ileostomy in malignant conditions

2027 Jejunostomy in malignant conditions

2028 Ileostomy Closure in malignant conditions

2029 Colostomy Closure in malignant conditions

2030 Abdomino Perineal Resection (Apr) + Sacrectomy in malignant conditions(77.99)

2031 Anterior Resection of rectum in malignant conditions

2032 Posterior Exenteration for Carcinoma Rectum

2033 Total Exenteration for Carcinoma Rectum

2034 Radical Cholecystectomy in malignant conditions

2035 Hepatectomies in malignant conditions

2036 Distal Pancreatectomy in malignant conditions

2037 Other Bypasses-Pancreas in malignant conditions

2038 Abdominal Wall Tumor Resection in malignant conditions

2039 Resection With Reconstruction of Abdominal wall Tumors in malignant conditions

2040 Resection Of Retroperitoneal Tumors in malignant conditions

2041 Open Partial Nephrectomy

2042 Radical Nephrectomy

2043 Nephroureterectomy For Transitional Cell Carcinoma Of Renal Pelvis in malignant conditions

2044 Urinary Diversion in malignant conditions(56.6/56.7)

2045 Suprapubic cystostomy

2046 Other Cystectomies in malignant conditions

2047 Open radical cystectomy with Ilealconduit diversion

2048 Radical Prostatectomy in malignant conditions

2049 High Orchidectomy

2050 Emasculation in malignant conditions

2051 Partial Penectomy

2052 Surgery For Carcinoma Ovary Early Stage

2053 Unilateral /BilateralSalpingo Oophorectomy in malignant conditions(65.6.1)

2054 Ovarian cystectomy in malignant conditions

2055 Surgery For Carcinoma Ovary Advance Stage

2056 Radical Trachelectomy in malignant conditions

2057 Hysterectomy in malignant conditions

2058 Radical Hysterectomy in malignant conditions

2059 Total Abdominal Hysterectomy(Tah) + Bilateral Salpingo Ophorectomy (Bso) + Bilateral Pelvic Lymph

Node Dissection (Bplnd) + Omentectomy in malignant conditions

2060 Radical Hysterectomy +Bilateral Pelvic Lymph Node Dissection (Bplnd) + Bilateral Salpingo

Ophorectomy (Bso) / Ovarian Transposition in malignant conditions

2061 Anterior Exenteration – Carcinoma Cervix

2062 Posterior Exenteration – Carcinoma Cervix

2063 Total Pelvic Exenteration – Carcinoma Cervix

2064 Supra Levator Exenteration – Carcinoma Cervix

2065 Radical Vaginectomy in malignant conditions

2066 Radical Vaginectomy + Reconstruction(70.62)

2067 Vulvectomy in malignant conditions

2068 Hemimandibulectomy in malignant conditions

2069 Marginal Mandibulectomy in malignant conditions

2070 Maxillectomy Any Type in malignant conditions

2071 Cranio Facial Resection in malignant conditions

2072 Resection of Lateral Temporal Bone in malignant conditions

2073 Subtotal Resection of Temporal Bone in malignant conditions

2074 Total Resection of Temporal Bone in malignant conditions

2075 Maxillectomy + Infratemporal Fossa Clearance in malignant conditions

2076 Bone Resection in malignant conditions

2077 Surgery (removal) for Bone/Soft tissue tumors-Without Prosthesis in malignant conditions(83.49)

2078 Surgery (removal) for Bone / Soft tissue tumors-With Custom Made Prosthesis in malignant

conditions(83.49+84.40)

2079 Surgery (removal) for Bone / Soft tissue tumors-With Modular Prosthesis in malignant

conditions(83.49+84.40)

2080 Bone and Soft TissueTumors Amputation in malignant conditions(83.49)

2081 Shoulder Girdle Resection in malignant conditions

2082 Sacral Resection in malignant conditions

2083 Forequarter Amputation in malignant conditions

2084 Hemipelvectomy in malignant conditions

2085 Internal Hemipelvectomy in malignant conditions

2086 Curettage & Bone Cement in malignant conditions

2087 Lumpectomy

2088 Wide Excision – Breast in malignant conditions

2089 Mastectomy Any Type in malignant conditions

2090 Breast Reconstruction Surgery

2091 Skin Tumors Wide Excision in malignant conditions

2092 Skin Tumors wide Excision + Reconstruction in malignant conditions(86.6/86.7)

2093 Reconstructon with Myocutaneous / Cutaneous Flap in malignant conditions

2094 Composite Resection & Reconstruction – Head & Neck in malignant conditions

2095 Skin Tumors amputation in malignant conditions

2096 Abdominoperinial Resection in malignant conditions

2097 Total Penectomy

2098 Segmental Mandibulectomy

2099 Tracheal Resection in malignant conditions(CA. THYROID)

2100 Surgical Resection of Soft tissue /Bone tumors of Chest wall

2101 Head and Neck – Wide Excision

2102 Bilateral Orchidectomy

2103 Soft Tissue And Bone Tumors Wide Excision

2104 Soft Tissue And Bone Tumors Wide Excision + Reconstruction

2105 Bilateral Pelvic Lymph Node Dissection(BPLND)- Gynaec cancers

2106 Surgical Correction Of Bronchopleural Fistula. Thoracoplasty in malignant condition

2107 Surgical Correction Of Bronchopleural Fistula. Myoplasty in malignant condition

2108 Decortication

2109 Anterior Exenteration (CA. URINARY BLADDER)

2110 Total Exenteration (CA. URINARY BLADDER)

2111 Bilateral Pelvic Lymph Node Dissection(Bplnd) (CA. URINARY BLADDER)

2112 Vascular reconstruction with synthetic graft in malignant conditions

2113 Vascular reconstruction with auto graft in malignant conditions

2114 Vascular isolation and perfusion in malignant conditions

2115 Uni-lateral Inguinal Block Dissection in malignant conditions

2116 Bi-lateral Ilioinguinal block disection in malignant conditions

2117 Popliteal lymphadenectomy in malignant conditions

2118 IVC thrombectomy in malignant conditions

2119 IVC filters for tumour thrombus in malignant conditions

2120 Inoperable Laparotomy in malignant conditions

2121 Diagnostic Laparoscopy in malignant conditions

2122 Wide local excision in malignant conditions

2123 Wide local excision + reconstruction

2124 Isolated limb perfusion-hyperthermia in malignant conditions

2125 Operation for Carcinoma Lip – Vermilionectomy

Medical Oncology

2126 Prostate Cancer with Hormonal Therapy

2127 Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer with Adriamycin / Cyclophosphamide (Ac)

2128 Chemotherapy for Oesophageal Cancer with Cisplatin/5fu

2129 Chemotherapy for Gastric Cancer with 5-Fu Leucovorin (Mcdonald Regimen)

2130 Chemotherapy for Vulval Cancer with Cisplatin/5-Fu

2131 Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer with Ac (Ac Then T)

2132 Chemotherapy for Colorectal Cancer with Monthly 5-Fu

2133 Chemotherapy for Bladder Cancer with Weekly Cisplatin.

2134 Chemotherapy for Colorectal Cancer with 5-Fluorouracil-Oxaliplatin Leucovorin (Folfox) (Stage III)

Only

2135 Chemotherapy for Vaginal Cancer with Cisplatin/5-Fu

2136 Chemotherapy for Bone Tumors with Cisplatin/Adriamycin

2137 Chemotherapy for Bone Tumors – Hodgkin Lymphoma disease with Adriamycin Bleomycin

Vinblastine Dacarbazine (Abvd)

2138 Chemotherapy for Non Hodgkin Lymphoma with Cyclophosphamide Adriamycin Vincristine

Prednisone (Chop)

2139 Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer with Paclitaxel

2140 Chemotherapy for Bladder Cancer with Methotrexate Vinblastine Adriamycin Cyclophosphamide

(Mvac)

2141 Chemotherapy for Multiple Myeloma with Vincristine, Adriamycin,Dexamethasone(Vad)

2142 Chemotherapy for Multiple Myeloma with Thalidomide+Dexamethasone(Oral)

2143 Chemotherapy for Multiple Myeloma with Melphalan Prednisone (Oral)

2144 Chemotherapy for Wilms Tumor with Siopwts Regimen(Stages I-III)

2145 Chemotherapy for Ovarian cancer with Carboplatin / Paclitaxel

2146 Chemotherapy for Hepatoblastoma operable with Cisplatin -Adriamycin

2147 Chemotherapy for Childhood B cell Lymphoma with variable regimen

2148 Chemotherapy for Neuroblastoma (Stages I-III ) with Variable Regimen

2149 Chemotherapy for Retinoblastoma with Carbo/Etoposide/Vincristine

2150 Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer with 5- Fluorouracil A-C (Fac)

2151 Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer with Cyclophosphamide/ Methotrexate / 5fluorouracil (Cmf)

2152 Chemotherapy for Histiocytosis with Variable Regimen

2153 Chemotherapy for Rhabdomyosarcoma with Vincristine-Actinomycin-Cyclophosphamide(Vactc)

Based Chemo

2154 Chemotherapy for Ewings Sarcoma with Variable Regimen

2155 Chemotherapy for Acute Myeloid Leukemia with Induction Phase

2156 Chemotherapy for Ovarian cancer with Germ Cell Tumor Bleomycin-Etoposide-Cisplatin (Bep)

2157 Chemotherapy for Acute Myeloid Leukemia with Consolidation Phase

2158 Chemotherapy for Acute Myeloid Leukemia with Maintenance phase

2159 Chemotherapy for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia with Induction 1st And 2nd Months

2160 Chemotherapy for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia with Induction 3rd, 4th, 5th

2161 Chemotherapy for Non SMAL cell Lung Cancer with Cisplatin/Etoposide (Iiib)

2162 Chemotherapy for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia with Induction Maintenance

2163 Palliative Chemotherapy for unlisted Regimen

2164 Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer with Tamoxifen Tabs

2165 Palliative And Supportive Therapy for terminally ill cancer patient

2166 Chemotherapy for Acute Myeloid Leukemia with Xelox Along With Adjuvant Chemotherapy Of As-I

2167 Chemotherapy for Multiple myeloma with Zoledronic Acid Along With Adjuvant Chemotherapy Of AsI

2168 Chemotherapy for low risk Gestational trophoblast DS with Weekly Methotrexate

2169 Chemotherapy for Febrile Neutropenia with 1st Line Iv Antibiotics And Other Supportive Therapy (

Third Generation Cephalosporin, Aminoglycoside Etc.,)

2170 Chemotherapy for Febrile Neutropenia with 2nd Line Iv Antibiotics And Other Supportive

Therapy(Carbapenems, Fourth Generation Cephalosporins, Piperacillin, Anti-Fungal . Azoles Etc.,)

2171 Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer with Aromatase Inhibitors

2172 Chemotherapy for low risk Gestational trophoblast DS with Actinomycin

2173 Chemotherapy for Cervical Cancer with Weekly Cisplatin

2174 Chemotherapy for high risk Gestational trophoblast DS with Etoposide-Methotrexate -Actinomycin /

Cyclophosphamide Vincristine (Ema-Co)

2175 Chemotherapy for Testicular Cancer with Bleomycin with Etoposide-Cisplatin (Bep)

2176 Chemotherapy for Non SMAL cell Lung Cancer with Erlotinib

2177 Chemotherapy for Non SMAL cell Lung Cancer with GEFITINIB

2178 Chemotherapy for Non SMAL cell Lung Cancer with Paclitaxel /Carboplatin

2179 Chemotherapy for Non SMAL cell Lung Cancer with PEM + Cisplatin

2180 Chemotherapy for Gastric Cancer with EOX

2181 Chemotherapy for Gastric Cancer with Gemcitabine+Oxaliplatin

2182 Chemotherapy for Gastric Cancer with Gemcitabine / Cisplatin

2183 Chemotherapy for Gastric Cancer with Imatinib(CML)

2184 Chemotherapy for Gastric Cancer with Dcf

2185 Chemotherapy for Colorectal Cancer with Capecitabine + bevacizumab (metastatic)

2186 Chemotherapy for Colorectal Cancer with Capecitabine + Oxalipantia (adjuvant) and metastatic

2187 Chemotherapy for Colorectal Cancer with Capacitabine

2188 Chemotherapy for Non Hodgkin Lymphoma with R – chop

2189 Chemotherapy for Neuroblastoma (Stages I-III ) PCV (medulloblastoma)

2190 Chemotherapy for Multiple myeloma with Lenalidomide dexa

2191 Chemotherapy for Multiple myeloma with MPT(myeloma)

2192 Chemotherapy for Multiple myeloma with Imatinib (GSIT)

2193 Chemotherapy for Chronic lymphoid leukemia with Benadamustine

2194 Chemotherapy for Chronic lymphoid leukemia with Chilorambucil

2195 Chemotherapy for Chronic lymphoid leukemia with IA

2196 Chemotherapy for Chronic lymphoid leukemia with Imatinib(CML)

2197 Chemotherapy for Chronic lymphoid leukemia with Sunitinib

2198 Chemotherapy With Temozolamide(brain tumours)

2199 Chemotherapy With Benadamustin -RITUXIMAB

2200 Chemotherapy With TIP(GCT 2nd line)

2201 Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer with Docetaxel

2202 Chemotherapy for Cervical Cancer with Weekly Cisplatin

2203 Chemotherapy for high risk Gestational trophoblast DS with Etoposide-Methotrexate -Actinomycin /

Cyclophosphamide Vincristine (Ema-Co)

2204 Chemotherapy for Testicular Cancer with Bleomycin with Etoposide-Cisplatin (Bep)

2205 Chemotherapy Chemotherapy for Hepatoblastoma operable with Sorafenib

2206 Chemotherapy with Capeiri(metastatic)

2207 Chemotherapy with Capeox(adjuvant) and metastatic

2208 2 D Planing

2209 IGRT(Image guided radiotherapy)

2210 Respiratory Gating-alongwith Linear accelerator planning

2211 Electron beam with Linear accelerator

2212 Tomotherapy

2213 Intraluminal

2214 Surface mould

2215 GLIADAL WAFER

2216 PICC line (peripherally inserted Central canulisation)

Radiation Oncology

2217 Brachytherapy Intracavitary I. Ldr Per Application

2218 Brachytherapy Intracavitary II. Hdr Per Application

2219 Radical Treatment with Cobalt 60 External Beam Radiotherapy

2220 Palliative Treatment with Cobalt 60 External Beam Radiotherapy

2221 Adjuvant Treatment with Cobalt 60 External Beam Radiotherapy

2222 Radical Treatment With Photons External Beam Radiotherapy (on Linear Accelerator)

2223 Palliative Treatment With Photons External Beam Radiotherapy (on Linear Accelerator)

2224 Adjuvant Treatment With Photons/Electrons / (92.25)External Beam Radiotherapy (on Linear

Accelerator)

2225 Brachytherapy Interstitial I. Ldr Per Application

2226 Brachytherapy Interstitial II. Hdr One Application And Multiple Dose Fractions

2227 Specialized Radiation therapy- IMRT (Intensity modulated radiotherapy) Upto 40 Fractions IMRT In 8

Weeks

2228 Specialized Radiation therapy – 3DCRT(3-D conformational radiotherapy)Upto 30 Fractions 3DCRT In

6 Weeks

2229 Specialized Radiation therapy – SRS/SRT Upto 30 Fractions In SRS/SRT 6 Weeks

Plastic surgery

2230 Surgical correction for Craniosynostosis

2231 Surgical Correction of Nerve and Tendon Repair + Vascular Repair (82.4+39.3)

2232 Surgical Correction of anamolies of Ear (cup & bat ears)

2233 Surgical correction for Vascular malformations

2234 Reconstructive procedures for vaginal atresia

2235 Surgical Correction of lid retraction with Tumour of Mandible And Maxilla

2236 Surgical correction for Congenital Deformity of Hand (Per Hand)

2237 Surgical Correction of Leprosy Reconstructive Surgery

2238 Post Burn Contracture Surgeries – Mild

2239 Post Burn Contracture Surgeries – Moderate

2240 Post Burn Contracture Surgeries – Severe

2241 Reduction Surgery For Filarial Lymphoedema

2242 Surgical Management of 40% mixed burns

2243 Surgical Management of 50% mixed burns

2244 Surgical Management of 60% mixed burns

2245 Surgical Management of above 60% mixed burns

2246 Surgical Correction of Hemifacial Atrophy

2247 Surgical Correction of hemifacial microsomia

2248 Surgical Management of Syndactyly of Hand For Each Hand

2249 Conservative management of 40% burns

2250 Conservative management of 50% burns

2251 Surgical Management Of Cleft Lip

2252 Surgical correction of Cleft Palate

2253 Surgical corection of Velo-Pharyngeal Incompetence

2254 Reconstruction or prosthetic appliance for absent ear

2255 Management of electrical burns with vitals exposed with flap cover

2256 Correction of lid retraction

2257 Surgery for Tm Joint Ankylosis

2258 Free Grafts – Large Area 10%

2259 Free Grafts – Theirech- Small Area 5%

2260 Free Grafts – Very Large Area 20% and above

2261 Free Grafts – Wolfe Grafts

2262 Skin Flaps – Rotation Flaps

2263 Upto 30% burns first dressing

2264 Upto 30% burns subsequent dressing

2265 Excision and Skin Graft of Venous Ulcer

2266 Primary Suturing of Wound

2267 Injection of Keloids – Ganglion /Ganglion Sclerotherapy

2268 Skin Flaps – Advancement Flaps

2269 Skin Flaps – Direct- cross Leg Flaps- Cross Arm Flap

2270 Skin Flaps – Cross Finger

2271 Skin Flaps – Abdomil

2272 Skin Flaps – Thoracic

2273 Skin Flaps – Arm Etc.

2274 Injection of Keloids – Haemangioma

2275 Subcutaneous Pedicle Flaps Raising

2276 Subcutaneous Pedicle Flaps Delay

2277 Subcutaneous Pedicle Flaps Transfer

2278 Cartilate Grafting

2279 Reduction of Facial Fractures of Nose

2280 Nose fractures with implants

2281 Maxilla fractures lefort II

2282 Surgical Correction Of Fracture Lefort III

2283 Maxilla fractures lefort III

2284 Reduction of Fractures of Mandible & Maxilla – Eye Let Splinting

2285 Reduction of Fractures of Mandible & Maxilla – Cast Netal Splints

2286 Reduction of Fractures of Mandible & Maxilla – Gumming Splints

2287 Internal Wire Fixation of Mandible & Maxilla

2288 Primary Bone Grafting for alveolar cleft in Cleft Lip

2289 Secondary Surgery for Cleft Lip Deformity

2290 Secondary Surgery for Cleft Palate

2291 Reconstruction of Eyelid Defects – Minor

2292 Reconstruction of Eyelid Defects – Major

2293 Plastic Surgery of Different Regions of the Ear – Minor

2294 Plastic Surgery of Different Regions of the Ear – Major

2295 Plastic Surgery of the Nose – Minor

2296 Plastic Surgery of the Nose – Major

2297 Reconstructive surgery for facial palsy -micro vascular

2298 Reconstructive surgery for facial palsy -conventional

2299 Pendulous Breast – Mammoplasty

2300 Underdeveloped Breast Mammoplasty

2301 After Mastectomy (Reconstruction)Mammoplasty

2302 Dermabrasion Face

2303 30% to 50% Burns 1st Dressing

2304 30% to 50% Burns Subsequent Dressing

2305 Extensive Burn -above 50% Frist Dressing

2306 Extensive Burn -above 50% Subsequent dressing

2307 Corrective surgery for Hyperchalonism elecanthes

2308 Tarsorrhaphy surgery to prevent exposure keratitis to prevent loss or impairment of vision especially in

facial burns

2309 Nose deformities with functional disturbances

2310 Macroglossia Correction

2311 Micrognathia – pierre robbinsequalae

2312 Tessier cleft

2313 Palatal fistula Repair

2314 Penis reconstruction – pedicled

2315 Penis reconstruction – micro vascular

2316 Functional corrective surgery for sequel of facial injuries

2317 Orthognathic surgeries involving facial bones

2318 Panfacial fractures combination with polytrauma

2319 Frontonasoethmoid fractures with implants

2320 Zygoma/orbital fractures

2321 Facial bone fractures – mandible fracture single with implants

2322 Facial bone fractures – mandible fracture multiple with implants

2323 Alveolar bone grafting with bone graft

2324 Polydactyly Repair

2325 Calvarial reconstruction

2326 Treatment for trisser fingerenosynovitis(82.2)

2327 Aplasia / hypoplasia / post traumatic loss of thumb for reconstruction – conventional surgery

2328 Aplasia / hypoplasia / post traumatic loss of thumb for reconstruction – microsurgery

2329 Tendon transfer procedure for wrist drop

2330 Corrective surgery for Cleft hand

2331 Mallet finger Surgery

2332 Boutonnierie’s deformity Repair

2333 Finger tip injuries Repair

2334 Compressive neuropathies

2335 Treatment for supparativechondritis

2336 Post cabg(sternal dehiscence/osdo Repair

2337 Free functional muscle transfer

2338 Corrective surgery for congenital deformities of foot (per foot)

2339 Amputation of hand / fore arm / arm / foot / leg / thigh with skin cover (84.1)

2340 Amputation of digit with skin cover(84.11)

2341 Disarticulation through shoulder

2342 Disarticulation through thigh

2343 Reimplantation / revascularization – multiple digits per finger

2344 Reimplantation / revascularization – single digit

2345 Reimplantation / revascularization – wrist

2346 Toe transfer

2347 Breast reduction for gynacomastia-male

2348 Breast reduction for gigantomachia female

2349 Nipple areola reconstruction

2350 Any raw area which needs skin grafting – mild<5%

2351 Any raw area which needs skin grafting – moderate 5-10%

2352 Any raw area which needs skin grafting – major – >10 %

2353 Debridement and primary closure for avulsion injuries(86.59)

2354 Debridement and skin grafting for avulsion injuries(86.63)

2355 Eyelid injuries / avulsions – major (more than 25% either in thickness or length)

2356 Nose injuries / avulsions- primary closure/ skin graft(86.6)

2357 Ear injuries / avulsions – primary closure/ skin graft(86.6)

2358 Lip injuries / avulsions – primary closure/ skin graft(86.6)

2359 Sub mucosal fibrosis – surgical management with grafts

2360 Extensive degloving injuries / lacerations of the face in RTA/ Animal bites with exposure of vital

structures

2361 Surgical management for keloid & hypertrophic scar requiring flap cover

2362

Flap cover for trauma of the hand / forearm / arm / foot / leg / thigh etc., with exposure of the

underlying vital structures like tendons, nerves, vessels, bone, with or without any fracture – flap

division

2363 Crush injury hand involving loss of skin and vital parts requiring flap cover

2364 Flap cover for trauma of the hand / forearm / arm / foot / leg / thigh etc., with exposure of the

underlying vital structures like tendons, nerves, vessels, bone, with or without any fracture- flap insert

2365 Micro vascular reconstruction flap (post burns, post neoplastic, trauma, post traumatic, congenital)

2366 Nose injuries / avulsions -flap cover

2367 Ear injuries / avulsions – flap cover

2368 Lip injuries / avulsions – flap cover

2369 Scar revision procedures involving natural orifices

2370 Post traumatic squeal like contractures, severe hypertrophy, unstable scars, non-healing ulcers etc.,

2371 Tissue expansion -for functional purpose

2372 Conservative management of 60% burns

RADIO-ISOTOPE THERAPY

2373 131-lodine Therapy

2374 131-lodine Therapy <15mCi

2375 131-lodine Therapy 15-50mCi

2376 131-lodine Therapy 51-100mCi

2377 131-lodine Therapy >100mCi

2378 Phosphorus-32 therapy for metastatic bone pain palliation

2379 Samarium-153 therapy for metastatic bone pain palliation

2380 Radiosynovectomy with Yttrium

Polytrauma

2381 Thoracostomy

2382 Surgical Management for Abdominal Injuries

2383 Surgical management with K-Wiring for Small bone fractures (To Be Covered Along With Other

Injuries Only And Not As Exclusive Procedure)

2384 Surgical Management of Patella Fracture (To Be Covered Along With Other Injuries Only And Not As

Exclusive Procedure)

2385 Surgical Correction Of Pelvic Bone Fractures.

2386 Surgical Correction Of Longbone Fracture

2387 Surgical Management of Grade I&II Compound Fractures

2388 Surgical Management of Grade III Compound Fractures

2389 Surgical Management of wound In Compound Fracture with Flap cover(86.7)

2390 Management of Soft Tissue Injury

2391 Intesive care management for Chest injuries in RICU Rs. 4000/- per day

2392 Intesive care managementof Neuro Surgical Trauma in Neuro Icu @Rs.4000/Day

2393 Intesive care management for Abdominal Injuries In Surgical ICU

2394 Amputation Surgery

2395 Medical Management for Neuro surgical trama in General Ward

2396 Surgical Treatment (Up To) for Neuro Surgical Trauma

2397 Conservative management for Chest injuries in General Ward

2398 Surgical Treatment for Chest injuries

2399 Conservative management for Abdominal Injuries In General Ward

2400 Tracheostomy

2401 Surgical Management with Facial Bone Fractures (Facio- Maxillary Injuries)

Cochlear Implant Surgery (CIS)

2402 Post Switch On Mapping/Initiation Of AVT And Training Of Child And Mother – Second Installment

2403 Post Switch On Mapping/Initiation Of AVT And Training Of Child And Mother – Third Installment

2404 Post Switch On Mapping/Initiation Of AVT And Training Of Child And Mother – Fourth Installment

2405 Behind Ear Analogue Hearing Aid for Hearing impaired

2406 Cochlear Implant Surgery

2407 Initial Mapping/Switch On for Auditory – Verbal Therapy

2408 Post Switch On Mapping/Initiation Of AVT And Training Of Child And Mother – First Installment

Prosthesis

2409 SYMES Prostheses – High Density Ppolyethylene (HDP) / Polypropylene (PP)

2410 SYMES Prostheses – Fibre

2411 SYMES Prostheses – Modular

2412 Upper Limb – High Density Ppolyethylene (HDP) / Polypropylene (PP)

2413 Upper Limb – Fibre

2414 Upper Limb – Modular

2415 Whole Upper Limb – High Density Ppolyethylene (HDP) / Polypropylene (PP)

2416 Whole Upper Limb – Fibre

2417 Whole Upper Limb – Modular

2418 Above Elbow – High Density Ppolyethylene (HDP) / Polypropylene (PP)

2419 Above Elbow – Fibre

2420 Above Elbow – Modular

2421 Above Knee – High Density Ppolyethylene (HDP) / Polypropylene (PP)

2422 Above Knee – Fibre

2423 Above Knee – Modular

2424 Below Knee/ Petellar Tendon Bearing – High Density Ppolyethylene (HDP) / Polypropylene (PP)

2425 Below Knee/Petellar Tendon Bearing – Fibre

2426 Below Knee/Petellar Tendon Bearing – Modular

2427 Through Knee – High Density Ppolyethylene (HDP) / Polypropylene (PP)

2428 Through Knee – Fibre

2429 Through Knee – Modular

2430 Hip disarticulation prostheses – Hdp/Pp

2431 Hip disarticulation prostheses – Fibre

2432 Hip disarticulation prostheses – Modular

2433 Hip disarticulation prostheses – Partial Foot Prostheses

Dental surgery

2434 Fistulectomy

2435 Sequestrectomy

2436 Tumour excision

2437 Apisectomy including LA

2438 Cyst under LA (Large)

2439 Cyst under LA (Small)

2440 Flap operation per Tooth

2441 Gingivectomy per Tooth

2442 Impacted Molar including LA

2443 Flap Operation per quadrant

2444 Gingivectomy per quadrant

2445 Reduction & immobilasation of fracture- Maxilla Under LA

2446 Reduction & immobilasation of fracture-Mandible Under LA

2447 splints/Cirucum mandibular wiring under LA

2448 splints/Cirucum mandibular wiring under GA

2449 Internal wire fixation/plate fixation of Maxilla under LA

2450 Internal wire fixation/plate fixation of Maxilla under GA

2451 Internal wire fixation/plate fixation of Mandible under LA

2452 Internal wire fixation/plate fixation of Mandible under GA

2453 Extraction per tooth under LA

2454 Complicated Ext. per Tooth under LA

2455 Extraction of impacted tooth under LA

2456 Extraction in mentally retarded/patients with systemic diseases/patient with special needs under short

term GA

2457 Cyst & tumour of Maxilla /mandible by enucleation/excision/marsupalisation upto 4 cms under LA

2458 Cyst & tumour of Maxilla/mandible by enucleation/excision/marsupalisation size more than 4 cms

under LA

2459 Cyst & tumour of Maxilla/mandible by enucleation/excision/marsupalisation size more than 4 cms

under GA

2460 TM joint ankylosis- under GA

2461 Biopsy Intraoral-Soft tissue

2462 Biopsy Intraoral-Bone

2463 Hemi-mandibulectomy with graft

2464 Hemi-mandibulectomy without graft

2465 Segmental-mandibulectomy with graft

2466 Segmental-mandibulectomy without graft

2467 Maxillectomy- Total with graft

2468 Maxillectomy- Total without graft

2469 Maxillectomy- partial with graft

2470 Maxillectomy- partial without graft

2471 Release of fibrous bands & grafting -in (OSMF) treatment under GA

2472 Pre-prosthetic surgery- Alveoloplasty

2473 Pre-prosthetic surgery – ridge augmentation

2474 Root cal Treatment(RCT) Anterior teeth

2475 Root cal Treatment(RCT) Posterior teeth

2476 Apicoectomy- Single root

2477 Apicoectomy-Multiple roots

2478 Metal Crown-per unit

2479 Metal crown with Acrylic facing per unit

2480 Complete single denture-metal based

2481 Complete denture- acrylic based per arch

2482 Removable partial denture-Metal based-upto 3 teeth

2483 Removable partial denture-Metal based-more than 3 teeth

2484 Removable partial denture-Acrylic based-upto 3 teeth

2485 Removable partial denture-Acrylic based-more than 3 teeth

2486 Amalgum restoration-per tooth

2487 Composite Restoration-per tooth-anterior tooth

2488 Glas Ionomer-per tooth

2489 Scaling & polishing

2490 Removable Orthodontics appliance- per Arch

2491 Fixed Orhtodontics-per Arch

2492 Space maintainers-Fixed

2493 Habit breaking appliances-removable

2494 Habit breaking appliances-Fixed

2495 Expansion plate

2496 Feeding appliance for cleft palate

2497 Surgical Placement Of Eye Prosthesis With Implants

2498 Surgical Placement Of Nose Prosthesis With Implants

2499 Surgical Placement Of Zygomatic Implants Under G.A

2500 Functional orthodentic appliances

2501 Obturator (Maxillo-facial)

2502 Occlusal night guard(splint)

2503 Surgical Management of Naso Ethmoidal Floor Fracture – G.A

2504 Surgical Closure Oro-Nasal Fistula

2505 Sinus Lift Procedure Without Grafting (22.39)

2506 Sinus Lift Procedure With Grafting (22.39/76.91)

2507 Application Of Pit & Fissure Sealants (Pedo)

2508 Temporary Filling Per Tooth

2509 Tooth Coloured Restoration Per Tooth

2510 Fabrication & Cementation Of Inlay & Onlay-Ceramic

2511 Fabrication & Cementation Of Inlay & Onlay-Metal

2512 Flouride Gel Application (Pedo)

2513 Treatment Under Conscious Sedation

2514 Vital Bleaching Procedure For 8 Upper Teeth

2515 Preparation & Cementation Of Anterior All Ceramic Laminates

2516 Atraumatic Restorative Treatment

2517 Pulpotomy & Pulpectomy With Ssc

2518 Management Of Avulsed Tooth

2519 Surgical Placement Of Dental Implants Under L.A

2520 Treatment with Micro Implants (Each)

2521 Root Canal Treatment – Deciduous Tooth

2522 Root Canal Treatment With Hemisection Of Root

2523 Root Resection

2524 Extraction Of Deep Bony Impacted Tooth Under G.A.

2525 Preparation And Cementation Of Acrylic Crown

2526 Preparation & Cementatation Of Anterior All Ceramic Crown

2527 Placement Of Stainless Steel Crown (Per Tooth)

2528 Fibre Post & Core Restoration With Anterior All Ceramic Crown (23.4)

2529 Fibre Post & Core Restoration With Metal Ceramic Crown (23.4)

2530 Metal Post & Core Restoration With Metal Ceramic Crown (23.4)

2531 Fabrication & Insertion Of Removable Appliance (Upper / Lower )

2532 Fabrication & Insertion Of Removable Functional Appliance

2533 Fabrication & Insertion Of Removable Partial Denture- Single Tooth

2534 Fabrication & Insertion Of Removable Retainers-Each Arch

2535 Fabrication & Insertion Of Removable Space Maintainers (Pedo)

2536 Treatment With Inclined Plane

2537 Operculectomy

2538 Sub Gingival Curretage Per Quadrant

2539 Crown Lengthening Procedure (24.6)

2540 Root Coverage Procedure (Per Tooth)

2541 Osseous Surgery

2542 Flap Surgery With Bone Grafting (Per Quadrant)

2543 Free Gingival Graft-Gum Surgery

2544 Gingival De Pigmentation Procedure

2545 Local Drug Delivery -Periodontal Treatments

2546 Resection And Reconstruction (Tumor) (76.46)

2547 Excision Of Growth Under L.A.

2548 Surgical Managemant Of Cyst(> 2.5 cm) Under G.A.

2549 Excision Of Growth Under G.A.

2550 Excision Of Precancerous Lesions Under L.A

2551 Excision Of Precancerous Lesions Under G.A

2552 Excision Of Precancerous Lesions With Grafting (76.91)

2553 Surgical Excision With Grafting (76.91)

2554 Enucleation Of Cyst/ Tumor

2555 Rapid Maxillary Expansion With Hyrax Screwifr Palatal Expanders

2556 Treatment With Temporary Anchorage Devices

Critical care

2557 Medical Management of Acute Bronchitis with Pneumonia and Respiratory Failure

2558 Medical Management of COPD with Respiratory Failure (Infective Exacerbation)

2559 Medical Management of Acute Severe Asthma With Acute Respiratory Failure

2560 Medical Management of ARDS

2561 Medical Management of ARDS with DIC (Blood & Blood Products) (D65)

2562 Intensive care management of Septic Shock

2563 Medical Management of Poisioning Requiring Ventilatory Assistance

2564 Medical Management of ARDS with Multi Organ failure (R65.1)

General Medicine

2565 Medical Management of Tb Meningitis

2566 Medical Management of Cerebral Malaria

2567 Medical Management of Chelation Therapy For Thalassemia Major

2568 Medical Management of Thrombocytopenia With Bleeding Diathesis

2569 Medical Management of Other Coagulation Disorders

2570 Medical Management of Metabolic Coma Requiring Ventilatory Support

2571 Medical Management of Snake Bite Requiring Ventilator Support

2572 Medical Management of Scorpion Sting Requiring Ventilator Support

2573 Medical Management of Hemophilia (D67/D68.0)

2574 Respiratory tuberculosis, bacteriologically and histologically confirmed

2575 Acute hepatitis A

2576 Acute hepatitis B

2577 Other acute viral hepatitis

2578 Chronic viral hepatitis

2579 Unspecified viral hepatitis

2580 Diarrhoea and gastroenteritis of presumed infectious origin

2581 Viral and other specified intestinal infections

2582 Other bacterial intestinal infections

2583 Other bacterial foodborne intoxications, not elsewhere classified

2584 Dengue fever [classical dengue

2585 Dengue haemorrhagic fever

2586 Plasmodium falciparum malaria

2587 Plasmodium vivax malaria

2588 Plasmodium malariae malaria

2589 Other parasitologically confirmed malaria

2590 Unspecified malaria

2591 Typhoid and paratyphoid fevers

2592 Essential (primary) hypertension

2593 Viral pneumonia, not elsewhere classified

2594 Pneumonia due to Streptococcus pneumoniae

2595 Pneumonia due to Haemophilus influenzae

2596 Bacterial pneumonia, not elsewhere classified

2597 Pneumonia due to other infectious organisms, not elsewhere classified

2598 Pneumonia in diseases classified elsewhere

2599 Pneumonia, organism unspecified

2600 Gestational [pregnancy-induced] hypertension without significant proteinuria

2601 Gestational [pregnancy-induced] hypertension with significant proteinuria

2602 Subarachnoid haemorrhage

2603 Other nontraumatic intracranial haemorrhage

2604 Stroke, not specified as haemorrhage or infarction

2605 Bronchitis, not specified as acute or chronic

2606 Simple and mucopurulent chronic bronchitis

2607 Unspecified chronic bronchitis

2608 Emphysema

2609 Acute tubulo-interstitial nephritis

2610 Neonatal jaundice due to other excessive haemolysis

2611 Neonatal jaundice from other and unspecified causes

2612 Acute and subacute endocarditis

2613 Viral meningitis

2614 Amoebiasis

2615 Medical Management of Myelodysplastic Syndromes

2616 Medical Management of Pancytopenia

2617 Medical Management of Anaemias (Less Than 7 Gms)/ Heart Failure

2618 Medical Management of Periodic Paralysis

2619 Medical Management of Metabolic Encephalopathy

2620 Medical Management of Acute Rheumatic Fever

2621 Medical Management of Hypertensive Emergencies

Infectious diseases

2622 Medical Management of Severe Tetanus

2623 Medical Management of Complicated Diphtheria

2624 Medical Management of Cryptococcal Meningitis

Paediatrics

2625 Medical Management of Enteric Fever Complicated in Paediatric patient

2626 Medical Management of Neuro Tuberculosis in Paediatric patient

2627 Medical Management of Neuro Tuberculosis With Ventilation in Paediatric patient

2628 Medical Management of Haemophillia Including Von Willibrands disease in Paediatric patients

2629 Medical Management of Diabetic Ketoacidosis in Paediatric patient

2630 Medical Management of Meningo- Encephalitis in Paediatric patients (Ventilated)

2631 Medical Management of Encephalitis / Encephalopathy in Paediatric patient

2632 Medical Management of Convulsive Disorders/Status Epilepticus (Fits)in Paediatric patient

2633 Medical Management of Stroke Syndrome in Paediatric patient

2634 Medical Management of Severe Myocarditis in Paediatric patient

2635 Medical Management of Viral Myocarditis in Paediatric patient

2636 Medical Management of Intra Cranial Bleed in Paediatric patient

2637 Medical Management of Acute Broncho Lobar pneumonia With Empyema/ Pleural Effusion in

Paediatric patients(J18.1/J43/J90)

2638 Medical Management of Acute Broncho Lobar pneumonia With Pyo Pneumothorax in Paediatric

patient(J18.1/J86/J93)

2639 Medical Management of ARDS with DIC (Blood & Blood Products) (D65)- paediatrics

2640 Medical Management of Acute Hepatitis With Hepatic Encephalopathy in Paediatric patient

2641 Medical management of Acute Pancreatitis (Mild)- paediatric patients

2642 Medical Management of Acute Gastro Intestinal Bleed in Paediatric patients

2643 Medical Management of Steroid Resistant Nephrotic Syndrome Complicated Or Resistant in Paediatric

patients

2644 Medical Management of Acute Renal Failure in Paediatric patient

2645 Medical Management of Acute Renal Failure With Dialysis in Paediatric patients

2646 Medical Management of Urinary Tract Infection With Complications Like Pyelonephritis And Renal

Failure in Paediatric patient(N13.617.9)

2647 Medical management of term Baby With Septicemia Culture Positive,Hyperbili rubinemia Not

requiring Ventilatory support.

2648 Medical management of pre-term Baby of 30 To 32 Weeks Septi cemia Ductus Arteriosus -requiring

Mechanical Ventilation.

2649 Medical Management of Term Baby With Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension Ventilation-Hfo

Hyperbilirubinem ia Clinically evident septicemia.

2650 Medical Management of Term Baby With Severe Perinatal Asphyxia Clinically evident septicemia,

Hyperbilirubinem ia – Not requiring Ventilatory support.

2651 Medical Management of Term Baby With Severe Perinatal Asphyxia Clinically evident septicemia,

Hyperbilirubinem ia – requiring Ventilatory support.

2652 Medical Management of Term Baby Severe Hyperbilirubinem ia Clinically evident Septicemia.

2653 Medical management of Seizures in term baby requiring ventilatory support.

2654 Medical Management of Necrotising Enterocolitis, Clinically evident Septicemia, Hyperbilirubinem ia

not requiring ventilatory support.

2655 Medical Management of Term Baby, Fulminant septicemia Culture Positive with Septic Shock,

Hyperbilirubinem ia Renal Failure requiring ventilatory support.

2656 Medical Management of Preterm Baby 33 To 34 Weeks with Severe Hyaline Membrane Disease

Clinically evident septicemia Hyperbilirubinemia requiring Bubble Cpap.

2657 Medical Management of pre term baby of 33 To 34 Weeks with Preterm Baby Severe Hyaline

Membrane Disease Clinically evident septicemia Hyperbilirubinemia requiring ventilatory support.

2658 Medicalmanagement of Preterm baby of 35 To 36 Weeks with Mild Hyaline Membrane Disease

septicemia Culture Positive Hyperbilirubinem ia not requiring ventilatory support.

2659 Medicalmanagement of Preterm baby of 33 To 34 Weeks with Mild Hyaline Membrane Disease

septicemia Culture Positive Hyperbilirubinem ia not requiring ventilatory support.

2660 Medical management of Preterm baby of 33 To 34 Weeks with severe Hyaline Membrane Disease

septicemia Culture Positive Hyperbilirubinem requiring ventilatory support/ bubble Cpap.

2661 Medical management of Preterm baby of 30 To 32 Weeks with severe Hyaline Membrane Disease

septicemia Culture Positive Hyperbilirubinem ia requiring Mechanical ventilatory support.

2662

Medical management of Preterm baby of 33 To 34 Weeks with severe Hyaline Membrane Disease

septicemia Culture Positive Hyperbilirubinem ia Patent Ductus Arteriosus- requiring Mechanical

ventilatory support.

2663 Medical management of Severe Bronchiolitis

(Non Ventilated)

2664 Medical Management of Severe Bronchopneumon ia

(Non Ventilated)

2665 Medical Management of Severe Aspiration Pneumonia (Non Ventilated)

2666 Medical Management of Severe Bronchiolitis

(Ventilated)

2667 Medical Management of Severe Bronchopneumon ia

(Ventilated)

2668 Medical Management of Acute Severe Asthma (Ventilated)

2669 Medical Management of Severe Aspiration Pneumonia ( Ventilated)

2670 Medical Management of Congenital Heart Disease With Congestive Cardiac Failure in Paediatric

patients

2671 Medical Management of Congenital Heart Disease With Infection (Non Ventilated) in Paediatric

patient

2672 Medical Management of Congenital Heart Disease With Infection And Cardiogenic Shock (Ventilated)

in Paediatric patients

2673 Medical Management of Febrile Seizures (Atypical- Mechanical Ventilated) in Paediatric patients

2674 Medical Management of Cardiogenic Shock in Paediatric patients

2675 Medical Management of Scorpion Sting With Myocarditis And Cardiogenic Shock Requiring

Ventilatory Assistance in Paediatric patients

2676 Medical Management of Poison Ingestion/ Aspiration Requiring Ventilatory Assistance in Paediatric

patients

2677

Medical management of Preterm baby of

<30 Weeks with severe Hyaline Membrane Disease septicemia Culture Positive

Hyperbilirubinem ia requiring Mechanical ventilatory support.

2678 Medical management of pre-term Baby of <30 Weeks Severe Hyaline Membrane Disease Septi cemia

Culture Positive,Hyperbili rubinemia Patent Ductus Arteriosus -requiring Mechanical Ventilation.

2679 Medical Management of Guillian-Barre Syndrome-paediatric

2680 Medical Management of Ards With Multi- Organ Failure paediatric

2681 Medical Management of Ards Plus Dic (Blood & Blood Products) paediatric

2682 Medical Management of Infective Endocarditis- paediatric

2683 Medical Management of Meningo- Encephalitis (Non Ventilated)

2684 Medical Management of Status Epilepticus

2685 Medical Management of Acute Renal Failure

2686 MEDICAL MANAGEMENT SEPTIC SHOCK- paediatric

2687 Medical Management of Snake Bite Requiring Ventilatory Assistance- paediatric

2688 Medical Management of Acquired Heart Disease With Congestive Cardiac Failure

2689 Medical Management of Anemia Of Unknown Cause

2690 Medical Management of Pyogenic Meningitis- paediatric

2691 Medical Management of Thalassemia Major Requiring Chelation Therapy- Paediatric

2692 Medical Management of Cerebral Malaria (Falciparum)- paediatric

2693

Basic Package for Neo Natal Care (Package for Babies admitted for short term care for conditions

like: Transient tachypnoea of newborn, Mild birth asphyxia, Jaundice requiring phototherapy,

Hemorrhagic disease of newborn, Large for date babies (>4000 gm) for observational care)

2694

Specialised Package for Neo Natal Care (Package for Babies admitted with mild-moderate respiratory

distress, Infections/sepsis with no major complications, Prolonged/persistent jaundice, Assisted feeding

for low birth weight babies (<1800 gms), Neonatal seizures)

2695

Advanced Package for Neo Natal Care (Low birth weight babies <1500 gm and all babies admitted

with complications like Meningitis, Severe respiratory distress, Shock, Coma, Convulsions or

Encephalopathy, Jaundice requiring exchange transfusion, NEC)

2696 Medical Management of Acute gastritis in Paediatric patient

2697 Medical Management of Pulmonary koch’s with complications in Paediatric patient

2698 Medical Management of Tetanus in Paediatric patient

2699 Medical Management of Diphtheria in Paediatric patient

2700 Medical Management of Viral haemmaragic fever with complicatons in Paediatric patient

2701 Medical Management of Viral hepatitis in Paediatric patient

2702 Medical Management of Auto immune hemolytic anemia in Paediatric patient

2703 Medical Management of Henoch – schonlein purpura in Paediatric patient

2704 Medical Management of Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura in Paediatric patient

2705 Medical Management of Rickets in Paediatric patient

2706 Medical Management of Muscular dystrophy in Paediatric patient

2707 Medical Management of Acute flaccid paralysis in Paediatric patient

2708 Medical Management of Rheumatic heart disease in Paediatric patient

2709 Medical Management of Croup in Paediatric patient

2710 Medical Management of Acute pharyngo tonsillitis in Paediatric patient

2711 Medical Management of Portal hypertension in Paediatric patient

2712 Medical Management of Rheumatoid Arthritis Requiring Hospitalisation

2713 Medical Management of Acute glomerulonephritis in Paediatric patient

2714 Medical Management of Nephrotic syndrome-non steriod resistant in Paediatric patient

2715 Medical Management of Renal Tubular Acidosis

2716 Medical Management of UTI (Urinary Tract Infection)

2717 Newborn (suspected to be) affected by maternal renal and urinary tract diseasesNewborn (suspected to

  1. be) affected by maternal conditions classifiable to N00-N39

2718 Medical Management of Cyanotic heart disease in Paediatric patient

Cardiology

2719 Management Of Acute MI With Angiogram

2720 Medical Management of Acute MI With Cardiogenic Shock

2721 Medical Management of Acute MI Requiring IABP Pump

2722 Medical Management of Pulmonary Embolism

2723 Medical Management of Pericardial Effusion, Tamponade with¿Aspiration

2724 Medical Management of Infective Endocarditis

2725 Medical Management of Complex Arrhythmias

2726 Ablation Therapy for Simple Arrythmias

2727 Medical Management of Refractory Cardiac Failure

2728 Medical Management of Acute Mi (Conservative Management Without Angiogram)

2729 Medical Management of Accelerated Systemic Hypertension

2730 Medical Management of CAD – Chronic Stable Angina

2731 Medical Management of Acute MI-AHF-Not Requiring Ventilator

2732 Medical Management of CAD-Acute MI With Pulmonary Edema – Requiring Ventilator

2733 Medical Management of Pericardial Effusion, Tamponade without Aspiration

2734 Medical Management Of Simple Arrhythmias

2735 CHF-Acute Decompensation-Medical Management Without Ventilator

2736 CHF-Acute Decompensation-Medical Management With Ventilator

2737 Medical Management of Chronic Heart Failure

2738 Medical Management Of Aortic Dissection

2739 Medical Management of Deep Vein Thrombosis

2740 Medical Management Of Vascular Embolisation

2741 Medical Management Of Aortoarteritis

2742 Medical Management Cardiogenic Shock (Non AMI) With Out Angiogram

2743 Medical Management Cardiogenic Shock (Non AMI) With Angiogram

Nephrology

2744 Medical Management of Nephrotic Syndrome

2745 Medical Management of Rapidly Progressive Renal Failure

2746 Medical Management of AKI Without Dialysis

2747 Medical Management of Chronic Renal Failure 1 (Crf )

2748 Maintenance Hemodialysis For Crf

2749 Medical Management of Post Transplant Sepsis

2750 CAPD Peritonitis

2751 Medical Management of Acute Glomerulo Nephritis

Neurology

2752 Medical Management of Neuroinfections -Pyogenic Meningitis(Bacterial)

2753 Medical Management of Neuroinfections -Fungal Meningitis

2754 Medical Management of ADEM

2755 Medical Management of Neuroinfections -Viral Meningoencephalitis (Including Herpes Encephalitis)

2756 Medical Management of Guillian-Barre Syndrome

2757 Medical Management of Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy(CIDP)

2758 Medical Management of Neuromuscular disorders (Myasthenia Gravis)

2759 Medical Management of Acquired Myopathies

2760 Medical Management of Optic Neuritis

2761 Medical Management of Hemorrhagic Stroke/Strokes(I61/I62/I63/I64)

2762 Medical Management of Ischemic Strokes

2763 Management with Immunoglobulin Therapy – Iv

2764 Medical Management of Epilepsy – Idiopathic Neurocysticercosis Tuberculoma

2765 Medical Management of Wilson’S Disease

2766 Medical Management of Dementia

2767 Medical Management of Parkinsonism

2768 Medical Management of Migraine

2769 Medical Management of Myopathies – Heriditary

Pulmonology

2770 Medical Management of Bronchiectasis with Repeated Hospitalisation>6per Year

2771 Medical Management of Pneumoconiosis

2772 Medical Management of Interstitial Lung Diseases

2773 Medical Management of Lung Abscess ,Non Resolving

2774 Medical Management of Pneumothorax (Large/Recurrent)

2775 Medical Management of Acute Respiratory Failure (Without Ventilator)

2776 Medical Management of Acute Respiratory Failure (With Ventilator)

2777 Medical Management of Cold Abscess Chest Wall

2778 Medical Management of Aspergilloma

2779 Medical Management of A.B.P.A (Alergic Broncho Pulmonary Aspergillosis)

2780 Medical Management of Sarcoidosis

2781 Medical Management of Cystic Fibrosis

2782 Medical Management of Pulmonary Vasculitis

2783 Medical Management of Pneumonias

Dermatology

2784 Medical management of Pemphigus

2785 Medical management of Stevens- Johnson Syndrome

2786 Medical management of Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis

2787 Medical Management of Leprosy Reactions & Deformities (Type I & Type Ii)

2788 Medical Management of Chlamydial Tests

2789 Medical Management of Herpes Zoster Post Herpetic Neuralgia

2790 Medical Management of Electro/Cryocautery For Warts

2791 Medical Management of Cutaneous Malignancies -Malignant Melanoma

2792 Medical Management of Cutaneous Malignancies (Sq. Cell Ca ,Bcc, Lymphomas )

2793 Medical Management of Bullous Disorders (Pemphigoid/Pemphigois)

2794 Medical Management of Acute Contact Allergic Dermatitis

2795 Medical Management of Pustular Psoriasis

2796 Medical Management of Adverse Drug Reactions

2797 Medical Management of Acute Urticaria

2798 Medical Management of Erythema Multiforme

2799 Medical Management of Erythroderma

2800 Medical Management of Vitiligo Medical (OP Management)

2801 Medical Management of Cutaneous Vasculitis

2802 Medical Management of Dermatomyositis

2803 Medical Management of Connective Tissue Disorders – Systemic Sclerosis

2804 Medical Management of Connective Tissue Disorders – Dermatomyositis / Polymyositis

Rheumatology

2805 Medical management of Scleroderma

2806 Medical management of SLE (Systemic Lupus Erythematosis)

2807 Medical management of Primary Sjogren’S Syndrome

2808 Medical management of Sle (Systemic Lupus Erythematosis) with sepsis

2809 Medical management of Mctd Mixed Connective Tissue Disorder

2810 Medical management of Vasculitis

2811 Medical Management of Anti Phospho Lipid Antibody Syndrome With Ischemia

2812 Medical Management of Severe Psoriatic Arthritis

2813 Medical Management of Juvenile Idiorpathic Arthritis

2814 Medical Management of Juvenile Idiorpathic Arthritis with systemic onset

2815 Medical Management of Gout

2816 Medical Management of Infection Related Arthrites

2817 Medical Management of Undifferentiated Inflammatory Arthritis

2818 Medical Management of Undifferentiated Connective Tissue Disorder

2819 Medical Management of Severe Spondylo Arthropathies

2820 Medical Management of Inflamatory Myositis

2821 Medical Management of Severe Myositis Requiring IVIG

2822 Medical Management of Osteoporosis With Recent Painful Yertebral Fracture

2823 Medical Management of Osteomalacia

Endocrinology

2824 Medical management of Rhinocerebral Mucormycosis

2825 Medical Management of Grave’S Disease

2826 Medical management of Pyelonephritis in uncontrolled Diabetes melitus

2827 Medical management of Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis in uncontrolled Diabetes melitus

2828 Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus

2829 Non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus

2830 Malnutrition-related diabetes mellitus

2831 Hormonal therapy for Pituitary – Acromegaly

2832 Initial evaluation and management of Hypopituitarism without growth harmone

2833 Hypopiturasim Initial Evaluation And Management With Growth Hormone

2834 Hypopiturasim Maintanance Phase Monthly Package For Growth Hormone

2835 Medical Management of Cushings Syndrome

2836 Medical Management of Precocious Puberty

2837 Medical management of Lower Respiratoy Tract Infection

2838 Medical management of Fungal Sinusitis

2839 Medical management of Cholecystitis

2840 Medical Management of Osteoporosis

2841 Hormonal therapy for Delayed Puberty Hypogonadism-Turners Syndrome

2842 Hormonal therapy for Delayed Puberty Hypogonadism-Turners Syndrome/Kleinfelter

Syndrome(Q98.4)

Gastroentrology

2843 Medical Management of Oesophageal Varices with Sclerotherapy

2844 Medical Management of Oesophageal Varices using Variceal Banding

2845 Medical management of Gastric Varices

2846 Medical management of Oesophageal Fistula

2847 Medical Management of Infective Proctitis entero Colitis

2848 Medical Management of Abdominal Tuberculosis

2849 Medical Management – SEMS (Stent) For Paliation Of Advanced Biliary Malignancy

2850 Medical Management- SEMS (Stent) For Paliation Of Advanced Pancreatic Malignancy

2851 Medical Management – SEMS (Stent) For Paliation Of Advanced GI Malignancy

2852 Medical Management of Budd-Chiari Syndrome

2853 Medical Management of Haemorrhoids

2854 Medical Management of COPD Acute Exacerbation

2855 Medical Management of Chronic Persistent Asthama

2856 Medical Management of Bronchial Asthma (Acute and Chronic Severe)

2857 Medical Management of Inhalational Lung Injuries

2858 Medical Management of Empyema

2859 Medical Management of Pleural Effusion

2860 Medical Management of Infective Oesophagitis (Candida Viralbacterial)

2861 Medical Management ofGastro Esophageal Reflux Disease

2862 Medical management of Achalasia Cardia

2863 Medical management of Corrosive Oesophageal Injury

2864 Medical management of Corrosive Oesophageal Injury

2865 Conservative management of Oesophageal Foreign Body

2866 Conservative management of Oesophageal Perforation

2867 Medical Management of Oesophageal Perforation, Conservative Management With Stent

2868 Medical Management of Mallory Weiss Tear

2869 Medical Management of Duodenal Ulcer

2870 Medical Management of Gastric Ulcer

2871 Medical Management of Erosive Gastritis

2872 Medical Management of Gastric Outlet Obstruction

2873 Medical Management of Gastric Polyp

2874 Medical management of GAVE(Gastric Antral Vascular Ectasia)

2875 Medical Management of Crohn’S Disease

2876 Medical Management of Ulcerative Colitis

2877 Medical Management of Ischaemic Bowel Disease

2878 Medical Management of Fissure

2879 Medical Management of Rectal Polyp ¿ Medical Management

2880 Medical Management of Colorectal Polyps

2881 Medical Management of Solitary Rectal Ulcer Syndrome

2882 Medical Management of Radiation Proctitis

2883 Conservative management of Cirrhosis with Hepatic Encephalopathy

2884 Medical Management of Acute Liver Failure

2885 Medical Management of Cirrhosis Decompensated Including SBP, Portal HTN, Bleed

2886 Medical Management of Compensated Cirrhosis

2887 Medical Management of Liver Abscess (Amoebic, Pyogenic & Misc. Infections)

2888 Medical management of Cirrhosis with Hepato Renal Syndrome

2889 Medical Management of Gall Stone Diseases(Biliary Colic, cholangitis, cholecystitis)

2890 Medical management of Sclerosing Cholangitis

2891 Medical Management of Billiary Stricture

2892 Medical management of Acute Pancreatitis (Mild)

2893 Medical management of Acute Pancreatitis (Severe)

2894 Conservative management of Chronic Pancreatitis with Severe Pain

2895 Conservative management of Acute Pancreatitis With Pseudocyst (Infected)

2896 Medical Management of Chronic Pancreatitis With Pseudocyst Infected

2897 Medical Management of Malabsorption Syndrome

2898 Medical Management of Chronic Pancreatitics With Maldigestion

2899 Medical management of Post op stent

2900 Medical management of Post op leaks

2901 Medical Management of Upper GI Bleed

2902 Medical Management of Lower GI Bleed

2903 Conservative management of Obscure GI Bleed

2904 Medical Management of Haemoptysis For Evaluation

2905 Medical Management of Ascities Of Any Etiology (Tubercolor, Melignant, Pancreatic, Biliary)

Psychiatry

2906 Medical Management of Schizophrenia

2907 Medical Management of Acute Psychotic Episode

2908 Medical Management of Bipolar Affective Disorder (A. Type-1)

PMR

External/ Non-invasive Interventions

2909 CPR, ABLS,

2910 Nebulization,

2911 Manipulation, Ponsetti technique,

2912 Massage

2913 Postural drainage,

2914 Manual lymphatic drainage,

2915 Skin Traction

2916 Dressing

2917 Bandaging

2918 Transfer activities

2919 Self-help basic ADLs

2920 Gait training

2921 Crutch gait training

2922 Wheelchair activities/ manoeuvres

2923 POP casting

2924 Therapeutic exercises

2925 NDT, PNF

2926 Counseling

2927 Behaviour therapy

2928 Aquatic therapy

2929 Electrical stimulation, FES

2930 Strapping

2931 Splinting

2932 Orthoses

2933 Immediate Post Op Prosthesis

2934 Physical Agents and Electrotherapy like Cold, Heat, Diathermy, Ultrasound, LASER, Traction etc.

  1. Invasive Interventions

2935 B1. Skull traction

B2. Injections:

2936 Peri-articular injection

2937 Tendon-sheath injection

2938 Intra-articular injections including visco-supplementation

2939 Joint aspiration/ injection

2940 Bursa aspiration/ injection

2941 Ganglion decompression

2942 Trigger point injection

2943 Spinal injections like Epidural injection

2944 Botulinum toxin injection

2945 Platelet rich plasma injections

2946 Prolotherapy

2947 Ultrasound/ image guided injections

2948 Penile injections

2949 Facet joint injection

2950 SI joint injection

2951 TM joint injection

2952 Nascent Nitrogen, Ozone or CO2 intra-particular/ intra-discal instillation

B3. Blocks

2953 Nerve Blocks e.g.Phenol, Lignocaine

2954 Motor point blocks

2955 Regional nerve blocks

2956 Stellate ganglion block

2957 Coeliac plexus nerve block

2958 Neuraxial blocks

B4. Instillations:

2959 Intravesical instillation of anti-cholinergics

  1. Surgical Interventions:

2960 Debridement of pressure sores

2961 Release of compressive neuropathies,

2961 Tenotomy subcutaneous, open

2961 Soft tissue release

2961 Tendon lengthening

2961 Tendon transfers

2961 Release of pulleys in hand

2961 Joint stabilization/ Arthrodesis

2961 Excision arthroplasty

2961 Insertion of wires, K wire, pins and rods

2961 External fixator – Ilizarov, JESS

2961 Osteotomies e.g. for Genu valgum / varum, hip etc.

2961 Amputation/ Revision amputation

2961 Anaesthetic foot surgeries e.g. TA lengthening, ulcer management

2961 CTEV -STR, bony correction

2961 Synovectomy, capsuloplasty, repositioning/ repair of tendons etc. In rheumatoid hand

2961 Excision of ganglion

2961 Skin grafting

2961 Skin flaps rotation

2961 Contracture release like at hip, knee, elbow, neck (sternomastoid tumor), hand

2961 Congenital anomalies correction

2961 Urethral Dilatation

2961 Urethral Repair

2961 Sphincteromy

2961 Sphincter Stent Prosthesis

2961 Baloon Dilation

2961 Penoscrotal Fistula repair.

2961 Sacral Anterior Root Stimulation

2961 Spinal Cord Stimulation

  1. Scopies

2962 Arthroscopy- diagnostic and therapeutic

2963 Cystoscopy in neurogenic bladder

2964 Proctoscopy

  1. Advanced Interventions

2965 Intra-thecal pump

2966 Neuro-prosthetic implants

2967 Osseointegration

2968 Stem cells therapy

  1. Miscellaneous:

2969 Endotracheal suction

2970 Endo-Tracheal Intubation

2971 Nasogastric tube

2972 Flatus tube

2973 Catheterization

2974 Digital evacuation

2975 Stoma care

2976 Central venous line

2977 Insertion of intercostals drainage tube

2978 Venti mask/ nasal prong

2979 Arterial blood sample

2980 Monitoring of vital signs

2981 Venesection

2982 Incision and drainage

2983 Pulse oxymetry

2984 Tourniquet application

2985 Brain death identification

2986 Tracheostomy Tube Change, Downsizing and removal

2987 Rehabilitation Therapy session (45 Minutes)

Diagnostic Interventions

2988 EMG, NCV and other electrodignostic tests

2989 Musculoskeletal Ultrasound

2990 Urodynamic Evaluations

2991 Instrumental Gait Analysis

2992 Foot pressure analysis

2993 Dynamic posturography

2994 Trans cutaneous oxymetry

2995 Autonomic Function Tests

2996 Cutaneous Thermography

2997 Spondylometry

2998 Body composition analysis

2999 Instrumental ADL assessment

3000 Dynamometry

3001 Goniometry

3002 Doppler test

3003 Exercise Testing

3004 Pulmonary Function Testing

3005 Isokinetic Exercise Testing

3006 Driving and work simulation

3007 Body weight supported treadmill testing/ training

3008 Robotics- testing/ training

3009 Audiometry

3010 Biofeedback

3011 Video fluoroscopic evaluation of swallowing

3012 Modified barium swallow

3013 Cine esophagogram

3014 Palato pharangeal analysis (image guided swallow analysis)

3015 Fiber optic endoscopy examination of swallow

3016 Instrumental Swallowing assesment

3017 Ultrasound Evaluation of Swallowing

3018 Intraluminal pharyngeal manometry

3019 Electro-magnetic articulography

3020 Esophageal manometry

3021 Hyperbaric oxygen therapy

3022 Vaccum Assisted Closure (VAC)

3023 Robotic Interactive Therapy

3024 Virtual Reality

3025 Ambient Intelligence

3026 Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

3027 Optokinetic Stimulation

3028 Treadmill Test

3029 Metabolic analysis during exercise/otherwise

Clinical Procedures

3030 Clinical Evaluation of Patients in P.M.R. and Documentation

3031 History Taking in PMR

3032 Prosthetic & orthotic fitting & check out.

3033 Thermoplastic splinting

3034 Disability assessment

3035 Functional Capacity Evaluation and driving fitness etc

The Clinical Establishments (Central Government) Rules, 2012

Stethoscope

Published vide Notification New Delhi, the 23rd May, 2012

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

(Department of Health and Family Welfare)

G.S.R. 387(E). – In exercise of the powers conferred by section 52 of the Clinical Establishments (Registration and Regulation) Act, 2010 (23 of 2010), the Central Government hereby makes the following rules namely:-

1. Short title and commencement. – (1) These rules may be called the Clinical Establishments (Central Government) Rules, 2012.(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. Definitions. – In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires.-

(a) “Act” means the Clinical Establishments (Registration and Regulation) Act, 2010;

(b) “Secretary” means the Secretary of the National Council for clinical establishments,

(c) Words and expressions used and not defined in these rules, but defined in the Act, shall have the same meanings respectively assigned to them in the Act.

3. Appointment of Secretary of the National Council by the Central Government. – (1) The officer of the rank of Joint Secretary dealing with the subject of Clinical Establishments in the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India shall be the ex-officio Secretary of the National Council for clinical establishments established under sub-section (1) of section 3 of the Act.(2) The Secretary of the National Council shall be responsible for the control and management of the secretariat of the National Council and supervision of the other staff of the National Council Secretariat and perform such other duties as may be required of him by the National Council for the purposes of the Act.(3) He shall attend the meetings of the National Council for clinical establishments.(4) The duties and responsibilities of the staff of the National Council shall be such as may be laid down from time to time by the Secretary of the National Council.

4. National Council and its sub-committees. – (1) The National Council shall classify and categorise the clinical establishments of recognised systems of medicine and submit the same to the Central Government for its approval.(2) For the appointment of each sub-committee the National Council shall define the functions of the sub-committee, number and nature of members to be appointed thereon and timeline for completion of tasks. At the time of formation of each sub-committee, effort should be made to ensure that there is adequate representation from across the country in each committee from experts in the relevant fields across the private sector, public sector and its organizations, non-governmental sector, professional bodies, academia or research institutions amongst others.(3) The Chairperson of every such sub-committee Shall be appointed by the National Council at the time of the appointment of the sub-committee.(4) The proceedings of the meetings of the sub-committees shall be preserved in the form of minutes.(5) Any recommendations made by the sub-committees shall be placed before the National Council for its consideration and further necessary action.(6) The National Council of clinical establishments may request the State Councils or Union territory Councils to provide inputs for its consideration on particular matters. If required, the State Councils Union territory Council shall at the request of the National Councils the Central Government, as the case may be, constitute sub-committee conSisting of members of the State and Union territory Council and field experts fOr such period not exceeding one year, for deliberations and making recommendations on a particular matter or issue.

5. Allowances for the members of the National Council and sub committees. – The official members of the National Council for clinical establishments shall draw their travel and daily allowances as per the Government of India rules from the same source from which their salary is drawn. The non-official members of the Council shall be paid travel allowance and daily allowances. in accordance with the Government of India rules as applicable, from time to time for the Group ‘A’ officers of Junior Administrative Grade.

6. State Council Union Territory Council representation in the National Council meeting. – The National Council may invite representative(s) from one or more State councils or Union territory councils to participate in its meetings, as may be considered appropriate and the expenses on account of participation by such representatives will be met by the National Council.

7. Common registration form for compilation of the State and National Register. – In order to ensure uniformity in collection of information by the State Governments or Union territory’s administration and data flow in connection with the compilation and maintenance of the State Registers and the National Register in digital format for the purpose of sections 38 and 39 of the Act, the National Council shall also develop the standard application form for registration of clinical establishments

8. District Registering Authority. – (1) Qualifications and the terms and conditions for appointment of the members of the authority. – The district registering authority established by way of notification by the State Government under clause (c) of sub-section (1) of section 10 of the Act shall consist of three other members who shall be nominated by the District Collector or District Magistrate and they shall include the City Police Commissioner or Senior Superintendent of Police or Superintendent of Police, or his nominee, as the case may be, a senior level officer of the Local Self Government at the district level, one representative from a professional medical association or body having presence preferably in the district or within the State, as the case may be, for a tenure of two years.

(2) Filling up of casual vacancy. – If a casual-vacancy occurs whether by reason of death, resignation or inability to discharge functions owing to illness or any other incapacity of a nominated member, such vacancy shall be filled by the District collector District Magistrate by making a fresh appointment and the member so appointed shall hold office only for the remaining tenure of the person in whose place he is so appointed.

(3) Powers of the District Health Officer or Chief Medical Officer for the purposes of provisional registration of clinical establishments. – The District Health Officer or the Chief Medical Officer (by whatever name called) shall exercise the following powers for the purposes of provisional registration of clinical establishments under sub-section (2) of section 10 of the Act, namely:-

(a) for the purposes of provisional registration of the clinical establishment, an application in the prescribed proforma as adopted by the State government with the requisite fee as the State Government may by rules determine;

(b) the application shall be filed in person or by post or online;

(c) the District Health Officer or Chief Medical Officer shall, within a period of ten days from the date of receipt of such application, grant to the applicant a certificate of provisional registration in such form, particulars and information, as the State Government may by rules determine;

(d) the District Health Officer or Chief Medical Officer shall not conduct any inquiry prior to the grant of provisional registration;

(e) notwithstanding the grant of the provisional certificate of registration, the District Health Officer or Chief Medical Officer shall, within a period of forty five days from the grant of provisional registration, cause to be published in such manner, as the State Government may by rules determine, all particulars of the clinical establishment so registered provisionally;

(f) where the clinical establishments in respect of which standards have been notified by the Central Government, provisional registration shall not be granted or renewed beyond.-

(i) the period of two years from the date of notification of the standards in case of clinical establishments which came into existence before the commencement of this Act;

(ii) the period of two years from the date of notification of the standards for clinical establishments which came into existence after the commencement of this Act but before the notification of the standards; and

(iii) the period of six months from the date of notification of standards for clinical establishments which come into existence after standards have been notified;

subject to the conditions as mentioned above, every provisional registration shall be valid till the last day of the twelfth month from the date of issue of the certificate of registration and such registration shall be renewable;

(g) the application for renewal of registration shall be made to the District Health Officer or Chief Medical Officer within thirty days before the expiry of the validity of the certificate of provisional registration and, in case the application for renewal is made after the expiry of the provisional registration, the authority shall allow renewal of registration on payment of such enhanced fees, as the State Government may by rules determine;.

(h) in case the certificate is lost, destroyed, mutilated or damaged, the authority shall issue a duplicate certificate on the request of the clinical establishment and on the payment of fees as the State Government may by rules determine.

9. Other conditions for registration and continuation of clinical establishments. – For registration and continuation, every clinical establishment shall fulfill the following conditions, namely :-

(i) every clinical Establishment shall display the rates charged for each type of service provided and facilities available, for the benefit of the patients at a conspicuous place in the local as well as in english language;

(ii) the clinical establishments shall charge the rates for each type of procedures and services within the range of rates determined and issued by the Central Government from time to time, in consultation with the State Governments;

(iii) the clinical establishments shall ensure compliance of the Standard Treatment Guidelines as may be determined and issued by the Central Government or the State Government as the case may be, from time to time;

(iv) the clinical establishments shall maintain and provide Electronic Medical Records or Electronic Health Records of every patient as may be determined and issued by the Central Government or the State Government as the case may be, from time to time;

(v) every clinical establishment shall maintain information and statistics in accordance with all other applicable laws for the time being in force and the rules made thereunder.

The Clinical Establishments (Registration And Regulation) Act, 2010

Medical

Clinical Establishment Rules [Central]

NO. 23 OF 2010

[18th August, 2010.]

An Act to provide for the registration and regulation of clinical establishments in the country and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

WHEREAS, it is considered expedient to provide for the registration and regulation of clinical establishments with a view to prescribe minimum standards of facilities and services which may be provided by them so that mandate of article 47 of the Constitution for improvement in public health may be achieved;

AND WHEREAS, Parliament has no power to make laws for the States with respect to any of the matters aforesaid except as provided in articles 249 and 250 of the Constitution;

AND WHEREAS, in pursuance of clause (1) of article 252 of the Constitution, resolutions have been passed by all the Houses of the Legislatures of the States of Arunachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Mizoram and Sikkim to the effect that the matters aforesaid should be regulated in those States by Parliament by law;BE it enacted by Parliament in the Sixty-first Year of the Republic of India as follows:—

CHAPTER I

Preliminary

1. Short title, application and commencement. – (1) This Act may be called the Clinical Establishments (Registration and Regulation) Act, 2010.(2) It applies, in the first instance, to the whole of the States of Arunachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Mizoram and Sikkim and the Union territories; and it shall apply to such other State which adopts this Act by resolution passed in that behalf under clause (1) of article 252 of the Constitution.(3) It shall come into force at once in the States of Arunachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Mizoram and Sikkim and the Union territories, on such date as the Central Government may, by notification, appoint and in any other State which adopts this Act under clause (1) of article 252 of the Constitution, on the date of such adoption; and any reference in this Act to the commencement of this Act shall, in relation to any State or Union territory, mean the date on which this Act comes into force in such State or Union territory: Provided that different dates may be appointed for different categories of clinical establishments and for different recognised systems of medicine.

2. Definitions. – In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires,—

(a) “authority” means the district registering authority set-up under section 10;

(b) “certificate” means certificate of registration issued under section 30;

(c) “clinical establishment” means—

(i) a hospital, maternity home, nursing home, dispensary, clinic, sanatorium or an institution by whatever name called that offers services, facilities requiring diagnosis, treatment or care for illness, injury, deformity, abnormality or pregnancy in any recognised system of medicine established and administered or maintained by any person or body of persons, whether incorporated or not; or

(ii) a place established as an independent entity or part of an establishment referred to in sub-clause (i), in connection with the diagnosis or treatment of diseases where pathological, bacteriological, genetic, radiological, chemical, biological investigations or other diagnostic or investigative services with the aid of laboratory or other medical equipment, are usually carried on, established and administered or maintained by any person or body of persons, whether incorporated or not, and shall include a clinical establishment owned, controlled or managed by—

(a) the Government or a department of the Government;

(b) a trust, whether public or private;

(c) a corporation (including a society) registered under a Central, Provincial or State Act, whether or not owned by the Government;

(d) a local authority; and

(e) a single doctor, but does not include the clinical establishments owned, controlled or managed by the Armed Forces. Explanation.—For the purpose of this clause “Armed Forces” means the forces constituted under the Army Act, 1950, the Air Force Act, 1950 and the Navy Act, 1957;

(d) “emergency medical condition” means a medical condition manifesting itself by acute symptoms of sufficient severity (including severe pain) of such a nature that the absence of immediate medical attention could reasonably be expected to result in—

(i) placing the health of the individual or, with respect to a pregnant women, the health of the woman or her unborn child, in serious jeopardy; or

(ii) serious impairment to bodily functions; or

(iii) serious dysfunction of any organ or part of a body;

(e) “National Council” means the National Council for clinical establishments established under section 3;

(f) “notification” means a notification published in the Official Gazette;

(g) “prescribed” means prescribed by rules made under this Act by the Central Government or, as the case may be, the State Government;

(h) “recognised system of medicine” means Allopathy, Yoga, Naturopathy, Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, Siddha and Unani System of medicines or any other system of medicine as may be recognised by the Central Government;

(i) “register” means the register maintained by the authority, State Government and the Central Government under sections 37, 38 and 39 respectively of this Act containing the number of clinical establishments registered;

(j) “registration” means to register under section 11 and the expression registration or registered shall be construed accordingly;

(k) “rules” means rules made under this Act;

(l) “Schedule” means the Schedule appended to this Act;

(m) “standards” means the conditions that the Central Government may prescribe under section 12, for the registration of clinical establishments;

(n) “State Government”, in relation to a Union territory, means the Administrator thereof appointed under article 239 of the Constitution; and

(o) “to stabilise (with its grammatical variations and cognate expressions)” means, with respect to an emergency medical condition specified in clause (d), to provide such medical treatment of the condition as may be necessary to assure, within reasonable medical probability, that no material deterioration of the condition is likely to result from or occur during the transfer of the individual from a clinical establishment.

CHAPTER II

The National Council For Clinical Establishments

3. Establishment of National Council. – (1) With effect from such date as the Central Government may, by notification appoint in this behalf, there shall be established for the purposes of this Act, a Council to be called the National Council for clinical establishments.

(2) The National Council shall consist of—

(a) Director-General of Health Service, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, ex officio, who shall be the Chairperson;

(b) four representatives out of which one each to be elected by the—

(i) Dental Council of India constituted under section 3 of the Dentists Act, 1948;

(ii) Medical Council of India constituted under section 3 of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956;

(iii) Nursing Council of India constituted under section 3 of the Indian Nursing Council Act, 1947;

(iv) Pharmacy Council of India constituted under section 3 of the Pharmacy Act, 1948;

(c) three representatives to be elected by the Central Council of Indian Medicine representing the Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani systems of medicine constituted under section 3 of the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970;

(d) one representative to be elected by the Central Council of Homoeopathy constituted under section 3 of the Homoeopathy Central Council Act, 1973;

(e) one representative to be elected by the Central Council of the Indian Medical Association;

(f) one representative of Bureau of the Indian Standards constituted under section 3 of the Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 1986;

(g) two representatives from the Zonal Council setup under section 15 of the States Reorganisation Act, 1956;

(h) two representatives from the North-Eastern Council set-up under section 3 of the North-Eastern Council Act, 1971;

(i) one representative from the line of paramedical systems excluding systems that have been given representation under clause (b);

(j) two representatives from National Level Consumer Group to be nominated by the Central Government;

(k) one representative from the Associations of Indian Systems of Medicines relating to Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani to be nominated by the Central Government;

(l) the Secretary-General of the Quality Council of India, ex officio.

(3) The nominated members of the National Council shall hold office for three years but shall be eligible for renomination for maximum of one more term of three years.(4) The elected members of the National Council shall hold office for three years, but shall be eligible for reelection: Provided that the person nominated or elected, as the case may be, shall hold office for such period till he holds appointment of the office by virtue of which he was nominated or elected to the council.(5) The members of the National Council shall be entitled for such allowances as may be prescribed by the Central Government.(6) The National Council may, subject to the previous approval of the Central Government, make bye-laws fixing a quorum and regulating its own procedure and the conduct of all business to be transacted by it.(7) The National Council shall meet at least once in three months.(8) The National Council may constitute subcommittees and may appoint to such sub-committee, as it deems fit, persons, who are not members of the National Council, for such period, not exceeding two years, for the consideration of particular matters.(9) The functions of the National Council may be exercised notwithstanding any vacancy therein.(10) The Central Government shall appoint such person to be the Secretary of the National Council as the Central Government may prescribe, and may provide the National Council with such other secretarial and other staff as the Central Government considers necessary.

4. Disqualifications for appointment as member. – A person shall be disqualified for being appointed as a member of the National Council if he—

(a) has been convicted and sentenced to imprisonment for an offence which, in the opinion of the Central Government, involves moral turpitude; or

(b) is an undischarged insolvent; or

(c) is of unsound mind and stands so declared by a competent court; or

(d) has been removed or dismissed from the service of the Government or a Corporation owned or controlled by the Government; or

(e) has, in the opinion of the Central Government, such financial or other interest in the Council as is likely to affect prejudicially the discharge by him of his functions as a member.

5. Functions of National Council. – The National Council shall—

(a) compile and publish a National Register of clinical establishments within two years from the date of the commencement of this Act;

(b) classify the clinical establishments into different categories;

(c) develop the minimum standards and their periodic review;

(d) determine within a period of two years from its establishment, the first set of standards for ensuring proper health care by the clinical establishments;

(e) collect the statistics in respect of clinical establishments;

(f) perform any other function determined by the Central Government from time to time.

6. Power to seek advice or assistance. – The National Council may associate with itself any person or body whose assistance or advice it may desire in carrying out any of the provisions of this Act.

7. National Council to follow consultative process. – The National Council shall follow a consultative process for determining the standards and for classification of clinical establishments in accordance with such procedure as may be prescribed.

CHAPTER III

Registration And Standards For Clinical Establishments

8. State Council of clinical establishments. – (1) Every State Government shall by notification constitute a State Council for clinical establishments or the Union territory Council for clinical establishments, as the case may be.(2) The State Council or the Union territory Council, as the case may be, shall consist of the following members, namely:—

(a) Secretary, Health — ex officio, who shall be the Chairman;

(b) Director of Health Services — ex officio member-secretary;

(c) Directors of different streams of Indian Systems of Medicine ex officio members;

(d) one representative each to be elected by the executive committee of—

(i) State Medical Council of India;

(ii) State Dental Council of India;

(iii) State Nursing Council of India;

(iv) State Pharmacy Council of India;

(e) three representatives to be elected by the Executive of the State Council or the Union territory Council, as the case may be, of Indian Medicine representing the Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani systems of medicine;

(f) one representative to be elected by the State Council of the Indian Medical Association;

(g) one representative from the line of paramedical systems;

(h) two representatives from State level consumer groups or reputed non-Governmental organisations working in the field of health.

(3) The nominated member of the State Council or the Union territory Council, as the case may be, shall hold office for a term of three years, but shall be eligible for renomination for maximum of one more term of three years.(4) The elected members of the State Council or the Union territory Council, as the case may be, shall hold office for three years, but shall be eligible for re-election: Provided that the person nominated or elected, as the case may be, shall hold office for so long as he holds the appointment of the office by virtue of which he was nominated or elected to the State Council or the Union territory Council, as the case may be.

(5) The State Council or the Union territory Council shall perform the following functions, namely:—

(a) compiling and updating the State Registers of clinical establishment;

(b) sending monthly returns for updating the National Register;

(c) representing the State in the National Council;

(d) hearing of appeals against the orders of the authority; and

(e) publication on annual basis a report on the state of implementation of standards within their respective States.

9. Providing information to National Council. – It shall be the responsibility of the State Council for clinical establishments to compile and update the State Register of clinical establishments of the State and further to send monthly returns in digital format for updating the National Register.

10. Authority for registration. – (1) The State Government shall, by notification, set-up an authority to be called the district registering authority for each district for registration of clinical establishments, with the following members, namely:—

(a) District Collector — Chairperson;

(b) District Health Officer — Convenor;

(c) three members with such qualifications and on such terms and conditions as may be prescribed by the Central Government.

(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1), for the purposes of provisional registration of clinical establishments under section 14, the District Health Officer or the Chief Medical Officer (by whatever name called) shall exercise the powers of the authority as per procedure that may be prescribed.

11. Registration for clinical establishments. – No person shall run a clinical establishment unless it has been duly registered in accordance with the provisions of this Act.

12. Condition for registration. – (1) For registration and continuation, every clinical establishment shall fulfil the following conditions, namely:—

(ii) the minimum requirement of personnel as may be prescribed;

(iii) provisions for maintenance of records and reporting as may be prescribed;

(iv) such other conditions as may be prescribed.

(2) The clinical establishment shall undertake to provide within the staff and facilities available, such medical examination and treatment as may be required to stabilise the emergency medical condition of any individual who comes or is brought to such clinical establishment.

13. Classification of clinical establishments. – (1) Clinical establishment of different systems shall be classified into such categories, as may be prescribed by the Central Government, from time to time.(2) Different standards may be prescribed for classification of different categories referred to in sub-section (1): Provided that in prescribing the standards for clinical establishments, the Central Government shall have regard to the local conditions.

CHAPTER IV

Procedure For Registration

14. Application for provisional certificate of registration. – (1) For the purposes of registration of the clinical establishment under section 10, an application in the prescribed proforma along with the prescribed fee shall be made to the authority.(2) The application shall be filed in person or by post or online.(3) The application shall be made in such form and shall be accompanied by such details as may be prescribed under this Act or rules made thereunder.(4) If any clinical establishment is in existence at the time of the commencement of this Act, an application for its registration shall be made within one year from the date of the commencement of this Act and a clinical establishment which comes into existence after commencement of this Act, shall apply for permanent registration within a period of six months from the date of its establishment.(5) If any clinical establishment is already registered under any existing law requiring registration of such establishments, even then it shall apply for registration as referred to in sub-section (1).15. Provisional certificate. – The authority shall, within a period of ten days from the date of receipt of such application, grant to the applicant a certificate of provisional registration in such form and containing such particulars and such information, as may be prescribed.16. No inquiry prior to provisional registration. – (1) The authority shall not conduct any inquiry prior to the grant of provisional registration.(2) Notwithstanding the grant of the provisional certificate of registration, the authority shall, within a period of forty five days from the grant of provisional registration, cause to be published in such manner, as may be prescribed, all particulars of the clinical establishment so registered provisionally.17. Validity of provisional registration. – Subject to the provisions of section 23, every provisional registration shall be valid to the last day of the twelfth month from the date of issue of the certificate of registration and such registration shall be renewable.18. Display of certificate of registration. – The certificate shall be kept affixed in a conspicuous place in the clinical establishment in such manner so as to be visible to every one visiting such establishment.19. Duplicate certificate. – In case the certificate is lost, destroyed, mutilated or damaged, the authority shall issue a duplicate certificate on the request of the clinical establishment and on the payment of such fees as may be prescribed.

(i) the minimum standards of facilities and services as may be prescribed;

20. Certificate to be non-transferable. – (1) The certificate of registration shall be non-transferable.(2) In the event of change of ownership or management, the clinical establishment shall inform the authority of such change in such manner as may be prescribed.(3) In the event of change of category, or location, or on ceasing to function as a clinical establishment, the certificate of registration in respect of such clinical establishment shall be surrendered to the authority and the clinical establishment shall apply afresh for grant of certificate of registration.21. Publication of expiry of registration. – The authority shall cause to be published within such time and in such manner, as may be prescribed, the names of clinical establishments whose registration has expired.22. Renewal of registration. – The application for renewal of registration shall be made thirty days before the expiry of the validity of the certificate of provisional registration and, in case the application for renewal is made after the expiry of the provisional registration, the authority shall allow renewal of registration on payment of such enhanced fees, as may be prescribed.23. Time limit for provisional registration. – Where the clinical establishments in respect of which standards have been notified by the Central Government, provisional registration shall not be granted or renewed beyond,—

(i) the period of two years from the date of notification of the standards in case of clinical establishments which came into existence before the commencement of this Act;

(ii) the period of two years from the date of notification of the standards for clinical establishments which come into existence after the commencement of this Act but before the notification of the standards; and

(iii) the period of six months from the date of notification of standards for clinical establishments which come into existence after standards have been notified.

24. Application for permanent registration. – Application for permanent registration by a clinical establishment shall be made to the authority in such form and be accompanied by such fees, as may be prescribed.25. Verification of application. – The clinical establishment shall submit evidence of having complied with the prescribed minimum standards in such manner, as may be prescribed.26. Display of information for filing objections. – As soon as the clincial establishment submits the required evidence of having complied with the prescribed minimum standards, the authority shall cause to be displayed for information of the public at large and for filing objections, if any, in such manner, as may be prescribed, all evidence submitted by the clinical establishment of having complied with the prescribed minimum standards for a period of thirty days before processing for grant of permanent registration.27. Communication of objections. – If objections are received within the period referred to in the preceding section, such objections shall be communicated to the clinical establishment for response within a period of fortyfive days.28. Standards for permanent registration. – Permanent registration shall be granted only when a clinical establishment fulfils the prescribed standards for registration by the Central Government.29. Allowing or disallowing of registration. – The authority shall pass an order immediately after the expiry of the prescribed period and within the next thirty days thereafter either—

(a) allowing the application for permanent registration;

or

(b) disallowing the application:

Provided that the authority shall record its reasons, if it disallows an application, for permanent registration.

30. Certificate of permanent registration. – (1) The authority shall, if it, allows an application of the clinical establishment, issue a certificate of permanent registration in such form and containing such particulars, as may be prescribed.(2) The certificate shall be valid for a period of five years from the date of issue.(3) For the purposes of sub-section (1), the provisions of sections 18, 19, 20 and 21 shall also apply.(4) The applications for renewal of permanent registration shall be made within six months before the expiry of the validity of the certificate of permanent registration and, in case the application of renewal is not submitted within the stipulated period, the authority may allow renewal of registration on payment of such enhanced fees and penalties as may be prescribed.

31. Fresh application for permanent registration. – The disallowing of an application for permanent registration shall not debar a clinical establishment from applying afresh for permanent registration under section 24 and after providing such evidence, as may be required, of having rectified the deficiences on which grounds the earlier application was disallowed.

32. Cancellation of registration. – (1) If, at any time after any clinical establishment has been registered, the authority is satisfied that,—

(a) the conditions of the registration are not being complied with; or

(b) the person entrusted with the management of the clinical establishment has been convicted of an offence punishable under this Act, it may issue a notice to the clinical establishment to show cause within three months’ time as to why its registration under this Act should not be cancelled for the reasons to be mentioned in the notice.

(2) If after giving a reasonable opportunity to the clinical establisment, the authority is satisfied that there has been a breach of any of the provisions of this Act or the rules made thereunder, it may, by an order, without prejudice to any other action that it may take against such clinical establishment, cancel its registration.(3) Every order made under sub-section (2) shall take effect—

(a) where no appeal has been preferred against such order immediately on the expiry of the period prescribed for such appeal; and

(b) where such appeal has been preferred and it has been dismissed from the date of the order of such dismissal:

Provided that the authority, after cancellation of registration for reasons to be recorded in writing, may restrain immediately the clinical establishment from carrying on if there is imminent danger to the health and safety of patients.

33. Inspection of registered clinical establishments. – (1) The authority or an officer authorised by it shall have the right to cause an inspection of, or inquiry in respect of any registered clinical establishment, its building, laboratories and equipment and also of the work conducted or done by the clinical establishment, to be made by such multimember inspection team as it may direct and to cause an inquiry to be made in respect of any other matter connected with the clinical establishment and that establishment shall be entitled to be represented thereat.(2) The authority shall communicate to the clinical establishment the views of that authority with reference to the results of such inspection or inquiry and may, after ascertaining the opinion of the clinical establishment thereon, advise that establishment upon the action to be taken.(3) The clinical establishment shall report to the authority, the action, if any, which is proposed to be taken or has been taken upon the results of such inspection or inquiry and such report shall be furnished within such time, as the authority may direct.(4) Where the clinical establishment does not, within a reasonable time, take action to the satisfaction of the authority, it may, after considering any explanation furnished orrepresentation made by the clinical establishment, issue such directions within such time as indicated in the direction, as that authority deems fit, and the clinical establishment shall comply with such directions.34. Power to enter. – The authority or an officer authorised by it may, if there is any reason to suspect that anyone is carrying on a clinical establishment without registration, enter and search in the manner prescribed, at any reasonable time and the clinical establishment, shall offer reasonable facilities for inspection or inquiry and be entitled to be represented thereat:Provided that no such person shall enter the clinical establishment without giving notice of his intention to do so.

35. Levy of fee by State Government. – The State Government may charge fees for different categories of clinical establishments, as may be prescribed.

36. Appeal. – (1) Any person, aggrieved by an order of the registering authority refusing to grant or renew a certificate of registration or revoking a certificate of registration may, in such manner and within such period as may be prescribed, prefer an appeal to the State Council: Provided that the State Council may entertain an appeal preferred after the expiry of the prescribed period if it is satisfied that the appellant was prevented by sufficient cause from preferring the appeal in time.(2) Every appeal under sub-section (1) shall be made in such form and be accompanied by such fee as may be prescribed.

CHAPTER V

Register Of Clinical Establishments

37. Register of clinical establishments. – (1) The authority shall within a period of two years from its establishment, compile, publish and maintain in digital format a register of clinical establishments, registered by it and it shall enter the particulars of the certificate so issued in a register to be maintained in such form and manner, as may be prescribed by the State Government.(2) Each authority, including any other authority set-up for the registration of clinical establishments under any other law for the time being in force, shall supply in digital format to the State Council of clinical establishments a copy of every entry made in the register of clinical establishments in such manner, as may be prescribed to ensure that the State Register is constantly up-to-date with the registers maintained by the registering authority in the State.

38. Maintenance of State Register of clinical establishments. – (1) Every State Government shall maintain in digital and in such form and containing such particulars, as may be prescribed by the Central Government a register to be known as the State Register of clinical establishments in respect of clinical establishments of that State.(2) Every State Government shall supply in digital format to the Central Government, a copy of the State Register of clinical establishments and shall inform the Central Government all additions to and other amendments in such register made, for a particular month by the 15th day of the following month.

39. Maintenance of National Register of clinical establishments. – The Central Government shall maintain in digital format an All India Register to be called as the National Register of clinical establishments that shall be an amalgam of the State Register of clinical establishments maintained by the State Governments and shall cause the same to be published in digital format.

CHAPTER VI

Penalties

40. Penalty. – Whoever contravenes any provision of this Act shall, if no penalty is provided elsewhere, be punishable for the first offence with fine which may extend to ten thousandrupees, for any second offence with fine which may extend to fifty thousand rupees and for any subsequent offence with fine which may extend to five lakh rupees.

41. Monetary penalty for non-registration. – (1) Whoever carries on a clinical establishment without registration shall, on first contravention, be liable to a monetary penalty up to fifty thousand rupees, for second contravention with a monetary penalty which may extend to two lakh rupees and for any subsequent contravention with a monetary penalty which may extend to five lakh rupees.(2) Whoever knowingly serves in a clinical establishment which is not duly registered under this Act, shall be liable to a monetary penalty which may extend to twenty-five thousand rupees.(3) For the purpose of adjudging under sub-sections (1) and (2), the authority shall hold an inquiry in the prescribed manner after giving any person concerned a reasonable opportunity of being heard for the purpose of imposing any monetary penalty.(4) While holding an inquiry the authority shall have power to summon and enforce the attendance of any person acquainted with the facts and circumstances of the case to give evidence or to produce any document which in the opinion of the authority, may be useful for or relevant to the subject matter of the inquiry and if, on such inquiry, it is satisfied that the person has failed to comply with the provisions specified in sub-sections (1) and (2), it may by order impose the monetary penalty specified in those subsections to be deposited within thirty days of the order in the account referred to in sub-section (8) of section 42.(5) While determining the quantum of monetary penalty, the authority shall take into account the category, size and type of the clinical establishment and local conditions of the area in which the establishment is situated.(6) Any person aggrieved by the decision of the authority may prefer an appeal to the State Council within a period of three months from the date of the said decision.(7) The manner of filing the appeal referred to in subsection(6) shall be such as may be prescribed.

42. Disobedience of direction, obstruction and refusal of information. – (1) Whoever wilfully disobeys any direction lawfully given by any person or authority empowered under this Act to give such direction, or obstructs any person or authority in the discharge of any functions which such person or authority is required or empowered under this Act to discharge, shall be liable to a monetary penalty which may extend to five lakh rupees.(2) Whoever being required by or under this Act to supply any information wilfully withholds such information or gives information which he knows to be false or which he does not believe to be true, shall be liable to a monetary penalty which may extend to five lakh rupees.(3) For the purpose of adjudging under sub-sections (1) and (2), the authority shall hold an inquiry in the prescribed manner after giving any person concerned a reasonable opportunity of being heard for the purpose of imposing any monetary penalty.(4) While holding an inquiry the authority shall have power to summon and enforce the attendance of any person acquainted with the facts and circumstances of the case to give evidence or to produce any document which in the opinion of the authority, may be useful for or relevant to the subject matter of the inquiry and if, on such inquiry, it is satisfied that the person has failed to comply with the provisions specified in sub-sections (1) and (2), it may by order impose the monetary penalty specified in those subsections to be deposited within thirty days of the order in the account referred to in sub-section (8).(5) While determining the quantum of monetary penalty, the authority shall take into account the category, size and type of the clinical establishment and local conditions of the area in which the establishment is situated.(6) Any person aggrieved by the decision of the authority may prefer an appeal to the State Council within a period of three months from the date of the said decision.(7) The manner of filing the appeal referred to in subsection (6) shall be such as may be prescribed.(8) The monetary penalty levied under sections 41 and 42 shall be credited to such account as the State Government may by order specify in this behalf.

43. Penalty for minor deficiencies. – Whoever contravenes any provision of this Act or any rule made thereunder resulting in deficiencies that do not pose any imminent danger to the health and safety of any patient and can be rectified within a reasonable time, shall be punishable with fine which may extend to ten thousand rupees.

44. Contravention by companies. – (1) Where a person committing contravention of any of the provisions of this Act or of any rule made thereunder is a company, every person who, at the time the contravention was committed, was in charge of, and was responsible to the company for the conduct of the business of the company, as well as the company, shall be deemed to be guilty of the contravention and shall be liable to fine:Provided that nothing contained in this sub-section shall render any such person liable to any punishment if he proves that the contravention was committed without his knowledge or that he had exercised all due diligence to prevent the commission of such contravention.(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1), where a contravention of any of the provisions of this Act or of any rule made thereunder has been committed by a company and it is proved that the contravention has taken place with the consent or connivance of, or is attributable to any neglect on the part of, any director, manager, secretary or other officer of the company, such director, manager, secretary or other officer shall also be deemed to be guilty of that contravention and shall be liable to fine.Explanation. — For the purpose of this section, —

(a) “company” means a body corporate and includes a firm or other association of individuals; and

(b) “director”, in relation to a firm, means a partner in the firm.

45. Offences by Government Departments. – (1) Where an offence under this Act has been committed by any Department of Government within a period of six months after the commencement of this Act, the Head of the Department shall be deemed to be guilty of the offence and shall be liable to be proceeded against and punished accordingly:Provided that nothing contained in this section shall render such Head of the Department liable to any punishment if he proves that the offence was committed without his knowledge or that he exercised all due diligence to prevent the commission of such offence.(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1), where an offence under this Act has been committed by a Department of Government and it is proved that the offence has been committed with the consent or connivance of, or is attributable to any neglect on the part of, any officer, other than the Head of the Department, such officer shall also be deemed to be guilty of that offence and shall be liable to be proceeded against and punished accordingly.

46. Recovery of fine. – Whoever fails to pay the fine, the State Council of clinical establishment may prepare a certificate signed by an officer authorised by it specifying the fine due from such person and send it to the Collector of the District in which such person owns any property or resides or carries on his business and the said Collector, on receipt of such certificate, shall proceed to recover from such person the amount specified thereunder, as if it were an arrear of land revenue.

CHAPTER VII

Miscellaneous

47. Protection of action taken in good faith. – (1) No suit, prosecution or other legal proceedings shall lie against any authority or any member of the National Council or State Council or any officer authorised in this behalf in respect of anything, which is in good faith done or intended to be done in pursuance of the provisions of this Act or any rule made thereunder.(2) No suit or other legal proceedings shall lie against a State Government or the Central Government in respect of any loss or damage caused or likely to be caused by anything which is in good faith done or intended to be done in pursuance of the provisions of this Act or any rule made thereunder.

48. Furnishing of returns, etc. – Every clinical establishment shall, within such time or within such extended time, as may be prescribed in that behalf, furnish to the authority or the State Council or the National Council such returns or the statistics and other information in such manner, as may be prescribed by the State Government, from time to time.49. Power to give directions. – Without prejudice to the foregoing provisions of this Act, the authority shall have the power to issue such directions, including furnishing returns, statistics and other information for the proper functioning of clinical establishments and such directions shall be binding.

50. Employees of the authority, etc., to be public servants. – Every employee of the authority, the National Council and the State Council shall be deemed to, when acting or purporting to act in pursuance of any of the provisions of this Act, be public servants within the meaning of section 21 of the Indian Penal Code.51. Power to remove difficulties. – (1) If any difficulty arises in giving effect to the provisions of this Act, the Central Government may, by order published in the Official Gazette, make such provisions not inconsistent with the provisions of this Act as may appear to it to be necessary or expedient for removal of the difficulty: Provided that no such order shall be made after the expiry of a period of two years from the date of commencement of this Act.(2) Every order made under this section shall, as soon as may be after it is made, be laid before each House of Parliament.

52. Power of Central Government to make rules. – (1) The Central Government may, by notification, make rules for carrying out all or any of the provisions of this Act.(2) In particular and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power, such rules may provide for all or any of the following matters, namely:—

(a) allowances for the members of the National Council under sub-section (5) of section 3;

(b) appointment of such person to be the Secretary of the State Council by the Central Government under subsection (10) of section 3;

(c) the determination of standards and for classification of clinical establishments under section 7;

(d) the qualification and the terms and conditions for the members of the authority under clause (c) of subsection (1) of section 10;

(e) the procedure under which the powers of the authority may be exercised by the District Health Officer or Chief Medical Officer for the purpose of provisional registration of clinical establishment under sub-section (2) of section 10;

(f) the minimum standards of facilities and services under clause (i) of sub-section (1) of section 12;

(g) the minimum number of personnel under clause (ii) of sub-section (1) of section 12;

(h) the maintenance of records and reporting by the clinical establishment under clause (iii) of sub-section (1) of section 12;

(i) other conditions for registration and continuation of clinical establishment under clause (iv) of sub-section (1) of section 12;

(j) classification of clinical establishment under subsection (1) of section 13;

(k) the different standards for classification of clinical establishments under sub-section (2) of section (1) the minimum standards for permanent registration under section 28;

(m) the form and particulars to be contained in the register to be maintained under section 38.

53. Laying of rules. – Every rule made by the Central Government under this Act shall be laid, as soon as may be after it is made, before each House of Parliament, while it is in session, for a total period of thirty days which may be comprised in one session or in two or more successive sessions and if, before the expiry of the session immediately following the session or the successive sessions aforesaid, both Houses agree in making any modification in the rule or both Houses agree that the rule should not be made, the rule shall thereafter have effect only in such modified form or be of no effect, as the case may be; so, however, that any such modification or annulment shall be without prejudice to the validity of anything previously done under that rule.

54. Power of State Government to make rules. – (1) The State Government may, by notification, make rules for carrying out in respect of matters which do not fall within the purview of section 52.(2) In particular and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power, such rules may provide for all or any of the following matters, namely:—

(a) the proforma and the fee to be paid for registration under sub-section (1) of section 14;

(b) the form and details of application under subsection (3) of section 14;

(c) the particulars and information contained in certificate of provisional registration under section 15;

(d) the manner of publication of all particulars of the clinical establishments proposed to be registered under sub-section (2) of section 16;

(e) the fees to be paid to issue a duplicate certificate under section 19;

(f) the change of ownership or management to be informed by the clinical establishment to the authority under sub-section (2) of section 20;

(g) the manner in which the authority shall publish the names of the clinical establishments whose registration expired under section 21;

(h) the enhanced fees to be charged for renewal after expiry of the provisional registration under section 22;

(i) the form of the application and fees to be charged by the State Government under section 24;

(j) the manner of submitting evidence of the clinical establishments having complied with the minimum standards under section 25;

(k) the manner of displaying information of the clinical establishments having complied with the minimum standards for filing objection under section

(l) the expiry of period specified in section 29;

(m) the form and particulars of the certificate of registration under section 30;

(n) the period within which an appeal shall be preferred under clause (a) of sub-section (3) of section 32;

(o) the manner of entry and search of clinical establishment under section 34;

(p) the fees to be charged by the State Government for different categories of clinical establishments under section 35;

(q) the manner and the period within which an appeal may be preferred to the State Council under subsection (1) of section 36;

(r) the form and the fee to be paid for an appeal under sub-section (2) of section 36;

(s) the form and the manner in which the register to be maintained under sub-section (1) of section 37;

(t) the manner of supply to the State Council in digital format the entry made in the register of clinical establishment under sub-section (2) of section 37;

(u) the manner of holding an inquiry by the authority under sub-section (3) of sections 41 and 42;

(v) the manner of filing the appeal under sub-section (7) of sections 41 and 42;

(w) the manner and the time within which the information is to be furnished to the authority or the State Council or the National Council as the case may be, under section 48;

(x) any other matter which is required to be or may be prescribed by the State Government.

55. Laying of rules. – Every rule made by the State Government under this section shall be laid, as soon as may be after it is made, before each House of the State Legislature where it consists of two Houses, or where such Legislature consists of one House, before that House.

56. Savings. – (1) The provisions of this Act shall not apply to the States in which the enactments specified in the Schedule are applicable:Provided that the States in which the enactments referred to in sub-section (1) are applicable, and such States subsequent to the commencement of this Act, adopts this Act under clause (1) of article 252 of the Constitution, the provisions of this Act shall, subsequent to such adoption, apply in that State.

(2) The Central Government may, as and when consider necessary, by notification amend the Schedule.

THE SCHEDULE

[See section 56]

1. The Andhra Pradesh Private Medical Care Establishments (Registration and Regulation) Act, 2002.

2. The Bombay Nursing Homes Registration Act, 1949.3. The Delhi Nursing Homes Registration Act, 1953.

4. The Madhya Pradesh Upcharya Griha Tatha Rujopchar Sanbabdu Sthapamaue (Ragistrikaran Tatha Anugyapan) Adhiniyam, 1973.

5. The Manipur Homes and Clinics Registration Act, 1992.

6. The Nagaland Health Care Establishments Act, 1997.

7. The Orissa Clinical Establishments (Control and Regulation) Act, 1990.

8. The Punjab State Nursing Home Registration Act, 1991.

9. The West Bengal Clinical Establishments Act, 1950.

Generic Drugs and Price in India

     sl no     Drug code   Generic Name           unit           MRP        Category
1
1
Aceclofenac + Paracetamol (100 mg + 325mg) Tab
10’s
5.7
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
2
2
Aceclofenac 100 mg Tab
10’s
3.84
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
3
4
Acetaminophen 325mg+ Tramadol Hydrochloride 37.5 mg Tab
10’s
5.6
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
4
5
Asprin 150 mg Tab
10’s
1.90
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
5
6
Chlorzoxazone 500mg+ Diclofenac 50mg + Paracetamol 325mg Tab
10’s
12.40
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
6
7
Diclofenac Gel
15 gm
8.22
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
7
8
Diclofenac Sodium + Serratiopeptidase (50mg + 10mg) Tab
10’s
7.02
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
8
9
Diclofenac Sodium (SR) 100 mg Tab
10’s
6.12
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
9
10
Diclofenac Sodium 25mg per ml Inj.
3ml
3.16
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
10
11
Diclofenac Sodium 50 mg Tab
10’s
2.30
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
11
12
Etoricoxilb 120mg Tab
10’s
33.96
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
12
13
Etoricoxilb 90mg Tab
10’s
25.99
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
13
14
Ibuprofen 400mg + Paracetamol 325 mg Tab
10’s
14.36
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
14
15
Ibuprofen film coated Tablets IP 200mg
10’s
1.75
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
15
17
Indomethacin 25 mg Cap
10’s
9.68
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
16
20
Nimesulide 100 mg Tab
10’s
2.52
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
17
21
Paracetamol 325mg + Diclofenac Sodium 50 mg Tab
10’s
4.34
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
18
22
Paracetamol 125 mg / 5 ml Syrup
60ml bottle
10.6
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
19
23
Paracetamol 500mg Tab
10’s
4.51
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
20
24
Pentazocine 30 mg/ ml Inj.
10’s
9.46
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
21
25
Serratiopeptidase 10 mg Tab
10’s
5.97
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
22
26
Tramadol 100 mg Inj.
2 ml
3.15
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
23
27
Tramadol 50 mg Inj.
1 ml
3.37
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
24
28
Tramadol 50 mg Tab
10’s
4.38
ANALGESIC/ ANTI-INFLAMMATORY/ MUSCLOSKELETAL DISORDER
25
30
Amikacin 100mg inj.
Vial
7.76
ANTIBIOTICS
26
31
Amikacin 250mg inj.
Vial
11.35
ANTIBIOTICS
27
32
Amikacin 500mg inj.
Vial
17.37
ANTIBIOTICS
28
35
Amoxycillin 1000mg + Clavulanic acid 200mg Inj.
Vial
50.63
ANTIBIOTICS
29
36
Amoxycillin 200mg + Clavulanic acid 28.5 mg /5ml Dry Syrup
30 ml bottle
25.79
ANTIBIOTICS
30
37
Amoxycillin 250mg + Clavulanic acid 50 mg Inj.
Vial
20.02
ANTIBIOTICS
31
38
Amoxycillin 500mg + Clavulanic acid 100mg Inj.
Vial
56.69
ANTIBIOTICS
32
39
Amoxycillin 500mg + Clavulanic acid 125 mg Tabs
6’s
52.24
ANTIBIOTICS
33
40
Amoxycillin 250mg + Cloxacillin 250mg Caps
10’s
34.64
ANTIINFECTIVE
34
41
Ampi 250mg + Cloxy 250 mg Cap
10’s
45.45
ANTIBIOTICS
35
42
Amoxycillin 125 mg Kid Tabs
10’s
8.68
ANTIBIOTICS
36
43
Amoxycillin 125mg/5ml Powder for Suspension IP
60ml bottle
14.84
ANTIINFECTIVE
37
44
Amoxycillin 250 mg Caps
10’s
14.99
ANTIBIOTICS
38
45
Amoxycillin 500 mg Caps
10’s
26.25
ANTIBIOTICS
39
46
Ampicillin 500mg inj.
Vial & WFi
7.20
ANTIBIOTICS
40
47
Azithromycin (100mg/ 5ml) Syrup
15 ml bottle
13
ANTIBIOTICS
41
48
Azithromycin 100 mg DT Tab
10’s
21.19
ANTIBIOTICS
42
49
Azithromycin 250 mg Tabs
10’s
39.06
ANTIBIOTICS
43
50
Azithromycin 500 mg Tabs
10’s
86.6
ANTIBIOTICS
44
51
Cefadroxil film coated Tablets IP 250mg
10’s
12.42
ANTIINFECTIVE DRUGS
45
52
Cefadroxil 500mg
10’s
54.82
ANTIBIOTICS
46
53
Cefixime (50 mg/ 5ml) Dry Syrup
30 ml bottle
14.56
ANTIBIOTICS
47
54
Cefixime 100mg Tab.
10’s
25.65
ANTIBIOTICS
48
55
Cefixime 200mg Tab.
10’s
44.63
ANTIBIOTICS
49
56
Cefoperazone 1gm + Sulbactam 1gm Inj.
vial
52.68
ANTIBIOTICS
50
57
Cefoperazone 500mg + Sulbactam 500 mg Inj.
vial
31.61
ANTIBIOTICS
51
58
Cefoperazone 1 gm Inj.
vial
31.20
ANTIBIOTICS
52
59
Cefotaxime Sodium 1gm + Sulbactam Sodium 500 mg Inj.
vial
61.24
ANTIBIOTICS
53
60
Cefotaxime Sodium 250mg + Sulbactam Sodium 125 mg Inj.
Vial
18.59
ANTIBIOTICS
54
61
Cefotaxime Sodium 500mg + Sulbactam Sodium 250 mg Inj.
Vial
34.35
ANTIBIOTICS
55
62
Cefotaxime Sodium 1000mg Inj.
Vial
15.93
ANTIINFECTIVE DRUGS
56
63
Cefotaxime Sodium Injections IP 250 mg
Vial&WFi
7.88
ANTIINFECTIVE DRUGS
57
65
Cefpodoxime 100 mg DT
10’s
35.90
ANTIBIOTICS
58
66
Cefpodoxime 200 mg Tabs
10’s
69.12
ANTIBIOTICS
59
67
Ceftazadime 1000 mg Inj.
vial
66.83
ANTIBIOTICS
60
68
Ceftazadime 250 mg Inj.
vial
34.92
ANTIBIOTICS
61
69
Ceftazadime 500 mg Inj.
vial
44.33
ANTIBIOTICS
62
70
Ceftriaxone 1000mg + Sulbactam 500 mg Inj.
vial
38.89
ANTIBIOTICS
63
71
Ceftriaxone 1000mg + Tazobactum 125 mg Inj.
Vial & wfi
44.66
ANTIBIOTICS
64
73
Ceftriaxone 250mg + Sulbactam 125 mg Inj.
Vial
15.82
ANTIBIOTICS
65
74
Ceftriaxone 500mg + Sulbactam 250 mg Inj.
Vial
29.66
ANTIBIOTICS
66
75
Ceftriaxone 1 g Inj.
Vial
23.98
ANTIBIOTICS
67
76
Ceftriaxone 250 mg Inj.
Vial
11.80
ANTIBIOTICS
68
77
Ceftriaxone 500 mg Inj.
Vial
44.15
ANTIBIOTICS
69
78
Cefuroxime Axetil 250 mg Tabs
10’s
66.37
ANTIBIOTICS
70
79
Cefuroxime Axetil 500mg Tabs
10’s
128.86
ANTIBIOTICS
71
80
Cephalexin 125 mg DT
10’s
12.04
ANTIBIOTICS
72
81
Cephalexin 250 mg Caps
10’s
24.09
ANTIBIOTICS
73
82
Cephalexin 500 mg Caps
10’s
51.34
ANTIBIOTICS
74
83
Ciprofloxacin 250mg + Tinidazole 300 mg Tabs
10’s
22.12
ANTIBIOTICS
75
84
Ciprofloxacin 500mg + Tinidazole 600 mg Tabs
10’s
36.77
ANTIBIOTICS
76
85
Ciprofloxacin 250 mg Tabs
10’s
14
ANTIBIOTICS
77
86
Ciprofloxacin 500 mg Tabs
10’s
22
ANTIBIOTICS
78
87
Clotrimazole 1% w/w 0int.
15 g tube
9
ANTIBIOTICS
79
94
Gentamycin Sulphate 80 mg/ 2ml Inj.
2 ml
17.28
ANTIBIOTICS
80
95
Levofloxacin 250 mg Tabs
10’s
19.08
ANTIBIOTICS
81
96
Levofloxacin 500 mg Tabs
10’s
35.74
ANTIBIOTICS
82
97
Meropenem 1gm Inj.
Vial
255.41
ANTIBIOTICS
83
98
Norfloxacin 400mg + Tinidazole 600 mg Tabs
10’s
32.35
ANTIBIOTICS
84
100
Ofloxacin 200mg + Ornidazole 500 mg Tabs
10’s
22.55
ANTIBIOTICS
85
101
Ofloxacin 200 mg Tabs
10’s
14.80
ANTIBIOTICS
86
102
Ofloxacin 400 mg Tabs
10’s
26.20
ANTIBIOTICS
87
103
Piperacillin 4gm + Tazobactum 0.5 mg Inj.
Vial & wfi
167.18
ANTIBIOTICS
88
104
Roxithromycin (50 mg/ 5ml) Susp.
30 ml bottle
15.28
ANTIBIOTICS
89
105
Roxithromycin 150 mg Tabs
10’s
25.20
ANTIBIOTICS
90
106
Roxithromycin IP 300 mg Tabs
10’s
48.05
ANTIBIOTICS
91
107
Tinidazole 300 mg Tabs
10’s
9.45
ANTIBIOTICS
92
108
Tinidazole 500 mg Tabs
10’s
12.19
ANTIBIOTICS
93
109
Vancomycin Intravenous Infusion 500 mg
Vial
90.82
ANTIBIOTICS
94
110
Adapalene 0.1 % w/v Ointment
15 gm tube
21.38
ANTI INFECTIVES (TOPICALS)/ ANTIFUNGAL/ SKIN OINTMENT
95
111
Application Benzyl Benzoate 25 % w/w Lotion
100 ml
27.69
ANTI INFECTIVES (TOPICALS)/ ANTIFUNGAL/ SKIN OINTMENT
96
112
Beclomethasone 0.025% + Clotrimazole 1.0% + Gentamycin 0.1% w/w Cream
15 gm tube
10.95
ANTI INFECTIVES (TOPICALS)/ ANTIFUNGAL/ SKIN OINTMENT
97
115
Calamine Lotion
100 ml bottle
19.52
ANTI INFECTIVES (TOPICALS)/ ANTIFUNGAL/ SKIN OINTMENT
98
117
Chlorhexidine Gluconate 0.2% Mouth Wash
100 ml bottle
16.35
ANTI INFECTIVES (TOPICALS)/ ANTIFUNGAL/ SKIN OINTMENT
99
119
Fluconazole 150 mg Tabs
10’s
23.175
ANTI INFECTIVES (TOPICALS)/ ANTIFUNGAL/ SKIN OINTMENT
100
120
Fusidic Acid 2 % w/v Cream
10 gm tube
21.15
ANTI INFECTIVES (TOPICALS)/ ANTIFUNGAL/ SKIN OINTMENT
101
124
Povidone Iodine 5% w/w Ointment
250 gm tube
90
ANTI INFECTIVES (TOPICALS)/ ANTIFUNGAL/ SKIN OINTMENT
102
125
Povidone Iodine 5%w/w Ointment
15 gm tube
10.72
ANTI INFECTIVES (TOPICALS)/ ANTIFUNGAL/ SKIN OINTMENT
103
126
Povidone Iodine 10 % Solution IP
500ml bottle
127.20
ANTI INFECTIVES (TOPICALS)/ ANTIFUNGAL/ SKIN OINTMENT
104
127
Povidone Iodine 5 % Solution
100 ml bottle
17.71
ANTI INFECTIVES (TOPICALS)/ ANTIFUNGAL/ SKIN OINTMENT
105
128
Povidone Iodine 5 % Solution
500 ml bottle
78.50
ANTI INFECTIVES (TOPICALS)/ ANTIFUNGAL/ SKIN OINTMENT
106
129
Povidone Iodine 7.5% Solution
500 ml bottle
105.44
ANTI INFECTIVES (TOPICALS)/ ANTIFUNGAL/ SKIN OINTMENT
107
130
Ravlon Solution (Chlorhexidine + Cetramide ) (1.5 % w/v + 3% w/v) Solution
100 ml bottle
19.16
ANTI INFECTIVES (TOPICALS)/ ANTIFUNGAL/ SKIN OINTMENT
108
133
Glibenclamide 2.5 mg Tabs (Scored Oval)
10’s
2.60
ANTIDIABETIC DRUGS
109
134
Glibenclamide 5 mg Tabs (Scored Oval)
10’s
4.05
ANTIDIABETIC DRUGS
110
135
Gliclazide 40 mg Tabs
10’s
11.93
ANTIDIABETIC DRUGS
111
136
Gliclazide 80 mg Tabs
10’s
20.25
ANTIDIABETIC DRUGS
112
137
Glimeperide 1mg Tabs
10’s
3.80
ANTIDIABETIC DRUGS
113
138
Glimeperide 2mg Tabs
10’s
5.05
ANTIDIABETIC DRUGS
114
141
Glipizide 5 mg Tabs
10’s
2.50
ANTIDIABETIC DRUGS
115
142
Insulin Injection (Human) (40iu/ml)
10 ml Vial
118.61
ANTIDIABETIC DRUGS
116
144
Metformin Hydrochloride 1000 mg SR Tabs
10’s
11.05
ANTIDIABETIC DRUGS
117
145
Metformin Hydrochloride 500mg Tabs
10’s
5.15
ANTIDIABETIC DRUGS
118
146
Pioglitazone 15 mg Tabs
10’s
6.75
ANTIDIABETIC DRUGS
119
147
Pioglitazone 30 mg Tabs
10’s
10.69
ANTIDIABETIC DRUGS
120
150
Pioglitazone 15 mg Tabs + Metformin 500mg
10’s
13.97
ANTIDIABETIC DRUGS
121
152
Bleomycin 15 mg Inj.
Vial
600.67
ANTI-NEOPLASTIC DRUGS
122
153
Cisplatin 10 mg Inj.
Vial
84.41
ANTI-NEOPLASTIC DRUGS
123
155
Doxorubicin 10 mg Inj.
Vial
76.49
ANTI-NEOPLASTIC DRUGS
124
156
Doxorubicin 50 mg Inj.
Vial
250.47
ANTI-NEOPLASTIC DRUGS
125
158
Etoposide 100 mg/5ml Inj.
Vial
76.06
ANTI-NEOPLASTIC DRUGS
126
159
Gemcitabine 1000 mg Inj.
Vial
631.21
ANTI-NEOPLASTIC DRUGS
127
160
Gemcitabine 200 mg Inj.
Vial
154.49
ANTI-NEOPLASTIC DRUGS
128
163
Tamoxifen Citrate 10 mg Tab
10’s
9.56
ANTI-NEOPLASTIC DRUGS
129
164
Tamoxifen Citrate 20 mg Tab
10’s
13.50
ANTI-NEOPLASTIC DRUGS
130
165
Ciprofloxacin (2mg/ml) Infusion
100 ml bottle
18.34
I.V.FLUIDS
131
169
Levofloxacin 500 mg Infusion
100 ml bottle
25.72
I.V.FLUIDS
132
170
Mannitol 20%
100 ml bottle
37.93
I.V.FLUIDS
133
172
Metronidazole 5 mg / ml Infusion
100 ml
7.50
ANTIIFECTIVE DRUGS
134
177
Albendazole (200 mg/ 5ml) Syrup
10 ml bottle
7.02
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
135
178
Albendazole + Ivermectin (400 mg + 6mg) Tab
1 Tab
4.09
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
136
179
Albendazole 400mg Tabs
10’s
18
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
137
180
Bisacodyl 5mg Tabs
10’s
4.02
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
138
181
Cyproheptadine HCl 2mg + Tricholine Citrate 275 mg Syrup
200 ml bottle
27.15
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
139
183
Dicyclomine 10 mg Tabs
10’s
2.28
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
140
184
Dicyclomine HCl. 20mg + Paracetamol 325 mg Tabs
10’s
5.36
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
141
186
Domperidone 10 mg Tabs
10’s
3.62
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
142
187
Domperidone 5 mg. / 5 ml Susp
30 ml bottle
8.94
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
143
188
Aluminium Hydroxide 250mg + Mg Hydroxide 250mg Tabs
10’s
3.80
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
144
191
Famotidine 20 mg Tabs
10’s
3.42
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
145
192
Famotidine 40 mg Tabs
10’s
5.50
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
146
193
Furazolidone 100 mg Tabs
10’s
4.31
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
147
195
Isabgol Husk Powder
200 gm Pack
84.00
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
148
196
Lactobacillus Sporogenes 60 million spores Tabs
10’s
3.49
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
149
197
Lactulose 10 g/15 ml Syrup
100 ml bottle
91.50
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
150
198
Dried Aluminium Hydroxide 250mg + Magnesium Hydroxide 250mg / 5ml Susp + Activated dimethicone 50mg
170 ml
22.32
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
151
199
Metoclopramide 10 mg Tabs
10’s
3.25
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
152
200
Metoclopramide Injections IP 5mg/ml
2ml
2.25
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
153
201
Metronidazole Film Coated Tablets IP 200mg
10’s
2.00
ANTIINFECTIVE DRUGS
154
202
Metronidazole 400 mg Tabs
10’s
3.75
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
155
203
Misoprostol 200mcg film coated Tabs
4’s
4.13
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
156
206
Omeprazole + Domperidone (20 mg + 10 mg) Caps
10’s
8.49
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
157
207
Omeprazole 20 mg Tabs
10’s
6.82
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
158
208
Ondansetron 2 mg/ml Inj.
2 ml
3.08
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
159
209
Ondansetron 4 mg Tabs
10’s
2.84
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
160
210
Ornidazole 500 mg Tabs
10’s
14.90
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
161
212
Pantoprazole 40 mg Tabs
10’s
7.20
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
162
213
Pantoprazole 40 mg/ 10ml Inj.
Vial
10.93
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
163
214
Rabeprazole + Domperidone SR (20 mg + 30 mg) Tabs
10’s
10.71
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
164
215
Rabeprazole 20 mg Tabs
10’s
7.16
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
165
216
Ranitidine (50 mg/ 2ml) Inj.
2ml
2.66
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
166
217
Ranitidine HCl. 150 mg Tabs
10’s
6.39
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
167
218
Ranitidine HCl. 300 mg Tabs
10’s
7.10
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT/ ANTHELMINTICS
168
219
Calcium + Vitamin D3 250iu Tabs
10’s
5.32
VITAMINS
169
220
Calcium + Vitamin D3 500iu Tabs
10’s
3.74
VITAMINS
170
223
Doxylamine Succinate + Pyridoxine + Folic Acid (10 mg + 10 mg + 2.5 mg) Tabs
10’s
22.89
VITAMINS
171
224
Folic Acid 5mg Tabs
10’s
3.08
VITAMINS,MINERALS and FOOD SUPPLEMENT
172
225
Iron + Folic Acid Syrup
200 ml
34.50
VITAMINS
173
227
Polyvitamin (Prophylactic) NFI Tabs
10’s
4.72
VITAMINS
174
229
Vitamin + Iron Tonic Syrup
100 ml
16.30
VITAMINS
175
230
Vitamin B Complex with Vitamin C & Zinc (Cebexin -Z) Caps
10’s
6.78
VITAMINS
176
231
Vitamin B-Complex (Prophylactic) Tabs
10’s
8.11
VITAMINS
177
232
Vitamin B-Complex NFI Syrup
200 ml
24.08
VITAMINS
178
233
Ascorbic Acid Tablets IP 100 mg(Vitamin-C Chewable Tablet IP 100mg)
10’s
4.28
VITAMINS,MINERALS & FOOD SUPPLEMENT
179
235
Budesonide 0.5 mg/ml Respule
2 ml
11.02
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM & ANTI-ALLERGICS
180
239
Cetrizine (5 mg/ 5 ml) Syrup
60 ml
10.32
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM & ANTI-ALLERGICS
181
240
Cetrizine 10mg Tabs
10’s
1.84
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM & ANTI-ALLERGICS
182
243
Cough Syrup Diphen.14 mg. + A.Chl.135 mg. + Sod.Cit.57 mg. + Menthol IP 0.9 mg.
110 ml bottle
12.60
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM & ANTI-ALLERGICS
183
244
Theophylline 25.3 mg+ Etophylline 84.7mg /2ml Injections
2ml
1.83
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM & ANTI-ALLERGICS
184
245
Etophyllin +Theophylline (77 mg + 23 mg) Tabs
10’s
1.83
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM & ANTI-ALLERGICS
185
246
Fexofenadine 120 mg Tabs
10’s
19.81
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM & ANTI-ALLERGICS
186
247
Fexofenadine 180 mg Tabs
10’s
27.54
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM & ANTI-ALLERGICS
187
248
Levocetrizine 5 mg Tabs
10’s
2.30
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM & ANTI-ALLERGICS
188
250
Montelukast Sodium 5 mg Tab
10’s
9.04
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM & ANTI-ALLERGICS
189
251
Montelukast Sodium 10 mg Tab
10’s
12.73
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM & ANTI-ALLERGICS
190
252
Montelukast Sodium + Levocetrizine (10 mg + 5mg) Tab
10’s
12.64
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM & ANTI-ALLERGICS
191
253
Pheniramine Maleate 25 mg Tabs
15’s
4.64
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM & ANTI-ALLERGICS
192
254
Promethazine (5 mg/ 5ml) Syrup
100ml bottle
12.55
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM & ANTI-ALLERGICS
193
256
Salbutamol 2 mg Tabs
10’s
0.75
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM & ANTI-ALLERGICS
194
259
Salbutamol Syrup IP 2mg /5ml
100ml Bottle
8.00
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
195
260
Salbutamol Tablets IP 4mg
10’s
0.85
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
196
263
Amlodipine + Atenolol (5 mg + 50 mg) Tabs
10’s
3.54
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
197
264
Amlodipine 5mg Tabs
10’s
2.68
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
198
265
Atenolol 50 mg Tabs
14’s
5.02
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
199
266
Atorvastatin 10mg Tabs
10’s
5.11
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
200
267
Atorvastatin 20 mg Tabs
10’s
9.20
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
201
269
Clopidogrel 75mg Tabs
10’s
12.01
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
202
270
Clopidogrel 75mg Tabs + Aspirin 75 mg
10’s
19.16
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
203
271
Diltiazem 30 mg Tabs
10’s
7.80
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
204
273
Dobutamine 250 mg/ 20ml Inj.
5 ml
32.71
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
205
274
Dopamine HCl 200 mg/5ml Inj.
5ml
15.60
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
206
275
Enalpril 5mg Tabs
10’s
2.86
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
207
276
Enoxaparin 40 mg/0.4 ml Inj. IP
0.4ml
183.01
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
208
277
Enoxaparin 60 mg/0.6 ml Inj.
0.6 ml
222.89
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
209
278
Frusemide (10 mg/ ml)
2ml
1.54
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
210
279
Frusemide 40 mg Tabs
10’s
2.30
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
211
280
Heparin Sodium 1000iu/ ml Inj.
5 ml
54.79
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
212
281
Heparin Sodium 5000iu/ ml Inj.
5 ml
173.57
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
213
283
Isosorbide Dinitrate 10 mg Tabs
10’s
3.56
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
214
285
Lisinopril + Amlodipine (5 mg + 5mg) Tabs
10’s
12.33
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
215
286
Lisinopril 5mg Tabs
10’s
7.16
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
216
287
Losartan + H.Ch. Thaizide (50 mg + 12.5mg) Tabs
10’s
9.05
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
217
288
Losartan 25mg Tabs
10’s
5.04
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
218
289
Losartan Potassium 50 mg Tabs
10’s
9.00
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
219
290
Metoprolol 25 mg Tabs
10’s
5.04
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
220
291
Metoprolol 50 mg Tabs
10’s
4.76
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
221
293
Ramipril 2.5 mg Tabs
10’s
6.75
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
222
294
Ramipril 5 mg Tabs
10’s
9.68
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
223
295
Simvastatin 10 mg Tabs
10’s
9.99
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
224
296
Simvastatin 20 mg Tabs
10’s
12.44
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
225
298
Telmisartan + Hydrochlorthiazide (40 mg + 12.5 mg ) Tabs
10’s
15.30
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
226
299
Telmisartan 20 mg Tabs
10’s
6.73
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
227
300
Telmisartan 40 mg Tabs
10’s
8.70
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
228
301
Tranexamic Acid 500 mg Tabs
10’s
58.22
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
229
302
Tranexamic Acid 100 mg/5ml Inj.
5 ml Amp.
17.89
CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS/ DIURETICS/HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AGENT/ANTI-COAGULANT
230
304
Arteether 150mg inj
2ml Vial
13.80
ANTIMALARIAL DRUGS
231
305
Chloroquine Phosphate 250 mg Tabs
10’s
4.90
ANTIINFECTIVE DRUGS
232
306
Primaquine 15 mg Tabs
10’s
8.34
ANTIMALARIAL DRUGS
233
311
Disodium hydrogen Citrate (Alkalyser) 1.4 mg/5ml Syrup
100 ml bottle
16.69
ELECTROLYTES
234
312
Oral Rehydration Salts Citrate IP 21 GM (WHO Formula) Sachet
1S
4.85
ELECTROLYTES
235
313
Alprazolam 0.25 mg Tabs
10’s
1.84
CNS DRUGS/ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUGS
236
314
Alprazolam 0.5 mg Tabs
10’s
2.97
CNS DRUGS/ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUGS
237
316
Betahistine 8 mg Tabs
10’s
5.15
CNS DRUGS/ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUGS
238
317
Carbamazepine 100mg Tabs
10’s
3.20
CNS DRUGS/ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUGS
239
318
Carbamazepine 200mg Tabs
10’s
12.60
CNS DRUGS/ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUGS
240
319
Clonazepam 0.5 mg Tabs
10’s
3.90
CNS DRUGS/ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUGS
241
320
Diazepam 5 mg Tabs
10’s
2.41
CNS DRUGS/ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUGS
242
321
Escitalopram 10 mg Tabs
10’s
4.83
CNS DRUGS/ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUGS
243
322
Escitalopram 20 mg Tabs
10’s
7.16
CNS DRUGS/ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUGS
244
323
Flunarzine 10mg Tabs
10’s
3.84
CNS DRUGS/ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUGS
245
324
Flunarzine 5mg Tabs
10’s
3.26
CNS DRUGS/ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUGS
246
325
Fluoxetine hydrochloride 20 mg Caps
10’s
5.96
CNS DRUGS/ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUGS
247
326
Methyl Ergometrine 0.125mg Tabs
10’s
9.06
CNS DRUGS/ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUGS
248
327
Phenytoin Sodium 100 mg Tabs
10’s
45.08
CNS DRUGS/ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUGS
249
328
Prochlorperazine 5 mg Tabs
10’s
2.93
CNS DRUGS/ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUGS
250
329
Prednisolone Tablets IP 5 MG
15’s
3.90
CORTICO – STEROIDS/DRUG USED IN HYPOTHYRIODISM
251
330
Prednisolone 10 mg Tabs
10’s
4.50
CORTICO – STEROIDS/DRUG USED IN HYPOTHYRIODISM
252
331
Thyroxine Sodium 50 mcg Tabs
10’s
4.55
CORTICO – STEROIDS/DRUG USED IN HYPOTHYRIODISM
253
333
Dexamethasone 0.5 mg Tabs
10’s
0.90
CORTICO – STEROIDS/DRUG USED IN HYPOTHYRIODISM
254
334
Dexamethasone 4 mg Inj.
2 ml
5.14
CORTICO – STEROIDS/DRUG USED IN HYPOTHYRIODISM
255
336
Allopurinol 100 mg Tabs
10’s
6.95
DRUGS USED IN GOUT
256
337
Clomiphene citrate 50 mg Tabs
10’s
15.04
HORMONES AND RELATED DRUGS
257
338
Atropine Sulphate (0.6mg/ ml) Inj.
1ml
2.44
OPHTHALMIC PREPARATION
258
341
Carboxymethyl Cellulose 0.5 % w/v Eye Drop
10 ml
18.43
OPHTHALMIC PREPARATION
259
344
Ciprofloxacin 0.3% w/v Eye Drop
5 ml
6.74
OPHTHALMIC PREPARATION
260
351
Xylometazoline 0.1 % w/v Nasal Drop
10 ml
7.63
OROPHARYNGEAL
261
352
Bupivacaine Hydrochloride 0.5% w/w Inj.
4 ml X 5
7.29
SURGICAL ANESTHETICS
262
356
Lignocaine 2% w/v Inj.
20 ml Vial
15.13
SURGICAL ANESTHETICS
263
357
Lignocaine + Adrenaline (1% + 2%)w/v Inj.
30 ml Vial
19.83
SURGICAL ANESTHETICS
264
358
Propofol 10 mg/ml Inj.
10ml Vial
54.79
SURGICAL ANESTHETICS
265
360
Mifepristone 200 mg Tabs
1×10
58.67
ANTICANCER AGENT
266
361
Oxytocin 5 iu / ml Inj.
1 ml Amp.
9.48
GYNAECOLOGICAL
267
362
Biphasic Isophane Insulin Inj 40IU/ML(50:50)
10 ml Vial
67.00
ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS
268
363
Glargine 100 IU/ml Inj
Cartridge 3 ml
200.00
ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS
269
364
Glimperide 2mg + Metformnin Hydrochloride 500mg Tab
10’s
17.78
ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS
270
365
Gliclazide 80mg + Metformin Hydrochloride 500mg Tab
10’s
32.06
ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS
271
366
Glipizide 5mg + Metformin Hydrochloride 500mg Tab
10’s
6.80
ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS
272
367
Voglibose 0.3mg Tab
10’s
9.92
ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS
273
368
Gliclazide 60mg Tab
10’s
37.62
ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS
274
369
Acarbose 50mg Tab
10’s
55.90
ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS
275
371
Voglibose 0.2mg Tab
10’s
9.61
ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS
276
372
Metformin Hydrochloride Prolong Release 500mg Tab
10’s
8.85
ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS
277
373
Artesunate 60mg Inj.
1 Vial
24.12
ANTIMALARIA
278
374
Artemether 80mg + Lumefantrine(Banflumetol) 480mg Tab
6’s
55.89
ANTIMALARIA
279
375
Quinine Sulphate 300mg Tab
10’s
54.75
ANTIMALARIA
280
376
Imipenem 500mg and Cilastatin 500mg Inj
Vial & WFI
384.25
ANTIBIOTIC
281
377
Clindamycin 300mg Caps
10’s
54.77
ANTIBIOTIC
282
379
Rifampicin and Isoniazide Tablets IP (450 MG+300 MG)
10’s
35.03
ANTIINFECTIVE DRUGS
283
380
Clarithromycin 500mg Tab
4’s
66.23
ANTIBIOTIC
284
381
Cefixime 200mg + Ofloxacin 200mg Tab
10’s
68.29
ANTIBIOTIC
285
382
Linezolid 600mg Tab
10’s
176.16
ANTIINFECTIVE
286
383
Cefpodxime 200mg + Clavulanic Acid 125mg Tab
6’s
81.11
ANTIBIOTIC
287
384
Itraconazole 100mg Caps
4’s
20.15
ANTIINFECTIVE
288
385
Cefixime 200mg + Clavulanic Acid 125mg(as pot. Clavulanate) Tab
10’s
102.74
ANTIBIOTIC
289
386
Diethylcarbamazine 50mg Tab
30’s
10.73
ANTIINFECTIVE
290
387
Terbinafine 250mg Tab
7’s
31.66
ANTIINFECTIVE
291
390
Ethambutol 800mg Tab
10’s
31.05
ANTI T.B.
292
391
Moxifloxacin 400mg Tab
5’s
91.98
ANTIBIOTIC
293
393
Acyclovir Dispersible 800mg Tab
5’s
35.30
ANTIFUNGAL AGENT
294
395
Cefuroxime 500mg + Clavulanic Acid 125mg (as pot. clavulanate) Tab
6’s
122.14
ANTIBIOTIC
295
400
Ketoconazole 200mg Tab
10’s
25.90
ANTIFUNGAL AGENT
296
401
Amoxycillin 250mg with Potassium Clavulanate 125mg Tab
6’s
39.61
ANTIBIOTIC
297
402
Amoxycillin 875mg + Potassium Clavulanate 125mg Tab
6’s
62.57
ANTIBIOTIC
298
403
Clindamycin 300mg/2 ml Inj
2ml
51.65
ANTIBIOTIC
299
404
Linezolid Infusion 600mg/300ml
300ml
95.15
ANTIBIOTIC
300
405
Ofloxacin Infusion 200mg/100ml
100 ml
23.01
ANTIBIOTIC
301
406
Aciclovir Intravenous Infusion 500mg / Vial
Vial
77.63
ANTIVIRAL
302
407
Ivermectin 12mg Tab
10’s
6.99
ANTIINFECTIVE
303
414
Tranexamic Acid 500mg + Mefenamic Acid 250mg Tab
10’s
78.09
BLEEDING CONTROL
304
416
Prazosin 5mg Tab
15’s
26.40
ANTIHYPERTENSIVE
305
417
Telmisartan 40mg + Amlodipine 5mg Tab
15’s
17.66
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
306
418
Rosuvastatin 20mg Tab
10’s
27.34
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
307
420
Atorvastatin + Clopidogrel(10/75mg) Capsules
10’s
29.21
CVS
308
422
Torasemide 10mg Tab
15’s
17.30
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
309
423
Bisoprolol 5mg Tab
10’s
27.04
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
310
424
Carvedilol 3.125mg Tab
10’s
5.45
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
311
425
Diltiazem 90mg Tab
10’s
20.18
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
312
426
Acenocoumarol Tab 2mg IP
30’s
51.43
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
313
427
S-Amlodipine 2.5mg Tab
10’s
7.65
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
314
428
Digoxin 250mg(0.25mg) Tab
10’s
6.53
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
315
429
Atorvastatin 10mg + Fenofibrates 160mg Tab
15’s
24.39
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
316
430
Amiodarone 200mg Tab
10’s
67.92
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
317
431
Ramipril 5mg + Hydroclorthiazide 12.5mg Tab
10’s
9.10
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
318
432
Olmesartan 40mg Tab
10’s
26.71
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
319
434
Propranolol 40mg Tab
10’s
4.95
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
320
435
Rosuvastatin 10mg + Fenofibrates 160mg Tab
10’s
24.70
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
321
436
Telmisartan 40mg + Chlorthalidone 12.5mg Tab
10’s
23.15
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
322
437
Nifedipine Prolonged Release 20mg Tab
10’s
7.09
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
323
438
Indapamide 1.5mg Tab
10’s
6.98
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
324
439
Olmesartan Medoxomil 40mg + Hydroclorthiazide 12.5mg Tab
10’s
21.24
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
325
440
Metoprolol 50mg + Amlodipine 5mg Tab
7’s
9.70
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
326
441
Losartan 50mg + Amlodipine 5mg Tab
10’s
9.60
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
327
443
Isosorbide Dinitrate 5mg Tab
50’s
31.50
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
328
445
Olmesartan 20mg + Amlodipine 5mg Tab
10’s
24.32
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
329
449
Spironolactone 25mg Tab
15’s
24.06
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
330
450
Labetalol 100mg Tab
10’s
43.65
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
331
451
Streptokinase 1500000 IU Inj
10 ml & wfi
1344.50
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
332
452
Warfarin 5mg Tab
10’s
4.28
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
333
454
Valsartan Tab IP 80mg
10’s
29.95
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
334
456
Atorvastatin 40mg Tab
10’s
15.86
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
335
457
Torasemide 20mg Tab
10’s
13.85
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
336
458
Labetalol 5mg/ml Inj
4ml Vial
91.99
CARDIOVASCULAR AGENT
337
459
Hydroquinone 2% + Mometasone 0.1% + Tretinoin 0.025 % Cream
20gm
20.96
SKIN INFECTION
338
461
Betamethasone Valerat 0.1% w/w + Neomycin Sulfate 0.5% w/w Cream
20 gm
14.85
SKIN INFECTION
339
463
Mupirocin Ointment 2% w/w
5gm
39.13
SKIN INFECTION
340
465
Domperidone 30mg + Pantoprazole 40mg Caps
10’s
18.48
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
341
466
Ursodeoxycholic Acid 300mg Tab
10’s
150.13
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
342
467
Dicyclomine 10mg + Mefenamic Acid 250mg Tab
10’s
7.51
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
343
470
Pepsin 10mg + Diastase 50mg Oral Liquid /5 ml
200ml
40.45
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
344
471
Oxetacaine 10mg + Aluminium 0.291mg + Magnesium 98mg/5ml Gel
200ml
31.67
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
345
472
Domperidone + Esomeprazole(30/40mg) Capsule
10’s
19.35
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
346
473
Levosulpiride 75mg + Pantoprazole 40mg Caps
10’s
60.61
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
347
474
Doxylamine Succinate 10mg + Pyridoxine HCl 10mg Tab
30’s
17.17
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
348
475
Sucralfate Suspension 500mg/5ml
200ml
73.38
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
349
476
Liquid Paraffin 1.25ml + Milk of Magnesia 3.75ml + Sodium Picosulphate 3.33mg/5ml Emulsion
170 ml
52.40
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
350
477
Clidinium Bromide 2.5mg + Chlordiazepoxide 5mg Tab
10’s
5.69
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
351
478
Sodium Picosulphate 10mg Tab
10’s
8.24
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
352
479
Tricholine Citrate 550 MG + SORBITOL 7.15 GM SYRUP/10 ML
200ml
30.57
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
353
480
Levosulpiride 75mg + Esomeprazole 40mg
10’s
54.56
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
354
482
Levosulpiride(SR) 75mg + Rabeprazole(EC) 20mg Caps
10’s
45.41
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
355
483
Loperamide 2mg Caps
10’s
6.16
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
356
484
Esomeprazole 40mg
10’s
14.33
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
357
485
Promethazine 25mg Tab
10’s
5.27
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
358
487
Dicyclomine 10mg + Dimethicone 40mg/5ml Suspension
30ml
12.13
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
359
491
Itopride 50mg Tab
10’s
14.46
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
360
492
Sulfasalazine Tab EC BP 500mg
10’s
18.50
GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
361
495
Ferrous Ammonium Citrate 160mg + Cyano Cobalamine 7.5mcg+Folic Acid 0.5mg/15ml Syrup
200ml
17.23
GYNAECOLOGICAL
362
497
KIT of Mifepristone 200mg (1 Tab) + Misoprostol 200mcg (4 Tabs)
1’s
72.47
GYNAECOLOGICAL
363
498
Ferrous Ascorbate 100mg with folic Acid 1.5mg Tab
10’s
14.34
GYNAECOLOGICAL
364
499
Norethisterone 5mg Tab
10’s
13.73
GYNAECOLOGICAL
365
500
Levo-Thyroxine Sodium 100MCG Tab
100’s in a Bottle
65.33
GYNAECOLOGICAL
366
501
Betamethasone 0.5mg Tab
20’s
6.74
GYNAECOLOGICAL
367
502
Deflazacort 6mg Tab
6’s
10.93
GYNAECOLOGICAL
368
503
Methyl Prednisolone Sodium Succinate 1000mg Inj
Vial & Wfi
494.81
GYNAECOLOGICAL
369
504
Nandrolone Decanoate 25mg/ml Inj
1ml
16.75
GYNAECOLOGICAL
370
506
Levo-Thyroxine Tablets IP 50 MCG IP
100’s in Bottle
6.75
HORMONES & OTHER ENDOCRINE MEDICINES
371
507
Carbimazole 5mg Tab
10’s
8.80
HORMONES
372
508
Levetiracetam 500mg Tab
10’s
55.00
CNS ACTION
373
509
Hydroxychloroquine 200mg Tab
10’s
38.08
PAIN/ANALGESICS
374
510
Paracetamol 325mg + Tramadol 37.5mg Tab
10’s
7.41
PAIN/ANALGESICS
375
511
Paracetomal 650mg Tab
15’s
8.03
PAIN/ANALGESICS
376
512
Aceclofenac 100mg + Paracetamol 325mg + Serratiopeptidase 15mg Tab
10’s
7.96
PAIN/ANALGESICS
377
513
Piroxicam 20mg Caps
10’s
7.32
PAIN/ANALGESICS
378
514
Chymotrypsin + Trypsin (1:5) Enteric Cated 120K AU Tab
20’s
49.31
GIT
379
515
Mefenamic Acid Suspension 100mg/5ml
60ml
14.92
PAIN/ANALGESICS
380
516
Aceclofenac 200mg SR/CR Tab
10’s
10.75
PAIN/ANALGESICS
381
517
Thiocolchicoside 4mg + Aceclofenac 100mg Tab
10’s
36.67
PAIN/ANALGESICS
382
518
Baclofen 10mg Tab
10’s
12.05
PAIN/ANALGESICS
383
519
Ketorolac DT 10mg Tab
10’s
7.65
PAIN/ANALGESICS
384
520
Mefenamic Acid 500mg + Paracetamol 325mg Tab
10’s
11.45
PAIN/ANALGESICS
385
521
Tramadol 100mg Tab
10’s
28.40
PAIN/ANALGESICS
386
522
Alfacalcidol Soft Gelatin 0.25mcg Caps
10’s
19.91
PAIN/ANALGESICS
387
525
Diclofenac 1.16 w/w + Linceed Oil 3% w/w + Methyl Salicylate 10% w/w + Menthol 5% w/w Gel
30gm
17.41
PAIN/ANALGESICS
388
528
Paracetamol 500mg + Phenylephrine 10mg + Chlorpheniramine 2mg Tab
10’s
7.57
RESPIRATORY DISEASE
389
531
Guaifenesin 100mg + Terbutaline 2.5mg + Bromhexine 8mg/10ml Syrup
100ml
15.51
RESPIRATORY DISEASE
390
535
Terbutaline 2.5mg + Bromhexine 8mg/10 ml Syrup
100ml
24.26
RESPIRATORY DISEASE
391
539
Acetylcysteine 600mg Tab
10’s
25.58
RESPIRATORY DISEASE
392
541
Acebrophylline 100mg Caps
10’s
18.13
RESPIRATORY DISEASE
393
542
Sodium Chloride 0.65% w/v Nasal Drops
20ml
8.03
RESPIRATORY DISEASE
394
544
Flucticasone Propionate Respule 0.5mg/2ml
2ml
13.61
RESPIRATORY DISEASE
395
555
Doxofylline 400mg Tab
10’s
23.68
RESPIRATORY DISEASE
396
556
Montelukast 10mg + Fexofenadine HCl 120mg Tab
10’s
55.89
RESPIRATORY DISEASE
397
560
flucticasone Propionate 50mcg per puff Nasal Spray
120 MD
151.54
RESPIRATORY DISEASE
398
562
Loratidine 10mg Tab
10’s
6.89
RESPIRATORY DISEASE
399
563
Oxymetazoline 0.5mg/ml Nasal Drops
10ml
10.48
RESPIRATORY DISEASE
400
569
Sildenafil 50mg Tab
4’s
7.72
SEX STIMULANTS/ REJUVENATORS
401
570
Tadalafil 20mg Tab
4’s
7.63
SEX STIMULANTS/ REJUVENATORS
402
571
Tamsulosin 0.4mg + Dutasteride 0.5mg Tab
15’s
14.25
UROLOGY DISEASE
403
574
Vaccine Rabies 2.5 IU Inj
1ml
240.91
VACCINE
404
580
Ginseng extract 42.5 mg, vitamin A 2500 IU, vitamin B1 1 mg, vitamin B2 1.5 mg, vitamin B6 1 mg, vitamin B12 1 mcg, vitamin C 50 mg, vitamin E 5 mg, vitamin D 200 IU, nicotinamide 10 mg, carbohydrates 0.1 g, folic acid 0.15 mg, ferrous fumarate 30 mg, copper 0.5 mg, potassium sulphate 2 mg, manganese 0.5 mg, magnesium sulphate 3 mg, zinc oxide 10 mg, calcium 75 mg, phosphate 58 mg, iodine 0.1 mg, protein 0.2 g, fat 0.38 g
10’s
13.59
VITAMINS / MINERALS / NUTRIENTS
405
581
Calcium Carbonate 500mg + Calcitriol 0.25mcg + Zinc 7.5mg Tab
10’s
14.18
VITAMINS / MINERALS / NUTRIENTS
406
582
Vitamins A,C,D,E and B Complex and Minerals Syrup
200ml
42.58
VITAMINS / MINERALS / NUTRIENTS
407
583
Cyproheptadine 4mg Tab
10’s
6.70
VITAMINS / MINERALS / NUTRIENTS
408
585
Vitamin D – Cholecalciferol 60000 IU/1Gm Sachet
1 Sachet
7.80
VITAMINS / MINERALS / NUTRIENTS
409
587
Appetite Enhancer(Peptone,Minerals,Vitamins) Syrup
300ml
50.75
VITAMINS / MINERALS / NUTRIENTS
410
588
Vitamin E Softgel Capsules 400 MG
10’s
10.20
VITAMINS / MINERALS / FOOD SUPPLEMENT
411
589
Calcium 500mg + Calcitriol 0.25mg Tab
15’s
7.40
VITAMINS / MINERALS / NUTRIENTS
412
591
Methylcobalamin 500mcg Inj
1ml
7.06
VITAMINS
413
592
L-Lysine + Multivitamins(Vit-B1,B2,B3,B5,B6) Syrup
200ml
29.11
VITAMINS / MINERALS / NUTRIENTS
414
596
Zinc Sulphate 20mg/ml Oral Solution
15ml
12.33
MINERALS
415
597
Vitamin B6 50mg Tab
10’s
7.90
VITAMINS
416
598
Pregabalin 75mg + Methylcobalamin 750 mcg Tab
10’s
29.62
CNS ACTION
417
599
Pregabalin 75mg Tab
10’s
14.66
CNS ACTION
418
601
Disulfiram IP 500 mg
4’s
7.34
CNS
419
603
Cetirizine Dihydrochloride IP 5 mg,Phenylephrine Hydrochloride IP 10 mg,Paracetamol IP 325 mg
10’s
7.65
RESPIRATORY
420
604
Levocetrizine HCL 5mg, Phenylephrine HCL 5mg, Ambroxol HCL 30mg, Paracetamol 325mg
10’s
8.4
-NA-
421
606
Cyproheptadine 4 mg
10’s
2.25
GIT
422
607
Beclamethasone Dipropionate..0.025% w/, Neomycin Sxulphate..0.5% w/w ( 3500 Unit /G) Chlorocresol 0.1% w/w
15gm
10.75
DRUGS ACTING On SKIN(TOPICAL/LOCAL APPLICABLE)
423
608
Betamethasone 0.05% w/w + Salicylic acid 3% w/w
20gm
17.87
STEROID
424
610
Cold Suspn.N/F (Paracetamol 125 mg+ Phenylephrine Hydrocloride IP 5mg +
60ml
12.55
RESPIRATORY
425
611
Cyproheptadine, Hydrochloride(anhydrous) IP..2 mg.In a flavoured syrup base..q.s.
200ml
21.48
GIT
426
612
Dusting Powder (Povidone 5% Powder
10gm container
28.62
ANTIINFECTIVE
427
613
Diclofenac Potassium BP 50 mg + Paracetamol 325 mg + Serratiopeptidase 10 mg
10’s
9.22
ANALGESICS
428
614
Ear Drops (Paradichlorobenzene 2%+Benzocaine 2.7%+Chlorbutol 5%+Turpentine Oil15%
10ml
12.21
ENT
429
621
Iron & Zinc (Carbonyl Iron 50 mg+ Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate USP 61.8 mg equivalent to Elemental Zinc 22.5 mg + Folic Acid IP 0.5mg
15’s
8.42
VITAMIN & SUPPLEMENT
430
626
Dandruf Shampoo Ketoconazole IP Shampoo 2%w/v
100ml Bottle
47.82
DERMA
431
627
Etophylline IP 115mg + Theophylline 35mg Tablet
10’s
6.66
RESPIRATORY
432
630
Laxative Suspension Liqid Paraffin 3.75ml+Milk of Magnesia 11.25ml)
170ml Bottle
23.93
GIT
433
631
Ethamsylate B.P 500 mg.
10’s
10.46
-NA-
434
632
Ethamsylate B.P 250 mg.
10’s
6.37
-NA-
435
633
Anti-acne Gel Adapalene BP…0.1 % w/w, Clindamycin Phosphate USP equivalent to Clindamycin…1% w/w, Methyl Paraben IP…0.1 % w/w, Phenoxyethanol BP…0.25 % w/w
15 gm Tube
26.09
DERMA
436
634
Clobetasol Propionate BP…0.05 % w/w, Neomycin Sulphate IP…0.50 % w/w., Miconazole Nitrate IP…2.00 % w/w,Chlorocresol IP( as preservative) 0.10 % w/w Cream/Ointment
20gm
16.07
DRUGS ACTING On SKIN(TOPICAL/LOCAL APPLICABLE)
437
637
Aceclofenac 100 mg + Paracetamol 325 mg + Chorzoxazone 250 mg film coated tab.
10’s
11.64
ANALGESICS
438
638
Aceclofenac 100 mg Paracetamol 325 mg Serratiopeptidase 15 mg
10’s
10.29
-NA-
439
639
Mucodilator Expectorant Terbutaline Sulphate 1.25 mg, Bromhexine 4 mg, Guaiphenesin 50 mg, Menthol 2.5 mg per 5 ml
100ml
10.99
RESPIRATORY
440
640
Nimesulide 1% W/W Gel
20 Gm tube
12.42
ANALGESICS
441
643
Paracetamol 125mg+ CPM 1 mg + Sodium Citrate 60mg in a flavour syrup base
60 ml Bottle
12.19
RESPIRATORY
442
644
Phenylephrine Hydrochloride 5.00mg Chlorpheniranmine Maleate 2.00mg Drops
15 ml Bottle
10.95
RESPIRATORY
443
646
Diclofenac diethylamine BP 1.116% (equivalent to diclofenac sodium 1.0%, Linseed oil BP 3.0% + Methyl Salicylate IP 10.0%, Capsiacin USP 0.025%, Menthol IP 0.025%, Benzyl alcohol IP 1.0% (as preservative) In a gel base q.s.
30gm
21.06
ANALGESICS
444
647
Diclofenac Di + Menthol 5%+ Oleum 3% + Methyl Salicylate
20gm
15.53
ANALGESICS
445
648
Dethylamine BP…1.16 %, Linseed Oil BP…3 % w/w, Methyl Salicylate IP…10 % w/w, Menthol IP…5 % w/w, Excipients and Propellant q.s. to…100 % w/w Spray
35gm
19.21
DERMA
446
649
Dicyclomine 10mg + Act. Dimethicone 40mg per ml
10ml Bottle
9.51
GIT
447
651
Paracetamol IP…125 mg., Mefanamic Acid IP…50 mg., in a flavoured syrupy base…q.s.
60ml
11.47
ANALGESICS
448
652
Dicyclomine 10mg + Mefenamic 250 mg
10’s
6.09
ANALGESICS
449
653
Syrup Vitamin D3 200 IU + Vitamin B12 2.5 mcg + Calcium Phosphate eq. to elemental Calcium 82 mg / 5 ml
225ml
23.29
VITAMIN & SUPPLEMENT
450
655
Enyme Syrup Mix Fruit Flavour Pepsin 7.5 mg + Fungal Diastase 12.5 mg / 5 ml
200ml
46.55
GIT
451
656
Enzyme Drops Pepsin (1:3000) 5 mg + Fungal Diastase (1:1200) 33.33 mg/ml
15ml
15.62
GIT
452
657
Hydroquinone 2.0% w/w + Tretinoin 0.025% w/w + Mometasone Furoate 0.1% w/w in a cream base q.s
15gm
25.20
DERMA
453
658
Chlorhexidine Gluconate 0.3% v/v + Cetrimide 0.6% w/v
100ml
12.11
ANTIINFECTIVE
454
659
Chlorhexidine Gluconate 0.3% v/v + Cetrimide 0.6% w/v
200ml
15.93
ANTIINFECTIVE
455
664
Mouth Ulcer Gel (Choline Salicylate sodium 9% w/v, Benzalkonium Chloride 0.01% w/w)
10gm
12.44
ANTIINFECTIVE
456
666
Pheniramine Maleate I.P. 22.75mg,Methyl Paraben(as preservative) I.P. 0.135% w/v, Propyl Paraben(as preservative) I.P. 0.015% w/v, Water for injection I.P. q.s.
2ml
5.27
RESPIRATORY
457
667
Paracetamol IP 125mg,Promethazine hcl 5mg Suspension
15ml
7.76
ANALGESICS
458
669
Syrup – Cefuroxime 125mg(asCefuroxime Axetil USP)
30ml
31.05
ANTIINFECTIVE
459
670
Diacerein 50 mg +Methylsulphonylmethane 250 mg + Glucosamine sulphate 750 mg tab.
10’s
38.81
ANALGESICS
460
671
Diacerein 50 mg + Glucosamine Sulphate 500 mg
10’s
34.93
ANALGESICS
461
672
Mometasone Furoate 0.1 % w/w
15gm
14.47
ANTIINFECTIVE
462
676
Trimcelone Acetonide 0.1 % Mouth Ulcer gel
10gm
21.26
ANTIINFECTIVE
463
680
Finaestride 5 mg
10’s
57.25
CVS
464
682
Rabeprazole 20mg + Domperidone 10mg
10’s
6.26
GIT
465
683
Rabeprazole Sodium ip 20mg + Itopiride HCL 150mg
10’s
26.39
GIT
466
685
Pantoprazole 40mg + Itopride 150mg S.R.
10’s
31.05
GIT
467
686
Magaldrate 400 mg + Simethiocone 20 mg
170ml
22.32
GIT
468
687
Lactulose 10gm/15 ml
200ml
72.00
GIT
469
688
Nitroglycerine Injection 5mg/ ml
10ml Vial
31.61
CVS
470
689
Clotrimazole 100 mg Vaginal Tab
10’s
11.93
ANTIINFECTIVE
471
690
Timolol Maeleate 0.5 % Eye Drops
5ml Vial
14.36
CVS
472
691
Ofloxacin Eye Drops 0.3%w/v
10ml Vial
9
ANTIINFECTIVE
473
692
Olopattadine Eye Drops
10ml Vial
15.04
ENT
474
694
Tobramycin Eye Drops
10ml Vial
11.83
ENT
475
697
Sulfacetamide eye drop 10 %
10ml
10.67
ENT
476
698
Sulfacetamide eye drop 20 %
20ml
18.97
ENT
477
699
Acyclovir Eye Ointment
5gm
16.5
ANTIINFECTIVE
478
704
Cephalexin 125mg/5ml Dry Syrup
30ml
14.56
ANTIINFECTIVE
479
705
Levofloxacin 500 mg Infusion/IV
100ml
29.08
ANTIINFECTIVE
480
706
Cefpodoxime Proxetil 50 mg DS Dry Syrup
100ml
22.02
ANTIINFECTIVE
481
708
Piroxicam 20 mg Tablets
10’s
4.6
ANALGESICS
482
709
Piroxicam 20 mg with bezyl alcohol injection
1ml
4.74
ANALGESICS
483
710
Piroxicam 40 mg with Bezyl Alcohol Injection
2ml
5.69
ANALGESICS
484
712
Paracetamol DS syrup /250 mg
60ml
10.19
ANALGESICS
485
713
Glibenclamide 5mg + MetforminHcl 500mg Tab
10’s
10.34
ANTIDIABETIC
486
714
Ofloxacin 200mg+Ornidazole500mg infusion
100ml
57.04
ANTIINFECTIVE DRUGS
487
715
Glycerin ip 98%w/w
50gm
16.48
DERMA
488
716
Urea IP 1 % + Salicylic Acid IP 1% w/w Zinc Sulphate 0.1 % w/w
10gm
11.66
DERMA
489
718
Escitalopram 10mg with Clonazepam 0.5mg
10’s
10.09
CNS
490
720
Ringer Lactate
500ml IV fluid plastic container using FFS technology
31.61
IV ELECTROLYTE
491
722
Water for Injection amp polypack
5ml
2.23
-NA-
492
723
Water for Injection amp polypack
10ml
2.97
DILUENT
493
734
Dehydroepiandrosterone 25 mg Capsule
10’s
50.50
DRUGS ACTING On ENDOCRINE GLAND Including STEROIDS AND IMMUNOSUPRESSANT
494
739
Cefuroxime 125mg Tab
6’s
34.77
ANTIINFECTIVE
495
740
Clarithromycin 250mg Tab
10’s
69.21
ANTIINFECTIVE
496
741
Cefpodoxime Proxetil Dispersible 50mg Tab
10’s
22.20
ANTIINFECTIVE
497
747
Glimipride 3mg Tab
10’s
3.78
ANTIDIABETIC
498
748
Glimipride 4mg Tab
10’s
4.37
ANTIDIABETIC
499
752
Clotrimazole 1% 100gm Powder
10gm Powder
45.3
ANTIINFECTIVE
500
753
Clotrimazole 1% w/w,Beclometasone Dipropionate 0.025% w/w 15ml Lotion
15ml Lotion in Bottle
10.67
ANTIINFECTIVE
Go Top
501
754
Clotrimazole 1% w/w, Beclometasone Dipropionate 0.025% w/w cream 15 gm tube
15gm Cream
10.28
ANTIINFECTIVE
502
757
Cefuroxime Injection 1500 mg
10ml
72.47
ANTIINFECTIVE
503
759
Rosuvastatin Tablet 10 mg
15’s
24.76
CVS
504
762
Nortriptyline Tablet 25mg Tablet
10’s
8.50
CNS
505
764
Etizolam Tablet 0.5mg
10’s
8.11
CNS
506
766
L-methylfolate calcium 7.5mg Tablet
10’s
59.00
VITAMINS, MINERALS, FOOD SUPPLEMENT
507
767
Metformin 1000mg SR + Glimipride 2mg Tablet
10’s
18.23
ANTIDIABETIC
508
768
Acetazolamide Tablets I.P 250mg
10’s
16.00
DIURETIC DRUGS
509
769
Acetyl Salicylic Acid (Aspirin)Tablet I.P 325mg
14’s
5.11
ANALGESIC and ANTIPYRETIC/MUSCLE RELAXANT
510
772
Adenosine Injection 3mg/ml
2ml
99.50
CNS
511
781
Alprazolam-0.25mg, Fluoxetine 20mg Tab
10’s
7.76
CNS
512
784
Amisulpride Tablets I.P 50mg
10’s
26.92
CNS
513
786
Amitriptyline hydrochloride 10mg Tablets I.P
10’s
4.10
CNS
514
788
Anastrozole Tablets IP 1mg
10’s
114.80
CNS
515
790
Aspirin enteric coated Tablets I.P.75mg
14’s
6.93
CVS
516
791
Atenolol 25 mg, Amlodipine 5 mg Tablets
14’s
11.25
CVS
517
793
Atenolol 25 mg Tab
14’s
2.81
CVS
518
796
Atorvastatin I.P 10mg, Aspirin I.P (EC) 75mg Capsules
10’s
17.24
CVS
519
797
Atracurium Besilate Injection I.P 25mg/2.5ml
2.5ml
44.50
ANALGESIC and ANTIPYRETIC/MUSCLE RELAXANT
520
800
Bacitracin Zinc 250 Iu Neomycin 5 Mg, Sulphacetamide Sodium 60mg per 1gm Powder
10gm Powder
20.00
DRUGS Acting on Skin(Topical/Local Applicable)
521
804
Betamethasone Inj. I.P 4 mg/ml
1ml
2.05
RESPIRATORY
522
806
Bicalutamide Tab I.P 50mg
10’s
137.50
ANTICANCER
523
807
Biphasic Isophane Insulin Injection I.P 100 Iu/ml (30:70 ) (30% Soluble Insulin And 70% Isophane Insulin)
3 ml Cartrirdge
146.75
ANTIDIABETIC
524
809
Bortezomib Injection 3.5 mg
Vial
3188.00
ANTICANCER
525
811
Bromfenac Sodium Eye Drop 0.09%
5ml
28.13
ENT
526
815
Calcitriol Capsules I.P 0.25mcg
10’s
24.30
VITAMIN & SUPPLEMENT
527
819
Capecitabine Tab I.P 500mg
10’s
420
CVS
528
820
Carboprost Tromethamine Injection IP 250 mcg/ml
1ml
68.00
HORMONE
529
821
Carvedilol Tablets IP 6.25mg
10’s
5.83
CVS
530
832
Chlorthalidone Tablets 12.5mg
10’s
11.31
CVS
531
837
Cilnidipine Tablets 20mg
10’s
37.70
CVS
532
838
Cilostazol Tablets IP 50mg
10’s
47.23
CVS
533
840
Citicoline Tablets 500mg
10’s
169.88
CNS
534
844
Clonazepam Tablets IP 1mg
10’s
13.20
CNS
535
860
Dextromethorphan HBr Syrup IP 13.5mg/5ml
50ml
22.08
RESPIRATORY
536
865
Diacerein Capsules IP 50mg
10’s
36.11
ANALGESIC
537
868
Dicyclomine HCl (Dicycloverine) Injection IP 10mg/ml
2ml
3.49
GIT
538
878
Drotaverine HCl 80mg, Mefenamic Acid 250mg Tab
10’s
15.27
ANALGESIC
539
879
Drotaverine HCl Tablets IP 40mg
10’s
6.79
ANALGESIC
540
881
Ebastine Film Coated Tablets 10mg
10’s
7.16
ANTIINFECTIVE
541
882
Efavirenz Tablets IP 600mg
30’s
422.92
ANTIINFECTIVE
542
888
Febuxostat Tablets 40mg
10’s
16.60
UROLOGY
543
889
Febuxostat Tablets 80mg
10’s
37.67
ANALGESIC and ANTIPYRETIC/MUSCLE RELAXANT
544
893
Filgrastim 300mcg/1ml Prefilled Syringe
1’s
259.20
ANTIINFECTIVE
545
901
Gabapentin Capsules USP 300mg
10’s
24.07
CVS
546
904
Glimepiride 1mg Metformin 500mg Tab
10’s
6.73
ANTIDIABETIC
547
905
Glimepiride 2mg, Metformin Hydrochloride 1g Tablets
10’s
29.70
ANTIDIABETIC
548
913
Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate Injection IP 100mg
Vial
23.94
STEROID
549
915
Hydroxyzine HCl Tablets IP 10mg
10’s
4.04
CVS
550
916
Imatinib mesylate Tablets IP 400mg
10’s
497
CVS
551
923
Isosorbidemononitrate Tablets IP 20mg
10’s
7.00
CVS
552
926
Ketoconazole Cream 2%w/w
15gm Tube
16.58
ANTIINFECTIVE
553
933
Leflunomide Tablets IP 20mg
10’s
90.65
Drugs acting on Endocrine Gland Including Steroids & Immunosupressant
554
934
Lenalidomide Capsules 10mg
10’s
422.00
ANTICANCER
555
935
Letrozole Tablets 2.5mg
10’s
42.40
ANTIINFECTIVE
556
937
Levetiracetam Syrup 100mg/5ml
100ml
116.30
CNS
557
945
Levosulpiride Tablets 25mg
10’s
9.49
ANTIINFECTIVE
558
946
Lignocaine (Lidocaine) Hydrochloride Gel IP 2% w/v
20g
19.60
ANESTHETIC
559
948
Lorazepam Tablets IP 1mg
10’s
6.73
CNS
560
949
Lorazepam Tablets IP 2mg
10’s
6.30
CNS
561
955
Mefenamic Acid 50mg, Paracetamol 125mg/5ml Suspension
60ml
11.00
ANALGESIC
562
960
Metformin SR Tablets IP 850mg
10’s
12.38
ANTIDIABETIC
563
968
Mirtazapine Tablets 15mg
10’s
22.28
CNS
564
975
Nebivolol 5 mg, Hydrochlorothiazide 12.5 mg Tab.
10’s
40.00
CVS
565
976
Nebivolol Tablets IP 10mg
10’s
25.75
CVS
566
978
Nepafenac 0.1% w/v Eye Drop
5ml
45.00
ENT
567
987
Nitrofurantoin Tablets I.P 100mg
10’s
15.28
UROLOGY
568
990
Olanzapine Tablets I.P 10mg
10’s
17.48
CNS
569
991
Olanzapine Tablets I.P 5mg
10’s
8.10
CNS
570
992
Olmesartan Tablets 20mg
10’s
15.18
CVS
571
993
Ondansetron Oral Solution I.P 2 mg/5ml
30ml
10.80
GIT
572
994
Oxaliplatin Injections 50mg
Vial
430.00
ANTICANCER
573
996
Oxcarbazepine Tablets I.P 300mg
10’s
39
CNS
574
997
Paclitaxel Injection 100mg
Vial
540.00
ANTICANCER
575
1003
Permethrin Cream 5% w/w
30gm
26.66
DERMA
576
1005
Phenobarbitone Tablets I.P 30mg
30’s
09.00
CNS
577
1011
Piracetam Syrup 500mg/5ml
100ml
42.75
CNS
578
1012
Piracetam Tablets 400mg
10’s
13.48
CNS
579
1022
Prochlorperazine Maleate Tablets I.P 5mg
10’s
4.23
CNS
580
1024
Promethazine Injection I.P 25 mg/ml
2ml
3.10
STEROID
581
1026
Propranolol Tablets IP 10mg
10’s
3.51
CVS
582
1029
Pyrazinamide Tablets I.P 1000mg
10’s
50.00
ANTIINFECTIVE
583
1031
Quetiapine Fumarate Tablets I.P 200mg
10’s
61.00
CNS
584
1032
Quetiapine Tablets I.P 100mg
10’s
33.50
CNS
585
1042
Risperidone Tablets 4mg
10’s
9.56
CNS
586
1044
Rosuvastatin Tablet I.P 5mg
10’s
16.58
CVS
587
1049
Sertraline Tablets 50mg
10’s
15.99
CNS
588
1050
Sertraline Tablets I.P 100mg
10’s
20.14
CNS
589
1051
Sertraline Tablets I.P 25mg
10’s
09.00
CNS
590
1059
Sodium Valproate EC Tablets I.P 200mg
10’s
21
CVS
591
1060
Sodium Valproate Tablets 300mg
10’s
18.45
CNS
592
1068
Sucralfate 1gm With Oxetacain 10mg/10ml Suspension
100ml
58.00
GIT
593
1072
Tamsulosin Modified-Release Capsules 0.4 mg
10’s
39.87
UROLOGY
594
1074
Telmisartan 80mg, Hydroclorthiazide 12.5mg Tablets
10’s
19.10
CVS
595
1075
Teneligliptin Film coated tablets 20mg
10’s
49.50
ANTIDIABETIC
596
1091
Vecuronium Bromide Injection I.P 4mg
Vial
31.40
Muscle Relaxant
597
1098
Voglibose 0.2mg, Metformin 500mg Tablets
10’s
13.97
ANTIDIABETIC
598
1099
Voglibose 0.3 mg, Metformin 500mg Tablets
10’s
19.89
ANTIDIABETIC
599
1105
Zolpidem Tablets I.P 10mg
10’s
18.23
CNS
600
1106
Telmisartan+Metoprolol (50/40 mg) Tablets
10’s
25.97
CVS
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701
8003
Chromic (l/2 Cir RB Needle 30mm, Length 76 cm)
One
39.00
SURGICAL ITEMS
702
8004
Chromic (l/2 Cir RB Needle 30mm, Length 76 cm)
One
39.00
SURGICAL ITEMS
703
8005
Chromic (l/2 Cir RB Needle 40mm, Length 76 cm)
One
43.65
SURGICAL ITEMS
704
8006
Chromic (3/8 RB Needle 30mm, Length 76 cm)
One
44.61
SURGICAL ITEMS
705
8007
Chromic (1/2 Cir RB Needle 45 mm, Length 100 cm)
One
59.75
SURGICAL ITEMS
706
8008
Chromic (3/8 Cir RCutting Needle 26mm, Length 76 cm)
One
51.95
SURGICAL ITEMS
707
8012
ABSORBABLE SURGICAL SUTURE { SYNTHETIC } 1/2 Cir RB NIDDLE 20 mm LENGTH 70 cm
One
44.78
SURGICAL ITEMS
708
8013
ABSORBABLE SURGICAL SUTURE { SYNTHETIC } 1/2 Cir RB NIDDLE 30 mm LENGTH 90 cm
One
45.51
SURGICAL ITEMS
709
8014
ABSORBABLE SURGICAL SUTURE { SYNTHETIC } 1/2 Cir RB NIDDLE 30 mm LENGTH 90 cm
One
48.28
SURGICAL ITEMS
710
8015
ABSORBABLE SURGICAL SUTURE { SYNTHETIC } 1/2 Cir TAPERCUT NIDDLE { HEAVY } 40 mm LENGTH 90 cm
One
56.08
SURGICAL ITEMS
711
8016
ABSORBABLE SURGICAL SUTURE { SYNTHETIC } 1/2 Cir RB NIDDLE 40 mm LENGTH 90 cm
One
47.00
SURGICAL ITEMS
712
8018
ABSORBABLE SURGICAL SUTURE { SYNTHETIC } 1/2 Cir RB NIDDLE 20 mm LENGTH 70 cm
One
53.38
SURGICAL ITEMS
713
8019
ABSORBABLE SURGICAL SUTURE { SYNTHETIC } {1/2 Cir RB NIDDLE 40 mm LENGTH 90 cm}
One
47.80
SURGICAL ITEMS
714
8020
ABSORBABLE SURGICAL SUTURE { SYNTHETIC } 1/2 Cir RB NIDDLE 40 mm LENGTH 90 cm
One
47.47
SURGICAL ITEMS
715
8021
ABSORBABLE SURGICAL SUTURE { SYNTHETIC } 3/8 Cir CUTTING NIDDLE 22 mm LENGTH 45 cm
One
56.08
SURGICAL ITEMS
716
8022
Absorbable Surgical Suture (Synthetic) 3/8 Circle Cutting 16mm Needle, Suture Length 70cm
One
172.10
SURGICAL ITEMS
717
8024
silk { 3/8 cir Reverse CUTTING NEEDLE 26 MM , LENGTH 76 cm }
One
34.74
SURGICAL ITEMS
718
8025
silk { 3/8 cir Reverse CUTTING NEEDLE 45 MM , LENGTH 76 cm }
One
34.74
SURGICAL ITEMS
719
8026
silk { 3/8 cir RB NEEDLE 20 MM , LENGTH 76 cm }
One
37.36
SURGICAL ITEMS
720
8027
silk { 3/8 cir RB NEEDLE 16 MM , LENGTH 76 cm }
One
37.36
SURGICAL ITEMS
721
8028
Polyamide (3/8 Cir Micropoint Round Body ,6mm Length 38 cm)
One
133.32
SURGICAL ITEMS
722
8029
Polyamide (3/8 Conventional Cutting Needle 16mm Length 70 cm)
One
34.74
SURGICAL ITEMS
723
8030
POLYAMIDE { 3/8} conventional cutting needle 19 mm length 60 cm
One
78.77
SURGICAL ITEMS
724
8031
POLYAMIDE { 3/8} cir slim blade cutting needle 15 mm length 70 cm }
One
78.77
SURGICAL ITEMS
725
8032
Polyamide (3/8 Cir R Cutting Needle 45mm Length 70 cm.)
One
34.74
SURGICAL ITEMS
726
8033
Polyamide (3/8 Cir R Cutting Needle 45mm Length 70 cm.)
One
37.36
SURGICAL ITEMS
727
8034
POLYAMIDE { 3/8} cutting spatulated edge needle , double arm needle 6 mm, suture 30 – 42 cm,
One
207.09
SURGICAL ITEMS
728
8035
POLYPROPYLENE { 1/2 Cir RB 13 mm needle , length 75 cm DOUBLE Arm
One
180.17
SURGICAL ITEMS
729
8036
POLYPROPYLENE { 3/8 Cir RB DOUBLE 8mm needle 60 cm
One
276.15
SURGICAL ITEMS
730
8038
POLYPROPYLENE { 3/8 Cir RB 16 mm needle length 70 cm
One
45.51
SURGICAL ITEMS
731
8039
POLYPROPYLENE { 1/2 Cir RB needle 30 mm length 90 cm }
One
45.51
SURGICAL ITEMS
732
8040
POLYPROPYLENE { 1/2 Cir RB heavy needle 45 mm length 90 cm
One
40.25
SURGICAL ITEMS
733
8041
POLYPROPYLENE { 1/2 Cir RB DOUBLE needle 17 mm length 90 cm
One
220.49
SURGICAL ITEMS
734
8046
POLYPROPYLENE { 1/2 Cir Tapercut double needle 25 mm leanth 90 cm} DOUBLE ARM
One
174.45
SURGICAL ITEMS
735
8047
POLYPROPYLENE { 3/8 Cir CONVENTIONAL CUTTING PC-3 NEEDLE 15 MM LENGTH 60 CM}
One
126.92
SURGICAL ITEMS
736
8048
POLYPROPYLENE { 3/8 Cir RB 13 mm needle length 90 cm DOUBLE ARM
One
225.75
SURGICAL ITEMS
737
8049
POLYPROPYLENE { 1/2 Cir RB DOUBLE needle 16 mm length 90 cm
One
56.88
SURGICAL ITEMS
738
8050
POLYPROPYLENE { 3/8 Cir CUUTTING needle length 25 cm LENGTH 45 CM
One
98.32
SURGICAL ITEMS
739
8052
POLYPROPYLENE { 1/2 Cir REVERCE CUTTING needle 45 mm length 100 cm
One
54.01
SURGICAL ITEMS
740
8053
POLYPROPYLENE { 3/8 Cir RB 8 mm DOUBLE needle SUTURE length 70 cm
One
355.71
SURGICAL ITEMS
741
8055
POLYPROPYLENE { 1/2 Cir CC 13 mm needle, SUTURE LENGH OF 70 cm DOUBLE ARM.
One
180.17
SURGICAL ITEMS
742
8056
POLYPROPYLENE { 1/2 CirCLE TAPERCUT 17 mm needle, SUTURE LENGH OF 90 cm DOUBLE ARM.
One
56.88
SURGICAL ITEMS
743
8057
POLYPROPYLENE { 1/2 Cir RB 25 mm needle SUTURE length 75 cm DOUBLE ARM.
One
157.15
SURGICAL ITEMS
744
8059
POLYBUTYLATE / SILICON COATED POLYSTER BRAIDED white { 1/2 cir Tapercut ,17 mm double needle length 90 cm }
One
188.48
SURGICAL ITEMS
745
8060
POLYBUTYLATE / SILICON COATED POLYSTER BRAIDED green/ blue { 1/2 cir Tapercut ,17 mm double needle length 90 cm }
One
188.48
SURGICAL ITEMS
746
8061
POLYBUTYLATE / SILICON COATED POLYSTER BRAIDED GREEN / BLUE { 1/2 cir Tapercut ,17 mm double needle length 90 cm } double arm with PTFE pledgets size 6 mm x 3mm x 1.5 mm
One
216.29
SURGICAL ITEMS
747
8062
POLYBUTYLATE / SILICON COATED POLYSTER BRAIDED GREEN / BLUE { 1/2 cir Tapercut ,25 mm double needle length 90 cm } double arm with PTFE pledgets size 6 mm x 3mm x 1.5 mm
One
216.29
SURGICAL ITEMS
748
8063
COTED POLYSTER BRAIDED { GREEN / BLUE } SIZE 3/0 1/2 cir Tapercut ,25 mm double needle length 90 cm
One
138.28
SURGICAL ITEMS
749
8064
Polyglecaprone/ 1/2 circle oval RB neele 26 mm , needle , suture length of 70 cm. }
One
184.47
SURGICAL ITEMS
750
8065
Polyglecaprone /Polyglyconate (l/2 Circle Oval RB Contrast Needle 26mm, suture length 70cm)
One
164.15
SURGICAL ITEMS
751
8067
Polyglecaprone /Polyglyconate (3/8 Circle Cutting 25mm Needle, Suture Length of 70cm)
One
95.87
SURGICAL ITEMS
752
8078
(a) Skin Grafting Knife Blade (Sterile) made of carbon steel or stainless steel material 158 mm long individually wrapped in wrapper corrosion inhibitor paper in single packet, in packs of 10. The edge must be sharp enough to cut the skin in a single shave and should snugly fit in the handle
One
105.16
SURGICAL ITEMS
753
8080
FACE MASK , DISPOSABLE ,Should be manufactured from non woven poly prop fabric ,Should be 3 ply construction ,Should have high Bacterial filtration efficiency ,Should be heat sealed to keep 3 layers together ,Standard Size 17.5 x 9 cm ,Colour Green / Blue ,There should be a string each at all four cor ners, length of string should be 40 cm
One
1.99
SURGICAL ITEMS
754
8081
URINE COLLECTING BAG FOR NEW BORN / PAEDIATRIC URINE COLLECTING BAG Should have suitability for both male and female patients ,Capacity 100 ml ,Sterile
One
9.75
SURGICAL ITEMS
755
8082
UMBILICAL CATHETER { FOR NEW BORN } ALL SIZE ,With female flexible mount ,Open tip should be soft, rounded, atraumatic ,Length 40 cm
One
8.85
SURGICAL ITEMS
756
8083
a–Sanitary Napkin, Beltless 1. Covering – Covering of the absorbent filler shall be good quality knitted sleeve or non-woven fabric which has sufficient porosity to permit the assembled napkin to meet the absorbency requirements. The napkins shall have a non absorbent barrier on one side which shall have an identifying mark indicating the side of the barrier. 2. Absorbent Filler – The filler material shall consist of cellulose pulp/ wadding, and shall be free from lumps, oil spots, dirt or foreign material, etc. 3. Back Strip – A back strip for sticking the sanitary napkin onto the underwear should be there using good quality adhesive material. 4. Size – The size of absorbent section / complete sanitary napkin shall be as follows: ( in mm) Absorbent section Total Pad Length 210 +_ 10 230 +_ 10 Width 60 to 75 70 to 85 Thickness 8 +_ 2 5. Weight : Not more than 10 gm
Pack
21.91
SURGICAL ITEMS
757
8084
b–Sanitary Napkin, Belt-type 1. Covering – Covering of the absorbent filler shall be good quality knitted sleeve or non-woven fabric which has sufficient porosity to permit the assembled napkin to meet the absorbency requirements. The napkins shall have a non absorbent barrier on one side which shall have an identifying mark indicating the side of the barrier. 2. Absorbent Filler – The filler material shall consist of cellulose pulp/ wadding, and shall be free from lumps, oil spots, dirt or foreign material, etc. 3. Size – The size of absorbent section / complete sanitary napkin shall be as follows: ( in mm) Absorbent section Pad Length 220 +_ 10 Width 70 +_ 5 Thickness 17 +_ 3 4. Weight : 12 +_ 3 gm 5. Pack – Six napkins in a pack. 6. Elastic Belt with loops shall be provided in each pack. 7. Absorbency: The napkin should be able to absorb not less than 30 ml of normal saline or coloured water or test fluid when poured on to the centre of the napkin at the rate of 15 ml per minute.
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Medical statutes at a glance

Law Related to Governing the Commissioning of Hospital

S. no

Name of Act / Rule Year
1. Society registration Act 1960
2. Companies Act 1956
3. Municipality to Local Authority
4. Delhi Fire Service Act, 2007
5. Delhi Fire Prevention and Fire Safety Act, 1986
6. Fire safety rules 1987
7. Electricity rules 1956
8. Delhi lift Act 1942
9. Bombay Lifts Act, 1939
10. Delhi nursing home registration Act 1953
11. Bombay Nursing Homes Registration (Amendment) Act, 2005
12. Bombay Nursing Homes Registration (Extension and Amendment) Act, 1959
13. Bombay Nursing Homes Registration Act, 1949
14. Radiation protection certificate for radiology dept from BARC
15. Atomic energy regulatory body approval for radiology / nuclear medicine services under the atomic energy Act 1962
16. Atomic energy ( safe disposal of radioactive waste) rules

1987

17. Indian telegraph Act

1885

18. Clinical Establishments Bill

2010

19. BUILDING AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION WORKERS (REGULATION OF EMPLOYMENT AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE) ACT.

1908

20. The Registration Act.

1908

21. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL TERRITORY OF DELHI LAWS (SPECIAL PROVISIONS) SECOND BILL

2007

22. Government Buildings Act

1899

23. Karnataka Medical Registration (Amendment) Act

2003

24. Red Cross Society (Allocation of Property) Act

1936

25. St. John Ambulance Association (India) Transfer of Funds Act,

1956

Laws Governing the Qualifications / Practice and Conduct of Professionals

S. no Name of Act / Rule Year

1.

Indian medical council Act

1956

2.

Indian medical council (professional conduct, etiquette and ethics) regulations,

2002

3.

Indian medical degrees Act

4.

Registration of medical practitioners with state medical councils

5.

Indian nursing council Act

1947

6.

Delhi nursing council Act

1997

7.

The ICN Code of ethics for nurses

8.

The Dentists Act

1948

9.

The Dentists ( code of ethics regulation)

1976

10.

Dental council of India regulations

2006

11.

AICTE rules of physiotherapy rules

12.

All India council for Technical Education ACT

1987

13.

The Apprenticeship Act

1961

14.

Rehabilitation Council of India Act,

1992

15.

Rehabilitation Council of India (Amendment) Act,

2000

16.

Kerala Anatomy Act

1957

17.

Kerala Co-operative Hospital Complex and the Academy of Medical Sciences (Taking over the Management) Act,

1997

18.

Kerala Professional Colleges or Institutions (Prohibition of Capitation Fee, Regulation of Admission, Fixation of Non-exploitative Fee and Other Measures to Ensure Equity and Excellence in Professional Education) Amendment Act

2007

19.

Karnataka Anatomy Act

1957

Law Governing Storage / Sale of Drugs and Safe Medication

S. no Name of Act / Rule Year

1.

Drugs and cosmetic Act

1940

2.

Drug and cosmetic Act amendment

1982

3.

The drug and cosmetics rules (Amendment 2005)

1945

4.

The drugs control Act

1950

5.

Pharmacy Act

1948

6.

License for possession and use of Rectified / denatured spirit

7.

Narcotics and psychotropic substances Act

1985

8.

Central excise Act ( for permit to use and store sprit )

1944

9.

Retail drug license

10.

VAT Act

11.

 GST Act               2017

12.

Sales of good Act

1930

13.

Adulteration of drugs (IPC Sec 274)

14.

Sales of adulterated drugs ( IPC Sec 275 )

15.

Sales of drug as different drug or preparation ( IPC Sec 276 )

16.

Negligent conduct with regard to poisonous substances (IPC Sec 284)

17.

Blood bank regulations under Drugs and cosmetic ( 2nd amendment ) rules ,

1999

18.

Homoeopathy Central Council (Amendment) Act

2002

19.

Homoeopathy Central Council Act,

1973

Law Governing Biomedical Research

S. no

Name of Act / Rule

Year

1.

Breeding of and Experiments on Animals (Control and Supervision )Amendment Rules

2005

2.

Reconstitution of Committee for the Purpose of Control and Supervision of Experiments on Animals(CPCSEA).

Law Governing to Management of Patients

S. no Name of Act / Rule Year

1.

Drugs and magic remedies ( objectionable ) advertisements Act 1954

1954

2.

Pre- Conception and Pre-natal Daigonistic Test Act

1994

3.

Pre conception and prenatal diagnostic techniques ( prohibition of sex selection ) Rules,

1996

4.

MTP Act

1997

5.

MTP Rules

1971

6.

Transplantation of human organ Act

1994

7.

Transplantation of human organ Rule

1995

8.

Rules for insurance cover for the sterilization cases

9.

Laws of contract section 13 (Consent

10.

Birth and death and marriage registration act

1886

11.

Delhi registration of birth and deaths act

1969

12.

Indian lunacy Act

1912

13.

The epidemic disease Act

1897

14.

Delhi Municipal corporation ( Malaria and other mosquito Borne disease ) Bye Law

1975

15.

Lepers act

1975

16.

Guardians and wards Act

1890

17.

 National guidelines for clinical management of HIV / AIDS , NACO, Govt Of India.

18.

Manual for control of hospital associated infections : SOPs, NACO , Govt of India

19.

The Mental Health Act

1987

20.

Ear Drums and Ear Bones (Authority for Use for Therapeutic Purposes) Act

1982

21.

Eyes (Authority for Use for Therapeutic Purposes) Act

1982

Law Governing Medico-Legal Aspects

S. no

Name of Act / Rule

Year

1.

Law of privileged communications

2.

Indian Evidence act (disclosure of privileged / confidential patient related information before a court of law – under protest)

3.

Law of torts

4.

Consumer protection Act

1986

5.

Protection of human rights Act

6.

IPC section 52

7.

IPC section 80

8.

IPC section 89

9.

IPC section 92

10.

IPC section 93

11.

IPC section 269

Law Governing The Safety of Patients, Public and Staff Within the Hospital Premises and Environmental Protection

S. no

Name of Act / Rule

Year/Amendment

1.

Biomedical medical waste management handling rules

1998/2000

2.

Water ( prevention and control of pollution) Act

1974

3.

The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess (Amendment) Act,

2003

4.

The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act

1974/1988

5.

The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Rules

1978

6.

The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Rules

1975

7.

The Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) (Amendment) Rules

2010

8.

The Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control)(Amendment) Rules

2006

9.

The Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) (AmendmentRules

2006

10.

The Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) (Amendment) Rules

2002

11.

The Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) (Amendment) Rules

2000

12.

Business) Rules

1975/1976

13.

Rules regarding the safe discharge of effluents in the public sewers / drains

14.

DMC sanitation and public health Bye laws

1959

15.

Air ( prevention and control of pollution ) act

1981/1987

16.

The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) (Union Territories) Rules,

1983

17.

The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Rules

1982

18.

Environment protection Act

1986

19.

Environment protection Rule

1986

20.

Environment protection Act

1996

21.

Noise pollution control Rules

2000

22.

IPC sec 269 ( negligent act likely to spread infection or disease dangerous to life , unlawfully or negligently

23.

IPC sec 278 ( making atmosphere noxious to health

Law Governing The Safety of Patients, Public and Staff within the Hospital Premises

S. no

Name of Act / Rule

Year

1.

Indian Boilers Act

1923

2.

Explosive Act 1884 (for diesel storage)

1884

3.

Petroleum Act + storage Rules

2002

4.

Gas cylinder Rules

2004

5.

Rules for provision of safe drinking water

6.

Rules for provision of uninterrupted power supply

7.

Prevention of food adulteration Act

1954

8.

The radiation surveillance procedures for the medical application of radiation

1989

9.

Radiation protection Rules

1971

10.

AERB safety code no . AERB/SC/Med -2 ( REV -1)

2001

11.

Insecticide Act

1968

12.

Arms Act,

1950

13.

IPC Sec 336 ( act endangering life and personal safety of others)

14.

IPC Sec 337 (causing hurt by act endangering life and personal safety of others)

15.

.IPC Sec 338 ( causing grievous hurt by act endangering the life and personal safety of others

16.

The Indian fatal accidents Act

1955

17.

The cigarettes and other Tobacco products ( prohibition of advertisement and Regulation of trade and commerce , production , supply and distribution ) bill

2003

18.

Prohibition of smoking in public places Rules

2008

19.

 

20.

The Tamilnadu Medicare service persons and Medicare service institutions( prevention of violence and damage or loss to property ) Act

2008

21.

 

22.

Vaccination Act

1880

23.

Vaccination (Repeal) Act

2001

24.

Disaster Management Act

2005

25.

Protection of Human Rights Act

1993

Laws Governing the Employment of Manpower

S. no

Name of Act / Rule

Year

1.

Child Labour Act

2.

Citizenship Act

1955

3.

Employees provident fund and misc provision Act

1952

4.

ESI Act

1948

5.

ESI ( central ) Rules

1950

6.

Employment exchange ( compulsory notification of vacancies ) act

1959

7.

Equal remuneration Act

1976

8.

Minimum Wages Act

1948

9.

Payment of bonus Act

1965

10.

Payment of Gratuity Act

1972

11.

 

12.

PPF Act

1968

13.

TDS Act

14.

Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Act,

2008

15.

Workmen’s Compensation Act

1923

16.

Workmen’s Compensation (Amendment) Act

2009

17.

Indian Trade Union Act

1926

18.

Industrial Disputes Act

1947

19.

Shops and factories Act (for national holidays)

20.

Negotiable instrument Act

1881

21.

Persons with Disabilities Act

1995

22.

SC and ST Act

1989

23.

Weekly Holidays Act

1942

24.

Official Secrets Act

1923

25.

Persons With Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act

1995

26.

Karnataka Prohibition of Violence against Medicare Service Personnel and Damageto Property in Medicare Service Institutions Act

2009

27.

Information Technology (Amendment) Act

2008

28.

Information Technology Act

2000

Law Governing to Professional Training and Research

S. no Name of Act / Rule Year

1.

MCI rules for internship training

2.

National board of examinations Rules for DNB training

3.

Nursing Council of India Rules for staring school / college of nursing

4.

.ICMR rules governing Medical Research

Regulations Governing The Business Aspects of Hospital

Sr no

Name of Act / Rule

Year/Amendment

1.

Charitable and religious trust Act

1920

2.

Contract Act

1982

3.

Income Tax ACT

1961

4.

Customs Act

1962

5.

Foreign Exchange Management Act

1999

6.

Insurance Act

1938

7.

Rules for display of Red Cross Insignia

8.

Sales of good Act

1930

9.

Vehicle registration certificate

10.

Wireless operation certificate from post and telegraphs

11.

Cable television network ACT

1995

12.

Gift Tax Act

1958

13.

Copyright Act

1982

14.

The Public Liability Insurance Act

1991/1992

15.

The Public Liability Insurance Rules

1991/1993

 

Medical Law & Ethics

Medical

Medical Practitioner`S Guide

Clinical Establishment Laws-

Drugs & Pharmaceutical Laws

Clinical Equipment Law-

Medical Education  Laws –

Hand Book For Medical Stores & Sales-

Prohibited Medical Practice-

Mental Health Care

National Health Policy 2017

National Health Portal–   

Clinic & Private Practice

Medical Negligence

Medical Practice and Law

Medical Ethics-

Postmortem of Dead Bodies-

Hospital Administration-

Open a new Hospital-

Open a new Medical College 

Devider

Pharmacy Council

 Ref : THE PHARMACY ACT, 1948

THE PHARMACY COUNCIL OF INDIA
3. Constitution and composition of Central Council.—The Central Government shall, as soon as may be, constitute a Central Council consisting of the following members, namely:—
(a) six members, among whom there shall be at least one teacher of each of the subjects,
pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacy, pharmacology and pharmacognosy elected by the
University Grants Commission from among persons on the teaching staff of an Indian University or a College affiliated thereto which grants a degree or diploma in pharmacy;
(b) six members, of whom at least four shall be person possessing a degree or diploma in, and practising pharmacy or pharmaceutical chemistry, nominated by the Central Government;
(c) one member elected from amongst themselves by the members of the Medical Council of India;
(d) the Director General, Health Services, ex officio or if he is unable to attend any meeting, a person authorised by him in writing to do so;
(dd) the Drugs Controller, India, ex officio or if he is unable to attend any meeting, a person authorised by him in writing to do so;]
(e) the Director of the Central Drugs Laboratory, ex officio;
(f) a representative of the University Grants Commission and a representative of the All India Council for Technical Education;

(g) one member to represent each  State elected from amongst themselves by the members of each State Council, who shall be a registered pharmacist;
(h) one member to represent each State nominated by
the State Government, who shall be  a registered pharmacist:

Provided that for five years from the date on which the Pharmacy (Amendment) Act, 1976 (70 of 1976), comes into force the Government of each Union territory shall, instead of electing a member under clause (g), nominate one member, being a person eligible for registration under section 31, to represent that territory.

  • The Council constituted under section 3 shall be a body corporate by the name of the Pharmacy Council of India, having perpetual succession and a common seal,
    with power to acquire and hold property both movable and immovable, and shall by the said name sue and be sued.
  • S 19. Constitution and composition of State Councils in every state.

Register of Pharmacists

15A. The Central Register.—(1) The Central Council shall cause to be maintained in the
prescribed manner a register of pharmacists to be known as the Central Register, which shall contain the names of all persons for the time being entered in the register for a State.
(2) Each State Council shall supply to the Central Council five copies of the register for the State as soon as may be after the first day of April of each year, and the Registrar of each State Council, shall inform the Central Council, without delay, all additions to, and other amendments in, the register for the State made from time to time.
(3) It shall be the duty of the Registrar of the Central Council to keep the Central Register in accordance with the orders made by the Central Council, and from time to time to revise the Central Register and publish it in the Gazette of India.
(4) The Central Register shall be deemed to be public document within the meaning of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 (1 of 1872) and may be proved by the production of a copy of the Register as published in the Gazette of India

  • 38. Bar of other jurisdiction.—No order refusing to enter a name on the register or removing a name from the register shall be called in question in any Court.

Indian Nurses Register

Ref: THE INDIAN NURSING COUNCIL ACT, 1947

Tag

 S 15A. Indian Nurses Register.––(1) The Council( Nursing Council u/s 3) shall cause to be maintained in the prescribed manner a register of nurses, midwives, auxiliary nurse-midwives and health visitors to be known as the Indian Nurses Register, which shall contain the names of all persons who are for the time being enrolled on any State register.
(2) It shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Council to keep the Indian Nurses Register in accordance with the provisions of this Act, and from time to time, to revise the register and publish it in the Gazette of India and in, such other manner as may be prescribed.
(3) Such register shall be deemed to be a public document within the meaning of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 (1 of 1872) and may be proved by a copy published in the Gazette of India.


Indian Nursing Council

Nursing Programs Training Duration Examination Registration
Auxiliary Nurse & Midwife 2 years Nursing Examination Board R.ANM
General Nursing & Midwifery 3 and 1/2 years Nursing Examination Board R.N & R.M
B. Sc (Basic) 4 years University R.N & R.M
B.Sc (Post Basic) Regular: 2 yrs
Distance: 3 yrs
University Additional Qualification
M. Sc. 2 years University Additional Qualification
M. Phil 1 year (Full time)
2 years (part time)
University Additional Qualification
Ph D 3-5 years University Additional Qualification