National List of Essential Medicines 2015

Table of Contents

National List of Essential Medicines 2015

Section 1–Anesthetic agents

Section 2–Analgesics, antipyretics, non steroidal anti inflammatory medicines, medicines used to treat gout and disease-modifying agents used in rheumatoid disorders

Section 3–Antiallergics and medicines used in anaphylaxis

Section 4–Antidotes and other substances used in poisoning

Section 5–Anticonvulsants/ Antiepileptics

Section 6–Anti infective medicines

Section 7–Antimigraine medicines

Section 8 –Antineoplastic/ immunosuppressives and medicines used in palliative care

Section 9–Antiparkinsonism medicines

Section 10–Medicines affecting blood

Section 11–Blood products and Plasma substitutes

Section 12–Cardiovascular medicines

Section 13–Medicines used in dementia

Section 14–Dermatological medicines (Topical)

Section 15 –Diagnostic agents

Section 16–Dialysis solutions

Section 17–Disinfectants and antiseptics

Section 18–Diuretics

Section 19–Ear, nose and throat medicines

Section 20–Gastrointestinal medicines

Section 21–Hormones, other endocrine medicines and contraceptives

Section 22–Immunologicals

Section 23–Muscle relaxants and cholinesterase inhibitors

Section 24–Medicines for neonatal care

Section 25–Ophthalmological Medicines

Section 26–Oxytocics and Antioxytocics

Section 27–Psychotherapeutic medicines

Section 28–Medicines acting on the respiratory tract

Section 29–Solutions correcting water, electrolyte disturbances and acid-base disturbances

Section 30–Vitamins and minerals

Alphabetical list of medicines in NLEM 2015

Medicines Added to NLEM 2011

Alphabetical List of Medicines Added to NLEM 2011

Medicines Deleted from NLEM 2011

Alphabetical List of Medicines Deleted from NLEM 2011

INDEX


National List of Essential Medicines 2015

Section 1–Anesthetic agents

1.1–General Anesthetics and oxygen

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
1.1.1 Halothane S,T Inhalation
1.1.2 Isoflurane S,T Inhalation
1.1.3 Ketamine P,S,T Injection 10 mg/ml
Injection 50 mg/ml
1.1.4 Nitrous oxide P,S,T Inhalation
1.1.5 Oxygen P,S,T Inhalation (Medicinal gas)
1.1.6 Propofol P,S,T Injection 10 mg/ml
1.1.7 Sevoflurane T Inhalation
1.1.8 Thiopentone P,S,T Powder for Injection 0.5 g
Powder for Injection 1 g

1.2–Local anesthetics

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Injection 0.25%
1.2.1 Bupivacaine S,T Injection 0.5%
Injection 0.5% with 7.5% glucose
Topical forms 2-5%
1.2.2 Lignocaine P,S,T Injection 1%
Injection 2%
Injection 5% with 7.5% Glucose
Injection 1% (A) + 1:200000 (5
1.2.3 Lignocaine (A) + P,S,T mcg/ml) (B)
Adrenaline (B) Injection 2% (A) + 1:200000 (5
mcg/ml) (B)
1.2.4 Prilocaine (A) + T Cream 2.5% (A) + 2.5% (B)
Lignocaine (B)
1.3–Preoperative medication and sedation for short term procedures
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
1.3.1 Atropine P,S,T Injection 0.6 mg/ml
1.3.2 Glycopyrrolate S,T Injection 0.2 mg/ml
.3.3 Midazolam P,S,T Oral liquid 2 mg/ml
Injection 1 mg/ml
Injection 5 mg/ml
1.3.4 Morphine P,S,T Injection 10 mg/ml
Injection 15 mg/ml

Section 2–Analgesics, antipyretics, non steroidal anti inflammatory medicines, medicines used to treat gout and disease modifying agents used in rheumatoid disorders

2.1– Non-opioid analgesics, antipyretics and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medicines

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Acetylsalicylic Tablet 300 mg to 500 mg
2.1.1 P,S,T Effervescent/ Dispersible/ Enteric
acid
coated Tablet 300 mg to 500 mg
2.1.2 Diclofenac P,S,T Tablet 50 mg
Injection 25 mg/ml
Tablet 200 mg
2.1.3 Ibuprofen P,S,T Tablet 400 mg
Oral liquid 100 mg/5 ml
Capsule 250 mg
2.1.4 Mefenamic acid P,S,T Capsule 500 mg
Oral liquid 100 mg/5 ml

.3.3 Midazolam P,S,T Oral liquid 2 mg/ml
Injection 1 mg/ml
Injection 5 mg/ml
1.3.4 Morphine P,S,T Injection 10 mg/ml
Injection 15 mg/ml

Section 2–Analgesics, antipyretics, non steroidal anti inflammatory medicines, medicines used to treat gout and disease modifying agents used in rheumatoid disorders

2.1– Non-opioid analgesics, antipyretics and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medicines

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Acetylsalicylic Tablet 300 mg to 500 mg
2.1.1 P,S,T Effervescent/ Dispersible/ Enteric
acid
coated Tablet 300 mg to 500 mg
2.1.2 Diclofenac P,S,T Tablet 50 mg
Injection 25 mg/ml
Tablet 200 mg
2.1.3 Ibuprofen P,S,T Tablet 400 mg
Oral liquid 100 mg/5 ml
Capsule 250 mg
2.1.4 Mefenamic acid P,S,T Capsule 500 mg
Oral liquid 100 mg/5 ml

Tablet 500 mg
Tablet 650 mg
All licenced oral liquid dosage
2.1.5 Paracetamol P,S,T forms and strengths
Injection 150 mg/ml
Suppository 80 mg
Suppository 170 mg
2.2–Opioid analgesics
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
2.2.1 Fentanyl S,T Injection 50 mcg/ml
Tablet 10 mg
2.2.2 Morphine P,S,T Injection 10 mg/ml
Injection 15 mg/ml
Capsule 50 mg
2.2.3 Tramadol S,T Capsule 100 mg
Injection 50 mg/ml
2.3–Medicines used to treat gout
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
2.3.1 Allopurinol P,S,T Tablet 100 mg
Tablet 300 mg
2.3.2 Colchicine P,S,T Tablet 0.5 mg

 

2.4–Disease modifying agents used in rheumatoid disorders

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
2.4.1 Azathioprine S, T Tablet 50 mg
2.4.2 Hydroxychloroqui S,T Tablet 200 mg
ne Tablet 400 mg
2.4.3 Leflunomide S,T Tablet 10 mg
Tablet 20 mg
Tablet 5 mg
2.4.4 Methotrexate S,T Tablet 7.5 mg
Tablet 10 mg
Injection 25 mg/ ml
2.4.5 Sulfasalazine S, T Tablet 500 mg

Section 3–Antiallergics and medicines used in anaphylaxis

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
3.1 Adrenaline P,S,T Injection 1 mg/ml
3.2 Cetirizine P,S,T Tablet 10 mg
Oral liquid 5 mg/5 ml
3.3 Chlorpheniramine P,S,T Tablet 4 mg
Oral liquid 2 mg/5 ml
3.4 Dexamethasone P,S,T Tablet 0.5 mg
Injection 4 mg/ml
3.5 Hydrocortisone P,S,T Powder for Injection 100 mg
3.6 Pheniramine P,S,T Injection 22.75 mg/ml
Tablet 5 mg
Tablet 10 mg
3.7 Prednisolone P,S,T Tablet 20 mg
Oral liquid 5 mg/5 ml
Oral liquid 15 mg/5 ml
Section 4–Antidotes and other substances used in poisoning
4.1–Nonspecific
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
4.1.1 Activated charcoal P,S,T Powder (as licensed)
4.2–Specific
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
4.2.1 Atropine P,S,T Injection 1 mg/ml
4.2.2 Calcium gluconate P,S,T Injection 100 mg/ml
4.2.3 Desferrioxamine S,T Powder for Injection 500 mg
4.2.4 Dimercaprol S,T Injection 50 mg/ml
Methylthioninium
4.2.5 chloride S,T Injection 10 mg/ml
(Methylene blue)
4.2.6 N-acetylcysteine P,S,T Sachet 200 mg
Injection 200 mg/ml
4.2.7 Naloxone P,S,T Injection 0.4 mg/ml
4.2.8 Neostigmine P,S,T Injection 0.5 mg/ml
4.2.9 Penicillamine S,T Capsule 250 mg
4.2.10 Pralidoxime P,S,T Injection 25 mg/ml
chloride (2-PAM)
Snake venom
antiserum
4.2.11 a) Soluble/ liquid P,S,T a) Injection
polyvalent
b) Lyophilized b) Powder for Injection
polyvalent
4.2.12 Sodium nitrite S,T Injection 30 mg/ml
4.2.13 Sodium S,T Injection 100 mg/ml

Section 5–Anticonvulsants/ Antiepileptics

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Tablet 100 mg
Tablet 200 mg
CR Tablet 200 mg
5.1 Carbamazepine P,S,T Tablet 400 mg
CR Tablet 400 mg
Oral liquid 100 mg/5 ml
Oral liquid 200 mg/5 ml
5.2 Clobazam S,T Tablet 5 mg
Tablet 10 mg
Oral liquid 2 mg/5 ml
5.3 Diazepam P,S,T Injection 5 mg/ml
Suppository 5 mg
Tablet 250 mg
Tablet 500 mg
5.4 Levetiracetam S,T Tablet 750 mg
ER Tablet 750 mg
Oral liquid 100 mg/ml
Injection 100 mg/ml
Tablet 1 mg
5.5 Lorazepam P,S,T Tablet 2 mg
Injection 2 mg/ml
5.6 Magnesium S,T Injection 500 mg/ml
5.7 Phenobarbitone P,S,T Tablet 30 mgTablet 60 mgOral
liquid 20 mg/5 ml
S,T Injection 200 mg/ml
Tablet 50 mg
Tablet 100 mg
Tablet 300 mg
5.8 Phenytoin P,S,T ER Tablet 300 mg
Oral liquid 30 mg/5 ml
Oral liquid 125 mg/5 ml
Injection 25 mg/ml
Injection 50 mg/ml
Tablet 200 mg
Tablet 300 mg
5.9 Sodium valproate P,S,T CR Tablet 300 mg
Tablet 500 mg
CR Tablet 500 mg
Oral liquid 200 mg/5ml
T Injection 100 mg/ml
Section 6–Anti infective medicines
6.1–Anthelminthics
6.1.1–Intestinal anthelminthics
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
6.1.1.1 Albendazole P,S,T Tablet 400 mg
Oral liquid 200 mg/5 ml
6.1.1.2 Mebendazole P,S,T Tablet 100 mg
Oral liquid 100 mg/5 ml
6.1.2–Antifilarial
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Diethylcarbamazin Tablet 50 mg
6.1.2.1 P,S,T Tablet 100 mg
e
Oral liquid 120 mg/5 ml
6.1.3–Anti-schistosomal & anti-trematodal medicine
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
6.1.3.1 Praziquantel S,T Tablet 600 mg
6.2–Antibacterials
6.2.1–Beta lactam medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Capsule 250 mg
6.2.1.1 Amoxicillin P,S,T Capsule 500 mg
Oral liquid 250 mg/5 ml
Tablet 500 mg (A) + 125 mg (B)
Amoxicillin (A) + Oral liquid 200 mg (A) + 28.5 mg
6.2.1.2 P,S,T (B)/5 ml
Clavulanic acid (B)
Dry Syrup 125 mg (A) + 31.25
(B)/5 ml
Powder for Injection 500 mg (A) +
S,T 100 mg (B)
Powder for Injection 1 g (A) + 200
mg (B)
6.2.1.3 Ampicillin P,S,T Powder for Injection 500 mg
Powder for Injection 1 g
6.2.1.4 Benzathine P,S,T Powder for Injection 6 lac units
benzylpenicillin Powder for Injection 12 lac units
6.2.1.5 Benzyl penicillin P,S,T Powder for Injection 10 lac units
Tablet 500 mg
6.2.1.6 Cefadroxil P,S,T Tablet 1 g
Oral liquid 125 mg/5 ml
6.2.1.7 Cefazolin P,S,T Powder for Injection 500 mg
Powder for Injection 1 g

 

Tablet 200 mg
6.2.1.8 Cefixime S,T Tablet 400 mg
Oral liquid 50 mg/5 ml
Oral liquid 100 mg/5 ml
Powder for Injection 250 mg
6.2.1.9 Cefotaxime S,T Powder for Injection 500 mg
Powder for Injection 1 g
6.2.1.1 Ceftazidime S,T Powder for Injection 250 mg
0 Powder for Injection 1 g
Powder for Injection 250 mg
6.2.1.1 Ceftriaxone S,T Powder for Injection 500 mg
1 Powder for Injection 1 g
Powder for Injection 2 g
Capsule 250 mg
6.2.1.1 Cloxacillin P,S,T Capsule 500 mg
2 Oral Liquid 125 mg/5 ml
Powder for Injection 250 mg
Powder for Injection 1 g (A) + 125
mg (B)
6.2.1.1 Piperacillin (A) + T Powder for Injection 2 g (A) + 250
3 Tazobactam (B) mg (B)
Powder for Injection 4 g (A) + 500
mg (B)

 

6.2.2–Other antibacterials
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Tablet 250 mg
6.2.2.1 Azithromycin P,S,T Tablet 500 mg
Oral liquid 200 mg/5ml
Powder for Injection 500 mg
Tablet 250 mg
6.2.2.2 Ciprofloxacin P,S,T Tablet 500 mg
Oral liquid 250 mg/5ml
Injection 200 mg/100 ml
Tablet 250 mg
6.2.2.3 Clarithromycin S,T Tablet 500 mg
Oral liquid 125mg/5 ml
Co-trimoxazole Tablet 400 mg (A) + 80 mg (B)
6.2.2.4 [Sulphamethoxazol P,S,T Tablet 800 mg (A) + 160 mg (B)
e (A) + Oral liquid 200 mg (A) + 40 mg
Trimethoprim (B)] (B)/5 ml
6.2.2.5 Doxycycline P,S,T Capsule 100 mg
Dry Syrup 50mg/5 ml
6.2.2.6 Gentamicin P,S,T Injection 10 mg/ml
Injection 40 mg/ml
Tablet 200 mg
6.2.2.7 Metronidazole P,S,T Tablet 400 mg
Oral liquid 200 mg/5 ml
Injection 500 mg/100 ml
6.2.2.8 Nitrofurantoin P,S,T Tablet 100 mg
Oral liquid 25 mg/5 ml

 

Powder for Injection 250 mg
6.2.2.9 Vancomycin T Powder for Injection 500 mg
Powder for Injection 1 g
6.2.3–Antileprosy medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
6.2.3.1 Clofazimine P,S,T Capsule 50 mg
Capsule 100 mg
Tablet 25 mg
6.2.3.2 Dapsone P,S,T Tablet 50 mg
Tablet 100 mg
6.2.3.3 Rifampicin P,S,T Capsule 150 mg
Capsule 300 mg
6.2.4–Antituberculosis medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
6.2.4.1 Capreomycin P,S,T Powder for Injection 1 g
6.2.4.2 Cycloserine P,S,T Capsule 125 mg
Capsule 250 mg
Tablet 200 mg
6.2.4.3 Ethambutol P,S,T Tablet 400 mg
Tablet 600 mg
Tablet 800 mg
6.2.4.4 Ethionamide P,S,T Tablet 125 mg
Tablet 250 mg

 

Tablet 50 mg
6.2.4.5 Isoniazid P,S,T Tablet 100 mg
Tablet 300 mg
Oral liquid 100 mg/5 ml
Powder for Injection 500 mg
6.2.4.6 Kanamycin P,S,T Powder for Injection 750 mg
Powder for Injection 1 g
Tablet 250 mg
6.2.4.7 Levofloxacin P,S,T Tablet 500 mg
Tablet 750 mg
6.2.4.8 Linezolid P,S,T Tablet 600 mg
6.2.4.9 Moxifloxacin P,S,T Tablet 200 mg
Tablet 400 mg
6.2.4.1 Para- P,S,T Tablet 500 mg
0 aminosalicylic acid Granules (As licensed)
Tablet 500 mg
6.2.4.1 Tablet 750 mg
Pyrazinamide P,S,T Tablet 1000 mg
1
Tablet 1500 mg
Oral liquid 250 mg/5 ml
6.2.4.1 Rifabutin S,T Capsule 150 mg
2
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Capsule 150 mg
6.2.4.1 Capsule 300 mg
Rifampicin P,S,T Capsule 450 mg
3
Capsule 600 mg
Oral liquid 100 mg/5 ml
6.2.4.1 Streptomycin P,S,T Powder for Injection 750 mg
4 Powder for Injection 1 g
6.3–Antifungal medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Amphotericin B
a) Amphotericin B
6.3.1 (conventional) S,T Powder for Injection 50 mg
b) Lipid/
Liposomal
Amphotericin B
6.3.2 Clotrimazole P,S,T Pessary 100 mg
Tablet 100 mgTablet 150 mgTablet
6.3.3 Fluconazole P,S,T 200 mgTablet 400 mgOral liquid 50
mg/5 ml
S,T Injection 200 mg /100 ml
Tablet 125 mg
6.3.4 Griseofulvin P,S,T Tablet 250 mg
Tablet 375 mg
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Tablet 500,000 IU
6.3.5 Nystatin P,S,T Pessary 100,000 IU
Oral Liquid 100, 000 IU/ml
6.4–Antiviral medicines
6.4.1–Antiherpes medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Tablet 200 mg
Tablet 400 mg
6.4.1.1 Acyclovir P,S,T Powder for Injection 250 mg
Powder for Injection 500 mg
Oral liquid 400 mg/5 ml
6.4.2–Anti Cytomegalovirus (CMV) medicines
6.4.2.1 Ganciclovir S,T Capsule 250 mg
Powder for Injection 500 mg

6.4.3–Antiretroviral medicines

6.4.3.1–Nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
6.4.3.1 Abacavir S,T Tablet 60 mg
.1 Tablet 300 mg

 

 

6.4.3.1 Abacavir (A) + S,T Tablet 60 mg (A) +30 mg (B)
.2 Lamivudine (B) Tablet 600 mg (A)+ 300 mg (B)
Lamivudine (A) + Dispersible Tablet 30 mg (A) + 50
6.4.3.1 mg (B) + 6 mg (C)
Nevirapine (B) + S,T
.3 Tablet 150 mg (A) + 200 mg (B) +
Stavudine (C)
30 mg (C)
6.4.3.1 Lamivudine (A) + S,T Tablet 30 mg (A) + 60 mg (B)
.4 Zidovudine (B) Tablet 150 mg (A) + 300 mg (B)
6.4.3.1 Stavudine (A) + Dispersible Tablet 6 mg (A) + 30
S,T mg (B)
.5 Lamivudine (B)
Tablet 30 mg (A) + 150 mg (B)
6.4.3.1 Tenofovir (A) + S,T Tablet 300 mg (A) +300 mg (B)
.6 Lamivudine (B)
6.4.3.1 Tenofovir (A) + Tablet 300 mg (A) + 300 mg (B) +
Lamivudine (B) + S,T
.7 600 mg (C)
Efavirenz (C)
6.4.3.1 Zidovudine S,T Tablet 300 mg
.8 Oral liquid 50 mg/5 ml
Zidovudine (A) + Tablet 60 mg (A) + 30 mg (B) + 50
6.4.3.1 mg (C)
Lamivudine (B) + S,T
.9 Tablet 300 mg (A) + 150 mg (B) +
Nevirapine (C)
200 mg (C)

 

 

6.4.3.2–Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
6.4.3.2 Tablet 50 mg
Efavirenz S,T Tablet 200 mg
.1
Tablet 600 mg
6.4.3.2 Dispersible Tablet 50 mg
Nevirapine S,T Tablet 200 mg
.2
Oral liquid 50 mg/5 ml
6.4.3.3–Integrase inhibitors
6.4.3.3.1 Raltegravir S,T Tablet 400 mg
6.4.3.4–Protease inhibitors
Level of
Medicine Healthcare  Dosage form and strength
6.4.3.4.1 Atazanavir (A) + S,T Tablet 300 mg (A) + 100 mg (B)
Ritonavir (B)
6.4.3.4.2   Darunavir S,T Tablet 600 mg
Tablet 100 mg (A) + 25 mg (B)
6.4.3.4.3 Lopinavir (A) + S,T Tablet 200 mg (A) + 50 mg (B)
Ritonavir (B) Oral liquid 400 mg (A) + 100 mg
(B)/ 5ml

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6.4.3.4.4 Ritonavir S,T Tablet 100 mg
6.4.4–Medicines for hepatitis B and hepatitis C
6.4.4.1 Entecavir S,T Tablet 0.5 mg
Tablet 1 mg
6.4.4.2 Pegylated S,T Injection 180 mcg
interferon alfa 2a
Pegylated Injection 80 mcg
S,T Injection 100 mcg
interferon alfa 2b
Injection 120 mcg
6.4.4.3 Ribavirin S,T Capsule 200 mg
6.4.4.4 Sofosbuvir S,T Tablet 400 mg
6.4.4.5 Tenofovir S,T Tablet 300 mg

 

Section 6.5–Antiprotozoal Medicines

6.5.1–Antiamoebic and antigiardiasis medicines

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
6.5.1.1 Diloxanide furoate P,S,T Tablet 500 mg
Tablet 200 mg
6.5.1.2 Metronidazole P,S,T Tablet 400 mg
Injection 500 mg/100 ml
Oral liquid 200 mg/5 ml

6.5.2–Antileishmaniasis medicines

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Amphotericin B
a) Amphotericin B
6.5.2.1 (conventional) S,T Powder for Injection 50 mg
b) Lipid/
Liposomal
Amphotericin B
6.5.2.2  Miltefosine P,S,T Capsule 10 mg
Capsule 50 mg\
6.5.2.3  Paromomycin P,S,T Injection 375 mg/ml

 

 

6.5.3–Antimalarial medicines
6.5.3.1–For curative treatment
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Tablet 20 mg (A) + 120 mg (B)
6.5.3.1 Artemether (A) + Tablet 40 mg (A) + 240 mg (B)
P,S,T Tablet 80 mg (A) + 480 mg (B)
.1 Lumefantrine (B)
Oral liquid 80 mg (A) + 480 mg
(B)/5 ml
6.5.3.1 Artesunate P,S,T Powder for Injection 60 mg
.2 Powder for Injection 120 mg
Combi pack (A+B)
1 Tablet 25 mg (A) +  1 Tablet
(250 mg + 12.5 mg) (B)
1 Tablet 50 mg (A) +  1 Tablet
6.5.3.1 Artesunate (A) + (500 mg + 25 mg) (B)
Sulphadoxine – P,S,T 1 Tablet 100 mg (A) + 1 Tablet
.3
Pyrimethamine (B) (750 mg + 37.5 mg) (B)
1 Tablet 150 mg (A) + 2 Tablet
(500 mg + 25 mg) (B)
1 Tablet 200 mg (A) + 2 Tablet
(750 mg + 37.5 mg) (B)
6.5.3.1 Chloroquine P,S,T Tablet 150 mg
.4 Oral liquid 50 mg/5 ml
6.5.3.1 Clindamycin P,S,T Capsule 150 mg
.5 Capsule 300 mg

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6.5.3.1 Tablet 2.5 mg
Primaquine P,S,T Tablet 7.5 mg
.6
Tablet 15 mg
6.5.3.1 Quinine P,S,T Tablet 300 mg
.7 Injection 300 mg/ml
6.5.3.2–For prophylaxis
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Tablet 250 mg
6.5.3.2 *Only for use as chemoprophylaxis
Mefloquine T for long term travellers like military
.1
and travel troops, travelling from
low endemic to high endemic area.
6.5.4–Antipneumocystosis and antitoxoplasmosis medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Co-trimoxazole Tablet 400 mg (A) + 80 mg (B)
6.5.4.1 [Sulphamethoxazol P,S,T Tablet 800 mg (A) + 160 mg (B)
e (A) + Oral liquid 200 mg (A) + 40 mg
Trimethoprim (B)] (B)/5 ml
6.5.4.2  Pentamidine S,T Powder for Injection 200 mg

 

Section 7–Antimigraine medicines

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Acetylsalicylic Tablet 300 mg to 500 mg
7.1.1 P,S,T Effervescent/ Dispersible/ Enteric
acid
coated Tablet 300 mg to 500 mg
7.1.2 Paracetamol P,S,T Tablet 500 mg
Tablet 650 mg
Tablet 25 mg
7.1.3 Sumatriptan P,S,T Tablet 50 mg
Injection 6 mg/ 0.5 ml
7.2–For prophylaxis
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
7.2.1 Flunarizine P,S,T Tablet 5 mg
Tablet 10 mg
Tablet 10 mg
7.2.2 Propranolol P,S,T Tablet 40 mg
Tablet 80 mg

 

Section 8 –Antineoplastic/ immunosuppressives and medicines used in palliative care

8.1–Antineoplastic medicines

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
8.1.1 5-Fluorouracil T Injection 250 mg/5 ml
8.1.2 6-Mercaptopurine T Tablet 50 mg
8.1.3 Actinomycin D T Powder for Injection 0.5 mg
8.1.4 All-trans retinoic T Capsule 10 mg
acid
8.1.5 Arsenic trioxide T Injection 1mg/ml
8.1.6 Bleomycin T Powder for Injection 15 units
8.1.7 Bortezomib T Powder for Injection 2mg
8.1.8 Calcium folinate T Tablet 15 mg
Injection 3 mg/ml
8.1.9 Capecitabine T Tablet 500 mg

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8.1.10 Carboplatin T Injection 10 mg/ml
8.1.11 Chlorambucil T Tablet 2 mg
Tablet 5 mg
8.1.12 Cisplatin T Injection 1mg/ml
Tablet 50 mg
8.1.13 Cyclophosphamide T Tablet 200 mg
Powder for Injection 500 mg
Cytosine Injection 100 mg/ ml
8.1.14 T Powder for Injection 500 mg
arabinoside
Powder for Injection 1000 mg
8.1.15 Dacarbazine T Powder for Injection 500 mg
Powder for Injection 200 mg
8.1.16 Daunorubicin T Injection 5 mg/ml
8.1.17 Docetaxel T Powder for Injection 20 mg
Powder for Injection 80 mg
8.1.18 Doxorubicin T Injection 2 mg/ml
Capsule 50 mg
8.1.19 Etoposide T Capsule 100 mg
Injection 20 mg/ml

 

 

 

8.1.20 Gefitinib T Tablet 250 mg
8.1.21 Gemcitabine T Powder for Injection 200 mg
Powder for Injection 1 g
8.1.22 Ifosfamide T Powder for Injection 1 g
Powder for Injection 2 g
8.1.23 Imatinib T Tablet 100 mg
Tablet 400 mg
8.1.24 L-Asparaginase T Powder for Injection 5000 KU.
Powder for Injection 10000 KU
8.1.25 Melphalan T Tablet 2 mg
Tablet 5 mg
8.1.26 Mesna T Injection 100 mg/ml
Tablet 2.5 mg
8.1.27 Methotrexate T Tablet 5 mg
Tablet 10mg
Injection 50 mg/ml
8.1.28 Oxaliplatin T Injection 5 mg/ml
8.1.29 Paclitaxel T Injection 30 mg/5 ml
Injection 100 mg/16.7 ml
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8.1.30 Procarbazine T Capsule 50 mg
8.1.31 Rituximab T Injection 10 mg/ml
Capsule 20 mg
8.1.32 Temozolomide T Capsule 100 mg
Capsule 250 mg
8.1.33 Thalidomide T Capsule 50 mg
Capsule 100 mg
8.1.34 Trastuzumab T Injection 440 mg/50 ml
8.1.35 Vinblastine T Injection 1 mg/ml
8.1.36 Vincristine T Injection 1 mg/ml
8.2–Hormones and antihormones used in cancer therapy
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
8.2.1 Bicalutamide T Tablet 50 mg

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8.2.2 Letrozole T Tablet 2.5 mg
Tablet 10 mg
Tablet 20 mg
8.2.3 Prednisolone S, T Tablet 40 mg
Oral liquid 5 mg/5 ml
Oral liquid 15 mg/5 ml
Injection 20 mg/2 ml
8.2.4 Tamoxifen T Tablet 10 mg
Tablet 20 mg
8.3–Immunosuppressive medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
8.3.1 Azathioprine T Tablet 50 mg
Capsule10 mg
Capsule 25 mg
8.3.2 Cyclosporine T Capsule 50 mg
Capsule 100 mg
Oral liquid 100 mg/ml
Injection 50 mg/ml
8.3.3 Mycophenolate T Tablet 250 mg
mofetil Tablet 500 mg
Capsule 0.5 mg
8.3.4 Tacrolimus T Capsule 1 mg
Capsule 2 mg
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8.4–Medicines used in palliative care
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
8.4.1 Allopurinol T Tablet 100 mg
8.4.2 Amitriptyline T Tablet 10 mg
Tablet 25 mg
8.4.3 Dexamethasone T Tablet 0.5 mg
Injection 4 mg/ml
Tablet 2 mg
8.4.4 Diazepam T Tablet 5 mg
Injection 5 mg/ml
8.4.5 Filgrastim T Injection 300 mcg
8.4.6 Fluoxetine T Capsule 20 mg
Tablet 1.5 mg
8.4.7 Haloperidol T Tablet 5 mg
Injection 5 mg/ml
8.4.8 Lactulose T Oral liquid 10 g/15 ml
8.4.9 Loperamide T Tablet 2 mg

 

 

Tablet 10 mg
8.4.10 Metoclopramide T Oral liquid 5 mg/5 ml
Injection 5 mg/ml
8.4.11 Midazolam T Injection 1 mg/ml
Tablet 10 mg
8.4.12 Morphine T Tablet 20 mg
SR Tablet 30 mg
Tablet 4 mg
8.4.13 Ondansetron S,T Tablet 8 mg
Oral liquid 2 mg/5 ml
Injection 2 mg/ml
Capsule 50 mg
8.4.14 Tramadol T Capsule 100 mg
Injection 50 mg/ml
8.4.15 Zoledronic acid T Powder for Injection 4 mg

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Section 9–Antiparkinsonism medicines

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Tablet 100 mg (A) + 10 mg (B)
Tablet 100 mg (A) + 25 mg (B)
Levodopa (A) + CR Tablet 100 mg (A) + 25 mg
9.1 P,S,T (B)
Carbidopa (B)
CR Tablet 200 mg (A) + 50 (B)
mg
Tablet 250 mg (A) + 25 mg (B)
9.2 Trihexyphenidyl P,S,T Tablet 2 mg
Section 10–Medicines affecting blood
10.1–Antianaemia medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
10.1.1 Erythropoietin S,T Injection 2000 IU/ml
Injection 10000 IU/ml
Tablet equivalent to 60 mg of
10.1.2 Ferrous salts P,S,T elemental iron
Oral liquid equivalent to 25 mg of
elemental iron/ml
Tablet 45mg elemental iron (A) +
400 mcg (B)
10.1.3 Ferrous salt (A) + P,S,T Tablet 100 mg elemental iron (A)
Folic acid (B) + 500 mcg (B)
Oral liqiud 20 mg elemental iron
(A) + 100 mcg (B)/ml

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10.1.4 Folic acid P,S,T Tablet 5 mg
10.1.5 Hydroxocobalamin P,S,T Injection 1 mg/ml
10.1.6 Hydroxyurea P,S,T Capsule 500 mg
10.1.7 Iron sucrose S,T Injection 20 mg/ml
10.2–Medicines affecting coagulation
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
10.2.1 Enoxaparin T Injection 40 mg/0.4 ml
Injection 60 mg/0.6 ml
10.2.2 Heparin S,T Injection 1000 IU/ml
Injection 5000 IU/ml
10.2.3 Phytomenadione P,S,T Tablet 10mg
(Vitamin K1) Injection 10 mg/ml
10.2.4 Protamine S,T Injection 10 mg/ml

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10.2.5 Tranexamic acid P,S,T Tablet 500 mg
Injection 100 mg/ml
Tablet 1mg
10.2.6 Warfarin S,T Tablet 2 mg
Tablet 3 mg
Tablet 5 mg
Section 11–Blood products and Plasma substitutes

11.1–Blood and Blood components

All forms of the following as approved by licensing authority are considered as included in NLEM. However, considering the process, technology and other relevant aspects, they should be considered differently for purposes such as procurement policy, pricing etc.

11.1.1 Fresh frozen S,T As licensed
plasma
11.1.2 Platelet rich S,T As licensed
plasma
11.1.3 Red blood cells S,T As licensed
11.1.4 Whole blood S,T As licensed

 

 

11.2–Plasma substitutes

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
11.2.1 Dextran-40 S,T Injection 10%

11.3–Plasma fractions for specific use

In case of coagulation factors and other blood products, irrespective of variation in source, all forms of these products as approved by licensing authority are considered as included in NLEM. However, considering the source, process, technology and other relevant aspects, they should be considered differently for purposes such as procurement policy, pricing etc.

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
11.3.1 Coagulation factor S,T Powder for Injection 600 IU
IX
11.3.2 Coagulation factor S,T Powder for Injection 250 IU
VIII Powder for Injection 500 IU
11.3.3 Cryoprecipitate S,T As licensed

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Section 12–Cardiovascular medicines

12.1–Medicines used in angina

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Tablet 75 mg
Effervescent/ Dispersible/ Enteric
coated Tablet 75 mg
Acetylsalicylic Tablet 100 mg
12.1.1 P,S,T Effervescent/ Dispersible/ Enteric
acid
coated Tablet 100 mg
Tablet 150 mg
Effervescent/ Dispersible/ Enteric
coated Tablet 150 mg
12.1.2 Clopidogrel P,S,T Tablet 75 mg
Tablet 30 mg
12.1.3 Diltiazem P,S,T Tablet 60 mg
SR Tablet 90 mg
T Injection 5 mg/ml
12.1.4 Glyceryl trinitrate P,S,T Sublingual tablet 0.5 mg
S,T Injection 5 mg/ml
Tablet 10 mg
12.1.5 Isosorbide-5- P,S,T Tablet 20 mg
mononitrate SR Tablet 30 mg
SR Tablet 60 mg
12.1.6 Isosorbide dinitrate P,S,T Tablet 5 mg
Tablet 10 mg

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Tablet 25 mg
12.1.7 Metoprolol P,S,T Tablet 50 mg
SR Tablet 25 mg
SR Tablet 50 mg
12.2–Antiarrhythmic medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
12.2.1 Adenosine S,T Injection 3 mg/ml
Tablet 100 mg
12.2.2 Amiodarone S,T Tablet 200 mg
Injection 50 mg/ml
12.2.3 Esmolol T Injection 10 mg/ml
12.2.4 Lignocaine S,T Injection 2% (Preservative free for
IV use)
Tablet 40 mg
12.2.5 Verapamil S,T Tablet 80 mg
Injection 2.5 mg/ml
12.3–Antihypertensive medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Tablet 2.5 mg
12.3.1 Amlodipine P,S,T Tablet 5 mg
Tablet 10 mg
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12.3.2 Atenolol P,S,T Tablet 50 mg
Tablet 100 mg
12.3.3 Enalapril P,S,T Tablet 2.5 mg
Tablet 5 mg
12.3.4 Hydrochlorothiazid P,S,T Tablet 12.5 mg
e Tablet 25 mg
12.3.5 Labetalol P,S,T Injection 5 mg/ml
12.3.6 Methyldopa P,S,T Tablet 250 mg
Tablet 500 mg
12.3.7 Ramipril P,S,T Tablet 2.5 mg
Tablet 5 mg
12.3.8 Sodium T Injection 10 mg/ml
nitroprusside
Tablet 20 mg
12.3.9 Telmisartan P,S,T Tablet 40 mg
Tablet 80 mg

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12.4–Medicines used in shock and heart failure

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Tablet 0.25 mg
12.4.1 Digoxin S,T Oral liquid 0.05 mg/ml
Injection 0.25 mg/ml
12.4.2 Dobutamine S,T Injection 50 mg/ml
12.4.3 Dopamine S,T Injection 40 mg/ml
12.4.4 Noradrenaline S,T Injection 2 mg/ml

12.5–Antithrombotic medicine (Cardiovascular/ Cerebrovascular)

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Tablet 75 mg
Effervescent/ Dispersible/ Enteric
coated Tablet 75 mg
Acetylsalicylic Tablet 100 mg
12.5.1 P,S,T Effervescent/ Dispersible/ Enteric
acid
coated Tablet 100 mg
Tablet 150 mg
Effervescent/ Dispersible/ Enteric
coated Tablet 150 mg

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12.5.2 Alteplase T Powder for Injection 20 mg
Powder for Injection 50 mg
12.5.3 Heparin S,T Injection 1000 IU/ml
Injection 5000 IU/ml
12.5.4 Streptokinase S,T Injection 750,000 IU Injection
15,00,000 IU
12.6–Hypolipidemic medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Tablet 10 mg
12.6.1 Atorvastatin P,S,T Tablet 20 mg
Tablet 40 mg
Section 13–Medicines used in dementia
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
13.1 Donepezil S,T Tablet 5 mg
Tablet 10 mg
Section 14–Dermatological medicines (Topical)
14.1–Antifungal medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
14.1.1 Clotrimazole P,S,T Cream 1%

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14.2–Antiinfective medicines

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
14.2.1 Framycetin P,S,T Cream 0.5%
14.2.2 Fusidic acid P,S,T Cream 2%
Methylrosaniliniu
14.2.3 m chloride P,S,T Topial preparation 0.25% to 2%
(Gentian Violet)
14.2.4 Povidone iodine P,S,T Solution 4% to 10%
14.2.5 Silver P,S,T Cream 1%
sulphadiazine
14.3–Antiinflammatory and antipruritic medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
14.3.1 Betamethasone P,S,T Cream 0.05%
Cream 0.1%
14.3.2 Calamine P,S,T Lotion (As per IP)

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14.4–Medicines affecting skin differentiation and proliferation

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
14.4.1 Benzoyl peroxide P,S,T Gel 2.5%
14.4.2 Coal tar P,S,T Solution 5%
14.4.3 Podophyllin resin S,T Solution 10% to 25%
14.4.4 Salicylic acid P,S,T Ointment 6%
14.5–Scabicides and pediculicides
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
14.5.1 Permethrin P,S,T Lotion 1%
Cream 5%
14.6–Miscellaneous
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
14.6.1 Glycerin P,S,T Oral Liquid
14.6.2 White Petrolatum P,S,T Jelly 100%

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Section 15 –Diagnostic agents
15.1–Ophthalmic medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
15.1.1 Fluorescein S,T Eye drop 1%
15.1.2 Lignocaine S,T Eye drop 4%
15.1.3 Tropicamide S,T Eye drop 1%
15.2–Radiocontrast media
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
15.2.1 Barium sulphate S,T Oral liquid 100% w/v
Oral liquid 250% w/v
15.2.2 Gadobenate T Injection 529 mg/ml
15.2.3 Iohexol S,T Injection 140 to 350 mg iodine/ml
15.2.4 Meglumine S,T Injection 60% w/v
diatrizoate Injection 76% w/v

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Section 16–Dialysis solutions

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
16.1 Haemodialysis S,T As licensed
fluid
16.2 Intraperitoneal S,T As licensed
dialysis solution
Section 17–Disinfectants and antiseptics
17.1–Antiseptics
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
17.1.1 Cetrimide P,S,T Solution 20% (Concentrate for
dilution)
17.1.2 Chlorhexidine P,S,T Solution 5% (Concentrate for
dilution)
17.1.3 Ethyl alcohol P,S,T Solution 70%
(Denatured)
17.1.4 Hydrogen peroxide P,S,T Solution 6%
Methylrosaniliniu
17.1.5 m chloride P,S,T Topial preparation 0.25% to 2%
(Gentian Violet)
17.1.6 Povidone iodine P,S,T Solution 4% to 10%

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17.2–Disinfectants

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
17.2.1 Bleaching powder P,S,T Containing not less than 30% w/w
of available chlorine (as per I.P)
17.2.2 Glutaraldehyde S,T Solution 2%
17.2.3 Potassium P,S,T Crystals for topical solution
permanganate
Section 18–Diuretics
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Tablet 40 mg
18.1 Furosemide P,S,T Oral liquid 10 mg/ml
Injection 10 mg/ ml
18.2 Hydrochlorothiazid P,S,T Tablet 25 mg
e Tablet 50 mg
18.3 Mannitol P,S,T Injection 10%
Injection 20%
18.4 Spironolactone P,S,T Tablet 25 mg
Tablet 50 mg

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Section 19–Ear, nose and throat medicines

19.1 Budesonide P,S,T Nasal Spray 50 mcg/dose
Nasal Spray 100 mcg/dose
19.2 Ciprofloxacin P,S,T Drops 0.3 %
19.3 Clotrimazole P,S,T Drops 1%
19.4 Xylometazoline P,S,T Nasal drops 0.05 %
Nasal drops 0.1 %
Section 20–Gastrointestinal medicines
20.1–Antiulcer medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Capsule 10 mg
20.1.1 Omeprazole P,S,T Capsule 20 mg
Capsule 40 mg
Powder for oral liquid 20 mg
20.1.2 Pantoprazole S,T Injection 40 mg

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Tablet 150 mg
20.1.3 Ranitidine P,S,T Oral liquid 75 mg/5 ml
Injection 25 mg/ml
20.1.4 Sucralfate S,T Oral liquid 1 g
20.2–Antiemetics
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
20.2.1 Domperidone P,S,T Tablet 10 mg
Oral liquid 1 mg/ml
20.2.2 Metoclopramide P,S,T Injection 5 mg/ml
Tablet 4 mg
20.2.3 Ondansetron S,T Oral liquid 2 mg/5 ml
Injection 2 mg/ml
20.3–Anti inflammatory medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
5-aminosalicylic Tablet 400 mg
20.3.1 S,T Suppository 500 mg
acid
Retention Enema
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20.4–Antispasmodic medicines

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Tablet 10 mg
20.4.1 Dicyclomine P,S,T Oral Solution 10mg/5ml
Injection 10 mg/ml
20.4.2 Hyoscine P,S,T Tablet 10 mg
butylbromide Injection 20 mg/ml
20.5–Laxatives
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
20.5.1 Bisacodyl P,S,T Tablet 5 mg
Suppository 5 mg
20.5.2 Ispaghula P,S,T Granules/ Husk/ Powder
20.5.3 Lactulose S,T Oral liquid 10 g/15 ml

20.6–Medicines used in diarrhoea

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
20.6.1 Oral rehydration P,S,T As licensed
salts

 

20.6.2 Zinc sulphate P,S,T Dispersible Tablet 20 mg
20.7–Other medicines
20.7.1 Somatostatin T Powder for Injection 3 mg
Section 21–Hormones, other endocrine medicines and contraceptives
21.1–Adrenal hormones and synthetic substitutes
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
21.1.1 Dexamethasone S,T Tablet 0.5 mg
Injection 4 mg/ml
21.1.2 Human chorionic T Injection 1000 IU
gonadotropin Injection 5000 IU
Tablet 5 mg
21.1.3 Hydrocortisone P,S,T Tablet 10 mg
Injection 100 mg/ml
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Tablet 8 mg
21.1.4 Methylprednisolon S,T Tablet 16 mg
e Tablet 32 mg
Injection 40 mg/ml
Tablet 5 mg
21.1.5 Prednisolone P,S,T Tablet 10 mg
Tablet 20 mg
21.2–Contraceptives
21.2.1–Hormonal contraceptives
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Ethinylestradiol
21.2.1.1 (A) + P,S,T Tablet 0.03 mg (A) + 0.15 mg (B)
Levonorgestrel
Ethinylestradiol
21.2.1.2 (A) + P,S,T Tablet 0.035 mg (A) + 1 mg (B)
Norethisterone
21.2.2–Intrauterine devices
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
21.2.2.1 Hormone releasing T Contains 52 mg of Levonorgestrel
IUD
21.2.2.2 IUD containing P,S,T As licensed
Copper
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21.2.3–Barrier methods

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
As per the standards prescribed in
21.2.3.1 Condom P,S,T Schedule R of Drugs and Cosmetics
rules, 1945
21.3–Estrogens
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
21.3.1 Ethinylestradiol P,S,T Tablet 0.01 mg
Tablet 0.05 mg
21.3.2 Levonorgestrel P,S,T Tablet 0.75 mg

21.4–Medicines used in diabetes mellitus

21.4.1–Insulins and other antidiabetic agents

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
21.4.1.1 Glimepiride P,S,T Tablet 1 mg
Tablet 2 mg
21.4.1.2 Insulin (Soluble) P,S,T Injection 40 IU/ml

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Intermediate
21.4.1.3 Acting (NPH) P,S,T Injection 40 IU/ml
Insulin
Tablet 500 mg
21.4.1.4 Metformin P,S,T Tablet 750 mg
Tablet 1000 mg
(Immediate and controlled release)
Premix Insulin
21.4.1.5 30:70 Injection P,S,T Injection 40 IU/ml
(Regular:NPH)
21.4.2–Medicines used to treat hypoglycemia
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
21.4.2.1 Glucose P,S,T Injection 25 %
21.5–Ovulation Inducers
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
21.5.1 Clomiphene T Tablet 50 mg
Tablet 100 mg
21.6–Progestogens
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
21.6.1 Medroxyprogester P,S,T Tablet 5 mg
oneacetate Tablet 10 mg

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21.6.2 Norethisterone P,S,T Tablet 5 mg

21.7–Thyroid and antithyroid medicines

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
21.7.1 Carbimazole P,S,T Tablet 5 mg
Tablet 10 mg
Tablet 12.5 mcg to 150 mcg*
(Several strengths are available in
21.7.2 Levothyroxine P,S,T market such as 12.5, 25, 50, 62.5,
75, 88, 100, 112 mcg. Therefore it
was considered to give a range of
available strengths)

Section 22–Immunologicals

In case of these biologicals, irrespective of variation in source, composition and strengths, all the products of the same vaccine/ sera/ immunoglobulin, as approved by licensing authority are considered as included in NLEM. However, considering the source, process, technology and other relevant aspects, different products of the same biologicals should be considered differently for purposes such as procurement policy, pricing etc.

22.1–Diagnostic agents

Medicine Level of
Healthcare
Tuberculin,
22.1.1 Purified Protein P,S,T
derivative

 

 

22.2–Sera and immunoglobulins (Liquid/ Lyophilized)

Medicine Level of
Healthcare
22.2.1 Anti-rabies P,S,T
immunoglobulin
22.2.2 Anti-tetanus P,S,T
immunoglobulin
22.2.3 Anti-D S, T
immunoglobulin
22.2.4 Diphtheria P,S,T
antitoxin
22.2.5 Hepatitis B S,T
immunoglobulin
22.2.6 Human normal T
immunoglobulin
Snake venom
antiserum
22.2.7 a) Soluble/ liquid P,S,T
polyvalent
b) Lyophilized
polyvalent
22.3–Vaccines
  1. a)All the vaccines which are under Universal Immunization Programme of India (UIP) will be deemed included in NLEM. Presently, the UIP has BCG, DPT, OPV, measles, Hepatitis B, Japanese encephalitis & Pentavalent Vaccines.
  2. b)The new vaccines, which have been approved by National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization (NTAGI)and planned to be given under UIP, will be deemed to be included as and when listed in UIP. These vaccines are inactivated polio vaccine (IPV), Measles Rubella (MR) and Rota virus vaccine.
  3. c)In future, the vaccines which are under consideration , if and when included in UIP, will also be deemed included from the date of inclusion in UIP. These are pneumococcal and HPV vaccines.

22.3.1–For universal immunisation

Medicine Level of
Healthcare
22.3.1.1 BCG vaccine P,S,T
22.3.1.2 DPT + Hib + Hep P,S,T
B vaccine
22.3.1.3 DPT vaccine P,S,T
22.3.1.4 Hepatitis B vaccine P,S,T
Japanese
22.3.1.5 encephalitis P,S,T
vaccine
22.3.1.6 Measles vaccine P,S,T
22.3.1.7 Oral poliomyelitis P,S,T
vaccine

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22.3.1.8 Tetanus toxoid P,S,T
22.3.2–For Specific Group of Individuals
Medicine Level of
Healthcare
22.3.2.1 Rabies vaccine P,S,T
Section 23–Muscle relaxants and
cholinesterase inhibitors
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
23.1 Atracurium S,T Injection 10 mg/ml
Tablet 5 mg
23.2 Baclofen S,T Tablet 10 mg
Tablet 20 mg
23.3 Neostigmine S,T Tablet 15 mg
Injection 0.5 mg/ml
23.4 Succinylcholine S,T Injection 50 mg/ml
23.5 Vecuronium S,T Powder for Injection 4 mg
Powder for Injection 10 mg

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Section 24–Medicines for neonatal care

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
24.1 Alprostadil T Injection 0.5 mg/ml
24.2 Caffeine S,T Oral liquid 20 mg/ml
Injection 20 mg/ml
24.3 Surfactant S,T Suspension for intratracheal
instillation (As liensed)
Section 25–Ophthalmological Medicines
25.1–Anti-infective medicine
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
25.1.1 Acyclovir P,S,T Ointment 3%
25.1.2 Ciprofloxacin P,S,T Drops 0.3 %
Ointment 0.3%
25.1.3 Erythromycin P,S,T Ointment 0.5%

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25.1.4 Gentamicin P,S,T Drops 0.3%
25.1.5 Natamycin P,S,T Drops 5%
25.1.6 Povidone iodine P,S,T Drops 0.6%
Drops 5%
25.2–Antiinflammatory medicine
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
25.2.1 Prednisolone P,S,T Drops 0.1%
Drops 1%
25.3–Local anaesthetics
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
25.3.1 Proparacaine P,S,T Drops 0.5%
25.4–Miotics and antiglaucoma medicines
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
25.4.1 Acetazolamide P,S,T Tablet 250 mg
25.4.2 Pilocarpine P,S,T Drops 2%
Drops 4%
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25.4.3 Timolol P,S,T Drops 0.25%
Drops 0.5%
25.5–Mydriatics
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
25.5.1 Atropine P,S,T Drops 1%
Ointment 1%
25.5.2 Homatropine P,S,T Drops 2%
25.5.3 Phenylephrine P,S,T Drops 5%
Drops 10 %
25.5.4 Tropicamide P,S,T Drops 1%
25.6–Ophthalmic surgical aids
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
25.6.1 Hydroxypropyl T Injection 2%
methylcellulose

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25.7–Miscellaneous

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
25.7.1 Carboxymethylcell P,S,T Drops 0.5%
ulose Drops 1 %
Section 26–Oxytocics and Antioxytocics
26.1–Oxytocics and abortifacient
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
26.1.1 Dinoprostone S,T Tablet 0.5 mg
Gel 0.5 mg
26.1.2 Methylergometrine P,S,T Tablet 0.125 mg
Injection 0.2 mg/ml
26.1.3 Mifepristone T Tablet 200 mg
26.1.4 Misoprostol T Tablet 100 mcg
Tablet 200 mcg
26.1.5 Oxytocin S,T Injection 5 IU/ml
Injection 10 IU/ml

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26.2–Medicines used in pre term labour

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
26.2.1 Betamethasone P,S,T Injection 4 mg/ml
26.2.2 Nifedipine S,T Tablet 10 mg
Section 27–Psychotherapeutic medicines
27.1–Medicines used in psychotic disorders
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Tablet 25 mg
27.1.1 Clozapine T Tablet 50 mg
Tablet 100 mg
27.1.2 Fluphenazine S,T Depot Injection 25 mg/ml
Tablet 5 mg
27.1.3 Haloperidol S,T Tablet 10 mg
Tablet 20 mg
Oral liquid 2 mg/ 5ml
Tablet 1 mg
27.1.4 Risperidone P,S,T Tablet 2 mg
Tablet 4 mg
Oral liquid 1 mg/ml

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27.2–Medicines used in mood disorders

27.2.1–Medicines used in depressive disorders

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Tablet 10 mg
27.2.1.1 Amitriptyline P,S,T Tablet 25 mg
Tablet 50 mg
Tablet 75 mg
Tablet 5 mg
27.2.1.2 Escitalopram S,T Tablet 10 mg
Tablet 20 mg
Capsule 10 mg
27.2.1.3 Fluoxetine P,S,T Capsule 20 mg
Capsule 40 mg
Capsule 60 mg
27.2.2–Medicines used in Bipolar disorders
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
27.2.2.1 Lithium S,T Tablet 300 mg
27.2.2.2 Sodium valproate P,S,T Tablet 200 mg
Tablet 500 mg

 

27.3–Medicines used for Generalized Anxiety and Sleep Disorders

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Tablet 0.25 mg
27.3.1 Clonazepam P,S,T Tablet 0.5 mg
Tablet 1 mg
27.3.2 Zolpidem P,S,T Tablet 5 mg
Tablet 10 mg

27.4–Medicines used for obsessive compulsive disorders and panic attacks

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Capsule 10 mg
27.4.1 Clomipramine S,T Capsule 25 mg
Capsule 75 mg
Capsule 10 mg
27.4.2 Fluoxetine P,S,T Capsule 20 mg
Capsule 40 mg
Capsule 60 mg

 

Section 28–Medicines acting on the respiratory tract

28.1–Antiasthmatic medicines

Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Inhalation (MDI/DPI) 100
mcg/dose
Inhalation (MDI/DPI) 200
28.1.1 Budesonide P,S,T mcg/dose
Respirator solution for use in
nebulizer 0.5 mg/ml
Respirator solution for use in
nebulizer 1 mg/ml
Inhalation (MDI/DPI) 100 mcg (A)
+ 6 mcg (B)
28.1.2 Budesonide (A)+ P,S,T Inhalation (MDI/DPI) 200 mcg (A)
Formoterol (B) + 6 mcg (B)
Inhalation (MDI/DPI) 400 mcg (A)
+ 6 mcg (B)
28.1.3 Hydrocortisone P,S,T Injection 100 mg
Injection 200 mg
Inhalation (MDI/DPI) 20 mcg/dose
28.1.4 Ipratropium P,S,T Respirator solution for use in
nebulizer 250 mcg/ml

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Tablet 2 mg
Tablet 4 mg
Oral liquid 2 mg/5 ml
28.1.5 Salbutamol P,S,T Inhalation (MDI/DPI) 100
mcg/dose
Respirator solution for use in
nebulizer 5mg/ml
28.1.6 Tiotropium P,S,T Inhalation (MDI) 9 mcg/dose
Inhalation (DPI) 18 mcg/dose
MDI- Metered dose inhaler
DPI- Dry Powder inhaler
Section 29–Solutions correcting water, electrolyte disturbances and
acid-base disturbances
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
Injection 5%
29.1 Glucose P,S,T Injection 10%
Injection 25%
Injection 50%
Glucose (A) +
29.2 Sodium chloride P,S,T Injection 5% (A) + 0.9% (B)
(B)
29.3 Oral rehydration P,S,T As licensed
salts
29.4 Potassium chloride P,S,T Injection 150 mg/ml
Oral liquid 500 mg/5 ml
29.5 Ringer lactate P,S,T Injection (as per IP)

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29.6 Sodium P,S,T Injection (as per IP)
bicarbonate
P,S,T Injection 0.9%
29.7 Sodium chloride
S,T Injection 0.45%
Injection 3%
29.3–Miscellaneous
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
29.3.1 Water for Injection P,S,T Injection
Section 30–Vitamins and minerals
Medicine Level of Dosage form and strength
Healthcare
30.1 Ascorbic acid P,S,T Tablet 100 mg
(Vitamin C) Tablet 500 mg
30.2 Calcium carbonate P,S,T Tablet 250 mg
Tablet 500 mg
30.3 Calcium gluconate P,S,T Injection 100 mg/ml

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Tablet 1000 IU,
30.4 Cholecalciferol P,S,T Tablet 60000 IU
Oral liquid 400 IU/ml
30.5 Nicotinamide P,S,T Tablet 50 mg
Tablet 10 mg
30.6 Pyridoxine P,S,T Tablet 50 mg
Tablet 100 mg
30.7 Riboflavin P,S,T Tablet 5 mg
30.8 Thiamine P,S,T Tablet 100 mg
Injection 100 mg/ml
Capsule 5000 IU
Capsule 50000 IU
30.9 Vitamin A P,S,T Capsule 100000 IU
Oral liquid 100000 IU/ml
Injection 50000 IU/ml

 

 Alphabetical list of medicines in NLEM 2015

  1. 5-aminosalicylic acid
  1. 5-Fluorouracil
  1. 6-Mercaptopurine
  1. Abacavir
  1. Abacavir + Lamivudine
  1. Acetazolamide
  1. Acetylsalicylic acid
  1. Actinomycin D
  1. Activated charcoal
  1. Acyclovir
  1. Adenosine
  1. Adrenaline
  1. Albendazole
  1. Allopurinol
  1. All-trans retinoic acid
  1. Alprostadil
  1. Alteplase
  1. Amiodarone
  1. Amitriptyline
  1. Amlodipine
  1. Amoxicillin
  1. Amoxicillin + Clavulanic acid Amphotericin B
  2. a) Amphotericin B (conventional) b) Lipid/ Liposomal Amphotericin B
  1. Ampicillin
  2. Anti-D immunoglobulin
  3. Anti-rabies immunoglobulin
  1. Anti-tetanus immunoglobulin
  1. Arsenic Trioxide
  1. Artemether + Lumefantrine
  1. Artesunate
  1. Artesunate + Sulphadoxine – Pyrimethamine
  1. Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C)
  1. Atazanavir + Ritonavir
  1. Atenolol
  1. Atorvastatin
  1. Atracurium
  1. Atropine
  1. Azathioprine
  1. Azithromycin
  1. Baclofen
  1. Barium sulphate
  1. BCG vaccine
  1. Benzathine benzylpenicillin
  1. Benzoyl peroxide
  1. Benzyl penicillin
  1. Betamethasone
  1. Bicalutamide
  1. Bisacodyl
  2. Bleaching powder
  3. Bleomycin
  1. Bortezomib
  1. Budesonide
  1. Budesonide + Formoterol
  1. Bupivacaine
  1. Caffeine
  1. Calamine
  1. Calcium carbonate
  1. Calcium folinate
  1. Calcium gluconate
  1. Capecitabine
  1. Capreomycin
  1. Carbamazepine
  1. Carbimazole
  1. Carboplatin
  1. Carboxymethylcellulose
  1. Cefadroxil
  1. Cefazolin
  1. Cefixime
  1. Cefotaxime
  1. Ceftazidime
  1. Ceftriaxone
  1. Cetirizine
  1. Cetrimide
  1. hlorambucil
  2. Chlorhexidine
  1. Chloroquine
  1. Chlorpheniramine
  1. Cholecalciferol
  1. Ciprofloxacin
  1. Cisplatin
  1. Clarithromycin
  1. Clindamycin
  1. Clobazam
  1. Clofazimine
  1. Clomiphene
  1. Clomipramine
  1. Clonazepam
  1. Clopidogrel
  1. Clotrimazole
  1. Cloxacillin
  1. Clozapine
  1. Coagulation factor IX
  1. Coagulation factor VIII
  1. Coal tar
  1. Colchicine
  1. Condom
  1. Co-trimoxazole [Sulphamethoxazole + Trimethoprim ]
  1. Cryoprecipitate

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Alphabetical list of medicines in NLEM 2015

  1. Cyclophosphamide
  1. Cycloserine
  1. Cyclosporine
  1. Cytosine arabinoside
  1. Dacarbazine
  1. Dapsone
  1. Darunavir
  1. Daunorubicin
  1. Desferrioxamine
  1. Dexamethasone
  1. Dextran-40
  1. Diazepam
  1. Diclofenac
  1. Dicyclomine
  1. Diethylcarbamazine
  1. Digoxin
  1. Diloxanide furoate
  1. Diltiazem
  1. Dimercaprol
  1. Dinoprostone
  1. Diphtheria antitoxin
  1. Dobutamine
  1. Docetaxel
  1. Domperidone
  1. Donepezil

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Alphabetical list of medicines in NLEM 2015

  1. Dopamine
  1. Doxorubicin
  1. Doxycycline
  1. DPT + Hib + Hep B vaccine
  1. DPT vaccine
  1. Efavirenz
  1. Enalapril
  1. Enoxaparin
  1. Entecavir
  1. Erythromycin
  1. Erythropoietin
  1. Escitalopram
  1. Esmolol
  1. Ethambutol
  1. Ethinylestradiol
  1. Ethinylestradiol + Levonorgestrel
  1. Ethinylestradiol + Norethisterone
  1. Ethionamide
  1. Ethyl alcohol (Denatured)
  1. Etoposide
  1. Fentanyl
  1. Ferrous salt + Folic acid
  1. Ferrous salts
  1. Filgrastim

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Alphabetical list of medicines in NLEM 2015

  1. Fluconazole
  1. Flunarizine
  1. Fluorescein
  1. Fluoxetine
  1. Fluphenazine
  1. Folic acid
  1. Framycetin
  1. Fresh frozen plasma
  1. Furosemide
  1. Fusidic acid
  1. Gadobenate
  1. Ganciclovir
  1. Gefetinib
  1. Gemcitabine
  1. Gentamicin
  1. Glimepiride
  1. Glucose
  1. Glucose + Sodium chloride
  1. Glutaraldehyde
  1. Glycerin
  1. Glyceryl trinitrate
  1. Glycopyrrolate
  1. Griseofulvin
  1. Haemodialysis fluid
  1. Haloperidol

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Alphabetical list of medicines in NLEM 2015

  1. Halothane
  1. Heparin
  1. Hepatitis B immunoglobulin
  1. Hepatitis B vaccine
  1. Homatropine
  1. Hormone releasing IUD
  1. Human chorionic gonadotropin
  1. Human normal immunoglobulin
  1. Hydrochlorothiazide
  1. Hydrocortisone
  1. Hydrogen peroxide
  1. Hydroxocobalamin
  1. Hydroxychloroquine
  1. Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose
  1. Hydroxyurea
  1. Hyoscine butylbromide
  1. Ibuprofen
  1. Ifosfamide
  1. Imatinib
  1. Insulin (Soluble)
  1. Intermediate Acting (NPH) Insulin
  1. Intraperitoneal dialysis solution
  1. Iohexol
  1. Ipratropium
  1. Iron sucrose

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Alphabetical list of medicines in NLEM 2015

  1. Isoflurane
  1. Isoniazid
  1. Isosorbide-5-mononitrate
  1. Isosorbide dinitrate
  1. Ispaghula
  1. IUD containing Copper
  1. Japanese encephalitis vaccine
  1. Kanamycin
  1. Ketamine
  1. Labetalol
  1. Lactulose
  1. Lamivudine + Nevirapine + Stavudine
  1. Lamivudine + Zidovudine
  1. L-Asparaginase
  1. Leflunomide
  1. Letrozole
  1. Levetiracetam
  1. Levodopa + Carbidopa
  1. Levofloxacin
  1. Levonorgestrel
  1. Levothyroxine
  1. Lignocaine
  1. Lignocaine + Adrenaline
  1. Linezolid

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Alphabetical list of medicines in NLEM 2015

  1. Lithium
  1. Loperamide
  1. Lopinavir + Ritonavir
  1. Lorazepam
  1. Magnesium sulphate
  1. Mannitol
  1. Measles vaccine
  1. Mebendazole
  1. Medroxyprogesteroneacetate
  1. Mefenamic acid
  1. Mefloquine
  1. Meglumine diatrizoate
  1. Melphalan
  1. Mesna
  1. Metformin
  1. Methotrexate
  1. Methyldopa
  1. Methylergometrine
  1. Methylprednisolone
  1. Methylrosanilinium chloride (Gentian Violet)
  1. Methylthioninium chloride (Methylene blue)
  1. Metoclopramide
  1. Metoprolol
  1. Metronidazole

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Alphabetical list of medicines in NLEM 2015

  1. Midazolam
  1. Mifepristone
  1. Miltefosine
  1. Misoprostol
  1. Morphine
  1. Moxifloxacin
  1. Mycophenolate mofetil
  1. N-acetylcysteine
  1. Naloxone
  1. Natamycin
  1. Neostigmine
  1. Nevirapine
  1. Nicotinamide
  1. Nifedipine
  1. Nitrofurantoin
  1. Nitrous oxide
  1. Nor adrenaline
  1. Norethisterone
  1. Nystatin
  1. Omeprazole
  1. Ondansetron
  1. Oral poliomyelitis vaccine
  1. Oral rehydration salts
  1. Oxaliplatin
  1. Oxygen

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Alphabetical list of medicines in NLEM 2015

  1. Oxytocin
  1. Paclitaxel
  1. Pantoprazole
  1. Para-aminosalicylic acid
  1. Paracetamol
  1. Paromomycin
  1. Pegylated interferon alfa 2a/ 2b
  1. Penicillamine
  1. Pentamidine
  1. Permethrin
  1. Pheniramine
  1. Phenobarbitone
  1. Phenylephrine
  1. Phenytoin
  1. Phytomenadione (Vitamin K1)
  1. Pilocarpine
  1. Piperacillin + Tazobactam
  1. Platelet rich plasma
  1. Podophyllin resin
  1. Potassium chloride
  1. Potassium permanganate
  1. Povidone iodine
  1. Pralidoxime chloride (2-PAM)
  1. Praziquantel
  1. Prednisolone

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Alphabetical list of medicines in NLEM 2015

  1. Premix Insulin 30:70 Injection (Regular:NPH)
  1. Prilocaine + Lignocaine
  1. Primaquine
  1. Procarbazine
  1. Proparacaine
  1. Propofol
  1. Propranolol
  1. Protamine
  1. Pyrazinamide
  1. Pyridoxine
  1. Quinine
  1. Rabies vaccine
  1. Raltegravir
  1. Ramipril
  1. Ranitidine
  1. Red blood cells
  1. Ribavirin
  1. Riboflavin
  1. Rifabutin
  1. Rifampicin
  1. Ringer lactate
  1. Risperidone
  1. Ritonavir
  1. Rituximab

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Alphabetical list of medicines in NLEM 2015

  1. Salbutamol
  1. Salicylic acid
  1. Sevoflurane
  1. Silver sulphadiazine Snake venom antiserum
  2. a) Soluble/ liquid polyvalent b) Lyophilized polyvalent
  1. Sodium bicarbonate
  1. Sodium chloride
  1. Sodium nitrite
  1. Sodium nitroprusside
  1. Sodium thiosulphate
  1. Sodium valproate
  1. Sofosbuvir
  1. Somatostatin
  1. Spironolactone
  1. Stavudine + Lamivudine
  1. Streptokinase
  1. Streptomycin
  1. Succinylcholine
  1. Sucralfate
  1. Sulfasalazine
  1. Sumatriptan
  1. Surfactant
  1. Tacrolimus
  1. Tamoxifen

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Alphabetical list of medicines in NLEM 2015

  1. Telmisartan
  1. Temozolomide
  1. Tenofovir
  1. Tenofovir + Lamivudine
  1. Tenofovir + Lamivudine + Efavirenz
  1. Tetanus toxoid
  1. Thalidomide
  1. Thiamine
  1. Thiopentone
  1. Timolol
  1. Tiotropium
  1. Tramadol
  1. Tranexamic acid
  1. Trastuzumab
  1. Trihexyphenidyl
  1. Tropicamide
  1. Tuberculin, Purified Protein derivative
  1. Vancomycin
  1. Vecuronium
  1. Verapamil
  1. Vinblastine
  1. Vincristine
  1. Vitamin A
  1. Warfarin

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Alphabetical list of medicines in NLEM 2015

  1. Water for Injection
  1. White Petrolatum
  1. Whole blood
  1. Xylometazoline
  1. Zidovudine
  1. Zidovudine + Lamivudine + Nevirapine
  1. Zinc sulphate
  1. Zoledronic acid
  1. Zolpidem

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Medicines Added to NLEM 2011

Ref no Medicines added

Section 1–Anesthetic agents

1.3.2              Glycopyrrolate

Section 2– Analgesics, antipyretics, non steroidal anti inflammatory medicines, medicines used to treat gout and disease modifying agents used in rheumatoid disorders

2.1.4              Mefenamic acid

Section 3–Antiallergics and medicines used in anaphylaxis

NIL

Section 4–Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings

4.2.9 * Neostigmine (Also listed in section 23- Muscle Relaxants and
Cholinesterase Inhibitors)
Section 5–Anticonvulsants / Antiepileptics
5.2 Clobazam
5.4 Levetiracetam

Section 6.1–Anti-helminthics

6.1.1.2          Mebendazole

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Section 6.2–Anti-bacterial medicines

6.2.1.5          Benzyl penicillin

6.2.1.6          Cefadroxil

6.2.1.7          Cefazolin

6.2.1.13       Piperacillin + Tazobactam

6.2.2.3          Clarithromycin

Section 6.2.3–Antileprosy medicines

NIL

Section 6.2.4–Antituberculosis medicines

6.2.4.1          Capreomycin

6.2.4.2          Cycloserine

6.2.4.4          Ethionamide

6.2.4.6          Kanamycin

6.2.4.7          Levofloxacin

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6.2.4.8          Linezolid

6.2.4.9          Moxifloxacin

6.2.4.10       Para amino salicylic acid

6.2.4.12       Rifabutin

Section 6.3–Anti-fungal medicines

NIL

Section 6.4–Antiviral medicines

6.4.2.1          Ganciclovir

6.4.3.1.1     Abacavir

6.4.3.1.2   Abacavir + Lamivudine

6.4.3.1.6     Tenofovir + Lamivudine

6.4.3.1.7   Tenofovir + Lamivudine + Efavirenz

6.4.3.1.8   Raltegravir

6.4.3.3.1     Atazanavir + Ritonavir

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6.4.3.4.2   Darunavir

6.4.3.3.2     Lopinavir + Ritonavir

6.4.4.1          Entecavir

6.4.4.2          Pegylated interferon alfa 2a and 2b

6.4.4.3          Ribavirin

6.4.4.4          Sofosbuvir

6.4.4.5          Tenofovir

Section 6.5–Anti-Protozoal medicines

6.5.2.2          Miltefosine

6.5.2.3          Paromomycin

6.5.3.1.1   Artemether + Lumefantrine

6.5.3.1.2   Artesunate

Section 7–Antimigraine medicines

7.1.3               Sumatriptan

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Medicines Added to NLEM 2011

7.2.1               Flunarizine

Section 8–Antineoplastic, immunosuppressives and medicines used in palliative care

8.1.4               All trans retinoic acid

8.1.5              Arsenic Trioxide

8.1.6               Bortezomib

8.1.8               Capecitabine

8.1.16            Docetaxel

8.1.18            Gefitinib

8.1.31            Rituximab

8.1.32            Temozolomide

8.1.31            Thalidomide

8.1.34            Trastuzumab

8.2.1               Bicalutamide

8.2.2               Letrozole

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Medicines Added to NLEM 2011
8.3.3 Mycophenolate mofetil
8.3.4 Tacrolimus
8.4.2 *Amitriptyline (Also listed in Section 27–Psychotherapeutic
Medicines)
*Dexamethasone (Also listed in Section: 21–Hormones, other
8.4.3 endocrine medicines and contraceptives and Section 3–Antiallergics
and medicines used in anphylaxis)
8.4.4 *Diazepam (Also listed in Section 5–Anticonvulsants/
Antiepileptics)
*Fluoxetine (Also listed in Section 27 – Psychotherapeutic
8.4.6 Medicines in 27.2.1– Medicines used in depressive disorder and
27.4–Medicines used for obsessive compulsive disorders and panic
attacks )
8.4.7 *Haloperidol (Also listed in Section 27–Psychotherapeutic
Medicines)
8.4.8 *Lactulose (Also listed in Section 20–Gastrointestinal medicines)
8.4.9 Loperamide
8.4.10 *Metoclopramide (Also listed in Section 20–Gastrointestinal
medicines)
8.4.11 *Midazolam (Also listed in Section 1–Anesthetic agents)
*Tramadol (Also listed in Section 2– Analgesics, antipyretics, non
8.4.14 steroidal anti inflammatory medicines, medicines used to treat gout
and disease modifying agents  used in rheumatoid disorders)
8.4.15 Zoledronic acid

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Section 9–Antiparkinsonism medicines

NIL

Section 10–Medicines affecting the blood

10.1.1            Erythropoietin

10.1.3            Ferrous salt + Folic acid

10.1.5            Hydroxocobalamin

10.1.6            Hydroxyurea

10.1.7            Iron sucrose

10.2.5            Tranexamic acid

Section 11–Blood products and plasma substitutes

11.1.3            Red blood cells

11.1.4            Whole blood

Section 12–Cardiovascular medicines

12.3.5            Labetalol

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Medicines Added to NLEM 2011

12.3.7            Ramipril

12.3.9            Telmisartan

12.4.4          Noradrenaline

12.5.2            Alteplase

Section 13–Medicines used in dementia

13.1                 Donepezil

Section 14–Dermatological medicines

14.1.1            Clotrimazole (Also listed in Section 6- Anti infective medicines)

14.2.2            Fusidic acid

14.4.2            Benzoyl peroxide

14.2.4            Podophyllin resin

14.6.2            White Petrolatum

Section 15–Diagnostic agents

15.2.2            Gadobenate

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15.2.3            Iohexol

Section 16–Dialysis solution

16.1                 Haemodialysis fluid

Section 17–Disinfectants and antiseptics

NIL

Section 18–Diuretics

NIL

Section 19–Ear, nose and throat medicines

19.1 *Budesonide (Also listed in Section 28- Medicines acting on
respiratory tract)
19.2 *Ciprofloxacin (Also listed in Section 6- Anti infective medicines
and Section 25- Ophthalmological medicines)
19.3 Clotrimazole ( Also listed in Section 6- Anti infective medicines)
19.4 Xylometazoline

Section 20–Gastrointestinal medicines

20.1.4          Sucralfate

20.5.3            Lactulose

20.7.1          Somatostatin

Section 21–Hormones, other endocrine medicines and contraceptives

21.1.2            Human Chorionic Gonadotropin

21.3.2            Levonorgestrel

21.4.1.1   Glimepiride

Section 22–Immunologicals

22.2.5            Hepatitis B immunoglobulin

22.2.6            Human Normal Immunoglobulin

22.3.1.2       DPT + Hib + Hep B vaccine

22.3.2.1       Japanese encephalitis vaccine

Section 23–Muscle relaxants and cholinesterase inhibitors

23.2                 Baclofen

Section 24 Medicines for neonatal care

24.1                 Alprostadil

24.2                 Caffeine

24.3                 Surfactant

Section 25–Ophthalmological Medicines

25.1.1            *Acyclovir (Also listed in Section 6- Anti infective medicnes)

25.1.3            Erythromycin

25.1.5            Natamycin

25.3.1            Proparacaine

25.5.4            Tropicamide (Also listed in Section 15- Diagnostic agents)

25.7.1            Carboxymethylcellulose

Section 26–Oxytocics and Antioxytocics

26.1.1            Dinoprostone

Section 27–Psychotherapeutics

27.1.1          Clozapine

27.1.2            Fluphenazine

27.1.4            Risperidone

27.2.1.2       Escitalopram

27.3.1            Clonazepam

27.3.2          Zolpidem

27.4.1            Clomipramine

Section 28–Medicines acting on the respiratory tract

28.1.1            Budesonide

28.1.2            Budesonide + Formoterol

28.1.6            Tiotropium

Section 29–Solutions correcting water, electrolyte disturbances and acid-base disturbances

NIL

Section: 30 –Vitamins and minerals

30.4                 Cholecalciferol

  1. Abacavir
  1. Abacavir + Lamivudine
  1. All trans retinoic acid
  1. Alprostadil
  1. Alteplase
  1. Arsenic Trioxide
  1. Artemether + Lumefantrine
  1. Artesunate
  1. Atazanavir + Ritonavir
  1. Baclofen
  1. Benzoyl peroxide
  1. Benzyl penicillin
  1. Bicalutamide
  1. Bortezomib
  1. Budesonide
  1. Budesonide + Formoterol
  1. Caffeine
  1. Capecitabine
  1. Capreomycin
  1. Carboxymethylcellulose
  1. Cefadroxil
  1. Cefazolin
  1. Cholecalciferol
  1. Clarithromycin
  1. Clobazam
  1. Clomipramine
  1. Clonazepam
  1. Clozapine
  1. Cycloserine
  1. Darunavir
  1. Dinoprostone
  1. Docetaxel
  1. Donepezil
  1. DPT + Hib + Hep B vaccine
  1. Entecavir
  1. Erythropoietin

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  1. Escitalopram
  1. Ethionamide
  1. Ferrous salt + Folic acid
  1. Flunarizine
  1. Fluphenazine
  1. Fusidic acid
  1. Gadobenate
  1. Ganciclovir
  1. Gefitinib
  1. Glimepiride
  1. Glycopyrrolate
  1. Haemodialysis fluid
  1. Hepatitis B immunoglobulin
  1. Human Chorionic Gonadotropin
  1. Human Normal Immunoglobulin
  1. Hydroxocobalamin
  1. Hydroxyurea
  1. Iohexol
  1. Iron sucrose
  1. Japanese encephalitis vaccine
  1. Kanamycin
  1. Labetalol
  1. Lactulose
  1. Letrozole
  1. Levetiracetam
  1. Levofloxacin
  1. Levonorgestrel
  1. Linezolid
  1. Loperamide
  1. Lopinavir + Ritonavir
  1. Mebendazole
  1. Mefenamic acid
  1. Miltefosine
  1. Moxifloxacin
  1. Mycophenolate mofetil
  1. Natamycin
  1. Noradrenaline
  1. Para amino salicylic acid
  1. Paromomycin
  1. Pegylated interferon alfa 2a and 2b
  1. Piperacillin + Tazobactam
  1. Podophyllin resin
  1. Proparacaine
  1. Raltegravir
  1. Ramipril
  1. Red blood cells
  1. Ribavirin
  1. Rifabutin
  1. Risperidone
  1. Rituximab
  1. Sofosbuvir
  1. Somatostatin
  1. Sucralfate
  1. Sumatriptan
  1. Surfactant
  1. Tacrolimus
  1. Telmisartan
  1. Temozolomide
  1. Tenofovir
  1. Tenofovir + Lamivudine
  1. Tenofovir + Lamivudine + Efavirenz
  1. Thalidomide
  1. Tiotropium
  1. Tranexamic acid
  1. Trastuzumab
  1. White Petrolatum
  1. Whole blood
  1. Xylometazoline
  1. Zoledronic acid
  1. Zolpidem
S.No. Medicines deleted

Section 1–Anesthetic agents

1               Ether

2                      Diazepam

3                      Promethazine

Section 2– Analgesics, antipyretics, non steroidal anti inflammatory medicines, medicines used to treat gout and disease modifying agents used in rheumatoid disorders

NIL

Section 3–Antiallergics and medicines used in anaphylaxis

1                      Dexchlorpheniramine

2                      Promethazine

Section 4–Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings

1              Flumazenil

Section 5–Anticonvulsants / Antiepileptics

NIL

Section 6.1–Anti-helminthics

1              Piperazine

Section 6.2–Anti-bacterial medicines

1                      Cephalexin

2                      Amikacin

3                      Sulfadiazine

4                      Erythromycin

Section 6.2.3–Antileprosy medicines

NIL

Section 6.2.4–Antituberculosis medicines

1              Ofloxacin

Section 6.3–Anti-fungal medicines

NIL

Section 6.4–Antiviral medicines

Medicines Deleted from NLEM 2011
1 Didanosine
2 Lamivudine
3 Stavudine
4 Indinavir
5 Nelfinavir
6 Saquinavir
Section 6.5–Anti-Protozoal medicines
1 Pentamidine
2 Sodium Stibogluconate
3 Pyrimethamine
4 Sulfadoxine + Pyrimethamine

Section 7–Antimigraine medicines

1               Dihydroergotamine

Section 8–Antineoplastic, immunosuppressives and medicines used in palliative care

1              Alpha interferon

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Medicines Deleted from NLEM 2011
2 Busulfan
3 Mitomycin-C
4 Danazol
5 Flutamide
6 Raloxifene
Section 9–Antiparkinsonism medicines
1 Bromocriptine Mesylate
Section 10–Medicines affecting the blood
1 Cyanocobalamin
2 Iron dextran
3 Pyridoxine
Section 11–Blood products and plasma substitutes
1 Dextran 70
2 Hydroxyethyl starch (Hetastarch)

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Medicines Deleted from NLEM 2011
3 Polygeline
4 Albumin
Section 12–Cardiovascular medicines
1 Diltiazem
2 Procainamide
3 Losartan potassium
4 Nifedipine
5 Urokinase

Section 13–Medicines used in dementia

NIL

Section 14–Dermatological medicines

1 Miconazole
2 Acyclovir
3 Neomycin + Bacitracin

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Medicines Deleted from NLEM 2011
4 Zinc Oxide
5 Dithranol
6 Benzyl benzoate
Section 15–Diagnostic agents
1 Calcium Ipodate
2 Iopanoic Acid
3 Meglumine Iothalamate
4 Meglumine Iotroxate
5 Propyliodone
6 Sodium Iothalamate
Section 23–Dialysis solution
NIL
Section 17–Disinfectants and antiseptics
1 Acriflavin + Glycerin

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Medicines Deleted from NLEM 2011

2                      Benzoin compound

3                      Formaldehyde

Section 18–Diuretics

NIL

Section 19–Ear, nose and throat medicines

NIL

Section 20–Gastrointestinal medicines

1                      Promethazine

2                      Aluminium Hydroxide + Magnesium Hydroxide

3                      Famotidine

Section 21–Hormones, other endocrine medicines and contraceptives

1                      Testosterone

2                      Glibenclamide

3                      Glucagon

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Medicines Deleted from NLEM 2011

4              Iodine

Section 22–Immunologicals

NIL

Section 23–Muscle relaxants and cholinesterase inhibitors

1               Pyridostigmine

Section 24 Medicines for neonatal care

NIL

Section 25–Ophthalmological Medicines

1                      Chloramphenicol

2                      Miconazole

3                      Sulphacetamide sodium

4                      Tetracaine hydrochloride

5                      Betaxolol hydrochloride

Section 26–Oxytotics and antioxytotics

1              Terbutaline

Section 27–Psychotherapeutics

 

Medicines Deleted from NLEM 2011
1 Chlorpromazine
2 Olanzapine
3 Imipramine
4 Alprazolam
5 Diazepam
Section 28–Medicines acting on the respiratory tract
1 Beclomethasone Dipropionate
2 Codeine Phosphate
3 Dextromethorphan

Section 29–Solutions correcting water, electrolyte disturbances and acid-base disturbances

NIL

Section 30–Vitamins and minerals

1 Multivitamins
2 Vitamin D (Ergocalciferol)

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Alphabetical List of Medicines Deleted from NLEM 2011

  1. Acriflavin + Glycerin
  1. Albumin
  1. Alpha interferon
  1. Alprazolam
  1. Aluminium Hydroxide + Magnesium Hydroxide
  1. Amikacin
  1. Beclomethasone Dipropionate
  1. Benzoin compound
  1. Benzyl benzoate
  1. Betaxolol hydrochloride
  1. Bromocriptine Mesylate
  1. Busulfan
  1. Calcium Ipodate
  1. Cephalexin
  1. Chloramphenicol
  1. Chlorpromazine
  1. Codeine Phosphate
  1. Cyanocobalamin
  1. Danazol
  1. Dexchlorpheniramine
  1. Dextran 70
  1. Dextromethorphan
  1. Didanosine
  1. Dihydroergotamine
  1. Dithranol
  1. Ether
  1. Famotidine
  1. Flumazenil
  1. Flutamide
  1. Formaldehyde
  1. Glibenclamide
  1. Glucagon
  1. Hydroxyethyl starch (Hetastarch)
  1. Imipramine
  1. Indinavir

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Alphabetical List of Medicines Deleted from NLEM 2011

  1. Iodine
  1. Iopanoic Acid
  1. Iron dextran
  1. Lamivudine
  1. Losartan potassium
  1. Meglumine Iothalamate
  1. Meglumine Iotroxate
  1. Miconazole
  1. Mitomycin-C
  1. Multivitamins
  1. Nelfinavir
  1. Neomycin + Bacitracin
  1. Ofloxacin
  1. Olanzapine
  1. Piperazine
  1. Polygeline
  1. Procainamide
  1. Promethazine
  1. Propyliodone
  1. Pyridostigmine
  1. Pyrimethamine
  1. Raloxifene
  1. Saquinavir
  1. Sodium Iothalamate
  1. Sodium Stibogluconate
  1. Stavudine
  1. Sulfadiazine
  1. Sulfadoxine + Pyrimethamine
  1. Sulphacetamide sodium
  1. Terbutaline
  1. Testosterone
  1. Tetracaine hydrochloride
  1. Urokinase
  1. Vitamin D (Ergocalciferol)
  1. Zinc Oxide

INDEX

Aminosalicylic acid,

Fluorouracil,

-Mercaptopurine,

Abacavir,

Abacavir + Lamivudine, Acetazolamide, Acetylsalicylic acid, , , , Actinomycin D,

Activated charcoal, Acyclovir, , Adenosine, Adrenaline, Albendazole, Allopurinol, , All-trans retinoic acid, Alprostadil, Alteplase, Amiodarone, Amitriptyline, , Amlodipine, Amoxicillin,

Amoxicillin + Clavulanic acid, Amphotericin B, , Ampicillin,

Anti-D immunoglobulin, Anti-rabies immunoglobulin, Anti-tetanus immunoglobulin, Arsenic trioxide, Artemether + Lumefantrine, Artesunate,

Artesunate + Sulphadoxine – Pyrimethamine,

Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C),

Atazanavir + Ritonavir,

Atenolol,

Atorvastatin,

Atracurium,

Atropine, , ,

Azathioprine, ,

Azithromycin,

Baclofen,

Barium sulphate,

BCG vaccine,

Benzathine benzylpenicillin,

Benzoyl peroxide,

Benzyl penicillin,

Betamethasone, ,

Bicalutamide,

Bisacodyl,

Bleaching powder,

Bleomycin,

Bortezomib,

Budesonide, ,

Budesonide + Formoterol,

Bupivacaine,

Caffeine,

Calamine,

Calcium carbonate,

Calcium folinate,

Calcium gluconate, ,

Capecitabine,

Capreomycin,

Carbamazepine,

Carbimazole,

Carboplatin,

Carboxymethylcellulose,

Cefadroxil,

Cefazolin,

Cefixime,

Cefotaxime,

Ceftazidime,

Ceftriaxone,

Cetirizine,

Cetrimide,

Chlorambucil,

Chlorhexidine,

Chloroquine,

Chlorpheniramine,

Cholecalciferol,

Ciprofloxacin, , ,

Cisplatin,

Clarithromycin,

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Clindamycin,

Dopamine,

Clobazam,

Doxorubicin,

Clofazimine,

Doxycycline,

Clomiphene,

DPT + Hib + Hep B vaccine,

Clomipramine,

DPT vaccine,

Clonazepam,

Efavirenz,

Clopidogrel,

Enalapril,

Clotrimazole, , ,

Enoxaparin,

Cloxacillin,

Entecavir,

Clozapine,

Erythromycin,

Coagulation factor IX,

Erythropoietin,

Coagulation factor VIII,

Escitalopram,

Coal tar,

Esmolol,

Colchicine,

Ethambutol,

Condom,

Ethinylestradiol,

Co-trimoxazole [Sulphamethoxazole +

Ethinylestradiol

  • Levonorgestrel,

Trimethoprim ], ,

Ethinylestradiol

  • Norethisterone,

Cryoprecipitate,

Ethionamide,

Cyclophosphamide,

Ethyl alcohol (Denatured),

Cycloserine,

Etoposide,

Cyclosporine,

Fentanyl,

Cytosine arabinoside,

Ferrous salt + Folic acid,

Dacarbazine,

Ferrous salts,

Dapsone,

Filgrastim,

Darunavir,

Fluconazole,

Daunorubicin,

Flunarizine,

Desferrioxamine,

Fluorescein,

Dexamethasone, , ,

Fluoxetine, , ,

Dextran-,

Fluphenazine,

Diazepam, ,

Folic acid,

Diclofenac,

Framycetin,

Dicyclomine,

Fresh frozen plasma,

Diethylcarbamazine,

Furosemide,

Digoxin,

Fusidic acid,

Diloxanide furoate,

Gadobenate,

Diltiazem,

Ganciclovir,

Dimercaprol,

Gefitinib,

Dinoprostone,

Gemcitabine,

Diphtheria antitoxin,

Gentamicin, ,

Dobutamine,

Glimepiride,

Docetaxel,

Glucose,

Domperidone,

Glucose + Sodium chloride,

Donepezil,

Glutaraldehyde,

Gycerin,

Glyceryl trinitrate,

Glycopyrrolate,

Griseofulvin,

Haemodialysis fluid,

Haloperidol, ,

Halothane,

Heparin, ,

Hepatitis B immunoglobulin, Hepatitis B vaccine, Homatropine,

Hormone releasing IUD,

Human chorionic gonadotropin,

Human normal immunoglobulin,

Hydrochlorothiazide, ,

Hydrocortisone, , ,

Hydrogen peroxide,

Hydroxocobalamin,

Hydroxychloroquine,

Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose,

Hydroxyurea,

Hyoscine butylbromide,

Ibuprofen,

Ifosfamide,

Imatinib,

Insulin (Soluble),

Intermediate Acting (NPH) Insulin,

Intraperitoneal dialysis solution,

Iohexol,

Ipratropium,

Iron sucrose,

Isoflurane,

Isoniazid,

Isosorbide dinitrate,

Isosorbide–mononitrate,

Ispaghula,

IUD containing Copper,

Japanese encephalitis vaccine,

Kanamycin,

Ketamine,

Labetalol,

Lactulose, ,

Lamivudine + Nevirapine + Stavudine,

Lamivudine + Zidovudine, L-Asparaginase, Leflunomide, Letrozole,

Levetiracetam,

Levodopa + Carbidopa,

Levofloxacin,

Levonorgestrel,

Levothyroxine,

Lignocaine

Lignocaine + Adrenaline,

Linezolid,

Lithium,

Loperamide,

Lopinavir + Ritonavir,

Lorazepam,

Magnesium sulphate,

Mannitol,

Measles vaccine,

Mebendazole,

Medroxyprogesteroneacetate,

Mefenamic acid,
Mefloquine,

Meglumine diatrizoate,
Melphalan,
Mesna,

Metformin,

Methotrexate, ,

Methyldopa,

Methylergometrine,

Methylprednisolone,

Methylrosanilinium chloride (Gentian Violet), ,

Methylthioninium chloride (Methylene blue),

Metoclopramide, ,

Metoprolol,

Metronidazole, ,

Midazolam, ,

Mifepristone,

Miltefosine,

Misoprostol,

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Morphine, , ,

Moxifloxacin,

Mycophenolate mofetil,

N-acetylcysteine,

Naloxone,

Natamycin,

Neostigmine, ,

Nevirapine,

Nicotinamide,

Nifedipine,

Nitrofurantoin,

Nitrous oxide,

Nor adrenaline,

Norethisterone,

Nystatin,

Omeprazole,

Ondansetron, ,

Oral poliomyelitis vaccine,

Oral rehydration salts, ,

Oxaliplatin,

Oxygen,

Oxytocin,

Paclitaxel,

Pantoprazole, Para-aminosalicylic acid, Paracetamol, , Paromomycin,

Pegylated interferon alfa a/b,

Penicillamine,

Pentamidine,

Permethrin,

Pheniramine,

Phenobarbitone,

Phenylephrine,

Phenytoin,

Phytomenadione (Vitamin K),

Pilocarpine,

Piperacillin + Tazobactam, Platelet rich plasma, Podophyllin resin, Potassium chloride, Potassium permanganate, Povidone iodine, , ,

Pralidoxime chloride (-PAM), Praziquantel,

Prednisolone, , , , Premix Insulin : Injection

(Regular:NPH),

Prilocaine + Lignocaine,

Primaquine,

Procarbazine,

Proparacaine,

Propofol,

Propranolol,

Protamine,

Pyrazinamide,

Pyridoxine,

Quinine,

Rabies vaccine,

Raltegravir,

Ramipril,

Ranitidine,

Red blood cells,

Ribavirin,

Riboflavin,

Rifabutin,

Rifampicin, ,

Ringer lactate,

Risperidone,

Ritonavir,

Rituximab,

Salbutamol,

Salicylic acid,

Sevoflurane,

Silver sulphadiazine,

Snake venom antiserum, ,

Sodium bicarbonate,
Sodium chloride, Sodium nitrite, Sodium nitroprusside, Sodium thiosulphate, Sodium valproate, , Sofosbuvir, Somatostatin, Spironolactone, Stavudine + Lamivudine,

Streptokinase,

Streptomycin,

Succinylcholine,

Sucralfate,

Sulfasalazine,

Sumatriptan,

Surfactant,

Tacrolimus,

Tamoxifen,

Telmisartan,

Temozolomide,

Tenofovir,

Tenofovir + Lamivudine,

Tenofovir + Lamivudine + Efavirenz,

Tetanus toxoid,

Thalidomide,

Thiamine,

Thiopentone,

Timolol,

Tiotropium,

Tramadol, ,

Tranexamic acid,
Trastuzumab,

Trihexyphenidyl,

Tropicamide, ,

Tuberculin, Purified Protein derivative,

Vancomycin,

Vecuronium,

Verapamil,

Vinblastine,

Vincristine,

Vitamin A,

Warfarin,

Water for Injection,

White Petrolatum,

Whole blood,

Xylometazoline,

Zidovudine,

Zidovudine + Lamivudine + Nevirapine,

Zinc sulphate,

Zoledronic acid,

Zolpidem,