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Medicines (Prescription Only) (Jersey) Order 1997

Unofficial Consolidated Version

20.625.95

Showing the law as at 15 October 2019

 



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Medicines (Prescription Only) (Jersey) Order 1997

Article

1                 Interpretation. 5

2                 Prescription only medicines. 8

3                 Medicinal products that are not prescription only medicines. 8

4                 New medicinal products. 9

5                 Appropriate practitioner. 9

6                 Conditions for prescriptions relating to sale and supply. 10

6A              Conditions for prescriptions – administration. 12

7                 Exemption for highly diluted medicinal products. 12

8                 Exemptions for specified categories of persons. 13

9                 Exemption for emergency sale or supply. 13

10              Exemption for sale or supply in hospitals or the prison. 15

11              Exemption for authorised needle supply services. 15

12              Exemption for sale or supply in cases involving another’s default. 15

13              Exemption in the case of forged prescription. 16

14              Exemption for parenteral administration to human beings. 16

15              Exemption for non-parenteral administration to human beings. 16

16              Citation. 16

PART 1  17

PRESCRIPTION ONLY MEDICINES  17

PART 2  69

PART 3  70

NAMED PRODUCTS THAT ARE NOT PRESCRIPTION ONLY MEDICINES  70

TABLE A   70

TABLE B   71

PART 4  72

OTHER MEDICINAL PRODUCTS THAT ARE NOT PRESCRIPTION ONLY MEDICINES  72

EXEMPTION FOR CERTAIN PERSONS FROM ARTICLE 57(2) OF THE LAW    85

PART 1  85

PART 2  89

PART 3  91

SUBSTANCES THAT MUST NOT BE CONTAINED IN A PRESCRIPTION ONLY MEDICINE EXEMPTED BY ARTICLE 9  94

clinical management plan   96

1                 Information to be included in clinical management plan. 96

Table of Legislation History. 97

Table of Renumbered Provisions. 98

Table of Endnote References. 99

 

 


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Medicines (Prescription Only) (Jersey) Order 1997[1]

THE HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES COMMITTEE in pursuance of Articles 57 and 110 of the Medicines (Jersey) Law 1995, after consultation with the Medicines Advisory Council and having otherwise complied with Article 110 of the Law, orders as follows –

Commencement [see endnotes]

1        Interpretation

(1)     In this Order, unless the context otherwise requires –

“aerosol” means a product that is dispersed from its container by a propellent gas or liquid;

“controlled drug” has the same meaning as it has in Article 3 of the Misuse of Drugs (Jersey) Law 1978;

“cyanogenetic substances” means preparations –

(a)     that are presented for sale or supply under the name of, or as containing, amygdalin, laetrile or vitamin B17; or

(b)     that contain more than 0.1% by weight of any substance having the formula α-cyanobenzyl-6-O-ß-d-glucopyranosyl-ß-d-glucopyranoside or α-cyanobenzyl-ß-d-glucopyranosiduronic acid;

“dosage unit” means –

(a)     where a medicinal product is in the form of a tablet or capsule or is an article in some other similar pharmaceutical form, that tablet, capsule or other article; and

(b)     where a medicinal product is not in any such form, the quantity of the product that is used as the unit by reference to which the dose is measured;

“external use” means application to the skin, hair, teeth, mucosa of the mouth, throat, nose, ear, eye, vagina or anal canal, when a local action only is intended and extensive systemic absorption is unlikely to occur; but does not mean application by means of a throat spray, throat pastille, throat lozenge, throat tablet, nasal drop, nasal spray, nasal inhalation or teething preparation;

“health prescription” means a prescription described in Article 15(2) of the Health Insurance (Jersey) Law 1967;

“health record” has the same meaning as in the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018;

“inhaler” does not include an aerosol;

“Law” means the Medicines (Jersey) Law 1995;

“master” has the same meaning as it has in the Merchant Shipping Act 1894 of the United Kingdom;

“maximum daily dose” or “MDD” means, in relation to a substance contained in the amount of a medicinal product for internal use, the recommended maximum quantity to be taken or administered in a period of 24 hours;

“maximum dose” or “MD” means, in relation to a substance contained in the amount of a medicinal product for internal use, the recommended maximum quantity to be taken or administered at any one time;

“maximum strength” means such of the following as may be specified –

(a)     the maximum quantity of a substance by weight or volume contained in a dosage unit of a medicinal product;

(b)     the maximum number of units of activity contained in a dosage unit or a weight of a medicinal product; and

(c)     the maximum percentage of a substance contained in a medicinal product calculated in terms of weight in weight, weight in volume, volume in weight or volume in volume, as appropriate;

“medicinal product” does not include a veterinary drug;

“occupational health scheme” means a scheme in which a person in the course of a business carried on by him or her provides facilities for his or her employees, for the treatment or prevention of disease;

“operator”, in relation to an aircraft, means the person for the time being having the management of the aircraft;

“parenteral administration” means administration by breach of the skin or mucous membrane;

“prescription only medicine” means a medicinal product that is specified by this Order as a prescription only medicine;

“registered optometrist” has the same meaning as it has in Article 1(1) of the Opticians (Registration) (Jersey) Law 1962;

“repeatable prescription” means a prescription containing a direction that it shall or may be dispensed more than once;

“soaps” means any compounds of a fatty acid with an alkali or amine;

“state registered paramedic” means a person who is registered in the register established and maintained under section 60 and paragraph 1(a) of Schedule 3 to the Health Act 1999 of the United Kingdom;

“supplementary prescriber” means any of the following –

(a)     a midwife or nurse, whose entry on the register established and maintained under article 5 of the Nursing and Midwifery Order 2001 of the United Kingdom indicates that he or she is, or may act as, only a supplementary prescriber;

(b)     an optometrist, whose entry on the register established and maintained under section 7(a) of the Opticians Act 1989 of the United Kingdom indicates that he or she is, or may act as, only a supplementary prescriber;

(c)     a pharmacist, whose entry on the register established and maintained under article 19 of the Pharmacy Order 2010 of the United Kingdom indicates that he or she is, or may act as, only a supplementary prescriber;

(d)     a physiotherapist, podiatrist or radiographer, whose entry on the register established and maintained under article 5 of the Health and Social Work Professions Order 2001 of the United Kingdom indicates that he or she is, or may act as, only a supplementary prescriber.

 “unit preparation” means a preparation (including a mother tincture) that is prepared by a process of solution, extraction or trituration, with a view to being diluted tenfold or one hundredfold (either once or repeatedly) in an inert diluent and then used either in that diluted form or (where applicable) by impregnating tablets, granules, powders or other inert substances.[2]

(2)     In this Order –

(a)     in Schedules 1 and 2, the following abbreviations are used –

“g” for gram;

“iu” for international unit of activity;

“mcg” for microgram;

“mg” for milligram; and

“ml” for millilitre; and

(b)     in Schedule 1 –

(i)      entries in any of columns 2, 3 and 4 of Parts 1 and 2 relate only to the substances specified in column 1 against which they appear,

(ii)      where, in relation to a particular substance specified in column 1, an entry in any of columns 2, 3 and 4 bears a number or letter, that entry relates only to entries in the other of columns 2, 3 and 4 that bear the same number or letter, and

(iii)     the entries in column 4 of Part 1 shall be read subject to the note at the end of that Part.

(3)     Without prejudice to Article 10 of the Interpretation (Jersey) Law 1954, every provision in the Medicines (Jersey) Law 1995 that relates in any other way to its interpretation shall also apply in the same way to this Order, unless the context otherwise requires.

2        Prescription only medicines

The following descriptions and classes of medicinal products are specified for the purposes of Article 57(1)(a) of the Law, and are accordingly prescription only medicines, namely –

(a)     medicinal products that consist of or contain a substance specified in column 1 of Part 1 of Schedule 1 to this Order;

(b)     medicinal products that are controlled drugs;

(c)     medicinal products that are for parenteral administration, whether or not they fall within sub-paragraph (a) or (b) of this paragraph;

(d)     medicinal products that –

(i)      are not of a description and do not fall within a class specified in any of sub-paragraphs (a), (b) and (c) of this paragraph,

(ii)      are of a description in respect of which the conditions in Article 58(1) of the Law are fulfilled, and

(iii)     are products in respect of which a product licence is granted, after the commencement of this Order, containing a provision to the effect that the method of sale or supply of the medicinal product is to be only in accordance with a prescription given by a person who is an appropriate practitioner; and

(e)     cyanogenetic substances, other than preparations for external use.[3]

3        Medicinal products that are not prescription only medicines

(1)     Notwithstanding Article 2, a medicinal product shall not be a prescription only medicine by reason that it consists of or contains a substance specified in column 1 of Part 1 of Schedule 1, where –

(a)     in relation to that substance there is an entry in any of columns 2, 3 and 4;

(b)     the maximum strength in the product of that substance does not exceed the maximum strength (if any) specified in column 2; and

(c)     the medicinal product is sold or supplied –

(i)      if a pharmaceutical form or a route of administration is specified in column 3, in such pharmaceutical form, and for administration only by such route, as may be so specified,

(ii)      if a use is specified in column 3, in a container or package labelled (in either case) to show a use so specified to which the medicinal product is to be put but no use not so specified,

(iii)     if a maximum dose is specified in column 4, in a container or package labelled (in either case) to show a maximum dose not exceeding that specified, and

(iv)     if a maximum daily dose is specified in column 4, in a container or package labelled (in either case) to show a maximum daily dose not exceeding that specified.

(2)     Notwithstanding Article 2 of this Order, a medicinal product shall not be a prescription only medicine by reason that it is a controlled drug, where –

(a)     it contains not more than one of the substances specified in column 1 of Part 2 of Schedule 1 to this Order and no other controlled drug;

(b)     it contains that substance at a strength that does not exceed the maximum strength specified in column 2; and

(c)     it is sold or supplied –

(i)      in such pharmaceutical form as may be specified in column 3, and

(ii)      in or from a container or package labelled (in either case) to show a maximum dose not exceeding that specified in column 4.

(4)     Notwithstanding Article 2, a medicinal product specified in Part 3 or 4 of Schedule 1 shall not be a prescription only medicine.

4        New medicinal products

For the purposes of Article 58(2)(a) of the Law their duration shall be a period of 5 years.

5        Appropriate practitioner[4]

(1)     For the purposes of Article 57(1), the following are appropriate practitioners –

(a)     doctors;

(b)     dentists;

(c)     veterinary surgeons;

(d)     nurse independent prescribers;

(e)     optometrist independent prescribers, but only in relation to a medicinal product that is not a controlled drug and that is not for parenteral administration;

(f)      paramedic independent prescribers, but only in relation to a medicinal product that does not contain a controlled drug other than –

(i)      Codeine,

(ii)      Fentanyl,

(iii)     Midazolam, or

(iv)     Morphine; and

(g)     pharmacist independent prescribers;

(h)     physiotherapist independent prescribers, but only in relation to a medicinal product that does not contain a controlled drug other than –

(i)      Dihydrocodeine,

(ii)      Fentanyl,

(iii)     Morphine,

(iv)     Oxycodone, or

(v)     Temazepam;

(i)      podiatrist independent prescribers, but only in relation to a medicinal product that does not contain a controlled drug other than Dihydrocodeine or Temazepam;

(j)      supplementary prescribers;

(k)     therapeutic radiographer independent prescribers, but only in relation to a medicinal product that does not contain a controlled drug other than –

(i)      Codeine,

(ii)      Fentanyl,

(iii)     Midazolam,

(iv)     Morphine,

(v)     Oxycodone,

(vi)     Temazepam, or

(vii)    Tramadol.

(2)     In this Article, a reference to the following occupations is taken to be a reference to a person registered in respect of that occupation under the Health Care (Registration) (Jersey) Law 1995 –

(a)     nurse independent prescriber;

(b)     optometrist independent prescriber;

(c)     paramedic independent prescriber;

(d)     pharmacist independent prescriber;

(e)     physiotherapist independent prescriber;

(f)      podiatrist independent prescriber;

(g)     therapeutic radiographer independent prescriber.

6        Conditions for prescriptions relating to sale and supply[5]

(1)     For the purposes of Article 57(2)(a) of the Law (read with paragraph (4) of that Article), a prescription only medicine shall not be taken to be sold or supplied in accordance with a prescription given by an appropriate practitioner unless the conditions in paragraph (2) of this Article are fulfilled.

(2)     The conditions to which paragraph (1) refers are –

(a)     the prescription shall be written in ink or otherwise so as to be indelible, unless it is a health prescription that is not for a controlled drug specified in any of Schedules 1, 2 and 3 to the Misuse of Drugs (General Provisions) (Jersey) Order 1989, in which case it may be written using carbon paper or similar material;

(b)     the prescription shall be signed in ink, with his or her own name, by the practitioner giving it;

(c)     the prescription shall contain the following information –

(i)      the address of the practitioner giving it,

(ii)      the appropriate date,

(iii)     by virtue of which of the paragraphs of Article 5 the practitioner giving it is an appropriate practitioner,

(iv)     where the practitioner giving it is an appropriate practitioner other than a veterinary surgeon, the name and address of the person for whose treatment it is given and (if that person is under 12) his or her age, and

(v)     where the practitioner giving it is a veterinary surgeon, the name and address of the person to whom the prescription only medicine is to be delivered, and a declaration by that veterinary surgeon that the prescription only medicine is prescribed for an animal or herd under his or her care;

(ca)    in the case of a prescription given by a supplementary prescriber, the supplementary prescriber –

(i)      has given the prescription in accordance with the terms of a clinical management plan containing the information specified in Schedule 4, such plan relating to an individual patient and to which the following are parties –

(A)    the patient,

(B)     the patient’s doctor or dentist, and

(C)     the supplementary prescriber, and

(ii)      has access to the health records of the patient to whom the clinical management plan relates to the extent that such records are used by the doctor or dentist who is a party to the plan;

(d)     the prescription shall not be dispensed after the end of the period of 6 months from the appropriate date unless it is a repeatable prescription, in which case it shall not be dispensed for the first time after the end of that period or otherwise than in accordance with the direction contained in the repeatable prescription; and

(e)     in the case of a repeatable prescription that does not specify the number of times that it may be dispensed, the prescription shall not be dispensed on more than 2 occasions unless it is a prescription for oral contraceptives, in which case it may be dispensed 6 times before the end of the period of 6 months from the appropriate date.[6]

(3)     The restrictions in Article 57(2)(a) of the Law shall not apply to a sale or supply of a prescription only medicine that, by reason only that a condition in paragraph (2) of this Article is not fulfilled, is not in accordance with a prescription given by an appropriate practitioner, where the person selling or supplying the prescription only medicine, having exercised all due diligence, believes on reasonable grounds that that condition is fulfilled in relation to that sale or supply.

(4)     In paragraph (2), the “appropriate date” means –

(a)     in the case of a health prescription –

(i)      the date on which it was signed by the practitioner by whom it was given, or

(ii)      if it also contains a date indicated by him or her as being the date before which it shall not be dispensed, the later of the 2 dates; and

(b)     in every other case, the date on which the prescription was signed by the practitioner by whom it was given.

6A     Conditions for prescriptions – administration[7]

(1)     For the purposes of Article 57(2)(b) of the Law (read with paragraph (4) of that Article), a prescription only medicine shall not be taken to be administered by a supplementary prescriber or by a person acting in accordance with the directions of a supplementary prescriber unless the conditions in paragraph (2) are met.

(2)     Those conditions are that –

(a)     the supplementary prescriber is acting in accordance with the terms of a clinical management plan containing the information specified in Schedule 4, such plan relating to an individual patient to which the following are parties –

(i)      the patient,

(ii)      the patient’s doctor or dentist, and

(iii)     the supplementary prescriber; and

(b)     the supplementary prescriber has access to the health records of the patient to whom the clinical management plan relates to the extent that such records are used by the doctor or dentist who is a party to the plan.

7        Exemption for highly diluted medicinal products

The restrictions in Article 57(2) of the Law shall not apply to the sale, supply or administration of a medicinal product that is not for parenteral administration and only consists of or only contains one or more of the substances specified in column 1 of Part 1 or 2 of Schedule 1 to this Order, where –

(a)     each unit preparation has been diluted to at least one part in a million (6x), and the person selling, supplying or administering the medicinal product has been requested by or on behalf of a particular person and in that person’s presence to use his or her own judgment as to the treatment required; or

(b)     each such unit preparation has been diluted to at least one part in a million million (6c).

8        Exemptions for specified categories of persons

(1)     The restrictions in Article 57(2)(a) of the Law shall not apply –

(a)     to the sale or supply by a person specified in column 1 of Part 1 of Schedule 2 to this Order; or

(b)     to the supply by a person specified in column 1 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 to this Order,

of a prescription only medicine specified in column 2 of Part 1 or 2 of that Schedule in relation to that person, where the conditions in the corresponding paragraph in column 3 of that Part are fulfilled.

(2)     The restriction in Article 57(2)(b) of the Law shall not apply to the administration by a person specified in column 1 of Part 3 of Schedule 2 to this Order of a prescription only medicine for parenteral administration specified in column 2 of that Part in relation to that person, where the conditions in the corresponding paragraph in column 3 of that Part are fulfilled.

9        Exemption for emergency sale or supply

(1)     The restrictions in Article 57(2)(a) of the Law shall not apply to the sale or supply of a prescription only medicine by a person who is lawfully conducting a retail pharmacy business, where the conditions in paragraph (2) of this Article or the alternative conditions in paragraph (3) of this Article are fulfilled.

(2)     The conditions to which paragraph (1) of this Article refers are –

(a)     the pharmacist by or under whose supervision the prescription only medicine is to be sold or supplied is satisfied that the sale or supply has been requested by a doctor who, by reason of any emergency, is unable to furnish a prescription immediately;

(b)     the doctor has undertaken to furnish the person lawfully conducting the retail pharmacy business with a prescription within 72 hours;

(c)     the prescription only medicine is sold or supplied in accordance with the directions of the doctor requesting it;

(d)     the prescription only medicine is not a controlled drug specified in any of Schedules 1, 2 and 3 to the Misuse of Drugs (General Provisions) (Jersey) Order 1989; and

(e)     an entry is made in the register to be kept under Article 3(1) of the Medicines (Sale and Supply) (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Jersey) Order 1997, within the appropriate time specified in that Article, of the information in paragraph 1 of Schedule 2 to that Order.

(3)     The alternative conditions to which paragraph (1) of this Article refers are –

(a)     the pharmacist by or under whose supervision the prescription only medicine is to be sold or supplied has interviewed the person requesting a prescription only medicine and is satisfied –

(i)      that there is an immediate need for that prescription only medicine to be sold or supplied and that it is impracticable in the circumstances to obtain a prescription without undue delay,

(ii)      that treatment with that prescription only medicine has been prescribed on a previous occasion by a doctor for the person requesting it from the pharmacist, or (as far as the pharmacist is reasonably able to ascertain) has been lawfully prescribed on a previous occasion by a medical practitioner outside Jersey for the person requesting it from the pharmacist, and

(iii)     as to the dose which, in the circumstances, it would be appropriate for that person to take;

(b)     the prescription only medicine –

(i)      will be sold or supplied in no greater quantity than will provide 5 days’ treatment,

(ii)      is a preparation of insulin, an aerosol for the relief of asthma, an ointment or a cream, and has been made up for sale in a container elsewhere than at the place of sale or supply, and is the smallest pack that the pharmacist has available for sale or supply,

(iii)     is an oral contraceptive and is sufficient, but no more than sufficient, for a full cycle, or

(iv)     is an antibiotic for oral administration in liquid form, and is the smallest quantity that will provide a full course of treatment;

(c)     the prescription only medicine does not consist of or contain a substance specified in Schedule 3 to this Order and is not a controlled drug specified in any of the Schedules to the Misuse of Drugs (General Provisions) (Jersey) Order 1989;

(d)     an entry is made in the register to be kept under Article 3(1) of the Medicines (Sale and Supply) (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Jersey) Order 1997 within the appropriate time specified in that Article, of the information in paragraph 3 of Schedule 2 to that Order; and

(e)     the container or package of the prescription only medicine is labelled so as to show –

(i)      the date on which the prescription only medicine is sold or supplied,

(ii)      the name, quantity and (unless it is apparent from the name) the pharmaceutical form and strength of the prescription only medicine,

(iii)     the name of the person requesting the prescription only medicine,

(iv)     the name and address of the registered pharmacy from which the prescription only medicine is sold or supplied, and

(v)     the words “Emergency Supply”.[8]

(4)     The conditions in paragraph (2)(d) of this Article and in paragraph (3)(c) of this Article shall not apply where the prescription only medicine –

(a)     consists of or contains phenobarbitone or phenobarbitone sodium (but no other substance specified in Schedule 3 to this Order or in any of the Schedules to the Misuse of Drugs (General Provisions) (Jersey) Order 1989); and

(b)     is sold or supplied for use in the treatment of epilepsy.

10      Exemption for sale or supply in hospitals or the prison[9]

(1)     The restrictions in Article 57(2)(a) of the Law shall not apply to the sale or supply of any prescription only medicine –

(a)     in the course of the business of a hospital; or

(b)     by a pharmacy to the prison under the terms of a contract to supply medicinal products for the benefit of prisoners,

in accordance with the written directions of an appropriate practitioner, other than a supplementary prescriber, even though those directions do not fulfil the conditions in Article 6(2) of this Order.

(2)     In the case of directions given by a supplementary prescriber, paragraph (1) applies except that the condition in Article 6(2)(ca) must be fulfilled as if the references to a prescription in that sub-paragraph were references to the directions given by the supplementary prescriber.

11      Exemption for authorised needle supply services[10]

The restrictions of Article 57(2)(a) of the Law shall not apply to the supply by a person, for parenteral administration, of ampoules of sterile water, if the supply is made by the person in the course of acting on behalf of a service provided by or on behalf of the States for the purpose of enabling the supply of syringes, and associated articles, so as to reduce the spread of disease.

12      Exemption for sale or supply in cases involving another’s default

The restrictions in Article 57(2)(a) of the Law shall not apply to the sale or supply of a prescription only medicine by a person who, having exercised all due diligence, believes on reasonable grounds that the product sold or supplied is not a prescription only medicine, and it is because of an act or default of another person that the product is a product to which that sub-paragraph applies.

13      Exemption in the case of forged prescription

The restrictions in Article 57(2)(a) of the Law shall not apply to the sale or supply of a prescription only medicine by a pharmacist in accordance with a forged prescription where the pharmacist, having exercised all due diligence, believes on reasonable grounds that the prescription is genuine.

14      Exemption for parenteral administration to human beings

The restriction in Article 57(2)(b) of the Law shall not apply to the administration to human beings of any of the following medicinal products for parenteral administration, namely –

adrenaline injection BP;

atropine sulphate injection;

chlorpheniramine injection;

cobalt edetate injection;

dextrose injection strong B.P.C.;

diphenhydramine injection;

glucagon injection;

hydrocortisone injection;

mepyramine injection;

naloxone injection;

promethazine hydrochloride injection;

snake venom antiserum;

sodium nitrite injection;

sodium thiosulphate injection; and

sterile pralidoxime injection,

where it is administered for the purpose of saving life in an emergency.

15      Exemption for non-parenteral administration to human beings

The restriction in Article 57(2)(b) of the Law shall not apply to the administration to human beings of a prescription only medicine that is not for parenteral administration.

16      Citation

This Order may be cited as the Medicines (Prescription Only) (Jersey) Order 1997.

 

 


SCHEDULE 1

(Articles 1(2), 2(a), 3(1) and 7)

PART 1[11]

PRESCRIPTION ONLY MEDICINES

[Note –

(x)     indicates that the entry is to be read subject to paragraph 1 of the note at the end of Part 1 of Schedule 1

(y)     indicates that the entry is to be read subject to paragraph 2 of the note at the end of Part 1 of Schedule 1]

 

Prescription Only Medicine

Circumstances In Which Substances Are Not Prescription Only Medicines

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Substance

Maximum strength

Use, pharmaceutical form or route of administration

Maximum dose and maximum daily dose

Acamprosate

 

 

 

Acarbose

 

 

 

Acebutolol Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Aceclofenac

 

 

 

Acemetacin

 

 

 

Acetarsol

 

 

 

Acetazolamide

 

 

 

Acetazolamide Sodium

 

 

 

Acetohexamide

 

 

 

Acetylcholine Chloride

0.2%

External

 

Acetylcysteine

 

 

 

Aciclovir

 

 

 

Acipimox

 

 

 

Acitretin

 

 

 

Aclarubicin Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Aconite

1.3%

External

 

Acrivastine

 

 

 

Acrosoxacin

 

 

 

Actinomycin C

 

 

 

Actinomycin D

 

 

 

Adapalene

 

 

 

Adenosine

 

 

 

Adrenaline

 

(1) By inhaler

(2) External

 

Adrenaline Acid Tartrate

 

(1) By inhaler

(2) External

 

Adrenaline Hydrochloride

 

(1) By inhaler

(2) External

 

Adrenocortical Extract

 

 

 

Aclofenac

 

 

 

Albendazole

 

 

 

Alclometasone Dipropionate

 

 

 

Alcuronium Chloride

 

 

 

Aldesleukin

 

 

 

Aldosterone

 

 

 

Alendronate Sodium

 

 

 

Alfacalcidol

 

 

 

Alfuzosin Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Allergen Extracts

 

 

 

Allopurinol

 

 

 

Allyloestrenol

 

 

 

Aloxiprin

 

 

 

Alphadolone Acetate

 

 

 

Alphaxalone

 

 

 

Alprenolol

 

 

 

Alprenolol Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Alprostadil

 

 

 

Alseroxylon

 

 

 

Altretamine

 

 

 

Amantadine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Ambenonium Chloride

 

 

 

Ambutonium Bromide

 

 

 

Amcinonide

 

 

 

Ametazole Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Amethocaine

 

Any use (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Amethocaine Gentisate

 

Any use (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Amethocaine Hydrochloride

 

Any use (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Amikacin Sulphate

 

 

 

Amiloride Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Aminocaproic Acid

 

 

 

Aminoglutethimide

 

 

 

Aminopterin Sodium

 

 

 

Amiodarone Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Amiphenazole Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Amisulpride

 

 

 

Amitriptyline

 

 

 

Amitriptyline Embonate

 

 

 

Amitriptyline Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Amlodipine Besylate

 

 

 

Ammonium Bromide

 

 

 

Amodiaquine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Amorolfine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Amoxapine

 

 

 

Amoxycillin

 

 

 

Amoxycillin Sodium

 

 

 

Amoxycillin Trihydrate

 

 

 

Amphomycin Calcium

 

 

 

Amphotericin

 

 

 

Ampicillin

 

 

 

Ampicillin Sodium

 

 

 

Ampicillin Trihydrate

 

 

 

Amsacrine

 

 

 

Amygdalin

 

 

 

Amyl Nitrite

 

 

 

Amylocaine Hydrochloride

 

Any use (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Anastrazole

 

 

 

Ancrod

 

 

 

Androsterone

 

 

 

Angiotensin Amide

 

 

 

Anistreplase

 

 

 

Anterior Pituitary Extract

 

 

 

Antimony Barium Tartrate

 

 

 

Antimony Dimercaptosuccinate

 

 

 

Antimony Lithium Thiomalate

 

 

 

Antimony Pentasulphide

 

 

 

Antimony Potassium Tartrate

 

 

 

Antimony Sodium Tartrate

 

 

 

Antimony Sodium Thiogycollate

 

 

 

Antimony Sulphate

 

 

 

Antimony Trichloride

 

 

 

Antimony Trioxide

 

 

 

Antimony Trisulphide

 

 

 

Apiol

 

 

 

Apomorphine

 

 

 

Apomorphine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Apraclonidine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Aprotinin

 

 

 

Arecoline Hydrobromide

 

 

 

Argipressin

 

 

 

Aristolochia

 

 

 

Aristolochia Clematitis

 

 

 

Aristolochia Contorta

 

 

 

Aristolochia Debelis

 

 

 

Aristolochia Fang-chi

 

 

 

Aristolochia Manshuriensis

 

 

 

Aristolochia Serpentaria

 

 

 

Arsenic

 

 

 

Arsenic Triiodide

 

 

 

Arsenic Trioxide

 

 

 

Arsphenamine

 

 

 

Aspirin

 

Any form (except non-effervescent tablets or capsules)

 

Astemizole

 

 

 

Atenolol

 

 

 

Atorvastatin

 

 

 

Atorvastatin Calcium

 

 

 

Atovaquone

 

 

 

Atracurium Besylate

 

 

 

Atropine

 

(1) Internal:
(a) by inhaler
(b) otherwise than by inhaler

 

(b) 300 mcg (MD) 1 mg (MDD)(x)

 

 

(2) External (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Atropine Methobromide

 

(1) Internal:
(a) by inhaler
(b) otherwise than by inhaler

 

(b) 400 mcg (MD) 1.3mg (MDD)(x)

 

 

(2) External (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Atropine Methonitrate

 

Internal:
(a) by inhaler
(b) otherwise than by inhaler

 

(b) 400 mcg (MD) 1.3 mg (MDD)(x)

Atropine Oxide Hydrochloride

 

(1) Internal:
(a) by inhaler
(b) otherwise than by inhaler

 

(b) 360mcg (MD) 1.2mg (MDD)(x)

 

 

(2) External (except local opthalmic use)

 

Atropine Sulphate

 

(1) Internal:
(a) by inhaler
(b) otherwise than by inhaler

 

(b) 360 mcg (MD) 1.2 mg (MD)(x)

 

 

(2) External (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Auranofin

 

 

 

Azapropazone

 

 

 

Azathioprine

 

 

 

Azathioprine Sodium

 

 

 

Azelaic Acid

 

 

 

Azelastine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Azidocillin Potassium

 

 

 

Azithromycin

 

 

 

Azlocillin Sodium

 

 

 

Aztreonam

 

 

 

Bacampicillin Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Bacitracin

 

 

 

Bacitracin Methylene Disalicylate

 

 

 

Bacitracin Zinc

 

 

 

Baclofen

 

 

 

Balsalazide Sodium

 

 

 

Bambuterol Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Barium Carbonate

 

 

 

Barium Chloride

 

 

 

Barium Sulphide

 

 

 

Beclamide

 

 

 

Beclomethasone

 

 

 

Beclomethasone Diproprionate

 

 

 

Belladonna Herb

 

(1) Internal

(2) External

(1) 1 mg of the alkaloids (MDD)

Belladonna Root

 

(1) Internal

(2) External

(1) 1 mg of the alkaloids (MDD)

Bemegride

 

 

 

Bemegride Sodium

 

 

 

Benapryzine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Bendrofluazide

 

 

 

Benethamine Penicillin

 

 

 

Benoxaprofen

 

 

 

Benperidol

 

 

 

Benserazide

 

 

 

Benserazide Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Bentiromide

 

 

 

Benzathine Penicillin

 

 

 

Benzbromarone

 

 

 

Benzhexol Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Benzilonium Bromide

 

 

 

Benzocaine

 

Any use (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Benzoctamine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Benzoyl Peroxide

10.0%

External

 

N-Benzoyl Sulphanilamide

 

 

 

Benzquinamide

 

 

 

Benzquinamide Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Benzthiazide

 

 

 

Benztropine Mesylate

 

 

 

Benzylpenicillin Calcium

 

 

 

Benzylpenicillin Potassium

 

 

 

Benzylpenicillin Sodium

 

 

 

Beractant

 

 

 

Betahistine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Betamethasone

 

 

 

Betamethasone Adamantoate

 

 

 

Betamethasone Benzoate

 

 

 

Betamethasone Dipropionate

 

 

 

Betamethasone Sodium Phosphate

 

 

 

Betamethasone Valerate

 

 

 

Betaxolol Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Bethanechol Chloride

 

 

 

Bethanidine Sulphate

 

 

 

Bezafibrate

 

 

 

Bicalutamide

 

 

 

Biperiden Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Biperiden Lactate

 

 

 

Bismuth Glycollylarsanilate

 

 

 

Bisoprolol Fumarate

 

 

 

Bleomycin

 

 

 

Bleomycin Sulphate

 

 

 

Bretylium Tosylate

 

 

 

Brimonidine Tartrate

 

 

 

Bromhexine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Bromocriptine Mesylate

 

 

 

Bromperidol

 

 

 

Bromvaletone

 

 

 

Brotizolam

 

 

 

Budesonide

 

 

 

Bufexamac

 

 

 

Bumetanide

 

 

 

Buphenine Hydrochloride

 

 

6 mg (MD)

18 mg  (MDD)

Bupivacaine

 

Any use (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Bupivacaine Hydrochloride

 

Any use (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Buserelin Acetate

 

 

 

Buspirone Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Busulphan

 

 

 

Butacaine Sulphate

 

Any use (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Butorphenol Tartrate

 

 

 

Butriptyline Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Cabergoline

 

 

 

Calcipotriol

 

 

 

Calcipotriol Hydrate

 

 

 

Calcitonin

 

 

 

Calcitriol

 

 

 

Calcium Amphomycin

 

 

 

Calcium Benzamidosalicylate

 

 

 

Calcium Bromide

 

 

 

Calcium Bromidolactobionate

 

 

 

Calcium Carbimide

 

 

 

Calcium Folinate

 

 

 

Calcium Metrizoate

 

 

 

Calcium Sulphaloxate

 

 

 

Candesartan Cilexetil

 

 

 

Candicidin

 

 

 

Canrenoic Acid

 

 

 

Cantharidin

0.01%

External

 

Capreomycin Sulphate

 

 

 

Captopril

 

 

 

Carbachol

 

 

 

Carbamazepine

 

 

 

Carbaryl

 

 

 

Carbasalate Calcium

 

 

 

Carbenicillin Sodium

 

 

 

Carbenoxolone Sodium

 

 

 

(1) Pellet

 

 

(1) 5 mg (MD)

25 mg (MDD)

 

(2) 2.0%

(2) Gel

 

Carbidopa

 

 

 

Carbimazole

 

 

 

Carbocisteine

 

 

 

Carbon Tetrachloride

 

 

 

Carboplatin

 

 

 

Carboprost Trometamol

 

 

 

Carbuterol Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Carfecillin Sodium

 

 

 

Carindacillin Sodium

 

 

 

Carisoprodol

 

 

 

Carmustine

 

 

 

Carperidine

 

 

 

Carteolol Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Cefaclor

 

 

 

Cefadroxil

 

 

 

Cefazedone Sodium

 

 

 

Cefdinir

 

 

 

Cefixime

 

 

 

Cefodizime Sodium

 

 

 

Cefotaxime Sodium

 

 

 

Cefoxitin Sodium

 

 

 

Cefpodoxime Proxetil

 

 

 

Cefprozil

 

 

 

Cefsulodin Sodium

 

 

 

Ceftazidime

 

 

 

Ceftizoxime Sodium

 

 

 

Ceftriaxone Sodium

 

 

 

Cefuroxime Axetil

 

 

 

Cefuroxime Sodium

 

 

 

Celiprolol Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Cephalexin

 

 

 

Cephalexin Sodium

 

 

 

Cephaloridine

 

 

 

Cephalothin Sodium

 

 

 

Cephamandole Nafate

 

 

 

Cephazolin Sodium

 

 

 

Cephradine

 

 

 

Cerium Oxalate

 

 

 

Cerivastatin

 

 

 

Cerivastatin Sodium

 

 

 

Ceruletide Diethylamine

 

 

 

Cetirizine

 

 

 

Chenodeoxycholic Acid

 

 

 

Chloral Hydrate

 

External

 

Chlorambucil

 

 

 

Chloramphenicol

 

 

 

Chloramphenicol Cinnamate

 

 

 

Chloramphenicol Palmitate

 

 

 

Chloramphenicol Sodium Succinate

 

 

 

Chlorhexadol

 

 

 

Chlormadinone Acetate

 

 

 

Chlormerodrin

 

 

 

Chlormethiazole

 

 

 

Chlormethiazole Edisylate

 

 

 

Chlormezanone

 

 

 

Chloroform

(1) 5.0%

(1) Internal

(2) External

 

Chloroquine Phosphate

 

Prophylaxis of malaria

 

Chloroquine Sulphate

 

Prophylaxis of malaria

 

Chlorothiazide

 

 

 

Chlorotrianisene

 

 

 

Chlorphenoxamine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Chlorpromazine

 

 

 

Chlorpromazine Embonate

 

 

 

Chlorpromazine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Chlorpropamide

 

 

 

Chlorprothixene

 

 

 

Chlorprothixene Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Chlortetracycline

 

 

 

Chlortetracycline Calcium

 

 

 

Chlortetracycline Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Chlorthalidone

 

 

 

Chlorzoxazone

 

 

 

Cholestyramine

 

 

 

Chorionic Gonadotrophin

 

 

 

Ciclacillin

 

 

 

Ciclobendazole

 

 

 

Cidofovir

 

 

 

Cilastatin Sodium

 

 

 

Cilazapril

 

 

 

Cimetidine

 

 

 

Cimetidine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Cinchocaine

3.0%

Any use (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Cinchocaine Hydrochloride

Equivalent of 3.0% of Cinchocaine

Any use (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Cinchophen

 

 

 

Cinoxacin

 

 

 

Ciprofibrate

 

 

 

Ciprofloxacin

 

 

 

Ciprofloxacin Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Cisapride

 

 

 

Cisplatin

 

 

 

Citalopram Hydrobromide

 

 

 

Clarithromycin

 

 

 

Clavulanic Acid

 

 

 

Clenbuterol Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Clidinium Bromide

 

 

 

Clindamycin

 

 

 

Clindamycin Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Clindamycin Palmitate Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Clindamycin Phosphate

 

 

 

Clioquinol

(1) 35 mg

(1) Treatment of mouth ulcers

(2) External (except treatment of mouth ulcers)

(1) 350 mg (MDD)

Clobetasol Propionate

 

 

 

Clobetasone Butyrate

 

 

 

Clofazimine

 

 

 

Clofibrate

 

 

 

Clomiphene Citrate

 

 

 

Clomipramine

 

 

 

Clomipramine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Clomocycline

 

 

 

Clomocycline Sodium

 

 

 

Clonidine

 

 

 

Clonidine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Clopamide

 

 

 

Clopenthixol Decanoate

 

 

 

Clopenthixol Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Clorexolone

 

 

 

Clostebol Acetate

 

 

 

Clotrimazole

 

External but, in the case of vaginal use, only for the treatment of vaginal candidiasis

 

Cloxacillin Benzathine

 

 

 

Cloxacillin Sodium

 

 

 

Clozapine

 

 

 

Cocculus Indicus

 

 

 

Co-dergocrine Mesylate

 

 

 

Colaspase

 

 

 

Colchicine

 

 

 

Colestipol Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Colfosceril Palmitate

 

 

 

Colistin Sulphate

 

 

 

Colistin Sulphomethate

 

 

 

Colistin Sulphomethate Sodium

 

 

 

Coniine

 

 

 

Conium Leaf

7.0%

External

 

Corticotrophin

 

 

 

Cortisone

 

 

 

Cortisone Acetate

 

 

 

Co-tetroxazine

 

 

 

Co-Trimoxazole

 

 

 

Copropamide

 

 

 

Crotethamide

 

 

 

Croton Oil

 

 

 

Croton Seed

 

 

 

Curare

 

 

 

Cyclofenil

 

 

 

Cyclopenthiazide

 

 

 

Cyclopentolate Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Cyclophosphamide

 

 

 

Cycloserine

 

 

 

Cyclosporin

 

 

 

Cyclothiazide

 

 

 

Cyproterone Acetate

 

 

 

Cytarabine

 

 

 

Cytarabine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Dacarbazine

 

 

 

Dalteparin Sodium

 

 

 

Danazol

 

 

 

Danthron

 

 

 

Dantrolene Sodium

 

 

 

Dapsone

 

 

 

Dapsone Ethane Ortho Sulphonate

 

 

 

Daunorubicin Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Deanol Bitartrate

 

 

26 mg (MDD)

Debrisoquine Sulphate

 

 

 

Demecarium Bromide

 

 

 

Demeclocycline

 

 

 

Demeclocycline Calcium

 

 

 

Demeclocycline Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Deoxycortone Acetate

 

 

 

Deoxycortone Pivalate

 

 

 

Deptotropine Citrate

 

 

 

Dequalinium Chloride

(1) 0.25 mg

(1) Internal: throat lozenges or throat pastilles

 

 

(2) 1.0%

(2) External: paint

 

Deserpidine

 

 

 

Desferrioxamine Mesylate

 

 

 

Desflurane

 

 

 

Desfluorotriamcinolone

 

 

 

Desipramine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Deslanoside

 

 

 

Desmopressin

 

 

 

Desogestrel

 

 

 

Desonide

 

 

 

Desoxymethasone

 

 

 

Dexamethasone

 

 

 

Dexamethasone Acetate

 

 

 

Dexamethasone Isonicotinate

 

 

 

Dexamethasone Phenylpropionate

 

 

 

Dexamethaone Pivalate

 

 

 

Dexamethasone Sodium m-Sulphobenzoate

 

 

 

Dexamethasone Sodium Phosphate

 

 

 

Dexamethasone Troxundate

 

 

 

Dexfenfluramine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Dextromethorphan Hydrobromide

 

Internal

In the case of a controlled release preparation: equivalent of 30 mg of Dextromethor-phan (MD) equivalent of 75 mg of Dextromethor-phan (MDD)

 

 

 

In any other case: equivalent of 15 mg of Dextromethor-phan (MD) equivalent of 75 mg of Dextromethor-phan (MDD)

Dextrothyroxine Sodium

 

 

 

Diazoxide

 

 

 

Dibenzepin Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Dichloralphenazone

 

 

 

Dichlorphenamide

 

 

 

Diclofenac Diethylammonium

 

 

 

Diclofenac Potassium

 

 

 

Diclofenac Sodium

 

 

 

Dicyclomine Hydrochloride

 

 

10 mg (MD) 60 mg (MDD)

Didanosine

 

 

 

Dienoestrol

 

 

 

Diethanolamine Fusidate

 

 

 

Diflucortolone Valerate

 

 

 

Diflunisal

 

 

 

Digitalin

 

 

 

Digitalis Leaf

 

 

 

Digitalis, Prepared

 

 

 

Digitoxin

 

 

 

Digoxin

 

 

 

Dihydralazine Sulphate

 

 

 

Dihydroergotamine Mesylate

 

 

 

Dihydrostreptomycin

 

 

 

Dihydrostreptomycin Sulphate

 

 

 

Diloxanide Furoate

 

 

 

Diltiazem Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Dimercaprol

 

 

 

Dimethisoquin Hydrochloride

 

Any use (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Dimethisterone

 

 

 

Dimethothiazine Mesylate

 

 

 

Dimethyl Sulphoxide

 

 

 

Dimethyltubocurarine Bromide

 

 

 

Dimethyltubocurarine Chloride

 

 

 

Dimethyltubocurarine lodide

 

 

 

Dinoprost

 

 

 

Dinoprost Trometamol

 

 

 

Dinoprostone

 

 

 

Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride

 

All preparations except liquid-filled capsules

 

Dipivefrin Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Dipyridamole

 

 

 

Disodium Etidronate

 

 

 

Disopyramide

 

 

 

Disopyramide Phosphate

 

 

 

Distigmine Bromide

 

 

 

Disulfiram

 

 

 

Dithranol

1.00%

 

 

Dobutamine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Dolasetron Mesilate

 

 

 

Domperidone

 

 

 

Domperidone Maleate

 

 

 

Donepezil

 

 

 

Donepezil Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Dopamine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Dopexamine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Dorzolamide Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Dothiepin

 

 

 

Dothiepin Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Doxapram Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Doxazosin Mesylate

 

 

 

Doxepin Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Doxorubicin

 

 

 

Doxorubicin Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Doxycycline

 

 

 

Doxycycline Calcium Chelate

 

 

 

Doxycycline Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Droperidol

 

 

 

Drostanolone

 

 

 

Drostanolone Propionate

 

 

 

Dydrogesterone

 

 

 

Dyflos

 

 

 

Econazole

 

External, but in the case of vaginal use, only for the treatment of vaginal candidiasis

 

Econazole Nitrate

 

External, but in the case of vaginal use, only for the treatment of vaginal candidiasis

 

Ecothiopate Iodide

 

 

 

Edrophonium Chloride

 

 

 

Eflornithine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Eformoterol Fumarate

 

 

 

Embutramide

 

 

 

Emepronium Bromide

 

 

 

Emetine

1.0%

 

 

Emetine Bismuth

 

 

 

Iodide

 

 

 

Emetine Hydrochloride

Equivalent of 1.0% of Emetine

 

 

Enalapril Maleate

 

 

 

Encephalitis Virus, Tick-borne, Central European

 

 

 

Enoxacin

 

 

 

Enoxaparin Sodium

 

 

 

Enoximone

 

 

 

Ephedrine

 

(1) Internal (other than nasal sprays or nasal drops)

(1) 30 mg (MD) 60 mg (MDD)

 

(2) 2.0%

(2) Nasal sprays or nasal drops

 

 

 

(3) External

 

Ephedrine Hydrochloride

 

(1) Internal (other than nasal sprays or nasal drops)

(1) Equivalent of 30 mg of Ephedrine (MD) Equivalent of 60 mg of Ephedrine (MDD)

 

(2) Equivalent of 2.0% of Ephedrine

(2) Nasal sprays or nasal drops

 

 

 

(3) External

 

Ephedrine Sulphate

 

(1) Internal (other than nasal sprays or nasal drops)

(1) Equivalent of 30 mg of Ephedrine (MD) Equivalent of 60 mg of Ephedrine (MDD)

 

(2) Equivalent of 2.0% of Ephedrine

(2) Nasal sprays or nasal drops

 

 

 

(3) External

 

Epicillin

 

 

 

Epirubicin

 

 

 

Epirubicin Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Epithiazide

 

 

 

Epoetin Alfa

 

 

 

Epoetin Beta

 

 

 

Epoprostenol Sodium

 

 

 

Ergometrine Maleate

 

 

 

Ergometrine Tartrate

 

 

 

Ergot, Prepared

 

 

 

Ergotamine Tartrate

 

 

 

Erythromycin

 

 

 

Erythromycin Estolate

 

 

 

Erythromycin Ethyl Carbonate

 

 

 

Erythromycin Ethyl Succinate

 

 

 

Erythromycin Lactobionate

 

 

 

Erythromycin Phosphate

 

 

 

Erythromycin Stearate

 

 

 

Erythromycin Thiocyanate

 

 

 

Esmolol Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Estramustine Phosphate

 

 

 

Estramustine Sodium Phosphate

 

 

 

Etafedrine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Ethacrynic Acid

 

 

 

Ethambutol Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Ethamivan

 

 

 

Ethamsylate

 

 

 

Ethiazide

 

 

 

Ethinyl Androstenediol

 

 

 

Ethinyloestradiol

 

 

 

Ethionamide

 

 

 

Ethisterone

 

 

 

Ethoglucid

 

 

 

Ethoheptazine Citrate

 

 

 

Ethopropazine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Ethosuximide

 

 

 

Ethotoin

 

 

 

Ethyl Biscoumacetate

 

 

 

Ethyloestrenol

 

 

 

Ethynodiol Diacetate

 

 

 

Etodolac

 

 

 

Etomidate

 

 

 

Etomidate Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Etoposide

 

 

 

Etretinate

 

 

 

Exemestane

 

 

 

Famotidine

 

 

 

Fazadinium Bromide

 

 

 

Felbinac

 

 

 

Felodipine

 

 

 

Felypressin

 

 

 

Fenbufen

 

 

 

Fencamfamin Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Fenclofenac

 

 

 

Fenfluramine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Fenofibrate

 

 

 

Fenoprofen

 

 

 

Fenoprofen Calcium

 

 

 

Fenoterol Hydrobromide

 

 

 

Fenticonazole Nitrate

 

External use (but, in the case of vaginal use, only for the treatment of vulvovaginal candidiasis)

 

Feprazone

 

 

 

Ferrous Arsenate

 

 

 

Ferumoxsil

 

 

 

Fexofenadine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Filgrastim

 

 

 

Finasteride

 

 

 

Flavoxate Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Flecainide Acetate

 

 

 

Flosequinan

 

 

 

Fluanisone

 

 

 

Flubendazole

 

 

 

Fluclorolone Acetonide

 

 

 

Flucloxacillin Magnesium

 

 

 

Flucloxacillin Sodium

 

 

 

Fluconazole

 

 

 

Flucylosine

 

 

 

Fludrocortisone Acetate

 

 

 

Flufenamic Acid

 

 

 

Flumazenil

 

 

 

Flumethasone

 

 

 

Flumethasone Pivalate

 

 

 

Flunisolide

 

 

 

Fluocinolone Acetonide

 

 

 

Fluocinonide

 

 

 

Fluocortin Butyl

 

 

 

Fluocortolone

 

 

 

Fluocortolone Hexanoate

 

 

 

Fluocortolone Pivalate

 

 

 

Fluorescein Dilaurate

 

 

 

Fluorometholone

 

 

 

Fluorouracil

 

 

 

Fluorouracil Trometamol

 

 

 

Fluoxetine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Fluoxymesterone

 

 

 

Flupenthixol Decanoate

 

 

 

Flupenthixol Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Fluperolone Acetate

 

 

 

Fluphenazine Decanoate

 

 

 

Fluphenazine Enantate

 

 

 

Fluphenazine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Fluprednidene Acetate

 

 

 

Fluprednisolone

 

 

 

Fluprostenol Sodium

 

 

 

Flurandrenolone

 

 

 

Flurbiprofen

8.75 mg

throat lozenges

43.75 mg (MDD)

Flurbiprofen Sodium

 

 

 

Fluspirilene

 

 

 

Flutamide

 

 

 

Fluticasone Propionate

 

Aqueous nasal sprays for the treatment of allergic rhinitis in persons not less than 18 years

 

Flutrimazole

 

 

 

Fluvastatin Sodium

 

 

 

Fluvoxamine Maleate

 

 

 

Folic Acid

 

 

500 mcg (MDD)

Formestane

 

 

 

Formocortal

 

 

 

Formoterol Fumarate

 

 

 

Foscarnet Sodium

 

 

 

Fosfestrol Sodium

 

 

 

Fosfomycin Trometamol

 

 

 

Fosinopril Sodium

 

 

 

Framycetin Sulphate

 

 

 

Frusemide

 

 

 

Furazolidone

 

 

 

Fusafungine

 

 

 

Fusidic Acid

 

 

 

Gabapentin

 

 

 

Gadolinium

 

 

 

Gadoteridol

 

 

 

Gallamine Triethiodide

 

 

 

Ganciclovir

 

 

 

Ganciclovir Sodium

 

 

 

Gelsemine

0.1%

 

 

Gelsemium

 

 

25 mg (MD) 75 mg (MDD)

Gemeprost

 

 

 

Gemfibrozil

 

 

 

Gentamicin

 

 

 

Gentamicin Sulphate

 

 

 

Gestodene

 

 

 

Gestrinone

 

 

 

Gestronol

 

 

 

Gestronol Hexanoate

 

 

 

Glibenclamide

 

 

 

Glibornuride

 

 

 

Gliclazide

 

 

 

Glimepiride

 

 

 

Glipizide

 

 

 

Gliquidone

 

 

 

Glisoxepide

 

 

 

Glucagon

 

 

 

Glycopyrronium Bromide

 

 

1 mg (MD)
2 mg (MDD)

Glymidine

 

 

 

Gonadorelin

 

 

 

Goserelin Acetate

 

 

 

Gramicidin

0.2%

External

 

Granisetron Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Griseofulvin

 

 

 

Growth Hormone

 

 

 

Guanethidine Monosulphate

 

 

 

Guanfacine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Guanoclor Sulphate

 

 

 

Guanoxan Sulphate

 

 

 

Halcinonide

 

 

 

Halofantrine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Haloperidol

 

 

 

Haloperidol Decanoate

 

 

 

Heparin

 

External

 

Heparin Calcium

 

External

 

Hexachlorophane

 

External:

 

 

(a) 2.0%

(b) 0.1%

(c) 0.75%

(a) soaps

(b) aerosols

(c) preparations other than soaps and aerosols

 

Hexamine Phenylcinchoninate

 

 

 

Hexobarbitone

 

 

 

Hexobarbitone Sodium

 

 

 

Hexoestrol

 

 

 

Hexoestrol Dipropionate

 

 

 

L-Histidine Hydrochloride

 

Dietary or nutritive use

 

Homatropine

 

(1) Internal

(1) 0.15 mg (MD) 0.45 mg (MDD)

 

 

(2) External (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Homatropine Hydrobromide

 

 

0.2 mg (MD)

0.6 mg (MDD)

Homatropine Methylbromide

 

 

2 mg (MD)

6 mg (MDD)

Hydralazine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Hydrargaphen

 

Local application to skin

 

Hydrobromic Acid

 

 

 

Hydrochlorothiazide

 

 

 

Hydrocortisone

 

 

 

Hydrocortisone Acetate

 

 

 

Hydrocortisone Butyrate

 

 

 

Hydrocortisone Caprylate

 

 

 

Hydrocortisone Hydrogen Succinate

 

 

 

Hydrocortisone Sodium Phosphate

 

 

 

Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinnate

 

 

 

Hydrocyanic Acid

 

 

 

Hydroflumethiazide

 

 

 

Hydroxychloroquine Sulphate

 

Prophylaxis of malaria

 

Hydroxyprogesterone

 

 

 

Hydroxyprogesterone Enanthate

 

 

 

Hydroxyprogesterone Hexanoate

 

 

 

Hydroxyurea

 

 

 

Hydroxyzine Embonate

 

 

 

Hydroxyzine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Hyoscine

(1) 0.15%

(1) Internal

 

 

 

(2) External (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Hyoscine Butylbromide

 

(1) Internal:
(a) by inhaler

(MDD) (x)

 

 

(2) External

 

Hyoscine Hydrobromide

 

(1) Internal:
(a) by inhaler

(b) otherwise than by inhaler

 

 

(b) 300 mcg (MD) 900 mcg (MDD)(x)

 

 

(2) External (except local ophthalmic use)

 

Hyoscine Methobromide

 

(1) Internal:
(a) by inhaler

 

 

 

(b) otherwise than by inhaler

 

(b) 2.5 mg (MD) 7.5 mg (MDD)(x)

 

 

(2) External

 

Hyoscine Methonitrate

 

(1) Internal:
(a) by inhaler

 

 

 

(b) otherwise than by inhaler

 

(b) 2.5 mg (MD) 7.5 mg (MDD)(x)

 

 

(2) External

 

Hyoscyamine

 

(1) Internal:
(a) by inhaler

 

 

 

(b) otherwise than by inhaler

 

(b) 300 mcg (MD)

1 mg (MDD)(x)

 

 

(2) External

 

 

 

 

(3) Preparations for the relief of asthma in the form of cigarettes, smoking mixtures or fumigants which contain Hyoscyamine as an alkaloid of Stramonium

 

Hyoscyamine Hydrobromide

 

(1) Internal:
(a) by inhaler

 

 

 

 

 

 

(b) otherwise than by inhaler

(b) Equiva-lent of 300 mcg of Hyoscyamine (MD) Equi-valent of 1 mg of Hyos-cyamine (MDD)(x)

 

 

(2) External

 

Hyoscyamine Sulphate

 

(1) Internal:
(a) by inhaler

 

 

 

 

(b) otherwise than by inhaler

(b) Equiva-lent of 300 mcg of Hyoscyamine (MD) Equivalent of 1 mg of Hyoscyamine (MDD)(x)

 

 

(2) External

 

Ibuprofen

 

 

 

Ibuprofen Lysine

 

Rheumatic and muscular pain, pain of non-serious arthritic conditions, backache, neuralgia, migraine, headache, dental pain, dysmenorrhoea, feverishness, symptoms of colds and influenza

 

 

 

Internal

(a) In the case of a prolonged release preparation 600 mg (MD) 1,200 mg (MDD)

 

 

 

(b) In any other case 400 mg (MD) 1,200 mg (MDD)

Idarubicin Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Idoxuridine

 

 

 

Ifosfamide

 

 

 

Ignatius Bean

 

 

 

Imidapril Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Imipenem Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Imipramine

 

 

 

Imipramine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Imipramine Ion Exchange Resin Bound Salt or Complex

 

 

 

Indapamide Hemihydrate

 

 

 

Indinavir

 

 

 

Indomethacin

 

 

 

Indomethacin Sodium

 

 

 

Indoramin Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Indoprofen

 

 

 

Inosine Pranobex

 

 

 

Insulin

 

 

 

Iodamide

 

 

 

Iodamide Meglumine

 

 

 

Iodamide Sodium

 

 

 

Iohexol

 

 

 

Iomeprol

 

 

 

Iopamidol

 

 

 

Iopentol

 

 

 

Iothalamic Acid

 

 

 

Ioversol

 

 

 

Ioxaglic Acid

 

 

 

Ipratropium Bromide

 

 

 

Iprindole Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Iproniazid Phosphate

 

 

 

Irbesartan

 

 

 

Isoaminile

 

 

 

Isoaminile Citrate

 

 

 

Isocarboxazid

 

 

 

Isoconazole Nitrate

 

External, but in the case of vaginal use, only for the treatment of vaginal candidiasis

 

Isoetharine

 

 

 

Isoetharine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Isoetharine Mesylate

 

 

 

Isoniazid

 

 

 

Isoprenaline Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Isoprenaline Sulphate

 

 

 

Isopropamide Iodide

 

 

Equivalent of 2.5 mg of Isoprop-amide ion (MD)

Equivalent of 5.0 mg of Isoprop-amide ion (MDD)

Isotretinoin

 

 

 

Isradipine

 

 

 

Itraconazole

 

 

 

Jaborandi

 

External

 

Kanamycin Acid Sulphate

 

 

 

Kanamycin Sulphate

 

 

 

Ketamine Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Ketoconazole

 

 

 

Ketoprofen

 

 

 

Ketorolac Trometamol

 

 

 

Ketotifen Pumarate

 

 

 

Labetalol Hydrochloride

 

 

 

Lachesine Chloride

 

 

 

Lacidipine

 

 

 

Lamivudine

 

 

 

Lamotrigine

 

 

 

Lanatoside C

 

 

 

Lanatoside Complex A, B and C

 

 

 

Lanzoprazole

 

 

 

Latamoxef Disodium

 

 

 

Latanaprost