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NPPP 2012 List, Names of 348 Medicines that will become cheaper NLEM 2011

NPPP 2012 List, Names of 348 Medicines that will become cheaper NLEM 2011

National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) is responsible for setting the prices of drugs under DPCO list will set price once these drugs come under the Drug Price Control Order (DPCO)

Government has notified the drug prices control order (DPCO), 2013, with effect from May 15, replacing the 1995 order.

The new order will give power to the national pharmaceutical pricing policy (NPPP) 2012 to regulate prices of 348 essential drugs.

According to the approved policy, prices of medicines will now be capped by taking simple average of all brands, which have more than one per cent market share instead of input costs.

As per the new drugs policy, all drugs specified in the national list of essential medicines (NLEM) 2011 will be under price control.

Following is the list of 348 Drugs in The National List of Essential Medicines (NLEM 2011)
1 25% Dextrose

2 5-Amino salicylic Acid

3 5-Fluorouracil

4 Acetazolamide

5 Acetyl Salicylic Acid

6 Acriflavin+Glycerin

7 Actinomycin D

8 Activated Charcoal

9 Acyclovir

10 Adenosine

11 Adrenaline Bitartrate

12 Albendazole

13 Albumin

14 Allopurinol

15 Alpha Interferon

16 Alprazolam

17 Aluminium Hydroxide + Magnesium Hydroxide

18 Amikacin

19 Amiodarone

20 Amitriptyline

21 Amlodipine

22 Amoxicillin

23 Amoxicillin+Clavulinic acid

24 Amphotericin BPage 95 of 123

25 Ampicillin

26 Anti-D immunoglobin (human)

27 Antitetanus Human immunoglobin

28 Artesunate (To be used only in combination with Sulfadoxine + Pyrimethamine)

29 Ascorbic Acid

30 Atenolol

31 Atorvastatin

32 Atracurium besylate

33 Atropine Sulphate

34 Azathioprine

35 Azithromycin

36 B.C.G Vaccine

37 Barium Sulphate

38 Beclomethasone Dipropionate

39 Benzathine Benzylpenicillin

40 Benzoin Compound

41 Benzyl benzoate

42 Betamethasone

43 Betamethasone Dipropionate

44 Betaxolol Hydrochloride

45 Bisacodyl

46 Bleaching Powder

47 Bleomycin

48 Bromocriptine Mesylate

49 Bupivacaine HydrochloridePage 96 of 123

50 Busulphan

51 Calamine

52 Calcium carbonate

53 Calcium gluconate

54 Calcium Ipodate

55 Carbamazepine

56 Carbimazole

57 Carboplatin

58 Cefixime

59 Cefotaxime

60 Ceftazidime

61 Ceftriaxone

62 Cephalexin

63 Cetrimide

64 Cetrizine

65 Chlorambucil

66 Chloramphenicol

67 Chlorhexidine

68 Chloroquine phosphate

69 Chlorpheniramine Maleate

70 Chlorpromazine hydrochloride

71 Ciprofloxacin Hydrochloride

72 Cisplatin

73 Clindamycin

74 Clofazimine

75 Clomiphene citratePage 97 of 123

76 Clopidogrel

77 Clotrimazole

78 Cloxacillin

79 Coal Tar

80 Codeine phosphate

81 Colchicine

82 Condoms

83 Co-Trimoxazole (Trimethoprim + Sulphamethoxazole)

84 Cryoprecipitate

85 Cyanocobalamin

86 Cyclophosphamide

87 Cyclosporine

88 Cytosine arabinoside

89 D.P.T Vaccine

90 Dacarbazine

91 Danazol

92 Dapsone

93 Daunorubicin

94 Desferrioxamine mesylate

95 Dexamethasone

96 Dexchlorpheniramine Maleate

97 Dextran-40

98 Dextran-70

99 Dextromethorphan

100 Diazepam

101 DiclofenacPage 98 of 123

102 Dicyclomine Hydrochloride

103 Didanosine

104 Diethylcarbamazine citrate

105 Digoxin

106 Dihydroergotamine

107 Diloxanide Furoate

108 Diltiazem

109 Dimercaprol

110 Diphtheria Antitoxin

111 Dithranol

112 Dobutamine

113 Domperidone

114 Dopamine Hydrochloride

115 Doxorubicin

116 Doxycycline

117 Efavirenz

118 EMLA cream

119 Enalapril Maleate

120 Enoxaparin

121 Erythromycin Estolate

122 Esmolol

123 Ethambutol

124 Ether

125 Ethinylestradiol

126 Ethinylestradiol + Levonorgesterol

127 Ethinylestradiol + NorethisteronePage 99 of 123

128 Ethyl Alcohol 70%

129 Etoposide

130 Factor IX Complex (Coagulation Factors II,VII, IX, X)

131 Factor VIII Concentrate

132 Famotidine

133 Fentanyl

134 Ferrous Salt

135 Filgrastim

136 Fluconazole

137 Flumazenil

138 Fluorescein

139 Fluoxetine hydrochloride

140 Flutamide

141 Folic Acid

142 Folinic Acid

143 Formaldehyde IP

144 Framycetin Sulphate

145 Fresh frozen plasma

146 Furosemide

147 Gemcitabine hydrochloride

148 Gentamicin

149 Gentian Violet

150 Glibenclamide

151 Glucagon

152 Glucose

153 Glucose with sodium chloridePage 100 of 123

154 Glutaraldehyde

155 Glycerin

156 Glyceryl Trinitrate

157 Griseofulvin

158 Haloperidol

159 Halothane with vaporizer

160 Heparin Sodium

161 Hepatitis B Vaccine

162 Homatropine

163 Hormone Releasing IUD

164 Hydrochlorothiazide

165 Hydrocortisone sodium succinate

166 Hydrogen Peroxide

167 Hydroxychloroquine phosphate

168 Hydroxyethyl Starch (Hetastarch)

169 Hyoscine Butyl Bromide

170 Ibuprofen

171 Ifosfamide

172 Imatinib

173 Imipramine

174 Indinavir

175 Insulin Injection(Soluble)

176 Intermediate Acting(Lente/NPH Insulin)

177 Intraperitoneal Dialysis Solution

178 Iodine

179 Iopanoic AcidPage 101 of 123

180 Ipratropium bromide

181 Iron Dextran

182 Isoflurane

183 Isoniazid

184 Isosorbide 5 Mononitrate/Dinitrate

185 Ispaghula

186 IUD containing Copper

187 Ketamine Hydrochloride

188 L- Asparaginase

189 Lamivudine

190 Lamivudine + Nevirapine + Stavudine

191 Lamivudine + Zidovudine

192 Leflunomide

193 Levodopa+ Carbidopa

194 Levothyroxine

195 Lignocaine

196 Lignocaine Hydrochloride

197 Lignocaine Hydrochloride + Adrenaline

198 Lithium Carbonate

199 Lorazepam

200 Losartan Potassium

201 Magnesium sulphate

202 Mannitol

203 Measles Vaccine

204 Medroxy Progesterone Acetate

205 MefloquinePage 102 of 123

206 Meglumine Iothalamate

207 Meglumine Iotroxate

208 Melphalan

209 Mercaptopurine

210 Mesna

211 Metformin

212 Methotrexate

213 Methyl Cellulose

214 Methyl Ergometrine

215 Methyldopa

216 MethylPrednisolone

217 Methylrosanilinium Chloride (Gentian Violet)

218 Methylthioninium chloride (Methylene blue)

219 Metoclopramide

220 Metoprolol

221 Metronidazole

222 Miconazole

223 Midazolam

224 Mifepristone

225 Misoprostol

226 Mitomycin-C

227 Morphine Sulphate

228 Multivitamins (As per Schedule V of Drugs and Cosmetics Rules)

229 N/2 Saline

230 N/5 SalinePage 103 of 123

231 N-acetylcysteine

232 Naloxone

233 Nelfinavir

234 Neomycin + Bacitracin

235 Neostigmine

236 Nevirapine

237 Nicotinamide

238 Nifedipine

239 Nitrofurantoin

240 Nitrous Oxide

241 Norethisterone

242 Normal Saline

243 Nystatin

244 Ofloxacin

245 Olanzapine

246 Omeprazole

247 Ondansetron

248 Oral Poliomyelitis vaccine (LA)

249 Oral Rehydration Salts

250 Oxaliplatin

251 Oxygen

252 Oxytocin

253 Paclitaxel

254 Pantoprazole

255 Paracetamol

256 PenicillaminePage 104 of 123

257 Pentamidine Isothionate

258 Permethrin

259 Pheniramine Maleate

260 Phenobarbitone

261 Phenylephrine

262 Phenytoin Sodium

263 Phytomenadione

264 Pilocarpine

265 Piperazine

266 Platelet Rich Plasma

267 Polygeline

268 Polyvalent Antisnake Venom

269 Potassium Chloride

270 Potassium Permanganate

271 Povidone Iodine

272 Pralidoxime Chloride(2-PAM)

273 Praziquantel

274 Prednisolone

275 Prednisolone Acetate

276 Prednisolone Sodium Phosphate

277 Premix Insulin 30:70 injection

278 Primaquine

279 Procainamide Hydrochloride

280 Procarbazine

281 Promethazine

282 PropofolPage 105 of 123

283 Propranolol hydrochloride

284 Propyliodone

285 Protamine Sulphate

286 Pyrazinamide

287 Pyridostigmine

288 Pyridoxine

289 Pyrimethamine

290 Quinine sulphate

291 Rabies immunoglobin

292 Rabies Vaccine

293 Raloxifene

294 Ranitidine

295 Riboflavin

296 Rifampicin

297 Ringer Lactate

298 Ritonavir

299 Salbutamol sulphate

300 Salicylic Acid

301 Saquinavir

302 Sevoflurane

303 Silver Sulphadiazine

304 Sodium Bicarbonate

305 Sodium Iothalamate

306 Sodium Meglumine Diatrizoate

307 Sodium Nitrite

308 Sodium NitroprussidePage 106 of 123

309 Sodium Stibogluconate

310 Sodium Thiosulphate

311 Sodium Valproate

312 Specific antisnake venom

313 Spironolactone

314 Stavudine

315 Stavudine+Lamivudine

316 Streptokinase

317 Streptomycin Sulphate

318 Succinyl choline chloride

319 Sulfadoxine + Pyrimethamine

320 Sulfasalazine

321 Sulphacetamide Sodium

322 Sulphadiazine

323 Tamoxifen Citrate

324 Terbutaline Sulphate

325 Testosterone

326 Tetanus Toxoid

327 Tetracaine Hydrochloride

328 Thiamine

329 Thiopentone Sodium

330 Timolol Maleate

331 Tramadol

332 Trihexyphenidyl Hydrochloride

333 Tropicamide

334 Tuberculin, Purified Protein derivative Page 107 of 123

335 Urokinase

336 Vancomycin Hydrochloride

337 Vecuronium

338 Verapamil

339 Vinblastine sulphate

340 Vincristine

341 Vitamin A

342 Vitamin D (Ergocalciferol)

343 Warfarin sodium

344 Water for Injection

345 Zidovudine

346 Zidovudine+ Lamivudine+ Nevirapine

347 Zinc Oxide

348 Zinc Sulfate

Currently following 76 drugs are under Drug price control order.

List of Price Controlled Drugs (DPCO 1995)

1. SULPHAMETHOXAZOLE

2. PENICILLINS

3. TETRACYCLINE

4. RIFAMPICIN

5. STREPTOMYCIN

6. RANITIDINE

7. VITAMIN C

8. BETAMETHASONE

9. METRONIDAZOLE

10. CHLOROQUINE

11. INSULIN

12. ERYTHROMYCIN

13. VITAMIN A

14. OXYTETRACYCLINE

15. PREDNISOLONE

16. CEPHAZOLIN

17. METHYLDOPA

18. ASPIRIN

19. TRIMETHOPRIM

20. CLOXACILLIN

21. SULPHADIMIDINE

22. SALBUTAMOL

23. FAMOTIDINE

24. IBUPROFEN

25. METAMIZOL (ANALGIN)

26. DOXYCYCLINE

27. CIPROFLOXACIN

28. CEFOTAXIME

29. DEXAMETHASONE

30. EPHEDRINE

31. VITAMIN B1 (THIAMINE)

32. CARBAMAZEPINE

33. VITAMIN B2 (RIBOFLAVIN)

34. THEOPHYLLINE

35. LEVODOPA

36. TOLNAFTATE

37. VITAMIN E

38. NALIDIXIC ACID

39. GRISEOFULVIN

40. GENTAMICIN

41. DEXTROPROPOXYPHENE

42. HALOGENATED HYDROXYQUINOLINE

43. PENTAZOCINE

44. CAPTOPRIL

45. NAPROXEN

46. PYRENTAL

47. SULPHADOXINE

48. NORFLOXACIN

49. CEFADROXYL

50. PANTHONATES & PANTHENOLS

51. FURAZOLIDONE

52. PYRITHIOXINE

53. SULPHADIAZINE

54. FRAMYCETIN

55. VERAPAMIL

56. AMIKACIN SULPHATE *

57. GLIPIZIDE

58. SPIRONOLACTONE

59. PENTOXYFYLLINE

60. AMODIAQUIN

61. SULPHAMOXOLE

62. FRUSEMIDE

63. PHENIRAMINE MALEATE

64. CHLOROXYLENOLS

65. BECAMPICILLIN

66. LINCOMYCIN

67. CHLORPROPAMIDE

68. MEBHYDROLINE

69. CHLORPROMAZINE

70. METHENDIENONE

71. PHENYL BUTAZONE

72. LYNESTRANOL

73. SALAZOSULPHAPYRINE

74. DIOSMINE

75. TRIMIPRAMINE

76. MEFENAMIC ACID *

* - deleted vide so 626(E) dated 2.9.97

Thus only 74 medicines.


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2 comments:

Usha Menon May 17, 2013  

Very informative post. Thanks for sharing.