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Summary

Allergy is a common health condition which occurs when the body’s immune system overreacts to a foreign substance or an allergen which does not cause any reaction in several people. The severity of an allergy varies from person to person and can be as mild as an irritation to anaphylaxis which is a life-threatening medical emergency. Most allergies cannot be cured, however, there are several treatments available that can help to relieve the symptoms.

  1. What is an allergy
  2. Types of Allergic reaction
  3. Allergy symptoms
  4. Allergy causes
  5. Prevention of Allergy
  6. Diagnosis of Allergy
  7. Allergy Treatment
  8. Allergic reaction prognosis & complications
  9. Medicines for Allergy
  10. Doctors for Allergy

What is an allergy

Allergies are some of the most common conditions seen worldwide. Allergy symptoms can be mild or in some people, they can even be life-threatening. What was considered a rare disease at the beginning of the 20th century, allergies have emerged as a growing health problem in the recent past. Studies show that almost 20% of the European population affected with allergies struggle in their daily life with the fear of an asthmatic or anaphylactic attack or even death from exposure to a triggering agent. The World Allergy Organization estimates that between 10 to 40% of any country’s population is affected by allergy disorders. In a person, allergies usually manifest at the peak of their lives, due to which they lose a lot of daily time. In India too, the burden of allergies has been steadily rising. It is reported that 20 to 30% of the total Indian population suffers from allergies consisting of asthma, rhinitis, food allergy, eczema, urticaria, anaphylaxis and angioedema.

What are allergies?

An allergy is a disorder of the immune system in which the immune system becomes hypersensitive. It is a reaction by the body’s immune defences to any agent which otherwise is harmless to most people. In healthy people, the immune system fights against any germ, however, in people with allergies, the immune system over-reacts to a non-germ agent, also known as an allergen. People who have allergies are usually sensitive to more than one type of substance. Environmental and genetic factors both play an important role in allergic diseases.

Types of Allergic reaction

There are several types of allergies, which include:

  • Dust allergy
    Dust allergies are caused by dust mites which are tiny microscopic organisms that are present in house dust and air moisture. As it is one of the most common allergens, its symptoms are seen all year round. Along with rhinitis, dust allergies can also trigger symptoms of asthma and eczema. More often, these symptoms are aggravated during vacuuming, sweeping or dusting as these processes cause the dirt particles to rise up making them easy to be inhaled.
  • Allergic Rhinitis
    Commonly known as hay fever, allergic rhinitis develops when the body’s immunity overreacts to harmless substances in the environment. Allergic rhinitis can be seasonal, often occurring during spring, summer and early fall due to pollens or spores. It can also be perennial wherein people can experience symptoms all around the year.
  • Skin allergies
    There are several types of skin allergies. These include:
    • Eczema
      Also known as atopic dermatitis, it is common in children, and to a lesser extent in adults. People with eczema often have a positive history of allergy.
    • Hives
      Hives or urticaria are red swellings that appear on the skin. Acute hives are common after an exposure to an allergen or infections. If the urticaria lasts for more than 6 weeks, it is said to be chronic. The exact cause of chronic urticaria is widely unknown.
    • Contact dermatitis
      Contact dermatitis is a condition in which the skin comes in contact with an allergen or an irritating substance. Soaps, detergents, metals, latex gloves are some of the items that can cause contact dermatitis. In some people, there won't be any reaction on the skin unless the skin is exposed to sunlight. This is called photoallergic contact dermatitis. It can be seen with lotion, sunscreens and even perfumes.
  • Insect bite and pet allergy
    Majority of the people are not allergic to insect bites. But it has been known that insect stings can lead to life-threatening allergic reactions that can even lead to deaths. Bee stings are very common in tropical countries. Studies have estimated that hypersensitive allergic reactions, known as anaphylaxis caused due to bee stings are seen in 1% of children and 3% in adults. Allergic reactions from pets can be seen after petting or playing with the cat or dog.
  • Food allergy
    According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), approximately 4 to 6 % of children and 4% of adults have food allergies. Though symptoms of food allergy are common in children and babies, they can appear at any age. A person may develop food allergies to foods which they have well tolerated for many years without problems.
  • Drug allergy
    If a person develops a rash or experiences shortness of breath after taking certain medicines, they may have a drug allergy. Similar to other types of allergic reactions, such symptoms are seen when the immune system gets sensitized to a particular drug, the body perceives as a foreign substance and releases chemicals against it.

Allergy symptoms

Symptoms of different types of allergy include:

Dust allergy

Allergic rhinitis

  • Runny or stuffy nose.
  • Itching in the eyes and skin.
  • Sneezing.
  • Exhaustion and tiredness due to poor sleep caused by nasal obstruction.

Skin allergies

Common symptoms of skin allergy include redness, itching and swelling. There are some minor differences that can help to diagnose specific skin conditions.

  • Eczema and contact dermatitis
    People with eczema often have dry and itchy skin with crusts. In some people the crust may ‘leak’ releasing a fluid when scratched, indicating an infection. In children, eczema involves the face, bends of joints and behind ears. Adults have eruptions in similar locations and also on hands and feet. In contact dermatitis, similar symptoms are seen at the point of contact of the allergen or metal.
  • Urticaria
    In urticaria, the skin is red, inflamed and shows red raised bumps that vary in size and can appear on any part of the body. A condition called angioedema, wherein the deeper layers of the skin are affected may also be present. It may be seen around the eyes, lips or cheeks. Sometimes, it may also be present in genitals or inside of throat or bowels.

Insect and pet allergy

Symptoms of pet allergy are similar to dust allergy, and they appear after exposure to an animal. Symptoms of insect allergy include:

Food allergy

Symptoms of food allergy can occur right after eating or several hours later. They include red, itchy skin, stuffy nose, nausea, vomiting, cramps and diarrhoea. In some people, food allergies can lead to a severe condition called anaphylaxis which includes:

  • Tightness in the chest.
  • Swelling of the tongue, throat and lips.
  • Tingling of hands and feet.

Allergy causes

Allergies have multiple causes and triggers. These include:

Causes

  • Triggers of dust and pet allergy are:
  • Dust mite
  • Mould
  • Pollen
  • Cockroaches
  • Pet hair, fur, feathers

Triggers of hay fever or allergic rhinitis are:

  • Indoor allergens like dust mites, mould, pet hair or dander
  • Outdoor allergens like pollen, spores
  • Certain irritants like perfumes, smoke, petrol or diesel exhaust

Causes of skin allergies

  • Eczema is linked to the presence of faulty genes and environmental conditions. It is often linked with asthma, food allergies and hay fever.
  • Urticaria is triggered by eating a particular food or some specific allergen. It may also be triggered by heat, exercise, foods, medications, insect stings or infections.
  • Contact dermatitis is caused by coming in contact with irritants like soaps, detergents, shampoos, metals like nickel, steel, adhesives, plants, latex gloves, and other topical medications.

Triggers of insect allergy are:

  • Honey bees, wasps, hornets, fire ants, yellow jackets
  • Food allergies are usually caused by:
  • Eggs
  • Milk
  • Peanuts
  • Shellfish
  • Wheat
  • Soy
  • Fish
  • Tree nuts

Drug allergies may be caused due to:

  • Penicillin and other derivatives
  • Antibiotics
  • Aspirin, ibuprofen
  • Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)

Risk Factors

The incidence of allergy disorders is on a steady rise. The exact reason is not yet found, but there are theories explaining the rise in allergic rhinitis and asthma. These risk factors include:

  • High exposure to dust, mites
  • Environmental pollution
  • Nutritional changes
  • Unhealthy  lifestyle
  • Children whose mothers are smokers
  • Diesel fumes
  • Family and genetic history is said to be a strong factor for the development of asthma
  • Sensitization to allergens is linked with atopic dermatitis (Eczema).

Prevention of Allergy

A proper allergy management plan is the best way to prevent allergies. Controlling the symptoms of allergy depends on the type of allergy. Some ways to manage allergies include:

  • Avoid exposure to the allergen
    This is an important factor in preventing symptoms. Many times it is not easy, but it is the best way to minimize exposure or contact.
  • Take medications immediately
    The best method to manage symptoms is to take anti-allergy or antihistamines to relieve pain and swelling.
  • Keep a diary
    It is best to track what one eats, to know what symptoms may occur and what may help. This information is also useful to the doctor in determining a diagnosis.

Diagnosis of Allergy

To arrive at a complete diagnosis, the doctor will take the following steps:

  • The doctor will take down a complete medical history to arrive at a complete understanding of a person’s symptoms and the triggering agents that cause the reactions. If the person is maintaining a diary, it is advised to bring notes to help the physician. Questions related to past and family history will be asked to know the risk factors for allergies.
  • A thorough physical examination is conducted by examining the person’s eyes, nose, ears, throat, skin to look for signs of allergic reactions.
  • Certain blood tests will be performed to confirm the diagnosis. There is no specific test that can accurately confirm the type of allergy. These tests only help the doctor in establishing a diagnosis.
    • IgE tests are carried out to measure the number of antibodies released by the body against an allergen. This is not a very sensitive test as it may not determine the severity of the allergy.
    • Skin prick test is advised to look for the sensitivity to a particular substance. The greater the reaction seen in 15 minutes, the higher the sensitivity to the substance.
    • Patch test determines the substance causing contact dermatitis. An allergic response seen within 48 to 96 hours corresponds to a positive test.

Allergy Treatment

Allergy treatment depends on the medical history, severity of symptoms and results obtained from allergy tests. It is carried out in the following steps:

  • Avoiding allergen
    The best way to avoid allergy is to avoid or reduce the exposure to the triggering agent. This helps to reduce the need for medications as well as removing the source. Airborne allergens can be reduced by regular nasal irrigation using a "jal neti" pot or a squeeze bottle.
  • Medications
    Anti-allergic medicines like antihistamines along with decongestants help in reducing the swelling seen in allergies. Antihistamines block the release of histamine, a chemical released during allergic reaction which prevents a runny or stuffy nose. Decongestants shrink the swollen membranes of the nose and reduce swelling. Corticosteroids for skin complaints halt the spread of rashes.
  • Immunotherapy
    In some people,  immunotherapy is advised. These include people with pollen, pet, insect allergies and asthma. This therapy helps to improve exposure to allergens and tolerance along with a reduction in symptoms. Immunotherapy is not yet proven to be useful for food allergies, though several studies are been conducted for its effectiveness.

Lifestyle management

It is best to avoid allergies through proper management. A close working relationship with the doctor can help in managing allergic reactions. Avoiding exposure to allergens can limit occurrences and limit the point of source. If the person is at risk of developing severe reactions, keep epinephrine injections at all times. It is the only treatment for severe allergic reactions and is provided only when it is prescribed by a doctor. People with such allergies are also advised to wear a medical alert bracelet in cases of severe reaction where the person may not be able to communicate.

Allergic reaction prognosis & complications

Prognosis

Allergies cannot be cured. However, they can be treated with the help of medications to reduce the severity of symptoms.

Complications

The most severe and life-threatening form of an allergic reaction is anaphylaxis. It is a medical emergency and can be life-threatening if not treated on time and in some conditions may even lead to death. Other complications include asthma, eczema, recurrent ear and lung infections, polyps, sinusitis and migraine.

Dr. Krish Jivani

Dr. Krish Jivani

सामान्य चिकित्सा

Dr. Manoz Marwin

Dr. Manoz Marwin

सामान्य चिकित्सा

Dr. Prathamesh Mangale

Dr. Prathamesh Mangale

सामान्य चिकित्सा

Medicines for Allergy

Medicines listed below are available for Allergy. Please note that you should not take any medicines without doctor consultation. Taking any medicine without doctor's consultation can cause serious problems.

Medicine NamePack SizePrice (Rs.)
Hungree SyrupHungree Syrup45.0
AmispedAmisped 10 Mg Tablet130.0
DelpomontDelpomont 4 Mg Suspension94.0
GlemontGlemont 10 Mg Tablet114.0
LasmaLasma 10 Tablet75.0
MontairMontair 10 Mg Tablet198.0
MontekMontek 10 Mg Tablet140.0
OdimontOdimont 10 Mg Tablet148.0
RomilastRomilast 10 Mg Tablet210.0
Singulair TabletSingulair 10 Mg Tablet268.0
TelekastTelekast 10 Mg Tablet141.0
AsthamAstham 10 Mg Tablet176.47
BreathezyBreathezy 10 Mg Tablet57.0
CrizlifeCrizlife 10 Mg Tablet70.0
EbmontEbmont 10 Mg Tablet57.0
BetaBeta Ointment10.0
FmFm 10 Mg/120 Mg Tablet130.0
AllegraAllegra 120 Mg Tablet129.0
AllerfexAllerfex 120 Mg Tablet97.0
DelpodineDelpodine 120 Mg Tablet75.0
FegraFegra 120 Mg Tablet42.0
FexidineFexidine 120 Tablet108.0
FexocetFexocet 120 Mg Tablet76.0
FexolifeFexolife 120 Mg Tablet105.0
FexovaFexova 120 Mg Tablet102.0
FexyFexy 120 Mg Tablet113.0
HistakindHistakind 120 Mg Tablet60.0
Alert(Alkem)Alert 120 Mg Tablet28.0
AlgrotAlgrot 120 Mg Tablet87.0
Allergo (Agio)Allergo 120 Mg Tablet97.0
Allerhin D PlusAllerhin D Plus 120 Mg Tablet28.0
AltivaAltiva 30 Mg Tablet8.0
EtofexEtofex 120 Mg Tablet44.0
FaxodasFaxodas 120 Mg Tablet19.0
FenixaFenixa 120 Mg Tablet75.0
Fex (M.D.C)Fex 120 Mg Tablet114.0
FexodayFexoday 120 Mg Tablet62.0
FexofenFexofen 120 Mg Tablet40.0
FexohistFexohist 120 Mg Tablet68.0
FexopenFexopen 120 Mg Tablet66.0
FextralFextral 120 Mg Tablet65.0
GalfegraGalfegra 120 Mg Tablet59.0
GemfexGemfex 120 Mg Tablet Dt107.0
HistagraHistagra 120 Mg Tablet52.0
LcfexLcfex 120 Mg Tablet39.0
NexofexNexofex 120 Mg Tablet85.0
RexhistRexhist 180 Mg Tablet102.0
RhinofexRhinofex 120 Mg Tablet88.0
SymfineSymfine 120 Mg Tablet74.0
XdineXdine 120 Mg Tablet75.0
ZexZex 120 Mg Tablet80.0
AlerfexAlerfex 120 Mg Tablet82.0
AlergoAlergo 120 Mg Tablet30.0
AlernexAlernex 120 Mg Tablet51.0
Vasu Alert CapsuleAlert 180 Mg Capsule40.0
AllegixAllegix 120 Mg Tablet30.0
CutifexCutifex Tablet 120 Mg120.0
DrusaDrusa 120 Mg Tablet70.0
FexaminFexamin 180 Mg Tablet104.0
FexertFexert 120 Mg Tablet85.0
Fexodine (Cipla)Fexodine 120 Mg Tablet79.0
FexodineFexodine 180 Mg Tablet76.0
Fexofenadine TabletFexofenadine 180 Mg Tablet39.0
FexogisFexogis 120 Mg Tablet76.0
FexokastFexokast 10 Mg/120 Mg Tablet109.0
FexolupFexolup 120 Mg Tablet44.0
FexorestFexorest 120 Mg Tablet99.0
FexotabFexotab 180 Mg Tablet94.0
FexotrigFexotrig 120 Mg Tablet57.0
FexotrolFexotrol 120 Mg Tablet93.0
GlenfineGlenfine 120 Mg Tablet28.0
OdifexOdifex 180 Mg Tablet57.0
RymaRyma 120 Mg Tablet100.0
DispredDispred 0.1% Eye Drop29.0
AvomineAvomine 25 Mg Tablet Md24.0
EminEmin 25 Mg Tablet14.0
Phena KidPhena Kid 5 Mg Syrup13.0
PhenaminPhenamin 25 Mg Injection3.0
PhenazinePhenazine 5 Mg Syrup54.0
PhenerganPhenergan 10 Mg Tablet10.0
PhenzeePhenzee 5 Mg Syrup12.0
PremaganPremagan 10 Mg Tablet6.0
Prompt(Neu)Prompt 5 Mg Syrup13.0
Regan (A.N.Pharmacia)Regan 25 Mg Tablet22.0
Apizine SyrupApizine 5 Mg Syrup63.0
EmispanEmispan 5 Mg Syrup13.0
LarganLargan Syrup24.0
Logan(Rho)Logan 5 Mg Syrup35.0
PhenerminPhenermin 5 Mg Syrup13.0
PmzPmz 25 Mg Injection7.0
PrimozynPrimozyn 5 Mg Syrup30.0
ProgeneProgene 25 Mg Tablet10.0
PromeronPromeron 5 Mg Syrup36.0
PromethPrometh 10 Mg Tablet4.0
Prompt(Skm)Prompt 40 Mg Injection56.0
PronetPronet 5 Mg Syrup23.0
Proz (Tripada)Proz 25 Mg Tablet12.0
UrialUrial Syrup58.0
DiocalmDiocalm Syrup14.0
EmiganEmigan Injection5.0
KzineKzine Syrup15.0
PhenercofPhenercof Syrup22.0
Pro BurnPro Burn Powder266.0
PromeganPromegan Syrup21.0
Promet (Orchid)Promet Injection45.0
PropazinePropazine Tablet9.0
Prozine(Shi)Prozine Syrup36.0
CyprineCyprine 250 Mg Syrup54.0
AlbastAlbast Tablet28.0
Best (Organic)Best 10 Mg Tablet52.0
EbahistEbahist 10 Mg Tablet59.0
EbanormEbanorm 10 Mg Tablet45.0
EbasetEbaset 10 Mg Tablet43.0
EbasilEbasil 10 Mg Tablet67.0
EbastEbast 10 Mg Tablet Dt78.0
EbayEbay 10 Mg Tablet Md55.0
EbtinEbtin 20 Mg Tablet72.0
ErostinErostin 10 Mg Tablet59.0
MebrylMebryl Tablet25.0
AdrelinAdrelin Injection80.0
Adrenaline Tartrate InjectionAdrenaline Tartrate Injection2.0
DianoraDianora 1 Mg Injection40.0
EnatrateEnatrate Injection14.0
EpitrateEpitrate 1 Mg Injection15.0
InfunorInfunor 2 Mg Injection140.0
NoradriaNoradria 2 Mg Injection142.0
VasoconVasocon 1 Mg Injection19.0
AldayAlday 10 Mg Tablet19.0
AleridAlerid 10 Mg Tablet16.0
AllercetAllercet 10 Mg Tablet20.0
Avil NuAvil Nu 10 Mg Tablet20.0
CetirizCetiriz 5 Mg Syrup35.0
CetzineCetzine 10 Mg Tablet16.0
TrizTriz 5 Mg Syrup42.0
ZyncetZyncet 10 Mg Syrup32.0
ZyrtecZyrtec 10 Mg Drop51.0
AcetAcet 10 Mg Tablet20.0
AgrocetAgrocet 10 Mg Tablet2.0
Alcet(Acron)Alcet 10 Mg Tablet11.0
AlcitraAlcitra 10 Mg Tablet13.0
Alday KidAlday Kid 5 Mg Syrup50.0
AlerblocAlerbloc 10 Mg Tablet20.0
AlergidAlergid 10 Mg Tablet19.0
AlertacAlertac 10 Mg Tablet10.0
AllerginAllergin Tablet95.0
AllerzineAllerzine 10 Mg Tablet98.0
AlocetAlocet 5 Mg Tablet31.0
AnglocetAnglocet 5 Mg Syrup47.0
AntizedAntized 10 Mg Tablet16.0
ArpicetArpicet 10 Mg Tablet3.0
AtozineAtozine Tablet19.0
AtrizAtriz 10 Mg Tablet17.0
AtzineAtzine 10 Mg Tablet15.0
AurocitineAurocitine 10 Mg Tablet3.0
C DayC Day 10 Mg Tablet12.0
Ceday (Hiquem Lab)Ceday 10 Mg Tablet18.0
Certen (Wens Pharma)Certen 10 Mg Tablet16.0
CetagCetag 10 Mg Tablet13.0
CetcipCetcip 10 Mg Capsule20.0
Cetcip ColdCetcip Cold 5 Mg Tablet9.0
CetfastCetfast 10 Mg Tablet2.0
CetgelCetgel 10 Mg Capsule35.0
CeticadCeticad 1 Mg Syrup15.0
CetinCetin 10 Mg Syrup15.0
CetinamCetinam 10 Mg Tablet36.0
Cetipen LvCetipen Lv 5 Mg Tablet4.0
Cetiz (Medley)Cetiz 10 Mg Tablet25.0
CetlergyCetlergy 10 Mg Tablet18.0
CetlongCetlong 5 Mg Syrup28.0
CetmaxCetmax 10 Mg Tablet19.0
CetmetCetmet 10 Mg Tablet20.0
Cetmet ColdCetmet Cold Tablet32.0
Cetmet LeoCetmet Leo 5 Mg Tablet24.0
Cetmet XpCetmet Xp Syrup53.0
CetnazCetnaz 10 Mg Tablet25.0
Cetoz (Marc Pharma)Cetoz 10 Mg Tablet25.0
CetqCetq Tablet17.0
CetralCetral 10 Mg Syrup9.0
Cetral OCetral O 10 Mg Tablet3.0
CetramacCetramac 10 Mg Syrup11.0
CetriconCetricon 10 Mg Tablet13.0
CetrikaaCetrikaa 10 Mg Tablet35.0
CetrimarkCetrimark 10 Mg Tablet1.0
CetrinatCetrinat 10 Mg Tablet19.0
CetrineCetrine 1 Mg Syrup21.0
CetriplusCetriplus 300 Mg/10 Mg Tablet0.0
CetripraCetripra Syrup35.0
Cetrish AdCetrish Ad 5 Mg Tablet34.0
CetrisonCetrison 10 Mg Syrup22.0
CetritabCetritab 10 Mg Tablet28.0
CetritopCetritop 10 Mg Tablet22.0
CetriverCetriver 10 Mg Tablet19.0
CetriwalCetriwal 10 Mg Tablet25.0
CetrizetCetrizet 10 Mg Tablet16.0
Cetrizine (Wockhardt)Cetrizine 10 Mg Tablet20.0
Cetrizine (Jan Aushadhi)Cetrizine 10 Mg Tablet4.0
Cetrizine 5 Mg/ 5 MlCetrizine 5 Mg/ 5 Ml21.0
Cetriz (Moxy)Cetriz Tablet41.0
CettopCettop 10 Mg Tablet15.0
CetwinCetwin 10 Mg Syrup11.0
CetzedCetzed 5 Mg Tablet20.0
CezenCezen 100 Mg Tablet Dt101.0
Cezen (Zenith)Cezen 200 Mg Tablet192.0
CezinCezin 10 Mg Tablet5.0
CilzineCilzine Tablet25.0
Citizen TabletCitizen 10 Mg Tablet Dt18.0
Citiz (Aaron)Citiz Tablet18.0
CitritoCitrito 10 Mg Tablet18.0
CitzenCitzen 10 Mg Tablet23.0
CongyCongy Tablet19.0
CopeCope 10 Mg Tablet Md18.0
CoszinCoszin 10 Mg Tablet26.0
CtcomCtcom 10 Mg Tablet3.0
Ctz (Psychotropics)Ctz 10 Mg Tablet3.0
Ctz L SyrupCtz L Syrup46.0
Day OneDay One 10 Mg Tablet1.0
D CetD Cet 10 Mg Tablet17.0
D Cet (Biomedica)D Cet Syrup29.0
Dicet LDicet L 5 Mg Tablet35.0
DorizDoriz 10 Mg Tablet17.0
EkonEkon 10 Mg Tablet18.0
ElgnilElgnil 10 Mg Tablet2.0
EltrizinEltrizin 10 Mg Tablet11.0
FloraminFloramin 10 Mg Tablet12.0
G CetG Cet 10 Mg Tablet17.0
G Cet PG Cet P Tablet28.0
HicetHicet 10 Mg Tablet20.0
HistacidHistacid Tablet22.0
HistrizHistriz Tablet15.0
Incid LIncid L 10 Mg Tablet16.0
KivicetKivicet 10 Mg Tablet20.0
KocetKocet 10 Mg Tablet2.0
LocetLocet 5 Mg Syrup18.0
Lodizine Ft (Flash Tab)Lodizine Ft 10 Mg Tablet2.0
Mast 1Mast 1 10 Mg Tablet20.0
McetMcet 10 Mg Tablet15.0
MdzimeMdzime 5 Mg Syrup20.0
Mycet (Mor)Mycet 10 Mg Tablet25.0
MycetMycet Tablet10.0
OdacetOdacet 10 Mg Tablet20.0
Okacet TabletOkacet 10 Mg Tablet16.0
One A DayOne A Day 5 Mg Syrup13.0
PanzinPanzin 40 Mg Tablet82.0
ParcetParcet 10 Mg Tablet21.0
RetzineRetzine Tablet19.0
RinitrinRinitrin 10 Mg Tablet18.0
SatrinSatrin 10 Mg Tablet13.0
SetrideSetride 10 Mg Tablet20.0
SimozineSimozine 10 Mg Tablet Dt15.0
SizonSizon 10 Mg Tablet16.0
SpalcetSpalcet 5 Mg Syrup8.0
SupresSupres 10 Mg Tablet25.0
SytraSytra 10 Mg Tablet17.0
TancetTancet 10 Mg Tablet2.0
TaurcetTaurcet 10 Mg Tablet15.0
TencolTencol Tablet40.0
TerizineTerizine 10 Mg Tablet72.0
TricetTricet 5 Mg Tablet Dt16.0
TuzinTuzin 10 Mg Tablet16.0
Unicet (Rhombus)Unicet 10 Mg Tablet11.0
ZcetZcet 10 Mg Tablet14.0
ZenridZenrid Tablet20.0
ZeritinZeritin 10 Mg Tablet3.0
Zin TabletZin 10 Mg Tablet23.0
ZineZine 10 Mg Tablet33.0
ZingZing 10 Mg Syrup84.0
ZolongZolong 10 Mg Tablet18.0
ZycetZycet 10 Mg Tablet18.0
Acet PlusAcet Plus Syrup19.0
AglocetAglocet 10 Mg Tablet20.0
Alcet TabletAlcet Tablet1.0
Alego LAlego L Tablet24.0
AlegoAlego 10 Mg Tablet13.0
Alergin NfAlergin Nf 5 Mg Syrup22.0
AlermedAlermed 180 Mg Tablet67.0
AlfreeAlfree Tablet11.0
AllerhinAllerhin 5 Mg Syrup34.0
AllsetAllset 10 Mg Tablet84.0
Alzine LAlzine L Tablet20.0
AlzineAlzine 5 Mg Syrup72.0
AnzinAnzin 10 Mg32.0
Bio ActBio Act 10 Mg Tablet25.0
Cefid (Radicura)Cefid Tablet15.0
CerzinCerzin 10 Mg Tablet2.0
CetemedCetemed Tablet2.0
CeteridCeterid 10 Mg Tablet3.0
CetezeCeteze Syrup11.0
Ceticad PlusCeticad Plus Tablet5.0
CetipenCetipen Tablet2.0
Cetiriz GCetiriz G Syrup17.0
CetizCetiz 5 Mg Syrup18.0
CetmakCetmak 10 Mg Tablet1.0
CetnirCetnir Syrup11.0
Cet PCet P Syrup39.0
CetractCetract 10 Mg Tablet20.0
CetrahistCetrahist 10 Mg Tablet27.0
CetreeCetree 10 Mg Tablet9.0
CetridocCetridoc 10 Mg Tablet21.0
CetridCetrid Tablet14.0
Cetrish DCetrish D 1 Mg Syrup33.0
CetrishCetrish 10 Mg Tablet30.0
Cetrizin (Cadila)Cetrizin Syrup8.0
Cetrizine (Intas)Cetrizine 1 Mg Syrup22.0
Cetrizine (Makers)Cetrizine Tablet29.0
Cet (Targof)Cet 10 Mg Tablet17.0
Cetvik LvCetvik Lv Tablet38.0
Cetwin (Win Medicare)Cetwin Tablet24.0
CistinCistin 5 Mg Syrup35.0
CiticadCiticad 10 Mg Tablet2.0
CitimedCitimed 250 Mg Syrup7.0
CitlaCitla Tablet19.0
CitolCitol 10 Mg Tablet Dt16.0
CitrazanCitrazan 10 Mg Tablet13.0
CitrexCitrex Tablet10.0
Ct (Ampus)Ct 10 Mg Softgel34.0
CzenCzen Syrup21.0
DailyDaily Tablet17.0
DicetDicet 10 Mg Tablet19.0
EkocetEkocet 10 Mg Tablet10.0
EncetEncet 10 Mg Tablet19.0
EnzominEnzomin Capsule149.0
EvocetEvocet Tablet1.0
Fastcet PlusFastcet Plus Tablet27.0
FastcetFastcet 10 Mg Tablet19.0
FormicetFormicet 10 Mg Tablet20.0
HealcetHealcet 5 Mg Syrup34.0
HisnofilHisnofil 10 Mg Tablet36.0
HistacetHistacet 10 Mg Tablet3.0
InalamInalam Tablet18.0
Inalam LInalam L Tablet31.0
IncetIncet Tablet2.0
IntazinIntazin 10 Mg Tablet2.0
LgnilLgnil 5 Mg Syrup14.0
LiancetLiancet Tablet34.0
LincocetLincocet Tablet16.0
LodizineLodizine Syrup11.0
LupicetLupicet Syrup11.0
Novahist (Micro)Novahist 10 Mg Tablet2.0
N ZinN Zin 10 Mg Tablet26.0
Okacet AxOkacet Ax Tablet50.0
Perizine (Leeford)Perizine Syrup10.0
PiracitPiracit 10 Mg Tablet2.0
RincetRincet 10 Mg Tablet21.0
SetorSetor Tablet1.0
StanhistStanhist 10 Mg Tablet13.0
Suhit ColdSuhit Cold Tablet49.0
SviztrinSviztrin 50 Mg Tablet1.0
TrigTrig 10 Mg Tablet17.0
Unicet (Unichem)Unicet Syrup25.0
UrtizineUrtizine 10 Mg Tablet19.0
Urtizine LUrtizine L Tablet25.0
WincetWincet Tablet20.0
Wincet PlusWincet Plus Tablet20.0
ZeneZene 10 Mg Tablet19.0
ZinZin Syrup12.0
ZolaseZolase 5 Mg Syrup31.0
ClotClot 5 Mg Injection35.0
AlidexAlidex 2 Mg Tablet12.0
AllerminAllermin 4 Mg Tablet35.0
BioflaxacinBioflaxacin Tablet10.0
CadistinCadistin 4 Mg Tablet41.0
Hista 12Hista 12 Tablet16.0
Histanil (Troikka)Histanil Syrup31.0
OptizincOptizinc Eye Drops40.0
Piriton UPiriton U 2 Mg/5 Ml Syrup38.0
RidylRidyl Tablet13.0
Topex CdTopex Cd Syrup79.0
Alcorid PAlcorid P 100 Ml Suspension62.0
Ingahist (Inga)Ingahist 4 Mg Tablet28.0
PiritonPiriton 2.5 Mg/125 Mg/55 Mg Expectorant64.0
PolaraminePolaramine 0.5 Mg/5 Ml Syrup20.0
Cpm (Kim)Cpm Injection5.0
Daslin PDaslin P Liquid17.0
DefloxDeflox 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops12.0
1 Al1 Al 10 Mg Tablet38.0
HhlevoHhlevo 5 Mg Tablet52.0
LavetaLaveta 10 Mg Tablet160.0
LecopeLecope Syrup26.0
LevocetLevocet Syrup29.0
LevosizLevosiz 10 Mg Tablet22.0
LezyncetLezyncet 10 Mg Tablet90.0
TeczineTeczine 10 Mg Tablet160.0
VozetVozet 5 Mg Tablet53.0
XyzalXyzal 10 Mg Tablet114.0
Ah PlusAh Plus Tablet60.0
AlciAlci 5 Mg Tablet25.0
Alcit (Alive)Alcit Tablet12.0
Alday ActiveAlday Active 5 Mg Tablet42.0
AlercyAlercy 5 Mg Tablet95.0
Alergid LAlergid L 5 Mg Tablet6.0
Alersin TotalAlersin Total Tablet125.0
AlertusAlertus 5 Mg Syrup44.0
AllegoneAllegone 5 Mg Tablet3.0
Allercet LAllercet L 5 Mg Tablet43.0
Allerhin LAllerhin L 2.5 Mg Syrup30.0
Allerzine LAllerzine L 5 Mg Tablet27.0
AnticetAnticet Tablet38.0
ArgellaArgella 5 Mg Tablet31.0
Brethmol PlusBrethmol Plus Syrup47.0
Cerzin LCerzin L 2.50 Mg Syrup11.0
CetimaxCetimax 10 Mg Tablet25.0
Cetq LCetq L 5 Mg Tablet22.0
CetrilivCetriliv 5 Mg Tablet43.0
CetsafeCetsafe Tablet37.0
Congy LCongy L Tablet55.0
CovelCovel 10 Mg Tablet81.0
DaylongDaylong Tablet30.0
Ekon XlEkon Xl 5 Mg Tablet Md35.0
ElrizElriz 5 Mg Tablet56.0
EluElu 2.5 Mg Syrup25.0
ElzinElzin 5 Mg Tablet19.0
Elzin (Mayflower)Elzin Tablet25.0
HatricHatric 2.5 Mg/5 Ml Syrup27.0
Hista LcHista Lc Tablet25.0
Incid MdIncid Md 5 Mg Tablet57.0
IziIzi 5 Mg Tablet14.0
Izi MdIzi Md 5 Mg Tablet39.0
Kocet LKocet L 5 Mg Tablet5.0
L 5L 5 5 Mg Capsule17.0
L AleridL Alerid Syrup27.0
L AtrizL Atriz 5 Mg Tablet20.0
L Atriz ML Atriz M Tablet45.0
LazineLazine Syrup29.0
L CitizL Citiz 5 Mg Tablet26.0
LczLcz 10 Mg Tablet27.0
L Dio 1L Dio 1 10 Mg Tablet8.0
LecyLecy 10 Mg Tablet17.0
LehistLehist 5 Mg Tablet35.0
LejetLejet Syrup42.0
LemavLemav 5 Mg Tablet50.0
LeocetinLeocetin 5 Mg Tablet34.0
Le OneLe One 5 Mg Tablet14.0
Leo (Times)Leo Tablet14.0
LerafilLerafil 5 Mg Tablet40.0
LerzinLerzin 5 Mg Tablet24.0
LesafeLesafe Tablet45.0
LesetLeset 5 Mg Tablet Md55.0
LetrasLetras Tablet14.0
LevocetirizineLevocetirizine 5 Mg Tablet4.0
LevocinLevocin 500 Mg Tablet39.0
Levodil (Psychotropics)Levodil 10 Mg Tablet6.0
LevohistLevohist 5 Mg Tablet14.0
LevolyteLevolyte 5 Mg Tablet22.0
LevomastLevomast 2.5 Mg Syrup27.0
LevoridLevorid 5 Mg Tablet55.0
LevorizeLevorize Tablet25.0
LevosetLevoset Tablet31.0
LevotacLevotac 500 Mg Tablet8.0
LevotrigLevotrig 2.5 Mg Syrup24.0
LevotrinLevotrin 5 Mg Tablet23.0
Levozet (Cadila)Levozet 25 Mg Suspension9.0
Levozet (Medicowin)Levozet Tablet13.0
Levozin (Moraceae)Levozin 2.5 Mg Syrup24.0
Le ZenridLe Zenrid Tablet28.0
Lezo MdLezo Md 5 Mg Tablet35.0
LhistrizLhistriz Tablet19.0
LicitLicit Tablet37.0
L LodizinL Lodizin 5 Mg Tablet5.0
Lod(Solderma)Lod 5 Mg Capsule30.0
LuvleLuvle Tablet20.0
LvtLvt 2.5 Mg Syrup20.0
Lycet (Angeas)Lycet 10 Mg Tablet187.0
MaxcetMaxcet 5 Mg Tablet28.0
MocetMocet Tablet18.0
Okacet LOkacet L 5 Mg Tablet52.0
OrielOriel 10 Mg Tablet37.0
ProventProvent 5 Mg Tablet19.0
Retzine LRetzine L Tablet50.0
Rincet LRincet L 2.5 Mg Syrup23.0
SafecetSafecet 10 Mg Tablet72.0
SigcetSigcet 5 Mg Tablet35.0
SpalcSpalc 5 Mg Tablet5.0
TacxineTeczine Tablet 5 Mg62.0
ThermalThermal 5 Mg Tablet38.0
VelcetVelcet 10 Mg Tablet30.0
VotaVota Md 5 Mg Tablet34.0
XevorXevor 5 Mg Tablet68.0
ZenomZenom 5 Mg Tablet18.0
ZipcetZipcet 2.5 Mg Syrup27.0
Zirlon LZirlon L 5 Mg Tablet33.0
ZocetZocet Tablet33.0
Zycet LZycet L Zycet L Tablet32.0
ZyleraZylera 5 Mg Tablet56.0
AlcetAlcet 5 Mg Tablet40.0
AldineAldine 5 Mg Tablet28.0
AlerdainAlerdain 5 Mg Tablet39.0
AlerfixAlerfix 5 Mg Tablet35.0
AlerkabAlerkab Tablet20.0
AlertinAlertin 5 Mg Tablet26.0
Alert LAlert L 5 Mg Tablet33.0
AlertrizAlertriz 5 Mg Tablet32.0
Alevict PlusAlevict Plus Tablet42.0
AlevictAlevict 2.5 Mg Syrup31.0
AlidilAlidil 5 Mg Tablet19.0
AllerdestAllerdest 5 Mg Tablet12.0
AlleroneAllerone 5 Mg Tablet50.0
AllfitAllfit Tablet3.0
AllriteAllrite 5 Mg Tablet62.0
AlzeneAlzene 5 Mg Tablet18.0
AlzeroAlzero 5 Mg Tablet79.0
Ancer LAncer L 5 Mg Tablet29.0
AplevAplev 5 Mg Tablet19.0
AxcetAxcet Tablet27.0
Azal 5 Mg TabletAzal 5 Mg Tablet52.0
Betawin LcBetawin Lc 5 Mg Tablet8.0
BoroxBorox 5 Mg Tablet123.0
BrundaBrunda 5 Mg Tablet29.0
Cefid LCefid L Tablet23.0
Cetcip L TabletCetcip L 5 Mg Tablet52.0
Cetfast LCetfast L 5 Mg Tablet32.0
Cetiriz LCetiriz L 5 Mg Tablet34.0
Cetlong LCetlong L 5 Mg Tablet26.0
Cetoz LCetoz L 5 Mg Tablet35.0
CetriteCetrite 5 Mg Tablet35.0
Cistin LCistin L 5 Mg Tablet59.0
Ciz LeCiz Le Tablet24.0
CleverClever Tablet126.0
ElcetElcet 5 Mg Tablet27.0
ElzinexElzinex 5 Mg Tablet27.0
Encet LEncet L 5 Mg Tablet27.0
EthizineEthizine 5 Mg Tablet35.0
FastlevFastlev Tablet21.0
FitinFitin 5 Mg Tablet18.0
FlamosetFlamoset 5 Mg Syrup27.0
FreeFree Tablet22.0
GenlevoGenlevo 5 Mg Tablet7.0
GlencetGlencet 5 Mg Tablet19.0
Healcet LHealcet L Tablet27.0
Hicet LHicet L 5 Mg Tablet43.0
HistabanHistaban 5 Mg Tablet28.0
HistachekHistachek 5 Mg Tablet25.0
IntizoxIntizox 1.16% Gel63.0
KlocetKlocet 5 Mg Tablet31.0
KoltusKoltus Tablet37.0
LabocetLabocet 5 Mg Tablet4.0
L ArpicetL Arpicet 5 Mg Tablet8.0
LcbitLcbit Tablet20.0
L CetraL Cetra Tablet23.0
Lc (Pharm)Lc 5 Mg Tablet21.0
Lct1Lct1 Tablet9.0
Lc (Troikaa)Lc 2.5 Mg Tablet20.0
Lc TroyLc Troy 5 Mg Tablet28.0
LealLeal 5 Mg Tablet29.0
LebestLebest Tablet28.0
LecentaLecenta 5 Mg Syrup34.0
LecenzaLecenza 5 Mg Tablet3.0
LecetLecet 5 Mg Tablet2.0
LecetzyLecetzy 5 Mg Tablet26.0
LedayLeday 5 Mg Tablet18.0
LeetLeet Syrup26.0
LencyLency 5 Mg Tablet19.0
LeomLeom Tablet30.0
LestalLestal 5 Mg Tablet19.0
LevappLevapp Tablet35.0
Levee CtLevee Ct Tablet18.0
LevocetzineLevocetzine Syrup11.0
LevochampLevochamp 5 Mg Tablet42.0
LevodecLevodec Tablet30.0
LevodusLevodus 500 Mg Tablet18.0
LevogelLevogel 5 Mg Capsule32.0
LevohextLevohext 5 Mg Tablet21.0
Levo HistLevo Hist Tablet14.0
LevonitrinLevonitrin 5 Mg Tablet22.0
LevoplanLevoplan 5 Mg Tablet19.0
LevorizLevoriz 20 Mg Tablet24.0
LevoscotLevoscot 5 Mg Tablet37.0
Levosetride DLevosetride D Tablet4.0
LevotineLevotine 5 Mg Tablet29.0
LevotisLevotis 5 Mg Tablet3.0
LevotizLevotiz 5 Mg Tablet38.0
LevozealLevozeal Tablet21.0
Levozin (Pci Pharma)Levozin Tablet4.0
Lezen (Khandelwel)Lezen 5 Mg Tablet5.0
LezinLezin 5 Mg Tablet49.0
LezineLezine 5 Mg Tablet30.0
LfastLfast 5 Mg Tablet35.0
LitLit 300 Mg Tablet15.0
Lit TabLit Tab14.0
LivcetLivcet Tablet36.0
LivogelLivogel Capsule23.0
LivotecLivotec Tablet30.0
LivyLivy Tablet31.0
Locet LLocet L 5 Mg Tablet12.0
LovirocLoviroc Tablet14.0
L SmaartL Smaart Tablet32.0
Lt ZineLt Zine Tablet25.0
LyncetLyncet Tablet39.0
LyzevacLyzevac Tablet32.0
L ZeneL Zene Tablet28.0
MagnacetMagnacet 5 Mg Tablet25.0
MozzyMozzy 5 Mg Tablet23.0
NexcetNexcet 5 Mg Tablet31.0
OkayOkay 5 Mg Tablet25.0
PalevoPalevo 5 Mg Tablet31.0
Perizine (Olcare)Perizine 5 Mg Tablet25.0
PrimecetPrimecet 5 Mg Tablet5.0
RecetryRecetry 5 Mg Tablet29.0
Rinocet AcRinocet Ac Tablet30.0
RinocetRinocet 5 Mg Tablet15.0
RiziRizi 5 Mg Tablet21.0
SetinmtSetinmt Tablet47.0
Simozine LSimozine L Tablet23.0
StarcetStarcet 5 Mg Tablet41.0
SuhitSuhit Tablet25.0
VerizetVerizet 5 Mg Tablet30.0
VocetVocet 5 Mg Tablet19.0
VocetinVocetin 5 Mg Tablet31.0
VoiceVoice Tablet12.0
VoltrizVoltriz Tablet24.0
VotzVotz 5 Mg Tablet25.0
Wincet LWincet L Tablet25.0
Wincet PWincet P Syrup31.0
XenocetXenocet 5 Mg Tablet13.0
XyzacXyzac 5 Mg Tablet57.0
ZeezZeez 5 Mg Tablet29.0
ZerolerZeroler Tablet30.0
Zeroler MZeroler M 5 Mg Tablet92.0
ZoomcetZoomcet Tablet28.0
CortimaxCortimax 12 Mg Tablet101.0
DefcortDefcort 1 Mg Tablet11.0
DeflazenDeflazen 30 Mg Tablet244.0
DefnaloneDefnalone 1 Mg Tablet19.0
DefstarDefstar 6 Mg Tablet80.0
DefzaDefza 1 Mg Tablet10.0
DezacorDezacor 30 Mg Tablet240.0
EnzocortEnzocort 1 Mg Tablet16.0
Mahacort DzMahacort Dz Suspension53.0
OrthocortOrthocort 12 Mg Tablet111.0
AsterideAsteride 120 Mg Tablet50.0
CoecorttCoecortt 30 Mg Tablet255.0
CortijesikCortijesik 30 Mg Tablet298.0
CortisureCortisure 1 Mg Tablet14.0
CortizaCortiza 6 Mg Tablet95.0
CozadefCozadef 30 Mg Tablet300.0
Decdan NextDecdan Next 30 Mg Tablet220.0
DecotasDecotas 30 Mg Tablet248.0
DecotazDecotaz 12 Mg Tablet99.0
DefbidDefbid Tablet60.0
DefconDefcon 30 Mg Tablet225.0
DefjoyDefjoy 6 Mg Tablet80.0
DeflachekDeflachek 30 Mg Tablet211.0
DeflafitDeflafit 30 Mg Tablet232.0
DeflamaxDeflamax 30 Mg Tablet235.0
DeflawinDeflawin 6 Mg Tablet70.0
DeflorDeflor 30 Mg Tablet217.0
DeflosisDeflosis 30 Mg Tablet390.0
DefsteadDefstead 30 Mg Tablet330.0
DefsureDefsure 1 Mg Tablet17.0
DeftabDeftab 6 Suspension49.0
DeftecDeftec 6 Mg Tablet80.0
DefzenicDefzenic 30 Mg Tablet388.0
DefzonaDefzona 6 Mg Tablet64.0
DelacortDelacort 1 Mg Tablet24.0
DenzocortDenzocort 30 Mg Tablet200.0
DezacortinDezacortin 6 Mg Tablet83.0
DezertDezert 6 Mg Tablet87.0
DezocortDezocort 30 Mg Tablet422.0
DfzDfz 6 Mg Tablet96.0
DlcDlc 30 Mg Tablet238.0
EticortEticort 6 Mg Tablet49.0
FastcortFastcort 12 Mg Tablet150.0
FlacortFlacort 30 Mg Tablet380.0
FlazacorFlazacor 6 Mg Tablet75.0
FlozastarFlozastar 6 Mg Tablet53.0
KivicortKivicort 1 Mg Tablet15.0
LazaLaza 1 Mg Tablet25.0
MicrocortMicrocort Tablet82.0
NestacortNestacort 6 Mg Tablet81.0
New PremisolNew Premisol 30 Mg Tablet285.0
Pcort DzPcort Dz 6 Tablet65.0
Predicort DPredicort D Tablet41.0
RhumapredRhumapred 12 Mg Tablet160.0
StercortStercort 6 Mg Tablet71.0
TruecortTruecort 30 Mg Tablet172.0
ZefcortZefcort 30 Mg Tablet60.0
AdvacortAdvacort 6 Mg Tablet29.0
AlzcortAlzcort 360 Mg Syrup55.0
AnicortAnicort 6 Mg Tablet34.0
CortidefCortidef 6 Mg Tablet75.0
CortiflazCortiflaz 6 Mg Tablet48.0
D CorD Cor 6 Mg Tablet59.0
DecortDecort 25 Mg Tablet70.0
DefagemDefagem 6 Mg Tablet82.0
DefbigDefbig 6 Mg Tablet99.0
Defla CortilDefla Cortil 6 Mg Tablet23.0
DeflafordDeflaford 6 Mg Tablet120.0
Deflahit TabletDeflahit Tablet108.0
DeflarisDeflaris Tablet91.0
DeflawokDeflawok 6 Mg Tablet29.0
Deflazacort 6 Mg TabletDeflazacort 6 Mg Tablet10.0
DeflocareDeflocare 30 Mg Tablet375.0
DefocadDefocad 30 Mg Tablet192.0
DeforzDeforz 30 Mg Tablet216.0
DefpilDefpil 6 Mg Tablet26.0
DefwaveDefwave 6 Mg Tablet91.0
DelzyDelzy 6 Mg Tablet75.0
Dephen TabletDephen Tablet0.0
D FlazD Flaz 6 Mg Tablet80.0
DzspinDzspin Tablet79.0
Emsolone DEmsolone D 6 Mg Tablet50.0
FlazaFlaza 30 Mg Tablet390.0
Flazo(Regalia)Flazo Syrup60.0
GladcortGladcort 6 Tablet99.0
Monocortil D30Monocortil D30 30 Mg Tablet80.0
NudeflaNudefla Tablet78.0
OnlicortOnlicort Tablet45.0
RexcortRexcort 6 Mg Tablet90.0
RzcortRzcort 6 Mg Tablet48.0
TenflayTenflay 6 Mg Tablet48.0
ZicortZicort 6 Mg Tablet89.0
AbitolAbitol 2 Mg Syrup59.0
ApetaminApetamin 2 Mg Syrup103.0
CiplactinCiplactin 2 Mg/5 Ml Syrup90.0
Cyprosine (Libra)Cyprosine 2 Mg Drops60.0
HeptidinHeptidin 2 Mg Tablet7.0
HilivHiliv Syrup95.0
PeritolPeritol 1.5 Mg Drop25.0
PractinPractin 2 Mg Syrup90.0
AcmetinAcmetin Suspension72.0
Actin (Serve)Actin 2 Mg Syrup60.0
Add AppAdd App 2 Mg Syrup29.0
AnabolAnabol Syrup33.0
Anorexin PlusAnorexin Plus 2 Mg Syrup51.0
ApeatApeat 2 Mg Syrup95.0
ApelApel 1.5 Mg Drops25.0
ApenormApenorm 2 Mg Syrup70.0
Apeton (Olcare)Apeton 2 Mg Syrup54.0
ApetoneApetone 4 Mg Tablet59.0
ApewinApewin 4 Mg Tablet9.0
Appetin (Sv Biovac)Appetin Syrup59.0
Appodin GAppodin G Syrup47.0
AppriAppri 4 Mg Tablet9.0
AptaurAptaur Syrup68.0
AptivinAptivin 6% Tablet8.0
BiolactinBiolactin 2 Mg Syrup32.0
BiopronBiopron Syrup28.0
Cipron (Gujarat Terce)Cipron 2 Mg Syrup57.0
Cyp LCyp L Drop33.0
CypotranCypotran Drop24.0
CyprigenCyprigen Syrup61.0
Cyprol (Omega Pharma)Cyprol Drops25.0
CyprosinCyprosin 2 Mg Drops35.0
CyptaminCyptamin 5 Ml Syrup67.0
CyptanCyptan 4 Mg Tablet20.0
Decyp PDecyp P 4 Mg Tablet8.0
E MorE Mor 4 Mg Tablet13.0
EponEpon Tablet35.0
HepdineHepdine 2 Mg Syrup76.0
Hept 2Hept 2 Syrup65.0
HeptadHeptad Suspension61.0
LupactinLupactin 2 Mg Tablet10.0
PepcyPepcy Syrup78.0
Pep OnPep On 4 Mg Tablet2.0
RarritolRarritol 2 Mg Syrup67.0
Ruchi LRuchi L Syrup46.0
SeritolSeritol Drops40.0
ToractinToractin 2 Mg Syrup32.0
ActinActin Syrup32.0
AfdigrowAfdigrow Syrup33.0
AlcotinAlcotin Syrup30.0
ApetinApetin Drops33.0
ApetizApetiz 4 Mg Tablet9.0
Appetin PlAppetin Pl Syrup60.0
App LApp L 5 Ml Syrup76.0
AptilineAptiline Syrup80.0
C DexC Dex 4 Mg Tablet8.0
CrazyCrazy Syrup64.0
CtsCts Syrup37.0
Cyaptin SfCyaptin Sf Syrup68.0
CydilCydil Tablet20.0
Cydin AsCydin As Syrup79.0
CymedCymed Syrup57.0
CypertonCyperton Syrup56.0
CypodinCypodin Syrup46.0
CypotinCypotin Syrup28.0
CyprobitCyprobit Suspension60.0
CyprolivCyproliv Syrup69.0
CyprollionCyprollion Syrup51.0
CyprolCyprol 15 Ml Syrup60.0
CyproprideCypropride Drops28.0
CyprosonCyproson 4 Mg Tablet9.0
Cyprotol (Consern)Cyprotol Syrup28.0
CyprowinCyprowin Drops10.0
CyprozCyproz Syrup63.0
CypstarCypstar Syrup41.0
D CyproD Cypro Syrup70.0
DincypDincyp Syrup44.0
GrownirGrownir Syrup30.0
HavmorHavmor 2 Mg/275 Mg/3.575 Mg Syrup96.0
HipocypHipocyp Syrup71.0
HungryHungry Syrup30.0
LecypLecyp Syrup64.0
LycipepLycipep Syrup34.0
Pen OnPen On Syrup54.0
PiclactinPiclactin Syrup23.0
ProdinProdin Drops45.0
Sorbex PlusSorbex Plus 5 Ml Syrup73.0
SpepSpep Syrup33.0
SwilactinSwilactin 4 Mg Tablet3.0
TasTas Tablet10.0
ToncypToncyp Syrup44.0
TricohepTricohep Syrup57.0
TridineTridine Suspension76.0
TrisoleneTrisolene Syrup67.0
Tuk TukTuk Tuk Syrup75.0
UnicypUnicyp Syrup12.0
EmsoloneEmsolone 10 Mg Tablet21.0
KidpredKidpred Syrup25.0
MethpredMethpred 125 Mg Injection250.0
OmnacortilOmnacortil 10 Mg Tablet Dt9.0
Omnacortil ForteOmnacortil Forte 15 Mg Oral Suspension44.0
Prednisolone Acetate (Alcon Lab)Prednisolone Acetate 1% Drop66.0
Prednisolone Acetate (Aller)Prednisolone Acetate 10 Mg Suspension66.0
PredonePredone 1% Eye Drop29.0
Sol U PredSol U Pred 1 Gm Injection1042.0
WysoloneWysolone 10 Mg Tablet Dt14.0
ActicortActicort 10 Mg Tablet9.0
AdredAdred 20 Mg Tablet27.0
Apred(Acron)Apred 5 Mg Tablet4.0
ApredApred Drops35.0
AquapredAquapred 1% Eye Drops40.0
DefsoneDefsone 30 Mg Tablet299.0
DelsoneDelsone 10 Mg Tablet9.0
ElpredElpred Forte 15 Mg Syrup75.0
EmosolinEmosolin 5 Mg Tablet9.0
GopredGopred 1% Eye Drops37.0
Immupress D30Immupress D30 Tablet180.0
Immupress D6Immupress D6 Tablet40.0
KazipredKazipred Eye Drops36.0
LancepredLancepred 40 Mg Tablet24.0
MednisolMednisol 1 Gm Injection1131.0
MonocortilMonocortil 10 Mg Tablet6.0
Mpa(Chn)Mpa 80 Mg Injection82.0
MpssMpss 1 Gm Injection942.0
NisoloneNisolone 10 Mg Tablet9.0
NoloneNolone 16 Mg Tablet90.0
NucortNucort 0.5 Mg Drop11.0
Pcort (Pharmtak)Pcort 10 Mg Tablet7.0
PcortPcort Eye Drops10.0
P D NP D N Drop17.0
PednisolPednisol 10 Mg Tablet7.0
P LoneP Lone 1% W/V Eye Drop16.0
Pred AcetatePred Acetate Drop66.0
PredcipPredcip 5 Mg Tablet5.0
PreddiPreddi 5 Mg Tablet3.0
Pred FortePred Forte 1% W/V Eye Drop35.0
PredicortPredicort 10 Mg Tablet9.0
PredlyPredly 1% Eye Drop26.0
PrednijPrednij 5 Mg Tablet4.0
Prednij FortePrednij Forte 10 Mg Tablet8.0
PredninPrednin 1% Eye Drops40.0
Prednin APrednin A 1% Eye Drops16.0
PrednisafePrednisafe 1% Eye Drops28.0
Prednisolone Forte (Allergen)Prednisolone Forte Drops98.0
PredniwaPredniwa 1% Eye Drops29.0
PrednolonePrednolone 5 Mg Tablet6.0
PredsPreds 1% Drops19.0
PredsolPredsol 10 Mg Eye Drops35.0
PrendicarePrendicare 16 Mg Tablet116.0
PresolonPresolon 1% Drop10.0
RaycortRaycort 1%W/V Eye Drops66.0
RenisolRenisol 1% Drops8.0
SancortSancort 10 Mg Tablet8.0
SanpredSanpred 1% Eye Drops32.0
SiopredSiopred 1% Drops35.0
SodipredSodipred 1000 Mg Injection880.0
SolonSolon 10 Mg Tablet66.0
SolumarkSolumark 1000 Mg Injection1271.0
XtrapredXtrapred 0.25% Drops17.0
ZenpredZenpred 1 Gm Injection895.0
AnesolinAnesolin 30 Mg Injection60.0
CerucleanCeruclean Drop29.0
Engatt PEngatt P Eye Drops62.0
M PredM Pred 4 Mg Tablet45.0
PrecortPrecort 5 Mg Tablet85.0
PredinsolnePredinsolne Drops93.0
Prednisolone OpthoPrednisolone Optho Suspension43.0
BetsalicBetsalic 0.05% Lotion52.0
C BestaC Besta 0.05% Cream72.0
ClobadermClobaderm Ointment25.0
ClobalClobal Cream52.0
Clobal GmClobal Gm Cream42.0
ClobenateClobenate 0.05% Cream10.0
ClobetagenClobetagen 0.05% Cream25.0
Clobetasol Propionate 0.05 %W/W CreamClobetasol Propionate 0.05 %W/W Cream14.0
ClobetClobet Cream33.0
ClobetexClobetex 0.05% Cream49.0
ClobidermClobiderm Cream77.0
ClobitalClobital 0.05% Cream77.0
Cloderm (Kineses)Cloderm (Kineses) Cream52.0
ClonateClonate 0.05% Cream116.0
ClopClop 0.05% W/W Cream43.0
ClopadClopad Cream80.0
ClopanClopan Cream100.0
ClopinateClopinate 0.05% W/W Cream76.0
ClosalveClosalve Cream99.0
ClosoneClosone Ointment125.0
ClovateClovate 0.05% Cream70.0
ClozemaClozema 0.05% Cream34.0
ColbetColbet Cream49.0
CorsaCorsa Cream50.0
CosvateCosvate 0.05% W/W Cream84.0
DermovateDermovate 0.05% W/V Ointment899.0
EtavoneEtavone 0.05% Cream72.0
FreedomFreedom 0.05% W/W Cream90.0
KlorylKloryl 0.05% Cream38.0
KlosoftKlosoft 0.05% Cream22.0
LozivateLozivate Cream70.0
NeosolNeosol 0.05% W/V Ointment117.0
NiosolNiosol 0.05% Cream122.0
ObetObet 0.05% Cream35.0
OcovateOcovate 0.05% Cream50.0
PlosatPlosat 0.05% Cream32.0
PowercortPowercort 0.05% Cream86.0
Psoricort CPsoricort C 0.05% W/W Gel99.0
SacloSaclo Topical 0.05% W/V Solution80.0
SoltopSoltop 0.05% Cream125.0
SonadermSonaderm 0.05% Cream46.0
TenovateTenovate 0.05% Cream80.0
TezcortTezcort 0.05% Cream79.0
TopinateTopinate 0.05% Cream60.0
TopsorTopsor 0.5% Lotion81.0
ZincodermZincoderm 0.05% W/W Cream64.0
ZincortZincort 0.05% W/W Cream40.0
Bactiderm GmBactiderm Gm Cream39.0
Bactiderm GBactiderm G Cream31.0
Bactiderm SBactiderm S Cream36.0
BactidermBactiderm 0.5% W/W Cream39.0
Bariderm ZBariderm Z Ointment43.0
CatadermCataderm Cream100.0
Cbs LCbs L Lotion55.0
CbsCbs 0.05% Cream34.0
ClobelacClobelac 0.05% Cream85.0
ClobetamosClobetamos Gel175.0
ClobetolClobetol 0.05% Cream23.0
Clo BClo B 0.05 %W/W Cream78.0
ClomightClomight Cream38.0
ClonitClonit Cream34.0
Clop EClop E Cream79.0
Closol LotionClosol 0.05% W/W Lotion62.0
CortentCortent Cream77.0
Cortisol CreamCortisol Cream65.0
CvateCvate 0.05% Cream35.0
EpivateEpivate Cream75.0
ExelExel 0.05% W/W Cream97.0
HinateHinate Cream58.0
KayavateKayavate 0.05% Cream45.0
LobateLobate Cream119.0
LobesolLobesol Cream39.0
SupravateSupravate 0.05% Cream16.0
TrifecTrifec Cream36.0
TufdermTufderm Cream80.0
ViclobViclob Cream46.0
Panderm + CreamPanderm + Cream0.0
BelarBelar 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetamineBetamine 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
Betawin SBetawin S 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetawinBetawin Forte 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetnelanBetnelan 0.5 Mg Tablet8.0
BetnesolBetnesol 0.5 Mg Oral Drops13.0
BetsoneBetsone 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
Decdan BDecdan B 4 Mg Injection4.0
SteminStemin 0.5 Mg Tablet4.0
WalacortWalacort 0.5 Mg Tablet4.0
A CortA Cort 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
AlerkimAlerkim Forte 1 Mg Tablet6.0
BanadonBanadon 5 Mg Tablet11.0
BenicortBenicort 0.5 Mg Oral Drops10.0
BetafoamBetafoam 0.1 Mg Tablet101.0
BetalarBetalar 0.5 Mg Drops12.0
Betamethasone 0.5 mg TabletBetamethasone 0.5 Mg Tablet6.0
BetanijBetanij 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetapenBetapen 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetaronBetaron 0.5 Mg Tablet26.0
Betasone TabletBetasone Forte 1 Mg Tablet6.0
Betasone Oral DropBetasone Oral Drops18.0
BetawokBetawok 0.5 Mg Injection4.0
BetnecipBetnecip 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetniBetni 0.5 Mg Tablet6.0
BzonBzon 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
CelestoneCelestone 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
CortilCortil 0.5 Mg Tablet6.0
Cortil ACortil A 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
CortomineCortomine Forte 0.5 Mg Tablet7.0
Histacort BHistacort B 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
NeobetNeobet Forte Tablet4.0
SolubetSolubet 0.5 Mg Tablet7.0
ZobetZobet 0.5 Mg Drops10.0
Zobet ForteZobet Forte 1 Mg Tablet8.0
Alerkim(Kim Lab)Alerkim Injection4.0
Ben InjectionBen Injection6.0
BetacortBetacort Tablet34.0
BetageeBetagee Tablet2.0
BetakenBetaken 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
Betalar SBetalar S Tablet4.0
CecortCecort 40 Mg Injection62.0
CortibetCortibet Tablet3.0
LupidentLupident Powder53.0
MedilanMedilan Retard Tablet58.0
MilbetaMilbeta 0.1% Drops19.0

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