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An appendix is a slender tube-like organ attached to the caecum, which is a part of the large intestine. It is situated at the lower right side of the abdomen (the area between the chest and pelvis). The exact role of the appendix in our body remains unknown, but in other animals, it helps in digestion. Appendicitis is an emergency condition in which the appendix gets inflamed and causes severe lower right abdominal pain. Besides this, people with appendicitis also experience other symptoms, such as vomiting, fever, and lower back pain. To establish a diagnosis, doctors look for the signs and symptoms, conduct a clinical examination and if needed, recommend ultrasound, lab tests or CT scans. Appendectomy or appendicectomy is a surgical procedure wherein an incision in the lower abdomen is made to remove the appendix. In some cases, an antibiotic therapy is also used. When the narrow tube of the appendix is blocked with faeces or food, it can burst and spread the contents in the surrounding abdominal tissues causing an infection. In such a case, it is necessary to control this infection in time.

  1. What is appendicitis
  2. Types of appendicitis
  3. Appendicitis symptoms
  4. Appendicitis causes and risk factors
  5. Prevention of appendicitis
  6. Diagnosis of appendicitis
  7. Appendicitis treatment
  8. Appendicitis prognosis & complications
  9. Homeopathic medicine, treatment and remedies for Appendicitis
  10. Medicines for Appendicitis
  11. Doctors for Appendicitis

What is appendicitis

Appendicitis is a medical emergency that can occur at any age but is more common among people of 10-30 years of age. It is a painful swelling or inflammation of the appendix, a small, tubular or finger-like pouch that extends from the large intestine. The opening of the appendix is small, and food or faecal matter can accumulate in it, sometimes creating a blockage. This blockage can develop a bacterial infection. If the appendix bursts at this stage, it will spread the bacterial infection in the abdominal cavity which can be life-threatening if not treated in time. When the appendix gets inflamed, you may experience intermittent pain (that comes and goes) in your abdomen. The pain gradually becomes severe and constant. It fixes over the lower right side where the appendix is located. Walking, coughing, or pressing the abdomen can worsen the pain. Fever, loss of appetite and diarrhoea are also occasionally associated with appendicitis.

Types of appendicitis

Appendicitis is categorised into three types:

  • Acute appendicitis
    Acute appendicitis develops in a short period of time. It is the most commonly seen type of appendicitis and is easily diagnosed. Immediate removal of the appendix is the treatment of choice.
  • Recurrent appendicitis
    Recurrent appendicitis is uncommon. It occurs repeatedly with mild symptoms and resolves on its own.
  • Chronic appendicitis
    Chronic appendicitis develops slowly as compared to acute and recurrent appendicitis. It has fewer symptoms and is difficult to diagnose. The treatment of chronic appendicitis is focussed on reducing the inflammation, which is mostly sufficient in relieving the symptoms. However, it may require surgery for a permanent cure. Chronic appendicitis accounts for 1% to 2% of all cases of appendicitis.

Appendicitis symptoms

Pain in the lower right side of the abdomen is typical of appendicitis. However, you may also experience other symptoms associated with it, such as:

  • Diarrhoea or constipation.
  • Low-grade fever.
  • Nausea and vomiting.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Abdominal swelling.
  • Bloating or an inability to pass gas.
  • Pain around the navel progressing to the lower right side of the abdomen.

Symptoms of appendicitis may worsen on walking, pressing the lower abdomen or coughing.

Appendicitis causes and risk factors


There are many causes that may lead to appendicitis. However, most of the time, the underlying cause remains unclear. A few conditions that may result in appendicitis include: 

  • Inflammatory bowel disease.
  • Abdominal injury.
  • Infection of the digestive tract.
  • Inflammation in the wall of the appendix.
  • Clogging of the appendix with stool or parasites.
  • Blockage of the opening of the appendix.

Risk factors

Certain factors that increase the risk of developing appendicitis in adults include:

Appendicitis is the most common medical emergency among children. The common risk factors for children include:

  • A family history of appendicitis, especially in male children.
  • A genetic disorder called cystic fibrosis increases the risk of appendicitis in a male child.

Prevention of appendicitis

There is no way to prevent appendicitis. However, the chances of developing appendicitis are lesser in people who consume a fibre-rich diet and plenty of fluids.

Diagnosis of appendicitis

Your doctor will suspect appendicitis based on your symptoms, medical history, and the physical examination.

To confirm the diagnosis of appendicitis, ultrasound, CT scan, MRI or X-ray of the abdomen might be advised. These tests help detect:

  • The exact cause and location of abdominal pain.
  • Other sources of abdominal pain.
  • The area of inflammation.
  • A burst appendix.
  • A blockage in the appendix opening.

Blood test results showing a high white blood cell count can help confirm an infection.

Urine tests are also performed to rule out kidney stones or urinary tract infection that might be causing the abdominal pain.

Appendicitis treatment

Once appendicitis is confirmed, a surgery is the treatment of choice. Immediate surgery reduces the chances of a perforation of the appendix. The surgical term for removing the appendix is called appendectomy or appendicectomy.

Surgical treatment

Depending upon each case of appendicitis, the options available, and individual choice, any of the following methods may be employed to perform appendectomy:

  • Laparoscopic surgery
    This is the most preferred method since it is followed a shorter recovery period. In this surgery, special instruments and a flexible tube with an attached camera are used to locate and remove the appendix through small incisions made in the abdomen.
  • Laparotomy
    In this surgery, the doctor makes only one incision to remove the appendix. A cut is made in the lower right area of the abdomen. This procedure is also preferred in the presence of peritonitis- an infection of the inner lining of the abdominal cavity.
  • Open surgery
    An open surgery is performed instead of laparoscopy when:
    • The person with appendicitis has previously had abdominal surgeries.
    • The appendix develops a lump called the appendix mass.
    • The appendix bursts.
  • Antibiotic therapy
    According to some studies that compared the respective outcomes of surgeries and antibiotic treatments to treat appendix, 70% of the appendix cases may resolve with antibiotics without needing a surgery.
    Antibiotics are usually given to people who are too weak to undergo a surgery. IV (Intravenous) antibiotics preferably cephalosporins are administered before an appendectomy. If the appendix bursts open (perforated appendicitis), the pus is drained immediately and antibiotics are administered till the patient's white blood cell count and temperature normalise.

Lifestyle management

Following tips can help you recover once you are sent home after the treatment:

  • Do not take any antibiotics unless your doctor prescribes them.
  • Keep a record of your temperature every 2 hours if you still have a fever. Bring it along in your next visit to the doctor.
  • Do not use painkillers. Taking medication for pain can make it hard to recognise if the appendicitis is getting better or worse.
  • Do not drink or eat if you are going for another health exam the next day.
  • Do not use laxatives or enemas; they could increase the risk of a ruptured appendix.
  • Take ample rest and enough sleep. It helps in recovering from an appendectomy faster.
  • Avoid straining your abdominal muscles and do not lift heavy things.
  • Include more fibre in your diet as it will help in preventing constipation and help ease bowel movement.
  • Take plenty of fluids every day.

Contact your doctor immediately if there is:

  • Blood in your urine or while vomiting.
  • Prolonged difficulty in emptying the bowel.
  • Constant vomiting.
  • Dizziness.
  •  An increase in the intensity of pain in your abdomen

Appendicitis prognosis & complications


If immediate surgery is performed to remove the appendix, most people are discharged within a day. For a complicated surgery that involves treating peritonitis, it may take about a week to be discharged. Chances of death from appendicitis are very low with an early medical intervention. Older people take a longer time to recover. More than 50% of people who do not have access to surgery or medications may lose their lives due to complications. The prognosis of a ruptured appendix is very poor.

In most cases, people can get back to their normal activities within a couple of weeks. However, after an open surgery, strenuous activities might need to be avoided for 4 to 6 weeks. One may experience constipation for a while, which can be resolved by eating a fibre-rich diet, staying hydrated, and taking codeine painkillers. People may experience pain in the tip of the shoulder after undergoing a laparoscopic surgery due to the gas that gets pumped in the abdomen during the surgery.


Following complications are possible after an appendix operation:

  • Obstruction of the small bowel
    People who undergo an operation for appendicitis have a 3% to 5% risk of having a small bowel obstruction (blockage in the small intestine).
  • Infection of the wound
    An infection of the surgical wound happens in about 3% of cases. The wound may either need a reopening or treatment with antibiotics may be needed depending upon its condition.
  • Peritonitis
    Bursting of the appendix can lead to spreading of the bacteria to other body parts. If the infection spreads to the peritoneum, a thin layer of tissue lining the abdomen, it is called peritonitis. Following are the signs indicating that your appendix may have burst:
    • Fever
    • Rapid heartbeat
    • Abdominal swelling
    • Feeling sick
    • Constant abdominal pain

Long-term problems or even death may occur if peritonitis is not treated immediately. Antibiotics and appendectomy are usually used for the treatment of peritonitis.

  • Abscesses
    Sometimes, pus collects around a burst appendix known as an abscess. Antibiotics are given to treat the abscess or the pus is drained out surgically.
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Medicines for Appendicitis

Medicines listed below are available for Appendicitis. 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.)
XopXop 100 Mg Tablet Dt66.0
EnidazolEnidazol 300 Mg Tablet28.0
FasigynFasigyn 500 Mg Tablet30.76
TiniTini 150 Mg Suspension37.32
Tini (Merk)Tini 300 Mg Tablet20.52
TinibaTiniba 300 Mg Tablet47.25
TinidinTinidin Infusion33.65
Tini DsTini Ds 1000 Mg Tablet12.3
TricolamTricolam 1000 Mg Tablet59.28
WondazoleWondazole 500 Mg Tablet34.85
CozitCozit 500 Mg Tablet60.5
ProtobidProtobid 300 Mg Tablet28.57
TinamideTinamide 500 Mg Tablet10.25
TincideTincide 500 Mg Tablet69.17
Tinibid DsTinibid Ds 1000 Mg Tablet47.62
Tinidazole 500 Mg TabletTinidazole 500 Mg Tablet18.67
TinifasTinifas 500 Mg Tablet31.5
TinimaTinima 500 Mg Tablet56.0
Tinipidi I.V.Tinipidi I.V. 2 Mg Infusion30.0
TinitasTinitas Tablet11.25
TinizoleTinizole Infusion56.75
TinvistaTinvista 300 Mg Tablet8.62
TodazTodaz 300 Mg Tablet17.0
Tz 500Tz 500 500 Mg Tablet24.11
ZilZil 1000 Mg Tablet25.45
Povimed Plus 5%W/W/1%W/W OintmentPovimed Plus Ointment46.35
Acrocip TzAcrocip Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet64.81
Bactocin TzBactocin Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet67.0
Baycip TzBaycip Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet35.65
Cindiflox DsCindiflox Ds 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet85.76
Cipet TzCipet Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet55.0
Ciplox TzCiplox Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet106.54
Cipowin TzCipowin Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet79.12
Ciprodil TzCiprodil Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet75.0
Ciprolac TzCiprolac Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet65.0
Cipromed TzCipromed Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet65.0
Cipromid TzCipromid Tz 300 Tablet62.0
Cipronij TzCipronij Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet28.4
Ciprosyn TzCiprosyn Tz Tablet75.0
CiprotinaCiprotina 125 Mg/150 Mg Syrup24.73
Ciprotina PCiprotina P 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet34.0
Cipro TzCipro Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet69.91
Ciprozed TdCiprozed Td 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet65.4
Cipson TzCipson Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet71.33
CiptiCipti 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet37.07
Cipti ForteCipti Forte 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet72.71
Cip TzCip Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet70.66
CipzolCipzol 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet27.83
CitiCiti 250 Mg/300 Mg Suspension26.58
CitibidCitibid 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet94.95
Citi HCiti H 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet95.0
Ciwi TzCiwi Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet74.76
Dak CpDak Cp 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet67.25
Donnagyl HDonnagyl H 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet37.0
Elquin TzElquin Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet78.0
EncitinEncitin 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet27.62
Floxid TzFloxid Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet68.25
GastrogylGastrogyl 250 Mg/300 Mg Suspension28.05
Gastrogyl DsGastrogyl Ds 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet80.55
Gastrogyl PlusGastrogyl Plus 250 Mg/600 Mg Tablet46.1
Hiflox Plus 500Hiflox Plus 500 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet102.6
Newcip TzhNewcip Tzh 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet33.0
Nk FloxNk Flox Tablet102.23
Ofloxina TzOfloxina Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet52.5
Panzer TzPanzer Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet72.47
Penquin TzPenquin Tz 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet37.95
Prokem TzProkem Tz 250 Mg/500 Mg Tablet63.67
Q Ciprox TzQ Ciprox Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet70.08
SiprozoleSiprozole 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet60.88
Symbocin TzSymbocin Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Syrup32.0
TiciTici 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet40.0
Tini CfTini Cf 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet85.81
TinicipTinicip 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet61.58
Veecin OzVeecin Oz Suspension40.0
VeecinVeecin Suspension29.56
Wenflox TWenflox T 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet89.66
Zaan CtZaan Ct 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet89.93
Akcip TzAkcip Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet72.17
Alcipro TnAlcipro Tn 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet70.66
Boxer TzBoxer Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet76.18
Cidik TzCidik Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet71.0
Cifomed TzCifomed Tz 125 Mg/150 Mg Suspension56.18
Cifran C ThCifran C Th 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet60.5
Cifran CtCifran Ct 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet107.0
Cifrodis TzCifrodis Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet78.5
Cipbid TzCipbid Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet70.0
Cipdose TzCipdose Tz 500 Mg/800 Mg Tablet20.0
CipgylCipgyl 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet70.25
Cipking TzCipking Tz Tablet37.5
Ciplox Tz HCiplox Tz H Tablet59.87
CiprazoleCiprazole 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet73.0
Ciprochem TzCiprochem Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet86.75
Ciprocin TzCiprocin Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet67.37
Ciprodex TzCiprodex Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet67.6
Ciprofex T ZCiprofex T Z 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet63.0
Ciprokem CtCiprokem Ct 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet70.66
Ciprolet ACiprolet A 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet33.4
Cipromax TzCipromax Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet78.75
Cipron TzCipron Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet76.71
Cipropen TzCipropen Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet27.5
CiprositCiprosit 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet30.95
Ciprotini HCiprotini H 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet31.08
CiprotiniCiprotini 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet63.87
CiprotizCiprotiz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet80.91
Ciprotum TzCiprotum Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet58.0
Cipro TCipro T 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet60.0
Ciprowin TzCiprowin Tz 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet36.02
Ciptam CthCiptam Cth 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet43.72
Ciptam CtCiptam Ct 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet80.75
Ciptec TzhCiptec Tzh 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet35.71
Ciptec TzCiptec Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet70.04
CipzinCipzin 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet67.0
Cipzole TzCipzole Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet27.0
Cipzy TzCipzy Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet67.93
CitizolCitizol 125 Mg/150 Mg Suspension42.0
Citoz TzCitoz Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet22.5
Citwin TzCitwin Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet25.92
CombifloxCombiflox 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet77.0
CombistarCombistar 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet90.0
CyprotoneCyprotone 500 Mg/600 Mg Syrup62.25
CytinCytin 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet67.85
Diarlop CtDiarlop Ct 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet80.56
Ensin TzEnsin Tz Tablet81.47
Flocy TzFlocy Tz 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet40.0
FloxazoleFloxazole 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet64.76
Floxstar TFloxstar T Tablet34.1
FormaxFormax 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet53.48
GerciptzGerciptz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet69.77
G Flox TzG Flox Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet27.5
Lomet CtLomet Ct 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet82.21
Loxy TLoxy T 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet206.25
Mahacip TzMahacip Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet31.25
Medicip TzMedicip Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet70.04
Mini CitizolMini Citizol 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet102.62
Neoflox TzNeoflox Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet80.28
Newcip TzNewcip Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet68.0
Nircip TzNircip Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet70.66
Omniflox CtOmniflox Ct 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet37.93
Oxacin TzOxacin Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet55.0
ParabactParabact 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet75.42
Q Bid TzQ Bid Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet75.65
Quinotop CtQuinotop Ct 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet85.0
Radicip TzRadicip Tz Tablet80.0
R Cipron TzR Cipron Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet73.6
Sigma CtSigma Ct 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet77.1
Sigma CthSigma Cth 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet39.3
Strox TzStrox Tz 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet22.43
SuperdacSuperdac 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet80.0
Supraflox TzSupraflox Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet85.0
TinibactTinibact 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet74.4
Tinicip DsTinicip Ds 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet67.27
TinroTinro 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet66.93
Trogyl Cz DsTrogyl Cz Ds Tablet66.46
Vikcip TzVikcip Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet68.55
Widakin TzWidakin Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet76.73
Zoxan TzZoxan Tz 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet30.45
Agroflox TzAgroflox Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet55.62
Cifoxin TzCifoxin Tz 200 Mg/300 Mg Tablet92.23
Dioflox TzDioflox Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet56.41
DtoDto 200 Mg/600 Mg Suspension38.7
Hycip TzHycip Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet70.5
Megaflox TzMegaflox Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet60.63
Oa TzOa Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Capsule55.25
Ofal TzOfal Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet70.42
OfgylOfgyl 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet70.67
Ofgyl HOfgyl H 100 Mg/300 Mg Tablet50.0
OflotinOflotin 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet69.3
Oflo TzOflo Tz 200 Mg/300 Mg Tablet50.95
OfnidaOfnida 200 Mg/600 Mg Suspension45.16
Ofset TzOfset Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet64.5
OftOft 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet61.98
Ofwin TzOfwin Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet66.41
Opec TzOpec Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet76.2
Open TzOpen Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet68.83
OtOt 200 Mg/500 Mg Tablet70.0
Q Vid TzQ Vid Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet56.2
Septicure TzSepticure Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet63.0
Tini OfTini Of 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet68.87
Topcin TzTopcin Tz 200 Mg/300 Mg Tablet69.81
Zevid TzZevid Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet85.0
Zocin TzZocin Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet70.4
Agloflox TzAgloflox Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Suspension19.0
Anaflox HAnaflox H Tablet39.0
Bestoflox TzBestoflox Tz 200 Mg/300 Mg Tablet60.65
Ciptid TzCiptid Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet59.5
Clof TzClof Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet76.41
Eldeflox TzEldeflox Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet85.0
Floxibact TzFloxibact Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet60.0
Floxur TzFloxur Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet80.2
Frez DsFrez Ds 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet53.0
Galoxin TzGaloxin Tz Tablet49.5
Harpoon TzHarpoon Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet97.45
Nicoflox TzNicoflox Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet26.25
Obact TzObact Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet79.2
O Cebran TnO Cebran Tn 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet49.0
Offmark TzOffmark Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet78.0
Offtex Tz (Alu)Offtex Tz 200 Mg/500 Mg Tablet13.17
Oflamed TzOflamed Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet50.23
Ofler TzOfler Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet50.47
Oflobact TzOflobact Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet66.51
Oflochem TzOflochem Tz 200 Mg/500 Mg Tablet85.0
Oflokem TzOflokem Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet72.53
Oflomac TzOflomac Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet79.75
Oflostar TzOflostar Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet94.38
Oflo Tz ForteOflo Tz Forte 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet66.25
Oflox TzOflox Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet106.0
Ofo TOfo T Suspension30.0
Oftop TzOftop Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet76.8
Oftum TzOftum Tz Tablet60.0
Ofx TzOfx Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet66.38
Okaflox TzOkaflox Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet112.0
Olife TzOlife Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet60.52
Owin TOwin T 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet29.37
Oxa TzOxa Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet83.48
Pin OtPin Ot 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet1062.5
Quinobid TzQuinobid Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet62.45
Sunflo TzSunflo Tz Tablet75.68
Zanocin TzZanocin Tz 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet126.07
ZenotinZenotin 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet54.5
Zenotin ForteZenotin Forte 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet35.94
Zo TZo T 200 Mg/600 Mg Tablet28.56
Amecide ForteAmecide Forte Tablet49.9
Amicline PlusAmicline Plus 375 Mg/300 Mg Tablet48.26
MetroquinMetroquin 300 Mg/200 Mg Tablet48.0
Anglonor TzAnglonor Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet20.0
CinzoleCinzole 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet52.57
DaksonDakson 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet15.85
Dakson OrlDakson Orl Oral Solution40.42
DazonorDazonor 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet60.0
FulstopFulstop 400 Mg/600 Mg Suspension38.0
Loxitin PLoxitin P 100 Mg/75 Mg Suspension30.55
MeganegMeganeg 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet41.3
Nogit TzNogit Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet24.87
Nore TNore T 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet15.93
Norgull TzNorgull Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet60.0
NortwinNortwin 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet16.98
Nor TzNor Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet57.73
NoxigylNoxigyl 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension23.5
Noxitef TzNoxitef Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet36.25
Ntini SpasNtini Spas 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet65.0
ProtobacProtobac 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet71.25
TindifloxTindiflox 200 Mg/150 Mg Syrup9.2
TizfloxTizflox 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet61.36
Bioflox TzBioflox Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet9.22
DiabaDiaba 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet44.58
Embenor TzEmbenor Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet14.49
EnterobactEnterobact 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet23.75
Enterotal LbEnterotal Lb 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet20.0
EnterotalEnterotal 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet60.0
FlontinFlontin 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet32.87
FloxidFloxid 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension39.0
Front DsFront Ds 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet47.5
FrontFront 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet50.27
Gramoneg TnGramoneg Tn 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet58.0
LocLoc 100 Mg/100 Mg Syrup28.65
Loxone TzLoxone Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet70.0
Marflox TzMarflox Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet21.56
MatrixMatrix 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet105.0
Nirnorf TzNirnorf Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet18.75
NorazolNorazol 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet65.61
Norbactin ZNorbactin Z 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet67.26
Norbid TNorbid T 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet14.12
Norcip TzNorcip Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet7.41
NordysNordys 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet293.0
Norfen TzNorfen Tz Syrup26.5
Norfled TzNorfled Tz 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet15.81
Norflokem TzNorflokem Tz Tablet30.0
Norflowok TzNorflowok Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet28.75
Norflox Tz TabletNorflox Tz Lb 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet63.57
NorkemtzNorkemtz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet60.0
Norlox TzNorlox Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet31.25
Norpen TzNorpen Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet24.37
Norspan TnNorspan Tn 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet42.0
Norstar TzNorstar Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet22.25
NortiniNortini 100 Mg/100 Mg Suspension31.0
Nortum TzNortum Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet45.0
Nox TzNox Tz Tablet46.0
Pd Nor TzPd Nor Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet8.81
SigmadysSigmadys 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet58.5
Tiniba NTiniba N Tablet16.97
TinicinTinicin 600 Mg/400 Mg Capsule42.37
Tini NfTini Nf 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet41.04
Tininor SfTininor Sf 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet36.0
Tinvista NfTinvista Nf Tablet23.12
Tn DdTn Dd Tablet33.0
Todaz NTodaz N Tablet61.81
Urozap TzUrozap Tz 400 Mg/600 Mg Tablet36.4
DandridDandrid Lotion282.0
Dilotin MpsDilotin Mps 250 Mg/300 Mg/25 Mg Syrup34.48
LumentaLumenta 250 Mg/300 Mg/25 Mg Tablet18.38
TindikonTindikon 250 Mg/300 Mg/25 Mg Syrup32.01
TinidilTinidil 250 Mg/300 Mg/25 Mg Tablet25.0
AmiridAmirid Tablet51.3
AmodilAmodil 250 Mg/300 Mg/25 Mg Tablet29.62
DialoxDialox 275 Mg/300 Mg/25 Mg Tablet28.73
Protobid MpsProtobid Mps Tablet40.0
Tinilox MpsTinilox Mps Suspension50.25
Dox M TzDox M Tz 100 Mg/600 Mg Tablet65.0
ImidoxImidox 100 Mg/600 Mg Tablet69.0
TidoTido Tablet55.0
DobactDobact Tablet75.2
EnterozolEnterozol Tablet37.22
FlucotiFlucoti 75 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet36.5
Q Can TzQ Can Tz 150 Mg/1000 Mg Kit32.0
VgVg 150 Mg/1000 Mg Kit44.55
Antif XAntif X 150 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet42.5
AzostatAzostat 150 Mg/1000 Mg Kit38.0
F Con AzF Con Az 150 Mg/1000 Mg Kit71.72
FlutiniFlutini 150 Mg/1000 Mg Kit25.7
Fluzide TFluzide T Kit32.0
Fusys TzFusys Tz Tablet51.23
Tin TinTin Tin 150 Mg/1000 Mg Kit34.01
Ginal VGinal V Tablet43.62
Ginlac VGinlac V 200 Mg/150 M/500 Mg Tablet79.4
TrizolacTrizolac Tablet65.3
Clotina VClotina V 250 Mg/150 Millionspores/500 Mg Tablet55.0
GynotabGynotab Tablet65.0
Myconorm VMyconorm V 6 Tablet16.25
TridaTrida Tablet48.0
VkliVkli Tablet88.3
V MazolV Mazol Tablet46.88
Healol PlusHealol Plus Ointment79.95
Septigard AnSeptigard An Cream69.89
Sufrate TpSufrate Tp Lotion140.0
Vagi(Rek)Vagi 2% W/V/5% W/V Cream15.93
Norflox TzNorflox Tz Tablet66.75
Gramogyl PlusGramogyl Plus Tablet66.5
Nortex TzNortex Tz Tablet55.56
Nortini LbNortini Lb Tablet22.96
TiniclineTinicline 250 Mg/300 Mg Tablet44.0

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