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Arthritis is characterised by typical inflammation of the joints, knee, elbow, hip, and ankle causing redness and pain. It is an autoimmune condition in which the body's immune system begins to destroy its own cells and cartilages. Affecting the joints and nearby area causing difficulty in movements. There are several forms of arthritis but rheumatoid, juvenile and osteoarthritis are the most prevalent forms. Arthritis has no permanent cure, however, managing it effectively can help in reducing pain and further prevent from risks associated with arthritis such cardiovascular and severe joint damages.

  1. What is Arthritis?
  2. Types of Arthritis
  3. Arthritis Symptoms
  4. Causes & Risk Factors of Arthritis
  5. Prevention of Arthritis
  6. Diagnosis of Arthritis
  7. Treatment of Arthritis
  8. Complications of Arthritis
  9. Ayurvedic medicine, treatment and remedies for Arthritis
  10. Homeopathic medicine, treatment and remedies for Arthritis
  11. Medicines for Arthritis
  12. Doctors for Arthritis

What is Arthritis?

Arthritis in layman term is usually referred to as a broad spectrum of joint diseases which can affect people of any age and gender. Previously researchers believed that arthritis was an age-related disorder only affecting people above 50 years. Recent studies claim that arthritis can strike anyone regardless of the age. In fact, this disease has become one of the major reasons of socio-economic concerns because this condition is famously known to disrupts locomotion (movement).

Types of Arthritis

Medical researchers believe that there exist at least 100 different forms of arthritis. Here, we are mainly highlighting the main kinds which affect people commonly. Arthritis can be mainly divided into the following categories

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
    Rheumatoid Arthritis is an autoimmune condition in which the body's own cells attack healthy cells assuming it to be foreign invasions. It is typically characterised by the inflammation (swelling) of the joints in fingers, knee, elbow, and ankle. Researchers hints that this condition affects children and women more than men.
  • Osteoarthritis
    Osteoarthritis is a more commonly found type of arthritis found in people between 30- 50 years. Research hints that this type usually occurs due to excessive use and wear and tear of cartilage present in between the joints. Due to inflammation(swelling) and damaged cartilages, the movement in the joints become extremely painful and limited.
  • Juvenile Arthritis  
    Juvenile arthritis is characterised by pain and inflammation and it is a type of Rheumatic arthritis which is found in children below 16 years of age. Juvenile arthritis symptoms include redness, warmth, joint pain, difficulty in movements in small children.
  • Infectious arthritis
    Infectious arthritis is also known as septic arthritis, it is a painful condition in which infections are caused due to bacterial and viral invasions of the joints and the fluids surrounding the joints. The fluids surrounding the joints is known as the synovial fluid. It can occur at any age and the reasons responsible for infectious arthritis is still not clearly known. However it is found mostly to be an acquired condition, where the infection enters the body via open wounds, surgery or certain medications trigger arthritis.   
  • Gout
    Gout is a disease which occurs due accumulation of uric acid in the blood which further manifests into inflammation causing arthritis. It is characterised by pain, swelling, and redness in a located spot due to needle-like projections and chalks stone crystals formation in between the joints causing sudden severe pain.

Arthritis Symptoms

All types of Arthritis have four strikingly common symptoms. You may:

  • feel pain and swelling (inflammation)
  • experience stiffness & tenderness in the joints
  • get a regular fever
  • experience localised redness in the affected area.  

Here are the symptoms of specific types of arthritis:

Symptoms of Juvenile arthritis 

If your child has juvenile arthritis, s/he may:

  • experience muscle weakness
  • get unexplained skin rashes
  • feel fatigued 
  • be unable to sleep properly (disturbed sleep) due to constant pain and stiffness.

Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid Arthritis commonly presents with these symptoms; you may:

  • experience limited range of motion in your (hands, fingers, joints, and feet)
  • suffer from anemia (low levels of iron in the body)
  • feel extreme tiredness (fatigue)   
  • suffer from depression (feeling low and unmotivated)
  • limp while walking (in advanced arthritis cases). Often you may not notice the limp but others can spot it.
  • experience joint deformity (advanced cases)

Symptoms of Osteoarthritis 

  • pain in the joints and muscles immediately after getting up in the morning.
  • audible crackling or popping sound from your joints.  
  • swelling or bulges in and around the joints
  • pain in the muscles and the joints by the end of the day, or even while you are resting.

Symptoms of gout

  • swelling along with tenderness.
  • warmth in that specific region.
  • skin may appear red, yellow, pale, mostly red.
  • affected area will be severely painful when touched.

When to see a doctor

You are highly recommended to see a doctor when you are experiencing regular pain and stiffness in the joints limiting your activities. Please do not delay as it is a lifelong condition and earlier you seek medical help better it is. 

Causes & Risk Factors of Arthritis

Medical researchers have still not yet been able to ascertain the exact causes of Arthritis. However, genetics and certain diseases are believed to increase your chances of having arthritis in many folds. This with reference to genetics arthritis, if it is running in your family then you are at greater likelihood of getting it from your parents. Top researchers suggest that people with arthritis genes pass it to their progenies and early prevention of this disease is the only way out to manage this condition. 

Certain injuries or impacts on joint hinges can increase your chances of getting arthritis. Researchers claim that inflammations (swellings) caused due to sudden injuries which are ignored and neglected may turn into arthritis. Certain Infections promote the onset of arthritis, for example, Rheumatoid arthritis is caused due to bacterial and viral invasions (attack) in the body.

Demanding occupations which require the body to undergo tremendous strain such as daily walking, long hours of standing or same position sitting for long durations aid to contracting arthritis. Doing exercises without the supervision of a professional guide may also lead to damaging of cartilages and joints. Researchers also believe that smoking also promotes joint stiffness and leads to arthritis. Hence quitting smoking is one of the safest and easiest options if arthritis is running in your family.

Risk Factors

The risk of developing arthritis may be higher if you

  • are overweight
  • are older
  • consume excessive amounts of alcohol and smoke
  • are suffering from malnutrition
  • have some sports injuries or have neglected some injuries

Prevention of Arthritis

How to prevent arthritis?

As the saying goes "prevention is better than cure", and as you may already know that its difficult to prevent arthritis specially with reference to people having arthritis in their genes. But we must try. Here are the following points which when followed can help delay the onset of arthritis and may also prevent this condition. 

  • Wear proper footwear. It has been observed improper gears lead to wear and tear of joints and aid to arthritis.
  • Eat a balanced diet specially rich in omega 3 fatty acids.  Certain fishes such as salmon and freshwater fishes are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Calcium-rich diet is also recommended.
  • Maintain a healthy weight. The more pressure the bones exert on the body the more are the chances for joint wear and tear. 
  • Do not neglect any injury especially of the knee and elbow and other joints. Show a doctor. 
  • Include gymming, yoga, swimming or any kind of physical activity to ensure healthy weight and also proper joint function. 
  • Last but not the least limit alcohol and avoid smoking so that you have healthy bones and joints. 

Diagnosis of Arthritis

Diagnosing arthritis is not easy and you are highly recommended to take help of a medical practitioner in confirming the disease. Do not assume you have arthritis till your physician confirms. You may need to undergo tests and physical examinations. Depending on your symptoms your doctor will physically examine you first. They will examine the site of inflammation and pain. They might gently press that region and assess the intensity of pain, redness, swelling, fluid accumulation and range of mobility. Depending on the initial screening your doctor will recommend certain tests.

  • Blood test
    Certain blood tests such as ESR test is done (Erythrocyte sedimentation test) this determines swelling inflammations in the joints. More the inflammations it is more likely that you may have arthritis. CRP (C- reactive protein) test is one of the best tests which detects a specific kind of protein which is found high when there are inflammations in the body due to arthritis.
  • Urine test
    Urine tests are especially useful when arthritis cannot be detected in blood samples. Hence Urine sample is analyzed and is checked for the presence of red blood cells, pus cells (infections), and proteins to confirm arthritis.
  • X-ray scan
    A standard X-ray is usually recommended by doctors.  X-ray is a simple test (rays are used) by which the doctor can clearly view bone deformities or calcium deposits. By doing an X-ray the doctor can understand the severity of the disease.
  • MRI scan
    Your doctor may recommend you an MRI also because in certain cases X-ray is not good enough to detect arthritis. MRI is found to be extremely helpful in detecting joint damages, particularly damage to the ankle, spine, knee, or shoulder. To evaluate the disease completely your doctor may recommend full body or affected part MRI and also ask for repeat scans in six months to check on disease progression.
  • Ultrasound
    Your doctor may also recommend an ultrasound ( viewing organs with help of ultrasonic waves) and also for applying heat to joints ( an important way to treat people with rheumatoid arthritis) Read further in detail treatment section

Treatment of Arthritis

There is no definite single cure for arthritis as of now. But having said that it does not mean that treatment is not required. You may be surprised to know that many patients self-treat themselves with topical painkillers etc and refrain from going to a doctor aiding to the progression of this disease. One must consult an Orthopedic and a rheumatologist in case of rheumatoid arthritis. 

For the treatment of various types of arthritis especially Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis medicines are recommended by doctors to treat inflammations and swellings. Hot and cold compresses are used to treat symptoms such as redness, soreness in the affected region. Few patients who are in a progressive stage in the disease, find it very difficult to carry on daily activities which require walking, cycling, jogging and standing for long hours the doctors encourage them to take up 1 physical activity at least such as yoga, swimming, aerobics, which put less strain on joints and also ensure range of motion.

Physiotherapy is an important treatment aspect in patients with arthritis. Progressive disease condition may lead to various deformities and extra growth in the bone which may make mobility and locomotion difficult hence with the help of physiotherapy exercises you can not only restore range of motion but also achieve flexibility. Your doctor may also recommend ultrasonic waves to relieve you from pain and ligament tension. By applying heat to the joints people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) relieve their muscle tensions and pain. So deep heat is applied to relax the affected joint areas.

Complications of Arthritis

Advanced cases of arthritis may lead to certain complications. Please note that this may not always be the case though. Here are some possible complications:

  • Heart diseases
    Cardiovascular diseases such as strokes and heart attacks have been often linked in people with Rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Chest pain, pain near the lungs and pressure in the blood vessels (vasculitis) have also been linked with arthritis. Hence there is a high-risk factor to contract cardiovascular diseases when having arthritis. You are highly recommended not to smoke, limit alcohol intake, and to adopt some form of physical activity to avoid heart-related complications.
  • Diabetes
    Due to less physical activity and forced sedentary lifestyle, there may be hormonal imbalances in the body of patients living with arthritis. This may lead to faulty insulin secretion which can further lead to diabetes (a lifelong condition).
  • Carpal tunnel
    Due to arthritis, there may be certain nerve compressions and damages which leads to tingling sensations and feeling of numbness. Carpal tunnel affects areas like wrists, fingers, and thumbs. When it gets severe, it may require surgical intervention.
  • Joint damage
    Arthritis is one of the world's leading reasons for joint damages. Doctors hint that if arthritis is not treated and arrested at an early stage then it leads to permanent joint damage causing damage to the tendons, nerves, and cartilages causing great discomfort and most of the times irreversible damages. It may cause permanent disabilities also.
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Dr. Arun S K


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Dr. Sudipta Saha


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Dr. Hatif Siddiqui


Medicines for Arthritis

Medicines listed below are available for Arthritis. 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.)
BencidBencid 500 Mg Tablet40.0
Kenacort 0.1% Oral PasteKenacort 0.1% Oral Paste60.8
DispredDispred 0.1% Eye Drop29.0
AlinolAlinol 10 Mg Tablet26.0
CiploricCiploric 100 Mg Tablet23.0
CiprolicCiprolic 100 Mg Tablet22.0
LodiricLodiric 250 Mg Capsule Sr71.0
LogoutLogout 100 Mg Tablet23.0
MyloricMyloric 100 Mg Tablet14.0
OxyprimOxyprim Capsule62.0
PiloricPiloric 100 Mg Tablet7.0
Zyloric TabletZyloric 100 Mg Tablet18.0
ZyrikZyrik 100 Mg Tablet24.0
AllgoricAllgoric 100 Mg Tablet25.0
Allopurinol 100 Mg TabletAllopurinol 100 Mg Tablet7.0
AlloricAlloric 300 Mg Tablet25.0
AlopurAlopur 100 Mg Tablet21.0
AlrikAlrik 100 Mg Tablet24.0
AlunoAluno 100 Mg Tablet28.0
AveryAvery 100 Mg Tablet27.0
AxanthineAxanthine 300 Mg Tablet70.0
GudloricGudloric 100 Mg Tablet20.0
LopnolLopnol 100 Mg Tablet Dt19.0
RyloricRyloric 100 Mg Tablet9.0
SwiloricSwiloric 100 Mg Tablet25.0
UridipUridip 100 Mg Tablet18.0
UritasUritas 100 Mg Tablet17.0
ZyleZyle 100 Mg Tablet10.0
RanloricRanloric 100 Mg Tablet7.0
ZanopirolZanopirol Tablet22.0
ClotClot 5 Mg Injection35.0
DefloxDeflox 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops12.0
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
BiodexoneBiodexone 4 Mg Injection6.0
DecamycinDecamycin 4 Mg Injection33.0
DecdanDecdan 0.5 Mg Tablet1.0
DexajectDexaject 4 Mg Injection9.0
DexaDexa Injection20.0
DexonaDexona 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
Dex ZDex Z Powder67.0
MeridecaMerideca 4 Mg Injection33.0
OzurdexOzurdex 0.7 Mg Injection24303.0
ZydexaZydexa 4 Mg Injection26.0
AuradexAuradex 8 Mg Tablet60.0
DecakemDecakem Injection7.0
DecdakDecdak St 0.5 Mg Tablet2.0
DecicortDecicort 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
DecmaxDecmax 4 Mg Tablet16.0
DecoliteDecolite 0.01% Drops15.0
DeksaDeksa 4 Mg Injection5.0
DemisoneDemisone 0.5 Mg Tablet2.0
DexacipDexacip 0.1% Drops8.0
DexageeDexagee 0.5 Mg Tablet12.0
DexalabDexalab 4 Mg Injection13.0
Dexamethasone 0.5 Mg TabletDexamethasone 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
DexapenDexapen 4 Mg Injection6.0
DexarilDexaril 4 Mg Injection12.0
DexasoneDexasone 0.10% Eye/Ear Drops7.43
DicorsoneDicorsone 0.5 Mg Injection6.0
LabizoneLabizone 20 Ml Injection22.0
Lodex(Syntho)Lodex 0.05% Drops9.0
LupidexaLupidexa 0.5 Mg Tablet2.0
MethasoneMethasone Tablet4.0
RavicortRavicort 4 Mg Injection9.0
UdicortUdicort 4 Mg Injection35.0
WymesoneWymesone 0.5 Mg Tablet2.0
AgidexAgidex Injection18.0
DecadronDecadron Injection10.0
DeexaDeexa 4 Mg Injection7.0
DexajetDexajet Injection9.0
DexamarkDexamark 4 Mg Injection9.0
Dexamethasone 4 Mg InjectionDexamethasone 4 Mg Injection12.0
Dexamethasone Sodium PhosphateDexamethasone Sodium Phosphate Injection85.0
DexamoxDexamox Kid Forte Tablet44.0
DexanirDexanir Injection9.0
DexasoleDexasole Injection5.0
DexasporinDexasporin Injection6.0
Dex EDex E Powder17.0
DexometDexomet 0.25% W/W Cream128.0
DexonilDexonil 4 Mg Injection63.0
DexonDexon Injection25.0
DexzyDexzy Injection5.0
OsidexOsidex Injection5.0
StedexStedex 0.5%/0.1% Eye Drops12.48
ZoftadexZoftadex 4 Mg Injection190.0
Infla BtrInfla Btr Tablet285.71
IboxaIboxa 200 Mg Capsule199.0
LupoxaLupoxa Capsule199.0
OxashineOxashine 200 Mg Capsule169.0
OxubaOxuba 200 Mg Tablet199.0
AksiprolAksiprol 200 Mg Tablet199.0
KneoxKneox Tablet200.0
MaxceprolMaxceprol Capsule199.0
Oxalcep OdOxalcep Od 600 Mg Tablet390.0
OxamacOxamac 200 Mg Capsule199.0
TrueceprolTrueceprol Capsule199.0
UceprolUceprol 200 Mg Capsule199.0
ZoxaflamZoxaflam 200 Gm Tablet210.0
DexacortDexacort Eye Drop17.73
Dexacort (Klar Sheen)Dexacort (Klar Sheen) 0.1% Eye Drop18.62
SolodexSolodex 0.1% Eye/Ear Drops7.23
Lupidexa CLupidexa C Eye Drop9.75
Ocugate DxOcugate Dx Eye Drop10.62
DexapinDexapin 1%/0.10% Eye Drop20.0
Gate DxGate Dx 0.1%/0.3% Drops37.35
4 Quin Dx4 Quin Dx Eye Drop17.84
Apdrops DmApdrops Dm 0.5% W/V/1% W/V Eye Drop108.0
Dexcin MDexcin M Eye Drop67.0
Mfc DMfc D Eye Drop88.0
Mflotas DxMflotas Dx 0.5%W/V/0.1%W/V Eye Drop90.0
Mo 4 DxMo 4 Dx Eye Drop80.0
Moxifax DxMoxifax Dx Eye Drop55.0
Moxitak DmMoxitak Dm Eye Drops20.12
MyticomMyticom Eye Drop75.74
Occumox DmOccumox Dm 0.5%/0.1% Eye Drop17.8
Mflotas DMflotas D Eye Drop18.08
Mflotas TMflotas T Injection18.08
MilflodexMilflodex Eye Drop115.0
Milflox DmMilflox Dm Eye Drop21.3
Mosi DMosi D Eye Drop11.25
MoxigramMoxigram 400 Mg Tablet115.86
Occumox DOccumox D Eye Drop17.8
4 Quin Pd4 Quin Pd 0.5% W/V/1% W/V Eye Drop76.92
Apdrops PdApdrops Pd 0.5% W/V/1% W/V Eye Drop26.0
CombaceCombace 0.5%/1% Eye Drops12.91
Mo 4 PdMo 4 Pd Ear Drop90.0
MoxipredMoxipred Eye Drops14.57
Moxigram PMoxigram P Eye Drop13.65
Occumox POccumox P Eye Drop19.75
Aflox DAflox D 0.3%/0.1% Drops15.4
Amoflox DAmoflox D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops11.15
Deflox DmDeflox Dm Eye Drops27.62
Festive DFestive D 0.3%/0.1% Drop26.0
Flan DxFlan Dx Eye Drops13.75
O Cebran DO Cebran D 0.3%/0.1% Drops18.0
Ofc DxOfc Dx 0.3%/0.1% Drops10.67
OfdexOfdex 0.3%W/V/0.1%W/V Eye/Ear Drops12.0
Ofelder DOfelder D 0.3%/0.1% Drops10.53
Ofen DxOfen Dx 0.3%/0.1% Drops25.76
Oflo DmOflo Dm 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops10.95
Oflomac DxOflomac Dx 0.3%/0.1% Eye/Ear Drops7.51
Oflozen DOflozen D 0.3%/0.1% Drops11.04
Olin DOlin D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops35.9
Omeflox DxOmeflox Dx 0.3%/0.1% Drops10.82
O Syn DxO Syn Dx Drops10.05
Oxop DOxop D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops11.71
Zevid DZevid D 0.3%/0.1% Drops16.8
Zo DZo D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drop8.69
Zuflo DZuflo D 0.3%/0.1% Eye/Ear Drops8.75
Zynoff DZynoff D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drop9.06
Oflacin DxOflacin Dx Eye Drop11.68
OfrondOfrond Eye Drops8.75
Protoflox DProtoflox D Eye/Ear Drops9.12
ApcApc Tablet89.0
Ampilong DsAmpilong Ds 500 Mg/500 Mg Tablet71.82
AmpilongAmpilong 250 Mg/250 Mg Tablet37.22
LongactLongact Tablet50.27
Appatoba DAppatoba D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops12.1
Itocin DItocin D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops21.25
Ocutob DOcutob D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops11.45
TobadexTobadex 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops16.0
Tobaren DTobaren D 0.3%/0.1% Drops15.29
Tobaren DmTobaren Dm 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops58.0
Tobazon DmTobazon Dm 0.3%/0.1% Drops9.92
TobradexTobradex 0.30%/.1% Drops18.29
Tobram DTobram D Eye Drops17.25
Toby DToby D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops11.08
Tojawa DTojawa D 0.3%/0.1% Drops13.67
TromadexTromadex 0.3%/0.1% Drops10.0
Paritob DParitob D Eye Drop37.71
TeradoxTeradox Eye Drops20.31
Tobacin DTobacin D Eye Drop35.9
Tobracid DmTobracid Dm Eye Drop13.56
Tobramed DTobramed D Eye/Ear Drops10.82
Tobrine DmTobrine Dm Eye Drops19.75
Tsun DTsun D Eye Drops19.15
TybroTybro Eye Drops40.0
Aquapred OAquapred O 0.3%/1% Eye Drops45.91
ExopredExopred 0.3%/1% Eye Drop46.8
Ofelder PaOfelder Pa 0.3%/1% Drops18.17
Oflo POflo P 3 Mg/10 Mg Eye Drops11.18
Ofray POfray P 0.3%/1% Eye Drops49.0
OmepredOmepred 0.3%/1% Eye Drops12.9
OploneOplone 0.3%/1% Eye Drops42.2
PredfaxPredfax 0.3%/1% Eye Drops10.36
Preds OPreds O 0.3%/1% Eye Drops42.0
ZypredZypred 0.3%/1% Eye Drop15.0
OcepredOcepred Eye Drop13.36
Dexapin CDexapin C Eye Drop13.97
Biocip DBiocip D 0.3%/0.1% Drop9.8
Ceprolen DCeprolen D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops11.18
Ciplex (Leeford)Ciplex 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops10.62
Cipromac D (Torque)Cipromac D Drop10.61
Ciprozen DCiprozen D 0.3%/0.1% Drops19.37
Kemocip DKemocip D 0.3%/0.1% Eye/Ear Drops9.71
Larcip DLarcip D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops7.25
Lucipro DLucipro D 0.3%/0.1% Eye/Ear Drops12.07
Zoxan DZoxan D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drop8.59
Ahlox DAhlox D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops9.2
Cebran DCebran D Eye Drop9.33
Ceflox DCeflox D Drop26.0
Chlorodex (Sun)Chlorodex Drop10.0
Cifomed DCifomed D Drop16.75
Cipcos DCipcos D Drops14.0
Ciplox DCiplox D Eye/Ear Drops14.0
KemocipKemocip Eye/Ear Drops7.28
Swiflox DSwiflox D Eye Drop7.5
Garasol DGarasol D 0.3%/0.1% Drops11.5
Gencin D MGencin D M Drops18.0
Gentacip DGentacip D 0.3%/0.1% Drop9.62
Gentajin DGentajin D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops7.04
Gentamide DmGentamide Dm 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops8.2
Gentapen DGentapen D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops8.36
Genticare DGenticare D 0.01%/0.3% Eye Drops9.66
GermentadGermentad 0.3%/0.1% Drops7.8
GlycortGlycort 0.3%/0.1% Drops10.0
Gentaglow DGentaglow D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops20.0
PyricortPyricort Eye Drop9.39
Biodexone NBiodexone N 0.5%/0.1% Eye Drops9.37
Dekortyn NDekortyn N 0.5%/0.1% Drops8.25
Dexacort NDexacort N 0.5%/0.1% Eye Ointment9.11
DexcinDexcin Eye/Ear Drops11.55
Opthodex NOpthodex N 0.5%/0.1% Drops9.41
Biosone PBiosone P Eye/Ear Drops40.0
Ocupol DOcupol D Eye Drop13.44
Renicol PxRenicol Px Eye Drops21.0
Takchlor CTakchlor C 10 Mg/1 Mg/5000 Iu Ointment46.2
Deximon PDeximon P Eye Drops22.5
Imix 10Imix 10 Eye Drops30.0
Imix D 10Imix D 10 Eye Drops80.0
Imix D 5Imix D 5 Eye Drops47.5
Imix DImix D Eye Drops36.25
Ocupol DxOcupol Dx Drop75.61
Dax LaDax La 250 Mg/250 Mg Tablet13.88
Distaclor PdDistaclor Pd Drop84.0
D ChlorexD Chlorex Eye Drops7.99
Decakem CDecakem C Eye Drops11.76
DecoDeco 0.5%W/V/0.01%W/V Eye/Ear Drops10.62
Dekortyn CDekortyn C 1%/0.1% Drops8.86
DexamonDexamon 1%/0.1% Drops9.8
DeximonDeximon 0.5%/0.1% Eye Drops47.55
Eptico DEptico D 5%/0.1% Drops9.66
KlorumdKlorumd 1%/0.1% Drops7.8
OpthodexOpthodex 1%/0.1% Eye Drops9.4
Opthodex SOpthodex S Drops9.75
PolydexPolydex 1%/0.1% Eye/Ear Drops43.75
RenidexRenidex 1%/0.1% Drops8.89
AvimonAvimon Eye Drops11.0
CareCare Drops51.05
Chlorgull DChlorgull D Eye/Ear Drops7.37
ChloridexChloridex Eye Drops20.87
Chlormet DmChlormet Dm Drops11.75
Chlorodex (Leeford)Chlorodex Eye Drop10.0
ClodilClodil Eye Drops35.87
Pc DexPc Dex Eye/Ear Drops37.98
PyrimonPyrimon Eye Drop11.4
VisomerVisomer Eye Drop23.93
Gatiquin PGatiquin P 0.3% W/V/1% W/V Eye Drop94.0
PredzyPredzy 3 Mg/10 Mg Eye Drops60.0
Gatsun PGatsun P 0.3%/1% Drops12.84
Siogat PSiogat P 0.3%/1% Eye Drops55.53
Zengat PZengat P Eye Drops13.1
Z PredZ Pred 0.3%/1% Eye Drops51.25
Gate PdGate Pd 3 Mg/10 Mg Eye Drops25.9
Gate P PGate P P 3 Mg/10 Mg Eye Drops28.35
KedexKedex 0.5%/0.1% Eye Drop50.0
KetrodexKetrodex Eye Drop70.0
Low DexLow Dex Eye/Ear Drops9.75
Mlobe PdMlobe Pd Eye Drop90.0
NordexNordex Eye Drops44.88
OrecureOrecure Ear Drops59.7
P.ColP.Col Drops25.0
PerfocynPerfocyn Ear Drop13.03
Ossilex AcOssilex Ac Drops21.87
SofradexSofradex Cream29.42
Sofradex FSofradex F Cream25.58
Tympalin CTympalin C Drops45.0
ADEL 14Adel 14 Ferrodona Drop215.0
ADEL 79Adel 79 Ferrodona Tonic Syrup610.0
SBL B Trim DropsB Trim Drop145.0
EdinaseEdinase Ds Tablet249.0
EnractinEnractin Ds Tablet275.0
ADEL Formica Rufa DilutionFormica Rufa Dilution 1 M155.0
Dr. Reckeweg Formica Rufa DilutionFormica Rufa 4 X Mother Tincture Q200.0
ADEL Manganum Acet DilutionManganum Aceticum Dilution 1 M155.0
Dr. Reckeweg Manganum Acet. DilutionManganum Aceticum Dilution 1 M155.0
ADEL Nat Silicicum DilutionNatrum Silicicum Dilution 1 M155.0
Omeo Alfa and Ginseng Sugar freeOmeo Alfa Ginseng Syrup75.0
Dr. Reckeweg Pichi DilutionPichi Dilution 1 M155.0
Dr. Reckeweg R19Reckeweg R19 Drop200.0
Dr. Reckeweg R20Reckeweg R20 Drop200.0
SignohealSignoheal Ds Tablet300.0
ThrizeThrize Ds Tablet309.0
Dr. Reckeweg Thyroidinum 3x TabletThyreoidinium Trituration Tablet 3 X190.0
Dr. Reckeweg Thyroidinum DilutionThyrodinum Dilution 1 M155.0
Schwabe Thyroidinum 3X (LATT)Thyroidinum 3 X Tablet120.0
ZymogesicZymogesic 180 Mg/96 Mg/200 Mg Tablet300.0

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