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Summary

Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs in which there is fluid or pus accumulation in the small air sacs called alveoli of the lungs. It can affect one or both the lungs. Pneumonia is associated with many underlying causes including bacterial, fungal, viral and other less common types of infection. Symptoms include a cough, fever with chills, and difficulty in breathing. These symptoms can be mild, moderate, or severe. The intensity of the infection is determined by many factors such as the microorganism causing the infection, the overall health as well as the age of the affected person. Diagnosis is established based on the medical history of the affected person, laboratory tests and other diagnostic and imaging tests.

Treatment depends on the type of infection that causes pneumonia. If pneumonia occurs due to a viral infection, no specific treatment is employed and the individual’s health usually improves on its own. In the case of bacterial pneumonia, antibiotics are used. While pneumonia is mostly treated at home or out of a doctor’s clinic, a severe infection may require hospitalization. Complications of the disease may include lung abscess (pus formation), respiratory failure, or sepsis (blood infection), which may also lead to multiple organ failure. People who are otherwise healthy usually show a quick recovery if prompt treatment and care is initiated. However, for children under five years of age and adults above the age of 65 years, pneumonia tends to be more serious. People suffering from long-term diseases, especially those of the kidneys, lungs or the heart, and have a weak immune system, pneumonia tends to be severe.

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

What is Pneumonia

Our lungs have tubular structures, called bronchi, which help carry the inhaled air to the lungs. These bronchi, after entering the lungs, further keep on branching to form bronchioles. Bronchioles terminate into clusters of tiny air sacs called alveoli. When the alveoli become inflamed or swollen and get filled up with fluid, the condition is known as pneumonia.

While pneumonia affects children and adults globally, its prevalence is maximum in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. India, with 4.3 crore cases of childhood pneumonia reported every year, tops the list of 15 countries across the world who have a high burden of pneumonia. The rate of morbidity has been found to vary between 0.2 to 0.5 episodes per child-year. Out of these, approximately 10 to 20 % of the cases are of severe intensity.

How does pneumonia spread?

  • Via droplets 
    When a person with pneumonia coughs or sneezes without covering the nose and/or mouth.
  • Via blood 
    Especially during and shortly after birth.

More studies are needed to understand how pneumonia pathogens spread as it is an important aspect of prevention.

Pneumonia symptoms

The symptoms of pneumonia may either develop slowly over a period of several days or suddenly within 24-48 hours.

Common symptoms are:

  • Fever.
  • A general sense of being unwell.
  • A cough, which may be dry, or produce a thick yellowish green, green, brown or blood-stained mucus (phlegm).
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Sweating.
  • Shivering.
  • Low energy and extreme tiredness.
  • Difficulty in breathing even while resting. You may feel breathless or your breathing may turn rapid and shallow without any exertion.
  • Rapid heartbeat.
  • Pain in the chest of a sharp or stabbing kind, which worsens on breathing. or coughing.

Less common symptoms are as follows:

Pneumonia can sometimes mimic other conditions, such as:

  • Asthma - spasms in the bronchi of the lungs.
  • Acute bronchitis - inflammation or swelling of the bronchi of the lungs.
  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) - a chronic condition in which acid from the stomach flows back into the food pipe.
  • Lung abscess - pus accumulation in the lungs.
  • Empyema - pus formation in the layers covering the lungs (pleura).
  • COPD - a group of lung disorders caused by long-term obstruction of the airflow in the lung, thus interfering with breathing.
  • Pulmonary embolism - a blockage in the vessels supplying blood to the lungs and preventing it from reaching the lung tissues.
  • Vasculitis - inflammation or swelling of the walls of the blood vessels.
  • Endocarditis - inflammation of the inner membrane lining the insides of the heart.
  • Whooping cough.
  • Bronchiolitis obliterans - an obstruction in the small airways of the lungs due to swelling or inflammation.
  • Congestive heart failure - a condition affecting the pumping efficiency of the heart.
  • Lung cancer.

Pneumonia causes and risk factors

Causes

Depending on the causative organism, pneumonia may be of the following types:

  • Viral pneumonia
    The flu (influenza) virus commonly causes viral pneumonia and is responsible for approximately one-third of all the pneumonia cases. In children below the age of one year, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is the most common cause. Moreover, the occurrence of viral pneumonia makes the individual more prone to acquire the bacterial form of the disease as well. Other viruses that can cause pneumonia are rhinovirus (the common cold virus), human metapneumovirus (HMPV), and human parainfluenza virus (HPIV).
  • Bacterial pneumonia
    Pneumonia caused by bacterial infection is known as bacterial pneumonia. The commonest cause is Streptococcus pneumoniae or Pneumococcus bacteria. Bacterial pneumonia usually occurs when the overall health of a person is unstable. The reasons may be illness, old age, malnutrition or even conditions like compromised immunity.
  • Fungal pneumonia 
    This form of the disease is caused by fungi. A fungus known as Pneumocystis jirovecii causes a serious infection called pneumocystis pneumonia. It usually occurs in people with a weak immune system. The immune system may be weakened due to a number of causes, such as organ/blood /marrow/ or stem cell transplant, AIDS, chemotherapy or long-term steroid use. Other fungi, which can cause infections leading to pneumonia include Histoplasma and Cryptococcus (found in droppings of birds and in the soil, which is contaminated with bird droppings).
  • Atypical pneumonia
    If pneumonia is caused by one of the following types of bacteria, then it is called atypical pneumonia.
    • Chlamydia pneumoniae 
      Usually causes pneumonia that is mild in nature. This type of infection is most common in the age group of 65 to 79 years.
    • Mycoplasma pneumoniae 
      Usually affects those less than 40 years of age. People who reside or work in crowded places like homeless shelters or prisons have a greater chance of getting this type of pneumonia. Although it usually causes a mild form of pneumonia and antibiotics are effective against it, sometimes it may turn serious and demonstrate other associated symptoms of hemolysis (breakdown of red blood cells) and skin rashes.
    • Legionella pneumoniae 
      It spreads through cooling towers, fountains, and spas. This type of pneumonia is called as Legionnaire's disease and most commonly takes a serious form.
  • Other types 
    Some other types of pneumonia are:
    • Aspiration pneumonia
      This variant is caused by inhaling a foreign object like a peanut, or a toxic substance such as smoke, a chemical or vomit.
    • Hospital-acquired pneumonia 
      This type of pneumonia occurs in people who are in the intensive-care unit of a hospital, especially if they have been put on a ventilator. It is also called “nosocomial pneumonia”.
    • Community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) 
      This type occurs outside of hospitals or other healthcare facilities.

Risk Factors

Risk factors refer to those factors, which might increase your chances of getting pneumonia. These include:

  • Age 
    While pneumonia can affect people of all age groups and genders, two age groups are particularly at a greater risk of developing the condition. These are:
    • Babies up to two years of age, as their immune systems have do not fully develop by then.
    • People aged 65 years or older, as with age the immune system begins to weaken.
  • Lifestyle 
    Excessive alcohol consumption, cigarette smoking (active smoking or inhaling smoke passively), and malnourishment increase the chances of acquiring pneumonia.
  • Environment 
    If you have been exposed to toxic fumes, pollutants or certain chemicals, your risk of acquiring pneumonia goes up
  • Living in crowded homes
    Congested places are most commonly associated with the growth of disease-causing agents. Thus, living in congested places increases the chances of contracting pneumonia.
  • Indoor air pollution 
    It is caused by cooking and/or heating with biomass fuels like wood or cow-dung.
  • Other factors 
    ​Other factors that may also increase your chances of acquiring pneumonia are listed below:
    • Recent flu or a cold.
    • People in the intensive-care unit of a hospital, especially those who are on a ventilator. This increases one’s chances of getting “hospital-acquired pneumonia” (nosocomial pneumonia).
    • Those who are under the effect of sedatives or are not much ambulant.
    • Difficulty in coughing because of some medical condition (like a stroke), or difficulty swallowing.
    • A weak immune system due to various surgical and medical causes, such as organ/blood /marrow or stem cell transplant, AIDS, chemotherapy or long-term steroid use.
    • A chronic lung disorder or other serious underlying medical conditions, such as diabetes, asthma, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), cystic fibrosis, heart failure, bronchiectasis or sickle cell disease.

Prevention of Pneumonia

You can reduce your chances of getting the infection by taking some preventive measures, such as:

Practice good hygienic measures

  • When you cough or sneeze, ensure that you cover your mouth and nose with a thick tissue or a handkerchief. If these are not available, cough or sneeze in your elbow and not in your hands.
  • Wash your hands regularly after wiping your mouth/nose, visiting the washroom and before having food, to avoid germs.
  • Immediately discard used tissues.

Maintain a healthy lifestyle

  • Quit smoking.
  • Limit alcohol intake.
  • Eat fresh fruits and vegetables.
  • Exercise regularly.

Vaccination

Vaccines for pneumonia cannot prevent it in every case but people who get vaccinated have milder infections. Resultant pneumonia does not last long and has less serious complications as compared to the infection in those without vaccination.

  • Pneumococcal pneumonia vaccine
    This type of vaccination is particularly recommended for:
    • Children less than five years of age.
    • Children older than five years old and suffering from lung ailments, heart diseases or cancer.
    • Adults more than 65 years of age
    • Smokers
    • People who have chronic diseases, such as diabetes, HIV/AIDS, asthma, or a weak immune system.
  • Flu (influenza) vaccine 
    Many times, people who get the flu are more prone to getting pneumonia than their healthy counterparts. Thus, getting vaccinated every year can help prevent contracting the disease. The flu vaccine is usually administered in the months of September to November, i.e., just before the time when it is most frequently spread.
  • Hib vaccine 
    Haemophilus influenzae type b (H1b) (a bacteria) causes pneumonia and meningitis. Thus, to prevent these two infections, this vaccine is administered in children. It is usually recommended for all kids less than five years old and is often given to babies starting at six months of age.

Diagnosis of Pneumonia

A diagnosis of pneumonia is established by the doctor based on the following:

Medical history

While taking your clinical history, your doctor may specifically ask about the following:

  • Smoking habit.
  • Your past and present medical conditions, if any.
  • Whether you have been vaccinated for flu or pneumonia.
  • Any exposure to sick people at school, workplace, or home.
  • Exposure to animals,
  • If you are currently on any medications.
  • A recent history of travel.

Physical examination

Your doctor will place his/her stethoscope on your chest and listen for any abnormal sounds in your lungs while you breathe to suspect a pneumonia infection.

Diagnostic tests 

In case pneumonia is suspected, your doctor may advise a few of the following diagnostic tests:

  • Chest X-ray 
    A chest X-ray is the best diagnostic test in case pneumonia is suspected. Your doctor will look for inflammation or swelling in your lungs.
  • Blood tests 
    A complete blood count (CBC) will be carried out to assess how active your immune system is in fighting the infection.
  • Blood culture 
    Blood culture is carried out to find out whether the infection has spread to your bloodstream so that accordingly, your doctor can plan the treatment.
  • Sputum test 
    This test is performed to find out which microorganism is responsible for your pneumonia. Based on this test, your doctor will be able to design a specific treatment course.
  • Chest computed tomography (CT) scan 
    This test can demonstrate the extent to which your lungs are affected by pneumonia or to find out whether there are any complications.
  • Pleural fluid culture 
    For this test, a fluid sample is taken from the pleural space. A pleural space is a narrow and usually germ-free space that is present between the two layers of tissue that cover the outside of the lungs and the inner side of the chest cavity. This procedure is known as “thoracentesis.” The fluid thus collected, is examined to look for any microorganisms that might have caused pneumonia.
  • Pulse oximetry 
    This test is carried out to check how much oxygen is present in your blood. It is performed by simply attaching a sensor to your ear or index finger. Sometimes the oxygen level in the blood may need to be measured by performing the arterial blood gas test, which is done by taking a blood sample.
  • Bronchoscopy 
    It is a procedure performed using a flexible thin tube, which is passed through the mouth or nose into the windpipe to reach the lungs. It is usually carried out if the prescribed antibiotics are not working as expected.

Pneumonia treatment

Treatment for pneumonia mainly depends on the pneumonia type, its severity, and the causative microorganism. The treatment is mainly focused on relieving the symptoms, resolve the infection and to prevent the development or worsening of complications.

  • Usually, viral pneumonia resolves by itself within one to three weeks. Antiviral medications may be prescribed by your physician.
  • In the case of bacterial pneumonia, an antibiotic course is the treatment of choice. The symptoms may get relieved soon after starting the medications. However, It is recommended to take the antibiotics for the prescribed period of time to completely resolve the infection, failing to do so has a high chance of getting a relapse of pneumonia.  An improvement can be seen in one’s condition within one to three days of antibiotic course. People with severe infection or complications may require hospitalisation. If the oxygen level in the bloodstream drops, oxygen therapy may be given.
  • Most people with community-acquired pneumonia are treated at home.

Lifestyle management

If you already are suffering from pneumonia, you can take the following steps to recover faster and prevent further complications.

  • Take medicines regularly as prescribed by the doctor.
  • Take ample rest.
  • Minimise physical contact with family and friends.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a thick handkerchief or a tissue, while coughing or sneezing.
  • Dispose off the used tissues immediately.
  • Wash your hands frequently.

All the above-mentioned things will help prevent the spread of infection to other people.

Recovery after pneumonia takes time. Some people may heal faster and continue with their normal routines within a week, while for others, it can take up to a month or more. It is best to consult your doctor about getting back to your normal routine.

Pneumonia prognosis and complications

Prognosis

Most people with pneumonia recover completely, more so when prompt medical treatment and care is given. However, pneumonia can be fatal, especially for the aged and those with underlying chronic diseases. Pneumonia, however, usually does not cause any permanent damage to the lungs. 

Complications

If left untreated, pneumonia could lead to the following complications:

  • Lung abscess 
    It is a condition in which bacterial infection of the lung tissue causes the affected tissues to die leading to the development of pus in that space. It is usually treated with antibiotics. Sometimes surgery or drainage (with a needle) may be needed.
  • Bacteraemia 
    It is a condition when the bacteria spread from the original infection site into the bloodstream. It is a serious complication.
  • Septic shock 
    Bacteraemia may lead to septic shock. Septic shock can be fatal as well.
  • Pleural effusion 
    This condition leads to fluid build-up in the pleural space, which is a narrow space between the two layers (pleura), one is the inner lining of the chest cavity and the other covers the outer side of the lungs.
  • Empyema 
    In this condition, the fluid build-up in the pleural space gets infected. Empyema may necessitate the drainage of fluid through a chest tube.
  • Pleurisy 
    Pleurisy is said to occur when the two layers of the pleura become swollen or inflamed. This causes a sharp pain every time you inhale.
  • Respiratory failure 
    Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) is a severe form of respiratory failure. If this happens, a ventilator is required to help the person breathe.
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Medicines for Pneumonia

Medicines listed below are available for Pneumonia. 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.)
AxlAxl 250 Mg Tablet74.0
BlumoxBlumox 250 Mg Tablet Dt86.0
EfimoxEfimox 775 Mg Tablet Er67.0
EroxErox 125 Mg Suspension36.0
MegamoxMegamox 500 Mg Tablet Dt99.0
MoxMox 250 Mg Capsule46.0
NovamoxNovamox 100 Mg Rediuse Drops35.0
PulmoxylPulmoxyl 250 Mg Tablet Dt63.0
WymoxWymox 125 Mg Dry Syrup39.0
ZovaxZovax 125 Mg Syrup35.0
AceclaveAceclave 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet107.0
AcmoxAcmox 125 Mg Dry Syrup36.0
Acmox DsAcmox Ds 250 Mg Tablet39.0
AglomoxAglomox 125 Mg Dry Syrup18.0
AlmoxAlmox 125 Mg Dry Syrup17.0
Ambac D.Ambac D. 125 Mg Syrup70.0
AmotidAmotid 125 Mg Syrup39.0
Amotid (Kopran)Amotid 250 Mg Capsule35.0
Amotid ForteAmotid Forte 250 Mg Syrup67.0
Amotid KidAmotid Kid 125 Mg Tablet22.0
A MoxA Mox 125 Mg Dry Syrup32.0
AmoxAmox 125 Mg Tablet20.0
Amox CAmox C 1000 Mg Injection27.0
AmoxilAmoxil 125 Mg Dry Syrup13.0
Amoxil KidAmoxil Kid 125 Mg Tablet10.0
AmoxivanAmoxivan 125 Mg Suspension10.0
Amox PAmox P 125 Mg Tablet23.0
AmoxycillinAmoxycillin 125 Mg Syrup24.0
Amoxycillin (Torque)Amoxycillin 250 Mg Capsule38.0
AmoxycipAmoxycip 125 Mg Rediuse38.0
AmoxygullAmoxygull 125 Mg Dry Syrup8.0
AmoxyronAmoxyron 125 Mg Dry Syrup11.0
AmurolAmurol 250 Mg Tablet Dt13.0
Amurol NxAmurol Nx 125 Mg Syrup10.0
AmxAmx 125 Mg Syrup26.0
ArkamoxArkamox 500 Mg Capsule52.0
AtmoxAtmox 250 Mg Tablet42.0
BactimoxBactimox 250 Mg Tablet37.0
BactomoxBactomox 250 Mg Tablet Dt45.0
BilinBilin 250 Mg Tablet45.0
BitamoxBitamox 250 Mg Capsule75.0
BlismoxBlismox 250 Mg Capsule37.0
Blumox PBlumox P 125 Mg Tablet42.0
BromoxBromox 125 Mg Tablet12.0
CipmoxCipmox 125 Mg Tablet Dt26.0
C Mox (Concept)C Mox 250 Mg Capsule11.0
ComoxylComoxyl 125 Mg Tablet163.0
DamoxyDamoxy 125 Mg Syrup14.0
Damoxy (Alembic)Damoxy 250 Mg Tablet Dt16.0
DanemoxDanemox 125 Mg Tablet20.0
DelaminDelamin 250 Mg Capsule37.0
Delamin PDelamin P 125 Mg Tablet15.0
DelmoxDelmox 250 Mg Tablet55.0
DilmoxDilmox 250 Mg Capsule42.0
DynamoxDynamox 250 Mg Tablet47.0
EdomoxEdomox 250 Mg Capsule45.0
ElmoxElmox 125 Mg Syrup12.0
EvoxilEvoxil 500 Mg Capsule32.0
FlemoxinFlemoxin 125 Mg Syrup34.0
FuzimoxFuzimox 250 Mg Capsule46.0
GermoxGermox 125 Mg Dry Syrup18.0
GlamoxinGlamoxin 125 Mg Syrup16.0
HipenpHipenp 125 Mg Drop13.0
ImoxImox 125 Mg Tablet Dt14.0
KamoxKamox 100 Mg Tablet90.0
KomoxKomox 500 Mg Capsule19.0
LabmoxLabmox 100 Mg Drop12.0
LarixinLarixin 125 Mg Tablet Dt22.0
LmxLmx 250 Mg Dry Syrup36.0
LogisticLogistic 125 Mg Tablet19.0
LoxynLoxyn 250 Mg Capsule39.0
MedmoxMedmox 250 Mg Tablet45.0
MenmoxMenmox 250 Mg Tablet Dt35.0
Menmox ForteMenmox Forte 500 Mg Capsule83.0
MerimoxMerimox 250 Mg Capsule12.0
MexenMexen 250 Mg Tablet38.0
MokcanMokcan 125 Mg Suspension28.0
MonamoxMonamox 250 Mg Capsule35.0
MonomoxMonomox 500 Mg Capsule64.0
MormoxMormox 125 Mg Tablet Dt67.0
MoxgardMoxgard 125 Mg Tablet Dt6.0
MoxicaMoxica 125 Mg Syrup35.0
Moxica LbMoxica Lb 250 Mg Tablet58.0
MoxikemMoxikem 125 Mg Dry Syrup11.0
MoxikindMoxikind 250 Mg Tablet40.0
MoxilebMoxileb 250 Mg Capsule28.0
MoxilinkMoxilink 250 Mg Tablet36.0
MoxiliumMoxilium 125 Mg Syrup29.0
MoximonMoximon 125 Mg Tablet7.0
MoxipalMoxipal 125 Mg Tablet7.0
MoxipilMoxipil 250 Mg Capsule13.0
MoxitasMoxitas 125 Mg Syrup115.0
MoxnovaMoxnova 250 Mg Tablet30.0
MoxrayMoxray 125 Mg Tablet6.0
MoxxilMoxxil 250 Mg Capsule37.0
MoxylarMoxylar 125 Mg Syrup38.0
Zenith Moxyzen CapsulesZenith Moxyzen Capsules
Zenith Moxyzen Clav TabletZenith Moxyzen Clav Tablet 625 mg121.0
MymoxMymox 250 Mg Capsule28.0
NepomoxNepomox 250 Mg Capsule30.0
NodimoxNodimox 125 Mg Syrup14.0
OctamoxOctamox 125 Mg Tablet Dt21.0
Optimox(Tro)Optimox 125 Mg Tablet14.0
Optimox PlusOptimox Plus 125 Mg Tablet139.0
OromoxOromox 250 Mg Tablet40.0
OspamoxOspamox 100 Mg Drop10.0
Pd MoxPd Mox 125 Mg Dry Syrup18.0
PenomPenom 125 Mg Dry Syrup28.0
PexomoxPexomox 250 Mg Tablet62.0
PressilinPressilin 250 Mg Tablet34.0
PressmoxPressmox 250 Mg Tablet Dt30.0
Pressmox PPressmox P 125 Mg Tablet25.0
Q Mox(Que Pharma)Q Mox 250 Mg Capsule33.0
Q MoxQ Mox 500 Mg Capsule61.0
RekmoxRekmox 125 Mg Tablet42.0
RemoxylRemoxyl 125 Mg Syrup33.0
RomoxRomox 250 Mg Dry Syrup34.0
Romox (Rhombus)Romox 500 Mg Capsule25.0
Romox KidRomox Kid 125 Mg Tablet20.0
RonemoxRonemox 125 Mg Syrup17.0
Sb MoxSb Mox 125 Mg Syrup32.0
SepticinSepticin 250 Mg Tablet36.0
SeptimoxSeptimox 250 Mg Capsule39.0
SymoxylSymoxyl 250 Mg Capsule19.0
SynthomoxSynthomox Capsule38.0
TaurmoxTaurmox 250 Mg Tablet36.0
TegamoxTegamox 500 Mg Capsule64.0
TmxTmx 500 Mg Capsule65.0
TrimoxTrimox 100 Mg Drops25.0
TusimoxTusimox 250 Mg Tablet27.0
UniloxUnilox 250 Mg Capsule39.0
UnimoxUnimox 125 Mg Dry Syrup32.0
WarcilinWarcilin 125 Mg Dry Syrup15.0
WomoxWomox 125 Mg Suspension10.0
ZenmoxZenmox 250 Mg Capsule38.0
ZmoxZmox 125 Mg Syrup67.0
Z Mox KidZ Mox Kid 250 Mg Tablet21.0
ZymoxZymox 250 Mg Tablet Dt38.0
AfymoxAfymox 250 Mg Tablet Dt40.0
AgimoxAgimox 250 Mg Capsule46.0
Amoxicillin CapsuleAlkem Amoxicillin Capsule104.0
AmocinAmocin 250 Mg Tablet23.0
AmoduxAmodux Capsule33.0
Amoxicillin 500 Mg CapsuleAmoxicillin 500 Mg Capsule47.0
AmoxipenAmoxipen 125 Mg Syrup18.0
Amoxy (Blue Cross)Amoxy 500 Mg Capsule55.0
AmoxycareAmoxycare 125 Mg Dry Syrup30.0
Amoxycillin(Jagsonpal)Amoxycillin 500 Mg Capsule31.0
Amoxycillin (Makers)Amoxycillin 125 Mg Tablet12.0
Amoxycillin (Nestor)Amoxycillin 125 Mg Oral Suspension7.0
AmoxyAmoxy 250 Mg Capsule18.0
AngemoxAngemox 250 Mg Capsule9.0
Aristomox KidAristomox Kid 125 Mg Tablet15.0
AristomoxAristomox 125 Mg Syrup14.0
Bactol KidBactol Kid 125 Mg Tablet14.0
BactolBactol 250 Mg Capsule19.0
BiomoxilBiomoxil 125 Mg Syrup20.0
BiomoxBiomox 250 Mg Capsule40.0
CamoxiphenCamoxiphen 500 Mg Capsule37.0
CaremoxCaremox 250 Mg Tablet35.0
CepmoxCepmox Capsule28.0
ClearmoxClearmox 250 Mg Tablet33.0
Dynamox (Micro Labs)Dynamox 250 Mg Capsule47.0
Elmox KidElmox Kid 125 Mg Tablet23.0
Elmox RElmox R 250 Mg Capsule13.0
EthimoxEthimox 125 Mg Tablet68.0
Exylin (Maker Lab)Exylin 125 Mg Tablet8.0
ExylinExylin 125 Mg Syrup9.0
FlamoxFlamox 250 Mg Capsule65.0
GenmoxGenmox 250 Mg Capsule29.0
HexamoxHexamox 250 Mg Tablet41.0
Hipen AHipen A 250 Mg Capsule13.0
IatromoxIatromox 250 Mg Capsule48.0
IfimoxIfimox 250 Mg Capsule57.0
InfemoxInfemox 500 Mg Capsule78.0
Intamox OIntamox O 1500 Mg Tablet50.0
JetmoxJetmox 125 Mg Tablet19.0
JimeJime 250 Mg Tablet265.0
KeemoxKeemox 250 Mg Tablet30.0
LamoxyLamoxy 500 Mg Capsule124.0
LupimoxLupimox 125 Mg Tablet7.0
MonkMonk 228.5 Mg Tablet Dt90.0
MoxilMoxil 250 Mg Syrup99.0
MoxilupMoxilup 250 Mg Capsule35.0
MoxinaMoxina 250 Mg Capsule99.0
MoxintaMoxinta 250 Mg Capsule12.0
MoxwayMoxway 125 Mg Tablet8.0
MoxylifeMoxylife 125 Mg Syrup19.0
MoxymacMoxymac 250 Mg Tablet42.0
MoxytabMoxytab 250 Mg Tablet46.0
NirmoxNirmox 250 Mg Tablet86.0
OnamoxOnamox 250 Mg Tablet46.0
Onamox DOnamox D 125 Mg Syrup62.0
Ospamox (Zydus)Ospamox 250 Mg Tablet Dt35.0
PatmoxPatmox 250 Mg Capsule36.0
PilmoxPilmox 250 Mg Capsule11.0
PuremoxPuremox 250 Mg Tablet224.0
RadimoxRadimox 125 Mg Syrup68.0
RanoxylRanoxyl 125 Mg Syrup11.0
RaymoxRaymox 250 Mg Capsule23.0
R MoxR Mox 500 Mg Capsule62.0
R Mox Forte KidR Mox Forte Kid 250 Mg Tablet36.0
Romox(Shi)Romox 250 Mg Capsule45.0
SinmoxSinmox 125 Mg Syrup22.0
SpamoxSpamox 250 Mg Tablet41.0
StalmoxStalmox 250 Mg Capsule33.0
SumoxSumox 250 Mg Drops16.0
SvizmoxSvizmox 250 Mg Capsule13.0
SwimoxSwimox 125 Mg Syrup28.0
TerimoxTerimox 250 Mg Capsule80.0
TidoxylTidoxyl 125 Mg Tablet Dt11.0
Udimox KidUdimox Kid 125 Mg Tablet28.0
Valimox KidValimox Kid 250 Mg Tablet33.0
ValucloxValuclox 250 Mg Capsule52.0
ValuemoxValuemox 250 Mg Tablet38.0
V BactV Bact 250 Mg Tablet Dt48.0
Amicin InjectionAmicin 100 Mg Injection19.0
AmikamacAmikamac 100 Mg Injection21.0
AmitaxAmitax 500 Mg Injection66.0
IvimicinIvimicin 100 Mg Injection18.0
MacmikaMacmika 100 Mg Injection21.0
MbkacinMbkacin 100 Mg Injection18.0
Mikacin InjectionMikacin 100 Mg Injection19.0
MikastarMikastar 500 Mg Injection53.0
MikMik 100 Mg Injection19.0
OmnikacinOmnikacin 100 Mg Injection25.0
AcilAcil 100 Mg Injection21.0
AcmacinAcmacin 100 Mg Injection17.0
AkikAkik 100 Mg Injection11.0
AlfakimAlfakim 100 Mg Injection24.0
AmiactAmiact 100 Mg Injection17.0
AmibioticAmibiotic 100 Mg Injection8.0
AmicaAmica 500 Mg Injection48.0
AmicidAmicid 100 Mg Injection16.0
AmicomAmicom 100 Mg Injection15.0
AmijectAmiject 100 Mg Injection27.0
AmikabAmikab 100 Mg Injection16.0
Amikacin InjectionAmikacin 100 Mg Injection15.0
AmikamedAmikamed 100 Mg Injection21.0
AmikanitAmikanit 100 Mg Injection25.0
AmikasAmikas 250 Mg Injection12.0
AmikaterAmikater 100 Mg Injection20.0
AmikatilAmikatil 100 Mg Injection19.0
AmikefAmikef 500 Mg Injection69.0
AmikopAmikop 250 Mg Injection8.0
AmikosideAmikoside 100 Mg Injection58.0
AmilabAmilab 100 Mg Injection58.0
AmimacAmimac 250 Mg Injection35.0
AminatAminat 100 Mg Injection19.0
AminogenAminogen Eye Drop136.0
AmisacAmisac 100 Mg Injection11.0
AmisafeAmisafe 100 Mg Injection15.0
AmisterAmister 100 Mg Injection19.0
AmitrustAmitrust 100 Mg Injection20.0
AmivaAmiva 500 Mg Injection55.0
AmizecAmizec 100 Mg Injection16.0
AmkeyAmkey 100 Mg Injection15.0
AmtopAmtop 100 Mg Injection19.0
AroxineAroxine 100 Mg Injection22.0
BiklinBiklin 100 Mg Injection15.0
Biocin (Marc)Biocin 100 Mg Injection15.0
CachmikCachmik 100 Mg Injection9.0
CormikCormik 100 Mg Injection15.0
DimikDimik 100 Mg Injection16.0
EmicaEmica 100 Mg Injection16.0
EmikacinEmikacin 500 Mg Injection60.0
EncinEncin 100 Mg Injection16.0
G KacinG Kacin 250 Mg Injection29.0
GlycacinGlycacin 500 Mg Injection65.0
GlykacinGlykacin 500 Mg Injection58.0
JakacinJakacin 500 Mg Injection55.0
KazomikKazomik Ear Drops54.0
M Cin (Parenteral)M Cin 100 Mg Injection237.0
MegamikaMegamika 100 Mg Injection14.0
Mika BestMika Best 100 Mg Injection10.0
MikabitMikabit 100 Mg Injection17.0
MikadexMikadex 100 Mg Injection15.0
MikajectMikaject 100 Mg Injection15.0
MikaromMikarom 500 Mg Injection55.0
MikasafeMikasafe 100 Mg Injection16.0
MikasetMikaset 100 Mg Injection15.0
Milkalab 500Milkalab 500 500 Mg Injection34.0
OmacOmac 500 Mg Injection19.0
OrkacinOrkacin 100 Mg Injection20.0
SitrocinSitrocin 100 Mg Injection13.0
SpaikeSpaike 100 Mg Injection58.0
ZekacinZekacin 100 Mg Injection6.0
ZoftamicZoftamic 100 Mg Injection70.0
AcgatesAcgates 500 Mg Injection74.0
AerobactAerobact 100 Mg Injection14.0
AkasynAkasyn 250 Mg Injection9.0
AlinfecAlinfec 250 Mg Injection30.0
AmcinAmcin 100 Mg Injection7.0
AmeeAmee 100 Mg Injection8.0
AmfectAmfect 250 Mg Injection34.0
AmicipAmicip 100 Mg Injection6.0
Amikacin SulphateAmikacin Sulphate 500 Mg Injection11.0
AmikanexAmikanex 100 Mg Injection6.0
AmikapenAmikapen 500 Mg Injection8.0
AmimaxAmimax 100 Mg Injection19.0
AmineAmine 500 Mg Injection59.0
AmipicAmipic 100 Mg Injection5.0
AmironAmiron 100 Mg Injection16.0
AmistarAmistar 100 Mg Injection18.0
AmitalAmital 500 Mg Injection61.0
AmitoAmito 500 Mg Injection59.0
AnamikaAnamika 500 Mg Injection61.0
AycinAycin 100 Mg Injection19.0
AzcinAzcin Gel50.0
BlumikaBlumika 250 Mg Injection35.0
BrukinBrukin 500 Mg Injection60.0
CamicaCamica 100 Mg Injection18.0
CecefCecef 1000 Mg Injection70.0
CuresinCuresin 250 Mg Injection27.0
D CinD Cin Eye Drops22.0
EmbikaEmbika 100 Mg Injection14.0
EumikEumik 100 Mg Injection15.0
FymikaFymika 100 Mg Injection16.0
Ivimicin 50Ivimicin 50 50 Mg Injection18.0
KacimarkKacimark 100 Mg Injection13.0
KacinKacin 100 Mg Injection19.0
KlomicKlomic 500 Mg Injection59.0
LupamikLupamik 100 Mg Injection30.0
MakinMakin 100 Mg Injection14.0
MarichMarich 500 Mg Injection15.0
MaxeeMaxee 100 Mg Injection1.0
MciMci 100 Mg Injection18.0
MicaMica 100 Mg Injection22.0
MicinMicin Injection8.0
MikanirMikanir 100 Mg Injection79.0
MikataxMikatax 100 Mg Injection15.0
Mikatax MdvMikatax Mdv 500 Mg Injection250.0
MkcinMkcin 100 Mg Injection5.0
NikacinNikacin 500 Mg Injection44.0
NkacinNkacin 500 Mg Injection70.0
NosomikNosomik 100 Mg Injection15.0
ProcinProcin Eye Drops57.0
SermikaSermika 100 Mg Injection19.0
UdicinUdicin 250 Mg Injection29.0
UnimikaUnimika 100 Mg Injection21.0
Web MWeb M 500 Mg Injection45.0
Abclox CvAbclox Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup45.0
AcAc 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup50.0
ActisActis 125 Mg/31.25 Mg Syrup55.0
Actis HsActis Hs 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Suspension60.0
AcuclavAcuclav 1.2 Gm Injection119.0
Add ClavAdd 625 Mg Tablet77.0
Admoxy CvAdmoxy Cv 625 Tablet120.0
Advent ForteAdvent Forte 400 Mg/57 Mg Dry Syrup139.0
AfdclavAfdclav 625 Mg Tablet180.0
A KlaveA Klave 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection190.0
AksimaxAksimax 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet126.0
AlclavAlclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet191.0
Alclav DuoAlclav Duo 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup42.0
Altamox DuoAltamox Duo 625 Mg Tablet198.0
AmclueAmclue 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet235.0
Amex CvAmex Cv 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection210.0
AmiktamAmiktam 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection190.0
AmolclaveAmolclave 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection127.0
Amotid ClavAmotid Clav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup55.0
Amox ClAmox Cl 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup49.0
AmoxyclavAmoxyclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection56.0
Ampilox CvAmpilox Cv 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection128.0
AnticlavAnticlav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup64.0
ApcilApcil 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet98.0
AugclavAugclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection190.0
AugmentinAugmentin 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection119.0
AugmexxAugmexx 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection136.0
AugpenAugpen 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection143.0
AugukaAuguka 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet216.0
AugumaxAugumax 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection173.0
AugutroyAugutroy 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection146.0
AugymoxAugymox 125 Mg/31.25 Mg Suspension100.0
AugzenAugzen 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection155.0
AzomentinAzomentin 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet95.0
BactoclavBactoclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet Dt95.0
BactovanBactovan 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection150.0
BenzoclavBenzoclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection179.0
BestomaxBestomax 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet115.0
Biclopen CvBiclopen Cv Syrup54.0
BilclavBilclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection127.0
Bilclav DsBilclav Ds 400 Mg/57 Mg Dry Syrup115.0
Bilclav DuoBilclav Duo 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Suspension64.0
Blumox CaBlumox Ca 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet93.0
BmxclavBmxclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet133.0
BoostimBoostim 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection151.0
CavmoxCavmox 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet93.0
Ceaze AcCeaze Ac Tablet179.0
CismoxCismox 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup66.0
Cismox DuoCismox Duo 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup116.0
ClamchekClamchek 125 Mg/31.25 Mg Suspension52.0
ClamocidClamocid 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection117.0
ClamoxClamox 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection142.0
Clamox BidClamox Bid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup65.0
ClamoxinClamoxin 125 Mg/31.5 Mg Syrup57.0
ClampClamp 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Drop78.0
Clamp Kid ForteClamp Kid Forte Dry Syrup125.0
ClanoxyClanoxy 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection162.0
ClarenceClarence 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup65.0
ClauvmentinClauvmentin 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection180.0
ClavactumClavactum 1000 Mg/200 Mg Infusion184.0
ClavamClavam 1000 Mg/62.5 Mg Tablet Xr400.0
Clavam BidClavam Bid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup52.0
Clavam ForteClavam Forte Dry Syrup127.0
ClavcareClavcare 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup45.0
Clavcare DsClavcare Ds 500 Mg/125 Mg Dry Syrup45.0
ClavcureClavcure 625 Tablet260.0
ClavidurClavidur 1.2 Gm Injection119.0
ClavifastClavifast 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup73.0
ClavimoxClavimox 125 Mg/31.25 Mg Syrup61.0
Clavimox PlusClavimox Plus 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup60.0
ClavlinClavlin 125 Mg/31.25 Mg Dry Syrup67.0
ClavmentinClavmentin 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection84.0
ClavofordClavoford 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet125.0
ClavohextClavohext 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Suspension58.0
ClavosealClavoseal 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection144.0
ClavosisClavosis 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup110.0
ClavotecClavotec 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet219.0
ClavotrolClavotrol 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup85.0
ClavoxClavox 1000 Mg/200 Mg Tablet194.0
ClavoxoneClavoxone 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet190.0
Clavu MClavu M 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet82.0
ClaxinClaxin 250 Mg/125 Mg Capsule65.0
Claxin CvClaxin Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet153.0
CledomoxCledomox 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection133.0
Cledomox KidCledomox Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet46.0
ClevermoxClevermox 400 Mg/57 Mg Dry Syrup59.0
ClovinextClovinext 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet248.0
ClovistaClovista 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet99.0
C MoxC Mox 125 Mg/31.25 Mg Dry Syrup18.0
CoeamoxCoeamox 375 Mg Tablet179.0
CombetCombet 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup45.0
Cormox CvCormox Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet280.0
CuramCuram 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection140.0
CvilinCvilin 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup59.0
CvmoxCvmox 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet157.0
DelpoclavDelpoclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Suspension70.0
Demox CvDemox Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup46.0
Demox Cv KidDemox Cv Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet49.0
Demoxin Cv (Alde Medi)Demoxin Cv 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection180.0
Demoxin Cv (Indchemie)Demoxin Cv 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet102.0
Dicimox CvDicimox Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Suspension62.0
Dilmox CvDilmox Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup58.0
DosclavDosclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup47.0
DuclavDuclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection131.0
DumoxDumox 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection193.0
DuomoxDuomox 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup79.0
DuroclavDuroclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup57.0
EndoclavEndoclav 625 Tablet153.0
EradiclavEradiclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection87.0
Eradiclav DuoEradiclav Duo 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection124.0
Evoxil CvEvoxil Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup62.0
ExclusiveExclusive 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup47.0
FectionFection 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet141.0
Fection BdFection Bd Dry Syrup62.0
Fection DsFection Ds 400 Mg/57 Mg Dry Syrup89.0
Fection DtFection Dt Tablet69.0
FemexelFemexel 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet171.0
FightoxFightox 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet139.0
Flemoxin CvFlemoxin Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet175.0
Flemoxin Cv PlusFlemoxin Cv Plus Tablet138.0
FmclavFmclav 350 Mg/75 Mg Dry Syrup44.0
Genomox CvGenomox Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Syrup65.0
GlanclavGlanclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection198.0
GodclavGodclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet134.0
GrandmoxGrandmox 375 Mg Tablet149.0
HhamclavHhamclav 375 Tablet199.0
IficlavIficlav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet Dt62.0
IndclavIndclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection115.0
JediJedi 625 Mg Tablet141.0
JonclavJonclav 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet243.0
JoyclavJoyclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet239.0
JuvclavJuvclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet96.0
KeebioticKeebiotic Tablet110.0
KlavucillinKlavucillin 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup104.0
KoactKoact 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection60.0
Kokkos ClavKokkos Clav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup96.0
KonqurKonqur 125 Mg/31.25 Mg Syrup58.0
LaciclavLaciclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup103.0
Laciclav DtLaciclav Dt 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet78.0
Laciclav ForteLaciclav Forte Syrup104.0
Lacom CvLacom Cv 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection160.0
LactoclaavLactoclaav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection113.0
Lactoclaav KidLactoclaav Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet71.0
Lectimox Cv BdLectimox Cv Bd 500 Mg/125 Mg Dry Syrup65.0
LimaclavLimaclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet120.0
LmgLmg 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet180.0
MasterclavMasterclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup61.0
Medmox CvMedmox Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup55.0
Mega CvMega Cv 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet96.0
MegoxMegox 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection20.0
MoclaveMoclave 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup94.0
Molox CvMolox Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet56.0
Monamox ClMonamox Cl 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection153.0
Monix CvMonix Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet113.0
MonoclavMonoclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet148.0
Monomox ClMonomox Cl 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup58.0
MordicaMordica 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection109.0
MoxclavMoxclav 1.2 Gm Injection119.0
Mox CvMox Cv 1 Gm Tablet300.0
Moxica CvMoxica Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet104.0
MoxigemMoxigem 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet99.0
Moxigold CvMoxigold Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet85.0
Moxileb CvMoxileb Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup46.0
Moxilium CvMoxilium Cv 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection55.0
Moxina CvMoxina Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup56.0
MoxmentinMoxmentin 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet148.0
Moxodin CvMoxodin Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet126.0
Ms ClavMs Clav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup90.0
MucoclavMucoclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup98.0
Mucoclav KidMucoclav Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet Dt100.0
Myclav InjMyclav Inj 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection140.0
Nable DsNable Ds 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup63.0
NavclavNavclav 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet199.0
Nikomox CvNikomox Cv 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection135.0
Niomox CvNiomox Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet143.0
Nuromox CvNuromox Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup56.0
OcclavOcclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup59.0
Octamox CvOctamox Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup53.0
OgmenOgmen 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup87.0
OgmiosOgmios 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection133.0
OptimoxOptimox 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet173.0
Optimox CvOptimox Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet260.0
Patra DsrPatra Dsr Capsule60.0
PatraPatra Tablet37.0
Pd Mox CPd Mox C 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection172.0
Pd Mox C DuoPd Mox C Duo 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup46.0
Penalin CvPenalin Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup56.0
PenclavPenclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection128.0
PenhancePenhance 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection183.0
Penhance BdPenhance Bd 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup52.0
Penhance DdPenhance Dd 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet134.0
PensynPensyn 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet109.0
PexoclavPexoclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup52.0
PolyclavPolyclav 125 Mg/31.5 Mg Dry Syrup35.0
PowerclavPowerclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet153.0
PressclavPressclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection120.0
PriclavPriclav 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet49.0
Q Mox CvQ Mox Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup52.0
Q Mox Cv KidQ Mox Cv Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet55.0
RemiclavRemiclav 625 Mg Tablet101.0
ResiclavResiclav 625 Mg Tablet124.0
R Mox CvR Mox Cv 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet77.0
RoclavRoclav 375 Mg Tablet243.0
Romox ClRomox Cl 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup65.0
RonclavRonclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection199.0
RoxclavRoxclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet386.0
SeptoclavSeptoclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection194.0
SolzerSolzer 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet120.0
StaclavStaclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection171.0
Starclav BidStarclav Bid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup55.0
Surmox CvSurmox Cv 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection125.0
Umox PlusUmox Plus 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup57.0
Unimox CvUnimox Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup64.0
ValuementinValuementin 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup50.0
VerclavVerclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection146.0
WarclavWarclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Oral Suspension52.0
WeclavWeclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup59.0
XoclaveXoclave 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup60.0
XtendXtend 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet180.0
XynateXynate 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection133.0
YugclaveYugclave 625 Tablet101.0
Zemox ClZemox Cl 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection169.0
ZoclavZoclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet199.0
Zoxil CvZoxil Cv 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection189.0
ZubactZubact 1000 Gm/200 Gm Injection184.0
ZyclavZyclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup62.0
Zyclav KidZyclav Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet85.0
AclavAclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup71.0
AdvallerAdvaller Dry Syrup58.41
AdventAdvent 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup52.0
AkelloAkello 200 Mg/28.50 Mg Syrup105.0
Aloclave DsAmoclave Ds 400 Mg/57 Mg Syrup66.0
AmclaidAmclaid 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet84.0
AmokavAmokav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup62.0
Amol(Idol)Amol 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet120.0
Amopot CvAmopot Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet142.0
AmopotAmopot 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection133.0
AmoxclavAmoxclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet230.0
AmoximentinAmoximentin 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet68.0
Amoxy PlusAmoxy Plus 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup58.0
Amoxy(Symbiosis)Amoxy Plus Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet147.0
Ampilox Cv KidAmpilox Cv Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet88.0
AmplifyerAmplifyer 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet135.0
Ampoxin CvAmpoxin Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Suspension56.0
AnateAnate 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet42.0
AnsquareAnsquare 625 Tablet141.0
AthoclavAthoclav 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet199.0
Atmox ClAtmox Cl 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet235.0
AugduoAugduo Syrup54.0
AugmedAugmed 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection172.0
AugnicAugnic 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup76.0
AugremoAugremo Tablet91.0
AugumedAugumed 625 Mg Tablet252.0
Axl CvAxl Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet127.0
BacticlavBacticlav 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet133.0
Bactoclav DdsBactoclav Dds 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup107.0
Barclav PdBarclav Pd 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Suspension66.0
BarclavBarclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection191.0
Barrister KidBarrister Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet54.0
BarristerBarrister 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup55.0
Bax Cv Kid Tablet DtBax Cv Kid Tablet Dt80.0
Bax CvBax Cv 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection127.0
Bmoxy CvBmoxy Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet206.0
Boosti ClavBoosti Clav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet75.0
Boostim BdBoostim Bd 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup60.0
Boostim DsBoostim Ds 400 Mg/57 Mg Suspension101.0
BruclavBruclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection153.0
Carolox CvCarolox Cv 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet79.0
Cepoxim XpCepoxim Xp 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet246.0
CerclavCerclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet209.0
CipclavCipclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection200.0
Cipmox CvCipmox Cv Dry Syrup39.0
ClafelClafel 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet324.0
Clamchek BdClamchek Bd Dry Syrup59.0
Clamchek ForteClamchek Forte 400 Mg/57 Mg Syrup93.0
Clamp KidClamp Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet114.0
Clav DenClav Den 625 Mg Tablet46.0
Clavilect A ForteClavilect A Forte 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup102.0
Clavilect AClavilect A 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet114.0
ClavitufClavituf 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup54.0
ClavmarkClavmark 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup43.0
Clavmentin DuoClavmentin Duo Dry Syrup36.0
ClavobactClavobact 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet167.0
ClavogardClavogard 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection126.0
ClavricClavric 625 Mg Tablet259.0
ClavscotClavscot 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection175.0
ClavsunClavsun 625 Mg Tablet243.0
ClavwokClavwok Tablet57.0
Clearmox CvClearmox Cv 125 Mg/500 Mg Tablet192.0
Clompic CvClompic Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup52.0
Co SymoxylCo Symoxyl 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup46.0
CureclavCureclav 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet79.0
DuetDuet 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup52.0
DuomentineDuomentine 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet87.0
Duomox KidDuomox Kid Tablet71.0
Elmox CvElmox Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet99.0
EnhancinEnhancin 125 Mg/31.25 Mg Suspension60.0
Eradiclav DsEradiclav Ds Dry Syrup109.0
Erox CvErox Cv 200 Mg/22.8 Mg Syrup54.0
EstoclavEstoclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet123.0
EstraclavEstraclav Tablet114.0
ExclavExclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet305.0
ExtraclavExtraclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet144.0
Fightox KidFightox Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet82.0
Fil CvFil Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet190.0
Fixtrue CvFixtrue Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet250.0
FlamclovFlamclov 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection153.0
Flamox CvFlamox Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup30.0
Flemiclav ForteFlemiclav Forte 400 Mg/57 Mg Dry Syrup92.0
Flemiclav KidFlemiclav Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup45.0
FlemiclavFlemiclav 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet88.0
ForticlavForticlav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection169.0
FytoclavFytoclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet198.0
GemclavGemclav 125 Mg/31.25 Mg Dry Syrup66.0
Genmox CvGenmox Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet110.0
GericlavGericlav Injection127.0
[email protected] Cv[email protected] Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup58.0
GoldclavGoldclav 125 Mg/31.25 Mg Dry Syrup111.0
HexamentinHexamentin 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet325.0
HibridHibrid Dry Syrup306.0
Hibrid KidHibrid Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet40.0
HiclavHiclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet355.0
HinyclavHinyclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet120.0
Hipen ClavHipen Clav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup32.0
HippoclavHippoclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection190.0
Iatromox CvIatromox Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup49.0
Infumox CvInfumox Cv Tablet240.0
KlavkingKlavking 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet107.0
KlavoxKlavox 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup72.0
KlyxKlyx 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet204.0
Konamox CvKonamox Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup110.0
LariclavLariclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection170.0
Larixin CvLarixin Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet172.0
Lavan ALavan A 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection139.0
Lmx ForteLmx Forte 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection142.0
LogoclavLogoclav 625 Mg Tablet239.0
LupiclavLupiclav 625 Mg Tablet134.0
MagniclavMagniclav Tablet151.0
Manox ClavManox Clav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup57.0
Masterclav ForteMasterclav Forte 400 Mg/57 Mg Dry Syrup123.0
Masterclav KidMasterclav Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet87.0
MaxichemMaxichem Tablet150.0
MaximizinMaximizin 125 Mg/31.25 Mg Syrup96.0
McvMcv Tablet180.0
Mcv DsMcv Ds Suspension69.0
Megaclav 1000/200 Mg InjectionMegaclav 1000/200 Mg Injection36.0
MegaclavMegaclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup52.0
Megaclav Ds Dry SyrupMegaclav Ds Dry Syrup117.0
Megaclav KidMegaclav Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet116.0
MegamentinMegamentin 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet170.0
Megamox CvMegamox Cv 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet132.0
Megamox Cv KidMegamox Cv Kid Tablet98.0
MegatasMegatas 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet44.0
Mitimox CvMitimox Cv 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet144.0
Miximox CvMiximox Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup50.0
MocaMoca 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet110.0
MoclawinMoclawin 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet37.0
Mokcan CvMokcan Cv 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup38.0
Monk CvMonk Cv 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection199.0
Monk Cv PlusMonk Cv Plus 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup104.0
Moxclav BdMoxclav Bd 228.5 Mg Suspension52.0
Moxclav EsMoxclav Es Suspension184.0
Moxifast CvMoxifast Cv Tablet161.0
Moxikind CvMoxikind Cv 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection116.0
MoxilaMoxila 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet156.0
Moxilink CMoxilink C 625 Mg Tablet139.0
Moxime CvMoxime Cv 125 Mg/31.25 Mg Dry Syrup56.0
Moximentin BdMoximentin Bd 875 Mg/125 Mg Tablet89.0
Moxiz CvMoxiz Cv 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection197.0
Moxpic CaMoxpic Ca Capsule356.0
MoxynicMoxynic 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection143.0
Moxynic DuoMoxynic Duo 875 Mg/125 Mg Tablet223.0
MulticlavMulticlav 125 Mg/31.25 Mg Syrup43.0
Multiclav KidMulticlav Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet67.0
MyclavMyclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup56.0
Nano CvNano Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet115.0
N ClavN Clav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection186.0
Nikomox DsNikomox Ds 400 Mg/57 Mg Dry Syrup126.0
NovaclavNovaclav 125 Mg/31.25 Mg Syrup64.0
Novamox CvNovamox Cv 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection119.0
Novamox Cv ForteNovamox Cv Forte 400 Mg/57 Mg Syrup139.0
Nthrosin CvNthrosin Cv 625 Tablet140.0
OcvOcv 625 Tablet95.0
OmniclavOmniclav 625 Mg Tablet101.0
OneclavOneclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection250.0
OramoxyOramoxy 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet63.0
Oro CvOro Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet222.0
PactelPactel 875 Mg/125 Mg Tablet203.0
PeclavPeclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup75.0
PenciclavPenciclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup56.0
Penclav KidPenclav Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet88.0
Polyclav BdPolyclav Bd 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup43.0
Polyclav DsPolyclav Ds 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet54.0
Pressclav FortePressclav Forte 400 Mg/57 Mg Dry Syrup90.0
PrimaclavPrimaclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet119.0
PrinciclavPrinciclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet79.0
ProclavProclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet240.0
RadimentinRadimentin 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup39.0
RaziclavRaziclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet117.0
ReclaavReclaav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection127.0
Reclaav ForteReclaav Forte Suspension93.0
RinclavRinclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet220.0
RticlavRticlav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup62.0
Rz Cv BidRz Cv Bid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup62.0
Rz CvRz Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet200.0
Rz Cv KidRz Cv Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet Dt80.0
SanclavSanclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection221.0
SensiclavSensiclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection121.0
Sp ClavSp Clav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection132.0
StrikerStriker Capsule81.0
Symbiotik XlSymbiotik Xl 625 Tablet260.0
SynthopenSynthopen Tablet247.0
TenaclavTenaclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup55.0
TervisTervis 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet123.0
Tervis DsTervis Ds 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup58.0
ThemiclavThemiclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet120.0
ThreoclavThreoclav 625 Tablet99.0
TopclavTopclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet193.0
Tresmox CvTresmox Cv 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet84.0
Trimox Cv KidTrimox Cv Kid Tablet Dt61.0
Trumox CvTrumox Cv 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet115.0
Ulticlav Dry SyrupUlticlav Dry Syrup62.0
UlticlavUlticlav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection155.0
Ulticlav Kid TabletUlticlav Kid Tablet75.0
Ulticlav TabletUlticlav Tablet99.0
Ultimox ClavUltimox Clav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet146.0
UniclaveUniclave 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection172.0
V ClavV Clav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection118.0
Vinclav DsVinclav Ds 400 Mg/75 Mg Dry Syrup117.0
WocklavWocklav 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet70.0
WomclavWomclav 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup58.0
WomoxyWomoxy 500 Mg/125 Mg Capsule38.0
Xoclave DuoXoclave Duo 400 Mg/57 Mg Dry Syrup99.0
XyclavXyclav 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection126.0
Xyclav KidXyclav Kid 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Tablet84.0
ZanclavZanclav Tablet132.0
Zomox ClZomox Cl 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup70.0
ZooclavZooclav 625 Tablet124.0
RanocinRanocin 200 Mg/200 Mg Tablet56.74
Amox Lb (Assam)Amox Lb 500 Mg/60 Mg Capsule65.0
Bilin LbBilin Lb Capsule69.0
ImpromoxImpromox 250 Mg/60 Mg Capsule38.86
Kenmox LbKenmox Lb Capsule54.33
LactomoxLactomox 125 Mg/60 Mc Tablet28.0
MoxfloraMoxflora 250 Mg/60 Mg Capsule43.53
MoxyplusMoxyplus Capsule65.0
Pd Mox LbPd Mox Lb 125 Mg/60 Mg Tablet16.5
Zenmox LbZenmox Lb Capsule37.18
AfdimoxinAfdimoxin Capsule16.25
AmolacAmolac Capsule37.81
AmoxylacAmoxylac Capsule65.34
Bicilin KidBicilin Kid Tablet29.25
BicilinBicilin 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule67.98
Blumox LbBlumox Lb 250 Mg/60 Mg Tablet65.98
Clearmox LbClearmox Lb Tablet33.83
LectimoxLectimox Capsule79.0
Lectimox DtLectimox Dt Tablet24.95
MoxerMoxer 250 Mg/60 Mg Tablet43.0
Moxipil LMoxipil L 125 Mg Dry Syrup15.93
Mox PMox P 125 Mg Redimix Suspension19.78
Nodimox LbNodimox Lb 250 Mg/60 Mc Tablet13.95
Novamox LbNovamox Lb 250 Tablet Dt59.18
Threomox 333 LbThreomox 333 Lb 333 Mg/60 Ms Capsule58.57
Threomox LbThreomox Lb Dry Syrup28.08
TrumoxTrumox Capsule15.62
AlcloxAlclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule32.06
Amclo LpAmclo Lp 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule40.31
AmplusAmplus 125 Mg/125 Mg Injection12.13
Bicidal PlusBicidal Plus 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule64.0
BicilBicil 250 Mg/250 Mg Tablet50.0
Bicil PBicil P 125 Mg/125 Mg Syrup35.9
BicllinBicllin Capsule28.0
ClomobacClomobac 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule23.4
CloxmoxCloxmox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule81.0
CobioticCobiotic 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule18.63
DemoxinDemoxin 125 Mg/125 Mg Dry Syrup20.71
Demoxin PlusDemoxin Plus 250 Mg/250 Mg Tablet69.93
Ducidal ForteDucidal Forte 500 Mg/250 Mg Capsule76.25
FuzicloxFuziclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule46.96
Fuziclox KidFuziclox Kid 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet13.3
KokkosKokkos 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet132.6
Kokkos KidKokkos Kid 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet17.85
L BioticL Biotic 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule71.16
MocloxMoclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule45.18
Moclox KidMoclox Kid 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet14.7
Moclox LbMoclox Lb 250 Mg/250 Mg Tablet56.5
MoloxMolox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule0.0
Monomox PlusMonomox Plus 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule67.62
Myoclox PlusMyoclox Plus 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule65.0
NemocloxNemoclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule32.46
NumoxNumox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule84.0
Numox KidNumox Kid 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet61.0
P MoxP Mox 125 Mg/125 Mg Dry Syrup11.97
P Mox KidP Mox Kid 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet15.17
PolymoxPolymox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule43.31
StaphymoxStaphymox 250 Mg/250 Mg Tablet31.7
Staphymox KidStaphymox Kid 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet20.0
SupramoxSupramox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule28.12
Twiciclox DtTwiciclox Dt 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet20.35
Almox CAlmox C 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule34.82
AmcloAmclo 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule503.12
Amocin PlusAmocin Plus 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule25.87
AmycloxAmyclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule3.2
AugmentoxAugmentox 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet114.68
BacimoxBacimox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule34.28
BactiloxBactilox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule69.8
BencloxBenclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule25.66
BetacloxBetaclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule75.93
CapcillinCapcillin Capsule41.38
ClimoxClimox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule65.6
CombimoxCombimox 250 Mg/250 Mg/100 M Capsule64.0
EmcloxEmclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule48.5
Emlox KidEmlox Kid 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet20.81
EmloxEmlox 250 Mg Capsule26.25
Flemiklox KidFlemiklox Kid 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet40.71
HipenoxHipenox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule19.37
IntamoxIntamox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule28.12
Keeclox KidKeeclox Kid 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet18.65
KemcloxKemclox 500 Mg/500 Mg Capsule21.25
KezimoxKezimox 250 Mg/250 Mg Tablet71.66
Kezimox ClKezimox Cl 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule67.26
KimcloxKimclox 500 Mg/125 Mg Capsule54.9
LaricloxLariclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule25.48
Lariclox KidLariclox Kid 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet14.86
Manox PlusManox Plus 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule62.5
MegacloxMegaclox 125 Mg/125 Mg Capsule37.6
MegamycinMegamycin Injection68.76
Megamycin ForteMegamycin Forte Injection89.93
Moxiken ClMoxiken Cl 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule24.13
MucomoxMucomox 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet25.93
MultipenMultipen 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule66.0
MycloxMyclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule57.9
MytimoxMytimox 250 Mg/250 Mg Injection17.78
NatacloxNataclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule31.37
Nataclox KidNataclox Kid 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet15.38
Nodimox PlusNodimox Plus 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet Dt14.5
NovacloxNovaclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule53.5
Novaclox PeadNovaclox Pead 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet48.0
RedcloxRedclox 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet28.57
Redclox KidRedclox Kid 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet30.0
StamoxStamox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule31.77
SupricloxSupriclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule23.37
SuprimoxSuprimox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule55.5
Tidoxyl CxTidoxyl Cx 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule31.28
Twinmox (Shreya)Twinmox Capsule23.43
VegacloxVegaclox Capsule66.61
WarcloxWarclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule25.98
ZecloxZeclox Capsule23.65
ZocloxZoclox Capsule51.35
ZoxcloxZoxclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule66.0
Z Plus KidZ Plus Kid Tablet216.23
Ampoxin PlusAmpoxin Plus 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule0.0
ClodaxClodax 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule0.0
Clomobac DlClomobac Dl 250 Mg/250 Mg Tablet0.0
CloxiplusCloxiplus 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule0.0
Combilox XpCombilox Xp 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule0.0
CycloxCyclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule0.0
Dicloxa MxDicloxa Mx 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule0.0
Edomox CEdomox C 125 Mg/125 Mg Capsule0.0
KazicloxKaziclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule0.0
LacomLacom 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule0.0
McloxinMcloxin Tablet0.0
OrmoxylOrmoxyl Tablet0.0
Sb CloxSb Clox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule0.0
SeptocloxSeptoclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule0.0
SporcloxSporclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule0.0
Zeclox DZeclox D 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule0.0
Zygoclox PlusZygoclox Plus 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule0.0
AbcloxAbclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule64.19
AdxAdx 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule60.38
AlcloxdAlcloxd Capsule72.5
Amplus KidAmplus Kid 500 Mg/500 Mg Tablet15.08
Amx DcAmx Dc 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule41.25
Azmox DlAzmox Dl 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule71.97
Bacimox NewBacimox New 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule33.0
Bicilin DBicilin D 250 Mg/250 Mg Tablet48.25
Blumox DxlBlumox Dxl 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule34.0
BoncloxBonclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule47.5
CalmoxCalmox Capsule52.37
Carolox AdCarolox Ad 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule47.13
ClynoxClynox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule62.56
Cormox PlusCormox Plus 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule62.87
Elmox PlusElmox Plus Capsule28.12
FelcloxFelclox Capsule45.68
Flemiklox DxFlemiklox Dx 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule62.86
FlemikloxFlemiklox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule72.5
Gamadox ForteGamadox Forte Tablet61.91
HealcloxHealclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule79.0
Healclox PHealclox P 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet54.0
HexacloxHexaclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule31.25
HippocloxHippoclox Capsule29.11
Infemox PlusInfemox Plus 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule56.96
Intamox DIntamox D 125 Mg/125 Mg Injection23.0
Loxam ForteLoxam Forte Capsule73.5
Monomox DxMonomox Dx Capsule73.21
Moxikind PlusMoxikind Plus Capsule81.67
Moxpic DcMoxpic Dc Capsule86.01
Moxylox PlusMoxylox Plus 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule83.95
NirdicloxNirdiclox Capsule17.5
NodicloxNodiclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Tablet Dt26.25
NovabactNovabact 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule66.0
Ozylox RfOzylox Rf 500 Mg/250 Mg Capsule71.5
Penom DxPenom Dx 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule45.0
P Mox DP Mox D Capsule59.45
ProcillinProcillin 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule59.0
PulmocloxPulmoclox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule67.72
Redclox DRedclox D 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule46.8
SicloxaSicloxa Capsule49.5
Suprimox PlusSuprimox Plus Capsule66.5
Valimox DValimox D Capsule63.5
Valimox D KidValimox D Kid Capsule33.0
XydifXydif 250 Mg/250 Mg Tablet58.05
ZotamoxZotamox 250 Mg/250 Mg Capsule67.37
Bilin PlusBilin Plus Suspension58.43
Clamocid LbClamocid Lb Tablet214.92
Acuclav LbAcuclav Lb Dry Syrup48.92
AfdiclaveAfdiclave Dry Syrup43.3
Afymox ClavAfymox Clav Tablet361.87
Augclav KidAugclav Kid Tablet Dt79.8
Clavar DsClavar Ds Syrup125.01
Clavonip DsClavonip Ds Dry Syrup89.75
Clavonip KidClavonip Kid Tablet75.23
ClavonipClavonip Dry Syrup56.0
Clavter Lb ForteClavter Lb Forte Syrup154.16
Curam LbCuram Lb Suspension149.03
Flemiclav Lb KidFlemiclav Lb Kid 250 Mg/125 Mg/30 Mc Tablet40.5
Flemiclav LbFlemiclav Lb 250 Tablet84.0
Gemclav LbGemclav Lb Tablet236.48
Indclav LbIndclav Lb Tablet184.28
Lectimox CvLectimox Cv Dry Syrup109.9
Lectimox Cv ForteLectimox Cv Forte Dry Syrup107.38
LongcareLongcare Tablet185.3
MiliclavMiliclav Tablet128.85
Moxipil ClMoxipil Cl Dry Syrup31.25
MoxylacMoxylac Capsule74.37
Ulticlav LbUlticlav Lb Tablet129.46
VinclavVinclav Tablet227.63
Betamox PlusBetamox Plus 250 Mg/250 Mg/60 Mg Capsule56.0
Blumox XlBlumox Xl 250 Mg/250 Mg/60 Mg Tablet12.87
Clodax LClodax L 125 Mg/125 Mg/30 Mg Tablet Dt12.86
Cloxamox LbCloxamox Lb Capsule152.63
Cocus LbCocus Lb Tablet68.26
Lc MoxLc Mox Syrup59.37
Magnacillin LbMagnacillin Lb 250 Mg/250 Mg/60 Ms Capsule30.31
Moxica PlusMoxica Plus Capsule56.18
Numox LbNumox Lb 250 Mg/250 Mg/60 Mg Capsule84.0
Numox Lb KidNumox Lb Kid 125 Mg/125 Mg/60 M Tablet61.0
P Mox PlusP Mox Plus 250 Mg/250 Mg/60 Mg Capsule32.27
Staph AcStaph Ac 250 Mg/250 Mg/40 M Capsule58.59
Synclomox LSynclomox L Capsule19.58
Tegamox PlusTegamox Plus 250 Mg/250 Mg/100 Mg Capsule220.0
Zeclox LZeclox L 250 Mg/250 Mg/60 Mg Capsule24.83
ActicloxActiclox Capsule51.38
Almox C PlusAlmox C Plus Tablet79.0
Amoclox LbAmoclox Lb Tablet22.07
Ca 007Ca 007 125 Mg/500 Mg Injection133.0
PotentoxPotentox 125 Mg/500 Mg Injection179.87
MikapimeMikapime 125 Mg/500 Mg Injection144.7
PrimegardPrimegard 125 Mg/500 Mg Injection133.0

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