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Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. It is one of the major health concerns across the globe, especially in developing countries. It is estimated that one-third of the world’s population has latent tuberculosis. It is a contagious disease and spreads through contact with an infected person. After entering the body, the TB pathogen usually harbours in the lungs. The pathogen adversely affects the lungs causing cough, blood-stained phlegm, fever, and weight loss. Sometimes, it also affects the bones, meninges (brain coverings), kidneys, and intestines. TB is commonly treated with drugs known as Anti Koch drugs and the treatment usually lasts from six months to three years depending upon the type and severity of the disease. If a person receives timely appropriate treatment, then the success of treatment is near to cent per cent. But sometimes, TB may relapse or in extreme cases, cause death.

  1. What is Tuberculosis (TB)
  2. Types of Tuberculosis (TB)
  3. Stages of Tuberculosis (TB)
  4. Tuberculosis (TB) symptoms
  5. Tuberculosis (TB) causes & risk factors
  6. Prevention of Tuberculosis (TB)
  7. Diagnosis of Tuberculosis (TB)
  8. Tuberculosis (TB) treatment
  9. Tuberculosis (TB) prognosis and complications
  10. Ayurvedic medicine, treatment and remedies for Tuberculosis
  11. Medicines for Tuberculosis
  12. Doctors for Tuberculosis

What is Tuberculosis (TB)

Tuberculosis (TB), also known as Koch’s infection, is a contagious infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. The disease usually affects the lungs causing inflammation (swelling) and gradually damaging them. Sometimes, TB spreads to the brain, spine, or sometimes the kidneys. It is a leading cause of infection-related deaths and ranks the top 10 list of all-cause mortality globally. 

Types of Tuberculosis (TB)

Pulmonary Tuberculosis

It is the commonest variant of tuberculosis in which the lungs are affected. Lung cells are damaged by the bacteria leading to inflammation and cheese-like pus formation. Pulmonary TB presents with symptoms, such as a cough, difficulty in breathing, blood-stained sputum, fever, and weight loss. It usually spreads through the air (airborne transmission) when a person infected with TB coughs or sneezes. Poor nutritional status or a weak immune system are the risk factors for developing pulmonary tuberculosis.

Extrapulmonary Tuberculosis

A TB infection that occurs anywhere in the body outside the lungs is known as extrapulmonary tuberculosis. Based on its location, it is further classified into:

  • Tuberculous Lymphadenitis
    It is the second most common form of tuberculosis, which usually affects children. It is the commonest extrapulmonary (outside the lungs/respiratory system) form of TB. It usually affects the neck and chest lymph nodes causing them to enlarge and occasionally be even visible as a swelling on the skin, or felt just under the skin. These nodes are painless, and gradually, they become matted with pus formation. This abscess may ooze out through the skin.
  • Tuberculous Meningitis
    It is more common in developing countries. Malnourished children are prone to developing this infection. The bacteria, on entering the body, affects the brain covering (meninges) leading to their inflammation known as meningitis. The infection presents with symptoms such as a headache, vomiting, neck stiffness, loss of appetite, and weight loss. If not diagnosed in time or if not treated appropriately, the infection can result in death.
  • Ileocaecal Tuberculosis
    It is the commonest form of gastrointestinal tuberculosis. When the bacteria enter the GI tract accidentally, they harbour at the junction of the small and the large intestine (ileocaecal junction) and narrow down the intestinal tract. It causes symptoms such as severe abdominal cramps, vomiting, fever, loss of appetite, and weight loss.
  • Pott’s Spine
    It is another common variant of extrapulmonary TB, affecting the bones of the spine. The infection starts at the intervertebral discs and gradually progresses to the ligaments and the bones surrounding them. It causes chronic back pain, kyphosis (loss of spinal posture), abscess (pus) formation, and compression of the spinal cord.
  • Renal TB
    It is a rare variant of TB where the bacteria harbour in the kidneys causing inflammation of the cells of the kidneys. The infection usually causes burning or painful urination, hematuria (passing blood in the urine), pyuria (passing pus cells in the urine), and increased frequency of urination. It rarely causes fever and weight loss.

Stages of Tuberculosis (TB)

Tuberculosis mainly has three stages - stage of latency or inactivity or dormancy, followed by active TB where there is spread of the disease to the lungs or any other organ and then, if untreated or in immunocompromised patients, widespread TB i.e., Miliary TB.

Latent Tuberculosis

Most people from developing countries are infected with TB or are harbouring TB bacteria in their body but they do not develop an overt disease and do not show any signs or symptoms of the disease. Also, in such individuals, the results of various blood tests or the chest X-ray are normal. The only manifestation they have is a reaction to the tuberculin test (Mantoux test) or Interferon-gamma release assay (IGRA). These individuals are at the risk of developing an overt disease if their immune system is compromised or if they contract infections, which can affect their immune system (like HIV infection).

Active Tuberculosis

Active TB means that the tuberculosis bacteria are multiplying rapidly and invading the organs of the body. The commonest organs affected are the lungs and other less common ones are the lymph nodes, bones, brain among others. Active TB produces typical symptoms such as a cough, blood-stained sputum, difficulty in breathing, weight loss, weakness, and fever.

Miliary Tuberculosis

This is a rare situation, in which the disease is highly active. The TB bacteria enter the bloodstream and spread all over the body forming tiny nodules and also affect multiple organs. This is the most dangerous and fatal form of tuberculosis.

Tuberculosis (TB) symptoms

Worldwide, most people are exposed to Mycobacterium tuberculosis and many of them harbour this bacterium. An inactive or latent disease rarely produces any symptoms, however, it may only show a positive reaction to the tuberculin skin test (Mantoux test). It is unpredictable as to how long this latency period will persist, or will it develop into an active disease.

In an active disease, a range of symptoms can be seen that help to decide the severity of the disease. Usually, the lungs are involved and show signs and symptoms of TB. The symptoms in various types of TB are:

Pulmonary Tuberculosis

  • A chronic cough (a cough lasting for more than 3 weeks).
  • Hemoptysis (blood-stained sputum).
  • Difficulty in breathing.
  • Fever (low-grade at onset and eventually, becomes high-grade).
  • Night sweats.
  • Weight loss.
  • Fatigue.
  • Loss of appetite.

TB bacteria are also known to affect other organs like the lymph nodes, bones, brain (meninges), intestines, and even kidneys; when the disease affects organs other than the lungs it is known as extrapulmonary tuberculosis. Symptoms of extrapulmonary tuberculosis include:

Tuberculous Lymphadenitis:

  • Persistently swollen lymph nodes.
  • Pus or abscess formation in the lymph nodes.

Intestinal TB:

  • Abdominal colic (severe pain in the abdominal region).
  • Vomiting.
  • Fever.
  • Weight loss.

Tuberculous Meningitis:

  • A headache.
  • Vomiting.
  • Seizures (fits).
  • Confusion.
  • Fever.

Pott’s spine:

  • Chronic back pain.
  • Abscess formation.
  • Kyphosis – abnormal forward curving of the spine.

Renal TB:

  • Hematuria (blood in urine).
  • Pyuria (pus in urine).
  • Dysuria (Painful or difficult urination).
  • Fever.

Miliary TB:

In some immunocompromised (those with a weakened immune system) or drug-resistant people, the bacteria enter the bloodstream and spread throughout the body causing miliary tuberculosis. Symptoms of miliary TB include:

  • Fever.
  • Night sweats.
  • Anorexia (loss of appetite).
  • Weight loss.
  • A dry cough.
  • A headache.
  • Enlarged lymph nodes.

Miliary TB is fatal if not treated properly or in time. 

Tuberculosis (TB) causes & risk factors


Tuberculosis is caused by the bacteria known as Mycobacterium tuberculosis, which is also known as Koch’s bacteria. It spreads from one person to another via minute droplets that travel through the air. These droplets are released from a person suffering from active tuberculosis when he/she coughs, sneezes, spits, or talks. It’s quite easy to contract the tuberculosis bacteria, but not so easy to develop an infection. It usually causes disease when you stay in close contact with a person with active TB for a long duration.

If the immune system is active and efficient, usually it won’t allow the disease to develop, but immunocompromised patients are at a very high risk of developing tuberculosis.

Latent tuberculosis is not contagious, but on becoming active, the person suffering from it can spread the disease.

Risk Factors 

Anyone can acquire mycobacterial infection and develop tuberculosis, yet, there are certain factors, which can increase the chances of an individual developing the disease. These risk factors include:

  • Poor or Weakened Immune System 
    A healthy immune system is known to fight the Mycobacterium and can prevent the disease but if the resistance is low then the risk increases by multifold. Factors that are responsible for weakening the immune system are:
    • HIV infection.
    • Uncontrolled diabetes.
    • Severe kidney disease.
    • Cancer.
    • Steroids or immunosuppressant drugs.
    • Malnutrition.
    • Old age.
  • Geographical area 
    Certain countries/regions have a higher incidence of tuberculosis cases per year. Staying or travelling to these countries/regions may increase the risk of developing the disease. These countries and continents/regions include:
    • Africa
    • Asia
    • Russia
    • Eastern Europe
    • Caribbean Islands
    • Latin America
  • Socioeconomic status 
    Socioeconomic status is a key factor in the development of TB, as it also defines the standard of living, nutritional status, and availability of medicines. Poor socio-economic status has a very high impact on TB development, as it can lead to an inability to afford medicines, poor nutritional status, exposure to extremes of environmental conditions, low immune status, and ultimately high exposure to TB bacteria.
  • Substance Abuse 
    Use of alcohol or drugs can damage the immune system and weaken it, thus increasing the risk of developing TB.

Prevention of Tuberculosis (TB)

TB prevention has many aspects ranging from coughing etiquette to vaccination with very high success rates. Here are certain preventive measures:

  • General precautions
    Avoid contact with TB patients or use a face mask when in contact with a person suffering from TB. Use a handkerchief or cover the nostrils and mouth if someone is coughing nearby, as it prevents the entry of germs and infection.
  • Coughing etiquette
    Keep a tissue or cover your mouth and nose while coughing or sneezing to avoid the spread of germs.
  • Medication for latent infection
    If the test for latent infection turns out to be positive, it is better to start with TB medication immediately under your doctor’s guidance. Staying at home, ventilating the room, and following cough etiquette can help to prevent the spread of TB bacteria.
  • For people with HIV infection  
    Maintaining good nutritional status is important. Regularly check for CD4 cell count, as well as take anti-retroviral therapy for HIV infection.
  • For frequent travellers
    Travelling to endemic areas (where the TB infection occurs regularly) may expose you to TB bacteria. Therefore, in such regions, it is better to avoid staying in extremely crowded or closed environment. Regular evaluation for Mycobacterium is another effective way to detect TB infection at an early stage or during the latency period.
  • Vaccination
    BCG (Bacille Calmette-Guerin) vaccine is used commonly against TB. In endemic countries, it is given at birth, while in developed countries, where TB incidence is low, it is given to children after testing them for Tuberculin skin test; if the test result is negative, then they are vaccinated with BCG. BCG vaccine has a Bovine (a bacterial strain that causes TB in cows) strain of Mycobacterium and it is a live-diluted (attenuated) vaccine. The vaccine is known to have a good success rate.

Diagnosis of Tuberculosis (TB)

In most cases, a careful clinical history and a thorough physical examination of the patient gives an idea to make the diagnosis of tuberculosis. Yet, for confirmation, certain tests are used, which help to determine the severity of the infection and guide in planning the therapeutic approach.

  • Physical Examination
    A complete medical history along with a thorough examination of the chest or the airways suggest the presence of an abnormal-breathing sound. Other signs that may be present include raised body temperature, pallor (due to anaemia), and sometimes reduced oxygen saturation levels. In the case of extrapulmonary TB, there can be other symptoms, such as neck-stiffness and enlarged lymph nodes.
  • Blood test  
    Tuberculin skin test or Mantoux test is helpful in diagnosing TB, but it can be falsely positive in patients who were either exposed previously to TB bacteria or were vaccinated with BCG vaccine. Other tests include:
    • Quantiferon TB Gold
    • T- spot test

These tests evaluate the immune response towards TB bacteria and a positive test indicates an infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

  • Sputum Test
    Apart from a blood test, sputum or the mucus that comes up while coughing is evaluated for TB bacteria. Sputum test not only helps in confirming the presence of the Mycobacterium but also helps to select the right and effective medicines that can be used to treat this infection. Sputum test is much more important if the person is suffering from drug-resistance TB.
  • Imaging  
    Usually, an X-ray of the chest is helpful in confirming the diagnosis. However, sometimes CT scan of the chest is also used for diagnosing tuberculosis.
  • Biopsy or FNAC (Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology)  
    In certain cases, like extra-pulmonary TB, a small needle is inserted in the enlarged lymph node or in the spinal cord (meninges) to obtain a sample, which is then tested for the presence of TB bacteria. Positive reports confirm extra-pulmonary tuberculosis.

Tuberculosis (TB) treatment

Tuberculosis is the most studied disease and has a wide variety of drugs available for treatment. These drugs are classified as bactericidal (the drugs that kill the bacteria) and bacteriostatic drugs (stop the growth of the bacteria, so that our immune cells can kill them). The selection of medication, dosage, and duration of the treatment is decided by the type of infection and severity of the infection.

  • Latent Infection
    It is usually treated with a single drug, which is taken for six months.
  • Active Pulmonary infection
    Usually, a combination therapy is employed to treat pulmonary TB and the treatment goes on for six to nine months.
  • Extra-pulmonary infection
    It is considered as a relatively severe form of the disease and here, multiple combinations are used for the initial 6-9 months, followed by a short course of a single drug for the next three months.
  • Drug-resistant infection
    In a drug-resistant infection, the bacteria develop certain mechanisms to counteract the effect of medicines and become resistant to them. Thus at first, the sensitivity test is performed to find out which drugs can be used to kill the bacteria and that drug, along with other drugs, are given as a combination therapy and depending upon the type of resistance i.e. multi-drug resistance (MDR- TB) or extreme drug resistance (XDR-TB), the therapy and the duration of therapy is decided, which ranges from 18 months to 3 years.

 The drugs that are commonly used to treat tuberculosis include:

  • Rifampin
  • Isoniazid
  • Ethambutol
  • Pyrazinamide

In the case of a drug-resistant TB, injectable medicines are used, like fluoroquinolones and amikacin, kanamycin or capreomycin. These medicines are given in combination with oral medications.

Since the TB treatment goes on for a longer duration and the medicines used have a relatively higher drug strength; these medicines are known to have serious side effects. Most of these are toxic to the liver. If you experience any of the following symptoms, it’s important to report it to your doctor immediately:

  • Persistent nausea and vomiting.
  • Yellow discolouration of the skin (jaundice).
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Persistent fever.

Lifestyle management

Tuberculosis has a significant impact on a person’s normal lifestyle, as the treatment of TB is complicated as well as prolonged. The best way to get along is to stick to the treatment and regular follow-ups with your doctor. Sometimes, one may require the help of a psychologist, as there are possibilities of developing mental illnesses, such as frustration, anxiety, stress, depression or even denial. Proper nutrition and positive coping strategies are crucial in dealing with tuberculosis.

Apart from these, certain other lifestyle modifications include:

  • Isolation
    It is better to stay at home during the active phase of the disease as the infection can spread to others. Even at home, follow coughing etiquettes like covering the mouth while coughing or sneezing, collecting sputum in a disposable bag or tissue and discarding it on collection. After a few weeks of treatment, once you are no longer infectious, you can resume your normal activities.
  • Personal Hygiene
    Personal hygiene plays a vital role in preventing the spread of the disease. These measures include keeping the room ventilated, using masks to cover the nose and the mouth, and cleaning personal items regularly among others.
  • Proper Treatment
    Taking adequate rest and following the medication schedule are the key factors. If you stop taking medicines mid-way or change the dosage of the medicines, there are chances of developing drug resistance, which is difficult to treat and may require even longer therapy. Drug overuse can also cause troubles as most of these medicines are toxic to the liver.
  • Regular follow-up & evaluation of blood parameters 
    Apart from taking medicines regularly, it is important to visit your doctor regularly for a check-up and as these medicines have some harmful effects on the liver, blood parameters like complete blood count (CBC), creatinine, and liver function tests are (LFT) estimated and evaluated to confirm that these medicines are not causing any side-effects.
  • Nutritional status
    A good nutritional status or positive nitrogen balance is equally important to maintain and hasten recovery and for reducing the convalescence phase. A good diet, rich in protein and carbohydrates, forms the foundation of a healthy weight gain, which is important to compensate for the weight loss that occurs during the infection.

Tuberculosis (TB) prognosis and complications


Tuberculosis is a curable infection. If diagnosed early with adequate effective therapy, it can be cured completely. But, if the treatment is left mid-way or is inadequate, it can result in drug resistance (MDR – multiple drug resistance & XDR – extreme drug resistance). In drug resistance cases, the therapy goes on for a longer duration; for MDR it is 18 months and for XDR it is 36 months. While MDR has a relatively better prognosis than XDR. There are certain factors that adversely affect the prognosis, apart from drug resistance, which include:


If left untreated or poorly treated, tuberculosis may be fatal. Mycobacterium can enter the bloodstream and travel anywhere in the body and infect any organ or organ system. Some of the commonly seen complications include:

  • Drug resistance
    It is the most common complication seen in people with poor socioeconomic status and a poor compliance with the medication schedule. It results from an inadequate or incomplete treatment. It can result in MDR (Multiple drug resistance) or XDR (Extreme drug resistance). MDR has a better prognosis, but XDR is invariably fatal.
  • Spine Damage
    TB bacteria can enter the bones of the spinal cord and affect the vertebral column causing back pain, stiffness, sciatica, and sometimes cold-abscess.
  • Joint pain
    Rarely, this bacteria may affect the joints, causing tuberculous arthritis, which commonly affects the hips and knees.
  • Meningitis
    It is also one of the most common complications seen in younger children in which the bacteria reach the brain and meninges. It can cause symptoms, such as a headache, vomiting, neck stiffness, and sometimes confusion or brain damage. It can also be fatal.
  • Pericarditis
    In very rare cases, Mycobacterium may affect the covering of the heart (pericardium) and cause its inflammation. This can cause accumulation of fluid around the heart and can reduce it’s pumping efficiency. Again, this can also be life-threatening.
  • Miliary TB
    Miliary TB is a rare condition in which the TB bacteria enter the bloodstream and infect multiple organs at the same time, resulting in a fatal condition. If treatment is delayed, it invariably causes death.
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Medicines for Tuberculosis

Medicines listed below are available for Tuberculosis. 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.)
AlciproAlcipro 2 Mg Infusion18.0
CefobangCefobang 1.5 Gm Injection182.0
Cifran OdCifran Od 1000 Mg Tablet84.0
CiploxCiplox 0.3% Eye Ointment5.0
CiprobidCiprobid 0.3 Mg Drop7.0
CiprobioticCiprobiotic 250 Mg Tablet11.0
MicrofloxMicroflox 250 Mg Tablet21.0
PanzerPanzer 250 Mg Tablet50.0
QuintorQuintor 2 Mg Infusion17.0
ZoxanZoxan 0.3% Eye Drop9.0
Acebid SpAcebid Sp 500 Mg Tablet48.0
AcrocipAcrocip 250 Mg Tablet35.0
AdifloxAdiflox 0.30% Drops9.0
AlcipAlcip 500 Mg Tablet20.0
AnglocipAnglocip 500 Mg Tablet17.0
Bactocin (Graf)Bactocin 250 Mg Tablet29.0
BaycipBaycip 250 Mg Tablet21.0
CalcipCalcip 500 Mg Tablet57.0
CebectCebect 250 Mg Tablet32.0
CebranCebran 1% Eye Drop9.85
CefloxCeflox 0.3%W/V Drop19.0
Cefobang CvCefobang Cv Tablet186.0
CeprolenCeprolen 0.3% Drops6.0
Cfc (Pharmtak)Cfc 500 Mg Tablet60.0
CifomedCifomed 0.3% Drop6.0
CifoxinCifoxin 500 Mg Capsule70.0
CifranCifran 0.3% W/V Eye/Ear Drops20.0
Cinfax 0.3% DropsCinfax 0.3% Drops6.0
CipCip 250 Mg Tablet31.0
CipacCipac 500 Mg Tablet59.0
CipcozCipcoz 250 Mg Tablet16.0
CipdecCipdec 250 Mg Tablet9.0
CipdoseCipdose 0.3% Infusion10.0
CipetCipet 250 Mg Tablet171.0
CipexCipex 250 Mg Tablet56.0
CipicCipic 100 Mg Tablet59.0
Cipin (Rkg)Cipin 500 Mg Tablet62.0
CipowinCipowin 500 Mg Tablet58.0
CipretCipret 500 Mg Tablet61.0
CiproCipro 250 Mg Infusion18.0
CiprobactCiprobact 250 Mg Tablet32.0
CiprobexCiprobex 250 Mg Tablet27.0
Cipro CentCipro Cent 0.3% Drops6.0
CiprocidCiprocid 0.3% Drops12.0
CiproconCiprocon 500 Mg Tablet14.0
CiprodacCiprodac 2 Mg Infusion15.0
CiprodayCiproday 0.3% Drops13.0
CiprodexCiprodex 250 Mg Tablet31.0
CiprodilCiprodil 250 Mg Tablet31.0
Ciprofloxacin 500 Mg TabletCiprofloxacin 500 Mg Tablet39.0
Ciprofloxacin UspCiprofloxacin Usp 200 Mg Infusion11.0
CiprogoldCiprogold 250 Mg Tablet25.0
CiprogullCiprogull 250 Mg Tablet10.0
CiprolacCiprolac 500 Mg Tablet64.0
CiprolarCiprolar 125 Mg Suspension17.0
CiprolebCiproleb 250 Mg Tablet28.0
CiproletCiprolet 250 Mg Tablet33.0
Ciprolet OzCiprolet Oz 750 Mg Tablet73.0
CiprolonCiprolon 500 Mg Tablet50.0
CiproloneCiprolone 250 Mg Tablet12.0
Cipromac (Macmillon)Cipromac 250 Mg Tablet32.0
CipromedCipromed 250 Mg Tablet30.0
CipromidCipromid Tablet52.0
CipronatCipronat 250 Mg Tablet26.0
CipronijCipronij 500 Mg Tablet53.0
CiproquinCiproquin 250 Mg Tablet37.0
CiprosolCiprosol 500 Mg Tablet85.0
CiprosynCiprosyn 250 Mg Tablet32.0
Ciprosyn Tz HCiprosyn Tz H Tablet40.0
Ciprotab (Swiss)Ciprotab 250 Mg Tablet35.0
CiprotageCiprotage 250 Mg Tablet38.0
CiprowinCiprowin 100 Mg Infusion22.0
CiproxCiprox 200 Mg Infusion14.0
CiprozenCiprozen 0.3% Ointment5.7
Zenith Ciprozen F TabletZenith Ciprozen F Tablet 500 mg65.0
Ciprozet (Meridian)Ciprozet 500 Mg Tablet60.0
CiprozolCiprozol 500 Mg Tablet40.0
CiprusCiprus 250 Mg Tablet31.0
CiwiCiwi 250 Mg Tablet32.0
CodCod 1000 Mg Tablet60.0
CofloxCoflox 1000 Mg Tablet85.0
CoutimCoutim 250 Mg Tablet36.0
Cyprine FcCyprine Fc 250 Mg Tablet9.0
EldequinEldequin 0.30% Drops7.0
EncipEncip 500 Mg Tablet52.0
EurocipEurocip 500 Mg Tablet68.0
Floxid (Kaizen)Floxid 500 Mg Tablet70.0
FloxipFloxip 0.25% Drop11.0
FloxmedFloxmed 250 Mg Tablet53.0
Hycip (Omega)Hycip 250 Mg Tablet31.0
IcipIcip 250 Mg Tablet15.0
Loxy (Cachet)Loxy 250 Mg Tablet10.0
MafloMaflo 250 Mg Tablet20.0
MencipMencip 500 Mg Tablet67.0
Nugen EyeNugen Eye 0.3% Drops8.0
OzocipOzocip 500 Mg Tablet36.0
PenquinPenquin 250 Mg Tablet16.0
PoxPox 500 Mg Tablet72.0
ProcipProcip 500 Mg Tablet59.0
ProkemProkem 250 Mg Tablet26.0
Q CiproxQ Ciprox 250 Mg Tablet30.0
QuinmecQuinmec 500 Mg Tablet46.0
QuinofloxQuinoflox 200 Mg Tablet75.0
QuinoxQuinox 250 Mg Tablet125.0
RebacRebac 250 Mg Syrup42.0
ReciproRecipro 250 Mg Tablet34.0
SefloxSeflox 250 Mg Tablet43.0
SenzciproSenzcipro 500 Mg Tablet57.0
SiproSipro 500 Mg Syrup87.0
Strox(Dab)Strox 500 Mg Tablet65.0
SwifloxSwiflox 250 Mg Tablet12.0
SyproxinSyproxin 500 Mg Tablet61.0
TaurcipTaurcip 250 Mg Tablet34.0
TorbidTorbid 500 Mg Tablet60.0
TyfoxinTyfoxin 500 Mg Tablet43.0
UltifloxUltiflox 0.3%W/V Drops8.0
UltrafloxUltraflox 0.3% Drops7.0
Unicip ErUnicip Er 1000 Mg Tablet64.0
WinfloxWinflox 250 Mg Tablet52.0
Winflox TnWinflox Tn 500 Mg Tablet67.0
XiproXipro 250 Mg Tablet31.0
AbactAbact 250 Mg Tablet44.0
AkcipAkcip 250 Mg Tablet31.0
AlcifloxAlciflox 250 Mg Tablet13.0
AncipAncip 250 Mg Tablet29.0
AnifloxAniflox 500 Mg Tablet57.0
Arth CareArth Care 50 Mg Tablet64.0
AvofloxAvoflox 200 Mg Tablet53.0
BactoquinBactoquin 250 Mg Tablet36.0
BarcipBarcip 500 Mg Tablet60.0
Biobid (Biochem)Biobid 500 Mg Capsule65.0
BonciproBoncipro 500 Mg Tablet66.0
CadiwinCadiwin 500 Mg Tablet16.0
CeefloxCeeflox 250 Mg Tablet10.0
CeloxCelox 500 Mg Tablet61.0
Cetoz (Elder)Cetoz 250 Mg Tablet25.0
CfxCfx 500 Mg Tablet72.0
CidikCidik 500 Mg Tablet32.0
CifloxCiflox 250 Mg Tablet22.0
CifrodisCifrodis 250 Mg Tablet38.0
Cina TabletCina 250 Mg Tablet30.0
CinproCinpro 500 Mg Capsule58.0
Cin (Symcox)Cin 25 Mg Tablet31.0
CipbactCipbact 250 Mg Tablet31.0
CipbidCipbid 250 Mg Tablet31.0
CipfastCipfast 500 Mg Tablet46.0
CipgenCipgen 250 Mg Tablet12.0
CiplekCiplek 500 Mg Tablet71.0
CiporicCiporic 250 Mg Tablet32.0
CipractCipract 250 Mg Tablet13.0
CiprindCiprind 250 Mg Tablet28.0
CiproaceCiproace 250 Mg Tablet14.0
CiprobenCiproben 250 Mg Tablet33.0
CiprochikCiprochik 500 Mg Tablet65.0
Ciprocid (Patson)Ciprocid 250 Mg Tablet36.0
Ciprocore (Abaris)Ciprocore 500 Mg Tablet39.0
CiprocureCiprocure 250 Mg Tablet21.0
CiprodelCiprodel 500 Mg Tablet66.0
CiprofexCiprofex 500 Mg Tablet59.0
CiproglenCiproglen 500 Mg Tablet65.0
CiprokemCiprokem 250 Mg Tablet11.0
CiprokindCiprokind 250 Mg Tablet13.0
CiprolifeCiprolife 500 Mg Tablet61.0
CiprolupCiprolup 250 Mg Tablet8.0
CiprolynCiprolyn 500 Mg Tablet18.0
CipromaxCipromax 250 Mg Tablet43.0
CipromycetinCipromycetin 500 Mg Tablet50.0
CipronexCipronex 500 Mg Tablet63.0
CipronitCipronit Ds 500 Mg Tablet96.0
CipronCipron 250 Mg Tablet31.0
CipropenCipropen 250 Mg Tablet30.0
CipropikCipropik 500 Mg Tablet59.0
Cipro (Punjab)Cipro 500 Mg Infusion13.0
CiprosCipros 500 Mg Tablet67.0
Ciprosyn (Wck)Ciprosyn 200 Mg Infusion18.0
Ciprosyn (Wockhardt)Ciprosyn 500 Mg Tablet18.0
CiprotabCiprotab 250 Mg Tablet12.0
CiprotasCiprotas 250 Mg Tablet9.0
CiprotumCiprotum 250 Mg Tablet24.0
CiprovaCiprova 200 Mg Infusion15.0
Ciprozet (Meridian Medicare)Ciprozet 250 Mg Tablet32.0
CiptabCiptab 250 Mg Tablet11.0
CiptamCiptam 250 Mg Tablet24.0
CiptecCiptec 250 Mg Infusion55.0
CiptidCiptid 500 Mg Tablet44.0
CipzyCipzy 500 Mg Tablet65.0
CitozCitoz 250 Mg Tablet13.0
CixCix 200 Mg Tablet50.0
CorpathCorpath 500 Mg Tablet55.0
DicipDicip 250 Mg Tablet33.0
EcofloxEcoflox 250 Mg Tablet11.0
ElquinElquin 500 Mg Tablet68.0
EncloxEnclox 250 Mg Capsule59.0
ExbidExbid 500 Mg Tablet57.0
FiproxFiprox 100 Mg Tablet Dt104.0
FlocyFlocy 0.3% Drops13.0
FlotoxFlotox 500 Mg Tablet55.0
ForcipForcip 250 Mg Tablet27.0
FrancipFrancip 500 Mg Drops8.0
GyroloneGyrolone 250 Mg Tablet15.0
IficiproIficipro 250 Mg Tablet160.0
InciproIncipro 500 Mg Tablet61.0
IndcipIndcip 250 Mg Tablet8.0
InvincinInvincin 500 Mg Tablet78.0
JoloxJolox 500 Mg Tablet60.0
LuciproLucipro 250 Mg Tablet31.0
MahacipMahacip 250 Mg Tablet8.0
MedicipMedicip 250 Mg Tablet31.0
Medicip (Cipla)Medicip 500 Mg Tablet61.0
NN 500 Mg Tablet29.0
NeocipNeocip 250 Mg Tablet31.0
NeofloxNeoflox 500 Mg Capsule51.0
NewcipNewcip 500 Mg Tablet65.0
NircipNircip 500 Mg Infusion19.0
Nucipro (Numed)Nucipro 250 Mg Tablet36.0
OlbidOlbid 250 Mg Tablet34.0
OmnifloxOmniflox 250 Mg Tablet35.0
PerifloxPeriflox 500 Mg Tablet67.0
PicPic 250 Mg Tablet37.0
Q BidQ Bid 250 Mg Tablet38.0
Quinopic (Pci)Quinopic 150 Mg Syrup6.0
QuinotopQuinotop 250 Mg Tablet32.0
R CipronR Cipron 250 Mg Tablet32.0
RuciproRucipro 250 Mg Tablet30.0
RusiproRusipro 250 Mg Tablet29.0
SafeproSafepro 250 Mg Tablet30.0
SafloxSaflox 125 Mg Syrup43.0
ServifloxServiflox 250 Mg Tablet10.0
SiriciproSiricipro 250 Mg Tablet37.0
Strox (Alembic)Strox 250 Mg Tablet14.0
SupracifSupracif 250 Mg Tablet12.0
SuprafloxSupraflox 250 Mg Tablet30.0
SvizploxSvizplox 250 Mg Tablet20.0
SynthocipSynthocip 250 Mg Tablet9.0
UniciproUnicipro 250 Mg Tablet30.0
VegacipVegacip 500 Mg Tablet60.0
WidakinWidakin 250 Mg Tablet36.0
WocipfloWocipflo Tablet22.0
WyserinWyserin 250 Mg Tablet16.0
ZancipZancip 500 Mg Tablet64.0
Zipro (Pagoda)Zipro 500 Mg Syrup74.0
ZuciproZucipro 250 Mg Tablet30.0
DefloxDeflox 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops12.0
4 Quin4 Quin 0.5% Eye Drop84.0
Akuvitis Eye DropAkuvitis 0.5% Eye Drops79.0
ApdropsApdrops 0.5% W/V Eye Drop109.0
Apdrops Xg Eye DropApdrops Xg 0.5% W/V Eye Drop116.0
Avelox TabletAvelox 400 Mg Tablet140.0
CentafloxCentaflox 0.5% Eye Drops83.0
Emef Eye DropEmef 0.5% Eye Drop43.0
EmfozenEmfozen 0.5% Eye Drops96.0
ImfImf 0.5% Eye Drops75.0
KitmoxKitmox 0.5% Eye Drop105.0
Kitmox LdKitmox Ld Eye Drop115.0
K MoxiK Moxi 5 Mg Eye Drops87.0
MahafloxMahaflox 0.30% Eye Drop54.0
MfcMfc 5 Mg Eye Ointment56.0
MflotasMflotas 0.5% Eye Drop90.0
MlobeMlobe 0.5% W/V Eye Drop65.0
Mo 4Mo 4 Eye Drop80.0
MofeeMofee 0.5% Eye Drop53.0
MosiMosi 0.5%W/V Eye Drop57.0
MostikaMostika Eye Drop70.0
Mostika PlusMostika Plus Eye Drop97.0
MoxibluMoxiblu 0.5% Eye Drop64.0
MoxicipMoxicip Eye Drop131.0
MoxifMoxif 400 Mg Tablet123.0
MoxifaxMoxifax Eye Drop92.0
Moxifax PMoxifax P Eye Drop70.0
MoxifloxMoxiflox 400 Mg Tablet123.0
MoximacMoximac 400 Mg Tablet222.0
MoximumMoximum 0.5% Eye Drops90.0
MoximycinMoximycin 400 Mg Infusion217.0
Moxitak(Pmt)Moxitak 0.5%W/V Eye Drops75.0
Moxitak(Pha)Moxitak Ointment65.0
Moxitak PdMoxitak Pd Eye Drop100.0
MoxswipeMoxswipe 0.5% W/V Eye Drop110.0
MoxtifMoxtif 0.5% Eye Drops108.0
OccumoxOccumox 0.5% Eye Drop76.0
Peximocin Eye DropsPeximocin Eye Drops70.0
QumoxiQumoxi Eye Drop130.0
RaymoxiRaymoxi Eye Drop96.0
RotomoxRotomox 250 Mg Tablet Dt36.0
SenzmoxSenzmox Eye Drops115.0
SiomoxSiomox 0.5% Eye Drops81.0
ThomoxxThomoxx 0.5% Eye Drop95.0
VigamoxVigamox 0.5% Eye Drop250.0
VodamoxVodamox 0.5%W/V Eye Drops110.0
FloxsafeFloxsafe 400 Mg Tablet108.0
FloxviewFloxview 0.5% Eye Drops75.0
HixcinHixcin Tablet142.0
Macflox(Macleods)Macflox Infusion240.0
MilfloxMilflox 0.3% Eye Drop115.0
MofelderMofelder Eye Drop44.0
MoflorenMofloren Eye Drop111.0
Mofloren UnimsMofloren Unims Infusion69.0
MoxamMoxam 250 Mg Capsule97.0
MoxidexMoxidex Eye Drop35.0
Moxieye 0.5% Eye DropsMoxieye 0.5% Eye Drops85.0
Moxifloxacin TabletMoxifloxacin 400 Mg Tablet91.0
MoxifordMoxiford Eye Drop66.0
MoxigenMoxigen Eye Drop71.0
MoxigoodMoxigood 400 Mg Tablet110.0
MoxikedMoxiked Eye Drops72.0
MoxinixMoxinix Eye Ointment55.0
MoxipunchMoxipunch 400 Mg Tablet120.0
MoxiquinMoxiquin Eye Drops77.0
Moxisurge 0.5% Eye DropMoxisurge 0.5% Eye Drop125.0
MoxluvMoxluv Eye Drop110.0
MoxoftMoxoft Eye Drop103.0
MoxveMoxve 0.5% Drops51.0
Mqc 8Mqc 8 Eye Drops90.0
MxyMxy Eye/Ear Drops63.0
Nitflox MNitflox M Drop71.0
OnemoxOnemox 5 Ml Eye Drop71.0
StaxomStaxom 400 Mg Tablet364.0
UnomoxUnomox 400 Mg Tablet238.0
Actol (Acme)Actol 1000 Mg Tablet21.43
CombutolCombutol 1000 Mg Tablet74.5
EcoxEcox 1000 Mg Tablet47.5
KoxylarKoxylar 1000 Mg Tablet36.24
LynabutolLynabutol 1000 Mg Tablet54.0
MonobutolMonobutol 800 Mg Tablet41.14
MycobutolMycobutol 1000 Mg Tablet86.0
MycostatMycostat 1000 Mg Tablet59.4
SunibutolSunibutol 600 Mg Tablet42.95
TabutolTabutol 1000 Mg Tablet60.1
ThemibutolThemibutol 1000 Mg Tablet66.7
TolbinTolbin 1000 Mg Tablet49.5
Vitoflox OVitoflox O Tablet72.0
AnbutolAnbutol 800 Mg Tablet37.38
ColubutolColubutol 800 Mg Tablet23.81
ConcoxConcox 800 Mg Tablet40.2
EbutolEbutol 400 Mg Tablet20.47
Ethambutol TabletEthambutol Tablet31.05
Etham (Lincoln)Etham 800 Mg Tablet36.28
EtolEtol 800 Mg Tablet69.9
KebitolKebitol 800 Mg Tablet47.25
KoxiKoxi 800 Mg Tablet37.4
LincambutolLincambutol 800 Mg Tablet42.48
Lynabutol PlusLynabutol Plus Tablet45.57
MarcobutolMarcobutol 800 Mg Tablet42.57
PatbutolPatbutol 800 Mg Tablet36.77
PdrPdr 825 Mg Tablet43.95
TibitolTibitol 800 Mg Tablet27.38
UlticoxUlticox 800 Mg Tablet29.76
Ultiflox (Concept)Ultiflox Suspension14.88
ZythamZytham 800 Mg Tablet39.27
ActizidActizid 1000 Mg Tablet63.09
AntizideAntizide 1000 Mg Tablet85.0
KoxymideKoxymide 500 Mg Tablet31.91
LaclomoxLaclomox 250 Mg Capsule79.9
MacrozideMacrozide 1000 Mg Tablet52.86
MzideMzide 1000 Mg Tablet80.6
PiraldinaPiraldina 500 Mg Tablet40.0
PyraPyra 1200 Mg Tablet111.2
PyrafacePyraface 750 Mg Tablet53.57
PyramidPyramid Granules54.0
PyranijPyranij 500 Mg Tablet39.59
PyzinaPyzina 1000 Mg Tablet88.0
P ZideP Zide 1000 Mg Tablet88.1
CopyrazinCopyrazin 500 Mg Tablet39.98
PizamaxPizamax 500 Mg Tablet27.82
P MideP Mide 750 Mg Tablet72.96
PyralinPyralin 750 Mg Tablet44.13
PyrizaPyriza 750 Mg Tablet258.71
PyzPyz 500 Mg Tablet35.43
PyzidPyzid 750 Mg Tablet26.19
Pza CibaPza Ciba 250 Mg Syrup63.26
PznPzn 500 Mg Tablet43.88
TbzideTbzide Tablet17.31
TicimideTicimide 500 Mg Tablet40.82
UltimideUltimide 750 Mg Tablet57.5
Unicox PzUnicox Pz 750 Mg Tablet23.81
ZeenaZeena 750 Mg Tablet51.0
Zin BZin B Capsule15.71
Zin LcZin Lc Tablet32.62
Zin OdZin Od Tablet18.9
ZypraZypra 750 Mg Tablet54.2
ZypyraZypyra 500 Mg Tablet21.72
AppaciproAppacipro Eye Drop13.65
BiocipBiocip 0.3% Eye Drop8.5
CeeproCeepro 0.3% Eye/Ear Drops7.5
CipadCipad 0.3% Eye Drop7.82
Ciprofloxacin 0.3% W/V Eye DropCiprofloxacin 0.3% W/V Eye Drop9.38
CiprozetCiprozet Eye Drop9.63
JoxinJoxin 0.3% Eye Drop7.28
Nucipro 0.3% Eye DropsNucipro 0.3% Eye Drops7.74
Ultiflox(Snw)Ultiflox(Snw) 0.3% Eye Ointment7.43
AhloxAhlox Eye Drop6.63
CastorCastor Eye Drop8.12
Cipdose DxCipdose Dx Eye/Ear Drops17.0
Ciplox IcapsCiplox Icaps Ointment34.87
CiprocinCiprocin 250 Mg Tablet26.28
CiprocirCiprocir Eye Drop13.43
CiprolCiprol Eye Ointment4.82
Ciprotas FcCiprotas Fc Cream 5 Mg24.5
Gb FloxGb Flox 0.3% Eye Drop16.95
GercipGercip 250 Mg Tablet13.68
I Cip (Elder)I Cip (Elder) Eye Drop72.18
LarcipLarcip Eye Drop6.98
Strox(Ale)Strox 200 Mg Infusion15.62
XciproXcipro 500 Mg Solution16.18
MonocinMonocin 300 Mg Tablet26.93
RfRf 150 Mg Tablet15.38
RimactaneRimactane 100 Mg Syrup65.23
RinfilRinfil Kid 100 Mg Tablet11.58
Ticin(Thm)Ticin 150 Mg Tablet14.75
CavidinCavidin 450 Mg Tablet23.19
ExactExact Kid Tablet14.0
Monocin (Maan)Monocin 100 Mg Injection14.28
MontomycinMontomycin 450 Mg Capsule79.0
RifaceptRifacept 600 Mg Capsule48.0
RimpacinRimpacin 450 Mg Capsule714.28
TicinTicin 450 Mg Tablet46.53
EthideEthide 250 Mg Tablet92.0
EthimaxEthimax 250 Mg Tablet71.6
EthioEthio 250 Mg Tablet137.48
EthiobinEthiobin 250 Mg Tablet111.94
EthiocidEthiocid 250 Mg Tablet91.58
EthomidEthomid 250 Mg Tablet134.75
Md ThideMd Thide 250 Mg Tablet33.85
MycotufMycotuf 250 Mg Tablet141.56
MyobidMyobid 250 Mg Tablet232.1
Thiomid EThiomid E 250 Mg Tablet75.9
AmbistrynAmbistryn 1 Gm Injection10.79
Ambistryn SAmbistryn S 0.75 Gm Injection8.21
StreptomacStreptomac 0.75 Mg Injection8.25
Streptomycin (Hindustan Antibiotic)Streptomycin Injection 0.75 Gm8.17
GenpodGenpod 200 Mg Tablet199.99
CoxerinCoxerin 250 Mg Capsule470.2
CyclorinCyclorin 250 Mg Capsule317.0
CyclotecCyclotec 250 Mg Capsule501.6
Md SerineMd Serine 250 Mg Tablet168.3
Mycotuf CMycotuf C 250 Mg Tablet439.96
MyserMyser 250 Mg Capsule665.48
PamserinePamserine 250 Mg Tablet473.81
IsonexIsonex 100 Mg Tablet289.59
IsonijIsonij 300 Mg Tablet10.2
SolonexSolonex 100 Mg Tablet Dt8.19
ProthiobinProthiobin 250 Mg Tablet92.7
ProtomidProtomid 250 Mg Tablet138.7
Md PrideMd Pride 250 Mg Tablet34.2
Mycotuf PMycotuf P 250 Mg Tablet153.29
PethidePethide 250 Mg Tablet97.47
ProthicidProthicid 250 Mg Tablet90.66
KanamacKanamac 1 Gm Injection38.08
EfficinEfficin 750 Mg Injection31.0
KancinKancin 1 Gm Injection31.25
Bcg I.PBcg I.P Vaccine114.56
Onco BcgOnco Bcg 40 Mg Injection592.85
OncovacOncovac 40 Mg Vaccine712.6
Sii Onco BcgSii Onco Bcg 40 Mg Injection592.85
TubervacTubervac 40 Mg Injection58.59
CapreotecCapreotec 1 Gm Injection346.5
CapreoCapreo 500 Mg Injection119.0
KapocinKapocin 750 Mg Injection372.0
MacbutinMacbutin Tablet257.64
RibutinRibutin 150 Mg Capsule331.0
CosacolCosacol 400 Mg Tablet91.66
MonopasMonopas 1000 Mg Tablet40.5
TericoxTericox 250 Mg Tablet543.0
4 Quin Brom4 Quin Brom 0.09% W/V/0.5% W/V Drop110.0
BromifaxBromifax 0.09%W/V/0.5%W/V Eye Drops115.0
DuobromDuobrom Eye Drop118.75
MoxifenacMoxifenac 0.5%W/V/0.09%W/V Eye Drops99.9
Moxicip BrMoxicip Br Eye Drop120.0
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 Kt4 Quin Kt 0.5% W/V/0.5% W/V Eye Drop68.0
Emfozen KEmfozen K 0.5%/0.5% Eye Drops84.0
KtmoxKtmox Eye Drop108.0
KtromoxxKtromoxx 0.5 Mg/0.5 Mg Eye Drops92.0
Megacom Eye DropsMegacom Eye Drops109.0
Mo 4 KtMo 4 Kt Eye Drop89.0
Moxicip KtMoxicip Kt Eye Drop99.0
Occumox KtOccumox Kt 0.5%/0.5% Eye Drop97.0
Senzmox KtSenzmox Kt Drops114.75
Siomox KtSiomox Kt 0.5%/0.5% Eye Drops96.0
Admox PlusAdmox Plus 0.5%/0.5% Eye Drops66.66
Apdrops KtApdrops Kt Eye Drop118.0
Kerosite MxKerosite Mx Eye Drop20.0
Mahaflox KtMahaflox Kt Eye Drop96.8
Meflotas KtMeflotas Kt Eye Drop105.0
Mflotas KtMflotas Kt Eye Drop105.0
Milflox PlusMilflox Plus Eye Drop112.0
Mofee KMofee K Eye Drop74.28
Moxicon KMoxicon K Drop74.1
Moxigram KtMoxigram Kt Eye Drop108.0
Moxiquin KtMoxiquin Kt 0.5%W/V/0.5%W/V Eye Drops88.0
Moxtif KMoxtif K Eye Drops110.0
Moxve KtMoxve Kt Drops87.61
4 Quin Lot4 Quin Lot Eye Drop115.0
Apdrops LpApdrops Lp 0.5% W/V/0.5% W/V Eye Drop122.75
Emfozen LpEmfozen Lp 0.5%/0.5% Drops95.0
LotemoxLotemox Eye Drop115.0
Mfc LtMfc Lt Eye Drop103.3
Mlobe LpMlobe Lp Eye Drop125.0
Vodamox LpVodamox Lp 0.5%W/V/0.5%W/V Eye Drops110.0
Mahaflox LpMahaflox Lp Eye Drop110.0
Meflotas LpMeflotas Lp Eye Drop103.91
Mflotas LpMflotas Lp 5 Mg/5 Mg Eye Drop108.0
Moxicon LpMoxicon Lp Drop114.01
Moxigram LxMoxigram Lx Eye Drop119.9
Moxinix LpMoxinix Lp Eye Drop120.0
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
AcrifaAcrifa 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet51.19
AntexAntex 300 Mg/450 Mg Tablet72.16
AntibinAntibin 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet48.38
Antibin ForteAntibin Forte 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet55.15
Antibin KidAntibin Kid 100 Mg/50 Mg Tablet11.34
BicoxBicox 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet52.11
Bicox ForteBicox Forte 200 Mg/150 Mg Tablet19.73
Bicox Forte KidBicox Forte Kid 100 Mg/100 Mg Tablet23.2
Coxwin KidCoxwin Kid 100 Mg/50 Mg Tablet13.13
Coxwin Zh KidCoxwin Zh Kid 100 Mg/300 Mg Tablet20.18
Denex ForteDenex Forte 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet56.7
FaminexFaminex 450 Mg/300 Mg Capsule56.18
FeminexFeminex 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet54.94
LynacoxLynacox 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet51.48
Macox PlusMacox Plus 150 Mg Tablet12.6
R CinexR Cinex 100 Mg/100 Mg Tablet16.0
Rf CompoundRf Compound 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet56.87
Rf Kid B6Rf Kid B6 100 Mg/100 Mg Tablet14.69
RifaconRifacon 450 Mg/300 Mg Capsule42.85
Rifact KidRifact Kid 300 Mg/450 Mg Tablet10.94
Rifica PlusRifica Plus 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet42.07
Rifinex KidRifinex Kid 100 Mg/50 Mg Tablet16.25
RimactazidRimactazid 100 Mg/50 Mg Tablet Dt10.95
RipeRipe 300 Mg/450 Mg Kit14.3
Ripe FdRipe Fd 300 Mg/450 Mg Tablet35.0
Ripe ForteRipe Forte 300 Mg/600 Mg Kit19.0
Ripy KidRipy Kid 100 Mg/100 Mg Tablet16.83
RisorineRisorine 100 Mg/50 Mg Capsule33.0
Stanex KidStanex Kid 225 Mg/150 Mg Tablet14.5
Ticinex KidTicinex Kid 100 Mg/50 Mg Tablet13.3
Vicox 2Vicox 2 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet79.0
Vicox 2 KidVicox 2 Kid 100 Mg/50 Mg Tablet21.9
Vicox 2 LwVicox 2 Lw 300 Mg/150 Mg Tablet55.23
Vicox 3Vicox 3 150 Mg/75 Mg Tablet48.0
Vicox 4Vicox 4 150 Mg/75 Mg Tablet354.52
Vicox Kid ForteVicox Kid Forte 200 Mg/150 Mg Tablet37.62
Vicox Kid PlusVicox Kid Plus 100 Mg/50 Mg Tablet21.43
Akurit KidAkurit Kid 60 Mg/30 Mg Tablet5.5
AkuritAkurit 150 Mg/75 Mg Tablet13.0
Anticox IiAnticox Ii 450 Mg/300 Mg Capsule43.0
Cavidin InhCavidin Inh 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet41.03
Coxirid PlusCoxirid Plus Tablet56.0
CoxwinCoxwin 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet43.82
Coxwin ZhCoxwin Zh 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet36.31
Eufacin InhEufacin Inh 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet44.37
Gocox CompoundGocox Compound 450 Mg/100 Mg Tablet25.44
Ipcacin KidIpcacin Kid 100 Mg/100 Mg Tablet16.02
McinexMcinex 450 Mg/300 Mg Capsule57.73
Montonex ForteMontonex Forte 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet65.56
MycocoxMycocox 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet56.8
MycuritMycurit 3 Tablet18.11
Nocox PlusNocox Plus 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet54.59
RifacomRifacom 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet56.41
Rifacox HRifacox H 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet49.52
Rifadin InhRifadin Inh 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet39.54
Rifalin IRifalin I 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet43.22
Rifampicin Inh (Zydus)Rifampicin Inh 450 Mg/300 Mg Capsule66.32
RifanexRifanex 300 Mg/450 Mg Tablet39.59
Rifarcin PlusRifarcin Plus 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet56.16
RifawkRifawk 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet36.76
Rifex KidRifex Kid 100 Mg/100 Mg Tablet50.82
RifizaRifiza 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet46.2
Ri KidRi Kid Tablet18.43
Rimactazid PlusRimactazid Plus 600 Mg/300 Mg Tablet64.94
Rimpek PlusRimpek Plus 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet58.64
RipnexRipnex 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet50.79
RizideRizide 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet7.32
Scc 2Scc 2 400 Mg/225 Mg Tablet40.07
Scc 2 LwScc 2 Lw 300 Mg/150 Mg Pouch4.75
Scc JrScc Jr 150 Mg/75 Mg Tablet19.2
Tibikit PlusTibikit Plus 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet19.71
Tibirim InhTibirim Inh 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet20.19
TicinexTicinex 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet54.67
UnicoxUnicox 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet44.04
Wokex 2Wokex 2 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet42.86
WokexWokex 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet9.46
Zucox PlusZucox Plus 450 Mg/300 Mg Tablet62.41
Acrifa ForteAcrifa Forte 225 Mg/150 Mg/750 Mg Tablet25.0
CaviripCavirip 450 Mg/300 Mg/1000 Mg Tablet0.0
Exact Zh KidExact Zh Kid 60 Mg/30 Mg/150 Mg Tablet8.78
Lynacox ZhLynacox Zh 225 Mg/150 Mg/750 Mg Tablet39.09
Lynacox Zh KidLynacox Zh Kid 225 Mg/150 Mg/400 Mg Tablet16.32
Montorip KidMontorip Kid 100 Mg/50 Mg/300 Mg Tablet20.03
Rf 3Rf 3 150 Mg/100 Mg/500 Mg Tablet31.83
Rf 3 ForteRf 3 Forte 255 Mg/150 Mg/750 Mg Tablet35.45
RhzRhz 225 Mg/150 Mg/500 Mg Tablet35.09
Rhz ForteRhz Forte 225 Mg/150 Mg/750 Mg Tablet43.37
Rhz KidRhz Kid 100 Mg/50 Mg/300 Mg Tablet20.15
Rifalin 2Rifalin 2 150 Mg/100 Mg/500 Mg Tablet44.6
RifaterRifater 120 Mg/80 Mg/250 Mg Tablet18.27
Rifinex PlusRifinex Plus 150 Mg/100 Mg/500 Mg Tablet27.51
RipRip 120 Mg/80 Mg/250 Mg Tablet17.74
TriantibinTriantibin 450 Mg/300 Mg/750 Mg Tablet7.68
TricoxTricox 225 Mg/150 Mg/500 Mg Tablet33.66
Tricox (Thm)Tricox 255 Mg/150 Mg/750 Mg Tablet51.13
TrinexTrinex 10 Mg Tablet16.0
Vicox 3 KidVicox 3 Kid 100 Mg/50 Mg/300 Mg Tablet30.47
Anticox ZAnticox Z 450 Mg/300 Mg/750 Mg Tablet12.96
CaviterCaviter 120 Mg/80 Mg/250 Mg Tablet30.0
Isorifazin ForteIsorifazin Forte 300 Mg/200 Mg/750 Mg Tablet41.07
Isorifazin SIsorifazin S 100 Mg/50 Mg/300 Mg Tablet86.54
Mycocox ZMycocox Z 225 Mg/150 Mg/750 Mg Tablet73.85
Mycurit ZMycurit Z 150 Mg/75 Mg/400 Mg Tablet1043.57
Rimcure 3 FdcRimcure 3 Fdc 150 Mg/75 Mg/400 Mg Tablet18.13
RinizideRinizide 150 Mg/100 Mg/375 Mg Tablet32.52
Rinizide Forte Dt TabletRinizide Forte Dt Tablet35.5
Scc Jr PlusScc Jr Plus 150 Mg/75 Mg/400 Mg Tablet25.05
TibikitTibikit Tablet13.31
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
TropenorTropenor 125 Mg/100 Mg Suspension30.47
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
Adflox OzAdflox Oz Tablet74.25
Cipromac OzCipromac Oz Tablet55.95
Hicin OzHicin Oz Tablet65.1
Osmoflox Oz TabletOsmoflox Oz Tablet75.96
Cifran OzCifran Oz 500 Mg/500 Mg Tablet119.0
Ciplox OzCiplox Oz 500 Mg/500 Mg Tablet72.5
CiporniCiporni Tablet52.56
Ciprogyl ForteCiprogyl Forte 500 Mg/600 Mg Tablet77.0
Zoxan OzZoxan Oz 500 Mg/500 Mg Tablet59.0
Afb 3Afb 3 450 Mg/300 Mg/800 Mg Tablet8.95
Bicox EBicox E 450 Mg/300 Mg/800 Mg Tablet49.14
Monitor 3Monitor 3 150 Mg/75 Mg/275 Mg Tablet16.98
Rf HeRf He 450 Mg/300 Mg/800 Mg Kit9.16
Stanex EStanex E 450 Mg/300 Mg/800 Mg Tablet47.25
Coxina 3Coxina 3 450 Mg/300 Mg/800 Mg Capsule7.97
Mycocox EMycocox E 450 Mg/300 Mg/800 Mg Tablet52.31
MycotubeMycotube 450 Mg/300 Mg/800 Mg Tablet66.09
Rifalife 3Rifalife 3 450 Mg/300 Mg/800 Mg Kit6.93
Rimactazid ERimactazid E 40 Mg/300 Mg/800 Mg Tablet8.33
Rimactazid Plus ERimactazid Plus E 450 Mg/300 Mg/800 Mg Tablet7.93
Rimthree FdcRimthree Fdc 150 Mg/75 Mg/275 Mg Tablet41.53
Scc 3Scc 3 450 Mg/225 Mg/825 Mg Sachet20.0
Scc 3 LwScc 3 Lw 300 Mg/150 Mg/550 Mg Pouch7.35
ThreThre 450 Mg/300 Mg/800 Mg Tablet31.93
Trac 3Trac 3 450 Mg/300 Mg/800 Mg Tablet19.02
Vicox EVicox E 450 Mg/300 Mg/800 Mg Tablet82.85
Wokex 3Wokex 3 450 Mg/300 Mg/800 Mg Kit7.1
Afb 4Afb 4 Kit14.61
ForecoxForecox Film Coated Tablet33.6
Rf 4Rf 4 Kit13.31
Ac 4 KitAc 4 Kit Tabcap15.07
Caviter RheCaviter Rhe Tablet68.34
Cox 4Cox 4 Kit14.88
Coxina 4Coxina 4 Kit11.25
Infez 4Infez 4 Tablet13.83
Monitor 4Monitor 4 Tablet23.47
Monto 4Monto 4 Tablet11.95
Mycotube PlusMycotube Plus Tablet53.57
Rhz PlusRhz Plus Tablet37.08
Rifacom EzRifacom Ez Tablet19.19
Scc 4Scc 4 Pouch11.89
Scc 4 LwScc 4 Lw Pouch10.45
Scc 4 Lw PlusScc 4 Lw Plus Pouch10.9
SccScc Kit10.3
Ter 4Ter 4 Tablet21.57
TetracoxTetracox Tablet54.63
Trac 4Trac 4 Tablet28.25
Vicox EzVicox Ez Tablet51.6
ZyrifaZyrifa Capsule44.57
Zyrifa KidZyrifa Kid Tablet11.9
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
Biocip FcBiocip Fc 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream14.43
Citoz FcCitoz Fc 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream12.5
Quintega CfQuintega Cf Cream36.9
NciprogullfcNciprogullfc Cream32.0
Cipromac Fc (Torque)Cipromac Fc Ointment27.0
Ciprolar FcCiprolar Fc Cream14.5
DiflumoxDiflumox 5 Mg/0.5 Mg Drop143.0
Milflox DfMilflox Df Eye Drop151.0
Iso SunibutolIso Sunibutol 300 Mg/800 Mg Tablet0.0
Themibutol PlusThemibutol Plus 1000 Mg/300 Mg Tablet63.52
TolnexTolnex 300 Mg/800 Mg Tablet0.0
CombunexCombunex 300 Mg/600 Mg Tablet60.0
EconexEconex 800 Mg/300 Mg Tablet34.93
Iso KoxiIso Koxi 300 Mg/800 Mg Tablet80.65
LinconexLinconex 800 Mg/300 Mg Tablet41.27
MarconexMarconex 300 Mg/800 Mg Tablet43.87
MyconexMyconex 600 Tablet63.58
VisocoxVisocox 300 Mg/800 Mg Tablet69.04
Mlobe KtMlobe Kt Eye Drop88.0
Vodamox PlusVodamox Plus Eye Drop100.0
Mlobe PdMlobe Pd Eye Drop90.0
Occumox BmOccumox Bm Eye Drop26.92
ToboxTobox Eye Drop149.9
Vodamox TVodamox T 0.3%/0.5% Eye Drops110.0
CiprogylCiprogyl 100 Mg/125 Mg Suspension26.46
ADEL 10Adel 10 Deasth Drop215.0
ADEL BC No 10Biocombination No. 10 Tablet135.0
ADEL Nat Silicicum DilutionNatrum Silicicum Dilution 1 M155.0
Dr. Reckeweg R32Reckeweg R32 Excessive Perspiration Drop200.0
Dr. Reckeweg R43Reckeweg R43 Asthma Drop200.0
Dr. Reckeweg Tuberculinum B DilutionTuberculinum Bov Dilution 1 M155.0
ADEL Yerba Santa Mother Tincture QYebra Santa Mother Tincture Q265.0
Dr. Reckeweg Yerba Santa QYerba Santa Mother Tincture Q265.0

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