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Summary

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) is a collective term used for a spectrum of infections that affect the urinary system of our body. They can involve any part of the urinary tract right from the kidneys to the urethra (a tube which empties urine from the urinary bladder to the outside). The urinary bladder is the most common site of UTIs, followed by the kidneys, and the urethra. Urine flows from the kidneys to the urinary bladder through tubes called ureters which rarely get infected. Urinary tract infections are more common in women than men owing to the short length of the urethra in women. In children, UTIs occur due to certain defects in the urinary tract (structural defects such as vesicoureteral defect), or due to nervous system problems (hydrocephalus, myelomeningocele) and incorrect cleaning method of the genital area, especially in girls. Men usually get UTI following an infection in the prostate gland and infections in different parts of the male reproductive system (such as epididymitis and orchitis).

People who have a catheter inserted in the urinary bladder for a long time, take an insufficient amount of water, are bed-ridden and are chronically ill, have diabetes, engage in a high level of sexual activity, and women who are pregnant are at a higher risk of developing UTIs. The symptoms of UTI include a burning sensation while passing urine, fever with chills, pain in the back and lower abdomen and increased or sudden urge to pass urine. Doctors diagnose UTIs on the basis of the clinical symptoms along with urine analysis and imaging tests, which may be required to confirm the diagnosis. Mild infections diagnosed after a urine test are usually treated with a course of antibiotics and other medicines to relieve the symptoms. Severe infections may need hospitalisation. For such infections, antibiotic injections are administered through an intravenous drip (a drip inserted in one of the veins, which slowly releases the medicines in the blood over a period of time). Rarely, a surgery may be required to correct the structural defect that may be the cause of UTI. Along with medicinal treatment, self-care such as drinking adequate water and practising self-hygiene help in speedy recovery from urinary tract infections.

  1. What is a urinary tract infection
  2. Types of urinary tract infection (UTI)
  3. Urinary tract infection (UTI) symptoms
  4. Urinary tract infection (UTI) causes and risk factors
  5. Prevention of urinary tract infection (UTI)
  6. Diagnosis of urinary tract infection (UTI)
  7. Urinary tract infection (UTI) treatment
  8. Urinary tract infection (UTI) prognosis & complications
  9. Medicines for Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
  10. Doctors for Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

What is a urinary tract infection

Urinary tract infections are among many common conditions responsible for frequent doctor visits. UTIs affect all age groups including children, adult men and women and elderly people. About 150 million cases of urinary tract infections are recorded every year all over the world. Women get UTIs more than men. In women, UTIs are most common in the age group of 15 to 49 years and during pregnancy. In India, 3% to 24% of pregnant women get UTIs without any symptoms (asymptomatic bacteriuria) due to the changes in the body that occur during pregnancy. Reinfection or recurrence of UTIs is observed in 40% of women who are not pregnant. Since women have a shorter urethra, it makes them prone to frequent infections and relapses with or without symptoms. Reappearance or recurrence of infection or symptoms can occur as a result of inadequate treatment, lack of self-care, antibiotic resistance, weak immune system, diabetes, and blockages anywhere in the urinary tract.

Types of urinary tract infection (UTI)

Urinary tract infections can be complicated, uncomplicated and asymptomatic on the basis of symptoms and severity of the infection.

  • Uncomplicated urinary tract infection
    This type of UTI is seen in healthy people who do not have any underlying structural abnormalities (such as blockages or abnormal growth) or neurological conditions (related to the nervous system) in their urinary tract which could make them prone to UTI. Uncomplicated UTI is of two types, depending on the site of infection:
    • Upper urinary tract infection
      This involves the upper part of the urinary tract such as kidneys (as in pyelonephritis). Although rare, pyelonephritis is a serious form of infection that can result in kidney damage or death.
    • Lower urinary tract infection
      In this type of UTI, the lower part of the urinary tract is involved such as the urinary bladder (cystitis). It is common in women and in people with a history of UTIs, diabetes, obesity, a high sexual activity, and women with vaginal infection.
  • Complicated urinary tract infections
    This type of infection occurs in people who have an underlying condition such as an obstruction or blockage in the urinary system, neurological problems of the urinary tract that cause collection or retention of the urine, kidney failure or transplant, a weak immune system, kidney (renal) stones, a catheter in the bladder (indwelling catheter), elderly people and women who are pregnant.
  • Asymptomatic bacteriuria
    It is the condition in which a person has an infection but there are no symptoms of UTI. Although healthy people could get this type of UTI, it is common in adult women, especially those who are pregnant or approaching menopause, people with diabetes, a catheter in the bladder, spinal cord injury, and elderly people. Asymptomatic bacteriuria is generally diagnosed after urine analysis because of the absence of symptoms.

Urinary tract infection (UTI) symptoms

The infection-causing bacteria enter the urinary system through the urethra, attack the inner lining of the urinary tract and depending on the location (bladder, urethra, kidneys) that is prone to bacterial growth and multiplication. Uncontrolled growth of bacteria causes inflammation and redness along with various other symptoms such as:

  • Burning sensation or pain while passing urine, chiefly due to irritation in the urinary bladder. (Read more - Painful urination treatment)
  • Pain in the lower abdomen is also associated with burning sensation while urinating due to bladder inflammation. (Read more -  Stomach pain causes and treatment)
  • Pain in flanks or in the back occurs in severe kidney infection.
  • Sudden urge to pass urine when bladder is empty or after passing urine.
  • Occasionally, the person may also lose control of urine.
  • Frequent sensation or urge to pass urine.
  • Bad urine odour.
  • Change in the colour of the urine to pink (blood-stained), dark yellow, cloudy due to the presence of white particles.
  • High fever with chills is common in high-grade infections and infection of the kidneys.
  • Generalised body weakness and fatigue.
  • Nausea and/or vomiting may be present with severe infection.
  • Sometimes in severe cases, blood in the urine can be seen.

UTIs in children present with:

  • Fever with chills.
  • Cloudy or hazy appearance of urine.
  • Foul urine odour.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Vomiting may be present in some children.
  • Purposefully holding the urine in the bladder or crying intensely while passing urine due to pain or burning sensation.
  • Babies with urinary tract infection may wet their clothes frequently.

Urinary tract infection (UTI) causes and risk factors

Causes

Various bacteria and fungi are responsible for causing infections in the urinary tract. Some of the most common ones include Escherichia coli (E. coli), Proteus mirabilis, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Enterococcus faecalis, and Staphylococcus saprophyticus.

Risk Factors

Multiple risk factors can increase a person’s risk of getting urinary tract infections. These differ in males and in females and include:

Risk factors in males

  • Obstruction or blockage in the urinary tract after the use of instruments (for dilating a narrowed urethra), a catheter in the urinary bladder or surgery of the urinary tract.
  • Enlarged prostate gland results in an incomplete blockage of the urinary tract which leads to the development of urinary infections in men above 50 years of age.
  • Use of catheter in men with diabetes.
  • Men older than 50 years of age.
  • Acute UTIs (such as acute cystitis) are common in homosexual young men, men who have unprotected sex with an infected female partner, HIV positive men, and more.

Risk factors in females

  • Women are at high risk of contracting UTIs due to the short length of the urethra.
  • Pregnancy increases the risk of UTIs due to hormonal changes in the body, which sometimes lead to vaginal infections. An infection of the vagina may eventually spread to the urinary system. (Read more - Hormonal imbalance causes and symptoms)
  • Menopause also poses women to a higher risk of developing UTIs due to a loss of the protective effect of oestrogen against bacterial infections. As the woman stops menstruating, her serum oestrogen level declines.
  • Presence of a catheter in the bladder for a long time increases the risk of urinary tract infections.
  • High sexual activity in women has also been found to increase the possibility of contracting UTIs.
  • A woman with a history of urinary tract infection is at a greater risk of contracting the infection again as compared to others.
  • Diabetes mellitus increases the availability of glucose for bacteria to feed on, prolong the healing time along with decreasing the immunity of the person over a period of time. As a result, the risk of contracting a UTI also increases.

Prevention of urinary tract infection (UTI)

Urinary tract infections can be prevented to some extent by following certain precautions in a day-to-day life. Here are some ways that can help you in staying away from UTIs:

  • Drink 1-2 litres of water to hydrate your body adequately and avoid recurrent UTIs.
  • Limit the intake of alcohol and caffeinated drinks as they cause irritation of the inner lining of the urinary bladder.
  • Make sure that you pass urine right before and after having sex to prevent UTI.
  • Avoid bath oils or bubble baths. Bathing under running water like showers is more effective in cleaning the body than taking bath in a tub.
  • Avoid using tight fitting inner wears. Cotton undergarments are better than synthetic ones.
  • Opt for sanitary pads instead of tampons. Sanitary pads instead of tampons decrease the risk of urinary tract infections.
  • Little girls should be taught to clean the genital area from front to back while potty training.
  • Avoid use of spermicide foam or spray as a contraceptive on the genital area as it increases the risk of urinary tract infection.
  • Urinary catheters should not be kept in place beyond the required duration.
  • Application of low-dose oestrogen in the genital area can help in preventing the growth of bacteria in post-menopausal women.
  • Treatment of underlying problems (such as enlarged prostate, prolapse of the uterus in women, among others) that cause incomplete drainage of urine prevents urinary tract infections.
  • Structural abnormalities should be corrected with surgery in order to prevent recurrent urinary tract infections.
  • Few scientific research studies show that cranberry helps in decreasing the risk of recurrent UTIs in women and children. Hence, the consumption of cranberries or cranberry juice may help in preventing UTIs.
  • Vitamin C helps in making the urine more acidic which subsequently stops the growth and multiplication of bacteria.
  • Probiotics or good bacteria supplements help in preventing urinary tract infections by stopping the growth of bad bacteria or infection-causing bacteria. Probiotics are present in yoghurt and cheese as well.

Diagnosis of urinary tract infection (UTI)

A diagnosis of UTI is established on the basis of:

Urine Analysis
Urine analysis is an efficient test that helps the doctor in the diagnosis of infection in the urinary tract. A midway stream urine sample is used for a urine analysis test. The test includes the following components:

  • Physical examination of the urine.
    • Colour
      Urine may appear clean, transparent, cloudy or hazy in case of infection.
    • Acidity
      Normal urine is slightly acidic with a pH of 6.0 to 7.5. The pH is high (8.5 to 9.0) in the case of an infection.
    • Nitrite test
      The test is performed using a dip-stick (a measurement instrument that is dipped in a liquid to perform a test). A positive nitrite test confirms the diagnosis of urinary tract infection. The nitrite test is specific for UTIs in 90% of the cases.
    • Leukocyte esterase test
      It helps to detect white blood cells in urine that appear due to inflammation and infection. The test is 55% specific for detecting urinary tract infections.
    • Blood in urine (haematuria)
      It is commonly seen in UTIs and helps in differentiating UTIs from other infections of the vagina in which urine does not contain red blood cells.
    • Urine culture test
      A sample of urine collected for the test is kept in a testing dish containing an artificial culture medium in the lab at a temperature same as that of the body. Bacterial growth is seen if the urine sample contains bacteria. A sample of this bacterial growth is then seen under the microscope to identify the type of bacteria, which helps in choosing suitable antibiotics for the treatment of the urinary tract infection.

Complete blood count (CBC) and Blood culture

CBC and blood culture are performed to confirm the diagnosis of infection and to identify the type of bacteria causing the infection respectively. These tests help to choose the right antibiotic for the treatment of urinary tract infection.

Plain X-ray

This test is performed to detect kidney stones which might be the possible cause of urinary tract infection.

Ultrasonography scan (USG scan)

A USG scan helps in measuring the amount of urine left in the bladder after urination. This helps in diagnosing urine retention or incomplete emptying of the urinary bladder. The USG scan also helps in detecting the collection of pus (abscess) in the kidneys in case of a severe form of infection, abscess in the prostate gland among others.

Cystoscopy

A cystoscopy is used when the doctor suspects’ pathologies related to the urinary bladder such as a tumour, diverticulum, and more. A tube (laparoscope) with a camera at its tip is passed into the bladder to visualise the inside of the urinary bladder.

Computed tomography scan (CT scan)

CT scan helps in detecting kidney stones that cause UTIs due to obstruction or blockage in the flow of urine in the urinary tract. In a contrast-enhanced CT scan, a three-dimensional image is formed after injecting a contrast dye in the body. This helps in detecting obstructions in the urine flow such as renal stones, infection, tumour, cyst, and others.

Intravenous pyelogram (IVP) and Voiding cystourethrogram (VCUG)

Both the imaging tests are performed to detect an obstruction or blockage in the urine flow in the urinary tract. The test involves the injection of a chemical dye through a vein in the arm (in IVP) and the bladder (in VCUG) and then an X-ray image is taken while the dye travels through the urinary tract.

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

It is used for visualising an abscess, tumour, cyst, and other abnormalities in the kidneys. MRI forms a clear image of the organs in the body.

Urinary tract infection (UTI) treatment

Medicines

Medicines are used to treat urinary tract infections and to prevent the infection from spreading to the kidneys. Medicines are also used to relieve the symptoms of urinary tract infections. Uncomplicated urinary tract infections usually resolve after taking antibiotics.

  • Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole is the first choice of antibiotics used for treating uncomplicated UTIs.
  • Nitrofurantoin is an antibiotic that kills bacteria. It is indicated in UTIs caused by E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Klebsiella, and other bacteria. It is commonly used in the treatment of bladder infection (cystitis).
  • Other antibiotics used in the treatment of uncomplicated UTIs include Fosfomycin, trimethoprim, fluoroquinolones, ciprofloxacin, etc.
  • Ofloxacin and levofloxacin are used in the treatment of both complicated and uncomplicated UTIs.
  • Amoxicillin and ampicillin are used to treat complicated UTIs.
  • Cephalosporins are stronger antibiotics (second generation) that are used for treating uncomplicated UTIs in the bladder.
  • A class of antibiotics, Aminoglycosides, are used in the treatment of complicated UTIs.
  • In the case of recurrent urinary tract infections, the doctor may advise a single dose of antibiotic daily and after sexual intercourse.
  • Phenazopyridine helps in relieving pain, discomfort, and irritation of bladder caused by infection.

Surgery

A surgery is performed for the treatment of recurrent UTIs in conditions such as abnormalities present since birth (e.g. vesicoureteral reflux, neurogenic bladder, and phimosis), abnormalities that develop later in life (e.g. renal stones, foreign bodies such as catheters, complication of sexually transmitted diseases, obstruction due to enlarged prostate among others), obstruction due to tumour, cyst or collection of pus and more.

Different types of surgeries include bladder surgery which is performed in severe cases of complicated UTIs. These surgeries include:

  • Urinary diversion, orthotopic diversion
    The flow of urine is diverted away from the bladder so that it collects in a bag that is attached outside the body.
  • Augmentation cystoplasty
    The bladder is removed, and a new urinary bladder is constructed using a part of the intestine.
  • Urethral stent
    It is used to dilate blocked urethra caused by urinary tract infection.
  • Laser surgery
    Blockages are removed with the help of surgery performed through endoscope or laparoscope using laser rays.

Lifestyle management

Urinary tract infections have a tendency to reappear after treatment in the absence of certain lifestyle modifications. Although the uncomplicated form of UTIs recover with medicines, they tend to appear again. Self-care is essential to decrease the risk of reinfection after surgery that is performed to correct the abnormalities that resulted in complicated UTIs. Here are a few helpful tips:

  • Drink a good amount of water in order to maintain a good urine flow.
  • Do not hold when there is an urge to pass the urine.
  • Restrict the intake of alcohol and caffeine.
  • Avoid tight-fitting undergarments.
  • Women should learn the correct methods of cleaning (from front to back) the genital area in order to maintain good hygiene.
  • Incorporate healthy habits of keeping yourself clean by taking regular showers. Avoid bubble baths.
  • Use barrier method of contraception or birth control pills instead of spermicidal gels or sprays in order to prevent infections.
  • Take appropriate measures to keep your diabetes under control, as it increases the chances of urinary tract infections.

Urinary tract infection (UTI) prognosis & complications

Prognosis

Most people with uncomplicated UTIs generally recover in 1 to 2 days. However, it is necessary to complete the full course of antibiotics as advised by the doctor, due to the high chances of developing resistance to the antibiotics.

Severe and/or complicated infections that require surgery for correction may take longer to get better.

Infection in the kidneys takes 1 week or more for complete recovery and disappearance of the symptoms.

Overall, a person with UTI recovers fully if he/she:

  • Has an uncomplicated UTI.
  • Is of a relatively younger age group with a healthy immune system.
  • Completes the course of antibiotics along with other medications as prescribed by the doctor.
  • Makes lifestyle changes such as staying adequately hydrated and maintaining genital hygiene.

The outcome is not very good in people with severe infections who have kidney damage, diabetes, a weak immune system and are elderly.

Complications

Complications arising from urinary tract infections include:

  • Sepsis
    It is a life-threatening condition that results when the infection spreads in the blood. Children, old people or those with a weak immune system are at a higher risk of developing sepsis.
  • Kidney damage
    Damage caused to the kidneys (scarring) due to severe infection is permanent and cannot be cured.
  • Premature labour
    Urinary tract infection during pregnancy increases the risk of premature labour and infection in the kidneys.
  • Relapse of infection
    Recurrence or relapse of infection is a common complication of urinary tract infections.
  • Urethral Stricture
    Narrowing of the urethra is common in men due to recurrent urinary tract infections (urethritis).
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Medicines for Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

Medicines listed below are available for Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). 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
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BactomoxBactomox 250 Mg Tablet Dt45.0
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DelmoxDelmox 250 Mg Tablet55.0
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Elmox KidElmox Kid 125 Mg Tablet23.0
Elmox RElmox R 250 Mg Capsule13.0
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Exylin (Maker Lab)Exylin 125 Mg Tablet8.0
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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
AlevoAlevo 250 Mg Tablet42.0
FynalFynal 250 Mg Tablet42.0
GlevoGlevo 0.50% Eye/Ear Drops54.0
L CinL Cin 0.50% Eye/Ear Drops40.0
LeonLeon 250 Mg Infusion73.0
LevobactLevobact 0.5% Eye Drop74.0
LevofloxLevoflox 250 Mg Tablet42.0
LevomacLevomac 125 Mg Oral Suspension72.0
LoxofLoxof 125 Mg Suspension70.0
QureQure 500 Tablet80.0
AgilevoAgilevo 250 Mg Tablet26.0
AleevAleev 125 Mg Syrup66.0
AlvoxAlvox 250 Mg Tablet17.0
BiolivBioliv 500 Mg Tablet78.0
CosfloxCosflox 250 Mg Tablet207.0
DiolofDiolof 250 Mg Tablet45.0
DolivDoliv 500 Mg Tablet80.0
Elone (Waves)Elone 250 Mg Tablet34.0
FlevoFlevo 500 Mg Tablet79.0
Floquin (Invision Medisciences)Floquin 500 Mg Infusion131.0
IbifloxIbiflox 250 Mg Tablet60.0
IndlevoIndlevo 250 Mg Tablet22.0
KinglevoxKinglevox 250 Mg Tablet22.0
LaffterLaffter 500 Mg Tablet69.0
LavorLavor 250 Mg Tablet44.0
LcrLcr 250 Mg Tablet46.0
Lee (Medinova)Lee 500 Mg Tablet80.0
LeefloxLeeflox 0.5% Eye Drops53.0
LekLek 250 Mg Tablet46.0
LeloxilLeloxil 500 Mg Tablet67.0
LeoarLeoar 500 Mg Tablet69.0
LeocipLeocip 500 Mg Tablet70.0
LetisolLetisol 500 Mg Tablet70.0
LevanceLevance 500 Mg Tablet66.0
LevelfoxLevelfox 250 Mg Tablet16.0
LevlocLevloc 500 Mg Tablet37.0
LevobaLevoba 250 Mg Tablet48.0
Levoba 500 MgLevoba 500 Mg 500 Mg Tablet80.0
LevoberLevober 250 Mg Tablet42.0
LevobioticLevobiotic 500 Mg Tablet39.0
LevocaLevoca 250 Mg Tablet47.0
LevocideLevocide 500 Mg Infusion128.0
LevoconLevocon 250 Mg Infusion120.0
LevocosLevocos 500 Mg Tablet90.0
LevocronLevocron 250 Mg Tablet39.0
LevoctLevoct 500 Mg Tablet80.0
LevodayLevoday 250 Mg Tablet36.0
LevodenLevoden 500 Mg Infusion54.0
LevodilLevodil 250 Mg Tablet47.0
LevodocLevodoc 500 Mg Tablet80.0
LevoffLevoff 500 Mg Injection37.0
LevogardLevogard 500 Mg Tablet80.0
LevogemLevogem 500 Mg Tablet79.0
LevoglanLevoglan 500 Mg Injection160.0
LevograLevogra 250 Mg Tablet45.0
LevokabLevokab 500 Mg Tablet84.0
LevokemLevokem 250 Mg Tablet54.0
Levokem (Monokem)Levokem 500 Mg Tablet99.0
LevokenLevoken 750 Mg Tablet129.0
LevolargeLevolarge 250 Mg Tablet45.0
LevolongLevolong 500 Mg Tablet27.0
LevolveLevolve 500 Mg Tablet85.0
LevomitLevomit 500 Mg Tablet87.0
LevonetLevonet 500 Mg Tablet85.0
LevonijLevonij 250 Mg Tablet20.0
LevopenLevopen 250 Mg Tablet38.0
LevoquinLevoquin 250 Mg Tablet38.0
LevoraceLevorace 250 Mg Tablet41.0
LevoronLevoron 500 Mg Tablet75.0
LevorunLevorun 250 Mg Tablet45.0
LevosalLevosal 250 Mg Tablet45.0
LevostatLevostat 500 Mg Tablet76.0
LevosureLevosure 500 Mg Tablet36.0
Levo (Exotic)Levo Tablet79.0
Levotop (Ajanta)Levotop 0.5% Eye Drop39.0
Levotop Pf (Ajanta)Levotop Pf 1.5% Eye Drop74.0
LevoxLevox 500 Mg Infusion50.0
Lev XLev X 500 Mg Tablet78.0
LexifloxLexiflox 250 Mg Tablet38.0
Lift (Aaron)Lift 250 Mg Tablet41.0
LivodilLivodil 250 Mg Tablet43.0
Livoquin (Exotic Lab)Livoquin Tablet80.0
LivorolLivorol 500 Mg Tablet64.0
LivostaLivosta 250 Mg Tablet38.0
LivoxLivox 500 Mg Tablet37.0
LonardLonard 250 Mg Tablet17.0
LosonLoson 250 Mg Tablet36.0
LovolkemLovolkem 250 Mg Tablet65.0
L SigL Sig 500 Mg Tablet80.0
LtrLtr 250 Mg Tablet47.0
LufiLufi 250 Mg Tablet28.0
Lv FloxLv Flox 0.50% Eye Drops45.0
MahalevoMahalevo 0.50% Infusion120.0
MlevoMlevo 125 Mg Suspension57.0
OlevoOlevo 250 Mg Tablet42.0
OtotopOtotop 0.5% Eye Drops38.0
OvelOvel 250 Mg Tablet59.0
Ovel (Leo Pharma)Ovel 500 Mg Tablet85.0
Paciflox500Paciflox500 500 Mg Tablet84.0
PlazilocPlaziloc 500 Mg Tablet60.0
Q LevoQ Levo 500 Mg Tablet38.0
Q LifeQ Life 250 Mg Tablet20.0
QulefQulef 250 Mg Tablet18.0
RelvoRelvo 500 Mg Tablet90.0
T LivoT Livo 250 Mg Tablet46.0
TravefloxTraveflox 250 Mg Tablet40.0
UltramycinUltramycin 250 Mg Tablet44.0
UribactUribact 250 Mg Tablet42.0
UvexUvex 250 Mg Tablet37.0
VeloxinVeloxin 500 Mg Infusion135.0
WecureWecure 250 Mg Tablet21.0
XoloxinXoloxin 250 Mg Tablet38.0
ZevoZevo 250 Mg Tablet20.0
ZileeZilee 250 Mg Tablet50.0
Aflon LAflon L 500 Mg Tablet55.0
AlbactinAlbactin 250 Mg Tablet57.0
Aleev Oz SyrupAleev Oz Syrup52.0
Aleev Oz TabletAleev Oz Tablet80.0
AtolfAtolf 250 Mg Tablet49.0
BestoleeBestolee 500 Mg Tablet39.0
CufloxCuflox 500 Mg Tablet47.0
Day 5Day 5 500 Mg Tablet41.0
EldoxineEldoxine 125 Mg Syrup60.0
EldoxinEldoxin 250 Mg Tablet20.0
ElvoxElvox 250 Mg Tablet14.0
EmcareEmcare 500 Mg Tablet97.0
FlecFlec 50 Mg Tablet27.0
FlolevFlolev 500 Mg Tablet85.0
FyfloxFyflox 500 Mg Tablet84.0
G CloxG Clox 500 Mg Capsule38.0
GigaquinGigaquin 500 Mg Tablet66.0
Heal UpHeal Up 500 Mg Tablet78.0
HinlevoHinlevo 500 Mg Tablet46.0
InfaxInfax 500 Mg Tablet40.0
JetfloxJetflox 500 Mg Tablet42.0
JoycinJoycin 500 Mg Tablet25.0
L250L250 250 Mg Tablet21.0
L500L500 500 Mg Tablet41.0
LamiwinLamiwin 500 Mg Infusion120.0
Lamiwin (Biochem)Lamiwin 500 Mg Tablet40.0
LamwinLamwin 250 Mg Tablet12.0
LavidLavid 500 Mg Tablet80.0
LazanolLazanol 750 Mg Tablet45.0
LeapfloxLeapflox 250 Mg Tablet47.0
LebactLebact 250 Mg Tablet37.0
LebroadLebroad 500 Mg Tablet64.0
LecinLecin 250 Mg Tablet17.0
LeeactLeeact 500 Mg Tablet74.0
Leflox(Mar)Leflox 500 Mg Tablet59.0
Leflox(Snw)Leflox Eye Drops53.0
LefoxLefox 500 Mg Tablet82.0
LemedLemed 250 Mg Tablet37.0
Leon OdLeon Od 250 Mg Tablet55.0
LeoxLeox 250 Mg Tablet46.0
LeozenLeozen 500 Mg Tablet4.0
LeveeLevee 500 Mg Tablet75.0
LevobidLevobid 250 Mg Tablet30.0
LevocadLevocad 500 Mg Syrup33.0
LevocefLevocef 500 Mg Tablet36.0
LevochemLevochem 250 Mg Tablet539.0
LevocureLevocure 500 Mg Tablet14.0
LevodonLevodon 250 Mg Tablet28.0
Levofloxacin 500 Mg TabletLevofloxacin 500 Mg Tablet45.0
LevofuxinLevofuxin 500 Mg Injection102.0
LevoganLevogan 250 Mg Tablet52.0
LevogenLevogen Tablet43.0
LevogisLevogis 500 Mg Tablet81.0
LevogoLevogo 250 Mg Tablet11.0
LevogramLevogram 500 Mg Tablet37.0
LevograndLevogrand 500 Mg Tablet85.0
Levokem (Alkem)Levokem 500 Mg Infusion27.0
Levokem (Hiquem)Levokem 750 Mg Tablet144.0
LevolabLevolab 500 Mg Tablet136.0
LevolifeLevolife 500 Mg Tablet65.0
LevologLevolog 250 Mg Tablet45.0
LevomanLevoman 250 Mg Tablet25.0
LevomarkLevomark 250 Mg Tablet21.0
Levo MdrLevo Mdr 750 Mg Tablet87.0
LevomedLevomed 250 Mg Tablet10.0
LevomineLevomine 250 Mg Tablet57.0
LevomniLevomni 250 Mg Tablet43.0
LevonacLevonac 500 Mg Tablet80.0
Levon (Enzo)Levon 500 Mg Tablet70.0
LevonesLevones 500 Mg Tablet65.0
LevopilLevopil 500 Mg Syrup10.0
LevoprideLevopride 500 Mg Tablet70.0
LevorishLevorish 250 Mg Tablet91.0
LevortLevort 500 Mg Tablet43.0
LevoslogLevoslog 500 Mg Tablet76.0
LevosonLevoson 250 Mg Tablet38.0
LevospanLevospan 250 Mg Tablet16.0
Levospan (Punjab)Levospan 500 Mg Tablet34.0
LevostalLevostal 250 Mg Tablet37.0
LevotabLevotab 500 Mg Tablet53.0
LevotasLevotas 500 Mg Tablet49.0
LevotecLevotec 250 Mg Tablet38.0
LevotechLevotech 250 Mg Tablet45.0
LevotilLevotil 500 Mg Tablet100.0
LevotimeLevotime 500 Tablet95.0
Levotop (Marc)Levotop 500 Mg Tablet80.0
Levotop OzLevotop Oz Tablet75.0
LevotroyLevotroy 500 Mg Tablet40.0
LevotumLevotum 500 Mg Tablet65.0
LevovistaLevovista 250 Mg Tablet13.0
LevowalLevowal 500 Mg Tablet81.0
LevowarLevowar Tablet40.0
LevowokLevowok 250 Mg Tablet37.0
LevoxaLevoxa 500 Mg Tablet82.0
LevoxnLevoxn 250 Mg Tablet33.0
LevoxyLevoxy 250 Mg Tablet44.0
LevozoneLevozone 500 Mg Tablet84.0
LevumLevum 250 Mg Tablet23.0
LfxLfx 500 Mg Tablet35.0
LiftLift 100 Mg Tablet59.0
LilyLily 500 Mg Tablet47.0
LinLin 500 Mg Tablet40.0
LipoxilLipoxil 500 Mg Tablet80.0
LivbestLivbest 250 Mg Tablet39.0
Livocin (Nitin)Livocin 500 Mg Tablet85.0
LivoflixLivoflix 250 Mg Tablet269.0
LivolifeLivolife 500 Mg Tablet53.0
Livomax (Enzo Biopharmal)Livomax Tablet28.0
Livomax (Scortis)Livomax Syrup69.0
LivotaLivota 250 Mg Tablet53.0
LivotechLivotech 500 Mg Tablet45.0
LivovarLivovar 500 Mg Tablet79.0
Livox (Zee)Livox 500 Mg Tablet79.0
LivozanLivozan 500 Mg Tablet72.0
LofelLofel 500 Mg Tablet64.0
LoflorLoflor 250 Mg Tablet14.0
Logan(Aep)Logan 250 Mg Tablet33.0
LotorLotor 250 Mg Tablet24.0
LovifoxLovifox 500 Mg Tablet83.0
LoxazinLoxazin 500 Mg Tablet19.0
LquinLquin 500 Mg Tablet65.0
LuvLuv 500 Mg Tablet97.0
LvfxLvfx 250 Mg Tablet42.0
LvmLvm 500 Mg Tablet46.0
LxlLxl 500 Mg Tablet83.0
MetlinMetlin 250 Mg Tablet88.0
MilivoMilivo 250 Mg Tablet22.0
MonofloxMonoflox 250 Mg Tablet19.0
MultivoxMultivox 500 Mg Tablet69.0
MylevoMylevo 500 Mg Tablet115.0
MytifloxMytiflox 250 Mg Tablet42.0
NirlivNirliv 500 Mg Tablet1.0
OdleOdle 500 Mg Tablet64.0
OlvoOlvo 500 Mg Infusion85.0
OtolevOtolev Ear Drop78.0
Ovel (Shrinivas)Ovel 750 Mg Tablet143.0
QuinocinQuinocin 500 Mg Tablet80.0
RealyRealy 500 Mg Tablet74.0
R FloxR Flox 500 Mg Tablet65.0
R Flox (Reliance)R Flox 250 Mg Tablet33.0
RzleRzle 300 Tablet79.0
SafelevoSafelevo 250 Mg Tablet38.0
SovaxinSovaxin 250 Mg Tablet22.0
SperafloxSperaflox 250 Mg Tablet54.0
SvizlecinSvizlecin 250 Mg Tablet18.0
SvizlevoSvizlevo 250 Mg Tablet18.0
TavanicTavanic 500 Mg Tablet490.0
TelevoTelevo 500 Mg Tablet69.0
Value LevoValue Levo 500 Mg Tablet38.0
VocinVocin 500 Mg Tablet43.0
VolfloxVolflox 250 Mg Tablet35.0
VologardVologard 500 Mg Tablet41.0
VoxafloVoxaflo 250 Mg Tablet120.0
VoxinVoxin 500 Mg Tablet111.0
ZentorZentor 500 Mg Tablet45.0
ZorikaZorika 500 Mg Tablet84.0
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
UnifloxUniflox 200 Mg Tablet45.0
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
AlclorAlclor Suspension116.0
ArticlorArticlor 125 Mg Dry Syrup110.0
Distaclor (Menarini India)Distaclor 125 Mg Syrup115.0
Distaclor (Pfizer)Distaclor 50 Mg Drop84.0
HalocefHalocef 125 Mg Suspension69.0
KeflorKeflor 125 Mg Redimix Suspension148.0
KrcKrc Tablet45.0
UniclorUniclor 250 Mg Tablet Dt158.0
Uniclor MrUniclor Mr 375 Mg Tablet221.0
CeclorCeclor 500 Mg Capsule51.0
Distaclor(Ranbaxy)Distaclor 50 Mg Drop67.0
Eclor LaEclor La 375 Mg Tablet120.0
EclorEclor Premix 125 Mg Syrup61.0
KidorinKidorin 125 Mg Syrup69.0
MaclorMaclor 125 Mg Dry Syrup83.0
VercefVercef 125 Mg Suspension72.0
ZenclorZenclor 125 Mg Suspension59.0
Cezel (Zee)Cezel Powder49.0
BicefBicef 250 Mg Dry Syrup19.0
BludroxBludrox 125 Mg Tablet19.0
Cefadrox KidCefadrox Kid 125 Mg Tablet14.0
CefadroxCefadrox 125 Mg Tablet Dt13.0
CefadurCefadur 100 Mg Drop19.0
Cexil (Leben Lab)Cexil 125 Mg Dry Syrup21.0
DroxylDroxyl 125 Mg Suspension27.0
OdoxilOdoxil 125 Mg Suspension16.0
VepanVepan 100 Mg Drop19.0
ZadroZadro 100 Mg Drops16.0
AdrocefAdrocef 250 Mg Dry Syrup28.0
ApdilApdil 125 Mg Suspension15.0
AroxilAroxil 500 Mg Tablet36.0
BdroxilBdroxil 250 Mg Tablet30.0
BidelBidel 250 Mg Tablet Dt20.0
Bludrox PBludrox P 125 Mg Syrup11.0
BrotzuBrotzu 125 Mg Syrup11.0
CedoxilCedoxil 250 Mg Tablet Dt23.0
CedroCedro 125 Mg Tablet21.0
Cefabid (Life Line)Cefabid 100 Mg Tablet Dt99.0
CefadCefad 125 Mg Tablet Dt10.0
Cefadroxyl (Blue Cross)Cefadroxyl 125 Mg Syrup13.0
CefariCefari 1 Gm Injection67.0
CefataurCefataur 250 Mg Tablet51.0
CefcareCefcare 125 Mg Suspension21.0
CefilCefil 125 Mg Tablet257.0
CefindCefind 500 Mg Tablet36.0
CefkemCefkem 125 Mg Tablet Dt18.0
CeforangeCeforange 500 Mg Tablet38.0
CefoxidCefoxid 100 Mg Drops20.0
CefoxilCefoxil 250 Mg Tablet154.0
CefrilCefril 500 Mg Tablet Dt52.0
CefticCeftic 250 Mg Tablet104.0
CepdoxCepdox 125 Mg Suspension13.0
CephbidCephbid 500 Mg Tablet15.0
CetronCetron 125 Mg Tablet8.0
Cetron (Stanford)Cetron Tablet10.0
CodroxilCodroxil 125 Mg Suspension13.0
Codroxil KidCodroxil Kid 250 Mg Tablet19.0
CosdroxCosdrox 250 Mg Tablet20.0
DelcefDelcef 125 Mg Tablet20.0
Dicef (Dial)Dicef 1 Gm Injection75.0
Drocef Kid (Exotic Lab)Drocef Kid 250 Mg Tablet22.0
DroxibidDroxibid 250 Mg Tablet21.0
Droxibid PDroxibid P 250 Mg Tablet20.0
DroxikaaDroxikaa 250 Mg Tablet Dt185.0
DroxycadDroxycad 125 Mg Tablet12.0
Droxyceph (Mano)Droxyceph 125 Mg Syrup18.0
Droxyceph (Orchid)Droxyceph 125 Mg Tablet18.0
DroxypilDroxypil 125 Mg Tablet Dt95.0
DuricefDuricef 250 Mg Tablet170.0
DuroxylDuroxyl 125 Mg Suspension14.0
Faxil (Lancer)Faxil 500 Mg Tablet34.0
FedroxFedrox 125 Mg Tablet Dt9.0
GufidroxGufidrox 125 Mg Syrup11.0
HidroxHidrox 125 Mg Tablet24.0
KefexylKefexyl 125 Mg Syrup16.0
KefloxinKefloxin 125 Mg Suspension21.0
KefzenKefzen 125 Mg Tablet19.0
KidoxylKidoxyl 250 Mg Suspension25.0
KidroxKidrox 100 Mg Drops35.0
LacefLacef 125 Mg Suspension16.0
LactocefLactocef 125 Mg Suspension44.0
LbdroxLbdrox 125 Mg Syrup24.0
LibadroxLibadrox 250 Mg Dry Syrup56.0
MapradoxMapradox 125 Mg Tablet10.0
Nico DroxilNico Droxil 125 Mg Tablet10.0
PendroxPendrox 250 Mg Tablet Dt37.0
Q CidroxQ Cidrox 250 Mg Tablet Dt23.0
Rt CefRt Cef 125 Mg Suspension17.0
SafedroxSafedrox 125 Mg Tablet11.0
SudroxSudrox 125 Mg Suspension13.0
TwicefTwicef 125 Mg Tablet Dt32.0
WaladroxWaladrox 125 Mg Suspension16.0
ZencefZencef 250 Mg Tablet66.0
ZoxilZoxil 125 Mg Suspension16.0
ActidroxActidrox 500 Mg Tablet40.0
AcudroxAcudrox 500 Mg Tablet36.0
AndroxilAndroxil 250 Mg Tablet197.0
AnodoxAnodox 125 Mg Syrup22.0
CdrCdr 250 Mg Tablet28.0
CeedroxCeedrox Dry Syrup11.0
Cefadroxil TabletCefadroxil 250 Mg Tablet35.0
Cefadroxyl (Cadila)Cefadroxyl 500 Mg Tablet84.0
CefamedCefamed 1 Gm Injection74.0
Cefom (Apostle)Cefom 250 Mg Tablet19.0
CfdCfd 500 Mg Syrup52.0
Drox Kid (Pharma)Drox Kid Dry Syrup21.0
DroxlectDroxlect 250 Mg Tablet25.0
EliminateEliminate 500 Mg Tablet18.0
EudroxEudrox 200 Mg Tablet202.0
FedexilFedexil 125 Mg Tablet20.0
GigacefGigacef 125 Mg Syrup11.0
KefdilKefdil 250 Mg Tablet37.0
MadroxMadrox 125 Mg Tablet16.0
MonodroxMonodrox 125 Mg Tablet27.0
Neodrox(Cip)Neodrox 250 Mg Tablet43.0
NesdroxNesdrox 125 Mg Syrup16.0
Odoxil Pm ForteOdoxil Pm Forte Syrup24.0
PandroxPandrox 500 Mg Tablet36.0
Pandrox (Ipca)Pandrox 250 Mg Tablet19.0
Pd RoxilPd Roxil 500 Mg Capsule35.0
RaxdilRaxdil 250 Mg Tablet29.0
SundroxSundrox 500 Mg Tablet77.0
SycefSycef 100 Mg Tablet90.0
TroydroxTroydrox 250 Mg Tablet20.0
UricefUricef 100 Mg Tablet Dt96.0
VistadroxVistadrox 250 Mg Tablet19.0
AlcizonAlcizon 1 Gm Injection21.0
Ancef XpAncef Xp 1.125 Gm Injection147.0
CefadinCefadin 125 Mg Injection20.0
ReflinReflin 1 Gm Injection23.0
BiopimeBiopime 1 Gm Injection104.0
CepimeCepime 1000 Mg Injection138.0
IvipimeIvipime 1 Gm Injection180.0
KefpimeKefpime 1 Gm Injection181.0
MapimeMapime 1 Gm Injection151.0
MaxicefMaxicef 250 Mg Injection67.0
MicropimeMicropime 1 Gm Injection226.0
NovapimeNovapime 1 G Injection216.0
OrpimeOrpime 1 Gm Injection178.0
ScudScud 1 Gm Injection246.0
CachepimeCachepime 1 Gm Injection133.0
CefeprimeCefeprime 0.5 Gm Injection88.0
CelrimCelrim 1 Gm Injection209.0
CepyCepy 250 Mg Injection57.0
C PimeC Pime 250 Mg Injection68.0
EnpimeEnpime 1 Gm Injection142.0
EpimeEpime 1 Gm Injection188.0
ForparForpar 0.5 Gm Injection225.0
Kefage (Indchemie)Kefage 1000 Mg Injection163.0
MaxopimeMaxopime 1 Gm Injection333.0
PenpimePenpime 1 Gm Injection162.0
SafepimeSafepime 1 Gm Injection149.0
SepinSepin 1000 Mg Injection175.0
VegapimeVegapime 1 Gm Injection160.0
WinpimeWinpime 1000 Mg Injection144.0
PozinegPozineg Injection155.0
AltametAltamet 250 Mg Tablet52.0
PryzmPryzm 250 Mg Tablet53.0
RecocefRecocef 250 Mg Tablet132.0
CeftasCeftas 100 Mg Suspension111.0
HifenHifen 100 Mg Dry Syrup57.0
MahacefMahacef 100 Mg Tablet53.0
MiliximMilixim 100 Mg Tablet49.0
Omnicef OOmnicef O 100 Mg Tablet Dt45.0
OmnixOmnix 100 Mg Dry Syrup62.0
Taxim OTaxim O 200 Mg Tablet89.0
TopcefTopcef 25 Mg Drop40.0
ZifiZifi 100 Mg Dry Syrup62.0
ZipraxZiprax 100 Mg Syrup71.0
Ab CefAb Cef 100 Mg Tablet73.0
AbiximAbixim 100 Mg Tablet30.0
Ac FixAc Fix 200 Mg Tablet80.0
A C FordA C Ford 100 Mg Tablet36.0
AcrotexAcrotex 100 Mg Tablet77.0
AfdiximAfdixim 200 Mg Tablet Dt106.0
AgicefAgicef 100 Mg Tablet119.0
AircefAircef 100 Mg Tablet Dt76.0
Alcef(Southshourne)Alcef 100 Mg Tablet73.0
AlmocefAlmocef 100 Mg Tablet Dt56.0
AmaximeAmaxime 100 Mg Syrup54.0
Ancef OAncef O 100 Mg Tablet Dt71.0
AsertAsert 100 Mg Tablet Dt54.0
AtfiAtfi 100 Mg Tablet50.0
AtocefAtocef 50 Mg Tablet60.0
AurcefAurcef 100 Mg Tablet Dt120.0
Avixime (Avinash)Avixime 100 Mg Tablet Dt80.0
AviximeAvixime 10 Mg Dry Syrup43.0
AximeAxime 100 Mg Capsule160.0
Axiom OrAxiom Or 100 Mg Tablet90.0
BilactamBilactam 100 Mg Tablet Dt52.0
Biotax OBiotax O 100 Mg Tablet65.0
CebayCebay 100 Mg/40 Mg Tablet50.0
Cedro CfCedro Cf 100 Mg Tablet54.0
Cefal OCefal O 100 Mg Tablet80.0
Cefal OdsCefal Ods 50 Mg Syrup72.0
CefdeCefde 100 Mg Tablet67.0
CefexCefex 100 Mg Tablet90.0
CeffrenchCeffrench 100 Mg Tablet Dt83.0
CefiCefi 100 Mg Tablet Dt58.0
CeficonCeficon 200 Mg Tablet56.0
CeficratCeficrat 100 Mg Tablet Dt49.0
CefidocCefidoc 100 Mg Tablet Dt90.0
CefifurtCefifurt 200 Mg Dry Syrup49.0
CefigoCefigo 100 Mg Tablet Dt40.0
CefikaaCefikaa 100 Mg Tablet59.0
CefikabCefikab 100 Mg Tablet68.0
CefilabCefilab 200 Mg Tablet57.0
CefilifeCefilife 100 Mg Tablet Dt120.0
Cefimax (Stanford)Cefimax 100 Mg Tablet59.0
CefimineCefimine 200 Mg Tablet120.0
CefintaCefinta 50 Mg Dry Syrup23.0
CefitaxeCefitaxe 100 Mg Tablet Dt36.0
CefivotCefivot 100 Mg Tablet50.0
CefiwokCefiwok 100 Mg Tablet Dt55.0
Cefix (Cipla)Cefix 100 Mg Tablet86.0
Cefixime 100 mgCefixime 100 Mg Tablet38.0
CefiyugCefiyug 400 Mg Tablet429.0
CeflabCeflab 200 Mg Tablet105.0
CeflyCefly 200 Mg Tablet Dt130.0
CefmeCefme 100 Mg Tablet49.0
CefnijCefnij 100 Mg Tablet53.0
Cefo (Medley)Cefo 100 Mg Tablet49.0
CefocefCefocef 1000 Mg Injection63.0
Cefocef OCefocef O 100 Mg Tablet61.0
CefolacCefolac 100 Mg Syrup62.0
Cefomarc OCefomarc O 200 Mg Tablet79.0
CefraxCefrax 100 Mg Dry Syrup72.0
CefspanCefspan 100 Mg Capsule63.0
Cefy OCefy O 100 Mg Tablet Dt78.0
CemaxinCemaxin 100 Mg Tablet70.0
CflCfl 200 Mg Tablet Dt119.0
Cfx (Skymax)Cfx 100 Mg Tablet63.0
Cfx (Bliss)Cfx 200 Mg Tablet104.0
Cf XimCf Xim 100 Mg Tablet46.0
Cfxim OfCfxim Of Tablet109.0
CifiCifi 100 Mg Tablet50.0
CnoxtCnoxt 100 Mg Tablet75.0
Cocef (Corona)Cocef 100 Mg Tablet Dt158.0
CquenceCquence 100 Mg Tablet Dt45.0
CreoCreo 100 Mg Tablet82.0
CscCsc 100 Mg Tablet76.0
C Tax OC Tax O 100 Mg Tablet Dt86.0
CymaxCymax 100 Mg Tablet109.0
DelbiDelbi 100 Mg Tablet Dt52.0
Desatax ODesatax O 100 Mg Tablet130.0
Dp CefDp Cef 100 Mg Tablet Dt45.0
EffyEffy 100 Mg Tablet79.0
EfiximeEfixime 100 Mg Tablet93.0
EfoximEfoxim 100 Mg Tablet54.0
ElfiElfi 1000 Mg Dry Syrup31.0
ElicefElicef 100 Mg Tablet Dt66.0
EmEm Infusion22.0
Etri OEtri O 100 Mg Tablet66.0
ExcefExcef 100 Mg Tablet51.0
EximonEximon 100 Mg Tablet114.0
ExinExin 500 Mg Capsule85.0
ExtacefExtacef 200 Mg Tablet Dt82.0
Fax (Astron)Fax 250 Mg Tablet25.0
Fax Tz ForteFax Tz Forte Tablet54.0
Fax Tz (Astron)Fax Tz Tablet32.0
FedcefFedcef 200 Mg Tablet Dt104.0
FemcefFemcef 200 Mg Tablet122.0
FevoritFevorit 100 Mg Tablet Dt64.0
FexinexFexinex 100 Mg Tablet Dt80.0
FixiFixi 1000 Mg Injection72.0
FiximeFixime 100 Mg Tablet29.0
FiximoFiximo 200 Mg Tablet81.0
Fiximo DFiximo D 50 Mg Syrup40.0
FixmanFixman 100 Mg Tablet Dt51.0
FixmeFixme 100 Mg Tablet45.0

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