Alphabetical List – National List of Essential medicines, India

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Alphabetical List – National List of Essential medicines, India

S.No Alphabetical List of Medicines in NLEM 2011
 

1.

 

25% Dextrose
 

2.

 

5-Amino salicylic Acid
 

3.

 

5-Fluorouracil
 

4.

 

Acetazolamide
 

5.

 

Acetyl Salicylic Acid
 

6.

 

Acriflavin+Glycerin
 

7.

 

Actinomycin D
 

8.

 

Activated Charcoal
 

9.

 

Acyclovir
 

10.

 

Adenosine
 

11.

 

Adrenaline Bitartrate
 

12.

 

Albendazole
 

13.

 

Albumin
 

14.

 

Allopurinol
 

15.

 

Alpha Interferon
 

16.

 

Alprazolam
 

17.

 

Aluminium Hydroxide + Magnesium Hydroxide
 

18.

 

Amikacin
 

19.

 

Amiodarone
 

20.

 

Amitriptyline
 

21.

 

Amlodipine
 

22.

 

Amoxicillin
 

23.

 

Amoxicillin+Clavulinic acid
 

24.

 

Amphotericin B
 

25.

 

Ampicillin
 

26.

 

Anti-D immunoglobin (human)
 

27.

 

Antitetanus Human immunoglobin
 

28.

 

Artesunate (To be used only in combination with Sulfadoxine + Pyrimethamine)
 

29.

 

Ascorbic Acid
 

30.

 

Atenolol
 

31.

 

Atorvastatin
 

32.

 

Atracurium besylate
 

33.

 

Atropine Sulphate
 

34.

 

Azathioprine
 

35.

 

Azithromycin
 

36.

 

B.C.G Vaccine
 

37.

 

Barium Sulphate
 

38.

 

Beclomethasone Dipropionate
 

39.

 

Benzathine Benzylpenicillin
 

40.

 

Benzoin Compound
 

41.

 

Benzyl benzoate
 

42.

 

Betamethasone
 

43.

 

Betamethasone Dipropionate
 

44.

 

Betaxolol Hydrochloride
 

45.

 

Bisacodyl
 

46.

 

Bleaching Powder
 

47.

 

Bleomycin
 

48.

 

Bromocriptine Mesylate
 

49.

 

Bupivacaine Hydrochloride
 

50.

 

Busulphan
 

51.

 

Calamine
 

52.

 

Calcium carbonate
 

53.

 

Calcium gluconate
 

54.

 

Calcium Ipodate
 

55.

 

Carbamazepine
 

56.

 

Carbimazole
 

57.

 

Carboplatin
 

58.

 

Cefixime
 

59.

 

Cefotaxime
 

60.

 

Ceftazidime
 

61.

 

Ceftriaxone
 

62.

 

Cephalexin
 

63.

 

Cetrimide
 

64.

 

Cetrizine
 

65.

 

Chlorambucil
 

66.

 

Chloramphenicol
 

67.

 

Chlorhexidine
 

68.

 

Chloroquine phosphate
 

69.

 

Chlorpheniramine Maleate
 

70.

 

Chlorpromazine hydrochloride
 

71.

 

Ciprofloxacin Hydrochloride
 

72.

 

Cisplatin
 

73.

 

Clindamycin
 

74.

 

Clofazimine
 

75.

 

Clomiphene citrate
 

76.

 

Clopidogrel
 

77.

 

Clotrimazole
 

78.

 

Cloxacillin
 

79.

 

Coal Tar
 

80.

 

Codeine phosphate
 

81.

 

Colchicine
 

82.

 

Condoms
 

83.

 

Co-Trimoxazole (Trimethoprim + Sulphamethoxazole)
 

84.

 

Cryoprecipitate
 

85.

 

Cyanocobalamin
 

86.

 

Cyclophosphamide
 

87.

 

Cyclosporine
 

88.

 

Cytosine arabinoside
 

89.

 

D.P.T Vaccine
 

90.

 

Dacarbazine
 

91.

 

Danazol
 

92.

 

Dapsone
 

93.

 

Daunorubicin
 

94.

 

Desferrioxamine mesylate
 

95.

 

Dexamethasone
 

96.

 

Dexchlorpheniramine Maleate
 

97.

 

Dextran-40
 

98.

 

Dextran-70
 

99.

 

Dextromethorphan
 

100.

 

Diazepam
 

101.

 

Diclofenac
 

102.

 

Dicyclomine Hydrochloride
 

103.

 

Didanosine
 

104.

 

Diethylcarbamazine citrate
 

105.

 

Digoxin
 

106.

 

Dihydroergotamine
 

107.

 

Diloxanide Furoate
 

108.

 

Diltiazem
 

109.

 

Dimercaprol
 

110.

 

Diphtheria Antitoxin
 

111.

 

Dithranol
 

112.

 

Dobutamine
 

113.

 

Domperidone
 

114.

 

Dopamine Hydrochloride
 

115.

 

Doxorubicin
 

116.

 

Doxycycline
 

117.

 

Efavirenz
 

118.

 

EMLA cream
 

119.

 

Enalapril Maleate
 

120.

 

Enoxaparin
 

121.

 

Erythromycin Estolate
 

122.

 

Esmolol
 

123.

 

Ethambutol
 

124.

 

Ether
 

125.

 

Ethinylestradiol
 

126.

 

Ethinylestradiol + Levonorgesterol
 

127.

 

Ethinylestradiol + Norethisterone
 

128.

 

Ethyl Alcohol 70%
 

129.

 

Etoposide
 

130.

 

Factor IX Complex (Coagulation Factors II,VII, IX, X)
 

131.

 

Factor VIII Concentrate
 

132.

 

Famotidine
 

133.

 

Fentanyl
 

134.

 

Ferrous Salt
 

135.

 

Filgrastim
 

136.

 

Fluconazole
 

137.

 

Flumazenil
 

138.

 

Fluorescein
 

139.

 

Fluoxetine hydrochloride
 

140.

 

Flutamide
 

141.

 

Folic Acid
 

142.

 

Folinic Acid
 

143.

 

Formaldehyde IP
 

144.

 

Framycetin Sulphate
 

145.

 

Fresh frozen plasma
 

146.

 

Furosemide
 

147.

 

Gemcitabine hydrochloride
 

148.

 

Gentamicin
 

149.

 

Gentian Violet
 

150.

 

Glibenclamide
 

151.

 

Glucagon
 

152.

 

Glucose
 

153.

 

Glucose with sodium chloride
 

154.

 

Glutaraldehyde
 

155.

 

Glycerin
 

156.

 

Glyceryl Trinitrate
 

157.

 

Griseofulvin
 

158.

 

Haloperidol
 

159.

 

Halothane with vaporizer
 

160.

 

Heparin Sodium
 

161.

 

Hepatitis B Vaccine
 

162.

 

Homatropine
 

163.

 

Hormone Releasing IUD
 

164.

 

Hydrochlorothiazide
 

165.

 

Hydrocortisone sodium succinate
 

166.

 

Hydrogen Peroxide
 

167.

 

Hydroxychloroquine phosphate
 

168.

 

Hydroxyethyl Starch (Hetastarch)
 

169.

 

Hyoscine Butyl Bromide
 

170.

 

Ibuprofen
 

171.

 

Ifosfamide
 

172.

 

Imatinib
 

173.

 

Imipramine
 

174.

 

Indinavir
 

175.

 

Insulin Injection(Soluble)
 

176.

 

Intermediate Acting(Lente/NPH Insulin)
 

177.

 

Intraperitoneal Dialysis Solution
 

178.

 

Iodine
 

179.

 

Iopanoic Acid
Ipratropium bromide  
 

181.

 

Iron Dextran  
 

182.

 

Isoflurane  
 

183.

 

Isoniazid  
 

184.

 

Isosorbide 5 Mononitrate/Dinitrate  
 

185.

 

Ispaghula  
 

186.

 

IUD containing Copper  
 

187.

 

Ketamine Hydrochloride  
 

188.

 

L- Asparaginase  
 

189.

 

Lamivudine  
 

190.

 

Lamivudine + Nevirapine + Stavudine  
 

191.

 

Lamivudine + Zidovudine  
 

192.

 

Leflunomide  
 

193.

 

Levodopa+ Carbidopa  
 

194.

 

Levothyroxine  
 

195.

 

Lignocaine  
 

196.

 

Lignocaine Hydrochloride  
 

197.

 

Lignocaine Hydrochloride + Adrenaline  
 

198.

 

Lithium Carbonate  
 

199.

 

Lorazepam  
 

200.

 

Losartan Potassium  
 

201.

 

Magnesium sulphate  
 

202.

 

Mannitol  
 

203.

 

Measles Vaccine  
 

204.

 

Medroxy Progesterone Acetate  
 

205.

 

Mefloquine  
 

206.

 

Meglumine Iothalamate  
 

207.

 

Meglumine Iotroxate  
 

208.

 

Melphalan  
 

209.

 

Mercaptopurine  
 

210.

 

Mesna  
 

211.

 

Metformin  
 

212.

 

Methotrexate  
 

213.

 

Methyl Cellulose  
 

214.

 

Methyl Ergometrine  
 

215.

 

Methyldopa  
 

216.

 

MethylPrednisolone  
 

217.

 

Methylrosanilinium Chloride (Gentian Violet)  
 

218.

 

Methylthioninium chloride (Methylene blue)  
 

219.

 

Metoclopramide  
 

220.

 

Metoprolol  
 

221.

 

Metronidazole  
 

222.

 

Miconazole  
 

223.

 

Midazolam  
 

224.

 

Mifepristone  
 

225.

 

Misoprostol  
 

226.

 

Mitomycin-C  
 

227.

 

Morphine Sulphate  
 

228.

 

Multivitamins (As per Schedule V of Drugs and Cosmetics Rules)  
 

229.

 

N/2 Saline  
 

230.

 

N/5 Saline  
 

231.

 

N-acetylcysteine  
 

232.

 

Naloxone  
 

233.

 

Nelfinavir  
 

234.

 

Neomycin + Bacitracin  
 

235.

 

Neostigmine  
 

236.

 

Nevirapine  
 

237.

 

Nicotinamide  
 

238.

 

Nifedipine  
 

239.

 

Nitrofurantoin  
 

240.

 

Nitrous Oxide  
 

241.

 

Norethisterone  
 

242.

 

Normal Saline  
 

243.

 

Nystatin  
 

244.

 

Ofloxacin  
 

245.

 

Olanzapine  
 

246.

 

Omeprazole  
 

247.

 

Ondansetron  
 

248.

 

Oral Poliomyelitis vaccine (LA)  
 

249.

 

Oral Rehydration Salts  
 

250.

 

Oxaliplatin  
 

251.

 

Oxygen  
 

252.

 

Oxytocin  
 

253.

 

Paclitaxel  
 

254.

 

Pantoprazole  
 

255.

 

Paracetamol  
 

256.

 

Penicillamine  
 

257.

 

Pentamidine Isothionate  
 

258.

 

Permethrin  
 

259.

 

Pheniramine Maleate  
 

260.

 

Phenobarbitone  
 

261.

 

Phenylephrine  
 

262.

 

Phenytoin Sodium  
 

263.

 

Phytomenadione  
 

264.

 

Pilocarpine  
 

265.

 

Piperazine  
 

266.

 

Platelet Rich Plasma  
 

267.

 

Polygeline  
 

268.

 

Polyvalent Antisnake Venom  
 

269.

 

Potassium Chloride  
 

270.

 

Potassium Permanganate  
 

271.

 

Povidone Iodine  
 

272.

 

Pralidoxime Chloride(2-PAM)  
 

273.

 

Praziquantel  
 

274.

 

Prednisolone  
 

275.

 

Prednisolone Acetate  
 

276.

 

Prednisolone Sodium Phosphate  
 

277.

 

Premix Insulin 30:70 injection  
 

278.

 

Primaquine  
 

279.

 

Procainamide Hydrochloride  
 

280.

 

Procarbazine  
 

281.

 

Promethazine  
 

282.

 

Propofol  
 

283.

 

Propranolol hydrochloride  
 

284.

 

Propyliodone  
 

285.

 

Protamine Sulphate  
 

286.

 

Pyrazinamide  
 

287.

 

Pyridostigmine  
 

288.

 

Pyridoxine  
 

289.

 

Pyrimethamine  
 

290.

 

Quinine sulphate  
 

291.

 

Rabies immunoglobin  
 

292.

 

Rabies Vaccine  
 

293.

 

Raloxifene  
 

294.

 

Ranitidine  
 

295.

 

Riboflavin  
 

296.

 

Rifampicin  
 

297.

 

Ringer Lactate  
 

298.

 

Ritonavir  
 

299.

 

Salbutamol sulphate  
 

300.

 

Salicylic Acid  
 

301.

 

Saquinavir  
 

302.

 

Sevoflurane  
 

303.

 

Silver Sulphadiazine  
 

304.

 

Sodium Bicarbonate  
 

305.

 

Sodium Iothalamate  
 

306.

 

Sodium Meglumine Diatrizoate  
 

307.

 

Sodium Nitrite  
 

308.

 

Sodium Nitroprusside  
Sodium Stibogluconate  
 

310.

 

Sodium Thiosulphate  
 

311.

 

Sodium Valproate  
 

312.

 

Specific antisnake venom  
 

313.

 

Spironolactone  
 

314.

 

Stavudine  
 

315.

 

Stavudine+Lamivudine  
 

316.

 

Streptokinase  
 

317.

 

Streptomycin Sulphate  
 

318.

 

Succinyl choline chloride  
 

319.

 

Sulfadoxine + Pyrimethamine  
 

320.

 

Sulfasalazine  
 

321.

 

Sulphacetamide Sodium  
 

322.

 

Sulphadiazine  
 

323.

 

Tamoxifen Citrate  
 

324.

 

Terbutaline Sulphate  
 

325.

 

Testosterone  
 

326.

 

Tetanus Toxoid  
 

327.

 

Tetracaine Hydrochloride  
 

328.

 

Thiamine  
 

329.

 

Thiopentone Sodium  
 

330.

 

Timolol Maleate  
 

331.

 

Tramadol  
 

332.

 

Trihexyphenidyl Hydrochloride  
 

333.

 

Tropicamide  
 

334.

 

Tuberculin, Purified Protein derivative  
 

335.

 

Urokinase  
 

336.

 

Vancomycin Hydrochloride  
 

337.

 

Vecuronium  
 

338.

 

Verapamil  
 

339.

 

Vinblastine sulphate  
 

340.

 

Vincristine  
 

341.

 

Vitamin A  
 

342.

 

Vitamin D (Ergocalciferol)  
 

343.

 

Warfarin sodium  
 

344.

 

Water for Injection  
 

345.

 

Zidovudine  
 

346.

 

Zidovudine+ Lamivudine+ Nevirapine  
 

347.

 

Zinc Oxide  
 

348.

 

Zinc Sulfate  

 

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MEDICINES ADDED IN THE NLEM – 2011
S.No. Name of the medicine
 

1.

 

25% Dextrose
 

2.

 

5-Amino salicylic Acid (5-ASA)
 

3.

 

Allopurinol
 

4.

 

Amoxicillin+Clavulinic acid
 

5.

 

Atorvastatin
 

6.

 

Betamethasone
 

7.

 

Carboplatin
 

8.

 

Cefixime
 

9.

 

Cetrizine
 

10.

 

Chlorambucil
 

11.

 

Clindamycin
 

12.

 

Clopidogrel
 

13.

 

Dacarbazine
 

14.

 

Daunorubicin
 

15.

 

Diazepam
 

16.

 

EMLA cream
 

17.

 

Enoxaparin
 

18.

 

Famotidine
 

19.

 

Fentanyl
 

20.

 

Filgrastim
 

21.

 

Hydroxychloroquine phosphate
 

22.

 

Ifosfamide
 

23.

 

Imatinib
 

24.

 

Ipratropium bromide
 

25.

 

Leflunomide
 

26.

 

Lorazepam
 

27.

 

Mefloquine
 

28.

 

Mesna
 

29.

 

Misoprostol
 

30.

 

N-acetylcysteine
 

31.

 

Olanzapine
 

32.

 

Oxaliplatin
 

33.

 

Pantoprazole
 

34.

 

Permethrin
 

35.

 

Piperazine
 

36.

 

Premix Insulin 30:70 injection
 

37.

 

Propofol
 

38.

 

Sevoflurane
 

39.

 

Stavudine+Lamivudine
 

40.

 

Tramadol
 

41.

 

Vecuronium
 

42.

 

Zidovudine+Lamivudine+Nevirapine
 

43.

 

Zinc Sulfate

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2. More efficient than autoclaving
3. Unaffected by thermal resistance by static surface air films
4. Fast sterilization

3. International Pharmacopoeia is published by
1. WHO
2. International Pharmaceutical Federation
3. United Nations
4. US food and drug administration

4. In the case of sterilization by dry heat the microbes are killed by
1. Oxidation 2. Dehydration
3. Decomposition 4. Precipitation

5. Communicable disease caused by Rickettsiae is
1. Scrub typhus 2. Chancroid
3. Mumps 4. Influenza

6. One of the first aid in poisoning is by administering
1. Universal antidote
2. Table spoonful of mustered
3. Egg white
4. All the above

7. In hemolytic jaundice the following are true EXCEPT
1. Unconjugated bilirubin level increases
2. Anemia is common
3. Serum alkaline phosphatase level increases
4. Liver function test normal

8. The mechanism of action of penicillin is
1. By inhibition of protein synthesis
2. By interference with ribosome function
3. By antimetabolite action
4. By interference with cell wall synthesis

9. Cotrimoxazole is more effective than individual administration of sulphame-thoxazole or
trimethoprim since
1. Both set sequentially in nucleotide synthesis
2. Sulphamethoxazole is antimetabolite and trimethoprin interfere with cell wall synthesis
3. Both binds to enzyme required for DNA replication
4. Sulphamethoxazole interfere with folic acid synthesis and trimethoprin interfere with cell
wall synthesis

Drug Inspector  Solved paper Old previous question paper

10. Which of the following is fluoroquinolone derivative ?
1. Nitrofurantoin 2. Lomifloxacin
3. Prontocil 4. Penicillin G
41. Number of mole of ATPs produced when on mole of glucose is completely oxidized is
1. 38 2. 8 1
3. 6 4. 24

 

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