Schedule H

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Schedule H is a class of prescription drugs in India appearing as an appendix to the Drugs and Cosmetics Rules, 1945 introduced in 1945. These are drugs which cannot be purchased over the counter without the prescription of a qualified doctor.The manufacture and sale of all drugs are covered under the Drugs and Cosmetics Act and Rules. It is revised at times based on the advice of the Drugs Technical Advisory Board, part of the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization[1] in the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The most recent schedule H (2006) lists 536 drugs from abacavir to zuclopenthixol.[2]

However, enforcement of Schedule H laws in India is lax, compared to the more restrictive Schedule X, for which a mandatory documentation trail must be maintained.[3]

List[edit]

A partial list of Schedule H drugs in India according to D & C act (2nd Amendment) Rules. 2006

  1. Abacavir
  2. Abciximab
  3. Acebutolol Hydrochloride
  4. Aclarubicin Inj
  5. Actilyse
  6. Acyclovir
  7. Adrenocorticotrophic hormone (ACTH)
  8. Alclometasone Dipropiponate
  9. Allopurinol
  10. Alphachymotrypsin
  11. Albendazole
  12. Alprazolam
  13. Amantadine Hydrochloride
  14. Amikacin
  15. Amiloride Hydrochloride
  16. Amineptine
  17. Aminoglutethimide Tab
  18. Aminosalicylic Acid
  19. Amiodarone Hydrochloride
  20. Amitriptyline, its salts
  21. Amoscanate
  22. Amoxapine_
  23. Amrinone Lactate
  24. Analgin
  25. Androgenic, Anabolic, Oestrogenic and Progestational Substances
  26. Antibiotics
  27. Aprotinin
  28. Organic Compound of Arsenic for injection.
  29. Articaine Hydrochloride
  30. Astemizole
  31. Atenolol
  32. Atracrium Besylate Injection
  33. Auranofin
  34. Azathioprine
  35. Barbituric acid, its salts, derivative of
  36. Barbituric acid, their salts
  37. Bacampicillin
  38. Benserazide Hydrochloride
  39. Betahistine Dihydrochloride
  40. Bethanidine Sulphate
  41. Bezafibrate
  42. Biclotymol
  43. Biperiden Hydrochloride
  44. Bitoscanate
  45. Bleomycin Oil Suspension
  46. Bromhexine Hydrochloride
  47. Bromocriptine Mesylate
  48. Budesonide
  49. Bupivacaine Hydrochloride
  50. Bupropion Hydrochloride
  51. Buspirone
  52. Captopril
  53. Carbidopa
  54. Carbocisteine
  55. Carboplatin Injection
  56. Carboquone
  57. Carisoprodol
  58. L.Carnitine
  59. Cefadroxyl
  60. Cefatoxime Sodium
  61. Cefazolin Sodium
  62. Ceftazidime Pentahydrate
  63. Ceftizoxime Sodium Sterile
  64. Cefuroxime
  65. Cefuroxime Axetil
  66. Centbutindole
  67. Centchroman
  68. Chest on Cold Total
  69. Ciclopirox Olamine
  70. Clindamycin
  71. Cimetidine
  72. Cinnarizine
  73. Ciprofloxacin HCL Monohydrate/lactate
  74. Chlordiazepoxide, its salts
  75. Chlormezanone
  76. Chlorpromazine, its salts
  77. Chlorzoxazone
  78. Clavulanic Acid
  79. Clidinium Bromide
  80. Clobetasol Propionate
  81. Clobetazone 17-Butyrate
  82. Clofazimine
  83. Clofibrate
  84. Clonazepam
  85. Clonidine Hydrochloride
  86. Clopamide
  87. Clostebol Acetate
  88. Clotrimazole
  89. Codeine, its salts and derivatives
  90. Colchicine
  91. Corticosteroids, their esters, their derivatives and their dosage forms.
  92. Cotrimoxazole
  93. Cyclanadelate
  94. Cyclosporin Oral Solution
  95. Cytonac ER
  96. Danzol
  97. Dapsone, its salts and derivatives
  98. Desogestrol
  99. Dextranomer
  100. Dextropropoxyphene, its salts
  101. Diazepam
  102. Diazoxide
  103. Diclofenac Sodium
  104. Digoxine
  105. Dilazep Hydrochloride
  106. Diltiazem
  107. Dinoprostone
  108. Diphenoxylate, its salts
  109. Disopyramide
  110. Domperidone
  111. Dopamine Hydrochloride
  112. Dothiepin Hydrochloride
  113. Doxapram Hydrochloride
  114. Doxepin Hydrochloride
  115. Econozole
  116. Enalapril Maleate
  117. Enfenamic Acid
  118. Epinephrine, its salts
  119. Epirubicine Inj.
  120. Ergot, alkaloids of, whether hydrogenated or not, their homologues, any salt of any substance
  121. falling within this item.
  122. Estradiol succinate
  123. Estramustine Phosphate Capsule.
  124. Ethacridine Lactate
  125. Ethambutol Hydrochloride
  126. Ethamsylate
  127. Ethinylestradiol
  128. Ethionamide
  129. Etomidate
  130. Etoposide Cap. & Inj.
  131. Farmotidine
  132. Flavoxate Hydrochloride
  133. Flufenamic acid, its salts, its esters, their salts
  134. Flunarizine Hydrochloride
  135. Flupenthixol
  136. Fluphenazine Enanthate and Decanoate
  137. Flurazepam
  138. Flurbiprofen
  139. Flutamide
  140. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride
  141. Garabpin
  142. Galanthamine Hydrobromide
  143. Gallamine, its salts, its quaternary compound
  144. Gemfibrozil
  145. Genodeoxycholic Acid
  146. Gliclazide
  147. Glucagon
  148. Glycopyrrolate
  149. GlydiazinamideGuanethidine
  150. Gugulipid
  151. Halogenated Hydroxyquinolines
  152. Haloperidol
  153. Heparin
  154. Hepatitis B. Vaccine
  155. Hyaluronidase
  156. Hydrocortisone 17-Butyrate
  157. Hydrotalcite
  158. Hydroxyzine, its salts
  159. Ibuprofen
  160. Imipramine, its salts
  161. Indapamide
  162. Indomethacin, its salts
  163. Insulin Human
  164. Interferon Alpha Inj.
  165. Intralipid (intravenous Fat Emulsion)
  166. Iohexol Sterile Solution
  167. Iopamidol Sterile Solution
  168. Iopromide
  169. Iron Preparation for parenteral use
  170. Isocarboxazid
  171. Isoflurane
  172. Isonicotinic acid hydrazine and other hydrazine detivatives of isonicotinic acid, their
  173. derivatives, their salts.
  174. Isosorbide Dinitrate
  175. Isosorbide Mononitrate
  176. Isozsurprine
  177. Ketamine Hydrochloride
  178. Ketoconazole Acetate
  179. Ketoprofen
  180. Labetalol Hydrochloride
  181. Levarterenol, its salts
  182. Levodopa
  183. Levocetrizine
  184. Lidoflazine
  185. Lithium Carbonate
  186. Lofepramine Decanoate
  187. Loperamide
  188. Lorazepam
  189. Loxapine
  190. Mebendazole
  191. Mebeverine Hydrochloride
  192. Medroxy Progesterone Acetate Tablets
  193. Mefenamic Acid, its salts its ester, their salts
  194. Megestrol Acetate
  195. Meglumine Iocarmate
  196. Melagenina Lotion
  197. Mephenesin, its esters
  198. Mephentermine
  199. Mesterolone
  200. Methicillin Sodium
  201. Methocarbamol
  202. Metoclopramide
  203. Metoprolol tartarate
  204. Metrizamide
  205. Metronidazole
  206. Mexiletine Hydrochloride
  207. Mianserin Hydrochloride
  208. Miconazole
  209. Minocycline
  210. Minoxidil
  211. Mitoxantrone Hydrochloride
  212. Mometasone Furoate
  213. Montelukast Sodium
  214. Morphazinamide Hydrochloride
  215. Narcotic Drugs listed in the Narcotic Drugs and Psychtropic Substances Act 1985.
  216. Nadolol
  217. Nalidixic Acid
  218. Naproxen
  219. Naroxim Expectorant
  220. Natamycin
  221. Netilmicin Sulphate
  222. Nicergoline
  223. Nifedipine
  224. Nimustine Hydrochloride
  225. Nitrazepam
  226. Nitroglycerin Injection
  227. Norethisterone Enanthate Injection
  228. Norfloxacin
  229. Ofloxacin
  230. Orphenadrine, its salts
  231. Orthoclone Sterile
  232. Oxazepam
  233. Oxazolidine,its salts
  234. Oxethazaine Hydrochloride
  235. Oxolinic Acid
  236. Oxprenolol Hydrochloride
  237. Oxyfedrine
  238. Oxymetazoline
  239. Oxyphenbutazone
  240. Oxytocin
  241. Ozothine
  242. Pancuronium Bromide
  243. Para amino benzene sulphonamide its salts and derivatives.
  244. Para amino Salicylic acid, its salts, its derivatives
  245. D-Penicillamine
  246. Pentazocine
  247. Pentanerv-NT
  248. Pentoxiflylline
  249. Pepleomycin Injection.
  250. Phenelzine, its salts
  251. Phenothiazine, derivatives of and salts of its derivatives
  252. Phenobarbital
  253. Phenylbutazine, its salts.
  254. Pimozide
  255. Pindolol
  256. Piracetam
  257. Piroxicam
  258. Pituitory gland, the active principles of, not otherwise specified in this Schedule and their
  259. salts
  260. Polidocanol Injection
  261. Polyestradiol Phosphate Injection
  262. Praziquantel
  263. Prednimustine Tablets
  264. Prednisolone Stearoylglycolate
  265. Prenoxdiazin Hydrochloride
  266. Promazine Hydrochloride
  267. Propafenon Hydrochloride
  268. Propranolol Hydrochloride
  269. Protristyline Hydrochloride
  270. Pyrazinamide
  271. Pyrvinium, its Salts
  272. Quinidne Sulphate
  273. Ranitidine
  274. Rauwolfia alkaloids, their salts,derivatives of the alkaloids of rauwolfia, their salts
  275. Reproterol Hydrochloride
  276. Rosoxacin
  277. Salbutamol Sulphate
  278. Salicylazosulphapyridine
  279. Satranidazole
  280. Septopal Beads & Chains
  281. Serratio Peptidase
  282. Sisomicin Sulphate.
  283. Sodium Cromoglyate
  284. Sodium Hyaluronate Solution
  285. Sodium and Meglumie Iothalamates
  286. Sodium Valproate
  287. Sotalol
  288. Spectinomycin Hydrochloride
  289. Spironolactone
  290. Sucralfate
  291. Sulphadoxine
  292. Sulphamethoxine
  293. Sulphamethoxypyridazine
  294. Sulphaphenazole
  295. Sulprostone Injection
  296. Teratolol Hydrochloride
  297. Terbutaline Sulphate
  298. Terfenadine
  299. Terizione
  300. Testosterone Undecoanoate
  301. Tiaprofenic Acid
  302. Timolol Maleate
  303. Tinazoline
  304. Tinidazole
  305. Thiacetazone
  306. Thiopropazate, its salts
  307. Tobramycin
  308. Tranylcypromine, its salts
  309. Trazodone
  310. Tretinoin
  311. Trifluperazine
  312. Trifluperidol Hydrochloride
  313. Trimetazidine Dihydrochloride
  314. Trimipramine
  315. Tripotassium Dicitrate Bismuthate
  316. Urokinase
  317. Vasopressin
  318. Vibrania
  319. Vecuronium Bromide Injection
  320. Verapamil Hydrochloride
  321. Xipamide
  322. X-Pecia
  323. Zidovudine Cap

References[edit]

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