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List of Banned Drugs and Medicine in India

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LIST OF BANNED DRUGS AS PER CENTRAL DRUG STANDARD CONTROL ORGANIZATION, Government of India - 31/03/2011A. Single drug preparations (or combinations of)B. Fixed dose combination with any other drugC. Fixed dose drug combinations of

LIST OF BANNED DRUGS AS PER CENTRAL DRUG STANDARD CONTROL ORGANIZATION, Government of India - 31/03/2011

Drug Banned in India


A. Single drug preparations (or combinations of)

1.   Amidopyrine
2.   Phenacetin
3.   Nialamide
4.   Methaqualone
5.   Methapyriline (and its salts)
6.   Practolol
7.   Penicillin skin/eye ointment
8.   Tetracycline/Oxytetracyline/Demeclocycline liquid oral preparations.
9.   Chloral hydrate
10. Dover's powder and Dover's powder tablets I.P.
11. Chloroform exceeding 0.5% w/w or v/v in pharmaceutical preparations.
12. Mepacrine HCl (Quinacrine and its salts) in any dosage form for use for female sterilization or
      contraception.
13. Fenfluramine
14. Dexfenfluramine
15. Terfenadine
16. Astemizole
17. Phenformin
18. Rofecoxib
19. Valdecoxib
20. Rosiglitazone
21. Nimesulide Formulatios In Children Below The Age Of 12 years
22. Cisapride
23. Rimonabant
24. Phenyl Propanolamine
25. Human Placenta Extract in topical application for wound healing and injection for pelvic inflammatory diseases.
26. Sibutramine
27. R-Sibutramine
28. Gatifloxacin
29. Tegaserod


B. Fixed dose combination with any other drug

1.   Corticosteroids with any other drug for internal use.
2.   Chloramphenicol with any other drug for internal use.
3.   Sodium bromide/chloral hydrate with other drugs.
4.   Ergot with any drug except preparations containing ergotamine, caffeine, analgesics, antihistamines
      for treatment of migraine.
5.   Anabolic steroids with other drugs.
6.   Metoclopramide with other drugs (except with aspirin/paracetamol).
7.   Pectin and/or kaolin with any drug which is systematically absorbed from g.i. tract, except for
      combination of pectin and/or kaolin with drugs not systematically absorbed.
8.   Hydroxyquinolines with any other drug except in preparations for external use.
9.   Oxyphenbutazone or phenylbutazone with any other drug.
10. Dextropropoxyphene with any other drug except antispasmodics and/or NSAIDs.
11. Analgin (metamizol) with any other drug.


C. Fixed dose drug combinations of

1.   Penicillins with Sulfonamides.
2.   Tetracyclines with Vitamin C
3.   Antitubercular drugs with Vitamins (except Isoniazid with Pyridoxine HCl).
4.   Vitamins with Analgesics/Antiinflammatory drugs.
5.   Vitamins with Tranquillisers.
6.   Atropine and Analgesic-antipyretics.
7.   Yohimbine and Strychnine with Testosterone and Vitamins.
8.   Strychnine and Caffeine in tonics.
9.   Iron with Strychnine, Arsenic and Yohimbine.
10. Antihistaminics with Antidiarrhoeals.
11. More than one Antihistamine in the same preparation.
12. Sedatives/Hypnotics/Anxiolytics with Analgesic-antipyretics.
13. H2 receptor antagonists with Antacids (except those combinations approved by Drugs Controller,
      India).
14. Anthelmintics (except Piperazine) with a Cathartic/Purgative.
15. Salbutamol (or any other bronchodilator) with centrally acting Antitussive and/or an Antihistamine.
16. Centrally acting Antitussives with Antihistamines having atropine like activity in expectorants.
17. Centrally acting Antitussive and/or Antihistamine in preparations for cough associated with asthma.
18. Laxative and/or antispasmodic drugs in enzyme preparations.
19. Glycerophosphates and/or other phosphates and/or CNS stimulant in liquid oral tonics.
20. Estrogen and Progestin (other than oral contraceptives) containing per tablet Estrogen more than 50
      ug ethinylestradiol (or equivalent) and progestin more than 3 mg of norethisterone acetate (or
      equivalent) and, all fixed dose combination injectable preparations containing synthetic estrogen
      and progesterone.
21. Ethambutol with Isoniazid, except in the following daily doses:
Isoniazid 200 mg + Ethambutol 600 mg or
Isoniaizd 300 mg + Ethambutol 800 mg
22. Pyrazinamide with other antitubercular drugs, except that which provide the following daily doses.
Rifampicin                    450 to 600 mg
Isoniazid                      300 to 400 mg
Pyrazinamide               1000 to 1500 mg
23. Essential oils with Alcohol having percentage higher than 20% proof (except preparations given
      in the I.P.).
24. Liquid oral tonic preparations containing alcohol more than 20% proof.
25. Streptomycin with penicillin in parenteral preparation.
26. Antidiarrhoeals containing adsorbants like kaolin, pectin, attapulgite, activated charcoal etc.
27. Antidiarrhoeals containing phthalylsulfathiazole, succinyl sulfathiazole, sulfaguanidine, neomycin,
      streptomycin, dihydrostreptomycin.
28. Antidiarrhoeal formulations for pediatric use containing diphenoxylate, loperamide, atropine,
      hyoscyamine, halogenated hydroxyquionolines.
29. Antidiarrhoeals with electrolytes.
30. Fixed dose combinations of haemoglobin in any form.
31. Pancreatine or pancrelipase containing amylase, protease and lipase with any other enzyme.
32. Oral rehydration salts other than those conforming to the following parameters:

a) Oral rehydration salts on reconstitution to one litre shall contain: sodium-50 to 90 mM; total
    osmolarity-240 to 290 mOsm; dextrose: sodium molar ratio-not less than 1:1 and not more than
    3:1.
b) Cereal based ORS on reconstitution to one litre shall contain: total osmolarity not more than
    2900 mOsm. Precooked rice equivalent to not less than 50 g and not more than 80 g as total
    replacement of dextrose.
c) ORS may contain amino acids in addition to ORS conforming to the parameters specified
    above and labeled with the indication for "Adult Choleratic Diarrhoea" only.
d) ORS shall not contain mono or polysaccharides or saccharin sweetening agent.

33. A drug, standards of which are prescribed in the 2nd schedule to Drugs and Cosmetics Act with an
      Ayurvedic Siddha or Unani drug.
34. Vitamin B1, Vit B6 and Vit B12 for human use.
35. Diazepam with diphenhydramine HCl.
36. Nitrofurantoin with Trimethoprim.
37. Phenobarbitone with any antiasthmatic drug, or with hyoscine and/or Hyoscyamine, or ergotamine
      and/or belladonna.
38. Haloperidol with any anticholinergic agent including propantheline Br.
39. Nalidixic acid with any antiamoebic including metronidazole.
40. Loperamide with furazolidone.
41. Cyproheptadine with lysine or peptone.
42. Diazepam and Diphenhyhydramine Hydrochloride.
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Anjan  |  27-Aug-2012 17:06:50 IST
nice collection but Gatifloxacin oral preparations are banned but ophthalmic preparations are still in use
KOUSHIK ACHARYA  |  17-Oct-2012 13:21:29 IST
very use full
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