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PICO 150 ML 5MG/5ML

The Brand Name PICO Has Generic Salt :: Sod.Picosulphate 

PICO  Is From Company NICON Priced :: Rs. 71.1

PICO have Sod.Picosulphate is comes under Sub class #N/A of  Main Class #N/A

Main Medicine Class:: #N/A  Sub Medicine Class :: #N/A 

 Salt Name :  OR Generic Name Form Price : MRP /Probable Packing
Sod.Picosulphate  SYR  Rs. 71.1  150 ML
Brand Name Company / Manufacturers Strength Unit Price / 150 ML
 PICO  NICON  5MG/5ML  150 ML Rs. 71.1

Company  Brand Name  Salt Combination Main Medical Class Sub Medical Class
 From NICON :: PICO  Sod.Picosulphate  #N/A #N/A

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PANICON 10 40MG

The Brand Name PANICON Has Generic Salt :: Pantoprazole 

PANICON  Is From Company NICON Priced :: Rs. 78

PANICON have Pantoprazole is comes under Sub class GERD, of  Main Class Gastrointestinal System

Main Medicine Class:: Gastrointestinal System  Sub Medicine Class :: GERD, 

 Salt Name :  OR Generic Name Form Price : MRP /Probable Packing
Pantoprazole  TAB  Rs. 78  10
Brand Name Company / Manufacturers Strength Unit Price / 10
 PANICON  NICON  40MG  10 Rs. 78

Company  Brand Name  Salt Combination Main Medical Class Sub Medical Class
 From NICON :: PANICON  Pantoprazole  Gastrointestinal System GERD,

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PANICON-D 10 40,30;MG

The Brand Name PANICON-D Has Generic Salt :: Pantoprazole,Domperidone 

PANICON-D  Is From Company NICON Priced :: Rs. 75

PANICON-D have Pantoprazole,Domperidone is comes under Sub class GERD, of  Main Class Gastrointestinal System

Main Medicine Class:: Gastrointestinal System  Sub Medicine Class :: GERD, 

 Salt Name :  OR Generic Name Form Price : MRP /Probable Packing
Pantoprazole,Domperidone  TAB  Rs. 75  10
Brand Name Company / Manufacturers Strength Unit Price / 10
 PANICON-D  NICON  40,30;MG  10 Rs. 75

Company  Brand Name  Salt Combination Main Medical Class Sub Medical Class
 From NICON :: PANICON-D  Pantoprazole,Domperidone  Gastrointestinal System GERD,

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ESPRIT 10 100MG

The Brand Name ESPRIT Has Generic Salt :: Co-Enzyme 

ESPRIT  Is From Company NICON Priced :: Rs. 339

ESPRIT have Co-Enzyme is comes under Sub class #N/A of  Main Class #N/A

Main Medicine Class:: #N/A  Sub Medicine Class :: #N/A 

 Salt Name :  OR Generic Name Form Price : MRP /Probable Packing
Co-Enzyme  CAP  Rs. 339  10
Brand Name Company / Manufacturers Strength Unit Price / 10
 ESPRIT  NICON  100MG  10 Rs. 339

Company  Brand Name  Salt Combination Main Medical Class Sub Medical Class
 From NICON :: ESPRIT  Co-Enzyme  #N/A #N/A

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C-GRIN 30 ML 4MG/5ML

The Brand Name C-GRIN Has Generic Salt :: Ondansetron 

C-GRIN  Is From Company NICON Priced :: Rs. 32.9

C-GRIN have Ondansetron is comes under Sub class Anti Emetics of  Main Class Gastrointestinal System

Main Medicine Class:: Gastrointestinal System  Sub Medicine Class :: Anti Emetics 

 Salt Name :  OR Generic Name Form Price : MRP /Probable Packing
Ondansetron  SUS  Rs. 32.9  30 ML
Brand Name Company / Manufacturers Strength Unit Price / 30 ML
 C-GRIN  NICON  4MG/5ML  30 ML Rs. 32.9

Company  Brand Name  Salt Combination Main Medical Class Sub Medical Class
 From NICON :: C-GRIN  Ondansetron  Gastrointestinal System Anti Emetics

Indications for Drugs ::

Post-op nausea and vomiting, Nausea and vomiting associated w/ cancer chemotherapy

Drug Dose ::

1. Prevention of nausea-vomiting associated with chemotherapy 1 a. Adult Parenteral: 32 mg single dose infused over 15 minutes by diluting with 50 ml saline (5% dextrose or 0.9% NaCl) 30 minutes before starting chemotherapy. Alternative therapy: Three dose of 0.15 mg/kg body weight. The first dose is infused over 15 minutes beginning 30 minutes before the starting chemotherapy. Subsequent doses (0.15 mg/kg) are administered 4 and 8 hours after the first dose of administration. Oral: Highly emetogenic cancer chemotherapy: 24 mg (three 8 mg tablet/oral film) administered 30 minutes before start of emetogenic chemotherapy Moderate emetogenic cancer chemotherapy: 8 mg (one 8 mg tablet/oral film) administered 30 minutes before start of emetogenic chemotherapy. A further 8 mg dose should be administered after 8 hours of the first dose. One 8 mg tablet/oral film should be administered twice a day (every 12 hours) for 1-2 days after completion of chemotherapy. 1 b. Pediatric Parenteral (6 months onwards): Three dose of 0.15 mg/kg body weight. The first dose is infused over 15 minutes beginning 30 minutes before starting moderately to highly emetogenic chemotherapy. Subsequent doses (0.15 mg/kg) are administered 4 and 8 hours after the first dose of administration. Oral (4-11 years): 4 mg tablet/oral film should be taken 30 minutes before the start of chemotherapy. The other 2 doses should be taken 4 and 8 hours after the first dose. Then 4 mg tablet/oral film should be administered 3 times a day (every 8 hours) for 1-2 days after completion of chemotherapy. 2. Prevention of nausea-vomiting associated with radiotherapy Adults/ Geriatric/ Child of 12 years or over The recommended dose is 8 mg tablet/oral film 3 times a day. For total body irradiation: One 8 mg tablet/oral film should be administered 1 to 2 hours before each fraction of radiotherapy administered each day. For single high-dose fraction radiotherapy to the abdomen: One 8 mg tablet/oral film should be administered 1 to 2 hours before radiotherapy, with subsequent doses every 8 hours after the first dose for 1 to 2 days after completion of radiotherapy. For daily fractionated radiotherapy to the abdomen: One 8 mg tablet/oral film should be administered 1 to 2 hours before radiotherapy, with subsequent doses every 8 hours after the first dose for each day. 3. Prevention of post-operative nausea-vomiting 3 a. Adults/ Geriatric/ Child of 12 years or over Parenteral : Undiluted 4 mg intravenously or intramuscularly immediately before induction of anesthesia. The rate of administration should not be less than 30 seconds, preferably over 2 to 5 minutes. Alternatively, the dose can be administered post-operatively if the patient experiences nausea and/or vomiting shortly after surgery Oral: 16 mg (two 8 mg tablets/oral film) 1 hour before induction of anesthesia. 3 b. Pediatric (1 months to12 years) Parenteral : Weighing less than 40 kg: 0.1-mg/kg body weight in a Single dose . Weighing more than 40 kg: 4mg single dose The dose should be immediately before induction of anesthesia. The rate of administration should not be less than 30 seconds, preferably over 2 to 5 minutes. Alternatively, the dose can be administered post-operatively if the patient experiences nausea and/or vomiting shortly after surgery. 4. Nausea-vomiting in gastroenteritis 4 a. Adult: 8 mg three times daily. 4 b. Pediatric (1 month or over): 0.15 mg/kg body weight three times daily. 5. Nausea vomiting in pregnancy 8 mg (1 tablet) 2-3 times daily

Contraindication ::

Use with apomorphine (profound hypotension).

Drug Precautions ::

May cause QT prolongation; caution when used in cardiac diseases, patients who are on medications that can prolong QT or patients with electrolyte abnormalities. Severe hepatic impairment. May mask progressive ileus and/or gastric distension. Pregnancy, lactation.

Drug Side Effects ::

Headache, malaise/fatigue, constipation; drowsiness, fever, dizziness, anxiety, cold sensation; pruritus, rash; diarrhoea; gynaecological disorder, urinary retention; elevated transaminase; local inj site reaction (pain, redness, burning); paresthesia; hypoxia. Rarely: Anaphylaxis, angina, bronchospasm, ECG changes, extrapyramidal symptoms, grand mal seizure, hypokalaemia, tachycardia, vascular occlusive events.

Pregnancy category ::
Pregnancy category

2

Drug Mode of Action ::  

Ondansetron antagonises selective 5-HT3-receptor, blocking serotonin, both peripherally on vagal nerve terminals and centrally in the chemoreceptor trigger zone. This action of ondansetron gives it its antiemetic property to prevent emesis due to acute chemotherapy mediated by serotonin.

Drug Interactions ::

May reduce analgesic effect of tramadol. Rifampicin and other CYP3A4 inducers may reduce levels/effects of ondansetron. Concomitant use of QT-prolonging agents (e.g. antiarrhythmics) may cause additive prolongation of QT interval. May increase the risk of arrhythmias w/ cardiotoxic drugs (e.g. anthracyclines). Potentially Fatal: May increase the hypotensive effect of apomorphine.

 

Disclaimer ::

The Information available on this site is for only Informational Purpose , before any use of this information please consult your Doctor .Price of the drugs indicated above may not match to real price due to many possible reasons may , including local taxes etc.. These are only approximate indicative prices of the drug.

C-GRIN 10 4MG

The Brand Name C-GRIN Has Generic Salt :: Ondansetron 

C-GRIN  Is From Company NICON Priced :: Rs. 52

C-GRIN have Ondansetron is comes under Sub class Anti Emetics of  Main Class Gastrointestinal System

Main Medicine Class:: Gastrointestinal System  Sub Medicine Class :: Anti Emetics 

 Salt Name :  OR Generic Name Form Price : MRP /Probable Packing
Ondansetron  MD TAB  Rs. 52  10
Brand Name Company / Manufacturers Strength Unit Price / 10
 C-GRIN  NICON  4MG  10 Rs. 52

Company  Brand Name  Salt Combination Main Medical Class Sub Medical Class
 From NICON :: C-GRIN  Ondansetron  Gastrointestinal System Anti Emetics

Indications for Drugs ::

Post-op nausea and vomiting, Nausea and vomiting associated w/ cancer chemotherapy

Drug Dose ::

1. Prevention of nausea-vomiting associated with chemotherapy 1 a. Adult Parenteral: 32 mg single dose infused over 15 minutes by diluting with 50 ml saline (5% dextrose or 0.9% NaCl) 30 minutes before starting chemotherapy. Alternative therapy: Three dose of 0.15 mg/kg body weight. The first dose is infused over 15 minutes beginning 30 minutes before the starting chemotherapy. Subsequent doses (0.15 mg/kg) are administered 4 and 8 hours after the first dose of administration. Oral: Highly emetogenic cancer chemotherapy: 24 mg (three 8 mg tablet/oral film) administered 30 minutes before start of emetogenic chemotherapy Moderate emetogenic cancer chemotherapy: 8 mg (one 8 mg tablet/oral film) administered 30 minutes before start of emetogenic chemotherapy. A further 8 mg dose should be administered after 8 hours of the first dose. One 8 mg tablet/oral film should be administered twice a day (every 12 hours) for 1-2 days after completion of chemotherapy. 1 b. Pediatric Parenteral (6 months onwards): Three dose of 0.15 mg/kg body weight. The first dose is infused over 15 minutes beginning 30 minutes before starting moderately to highly emetogenic chemotherapy. Subsequent doses (0.15 mg/kg) are administered 4 and 8 hours after the first dose of administration. Oral (4-11 years): 4 mg tablet/oral film should be taken 30 minutes before the start of chemotherapy. The other 2 doses should be taken 4 and 8 hours after the first dose. Then 4 mg tablet/oral film should be administered 3 times a day (every 8 hours) for 1-2 days after completion of chemotherapy. 2. Prevention of nausea-vomiting associated with radiotherapy Adults/ Geriatric/ Child of 12 years or over The recommended dose is 8 mg tablet/oral film 3 times a day. For total body irradiation: One 8 mg tablet/oral film should be administered 1 to 2 hours before each fraction of radiotherapy administered each day. For single high-dose fraction radiotherapy to the abdomen: One 8 mg tablet/oral film should be administered 1 to 2 hours before radiotherapy, with subsequent doses every 8 hours after the first dose for 1 to 2 days after completion of radiotherapy. For daily fractionated radiotherapy to the abdomen: One 8 mg tablet/oral film should be administered 1 to 2 hours before radiotherapy, with subsequent doses every 8 hours after the first dose for each day. 3. Prevention of post-operative nausea-vomiting 3 a. Adults/ Geriatric/ Child of 12 years or over Parenteral : Undiluted 4 mg intravenously or intramuscularly immediately before induction of anesthesia. The rate of administration should not be less than 30 seconds, preferably over 2 to 5 minutes. Alternatively, the dose can be administered post-operatively if the patient experiences nausea and/or vomiting shortly after surgery Oral: 16 mg (two 8 mg tablets/oral film) 1 hour before induction of anesthesia. 3 b. Pediatric (1 months to12 years) Parenteral : Weighing less than 40 kg: 0.1-mg/kg body weight in a Single dose . Weighing more than 40 kg: 4mg single dose The dose should be immediately before induction of anesthesia. The rate of administration should not be less than 30 seconds, preferably over 2 to 5 minutes. Alternatively, the dose can be administered post-operatively if the patient experiences nausea and/or vomiting shortly after surgery. 4. Nausea-vomiting in gastroenteritis 4 a. Adult: 8 mg three times daily. 4 b. Pediatric (1 month or over): 0.15 mg/kg body weight three times daily. 5. Nausea vomiting in pregnancy 8 mg (1 tablet) 2-3 times daily

Contraindication ::

Use with apomorphine (profound hypotension).

Drug Precautions ::

May cause QT prolongation; caution when used in cardiac diseases, patients who are on medications that can prolong QT or patients with electrolyte abnormalities. Severe hepatic impairment. May mask progressive ileus and/or gastric distension. Pregnancy, lactation.

Drug Side Effects ::

Headache, malaise/fatigue, constipation; drowsiness, fever, dizziness, anxiety, cold sensation; pruritus, rash; diarrhoea; gynaecological disorder, urinary retention; elevated transaminase; local inj site reaction (pain, redness, burning); paresthesia; hypoxia. Rarely: Anaphylaxis, angina, bronchospasm, ECG changes, extrapyramidal symptoms, grand mal seizure, hypokalaemia, tachycardia, vascular occlusive events.

Pregnancy category ::
Pregnancy category

2

Drug Mode of Action ::  

Ondansetron antagonises selective 5-HT3-receptor, blocking serotonin, both peripherally on vagal nerve terminals and centrally in the chemoreceptor trigger zone. This action of ondansetron gives it its antiemetic property to prevent emesis due to acute chemotherapy mediated by serotonin.

Drug Interactions ::

May reduce analgesic effect of tramadol. Rifampicin and other CYP3A4 inducers may reduce levels/effects of ondansetron. Concomitant use of QT-prolonging agents (e.g. antiarrhythmics) may cause additive prolongation of QT interval. May increase the risk of arrhythmias w/ cardiotoxic drugs (e.g. anthracyclines). Potentially Fatal: May increase the hypotensive effect of apomorphine.

 

Disclaimer ::

The Information available on this site is for only Informational Purpose , before any use of this information please consult your Doctor .Price of the drugs indicated above may not match to real price due to many possible reasons may , including local taxes etc.. These are only approximate indicative prices of the drug.