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  1. Abacavir General information
    Section
    Antiretrovirals > Nucleoside/Nucleotide reverse transcriptase inhibitors
    • Oral > Solid: 300 mg tablet (as sulfate)
  2. Abacavir + lamivudine General information
    Section
    Fixed-dose combinations of antiretrovirals
    • Oral > Solid: 120 mg (as sulfate) + 60 mg tablet (dispersible, scored)
  3. Abiraterone General information
    Section
    Hormones and antihormones
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg; 500 mg
  4. Acetazolamide General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Miotics and antiglaucoma medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg
  5. Acetic acid General information
    Section
    Ear, nose and throat medicines [c]
    • Local > Otological > drops: 2% in alcohol
  6. Acetylcysteine General information
    Section
    Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings > Specific
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 200 mg per mL in 10 mL ampoule
    • Oral > Liquid: 10%; 20%
  7. Acetylsalicylic acid General information
    Section
    Antimigraine medicines > For treatment of acute attack
    • Oral > Solid: 300 to 500 mg
    Indications
    Section
    Anti-platelet medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg
    Section
    Juvenile joint diseases
    • Oral > Solid: 100 to 500 mg
    • Local > Rectal > Suppository: 50 to 150 mg
    Section
    Non-opioids and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines (NSAIMs)
    • Oral > Solid: 100 to 500 mg
    • Local > Rectal > Suppository: 50 to 150 mg
    Indications
  8. Aciclovir General information
    Section
    Antiherpes medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 250 mg in vial powder for injection (as sodium salt)
    • Oral > Liquid: 200 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 200 mg tablet
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Ointment: 3% w/w
  9. Aclidinium General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Indications
  10. Activated charcoal General information
    Section
    Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings > Non-specific
    • Oral > Other: powder
  11. Adalimumab General information
    Section
    Immunomodulators for non-malignant disease
    • Parenteral > General injections > SC: 40 mg per 0.8 mL; 40 mg per 0.4 mL
  12. Afatinib General information
    Section
    Targeted therapies
  13. Albendazole General information
    Section
    Antifilarials
    • Oral > Solid: 400 mg tablet (chewable)
    Indications
    Section
    Intestinal anthelminthics
    • Oral > Solid: 400 mg tablet (chewable)
    Section
    Cysticidal medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 400 mg tablet (chewable)
  14. Alcohol based hand rub General information
    Section
    Disinfectants
    • Local > Topical > Solution: 80% v/v ethanol; 75% v/v isopropyl alcohol
  15. All-trans retinoic acid General information
    Section
    Targeted therapies
    • Oral > Solid: 10 mg capsule
  16. Allopurinol General information
    Section
    Medicines used to treat gout
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg
    Indications
    Section
    Supportive medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg; 300 mg
  17. Alteplase General information
    Section
    Thrombolytic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 10 mg in vial powder for injection; 20 mg in vial powder for injection; 50 mg in vial powder for injection
  18. Amidotrizoate General information
    Section
    Diagnostic agents > Radiocontrast media
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 140 to 420 mg iodine per mL in 20 mL ampoule (as sodium or meglumine salt)
    Indications
  19. Amikacin General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 250 mg per mL in 2 mL vial (as sulfate)
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to gentamicin for Infectious blepharitis
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 100 mg per 2 mL in 2 mL vial (as sulfate); 250 mg per mL in 2 mL vial (as sulfate)
  20. Amiloride General information
    Section
    Diuretics
    • Oral > Solid: 5 mg (hydrochloride)
  21. Amiodarone General information
    Section
    Antiarrhythmic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 50 mg per mL in 3 ampoule (hydrochloride)
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg (hydrochloride); 200 mg (hydrochloride); 400 mg (hydrochloride)
  22. Amitriptyline General information
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg; 10 mg; 75 mg
    Indications
    Section
    Medicines used in depressive disorders
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg; 75 mg
  23. Amlodipine General information
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 5 mg (as maleate, mesylate or besylate)
  24. Amodiaquine General information
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For curative treatment
    • Oral > Solid: 153 mg (as hydrochloride); 200 mg (as hydrochloride)
  25. Amodiaquine + sulfadoxine + pyrimethamine General information
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For chemoprevention
    • Oral > Solid: 76.5 mg (as hydrochloride) [3] + 250 mg + 12.5 mg [1] dispersible tablets in co-package; 153 mg (as hydrochloride) [3] + 500 mg + 25 mg [1] dispersible tablets in co-package
    Indications
  26. Amoxicillin General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Oral > Liquid: 125 mg per 5 mL (as trihydrate) powder for oral liquid; 250 mg per 5 mL (as trihydrate) powder for oral liquid
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg (as trihydrate); 500 mg (as trihydrate)
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 250 mg in vial (as sodium) powder for injection; 500 mg in vial (as sodium) powder for injection; 1 g in vial (as sodium) powder for injection
  27. Amoxicillin + clavulanic acid General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 500 mg (as sodium salt) + 100 mg (as potassium salt) powder for injection; 1000 mg (as sodium salt) + 200 mg (as potassium salt) powder for injection
    • Oral > Solid: 500 mg (as trihydrate) + 125 mg (as potassium salt)
    • Oral > Liquid: 125 mg + 31.25 mg powder for oral liquid; 250 mg + 62.5 mg powder for oral liquid
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 250 mg + 62.5 mg powder for oral liquid
    • Oral > Solid: 500 mg (as trihydrate) + 125 mg (as potassium salt)
  28. Amphotericin b General information
    Section
    Antifungal medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 50 mg powder for injection in vial (as deoxycholate or liposomal complex)
    Section
    Antileishmaniasis medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 50 mg powder for injection in vial (as deoxycholate or liposomal complex)
  29. Ampicillin General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 500 mg in vial (as sodium salt) powder for injection; 1 g in vial (as sodium salt) powder for injection
  30. Anastrozole General information
    Section
    Hormones and antihormones
    • Oral > Solid: 1 mg tablet
  31. Anti-d immunoglobulin General information
    Section
    Human immunoglobulins
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 250 µg in single-dose vial
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 250 µg in single-dose vial
  32. Anti-rabies immunoglobulin General information
    Section
    Human immunoglobulins
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 150 IU per mL in vial
    • Parenteral > Locoregional injections > Other: 150 IU per mL in vial
    Indications
  33. Anti-rabies virus monoclonal antibodies General information
    Section
    Immunologicals > Sera, immunoglobulins and monoclonal antibodies
    • Parenteral > Locoregional injections > Intradermal: 40 IU per mL in 1.25 mL vial (human); 40 IU per mL in 2.5 mL vial (human); 100 IU per mL in 2.5 mL vial (human); 300 IU per mL in 10 mL vial (murine); 600 IU per mL in 1 mL vial (murine); 600 IU per mL in 2.5 mL vial (murine); 600 IU per mL in 5 mL vial (murine)
    Indications
  34. Anti-tetanus immunoglobulin General information
    Section
    Human immunoglobulins
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 500 IU in vial
    Indications
  35. Antivenom immunoglobulin General information
    Section
    Immunologicals > Sera, immunoglobulins and monoclonal antibodies
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV:
  36. Apixaban General information
    Section
    Medicines affecting coagulation
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to dabigatran for Other specified atrial fibrillation Therapeutic equivalent to dabigatran for Venous thromboembolism
  37. Aprepitant General information
    Section
    Antiemetic medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 125 mg powder for oral suspension (in sachet)
    • Oral > Solid: 80 mg; 125 mg; 165 mg
  38. Arsenic trioxide General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 1 mg per mL concentrate for solution for infusion
  39. Artemether General information
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For curative treatment
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 80 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule (oily injection)
  40. Artemether + lumefantrine General information
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For curative treatment
    • Oral > Solid: 20 mg + 120 mg tablet; 20 mg + 120 mg dispersible tablet
  41. Artesunate General information
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For curative treatment
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 60 mg in ampoule containing anhydrous artesunic acid with a separate ampoule of 5% sodium bicarbonate solution
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg tablet
    • Local > Rectal > Other: 50 mg capsules; 200 mg capsules; 100 mg capsules
  42. Artesunate + amodiaquine General information
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For curative treatment
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg + 67.5 mg tablet; 50 mg + 135 mg tablet; 100 mg + 270 mg tablet
  43. Artesunate + mefloquine General information
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For curative treatment
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg + 55 mg tablet; 100 mg + 220 mg tablet
  44. Artesunate + pyronaridine tetraphosphate General information
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For curative treatment
    • Oral > Solid: 60 mg + 180 mg tablet; 20 mg + 60 mg granules
  45. Ascorbic acid General information
    Section
    Vitamins and minerals
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg
    Indications
  46. Asparaginase General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 10000 IU in vial powder for injection
  47. Atazanavir + ritonavir General information
    Section
    Antiretrovirals > Protease inhibitors
    • Oral > Solid: 300 mg (as sulfate) + 100 mg tablet (heat stable)
  48. Atenolol General information
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to bisoprolol for Essential hypertension
  49. Atorvastatin General information
    Section
    Lipid-lowering agents
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to simvastatin for Mixed hyperlipidaemia Therapeutic equivalent to simvastatin for Coronary atherosclerosis
  50. Atracurium General information
    Section
    Muscle relaxants (peripherally-acting) and cholinesterase inhibitors
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 10 mg per mL (besylate)
    Indications
  51. Atropine General information
    Section
    Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings > Specific
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 1 mg in 1 mL ampoule (atropine sulfate)
    Section
    Preoperative medication and sedation for short-term procedures
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 1 mg in 1 mL ampoule (atropine sulfate)
    Section
    Diagnostic agents > Ophthalmic medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to tropicamide for Cycloplegic drug
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Mydriatics
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 0.1% (sulfate); 0.5% (sulfate); 1% (sulfate)
    Indications
  52. Azathioprine General information
    Section
    Disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs (DMARDs)
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg
    Section
    Immunomodulators for non-malignant disease
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 100 mg in vial powder for injection (as sodium salt)
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg
  53. Azithromycin General information
    Section
    Watch group antibiotics
    • Oral > Liquid: 200 mg per 5 mL oral liquid
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg (anhydrous) capsule; 500 mg (anhydrous) capsule
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 1.5% eye drops
    Indications
  54. Barium sulfate General information
    Section
    Diagnostic agents > Radiocontrast media
    • Oral > Liquid: Aqueous suspension
  55. Bcg vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for all immunization programmes
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  56. Beclometasone General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to budesonide for Asthma
  57. Beclometasone + formoterol General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to budesonide + formoterol for Asthma
  58. Bedaquiline General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg tablet; 20 mg tablet
  59. Bendamustine General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 45 mg per 0.5 mL; 180 mg per 2 mL
  60. Benzathine benzylpenicillin General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 900 mg in vial benzylpenicillin powder for injection (= 1.2 million IU); 1.44 g in vial benzylpenicillin powder for injection (= 2.4 million IU)
  61. Benznidazole General information
    Section
    American trypanosomiasis
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg tablet; 50 mg tablet (scored); 12.5 mg tablet
    Indications
  62. Benzoyl peroxide General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Medicines affecting skin differentiation and proliferation
    • Local > Topical > Cream: 5%
    • Local > Topical > Lotion: 5%
    Indications
  63. Benzyl benzoate General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Scabicides and pediculicides
    • Local > Topical > Lotion: 25%
  64. Benzylpenicillin General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 600 mg in vial powder for injection (=1 million IU as sodium or potassium salt); 3 g in vial powder for injection (=5 million IU as sodium or potassium salt)
  65. Betamethasone General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Anti-inflammatory and antipruritic medicines
    • Local > Topical > Cream: 0.1% (as valerate)
    • Local > Topical > Ointment: 0.1% (as valerate)
  66. Bevacizumab General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) preparations
    • Parenteral > Locoregional injections > Intravitreal: 25 mg per mL
  67. Bicalutamide General information
    Section
    Hormones and antihormones
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg
  68. Biperiden General information
    Section
    Antiparkinsonism medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 5 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule (lactate)
    • Oral > Solid: 2 mg tablet (hydrochloride)
  69. Bisacodyl General information
    Section
    Laxatives
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to senna for Constipation
  70. Bisoprolol General information
    Section
    Antianginal medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 1.25 mg; 5 mg
    Indications
    Section
    Medicines used in heart failure
    • Oral > Solid: 1.25 mg; 5 mg
    Indications
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 1.25 mg; 5 mg
    Section
    Antiarrhythmic medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 1.25 mg; 5 mg
  71. Bleomycin General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 15 mg in vial (as sulfate)
  72. Bortezomib General information
    Section
    Targeted therapies
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 3.5 mg in vial powder for injection
  73. Budesonide General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    • Respiratory > Inhalation > aerosol: 100 µg per dose; 200 µg per dose
    Indications
    Section
    Ear, nose and throat medicines [c]
    • Local > Nasal > Spray: 100 µg per dose
  74. Budesonide + formoterol General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    • Respiratory > Inhalation > dry powder: 100 µg + 6 µg per dose; 200 µg + 6 µg per dose
    Indications
  75. Budesonide + salmeterol General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to budesonide + formoterol for Asthma
  76. Bumetanide General information
    Section
    Medicines used in heart failure
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to furosemide for Heart failure
    Section
    Diuretics
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to furosemide for Oedema Therapeutic equivalent to furosemide for Anuria or oliguria
  77. Bupivacaine General information
    Section
    Local anaesthetics
    • Parenteral > Locoregional injections > Spinal anaesthesia: 0.5% in 4 mL ampoule (hydrochloride) + 7.5% glucose solution
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 0.25% in vial (hydrochloride); 0.5% in vial (hydrochloride)
  78. Buprenorphine General information
    Section
    Medicines for disorders due to psychoactive substance use
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to methadone for Opioid dependence
  79. Bupropion General information
    Section
    Medicines for disorders due to psychoactive substance use
    • Oral > Solid: 150 mg sustained-release (hydrochloride)
  80. Caffeine citrate General information
    Section
    Medicines administered to the neonate [c]
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 20 mg per mL (equivalent to 10 mg caffeine base per mL)
    • Oral > Liquid: 20 mg per mL (equivalent to 10 mg caffeine base per mL)
  81. Calamine General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Anti-inflammatory and antipruritic medicines
    • Local > Topical > Lotion:
    Indications
  82. Calcipotriol General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Medicines affecting skin differentiation and proliferation
    • Local > Topical > Cream: 50 µg per g (0.005%)
    • Local > Topical > Lotion: 50 µg per mL (0.005%)
    • Local > Topical > Ointment: 50 µg per g (0.005%)
  83. Calcium General information
    Section
    Vitamins and minerals
    • Oral > Solid: 500 mg (elemental calcium)
  84. Calcium gluconate General information
    Section
    Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings > Specific
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 100 mg per mL in 10 mL ampoule
    Indications
    Section
    Vitamins and minerals
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 100 mg per mL in 10 mL ampoule
  85. Carbachol General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Miotics and antiglaucoma medicines
    Indications
  86. Carbamazepine General information
    Section
    Anticonvulsants/antiepileptics
    • Oral > Liquid: 100 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 200 mg (scored); 100 mg (scored); 100 mg (chewable); 200 mg (chewable)
    Section
    Medicines used in bipolar disorders
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg scored; 200 mg scored
  87. Carbetocin General information
    Section
    Uterotonics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 100 µg per mL (heat stable)
  88. Carbimazole General information
    Section
    Thyroid hormones and antithyroid medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to methimazole for Thyrotoxicosis
  89. Carvedilol General information
    Section
    Antianginal medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to bisoprolol for Angina pectoris
    Section
    Medicines used in heart failure
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to bisoprolol for Heart failure
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to bisoprolol for Essential hypertension
    Section
    Antiarrhythmic medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to bisoprolol for Cardiac arrhythmia
  90. Cefalexin General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Oral > Liquid: 125 mg per 5 mL (anhydrous) powder for oral liquid; 250 mg per 5 mL (anhydrous) powder for oral liquid
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg (as monohydrate); 500 mg (as monohydrate)
  91. Cefazolin General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 1 g in vial (as sodium salt) powder for injection
  92. Cefiderocol General information
    Section
    Reserve group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 1 g in vial (as sulfate toxylate) powder for injection
  93. Cefixime General information
    Section
    Watch group antibiotics
    • Oral > Liquid: 100 mg per 5 mL powder for oral liquid
    • Oral > Solid: 200 mg (as trihydrate); 400 mg (as trihydrate)
  94. Cefotaxime General information
  95. Ceftazidime General information
    Section
    Watch group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 250 mg in vial (as pentahydrate) powder for injection; 1 g in vial (as pentahydrate) powder for injection
    Indications
    First choice
    co-prescribed with vancomycin Endophthalmitis
    Other indications
  96. Ceftazidime + avibactam General information
    Section
    Reserve group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 2 g in vial + 0.5 g in vial powder for injection
  97. Ceftriaxone General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 250 mg in vial powder for injection (as sodium salt); 1 g in vial powder for injection (as sodium salt); 2 g in vial powder for injection (as sodium salt)
    Indications
    First choice
    co-prescribed with metronidazole Necrotising fasciitis
  98. Cefuroxime General information
    Section
    Watch group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 250 mg in vial (as sodium salt) powder for injection; 750 mg in vial (as sodium salt) powder for injection; 1.5 g in vial (as sodium salt) powder for injection
    Indications
  99. Certolizumab pegol General information
    Section
    Immunomodulators for non-malignant disease
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to adalimumab for Axial spondyloarthritis Therapeutic equivalent to adalimumab for Crohn disease site Therapeutic equivalent to adalimumab for Juvenile idiopathic arthritis Therapeutic equivalent to adalimumab for Rheumatoid arthritis
  100. Cetirizine General information
    Section
    Antiallergics and medicines used in anaphylaxis
  101. Chlorambucil General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 2 mg tablet
  102. Chloramphenicol General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 1 g in vial powder for injection (sodium succinate)
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 500 mg in 2 mL ampoule oily suspension for injection
    • Oral > Liquid: 150 mg per 5 mL (as palmitate)
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg capsule
    Indications
  103. Chlorhexidine General information
    Section
    Medicines administered to the neonate [c]
    • Local > Topical > Solution: 7.1% chlorhexidine digluconate (delivering 4% chlorhexidine)
    • Local > Topical > Gel: 7.1% chlorhexidine digluconate (delivering 4% chlorhexidine)
    Section
    Antiseptics
    • Local > Topical > Solution: 5% (digluconate) for dilution
    Indications
  104. Chlorine base compound General information
    Section
    Disinfectants
    • Local > Topical > Powder: 0.1% available chlorine for solution
    • Local > Topical > Liquid: 0.1% available chlorine for solution
    • Local > Topical > Solid: 0.1% available chlorine for solution
  105. Chloroquine General information
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For curative treatment
    • Oral > Liquid: 50 mg per 5 mL syrup (as phosphate or sulfate)
    • Oral > Solid: 150 mg tablet (as phosphate or sulfate); 100 mg tablet (as phosphate or sulfate)
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For chemoprevention
    • Oral > Liquid: 50 mg per 5 mL syrup (as phosphate or sulfate)
    • Oral > Solid: 150 mg tablet (as phosphate or sulfate)
    Section
    Disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs (DMARDs)
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg tablet (as phosphate or sulfate); 150 mg tablet (as phosphate or sulfate)
  106. Chlorothiazide General information
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    Indications
    Section
    Medicines used in heart failure
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to hydrochlorothiazide for Heart failure
  107. Chloroxylenol General information
    Section
    Disinfectants
    • Local > Topical > Solution: 4.8%
  108. Chlorpromazine General information
    Section
    Medicines used in psychotic disorders
    • Oral > Liquid: 25 mg per 5 mL (hydrochloride)
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg (hydrochloride); 10 mg (hydrochloride); 25 mg (hydrochloride); 50 mg (hydrochloride)
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 25 mg per mL in 2 mL ampoule (hydrochloride)
  109. Chlortalidone General information
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    Indications
    Section
    Medicines used in heart failure
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to hydrochlorothiazide for Heart failure
  110. Chlortetracycline General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to tetracycline for Infectious blepharitis Therapeutic equivalent to tetracycline for Trachoma Therapeutic equivalent to tetracycline for Other specified conjunctivitis Therapeutic equivalent to tetracycline for Infectious keratitis
  111. Cholera vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for some high-risk populations
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  112. Ciclesonide General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to budesonide for Asthma
  113. Ciclosporin General information
    Section
    Immunomodulators for non-malignant disease
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 50 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule concentrate for injection
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg
  114. Ciprofloxacin General information
    Section
    Watch group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 2 mg per mL (as hyclate)
    • Oral > Liquid: 250 mg per 5 mL (anhydrous)
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg (as hydrochloride)
    Section
    Ear, nose and throat medicines [c]
    • Local > Otological > drops: 0.3% (as hydrochloride)
  115. Citalopram General information
    Section
    Medicines used in depressive disorders
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to fluoxetine for Depressive disorders
  116. Clarithromycin General information
    Section
    Watch group antibiotics
    • Oral > Solid: 500 mg
    • Oral > Liquid: 125 mg per 5 mL powder for oral liquid; 250 mg per 5 mL powder for oral liquid
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 500 mg in vial powder for injection
  117. Clindamycin General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 150 mg per mL (as phosphate); 600 mg per 4 mL (as phosphate); 900 mg per 6 mL (as phosphate)
    • Oral > Liquid: 75 mg per 5 mL (as palmitate hydrochloride)
    • Oral > Solid: 150 mg (as hydrochloride)
    • Oral > Solid: 150 mg (as hydrochloride) capsule
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 150 mg per mL (as phosphate) injection
  118. Clofazimine General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg; 50 mg
    Section
    Antileprosy medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg; 50 mg
    Indications
  119. Clomifene General information
    Section
    Ovulation inducers
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg (citrate)
  120. Clomipramine General information
    Section
    Medicines used for obsessive compulsive disorders
    • Oral > Solid: 10 mg (hydrochloride); 25 mg (hydrochloride)
  121. Clopidogrel General information
    Section
    Anti-platelet medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 75 mg; 300 mg
  122. Clotrimazole General information
    Section
    Antifungal medicines
    • Local > Topical > Other: 1% vaginal cream; 10% vaginal cream; 100 mg vaginal tablet; 500 mg vaginal tablet
  123. Cloxacillin General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Oral > Liquid: 125 mg per 5 mL (as sodium salt) powder for oral liquid
    • Oral > Solid: 500 mg (as sodium salt) capsule; 1 g (as sodium salt) capsule
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 500 mg in vial (as sodium salt) powder for injection
  124. Clozapine General information
    Section
    Medicines used in psychotic disorders
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg; 50 mg; 100 mg; 200 mg
  125. Coagulation factor IX complex General information
    Section
    Blood coagulation factors
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 500 IU in vial powder for injection; 1000 IU in vial powder for injection
  126. Coagulation factor VIII General information
    Section
    Blood coagulation factors
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 500 IU in vial powder for injection
    Indications
  127. Coal tar General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Medicines affecting skin differentiation and proliferation
    • Local > Topical > Solution: 5%
  128. Codeine General information
    Section
    Opioid analgesics
    • Oral > Solid: 30 mg tablet (codeine phosphate)
    Indications
  129. Colecalciferol General information
    Section
    Vitamins and minerals
    • Oral > Liquid: 400 IU per mL
    • Oral > Solid: 400 IU; 1000 IU
  130. Colistin (injection) General information
    Section
    Reserve group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 1 million IU in vial (as colistemethate sodium)
  131. Compound sodium lactate solution General information
    Section
    Solutions correcting water, electrolyte and acid-base disturbances > Parenteral
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: injectable solution
  132. Copper-containing intrauterine device General information
  133. Cyclizine General information
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg tablet
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 50 mg per mL
    Indications
  134. Cyclopentolate General information
    Section
    Diagnostic agents > Ophthalmic medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to tropicamide for Cycloplegic drug
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Mydriatics
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to atropine for Anterior uveitis
  135. Cycloserine General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg; 125 mg
  136. Cytarabine General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 100 mg in vial powder for injection
  137. Dabigatran General information
    Section
    Medicines affecting coagulation
    • Oral > Solid: 110 mg; 150 mg
  138. Dacarbazine General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 100 mg in vial powder for injection
    Indications
  139. Daclatasvir General information
    Section
    Medicines for hepatitis C > Pangenotypic direct-acting antiviral combinations
    • Oral > Solid: 30 mg tablet (as hydrochloride); 60 mg tablet (as hydrochloride)
  140. Daclatasvir + sofosbuvir General information
    Section
    Medicines for hepatitis C > Pangenotypic direct-acting antiviral combinations
    • Oral > Solid: 60 mg + 400 mg
  141. Dactinomycin General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 500 µg in vial powder for injection
  142. Dalteparin General information
    Section
    Medicines affecting coagulation
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to enoxaparin for Acute ischaemic heart disease Therapeutic equivalent to enoxaparin for Venous thromboembolism
  143. Dapsone General information
    Section
    Antileprosy medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg tablet; 50 mg tablet; 25 mg tablet
    Indications
  144. Darbepoetin alfa General information
    Section
    Antianaemia medicines
  145. Darunavir General information
    Section
    Antiretrovirals > Protease inhibitors
    • Oral > Solid: 75 mg; 400 mg; 600 mg; 800 mg
  146. Dasabuvir General information
    Section
    Medicines for hepatitis C > Non-pangenotypic direct-acting antiviral combinations
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg tablet
  147. Dasatinib General information
    Section
    Targeted therapies
    • Oral > Solid: 20 mg tablet; 50 mg tablet; 70 mg tablet; 80 mg tablet; 100 mg tablet; 140 mg tablet
  148. Daunorubicin General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 50 mg in vial (hydrochloride) powder for injection
  149. Deferasirox General information
    Section
    Other medicines for haemoglobinopathies
  150. Deferoxamine General information
    Section
    Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings > Specific
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 500 mg in vial powder for injection (mesilate)
    Section
    Other medicines for haemoglobinopathies
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 500 mg in vial powder for injection (mesilate)
  151. Delamanid General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg tablet; 25 mg tablet (dispersible)
  152. Dengue vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for some high-risk populations
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  153. Desmopressin General information
    Section
    Medicines affecting coagulation
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 4 µg per mL in 1 mL ampoule (acetate)
    • Local > Nasal > Spray: 10 µg per dose (acetate)
  154. Dexamethasone General information
    Section
    Other medicines administered to the mother
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 4 mg per mL (dexamethasone phosphate (as sodium))
    Section
    Hormones and antihormones
    • Oral > Solid: 4 mg
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 4 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule (as disodium phosophate salt)
    • Oral > Liquid: 2 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 2 mg; 4 mg
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    • Oral > Liquid: 2 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 2 mg; 4 mg
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 4 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule (as disodium phosphate salt)
    Indications
    Section
    Antiallergics and medicines used in anaphylaxis
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 4 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule (as disodium phosphate salt)
    Section
    Antiemetic medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 0.5 mg per 5 mL; 2 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 0.5 mg; 0.75 mg; 1.5 mg; 4 mg
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 4 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule (as disodium phosphate salt)
  155. Dextran 70 General information
    Section
    Plasma substitutes
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 6% injectable solution
    Indications
  156. Diazepam General information
    Section
    Anticonvulsants/antiepileptics
    • Local > Rectal > Gel: 5 mg per mL in 0.5 mL tubes; 5 mg per mL in 2 mL tubes; 5 mg per mL in 4 mL tubes
    • Local > Rectal > Solution: 5 mg per mL in 0.5 mL tubes; 5 mg per mL in 2 mL tubes; 5 mg per mL in 4 mL tubes
    Indications
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    • Oral > Liquid: 2 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 5 mg; 10 mg
    • Local > Rectal > Solution: 2.5 mg; 5 mg; 10 mg
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 5 mg per mL
    Indications
    Section
    Medicines for anxiety disorders
    • Oral > Solid: 5 mg (scored); 2 mg (scored)
    Indications
  157. Diazoxide General information
    Section
    Medicines for hypoglycaemia
    • Oral > Liquid: 50 mg per mL
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg
  158. Diethylcarbamazine General information
    Section
    Antifilarials
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg tablet (dihydrogen citrate); 100 mg tablet (dihydrogen citrate)
  159. Digoxin General information
    Section
    Antiarrhythmic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 250 µg per mL in 2 mL ampoule
    • Oral > Liquid: 50 µg per mL
    • Oral > Solid: 62.5 µg; 250 µg
    Section
    Medicines used in heart failure
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 250 µg per mL in 2 mL ampoule
    • Oral > Liquid: 50 µg per mL
    • Oral > Solid: 62.5 µg; 250 µg
    Indications
  160. Dihydroartemisinin + piperaquine phosphate General information
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For curative treatment
    • Oral > Solid: 40 mg + 320 mg tablet; 20 mg + 160 mg tablet
  161. Diloxanide General information
    Section
    Antiamoebic and antigiardiasis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 500 mg (furoate)
    Indications
  162. Dimercaprol General information
    Section
    Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings > Specific
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 50 mg per mL in 2 mL ampoule
  163. Diphtheria antitoxin General information
    Section
    Immunologicals > Sera, immunoglobulins and monoclonal antibodies
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 10000 IU in vial; 20000 IU in vial
  164. Diphtheria vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for all immunization programmes
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  165. Docetaxel General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 20 mg per mL; 40 mg per mL
  166. Docusate sodium General information
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    • Oral > Liquid: 50 mg per 5 mL oral liquid
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg capsule
    Indications
  167. Dolasetron General information
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to ondansetron for Palliative care
    Section
    Antiemetic medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to ondansetron for Nausea or vomiting
  168. Dolutegravir General information
    Section
    Antiretrovirals > Integrase inhibitors
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg tablet; 10 mg tablet (dispersible, scored)
  169. Dolutegravir + lamivudine + tenofovir General information
    Section
    Fixed-dose combinations of antiretrovirals
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg + 300 mg + 300 mg (tenofovir disoproxil fumarate equivalent to 245 mg tenofovir disoproxil)
  170. Dopamine General information
    Section
    Medicines used in heart failure
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 40 mg per mL in 5 mL vial (hydrochloride)
  171. Doxycycline General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Oral > Liquid: 25 mg per 5 mL (anhydrous); 50 mg per 5 mL (anhydrous)
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg (as hyclate); 100 mg (as hyclate)
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 100 mg in vial powder for injection
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg (as hyclate)
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For curative treatment
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg (hydrochloride or hyclate); 100 mg dispersible tablet (as monohydrate)
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For chemoprevention
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg (hydrochloride or hyclate)
  172. Edoxaban General information
    Section
    Medicines affecting coagulation
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to dabigatran for Other specified atrial fibrillation Therapeutic equivalent to dabigatran for Venous thromboembolism
  173. Efavirenz General information
    Section
    Antiretrovirals > Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors
    • Oral > Solid: 600 mg tablet
  174. Efavirenz + emtricitabine + tenofovir General information
    Section
    Fixed-dose combinations of antiretrovirals
    • Oral > Solid: 600 mg + 200 mg + 300 mg (tenofovir disoproxil fumarate equivalent to 245 mg tenofovir disoproxil)
  175. Efavirenz + lamivudine + tenofovir General information
    Section
    Fixed-dose combinations of antiretrovirals
    • Oral > Solid: 400 mg + 300 mg + 300 mg (tenofovir disoproxil fumarate, equivalent to 245 mg tenofovir disoproxil)
  176. Eflornithine General information
    Section
    Medicines for the treatment of 2nd stage African trypanosomiasis
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 200 mg per mL in 100 mL bottle (hydrochloride)
  177. Empagliflozin General information
    Section
    Oral hypoglycaemic agents
    • Oral > Solid: 10 mg; 25 mg
  178. Emtricitabine + tenofovir General information
    Section
    Fixed-dose combinations of antiretrovirals
    • Oral > Solid: 200 mg + 300 mg (tenofovir disoproxil fumarate equivalent to 245 mg tenofovir disoproxil)
  179. Enalapril General information
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 2.5 mg (as hydrogen maleate); 5 mg (as hydrogen maleate)
    Section
    Medicines used in heart failure
    • Oral > Solid: 2.5 mg (as hydrogen maleate); 5 mg (as hydrogen maleate)
    Indications
  180. Enoxaparin General information
    Section
    Medicines affecting coagulation
    • Parenteral > General injections > SC: 20 mg per 0.2 mL in prefilled syringe; 40 mg per 0.4 mL in prefilled syringe; 60 mg per 0.6 mL in prefilled syringe; 80 mg per 0.8 mL in prefilled syringe; 100 mg per 1 mL in prefilled syringe; 120 mg per 0.8 mL in prefilled syringe; 150 mg per 1 mL in prefilled syringe; 150 mg per 1 mL in ampoule; 120 mg per 0.8 mL in ampoule; 20 mg per 0.2 mL in ampoule; 40 mg per 0.4 mL in ampoule; 60 mg per 0.6 mL in ampoule; 80 mg per 0.8 mL in ampoule; 100 mg per 1 mL in ampoule
    • Parenteral > General injections > SC: 20 mg per 0.2 mL in prefilled syringe; 40 mg per 0.4 mL in prefilled syringe; 60 mg per 0.6 mL in prefilled syringe; 80 mg per 0.8 mL in prefilled syringe; 100 mg per 1 mL in prefilled syringe; 120 mg per 0.8 mL in prefilled syringe; 150 mg per 1 mL in prefilled syringe; 150 mg per 1 mL in ampoule; 20 mg per 0.2 mL in ampoule; 40 mg per 0.4 mL in ampoule; 60 mg per 0.6 mL in ampoule; 80 mg per 0.8 mL in ampoule; 120 mg per 0.8 mL in ampoule; 100 mg per 1 mL in ampoule
  181. Entecavir General information
    Section
    Medicines for hepatitis B > Nucleoside/Nucleotide reverse transcriptase inhibitors
    • Oral > Liquid: 0.05 mg per mL
    • Oral > Solid: 0.5 mg; 1 mg
  182. Enzalutamide General information
    Section
    Hormones and antihormones
    Indications
  183. Ephedrine General information
    Section
    Local anaesthetics
    • Parenteral > Locoregional injections > Spinal anaesthesia: 30 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule (ephedrine hydrochloride)
  184. Epinephrine General information
    Section
    Antiarrhythmic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 100 µg per mL in 10 mL ampoule (as acid tartrate or hydrochloride)
    Indications
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Mydriatics
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 2% (as hydrochloride)
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 1 mg per mL in ampoule (as hydrochloride or hydrogen tartrate)
    Section
    Antiallergics and medicines used in anaphylaxis
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 1 mg in 1 mL ampoule (as hydrochloride or hydrogen tartrate)
    Indications
  185. Epoetin alfa General information
    Section
    Antianaemia medicines
  186. Epoetin beta General information
    Section
    Antianaemia medicines
  187. Epoetin theta General information
    Section
    Antianaemia medicines
  188. Equine rabies immunoglobulin General information
    Section
    Immunologicals > Sera, immunoglobulins and monoclonal antibodies
    • Parenteral > Locoregional injections > Intradermal: 150 IU per mL in vial; 200 IU per mL in vial; 300 IU per mL in vial; 400 IU per mL in vial
    Indications
  189. Ergocalciferol General information
    Section
    Vitamins and minerals
    • Oral > Liquid: 250 µg per mL (10 000 IU per mL)
    • Oral > Solid: 1.25 mg (50 000 IU)
  190. Ergometrine General information
    Section
    Uterotonics
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 200 µg in 1 mL ampoule (hydrogen maleate)
  191. Erlotinib General information
    Section
    Targeted therapies
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg; 150 mg
  192. Erythromycin General information
    Section
    Watch group antibiotics
    Indications
    Second choice
    Therapeutic equivalent to clarithromycin for Acute pharyngitis
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Ointment: 0.5%
  193. Erythropoiesis-stimulating agents General information
    Section
    Antianaemia medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 1000 IU per 0.5 mL pre-filled syringe; 2000 IU per 0.5 mL pre-filled syringe; 3000 IU per 0.3 mL pre-filled syringe; 4000 IU per 0.4 mL pre-filled syringe; 5000 IU per 0.5 mL pre-filled syringe; 6000 IU per 0.6 mL pre-filled syringe; 8000 IU per 0.8 mL pre-filled syringe; 10000 IU per 1 mL pre-filled syringe; 20000 IU per 0.5 mL pre-filled syringe; 40000 IU per 1 mL pre-filled syringe
  194. Escitalopram General information
    Section
    Medicines used in depressive disorders
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to fluoxetine for Depressive disorders
  195. Estradiol cypionate + medroxyprogesterone acetate General information
    Section
    Injectable hormonal contraceptives
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 5 mg + 25 mg
  196. Etanercept General information
    Section
    Immunomodulators for non-malignant disease
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to adalimumab for Axial spondyloarthritis Therapeutic equivalent to adalimumab for Crohn disease site Therapeutic equivalent to adalimumab for Juvenile idiopathic arthritis Therapeutic equivalent to adalimumab for Rheumatoid arthritis
  197. Ethambutol General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 25 mg per mL
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg (hydrochloride); 400 mg (hydrochloride); 100 mg dispersible tablet
    Indications
  198. Ethambutol + isoniazid + pyrazinamide + rifampicin General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 275 mg + 75 mg + 400 mg + 150 mg tablet
    Indications
  199. Ethambutol + isoniazid + rifampicin General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 275 mg + 75 mg + 150 mg tablet
    Indications
  200. Ethanol General information
    Section
    Antiseptics
    • Local > Topical > Solution: 70% (denatured)
  201. Ethinylestradiol + etonogestrel General information
    Section
    Intravaginal contraceptives
    • Local > Vaginal > vaginal ring: 2.7 mg + 11.7 mg
  202. Ethinylestradiol + levonorgestrel General information
    Section
    Oral hormonal contraceptives
    • Oral > Solid: 30 µg + 150 µg
  203. Ethinylestradiol + norethisterone General information
    Section
    Oral hormonal contraceptives
    • Oral > Solid: 35 µg + 1 mg
  204. Ethionamide General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 125 mg tablet; 250 mg tablet; 125 mg tablet (dispersible)
  205. Ethosuximide General information
    Section
    Anticonvulsants/antiepileptics
    • Oral > Liquid: 250 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg
  206. Etonogestrel-releasing implant General information
    Section
    Implantable contraceptives
    • Implant > Subdermal: 68 mg single rod
  207. Fentanyl General information
    Section
    Opioid analgesics
    • Local > Topical > Transdermal patch: 12 µg/hour; 25 µg/hour; 50 µg/hour; 75 µg/hour; 100 µg/hour
  208. Ferrous salt General information
    Section
    Antianaemia medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 25 mg per mL iron (as sulfate)
    • Oral > Solid: 60 mg iron
  209. Ferrous salt + folic acid General information
    Section
    Antianaemia medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 60 mg iron + 400 µg tablet
  210. Fexinidazole General information
    Section
    Medicines for the treatment of 1st stage African trypanosomiasis
    • Oral > Solid: 600 mg
    Section
    Medicines for the treatment of 2nd stage African trypanosomiasis
    • Oral > Solid: 600 mg
  211. Fexofenadine General information
    Section
    Antiallergics and medicines used in anaphylaxis
  212. Filgrastim General information
    Section
    Immunomodulators
    • Parenteral > General injections > SC: 120 µg per 0.2 mL in prefilled syringe; 300 µg per 0.5 mL in prefilled syringe; 480 µg per 0.8 mL in prefilled syringe; 300 µg per mL in 1 mL vial; 480 µg per 1.6 mL in 1.6 mL vial
  213. Fluconazole General information
    Section
    Antifungal medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 2 mg per mL in vial
    • Oral > Liquid: 50 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg capsule
  214. Flucytosine General information
    Section
    Antifungal medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 2.5 g per 250 mL infusion
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg capsule
    Indications
  215. Fludarabine General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 50 mg in vial (fludarabine phosphate) powder for injection
    • Oral > Solid: 10 mg tablet (fludarabine phosphate)
  216. Fludrocortisone General information
    Section
    Adrenal hormones and synthetic substitutes
    • Oral > Solid: 100 µg (acetate)
  217. Flunisolide General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to budesonide for Asthma
  218. Fluorescein General information
    Section
    Diagnostic agents > Ophthalmic medicines
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 1% (sodium salt)
    Indications
  219. Fluoride General information
    Section
    Dental preparations
    • Local > Dental > Paste: 1000 to 1500 ppm fluoride (any type)
    • Local > Dental > Cream: 1000 to 1500 ppm fluoride (any type)
    • Local > Dental > Gel: 1000 to 1500 ppm fluoride (any type)
    • Local > Dental > Other: In other appropriate topical formulations
    Indications
  220. Fluorouracil General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Medicines affecting skin differentiation and proliferation
    • Local > Topical > Ointment: 5%
    Indications
  221. Fluoxetine General information
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    • Oral > Solid: 20 mg (as hydrochloride)
    Indications
    Section
    Medicines used in depressive disorders
    • Oral > Solid: 20 mg (as hydrochloride)
  222. Fluphenazine General information
    Section
    Medicines used in psychotic disorders
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 25 mg per mL in ampoule (decanoate); 25 mg per mL in ampoule (enanthate)
  223. Flutamide General information
    Section
    Hormones and antihormones
    Indications
  224. Fluticasone General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to budesonide for Asthma
  225. Fluticasone + formoterol General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to budesonide + formoterol for Asthma
  226. Fluticasone furoate + vilanterol General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to budesonide + formoterol for Asthma
  227. Fluvastatin General information
    Section
    Lipid-lowering agents
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to simvastatin for Mixed hyperlipidaemia Therapeutic equivalent to simvastatin for Coronary atherosclerosis
  228. Fluvoxamine General information
    Section
    Medicines used in depressive disorders
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to fluoxetine for Depressive disorders
  229. Folic acid General information
    Section
    Antianaemia medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 1 mg tablet; 5 mg tablet
    • Oral > Solid: 400 µg
  230. Fomepizole General information
    Section
    Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings > Specific
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 5 mg per mL in 20 mL ampoule (sulfate); 1 g per mL in 1.5 mL ampoule (base)
  231. Fosfomycin (injection) General information
    Section
    Reserve group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 2 g in vial (as sodium) powder for injection; 4 g in vial (as sodium) powder for injection
  232. Fresh-frozen plasma General information
    Section
    Blood and blood components
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV:
  233. Furosemide General information
    Section
    Medicines used in heart failure
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 10 mg per mL in 2 mL ampoule
    • Oral > Liquid: 20 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 40 mg
    Indications
    Section
    Diuretics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 10 mg per mL in 2 mL ampoule
    • Oral > Liquid: 20 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 40 mg; 10 mg; 20 mg
  234. Gefitinib General information
    Section
    Targeted therapies
  235. Gemcitabine General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 200 mg in vial powder for injection; 1 g in vial powder for injection
  236. Gentamicin General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 0.3% (gentamicin sulfate)
  237. Glass ionomer cement General information
    Section
    Dental preparations
    • Local > Dental > Powder + liquid: Single-use capsules: 0.4 g powder + 0.09 mL liquid; Multi-use bottle: powder + liquid
    Indications
  238. Glecaprevir + pibrentasvir General information
    Section
    Medicines for hepatitis C > Pangenotypic direct-acting antiviral combinations
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg + 40 mg tablet; 50 mg + 20 mg granules
  239. Gliclazide General information
    Section
    Oral hypoglycaemic agents
    • Oral > Solid: 30 mg controlled-release; 60 mg controlled-release; 80 mg controlled-release
  240. Glucagon General information
    Section
    Medicines for hypoglycaemia
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 1 mg per mL
  241. Glucose General information
    Section
    Solutions correcting water, electrolyte and acid-base disturbances > Parenteral
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 5% isotonic; 10% hypertonic
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 50% hypertonic
  242. Glucose + sodium chloride General information
    Section
    Solutions correcting water, electrolyte and acid-base disturbances > Parenteral
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 4% + 0.18% (equivalent to Na+ 30 mmol/L and Cl- 30 mmol/L; 5% + 0.9% (equivalent to Na+ 150 mmol/L and Cl- 150 mmol/L); 5% + 0.45% (equivalent to Na+ 75 mmol/L and Cl- 75 mmol/L)
  243. Glutaral General information
    Section
    Disinfectants
    • Local > Topical > Solution: 2%
  244. Glyceryl trinitrate General information
    Section
    Antianginal medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 500 µg sublingual tablet
    Indications
  245. Glycopyrronium General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Indications
  246. Golimumab General information
    Section
    Immunomodulators for non-malignant disease
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to adalimumab for Axial spondyloarthritis Therapeutic equivalent to adalimumab for Crohn disease site Therapeutic equivalent to adalimumab for Juvenile idiopathic arthritis Therapeutic equivalent to adalimumab for Rheumatoid arthritis
  247. Goserelin General information
    Section
    Hormones and antihormones
    Indications
  248. Granisetron General information
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to ondansetron for Palliative care
    Section
    Antiemetic medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to ondansetron for Nausea or vomiting
  249. Griseofulvin General information
    Section
    Antifungal medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 125 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 125 mg; 250 mg
    Indications
  250. Haemophilus influenzae type b vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for all immunization programmes
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  251. Haloperidol General information
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    • Oral > Liquid: 2 mg per mL
    • Oral > Solid: 0.5 mg; 2 mg; 5 mg
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 5 mg per mL in 1-mL ampoule
    Indications
    Section
    Medicines used in psychotic disorders
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 5 mg per mL in ampoule
    • Oral > Liquid: 2 mg per mL
    • Oral > Solid: 2 mg; 0.5 mg; 5 mg
  252. Halothane General information
    Section
    General anaesthetics and oxygen > Inhalational medicines
    • Respiratory > Inhalation:
  253. Heparin sodium General information
    Section
    Medicines affecting coagulation
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 1000 IU per mL in 5 mL ampoule; 20000 IU per mL in 5 mL ampoule; 5000 IU per mL in 5 mL ampoule
  254. Hepatitis a vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for some high-risk populations
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  255. Hepatitis b vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for all immunization programmes
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  256. Homatropine General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Mydriatics
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to atropine for Anterior uveitis
  257. Hpv vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for all immunization programmes
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  258. Hydralazine General information
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 20 mg in ampoule powder for injection (hydrochloride)
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg (hydrochloride); 25 mg (hydrochloride)
  259. Hydrochlorothiazide General information
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 50 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg; 12.5 mg
    Section
    Medicines used in heart failure
    • Oral > Liquid: 50 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg
    Indications
    Section
    Diuretics
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg
    Indications
  260. Hydrocortisone General information
    Section
    Hormones and antihormones
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 100 mg in vial (as sodium succinate)
    Section
    Adrenal hormones and synthetic substitutes
    • Oral > Solid: 5 mg; 10 mg; 20 mg
    Section
    Antiallergics and medicines used in anaphylaxis
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 100 mg in vial powder for injection (as sodium succinate)
    Indications
    Section
    Anti-inflammatory medicines
    • Local > Rectal > Suppository: 25 mg (acetate)
    • Local > Rectal > Retention enema: 100 mg per 60 mL
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Anti-inflammatory and antipruritic medicines
    • Local > Topical > Cream: 1% (acetate)
    • Local > Topical > Ointment: 1% (acetate)
  261. Hydromorphone General information
    Section
    Opioid analgesics
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to morphine for Pain
  262. Hydroxocobalamin General information
    Section
    Antianaemia medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 1 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule (as acetate); 1 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule (as hydrochloride); 1 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule (as sulfate)
  263. Hydroxycarbamide General information
    Section
    Other medicines for haemoglobinopathies
    • Oral > Solid: 200 mg; 500 mg; 1 g
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 200 mg; 250 mg; 300 mg; 400 mg; 500 mg; 1 g
  264. Hydroxychloroquine General information
    Section
    Disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs (DMARDs)
    • Oral > Solid: 200 mg (as sulfate)
  265. Hyoscine butylbromide General information
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 20 mg per mL injection
    Indications
  266. Hyoscine hydrobromide General information
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    • Local > Topical > Transdermal patch: 1 mg per 72 hours transdermal patch
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 400 µg per mL injection; 600 µg per mL injection
    Indications
  267. Ibuprofen General information
    Section
    Antimigraine medicines > For treatment of acute attack
    • Oral > Solid: 200 mg; 400 mg
    Indications
    Section
    Non-opioids and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines (NSAIMs)
    • Oral > Liquid: 200 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 200 mg; 400 mg; 600 mg
    Indications
    Section
    Medicines administered to the neonate [c]
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 5 mg per mL
  268. Ifosfamide General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 500 mg in vial powder for injection; 1 g in vial powder for injection; 2 g in vial powder for injection
  269. Imipenem + cilastatin General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    Indications
  270. Indapamide General information
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    Indications
    Section
    Medicines used in heart failure
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to hydrochlorothiazide for Heart failure
  271. Indometacin General information
    Section
    Medicines administered to the neonate [c]
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to ibuprofen for Patent arterial duct
  272. Infliximab General information
    Section
    Immunomodulators for non-malignant disease
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to adalimumab for Axial spondyloarthritis Therapeutic equivalent to adalimumab for Crohn disease site Therapeutic equivalent to adalimumab for Juvenile idiopathic arthritis Therapeutic equivalent to adalimumab for Rheumatoid arthritis
  273. Influenza vaccine (seasonal) General information
    Section
    Recommendations for immunization programmes with certain characteristics
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  274. Insulin General information
    Section
    Insulins
    • Parenteral > General injections > SC: 40 IU per mL in 10 mL vial (soluble); 100 IU per mL in 10 mL vial (soluble)
  275. Intermediate-acting insulin General information
    Section
    Insulins
    • Parenteral > General injections > SC: 40 IU per mL in 10 mL vial as compound insulin zinc suspension or isophane insulin; 100 IU per mL in 10 mL vial as compound insulin zinc suspension or isophane insulin
  276. Intraperitoneal dialysis solution General information
    Section
    Peritoneal dialysis solution
    • parenteral solution
  277. Iodine General information
    Section
    Vitamins and minerals
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 0.5 mL (240 mg iodine) iodized oil in ampoule; 1 mL (480 mg iodine) iodized oil in ampoule
    • Oral > Liquid: 1 mL (480 mg iodine) iodized oil in ampoule; 0.5 mL (240 mg iodine) iodized oil in ampoule; 0.57 mL (308 mg iodine) iodized oil in dispenser bottle
    • Oral > Solid: 190 mg
    Section
    Antiseptics
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to povidone iodine for Povidone iodine
  278. Iohexol General information
    Section
    Diagnostic agents > Radiocontrast media
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 140 to 350 mg iodine per mL in 5 mL ampoule; 140 to 350 mg iodine per mL in 10 mL ampoule; 140 to 350 mg iodine per mL in 20 mL ampoule
  279. Ipratropium bromide General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    • Respiratory > Inhalation > aerosol: 20 µg per dose
  280. Irinotecan General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 40 mg per 2 mL in 2 mL vial; 100 mg per 5 mL in 5 mL vial; 500 mg per 25 mL in 25 mL vial
  281. Isoflurane General information
    Section
    General anaesthetics and oxygen > Inhalational medicines
    • Respiratory > Inhalation:
  282. Isoniazid General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 50 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg tablet; 100 mg tablet (dispersible); 300 mg tablet
    Indications
  283. Isoniazid + pyrazinamide + rifampicin General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg + 150 mg + 75 mg tablet (dispersible); 75 mg + 400 mg + 150 mg tablet
    Indications
  284. Isoniazid + pyridoxine + sulfamethoxazole + trimethoprim General information
    Section
    Medicines for prevention of HIV-related opportunistic infections
    • Oral > Solid: 300 mg + 25 mg + 800 mg + 160 mg tablet (scored)
  285. Isoniazid + rifampicin General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg + 75 mg tablet (dispersible); 75 mg + 150 mg tablet; 150 mg + 300 mg tablet
    Indications
  286. Isoniazid + rifapentine General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 300 mg + 300 mg tablet (scored)
  287. Isosorbide dinitrate General information
    Section
    Antianginal medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 5 mg sublingual tablet
    Indications
  288. Ivermectin General information
    Section
    Intestinal anthelminthics
    • Oral > Solid: 3 mg tablet (scored)
    Section
    Antifilarials
    • Oral > Solid: 3 mg tablet (scored)
    Section
    Medicines for ectoparasitic infections
    • Oral > Solid: 3 mg tablet (scored)
    Indications
  289. Japanese encephalitis vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for certain regions
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  290. Kanamycin General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to gentamicin for Infectious blepharitis
  291. Ketamine General information
    Section
    General anaesthetics and oxygen > Injectable medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 50 mg per mL in 10 mL vial (as hydrochloride)
  292. Lactulose General information
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    • Oral > Liquid: 3.1 to 3.7 g per 5 mL oral liquid
    Indications
  293. Lamivudine General information
    Section
    Antiretrovirals > Nucleoside/Nucleotide reverse transcriptase inhibitors
    • Oral > Liquid: 50 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 150 mg tablet
  294. Lamivudine + nevirapine + zidovudine General information
    Section
    Fixed-dose combinations of antiretrovirals
    • Oral > Solid: 30 mg + 50 mg + 60 mg Tablet; 150 mg + 200 mg + 300 mg Tablet
  295. Lamivudine + zidovudine General information
    Section
    Fixed-dose combinations of antiretrovirals
    • Oral > Solid: 30 mg + 60 mg Tablet; 150 mg + 300 mg Tablet
  296. Lamotrigine General information
    Section
    Anticonvulsants/antiepileptics
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg tablet; 50 mg tablet; 100 mg tablet; 200 mg tablet; 2 mg tablet (chewable, dispersible); 5 mg tablet (chewable, dispersible); 25 mg tablet (chewable, dispersible); 50 mg tablet (chewable, dispersible); 100 mg tablet (chewable, dispersible); 200 mg tablet (chewable, dispersible)
  297. Latanoprost General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Miotics and antiglaucoma medicines
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 50 µg per mL eye drops
  298. Ledipasvir + sofosbuvir General information
    Section
    Medicines for hepatitis C > Non-pangenotypic direct-acting antiviral combinations
    • Oral > Solid: 90 mg + 400 mg tablet
  299. Lenalidomide General information
    Section
    Immunomodulators
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg
  300. Leuprorelin General information
    Section
    Hormones and antihormones
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 7.5 mg in prefilled syringe; 22.5 mg in prefilled syringe
  301. Levamisole General information
    Section
    Intestinal anthelminthics
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg tablet; 150 mg tablet (as hydrochloride)
    Indications
  302. Levodopa + benserazide General information
    Section
    Antiparkinsonism medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to levodopa + carbidopa for Parkinson disease
  303. Levodopa + carbidopa General information
    Section
    Antiparkinsonism medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg + 10 mg tablet; 250 mg + 25 mg tablet; 100 mg + 25 mg tablet
  304. Levofloxacin General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg tablet; 500 mg tablet; 750 mg tablet; 100 mg tablet (dispersible)
  305. Levonorgestrel General information
    Section
    Intrauterine devices
    • Intrauterine system with reservoir containing 52 mg of levonorgestrel.
    Section
    Oral hormonal contraceptives
    • Oral > Solid: 750 µg [2]; 1.5 mg [1]
    • Oral > Solid: 30 µg
  306. Levonorgestrel-releasing implant General information
    Section
    Implantable contraceptives
    • Implant > Subdermal: 75 mg per rod (two-rods)
  307. Levothyroxine General information
    Section
    Thyroid hormones and antithyroid medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 50 µg (sodium salt); 100 µg (sodium salt); 25 µg (sodium salt)
    Indications
  308. Lidocaine General information
    Section
    Antiarrhythmic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 20 mg per mL in 5 mL ampoule (hydrochloride)
    Section
    Local anaesthetics
    • Parenteral > Locoregional injections > Spinal anaesthesia: 5% in 2 mL ampoule (hydrochloride) + 7.5% glucose solution
    • Parenteral > Locoregional injections > Other: 1% in vial (hydrochloride); 2% in vial (hydrochloride)
    • Local > Topical > unspecified: 2 to 4% (hydrochloride)
  309. Lidocaine + epinephrine General information
    Section
    Local anaesthetics
    • Parenteral > Locoregional injections > Other: 1% (lidocaine hydrochloride OR lidocaine sulfate) + 1:200 000 epinephrine in vial; 2% (lidocaine hydrochloride OR lidocaine sulfate) + 1:200 000 epinephrine in vial
    • Local > Dental > Cartridge: 2% (lidocaine hydrochloride) + 1:80 000 epinephrine
  310. Linezolid General information
    Section
    Reserve group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 2 mg per mL in 300 mL bag
    • Oral > Liquid: 100 mg per 5 mL powder for oral liquid
    • Oral > Solid: 400 mg tablet; 600 mg tablet
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 2 mg per mL in 300 mL bag
    • Oral > Liquid: 100 mg per 5 mL powder for oral liquid
    • Oral > Solid: 400 mg tablet; 600 mg tablet; 150 mg tablet (dispersible)
  311. Lisinopril + amlodipine General information
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 10 mg + 5 mg; 20 mg + 5 mg; 20 mg + 10 mg
  312. Lisinopril + hydrochlorothiazide General information
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 10 mg + 12.5 mg; 20 mg + 12.5 mg; 20 mg + 25 mg
  313. Lithium carbonate General information
    Section
    Medicines used in bipolar disorders
    • Oral > Solid: 300 mg
  314. Long-acting insulin analogues General information
    Section
    Insulins
    • Parenteral > General injections > SC: 100 IU per mL in 3 mL cartridge; 100 IU per mL in 3 mL pre-filled syringe
  315. Loperamide General information
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    • Oral > Solid: 2 mg solid oral dosage form
    Indications
  316. Lopinavir + ritonavir General information
    Section
    Antiretrovirals > Protease inhibitors
    • Oral > Liquid: 400 mg + 100 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg + 25 mg tablet (heat-stable); 200 mg + 50 mg tablet (heat-stable); 40 mg + 10 mg
  317. Loratadine General information
    Section
    Antiallergics and medicines used in anaphylaxis
    • Oral > Liquid: 1 mg per mL
    • Oral > Solid: 10 mg
  318. Lorazepam General information
    Section
    Anticonvulsants/antiepileptics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 2 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule; 4 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule
  319. Losartan General information
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg tablet; 50 mg tablet; 100 mg tablet
    Section
    Medicines used in heart failure
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg tablet; 50 mg tablet; 100 mg tablet
    Indications
  320. Lovastatin General information
    Section
    Lipid-lowering agents
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to simvastatin for Mixed hyperlipidaemia Therapeutic equivalent to simvastatin for Coronary atherosclerosis
  321. Lugol's solution General information
    Section
    Thyroid hormones and antithyroid medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 13% w/v (about 130 mg/mL total iodine)
    Indications
  322. Magnesium sulfate General information
    Section
    Anticonvulsants/antiepileptics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 500 mg per mL in 2 mL ampoule (equivalent to 1 g in 2 mL; 50% weight/volume)
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 500 mg per mL in 10 mL ampoule (equivalent to 5 g in 10 mL; 50% weight/volume)
  323. Mannitol General information
    Section
    Diuretics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 10% solution; 20% solution
  324. Measles vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for all immunization programmes
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  325. Mebendazole General information
    Section
    Intestinal anthelminthics
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg tablet (chewable); 500 mg tablet (chewable)
    Section
    Cysticidal medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 500 mg tablet (chewable)
  326. Medroxyprogesterone acetate General information
    Section
    Injectable hormonal contraceptives
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 150 mg per mL in 1 mL vial
    • Parenteral > General injections > SC: 104 mg per 0.65 mL in pre-filled syringe; 104 mg per 0.65 mL in single dose injection delivery system
    Section
    Progestogens
    • Oral > Solid: 5 mg
  327. Mefloquine General information
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For curative treatment
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg tablet (hydrochloride)
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For chemoprevention
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg tablet (hydrochloride)
  328. Meglumine antimoniate General information
    Section
    Antileishmaniasis medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 30% in 5 mL ampoule equivalent to approximately 8.1% antimony
  329. Meglumine iotroxate General information
    Section
    Diagnostic agents > Radiocontrast media
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 5 to 8 g iodine (as meglumine) in 100 to 250 mL
  330. Melarsoprol General information
    Section
    Medicines for the treatment of 2nd stage African trypanosomiasis
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 3.6% in 5 mL ampoule solution (180 mg of active compound)
  331. Melphalan General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 50 mg in vial powder for injection
    • Oral > Solid: 2 mg
  332. Meningococcal meningitis vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for some high-risk populations
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  333. Meropenem General information
    Section
    Watch group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 500 mg in vial (as trihydrate) powder for injection; 1 g in vial (as trihydrate) powder for injection
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 500 mg in vial (as trihydrate) powder for injection; 1 g in vial (as trihydrate) powder for injection
  334. Meropenem + vaborbactam General information
    Section
    Reserve group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 1 g in vial + 1 g in vial powder for injection
  335. Mesalazine General information
    Section
    Anti-inflammatory medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to sulfasalazine for Crohn disease site Therapeutic equivalent to sulfasalazine for Ulcerative colitis
  336. Metformin General information
    Section
    Oral hypoglycaemic agents
    • Oral > Solid: 500 mg (hydrochloride)
  337. Methadone General information
    Section
    Medicines for disorders due to psychoactive substance use
    • Oral > Liquid: 5 mg per 5 mL (methadone hydrochloride); 10 mg per 5 mL (methadone hydrochloride); 5 mg per mL concentrate for oral liquid (methadone hydrochloride); 10 mg per mL concentrate for oral liquid (methadone hydrochloride)
    Section
    Opioid analgesics
    • Oral > Liquid: 5 mg per 5 mL (methadone hydrochloride); 10 mg per 5 mL (methadone hydrochloride); 5 mg per mL concentrate for oral liquid (methadone hydrochloride); 10 mg per mL concentrate for oral liquid (methadone hydrochloride)
    • Oral > Solid: 5 mg (methadone hydrochloride); 10 mg (methadone hydrochloride)
  338. Methimazole General information
    Section
    Thyroid hormones and antithyroid medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 5 mg; 10 mg; 20 mg
    Indications
  339. Methotrexate General information
    Section
    Disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs (DMARDs)
    • Oral > Solid: 2.5 mg (as sodium salt)
  340. Methoxy polyethylene glycol-epoetin beta General information
    Section
    Antianaemia medicines
  341. Methyldopa General information
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg
  342. Methylergometrine General information
    Section
    Uterotonics
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to ergometrine for Postpartum haemorrhage
  343. Methylprednisolone General information
    Section
    Hormones and antihormones
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 40 mg per mL in 1 mL single-dose vial (as sodium succinate); 40 mg per mL in 5 mL multi-dose vial (as sodium succinate); 80 mg per mL in 1 mL single-dose vial (as sodium succinate)
  344. Methylthioninium chloride General information
    Section
    Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings > Specific
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 10 mg per mL in 10 mL ampoule
  345. Metoclopramide General information
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    • Oral > Liquid: 5 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 10 mg (hydrochloride)
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 5 mg per mL in 2 mL ampoule (hydrochloride)
    Indications
    Section
    Antiemetic medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 5 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 10 mg (hydrochloride)
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 5 mg per mL in 2 mL ampoule (hydrochloride)
  346. Metoprolol General information
    Section
    Antianginal medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to bisoprolol for Angina pectoris
    Section
    Medicines used in heart failure
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to bisoprolol for Heart failure
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to bisoprolol for Essential hypertension
    Section
    Antiarrhythmic medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to bisoprolol for Cardiac arrhythmia
  347. Metronidazole General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Oral > Liquid: 200 mg per 5 mL (as benzoate)
    • Oral > Solid: 200 to 500 mg tablet
    • Local > Rectal > Suppository: 500 mg suppository; 1 g suppository
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 500 mg per 100 mL in vial Injection
    Section
    Antiamoebic and antigiardiasis medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 200 mg per 5 mL (as benzoate)
    • Oral > Solid: 200 to 500 mg tablet
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 500 mg in 100 mL vial
    Indications
  348. Micafungin General information
    Section
    Antifungal medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 50 mg in vial (as sodium) powder for injection; 100 mg in vial (as sodium) powder for injection
  349. Miconazole General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Antifungal medicines
    • Local > Topical > Cream: 2% (nitrate)
    • Local > Topical > Ointment: 2% (nitrate)
  350. Midazolam General information
    Section
    Anticonvulsants/antiepileptics
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 1 mg per mL in ampoule (for buccal administration); 10 mg per mL in ampoule (for buccal administration)
    • Local > Buccal > Solution: 5 mg per mL solution for oromucosal administration; 10 mg per mL solution for oromucosal administration
    Indications
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    • Oral > Liquid: 2 mg per mL oral liquid
    • Oral > Solid: 7.5 mg solid oral dosage form; 15 mg solid oral dosage form
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 1 mg per mL injection; 5 mg per mL injection
    Indications
    Section
    Preoperative medication and sedation for short-term procedures
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 1 mg per mL
    • Oral > Liquid: 2 mg per mL
    • Oral > Solid: 15 mg tablet; 7.5 mg tablet
  351. Mifepristone - misoprostol General information
    Section
    Uterotonics
    • Oral > Solid: 200 mg + 200 µg; 200 mg [1] + 200 µg [4] in co-package
    Indications
  352. Miltefosine General information
    Section
    Antileishmaniasis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 10 mg; 50 mg
  353. Misoprostol General information
    Section
    Uterotonics
    • Oral > Solid: 200 µg
    • Local > Vaginal > tablet: 25 µg
  354. Mometasone General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to budesonide for Asthma
  355. Mometasone + formoterol General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to budesonide + formoterol for Asthma
  356. Morphine General information
    Section
    Preoperative medication and sedation for short-term procedures
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 10 mg in 1 mL ampoule (sulfate OR hydrochloride)
    Section
    Opioid analgesics
    • Oral > Liquid: 10 mg per 5 mL (morphine hydrochloride or morphine sulfate)
    • Oral > Solid: 10 mg immediate release (morphine sulfate); 10 to 200 mg slow release (morphine hydrochloride or morphine sulfate)
    • Oral > Other: 20 to 200 mg slow release granules to mix with water (morphine sulfate)
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 10 mg in 1 mL ampoule (morphine hydrochloride or morphine sulfate)
    Indications
  357. Moxifloxacin General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 400 mg tablet; 100 mg tablet (dispersible)
    • Oral > Solid: 400 mg tablet
  358. Multiple micronutrient powder General information
    Section
    Vitamins and minerals
    • Oral > Other:
  359. Multiple micronutrient supplement General information
    Section
    Other medicines administered to the mother
    • Tablet containing:
    • Vit A: 800 mcg retinol activity equivalent
    • Vit C: 70 mg
    • Vit D: 5 mcg (200 IU)
    • Vit E: 10 mg alpha tocopherol equivalent
    • Vit B1: 1.4 mg
    • Vit B2: 1.4 mg
    • Vit B3: 18 mg niacin equivalent
    • Vit B6: 1.9 mg
    • Folic acid: 400 mcg
    • Vit B12: 2.6 mcg
    • Iron: 30 mg
    • Iodine: 150 mcg
    • Zinc: 15 mg
    • Selenium: 65 mcg
    • Copper: 2 mg
  360. Mumps vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for immunization programmes with certain characteristics
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  361. Mupirocin General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Anti-infective medicines
    • Local > Topical > Cream: 2% (as mupirocin calcium)
    • Local > Topical > Ointment: 2%
  362. Nadroparin General information
    Section
    Medicines affecting coagulation
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to enoxaparin for Acute ischaemic heart disease Therapeutic equivalent to enoxaparin for Venous thromboembolism
  363. Naloxone General information
    Section
    Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings > Specific
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 400 µg per 1 mL in ampoule (naloxone hydrochloride)
  364. Natamycin General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Suspension: 5% eye drops
  365. Neostigmine General information
    Section
    Muscle relaxants (peripherally-acting) and cholinesterase inhibitors
    • Oral > Solid: 15 mg (neostigmine bromide)
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 0.5 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule (neostigmine metilsulfate); 2.5 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule (neostigmine metilsulfate)
  366. Netilmicin General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to gentamicin for Infectious blepharitis
  367. Nevirapine General information
    Section
    Antiretrovirals > Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors
    • Oral > Liquid: 50 mg per 5 mL oral solution
    • Oral > Solid: 200 mg tablet; 50 mg tablet (dispersible)
  368. Niclosamide General information
    Section
    Intestinal anthelminthics
    • Oral > Solid: 500 mg tablet (chewable)
  369. Nicotinamide General information
    Section
    Vitamins and minerals
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg
    Indications
  370. Nicotine replacement therapy General information
    Section
    Medicines for disorders due to psychoactive substance use
    • Oral > Other: 2 mg chewing gum; 4 mg chewing gum
    • Local > Topical > Transdermal patch: 5 to 30 mg per 16 hour; 7 to 21 mg per 24 hour
  371. Nifedipine General information
    Section
    Antioxytocics (tocolytics)
    • Oral > Solid: 10 mg (immediate-release)
  372. Nifurtimox General information
    Section
    Medicines for the treatment of 2nd stage African trypanosomiasis
    • Oral > Solid: 120 mg
    Section
    American trypanosomiasis
    • Oral > Solid: 30 mg tablet; 120 mg tablet; 250 mg tablet
    Indications
  373. Nilotinib General information
    Section
    Targeted therapies
    • Oral > Solid: 150 mg capsule; 200 mg capsule
  374. Nilutamide General information
    Section
    Hormones and antihormones
    Indications
  375. Nitrofurantoin General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Oral > Liquid: 25 mg per 5 mL oral liquid
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg tablet
    Indications
  376. Nitrous oxide General information
    Section
    General anaesthetics and oxygen > Inhalational medicines
    • Respiratory > Inhalation:
  377. Nivolumab General information
    Section
    Immunomodulators
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 10 mg per mL concentrate solution for infusion
    Indications
  378. Norethisterone General information
    Section
    Progestogens
  379. Norethisterone enantate General information
    Section
    Injectable hormonal contraceptives
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 200 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule oily solution
  380. Normal immunoglobulin General information
    Section
    Human immunoglobulins
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 5% protein solution; 10% protein solution
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 16% protein solution
    • Parenteral > General injections > SC: 15% protein solution; 16% protein solution
  381. Nystatin General information
    Section
    Antifungal medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 100000 IU per mL; 50 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 500000 IU tablet; 100000 IU lozenge; 100000 IU tablet
    • Local > Topical > Other: 100000 IU pessary
    Indications
  382. Ofloxacin General information
    Section
    Ear, nose and throat medicines [c]
    Indications
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 0.3%
  383. Ombitasvir + paritaprevir + ritonavir General information
    Section
    Medicines for hepatitis C > Non-pangenotypic direct-acting antiviral combinations
    • Oral > Solid: 12.5 mg + 75 mg + 50 mg tablet
  384. Omeprazole General information
    Section
    Antiulcer medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 20 mg powder for oral liquid; 40 mg powder for oral liquid
    • Oral > Solid: 10 mg; 20 mg; 40 mg
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 40 mg in vial
  385. Ondansetron General information
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 2 mg per mL in 2 mL ampoule (ondansetron base, as hydrochloride)
    • Oral > Liquid: 4 mg per 5 mL (ondansetron base)
    • Oral > Solid: 4 mg (ondansetron base); 8 mg (ondansetron base)
    Indications
    Section
    Antiemetic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 2 mg per mL in 2 mL ampoule (ondansetron base, as hydrochloride)
    • Oral > Liquid: 4 mg per 5 mL (ondansetron base)
    • Oral > Solid: 4 mg (ondansetron base); 8 mg (ondansetron base); 24 mg (ondansetron base)
  386. Oral rehydration salts General information
    Section
    Solutions correcting water, electrolyte and acid-base disturbances > Oral
    • Powder for dilution in 200 mL, 500 mL, 1 L:
    • - glucose 75 mEq
    • - sodium 75 mEq or mmol/L
    • - chloride 65 mEq or mmol/L
    • - potassium 20 mEq or mmol/L
    • - citrate 10 mmol/L
    • - osmolarity 245 mOsm/L
    • - glucose 13.5 g/L
    • - sodium chloride 2.6 g/L
    • - potassium chloride 1.5 g/L
    • - trisodium citrate dihydrate 2.9 g/L
    Section
    Oral rehydration
    • Powder for dilution in 200 mL, 500 mL, 1 L:
    • - glucose 75 mEq
    • - sodium 75 mEq or mmol/L
    • - chloride 65 mEq or mmol/L
    • - potassium 20 mEq or mmol/L
    • - citrate 10 mmol/L
    • - osmolarity 245 mOsm/L
    • - glucose 13.5 g/L
    • - sodium chloride 2.6 g/L
    • - potassium chloride 1.5 g/L
    • - trisodium citrate dihydrate 2.9 g/L
    Indications
  387. Oral rehydration salts - zinc sulfate General information
    Section
    Medicines used in diarrhoea
    • Oral > Other: ORS powder for dilution and zinc sulfate solid oral dosage form 20 mg (co-packaged)
    Indications
  388. Oseltamivir General information
    Section
    Other antivirals
    • Oral > Liquid: 12 mg per mL powder for oral liquid
    • Oral > Solid: 30 mg capsule (as phosphate); 45 mg capsule (as phosphate); 75 mg capsule (as phosphate)
  389. Oxaliplatin General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 50 mg in vial powder for injection; 100 mg in vial powder for injection; 50 mg per 10 mL in 10 mL vial; 100 mg per 20 mL in 20 mL vial; 200 mg per 40 mL in 40 mL vial
  390. Oxamniquine General information
    Section
    Antischistosomals and other antitrematode medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 250 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg capsule
  391. Oxycodone General information
    Section
    Opioid analgesics
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to morphine for Pain
  392. Oxygen General information
    Section
    General anaesthetics and oxygen > Inhalational medicines
    • Respiratory > Inhalation: (medical gas)
    Section
    Medical gases
    • Respiratory > Inhalation:
  393. Oxytetracycline General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to tetracycline for Infectious blepharitis Therapeutic equivalent to tetracycline for Trachoma Therapeutic equivalent to tetracycline for Other specified conjunctivitis Therapeutic equivalent to tetracycline for Infectious keratitis
  394. Oxytocin General information
    Section
    Uterotonics
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 10 IU per mL
  395. P-aminosalicylic acid General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 500 mg tablet; 4 g granules in sachet
  396. Paliperidone General information
    Section
    Medicines used in psychotic disorders
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 25 mg in pre-filled syringe (as palmitate); 50 mg in pre-filled syringe (as palmitate); 75 mg in pre-filled syringe (as palmitate); 100 mg in pre-filled syringe (as palmitate); 150 mg in pre-filled syringe (as palmitate)
  397. Palonosetron General information
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to ondansetron for Palliative care
    Section
    Antiemetic medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to ondansetron for Nausea or vomiting
  398. Pancreatic enzymes General information
    Section
    Pancreatic enzymes
    • Oral > Solid: Age-appropriate formulations and doses including lipase, protease and amylase.
  399. Paracetamol General information
    Section
    Antimigraine medicines > For treatment of acute attack
    • Oral > Liquid: 125 mg per 5 mL; 120 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 300 to 500 mg
    Indications
    Section
    Non-opioids and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines (NSAIMs)
    • Oral > Liquid: 125 mg per 5 mL; 120 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 100 to 500 mg
    • Local > Rectal > Suppository: 100 mg
    Indications
  400. Paromomycin General information
    Section
    Antileishmaniasis medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 750 mg paromomycin base (as sulfate)
  401. Paroxetine General information
    Section
    Medicines used in depressive disorders
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to fluoxetine for Depressive disorders
  402. Pegaspargase General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 3750 units per 5 mL in vial
  403. Pegylated interferon alfa (2a) General information
    Section
    Medicines for hepatitis C > Other antivirals for hepatitis C
    • Parenteral > General injections > SC: 180 µg in vial; 180 µg in prefilled syringe
  404. Pegylated interferon alfa (2b) General information
    Section
    Medicines for hepatitis C > Other antivirals for hepatitis C
    • Parenteral > General injections > SC: 80 µg in prefilled syringe; 100 µg in prefilled syringe
  405. Pembrolizumab General information
    Section
    Immunomodulators
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to nivolumab for Melanoma of skin
  406. Penicillamine General information
    Section
    Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings > Specific
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg
    Section
    Disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs (DMARDs)
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg
  407. Pentamidine General information
    Section
    Medicines for the treatment of 1st stage African trypanosomiasis
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 200 mg (as isetionate) powder for injection
    Section
    Antipneumocystosis and antitoxoplasmosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 200 mg tablet; 300 mg tablet
    Indications
  408. Permethrin General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Scabicides and pediculicides
    • Local > Topical > Lotion: 1%
    • Local > Topical > Cream: 5%
  409. Pertussis vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for all immunization programmes
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  410. Phenobarbital General information
    Section
    Anticonvulsants/antiepileptics
    • Oral > Liquid: 15 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 15 to 100 mg
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 200 mg per mL in ampoule (phenobarbital sodium)
  411. Phenoxymethylpenicillin General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Oral > Liquid: 250 mg per 5 mL (as potassium salt) powder for oral liquid
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg (as potassium salt)
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg (as potassium salt); 500 mg (as potassium salt)
  412. Phenytoin General information
    Section
    Anticonvulsants/antiepileptics
    • Oral > Liquid: 25 to 30 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg (sodium salt); 100 mg (sodium salt); 50 mg (sodium salt); 50 mg chewable tablet
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 50 mg per mL in 5 vial (sodium salt)
  413. Phytomenadione General information
    Section
    Medicines affecting coagulation
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 10 mg per mL in ampoule; 1 mg per mL in ampoule
    • Oral > Solid: 10 mg tablet
  414. Pilocarpine General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Miotics and antiglaucoma medicines
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 2% (hydrochloride or nitrate); 4% (hydrochloride or nitrate)
  415. Piperacillin + tazobactam General information
    Section
    Watch group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 2 g (as sodium salt) + 250 mg (as sodium salt) powder for injection; 4 g (as sodium salt) + 500 mg (as sodium salt) powder for injection
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 2 g (as sodium salt) + 250 mg (as sodium salt) powder for injection; 4 g (as sodium salt) + 500 mg (as sodium salt) powder for injection
    Indications
    First choice
    co-prescribed with clindamycin Necrotising fasciitis
  416. Platelets General information
    Section
    Blood and blood components
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV:
  417. Plazomicin General information
    Section
    Reserve group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 500 mg per 10 mL (Injection)
  418. Pneumococcal vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for all immunization programmes
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  419. Podophyllotoxin General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Medicines affecting skin differentiation and proliferation
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to podophyllum resin for Plantar warts Therapeutic equivalent to podophyllum resin for Anogenital warts
  420. Podophyllum resin General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Medicines affecting skin differentiation and proliferation
    • Local > Topical > Solution: 10 to 25%
  421. Poliomyelitis vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for all immunization programmes
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  422. Polygeline General information
    Section
    Plasma substitutes
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 3.5% injectable solution
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to dextran 70 for Hypovolaemia
  423. Polymyxin B (injection) General information
    Section
    Reserve group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 500000 IU in vial powder for injection
  424. Potassium chloride General information
    Section
    Solutions correcting water, electrolyte and acid-base disturbances > Oral
    • Oral > Liquid: powder for solution
    Indications
    Section
    Solutions correcting water, electrolyte and acid-base disturbances > Parenteral
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 11.2% in 20 mL ampoule (equivalent to K+ 1.5 mmol/mL and Cl- 1.5 mmol/mL); 7.5% solution for dilution (equivalent to K+ 1 mmol/mL and Cl- 2 mmol/mL); 15% solution for dilution (equivalent to K+ 2 mmol/mL and Cl- 2 mmol/mL)
    Indications
  425. Potassium ferric hexacyanoferrate General information
    Section
    Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings > Specific
    • Oral > Solid: Powder for oral administration
  426. Potassium iodide General information
    Section
    Antifungal medicines
    • Local > Topical > Solution: Saturated solution
    Indications
    Section
    Thyroid hormones and antithyroid medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 60 mg
    Indications
  427. Potassium permanganate General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Anti-infective medicines
    • Local > Topical > Solution: aqueous solution: 1:10 000
  428. Povidone iodine General information
    Section
    Antiseptics
    • Local > Topical > Solution: 10% (equivalent to 1% available iodine)
    Indications
  429. Pravastatin General information
    Section
    Lipid-lowering agents
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to simvastatin for Mixed hyperlipidaemia Therapeutic equivalent to simvastatin for Coronary atherosclerosis
  430. Praziquantel General information
    Section
    Intestinal anthelminthics
    • Oral > Solid: 600 mg tablet
    • Oral > Solid: 600 mg tablet; 150 mg tablet
    Section
    Antischistosomals and other antitrematode medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 600 mg tablet
    Section
    Cysticidal medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 600 mg tablet; 500 mg tablet
  431. Precipitated sulfur General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Scabicides and pediculicides
    • Local > Topical > Ointment:
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to benzyl benzoate for Pthiriasis Therapeutic equivalent to benzyl benzoate for Pediculosis corporis Therapeutic equivalent to benzyl benzoate for Pediculosis capitis Therapeutic equivalent to benzyl benzoate for Scabies
  432. Prednisolone General information
    Section
    Anti-inflammatory medicines
    • Local > Rectal > Retention enema:
    • Local > Rectal > Retention enema: 20 mg per 100 mL (as sodium phosphate)
    Section
    Antiallergics and medicines used in anaphylaxis
    • Oral > Liquid: 5 mg per mL
    • Oral > Solid: 5 mg; 25 mg
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-inflammatory agents
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 0.5% (sodium phosphate)
  433. Prednisone General information
    Section
    Hormones and antihormones
    Section
    Antiallergics and medicines used in anaphylaxis
  434. Primaquine General information
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For curative treatment
    • Oral > Solid: 7.5 mg tablet (as phosphate); 15 mg tablet (as phosphate)
  435. Procaine benzylpenicillin General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 1 g in vial (=1 million IU) powder for injection; 3 g in vial (=3 million IU) powder for injection
    Indications
  436. Procarbazine General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg (as hydrochloride)
    Indications
  437. Progesterone vaginal ring General information
    Section
    Intravaginal contraceptives
    • Local > Vaginal > vaginal ring: 2.074 g micronized progesterone
  438. Proguanil General information
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For chemoprevention
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg tablet (hydrochloride)
  439. Propanol General information
    Section
    Antiseptics
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to ethanol for Denatured alcohol
  440. Propofol General information
    Section
    General anaesthetics and oxygen > Injectable medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 10 mg per mL; 20 mg per mL
  441. Propranolol General information
    Section
    Antimigraine medicines > For prophylaxis
    • Oral > Solid: 40 mg tablet (hydrochloride); 20 mg tablet (hydrochloride)
    Indications
  442. Propylthiouracil General information
    Section
    Thyroid hormones and antithyroid medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg
    Indications
  443. Prostaglandin E1 General information
    Section
    Medicines administered to the neonate [c]
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 0.5 mg per mL in alcohol
  444. Prostaglandin E2 General information
    Section
    Medicines administered to the neonate [c]
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 1 mg per mL
  445. Protamine sulfate General information
    Section
    Medicines affecting coagulation
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 10 mg per mL in 5 mL ampoule
  446. Protionamide General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
  447. Pyrantel General information
    Section
    Intestinal anthelminthics
    • Oral > Liquid: 50 mg per mL (as embonate or pamoate)
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg chewable tablet (as embonate or pamoate)
  448. Pyrazinamide General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 30 mg per mL
    • Oral > Solid: 400 mg; 150 mg tablet (dispersible); 500 mg
    Indications
  449. Pyridostigmine General information
    Section
    Muscle relaxants (peripherally-acting) and cholinesterase inhibitors
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 1 mg in 1 mL ampoule (pyridostigmine bromide)
    • Oral > Solid: 60 mg (pyridostigmine bromide)
  450. Pyridoxine General information
    Section
    Vitamins and minerals
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg (hydrochloride)
  451. Pyrimethamine General information
    Section
    Antipneumocystosis and antitoxoplasmosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg
    Indications
  452. Quinine General information
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For curative treatment
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 300 mg per mL in 2 mL ampoule (quinine hydrochloride)
    • Oral > Solid: 300 mg (quinine sulfate or quinine bisulfate)
  453. Rabies vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for some high-risk populations
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  454. Raltegravir General information
    Section
    Antiretrovirals > Integrase inhibitors
    • Oral > Solid: 400 mg tablet; 25 mg tablet (chewable); 100 mg tablet (chewable)
    • Oral > Other: 100 mg granules for oral suspension
  455. Ranitidine General information
    Section
    Antiulcer medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 75 mg per 5 mL (as hydrochloride)
    • Oral > Solid: 150 mg (as hydrochloride)
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 25 mg per mL in 2 mL ampoule (as hydrochloride)
  456. Realgar-indigo naturalis formulation General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 270 mg (containing tetra-arsenic tetra-sulfide 30 mg)
  457. Red blood cells General information
    Section
    Blood and blood components
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV:
  458. Retinol General information
    Section
    Vitamins and minerals
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 100000 IU in 2 mL ampoule (as palmitate) water-miscible injection
    • Oral > Liquid: 100000 IU per mL (as palmitate) oral oily solution in multidose dispenser
    • Oral > Solid: 10000 IU (as palmitate) sugar-coated tablet; 200000 IU (as palmitate) capsule; 50000 IU (as palmitate) capsule; 100000 IU (as palmitate) capsule
  459. Ribavirin General information
    Section
    Other antivirals
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 1000 mg per 10 mL phosphate buffer solution; 800 mg per 10 mL phosphate buffer solution
    • Oral > Solid: 200 mg; 400 mg; 600 mg
    Section
    Medicines for hepatitis C > Other antivirals for hepatitis C
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 1000 mg per 10 mL phosphate buffer solution; 800 mg per 10 mL phosphate buffer solution
    • Oral > Solid: 200 mg; 400 mg; 600 mg
  460. Riboflavin General information
    Section
    Vitamins and minerals
    • Oral > Solid: 5 mg
  461. Rifabutin General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 150 mg
    Indications
  462. Rifampicin General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Liquid: 20 mg per mL
    • Oral > Solid: 150 mg; 300 mg
    Indications
    Section
    Antileprosy medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 150 mg; 300 mg
    Indications
  463. Rifapentine General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 150 mg tablet; 300 mg tablet
  464. Risperidone General information
    Section
    Medicines used in psychotic disorders
    • Oral > Solid: 0.25 mg; 0.5 mg; 1 mg; 2 mg; 3 mg; 4 mg; 6 mg
  465. Ritonavir General information
    Section
    Antiretrovirals > Protease inhibitors
    • Oral > Liquid: 400 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg tablet (heat stable); 100 mg tablet (heat stable)
    • Oral > Other: 100 mg powder
  466. Rituximab General information
    Section
    Targeted therapies
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 100 mg per 10 mL in 10 mL vial; 500 mg per 50 mL in 50 mL vial
  467. Rivaroxaban General information
    Section
    Medicines affecting coagulation
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to dabigatran for Other specified atrial fibrillation Therapeutic equivalent to dabigatran for Venous thromboembolism
  468. Rotavirus vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for all immunization programmes
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  469. Rubella vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for all immunization programmes
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  470. Salbutamol General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 50 µg per mL in 5 mL ampoule (as sulfate)
    • Respiratory > Inhalation > aerosol: 100 µg per dose (as sulfate); 100 µg per dose (as sulfate) metered-dose inhaler
    • Respiratory > Inhalation > solution: 5 mg per mL (as sulfate) for use in nebulizers
  471. Salicylic acid General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Medicines affecting skin differentiation and proliferation
    • Local > Topical > Solution: 5%
  472. Selenium sulfide General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Antifungal medicines
    • Local > Topical > Suspension: 2% detergent-based
  473. Senna General information
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    • Oral > Liquid: 7.5 mg per 5 mL oral liquid
    Indications
    Section
    Laxatives
    • Oral > Solid: 7.5 mg (sennosides) (or traditional dosage forms)
    Indications
  474. Sertraline General information
    Section
    Medicines used in depressive disorders
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to fluoxetine for Depressive disorders
  475. Silver diamine fluoride General information
    Section
    Dental preparations
    • Local > Dental > Solution: 38% w/v
    Indications
  476. Silver sulfadiazine General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Anti-infective medicines
    • Local > Topical > Cream: 1%
    Indications
  477. Simvastatin General information
    Section
    Lipid-lowering agents
    • Oral > Solid: 5 mg; 10 mg; 20 mg; 40 mg
  478. Sodium calcium edetate General information
    Section
    Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings > Specific
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 200 mg per mL in 5 mL ampoule
  479. Sodium chloride General information
    Section
    Solutions correcting water, electrolyte and acid-base disturbances > Parenteral
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 0.9% isotonic (equivalent to Na+ 154 mmol/L and Cl- 154 mmol/L)
  480. Sodium hydrogen carbonate General information
    Section
    Solutions correcting water, electrolyte and acid-base disturbances > Parenteral
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 1.4% isotonic (equivalent to Na+ 167 mmol/L and HCO3- 167 mmol/L); 8.4% in 10 mL ampoule (equivalent to Na+ 1000 mmol/L and HCO3- 1000 mmol/L)
    Indications
  481. Sodium nitrite General information
    Section
    Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings > Specific
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 30 mg per mL in 10 mL ampoule
  482. Sodium nitroprusside General information
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 50 mg in ampoule powder for infusion
  483. Sodium stibogluconate General information
    Section
    Antileishmaniasis medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 100 mg per mL in 30 mL vial
  484. Sodium thiosulfate General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Antifungal medicines
    • Local > Topical > Solution: 15%
    Section
    Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings > Specific
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 250 mg per mL in 50 mL ampoule
  485. Sofosbuvir General information
    Section
    Medicines for hepatitis C > Pangenotypic direct-acting antiviral combinations
    • Oral > Solid: 400 mg; 200 mg
  486. Sofosbuvir + velpatasvir General information
    Section
    Medicines for hepatitis C > Pangenotypic direct-acting antiviral combinations
    • Oral > Solid: 400 mg + 100 mg tablet; 200 mg + 50 mg
  487. Spectinomycin General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > unspecified: 2 g in vial (as hydrochloride) powder for injection
    Indications
  488. Spironolactone General information
    Section
    Medicines used in heart failure
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg
    Indications
    Section
    Diuretics
    • Oral > Liquid: 10 mg per 5 mL; 25 mg per 5 mL; 5 mg per 5 mL
    • Oral > Solid: 25 mg
  489. Streptokinase General information
    Section
    Thrombolytic medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 1.5 million IU in vial powder for injection
  490. Streptomycin (injection) General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 1 g powder for injection (as sulfate) as vial
  491. Succimer General information
    Section
    Antidotes and other substances used in poisonings > Specific
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg
  492. Sulfadiazine General information
    Section
    Antipneumocystosis and antitoxoplasmosis medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 500 mg
    Indications
  493. Sulfadoxine + pyrimethamine General information
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For curative treatment
    • Oral > Solid: 500 mg + 25 mg tablet
    Section
    Antimalarial medicines > For chemoprevention
    • Oral > Solid: 500 mg + 25 mg tablet
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg + 12.5 mg tablet
  494. Sulfamethoxazole + trimethoprim General information
    Section
    Antipneumocystosis and antitoxoplasmosis medicines
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 80 mg + 16 mg per mL in 5 mL ampoule; 80 mg + 16 mg per mL in 10 mL ampoule
    • Oral > Liquid: 200 mg + 40 mg per 5 mL oral liquid
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg + 20 mg tablet; 400 mg + 80 mg tablet; 800 mg + 160 mg tablet
    Indications
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 80 mg + 16 mg per mL in 10 mL ampoule; 80 mg + 16 mg per mL in 5 mL ampoule
    • Oral > Liquid: 200 mg + 40 mg per 5 mL oral liquid
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg + 20 mg tablet; 400 mg + 80 mg tablet; 800 mg + 160 mg tablet
  495. Sulfasalazine General information
    Section
    Disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs (DMARDs)
    • Oral > Solid: 500 mg
    Section
    Anti-inflammatory medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 500 mg
    • Local > Rectal > Suppository: 500 mg
    • Local > Rectal > Retention enema:
  496. Sumatriptan General information
    Section
    Antimigraine medicines > For treatment of acute attack
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg
    Indications
  497. Suramin sodium General information
    Section
    Medicines for the treatment of 1st stage African trypanosomiasis
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 1 g in vial
  498. Surfactant General information
    Section
    Medicines administered to the neonate [c]
    • Respiratory > Suspension: 80 mg per mL for intratracheal instillation; 25 mg per mL for intratracheal instillation
  499. Suxamethonium General information
    Section
    Muscle relaxants (peripherally-acting) and cholinesterase inhibitors
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 50 mg per mL in 2 mL ampoule (suxamethonium chloride); powder for injection (suxamethonium chloride) in vial
    Indications
  500. Tacrolimus General information
    Section
    Immunomodulators for non-malignant disease
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 5 mg per mL in 1 mL vial
    • Oral > Solid: 0.5 mg (immediate-release); 0.75 mg (immediate-release); 1 mg (immediate-release); 2 mg (immediate-release); 5 mg (immediate-release); 0.2 mg granules for oral suspension; 1 mg granules for oral suspension
  501. Tamoxifen General information
    Section
    Hormones and antihormones
    • Oral > Solid: 10 mg (as citrate); 20 mg (as citrate)
  502. Telmisartan + amlodipine General information
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 40 mg + 5 mg; 80 mg + 5 mg; 80 mg + 10 mg
  503. Telmisartan + hydrochlorothiazide General information
    Section
    Antihypertensive medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 40 mg + 12.5 mg; 80 mg + 12.5 mg; 80 mg + 25 mg
  504. Tenofovir disoproxil fumarate General information
    Section
    Antiretrovirals > Nucleoside/Nucleotide reverse transcriptase inhibitors
    • Oral > Solid: 300 mg tablet (equivalent to 245 mg tenofovir disoproxil)
    Section
    Medicines for hepatitis B > Nucleoside/Nucleotide reverse transcriptase inhibitors
    • Oral > Solid: 300 mg tablet (equivalent to 245 mg tenofovir disoproxil)
  505. Terbinafine General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Antifungal medicines
    • Local > Topical > Cream: 1% terbinafine hydrochloride
    • Local > Topical > Ointment: 1% terbinafine hydrochloride
  506. Terbutaline General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to salbutamol for Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Therapeutic equivalent to salbutamol for Asthma
  507. Terizidone General information
    Section
    Antituberculosis medicines
  508. Testosterone General information
    Section
    Androgens
    • Parenteral > General injections > IM: 200 mg per mL in 1 mL ampoule (enantate)
  509. Tetanus vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for all immunization programmes
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  510. Tetracaine General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Local anaesthetics
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 0.5% (hydrochloride)
  511. Tetracycline General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Ointment: 1% (tetracycline hydrochloride)
  512. Thalidomide General information
    Section
    Immunomodulators
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg
  513. Thiamine General information
    Section
    Vitamins and minerals
    • Oral > Solid: 50 mg (hydrochloride)
  514. Thiopental General information
    Section
    General anaesthetics and oxygen > Injectable medicines
    Indications
  515. Tick-borne encephalitis vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for certain regions
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  516. Timolol General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Miotics and antiglaucoma medicines
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 0.25% (hydrogen maleate); 0.5% (hydrogen maleate)
  517. Tinidazole General information
    Section
    Antiamoebic and antigiardiasis medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to metronidazole for Amoebiasis
  518. Tioguanine General information
    Section
    Cytotoxic medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 40 mg
  519. Tiotropium bromide General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    • Respiratory > Inhalation > dry powder: 18 µg capsule
    • Respiratory > Inhalation > solution: 1.25 µg per actuation; 2.5 µg per actuation
  520. Tobramycin General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to gentamicin for Infectious blepharitis
  521. Torasemide General information
    Section
    Medicines used in heart failure
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to furosemide for Heart failure
    Section
    Diuretics
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to furosemide for Oedema Therapeutic equivalent to furosemide for Anuria or oliguria
  522. Tranexamic acid General information
    Section
    Medicines affecting coagulation
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 100 mg per mL in 10 mL ampoule
    Section
    Other medicines administered to the mother
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 100 mg per mL in 10 mL ampoule
  523. Trastuzumab General information
    Section
    Targeted therapies
    • Parenteral > General injections > IV: 60 mg in vial powder for injection; 150 mg in vial powder for injection; 440 mg in vial powder for injection
  524. Triclabendazole General information
    Section
    Antischistosomals and other antitrematode medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg tablet
  525. Trihexyphenidyl General information
    Section
    Antiparkinsonism medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to biperiden for Parkinson disease
  526. Trimethoprim General information
    Section
    Access group antibiotics
    • Oral > Liquid: 50 mg per mL
    • Oral > Solid: 100 mg; 200 mg
    Indications
  527. Triptorelin General information
    Section
    Hormones and antihormones
    Indications
  528. Tropicamide General information
    Section
    Diagnostic agents > Ophthalmic medicines
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 0.5%
    Indications
  529. Tropisetron General information
    Section
    Medicines for other common symptoms in palliative care
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to ondansetron for Palliative care
    Section
    Antiemetic medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to ondansetron for Nausea or vomiting
  530. Tuberculin, purified protein derivative General information
    Section
    Immunologicals > Diagnostic agents
    • Parenteral > Locoregional injections > Intradermal:
  531. Typhoid vaccine General information
    Section
    Recommendations for some high-risk populations
    • All vaccines should comply with the WHO requirements for biological substances.
  532. Ulipristal General information
    Section
    Oral hormonal contraceptives
    • Oral > Solid: 30 mg tablet (ulipristal acetate)
  533. Umeclidinium General information
    Section
    Antiasthmatic and medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Indications
  534. Urea General information
    Section
    Dermatological medicines (topical) > Medicines affecting skin differentiation and proliferation
    • Local > Topical > Cream: 10%; 5%
    • Local > Topical > Ointment: 10%; 5%
  535. Valaciclovir General information
    Section
    Antiherpes medicines
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to aciclovir for Zoster Therapeutic equivalent to aciclovir for Varicella Therapeutic equivalent to aciclovir for Herpes simplex infections
  536. Valganciclovir General information
    Section
    Other antivirals
    • Oral > Liquid: 50 mg per mL powder for oral solution
    • Oral > Solid: 450 mg Tablet
    Indications