|Posted by rohit on September 17, 2011 at 11:25 AM||comments (0)|
A physical fitness program shoould not be taken lightly
It requires a life long commitment of time and effort.
|Posted by rohit on September 17, 2011 at 11:20 AM||comments (0)|
PATTING DRY AFTER A BATH HELPS YOU UNWIND,WHEREAS BRISKLY RUBBING YOUR SKIN WITH A TOWEL
WILL HELP TO INVIGORATE YOU
|Posted by rohit on September 14, 2011 at 10:20 AM||comments (0)|
QUOTE FOR THE DAY
Cinnamon helps decongest the nasal passage and helps prevent
flatulence,diarrhoea and indigestion.It is a good TONIC for your system at the START OF THE DAY.
SO ENJOY CINNAMON
|Posted by rohit on December 12, 2010 at 12:23 PM||comments (0)|
We at Sundaram Healthcare , a sister concern of DEVIDAYAL HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION inviting application for following courses
1. CERTIFICATE IN AYURVEDIC MEDICINE AWARENESS
2. DIPLOMA IN ACUPRESSURE
3. DIPLOMA IN SUJOK THERAPY
4. DIPLOMA IN PHYSIOTHERAPY
DR.ROHIT ARORA MD is giving his articles regularly
For general public here is a list of the medicines which are banned in many countries but easily available in India
1.Phenylpropanolamine : commonly found in cough and cold medicines
2. Metamizole (Analgin) : pain killer
3.Oxyphenbutazone : pain killer
4. Nimesulide: pain killer
5. Cisapride : acidity and constipation
6. Furazolidone and Nitrofurazone : acts against some bacteria and protozoa causing diarrhea
7. Cerivastatin : anti cholesterol
8. Phenolphthalein : purgative (treating loose motion)
9. Quinodochlor : diarrhea
10. Tegaserod : IBS and chronic constipation
11. Human Placental extract : cosmetic industry
12. Thioridazine : anti psychotic drug
13. Pergolide : used to treat parkinsonism
14. Avastin : cancer
15. NITROFURAZONE: anti bacterial cream
16. DROPERIDOL: anti depressant
17. PIPERAZINE: anti worm
5. Methapyrilence and its salts
6. Penicillin skin/ eye ointment
7. Tetracycline liquid
8. Oxytetracycline liquid oral preparation
9. Demeclocycline liquid oral preparation
11. FDC of chloramiphericol with other drugs for internal use
12. FDC of Ergot with any drugs
13. FDC of Vitamins with anti-inflammatory agents and tranquilisers
14. FDC of Atropine with analgesics and antipyretics
15. FDC of Yohimbine and strychnine with Testosterone and vitamins.
16. FDC of iron with Strychnine, Arsenic and Yohimbine.
17. Chloral hydrate
18. FDC of sodium bromide with other drugs.
19. FDC of Tetracycline with vitamin C.
20. FDC of antihistamins with antidiarrhoeals.
21. FDC of Penicillins with Sulfonamides
22. FDC of vitamins with analgesics
23. FDC of prophylactic vitamins with Anti TB drugs except isoniazid with Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6).
24. FDC of Strychnine and Caffeine in Tonic.
25. FDC of Hydroxy Quinolines groups of drugs with other drugs and liquid oral antidiarroheal or any other dosage form for paediatric use except for external use.
26. FDC of corticosteroid for internal use
27. FDC of Anabolic steroid with other drugs.
28. Combination of high dose of Estrogen and Progesterone (low dose combination is allowed for its use as contraceptive)
29. FDC of Sedatives/ hypnotics/ anxiolytics with analegesic and antipyretics.
30. FDC of anti-TB drugs except the under-stated combinations.
(a) (I) Pyrizinamide 1000mg; 1500mg
(II) Rifampicin 450mg; 600mg
(III) Isoniazid 300mg; 300mg
(b) (I) Ethambutol 600mg; 800mg
(II) Isoniazid 200mg; 300mg.
31. FDC of Histamin H2 receptor antagonists with antacid except any combination approved by DCGI.
32. Patent and proprietary medicines having alcohol more than 20% except preparation listed in IP.
33. All preparations containing chloroform exceeding 0.5% w/w or v/v whichever is appropriate.
34. FDC of anthelmintics with cathartics or purgatives except for piperazine.
35. FDC containing more than one antihistaminic drug.
36. FDC of Salbutamol or any other bronchodilator with central acting antitussives and/ or antihistamines.
37. FDC of Laxatives and/ or antispasmodic drugs in enzyme preparations.
38. FDC if metoclopramide with other drugs except with Aspirin/ Paracetamol.
39. FDC of centrally acting antitussives with antihistamin as having atropine like activity in expectorent.
40. Preparations claiming to combat cough associated with asthma that contain a centrally acting antitusive and/ or antihistamine.
41. Liquid oral tonic having glycerol phosphates and other phosphates and/ or CNS stimulants and such preparations having alcohol more than 20%.
42. FDC containing Pectin and/ or Kaolin with any drug which is systemically absorbed through GI tract.
43. Toothpaste/ toothpowder containing tobacco.
44. Dovers powder IP Dovers Powder IP Tablets.
45. Antidiarrohoeal preparations containing kaolin/ pectin/ attapulgite/ activated charcoal.
46. Antidiarrohoeal preparations having phthalye sulphathiozole, Sulphaguinidine, succinic sulphathiozole, Neomycin, streptromycin, dihydro streptomycin or their salt.
47. Antidiarrhoeal formulation in any form for Pediatric use containing Diphenoxylate or Loperamide or Atropine or belladonna including their salts, esters or metabolites or their extracts or alkaloids.
48. FDC of antidiarrhoeals with electrolytes,
49. Oral Rehydration salts (ORS)-other than conforming to WHO formula or Pharmacapoeial preparation.
50. FDC of Analgin with any other drugs.
51. FDC of Dextropropoxyphene with any other drug except with antispasmodics and or NSAID
52. FDC of Phenylbutazone or Oxyphenbutazone with other drugs.
53. FDC of allopathic drugs with Ayurvedic, Siddha or Unani drugs.
54. Mepacrine Hydrochloride (Quina-crine and its salts) in any dosage form for use for female sterilization or contraception.
55. Fenfluramine and Dexfenfluramine.
56. FDC of streptomycin with penicillin.
57. FDC of Vitamin B1, B6 & B12.
58. Fixed dose combination of Nitrofuratoin and Trimethoprim.
59. Fixed dose combination of Phenobarbitone with any antiasthamatic drugs.
60. Fixed dose combination of Phenobarbitone with Hyoscin and/or
61. Fixed dose combination of Phenobarbitone with Ergotamine and/or
62. Fixed dose combination of Haloperidol with any anti-cholinergic agent including Propentheline Bromide.
63. Fixed dose combination of Nalidixic acid with any antiramoebics including Metronidazole.
64. Fixed dose combination of Loperamide Hydrochloride with Furazolidone.
65. Fixed dose combination of Cyproheptadine with Lysine or Peptone.
66. Fixed dose combination of Diazepam and Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride.
67. Cisapride- Only qualified gastro-enterologists such as super specilists holding DM in gastro-enterology are permitted to prescribe cisapride.
70. Sildenafil citrate. To be prescribed by endocrinologists, Urologists and Psychiatrist only.