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Medicines and Related Substances Control Act, 1965 (Act No. 101 of 1965)

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Annexure 2 : Classes of Medicines in categories C and D (veterinary complementary medicines)

 

Annexure 2

 

Classes of Medicines in categories C and D (veterinary complementary medicines)

 

1.        Central and Peripheral Nervous System

1.1        Central nervous system stimulants.

1.1.1        Central analeptics.

1.1.2        Respiratory Stimulants.

1.2        Anaesthetics.

1.2.1        Inhalation anaesthetics.

1.2.2        Parenteral anaesthetics.

1.2.3        Local anaesthetics.

1.3        Narcotic analgesics.

1.3.1        Opioid agonists.

1.3.2        Opioid antagonists.

1.4        Sedatives.

1.4.1        Sedative hypnotics.

1.4.2        Sedative analgesics.

1.4.3        Sedative antagonists.

1.5 Anticonvulsants including anti-epileptics.
1.6 Tranquillisers.
1.6.1 Phenothiazine
1.6.2 Butyrophenone derivatives.
1.7 Neuroleptanalgesics.
1.8 Analgesic antipyretics.
1.9 Medicines used for euthanasia.

 

2. Autonomic Nervous System
2.1 Sympathomimetics.
2.2 Sympatholytics.
2.3 Cholinergics.
2.4 Antimuscarinics.

 

3. Musculo-Skeletal System and Joints
3.1 Anti-inflammatory.
3.1 .1 Steroidals.
3.1.2 Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
3.1.2.1 Non selective COX2 inhibitors.
3.1.2.2 Selective COX2 inhibitors.
3.1.3 Topical agents.
3.1.4 Combinations.
3.1.5 Other.
3.2 Analgesics
3.2.1 Opioids.
3.2.2 NSAIDs.
3.2.3 Topical agents.
3.2.4 Combinations.
3.3 Muscle relaxants.
3.3.1 Centrally acting.
3.3.2 Peripherally-acting.

 

4. Autacoids
4.1 Histamine inhibitors.
4.1.1 Antihistamines.
4.1.2 Histamine release inhibitors.
4.2 Serotonin antagonists.
4.3 Others.

 

5. Cardio-Vascular System
5.1 Positive inotropic agents.
5.1.1 Cardiac glycosides.
5.1.2 Methylxanthines.
5.1.3 Others.
5.2 Anti-arrhythmics.
5.3 Vasodilators.
5.3.1 Peripheral- acting vasodilators.
5.3.2 Angiotensin inhibitors.
5.3.3 Calcium channel inhibitors.

 

6. Blood And Haemopoeitic System
6.1 Coagulants, haemostatics.
6.2 Anticoagulants.
6.3 Haematinics.
6.4 Plasma expanders.

 

7. Respiratory System
7.1 Antitussives and expectorants.
7.2 Mucolytics.
7.3 Bronchodilators.
7.4 Combinations.

 

8. Gastro-Intestinal System
8.1 Mouth washes.
8.2 Emetics.
8.3 Anti-emetics.
8.4 Acid-reducers.
8.4.1 Antacids and combinations.
8.4.2 Histamine-2 receptor antagonists.
8.4.3 Proton pump inhibitors.
8.4.4 Cytoprotective agents.
8.5 Motility enhancers.
8.5.1 Lubricants and Faecal softeners.
8.5.2 Laxatives and Purgatives.
8.6 Antispasmotics.
8.7 Antidiarrhoeals.
8.7.1 Plain.
8.7.2 With anti-microbial agents.
8.7.3 Antimicrobial agents.
8.7.4 Biologicals.
8.8 Analgesics.
8.9 Digestants.
8.10 Preparations used in the rumen.
8.10.1 Ruminotorics.
8.10.2 Anti-bloat remedies.
8.10.3 Others.

 

9. Hepatic System
9.1 Cholagogues and cholerectics.
9.2 Liver protectants and lipotropics.

 

10. Urinary System
10.1 Diuretics.
10.2 Urolitholytics and antispasmodics.
10.3 Urinary tract antiseptics.
10.4 pH modifiers.
10.4.1 Urinary acidifiers.
10.4.2 Urinary alkalinisers.
10.5 Others.

 

11. Reproductive System
11.1 Intravaginal and intra- uterine preparations.
11.2 Sex hormones.
11.2.1 Testosterone.
11.2.2 Oestrogens.
11.2.3 Progesterones and Progestogens.
11.2.4 Combinations.
11.3 Prostaglandins.
11.4 Trophic hormones.
11.5 Myometrial stimulants (Ecbolics).
11.6 Myometrial relaxants (Tocolytics).
11.7 Ovulation controlling agents.

 

12. Endocrine System
12.1 Insulin preparations.
12.2 Thyroid preparations.
12.3 Corticosteroids.
12.4 Growth Hormone.
12.5 Anabolic steroids.

 

13. Dermatologicals
13.1 Disinfectants and cleaning agents.
13.2 Antiseptic and antimicrobial preparations.
13.3 Antipuritics.
13.3.1 Topical corticosteroids with or without anti- infective agents.
13.3.2 Topical antihistamines with or without anti-infective agents.
13.4 Emollients and protectives.
13.5 Rubefacients and counter irritants.
13.6 Keratolytics.
13.7 Antifungals.
13.8 Anti-parasitics.

 

14. Ophthalmic And Aural Preparations
14.1 Anti- infectives.
14.2 Corticosteroids.
14.3 Combinations (anti-infective with corticosteroids).
14.4 Others.

 

15. Wounds
15.1 Wound antiseptics.
15.2 Wound dressings.
15.3 Desloughing agents.

 

16. Mammary Gland
16.1 Intra-mammary preparations.
16.2 Preparations for the care of teats and udders.

 

17. Antimicrobials
17.1 Antibacterials.
17.1.1 Beta- lactams.
17.1.1.1 Penicillins.
17.1.1.2 Cephalosporins.
17.1.2 Tetracyclines.
17.1.3 Aminoglycosides.
17.1.4 Macrolides and Lincosamides.
17.1.5 Amphenicol.
17.1.6 Quinolones.
17.1.7 Sulphonamides and potentiators.
17.1.8 Nitrofurans.
17.1.9 Polypeptides.
17.1.10 Other.
17.1.11 Antibacterial combinations.
17.2 Antifungals.
17.3 Antivirals_
17.4 Anti-protozoals.
17.4.1 Anticoccidials.
17.4.2 Antibabesials.
17.4.3 Spirochaeticides.
17.4.4 Others.

 

18. Antiparasitic Agents
18.1 Endoparasiticides.
18.1.1 Benzimidazoles and Probenzimidazoles.
18.1.2 Macrocyclic lactones.
18.1.3 Halogenated salicylanilides and Nitrophenols.
18.1.4 Imidazoles

18.1.5 Tetrahydropyrimidines.

18.1.6 Piperazines.

18.1.7 Organophosphores.

18.1.9 Combinations.

18.2 Endectocides.
18.3 Ectoparasiticides.
18.3.1 Organochlorines.
18.3.2 Organophosphores.
18.3.3 Pyrethrin and Pyrethroids.
18.3.4 Fomiamidines.
18.3.5 Nitroquanidines.
18.3.6 Phenylpyrazoies.
18.3.7 Insect growth hormones.
18.3.8 Chitin inhibitors.
18.3.9 Others.
18.3.10 Combinations.

 

19. Vitamins, Minerals And Geriatric Preparations
19.1 Vitamins only.
19.2 Vitamin and mineral combinations.
19.3 Minerals and electrolytes.
19.4 Vitamins, electrolytes and aminoacid combinations.

 

20. Cytostatic Agents

 

21. Immune Modulating Agents

 

22. Chelating Agents

 

23. Contrast Media

 

24. Biologicals
24.1 Dogs vaccines.
24.2 Cats vaccines.
24.3 Poultry vaccines.
24.4 Other vaccines.
24.5 Other biologicals.

 

25. Production Enhancers
25.1 Antimicrobials.
25.2 Sex Hormones.
25.3 Beta agonists.
25.4 Other.

 

26. Fish and aquatic species Medicines

 

27. Feed additives

 

28. Veterinary Complementary Medicines: Discipline-Specific Traditional Claims
28.1 Aromatherapy
28.2 Homeopathy
28.3 Phytotherapy
28.4 Traditional Chinese Medicine
28.5 Unani Medicine
28.6 Western Herbal Medicine
28.7 Combination Product
28.8 Other Herbal

 

29. Veterinary Complementary Medicines: Supplements
29.1 Amino acids
29.2 Aminosaccharides
29.3 Animal Extracts, Products and Derivatives
29.4 Carotenoids
29.5 Enzymes
29.6 Fats, Oils and Fatty Acids
29.7 Minerals
29.8 Polyphenols (including Bioflavonoids)
29.9 Probiotics
29.10 Saccharides (including prebiotics)
29.11 Vitamins
29.12 Multiple substance formulation
29.13 Other