Brain Drain from pakistan

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Assignment of internship

Topic: Drug listing of pharmacy of Quaid-e-Azam international Hospital

Submitted to: Dr.Nowsherwan Kiyani and Dr.Asif

Submitted By: Sundas Javed

Dated: 24july,2013
Index

1. Vials
2. Ampoules
3. Syrup, suspension and elixers
4. Ear drop, eye drop and ointment
5. Nutritional Powder
6. Cream paste and ointment
7. Tablet and capsule
8. Fridge item
9. Infusion

Vials

Brand Name
Generic Name
Dosage Form
Strength
Classification
Indications
Expiry Date
Endopine
Cefipime HCL
Inj
500mg
Anti-biotic
Infection of urinary and lower respiratory tract infection,Pneumonia
06-16
Clafron
Ceftriaxone sodium
Inj
.5gm
Anti-biotic
Enteric fever, intra-abdominal infection, bone and joint infection
02-14
Clafron
Ceftriaxone sodium
Inj
1gm
Anti-biotic
Same as mentioned above
10-13
Rocephin
Ceftraxone
Inj
500mg
Anti-biotic
Sepsis, enteric fever
01-14
Rocephin
Ceftaxone
Inj
1mg
Anti-biotic
Same as mentioned above
11-13
Amkay
Amikacin sulphate
Inj
250mg
Anti-biotic
Bone, skin, soft tissue infection
01-14
Avelox
Moxifloxacin
Inj
400mg
Anti-biotic
Tuberculosis, bacterial infection
04-14
Furtum
Ceftazidime
Inj
250mg
Anti-biotic
Lower respiratory infection, Meningitis
03-14
Furtum
Ceftazidime
Inj
500mg
Anti-biotic
Same as mentioned above
01-14
Grasil
Amikacin sulphate
Inj
500mg
Anti-biotic
Severe systemic infection of CNS, bone skin and soft tissue infection
10-13
Invanz
Itrapenum sodium
Inj
1gm
Anti-biotic
Lower respiratory infection, upper respiratory infection, skin infection
01-14
Kefzol
Cefazolim sodium
Inj
1gm
Anti-biotic
Skin infection, lower respiratory infection
07-14
Klaricid
Clarithromycin
Inj
500mg
Anti-biotic
Upper and lower urinary tract infection, mycobacterial infection
06-14
Leflox
Levofloxacin
Inj
500mg
Anti-biotic
Pneumonia, Acute maxillary sinusitis
06-16
Mexipime
Cefipim
Inj
500mg
Anti-biotic
Lower

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