Schedule A1 (Pharmacy Only medicines)

Annexure:  1 to Bhutan Medicines Rules & Regulation 2012

Regulation Section: 249 a (i)

Schedule A1 (Pharmacy Only medicines)

The list below includes all therapeutic available dosage forms except any sterile/parenterals preparations. The strength of the medicines listed under this category shall also comply with the admissible clinical strengths.

Sl.No
Name of the Drug Sl. No Name of the Drug
1. Acyclovir skin ointment 36. Loratadine
2. Albendazole 37. Magnesium salts
3. Aluminium salts 38. Mebendazole
4. Aspirin 300mg 39. Mefenamic acid
5. Benzocaine choline salicylate 40. Methyl salicylate
6. Benzoyl peroxide 41. Miconazloe nitrate cream
7. Boric acid 42. Minoxidil solution/creams
8. Caffeine 43. Multivitamins (excluding single preparations for Vit A, D,E,K)
9. Calamine (cream/lotion) 44. Mupirocin
10. Carboxymethyl cellulose hypromellose 45. Naphazoline HCl
11. Calcium 46. Nitrofurazone cream
12. Ceterizine 47. Normal saline drops
13. Cetrimide 48. Nystatin
14. Chlopheniramine 49. Omeprazole
15. Chlorhexidine 50. Oral Rehydration Salts
16. Clotrimazole (cream/lotion/powder/ointment) 51. Oxymetazoline drops
17. Condoms Medicated 52. Paracetamol
18. Diclofenac sodium 53. Permethrin cream
19. Dicyclomine 54. Phenylephrine
20. Docosanol cream 55. Piroxicam
21. Domperidone 56. Povidone Iodine
22. Doxylamine and Pyridoxine 57. Promethazine
23. Ferrous sulphate 58. Pseudoephedrine HCl
24. Fexofenadine 59. Ranitidine
25. Folic acid 60. Salbutamol MDI (Metered Dose Inhaler)
26. Framycetin sulphate 61. Salicylic acid up to 40%
27. Gentian violet (paint) 62. Semithicone
28. Glutaraldehyde solution 63. Senna tablet
29. Hydrocortisone cream 64. Silver sulphadiazine cream
30. Hydroquinone, Oxybenzene, octinoxate (combination cream) 65. Sodium Citrate
31. Ibuprofen 66. Sodium cromoglycate eye drops
32. KY Medicated Jelly 67. Sucralfate solution
33. Lactulose 68. Terbinafine
34. Levonorgestrel 69. Urea cream
35. Lignocaine spray 70. Zinc oxide cream