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  1. moxifloxacin hydrochloride- Name:
    Avelox, Vigamox
  2. moxifloxacin hydrochloride- Drug Schedule:
    1
  3. moxifloxacin hydrochloride- Pharmacare:
    • Avelox: Tabs: 400 mg -Unlisted, Injectable: 400 mg/250 mL minibag - Unlisted
    • Vigamox: Eye drops: 0.5% -Unlisted
  4. moxifloxacin hydrochloride- Dose and Forms:
    • Avelox: Tabs: 400 mg, Injectable: 400 mg/250 mL minibag
    • Vigamox: Eye drops: 0.5%
  5. Fusidic Acid and Derivatives- Indications:
    Fusidic acid and its derivatives indicated for infections by susceptible bacteria in the skin. Contraindicated in patients with hypersensitivity. The ointment is contraindicated in patients with hypersensitivity to lanolin.
  6. fusidate sodium- Name
    Fucidin
  7. fusidate sodium- Schedule:
    1
  8. fusidate sodium- Pharmacare:
    Unlisted
  9. fusidate sodium- Dose and Forms
    Ointment 2%
  10. fusidic sodium- Name:
    Fucidin
  11. fusidic sodium- Schedule:
    1
  12. fusidic sodium- Pharmacare:
    Unlisted
  13. fusidic sodium- Dose and Forms:
    Cream 2%
  14. fusidic acid hemihydrate- Name:
    Fucithalmic
  15. fusidic acid hemihydrate- Schedule:
    1
  16. fusidic acid hemihydrate- Pharmacare:
    Unlisted
  17. fusidic acid hemihydrate- Dose and Forms:
    Eye drops 1%
  18. fusidic acid hemihydrate/hydrocortisone acetate- Name
    Fucidin H
  19. fusidic acid hemihydrate/hydrocortisone acetate- Schedule
    1
  20. fusidic acid hemihydrate/hydrocortisone acetate- Pharmacare:
    Unlisted
  21. fusidic acid hemihydrate/hydrocortisone acetate- Dose and Forms: 
    Cream: fusidic acid hemihydrate 2% + hydrocortisone acetate 1%
  22. Metronidazole indications:
    Metronidazole indicated for intra-abdominal infections by susceptible anaerobic bacteria, bacterial vaginosis, and various protozoalinfections. Contraindicated in patients with hypersensitivity, active seizure disorders, or a history of blood dyscrasias, hypothyroidism or hypoadrenalism.
  23. Nitrofurantoin Indications:
    Nitrofurantoin and its derivatives indicated for urinary tract infections. Contraindicated in hypersensitivity, renal disease, pregnant patients in labour, and infants < 1 m.o.
  24. metronidazole- Name:
    Flagyl, Metronidazole, MetroCream, MetroGel MetroLotion
  25. Metronidaxole- Schedule:
    1
  26. Metronidazole- Pharmacare:
    • Flagyl: Caps: 500 mg -Partial, Vaginal Cream: 10% - Unlisted
    • Metronidazole: Tabs: 250 mg - Full, Caps: 500 mg - Full
    • MetroCream/Gel/Lotion: Cream: 0.75% -Unlisted, Gel: 0.75% & 1% -Unlisted, Lotion: 0.75% -Unlisted
  27. Metronidazole- Dose and Forms:
    • Flagyl: Caps: 500 mg, Vaginal Cream: 10%
    • Metronidazole: Tabs: 250 mg, Caps: 500 mg
    • MetroCream/Gel/Lotion: Cream: 0.75%, Gel: 0.75% & 1%, Lotion: 0.75%
  28. nitrofurantoin macrocrystals- Name:
    Macrodantin (discontinued), TevaNitrofurantoin
  29. nitrofurantoin macrocrystals- Schedule:
    1, except for vet use
  30. nitrofurantoin macrocrystals- Pharmacare:
    • Macrodantin: Caps: 50 mg -Unlisted, Caps: 100 mg -Unlisted
    • Teva-Nitrofurantoin: Caps: 50 mg & 100 mg – Full
  31. nitrofurantoin macrocrystals- Dose and Forms:
    Caps: 50 and 100 mg
  32. nitrofurantoin monohydrate/ nitrofurantoin macrocrystals- Name
    MacroBID
  33. nitrofurantoin monohydrate/ nitrofurantoin macrocrystals- Schedule:
    1, except for vet use
  34. nitrofurantoin monohydrate/ nitrofurantoin macrocrystals- Pharmacare:
    Unlisted
  35. nitrofurantoin monohydrate/ nitrofurantoin macrocrystals- Dose and Forms:
    Caps: 100 mg 
  36. Antifungals Indications:
    Indicated for infections by susceptible fungi. Fluconazole is mainly used for oral and systemic candidal infections and terbinafine is used for fungal infections of the skin and nails. Contraindicated in patients with hypersensitivity. Fluconazole is also contraindicated in patients taking cisapride.
  37. fluconazole- Name:
    Diflucan, CanesOral
  38. fluconazole- Schedule:
    Schedule 1except 150 mg cap indicated for single dose treatment for vaginal candidiasis is Schedule 3CanesOral is Schedule 3
  39. fluconazole- Pharmacare:
    • Diflucan: Tabs: 50 & 100 mg -Unlisted, Caps: 150 mg –Partial **SA required**, Susp: 10 mg/mL -Unlisted, Injectable: 2 mg/mL – Unlisted
    • CanesOral: Unlisted
  40. fluconazole- Dose and Forms:
    • Diflucan: Tabs: 50 & 100 mg, Caps: 150 mg, Susp: 10 mg/mL, Injectable: 2 mg/mL
    • CanesOral: Caps: 150 mg
  41. terbinafine hydrochloride- Name:
    Lamisil
  42. terbinafine hydrochloride- Schedule:
    1
  43. terbinafine hydrochloride- Pharmacare:
    Tabs: 250 mg –Partial **SA required**, Cream: 10 mg/g -Unlisted, Spray: 10 mg/g -Unlisted
  44. terbinafine hydrochloride- Dose and Forms:
    Tabs: 250 mg, Cream: 10 mg/g, Spray: 10 mg/g
  45. Antivirals Indications:
    Indicated for herpes infections.  Contraindicated in patients with hypersensitivity
  46. acyclovir- Name:
    Zovirax
  47. acyclovir- Schedule:
    1
  48. acyclovir- Pharmacare:
    Tabs: 200 & 400 mg – Partial,  Tabs: 800 mg –Unlisted, Susp: 200 mg/5mL -Unlisted, Ointment: 50 mg/g -Unlisted, Cream: 50 mg/g -Unlisted
  49. acyclovir- Dose and Forms:
    Tabs: 200, 400 & 800 mg, Susp: 200 mg/5 mL, Ointment: 50 mg/g, Cream: 50 mg/g
  50. valacyclovir hydrochloride- Name:
    Valtrex
  51. valacyclovir hydrochloride- Schedule:
    1
  52. valacyclovir hydrochloride- Pharmacare:
    Tabs: 500 mg -Partial Tabs: 1000 mg -Unlisted
  53. valacyclovir hydrochloride- Dose and Forms:
    Tabs: 500 & 1000 mg

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