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DPCO 2013- 348 essential medicine under price control: its impact in pharma industry

  • Author: Technical Expert
  • Create Time: 18/05/2013 11:29:56
  • Last Update Time: 18/05/2013 11:36:38
With the notification of the order, the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Policy (NPPP) 2012 comes into effect and all drugs under NLEM, which account for 60 per cent of total domestic pharma market amounting to nearly Rs 29,000 crore, would come under price control. The just-notified new drug price control policy will negatively impact sales and margins of pharmaceutical firms in India, according to industry players.

The notification of the new order comes into effect immediately. Ceiling prices of NLEM drugs will now be fixed as per the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Policy. The policy says that the ceiling price of an essential drug will be the simple average of all brands with a market share of at least 1 per cent.

Experts say prices could go down 30-60 per cent though there could be wide variations depending on the drug. NLEM includes drugs like Paracetamol, Tramadol, Carbamazepine, Ampicillin, Amikacin, Vitamin C, oral rehydration salts, etc.

NPPP-2012 took long to finalise due to differences between ministries of health and chemicals and fertilisers. Other stakeholders, industry and NGOs had also expressed their concerns on the suggested pricing model.

As per the new drugs policy, all strengths and dosages specified in the National List of Essential Medicines (NLEM) 2011 will be under price control.

According to market research firm IMS Health’s analysis, 348 essential medicines will now come under price control. These currently contribute Rs 13,033 crore to the total annual sales of Rs 72,762 crore. This share is estimated to come down by 12 per cent, to Rs 11,437 crore annually.

The government notified the new DPCO yesterday, bringing 348 essential medicines or 652 medicine packs of various dosages and strengths under direct price control, as against 74 bulk drugs earlier. The 2013 order allows pharmaceutical companies to withdraw existing products from the market within 45 days and introduce the same drugs in line with the new pricing regime. The prices of these 348 medicines are to be capped at the arithmetic average of all drugs in a particular segment with more than one per cent market share.

By IMS estimates, with the new price regime in place, the span of price control is expected to increase to 30 per cent from 18 per cent so far. While sales of multinational pharmaceutical firms are expected to take a hit of around 18 per cent, revenue of domestic firms are likely to erode by nine per cent annually. Among multinationals, GlaxoSmithKline, Abbott, Ranbaxy and Pfizer are the worst hit. Among domestic ones, those which would have to bear significant loss are Zydus Cadila, Cipla, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories and Sun Pharma.

Satish Reddy, vice-chairman and managing director of Dr Reddy’s,  welcomed the move for ending years of pricing uncertainty. “The shift to a market-based price control model is commendable, as it puts an end to the arbitrary pricing regime. The consumer stands to benefit with lowered prices of medicines. However, there is a need for the government to balance the interests of improving affordability of medicines with growth for the Indian pharmaceutical industry, which is heavily dependent on investments into research and development. The latter needs mechanisms that can spur an increase in innovation spend in the country,” he said.

He said the impact on his company was likely to be three to four per cent of its finished dosage sales in India.

According to the approved policy, prices of medicines will now be capped by taking simple average of all brands which have more than one per cent market share instead of input costs.

The Department of Pharmaceuticals had notified the Drugs (Prices Control) Order 2013 on Wednesday under which prices of 348 medicines in the National List of Essential Medicines (NLEM) have been brought under price control, thus replacing an earlier order of 1995 that regulated prices of only 74 bulk drugs.
Infact the DPCO 2013 will lead to the value erosion of the Indian pharmaceuticals market.

"Based on the DPCO 2013, IMS Health has estimated that the value erosion of the pharmaceutical market would be to the tune of Rs 1,600 crore (2.2 per cent of the current pharmaceutical market), post implementation," IMS Health South East General Manager Amit Backliwal said.

Drugs provisions in the policy also include promotion of non-branded generic drugs and low-cost drugs by creating a well spread out low-cost pharmacy chain through the Jan Aushadhi Programme so that the last mile reach of essential drugs are accessible and affordable to every village in the country.

List of 348 essential medicines

1.       25% Dextrose

2.       5-Amino salicylic Acid

3.       5-Fluorouracil

4.       Acetazolamide

5.       Acetyl Salicylic Acid

6.       Acriflavin+Glycerin

7.       Actinomycin D

8.       Activated Charcoal

9.       Acyclovir

10.     Adenosine

11.     Adrenaline Bitartrate

12.     Albendazole

13.     Albumin

14.     Allopurinol

15.     Alpha Interferon

16.     Alprazolam

17.     Aluminium Hydroxide + Magnesium Hydroxide

18.     Amikacin

19.     Amiodarone

20.     Amitriptyline

21.     Amlodipine

22.     Amoxicillin

23.     Amoxicillin+Clavulinic acid

24.     Amphotericin B
 
25.     Ampicillin

26.     Anti-D immunoglobin (human)

27.     Antitetanus Human immunoglobin

28.     Artesunate (To be used only in combination with
Sulfadoxine + Pyrimethamine)

29.     Ascorbic Acid

30.     Atenolol

31.     Atorvastatin

32.     Atracurium besylate

33.     Atropine Sulphate

34.     Azathioprine

35.     Azithromycin

36.     B.C.G Vaccine

37.     Barium Sulphate

38.     Beclomethasone Dipropionate

39.     Benzathine Benzylpenicillin

40.     Benzoin Compound

41.     Benzyl benzoate

42.     Betamethasone

43.     Betamethasone Dipropionate

44.     Betaxolol Hydrochloride

45.     Bisacodyl

46.     Bleaching Powder

47.     Bleomycin

48.     Bromocriptine Mesylate

49.     Bupivacaine Hydrochloride
 
50.     Busulphan

51.     Calamine

52.     Calcium carbonate

53.     Calcium gluconate

54.     Calcium Ipodate

55.     Carbamazepine

56.     Carbimazole

57.     Carboplatin

58.     Cefixime

59.     Cefotaxime

60.     Ceftazidime

61.     Ceftriaxone

62.     Cephalexin

63.     Cetrimide

64.     Cetrizine

65.     Chlorambucil

66.     Chloramphenicol

67.     Chlorhexidine

68.     Chloroquine phosphate

69.     Chlorpheniramine Maleate

70.     Chlorpromazine hydrochloride

71.     Ciprofloxacin Hydrochloride

72.     Cisplatin

73.     Clindamycin

74.     Clofazimine

75.     Clomiphene citrate
 
76.     Clopidogrel

77.     Clotrimazole

78.     Cloxacillin

79.     Coal Tar

80.     Codeine phosphate

81.     Colchicine

82.     Condoms

83.     Co-Trimoxazole (Trimethoprim + Sulphamethoxazole)

84.     Cryoprecipitate

85.     Cyanocobalamin

86.     Cyclophosphamide

87.     Cyclosporine

88.     Cytosine arabinoside

89.     D.P.T Vaccine

90.     Dacarbazine

91.     Danazol

92.     Dapsone

93.     Daunorubicin

94.     Desferrioxamine mesylate

95.     Dexamethasone

96.     Dexchlorpheniramine Maleate

97.     Dextran-40

98.     Dextran-70

99.     Dextromethorphan

100.    Diazepam

101.    Diclofenac
 
102.    Dicyclomine Hydrochloride

103.    Didanosine

104.    Diethylcarbamazine citrate

105.    Digoxin

106.    Dihydroergotamine

107.    Diloxanide Furoate

108.    Diltiazem

109.    Dimercaprol

110.    Diphtheria Antitoxin

111.    Dithranol

112.    Dobutamine

113.    Domperidone

114.    Dopamine Hydrochloride

115.    Doxorubicin

116.    Doxycycline

117.    Efavirenz

118.    EMLA cream

119.    Enalapril Maleate

120.    Enoxaparin

121.    Erythromycin Estolate

122.    Esmolol

123.    Ethambutol

124.    Ether

125.    Ethinylestradiol

126.    Ethinylestradiol + Levonorgesterol

127.    Ethinylestradiol + Norethisterone
 
128.    Ethyl Alcohol 70%

129.    Etoposide

130.    Factor IX Complex (Coagulation Factors II,VII, IX, X)

131.    Factor VIII Concentrate

132.    Famotidine

133.    Fentanyl

134.    Ferrous Salt

135.    Filgrastim

136.    Fluconazole

137.    Flumazenil

138.    Fluorescein

139.    Fluoxetine hydrochloride

140.    Flutamide

141.    Folic Acid

142.    Folinic Acid

143.    Formaldehyde IP

144.    Framycetin Sulphate

145.    Fresh frozen plasma

146.    Furosemide

147.    Gemcitabine hydrochloride

148.    Gentamicin

149.    Gentian Violet

150.    Glibenclamide

151.    Glucagon

152.    Glucose

153.    Glucose with sodium chloride
 
154.    Glutaraldehyde

155.    Glycerin

156.    Glyceryl Trinitrate

157.    Griseofulvin

158.    Haloperidol

159.    Halothane with vaporizer

160.    Heparin Sodium

161.    Hepatitis B Vaccine

162.    Homatropine

163.    Hormone  Releasing IUD

164.    Hydrochlorothiazide

165.    Hydrocortisone sodium succinate

166.    Hydrogen Peroxide

167.    Hydroxychloroquine phosphate

168.    Hydroxyethyl Starch (Hetastarch)

169.    Hyoscine Butyl Bromide

170.    Ibuprofen

171.    Ifosfamide

172.    Imatinib

173.    Imipramine

174.     Indinavir

175.    Insulin Injection(Soluble)

176.    Intermediate Acting(Lente/NPH Insulin)

177.    Intraperitoneal Dialysis Solution

178.    Iodine

179.    Iopanoic Acid
 
180.    Ipratropium bromide

181.    Iron Dextran

182.    Isoflurane

183.    Isoniazid

184.    Isosorbide 5 Mononitrate/Dinitrate

185.    Ispaghula

186.    IUD containing Copper

187.    Ketamine Hydrochloride

188.    L- Asparaginase

189.    Lamivudine

190.    Lamivudine + Nevirapine + Stavudine

191.    Lamivudine + Zidovudine

192.    Leflunomide

193.    Levodopa+ Carbidopa

194.    Levothyroxine

195.    Lignocaine

196.    Lignocaine Hydrochloride

197.    Lignocaine Hydrochloride + Adrenaline

198.    Lithium Carbonate

199.    Lorazepam

200.    Losartan Potassium

201.    Magnesium sulphate

202.    Mannitol

203.    Measles Vaccine

204.    Medroxy Progesterone Acetate

205.    Mefloquine
 
206.    Meglumine Iothalamate

207.    Meglumine Iotroxate

208.    Melphalan

209.    Mercaptopurine

210.    Mesna

211.    Metformin

212.    Methotrexate

213.    Methyl Cellulose

214.    Methyl Ergometrine

215.    Methyldopa

216.    MethylPrednisolone

217.    Methylrosanilinium Chloride (Gentian Violet)

218.    Methylthioninium chloride (Methylene blue)

219.    Metoclopramide

220.    Metoprolol

221.    Metronidazole

222.    Miconazole

223.    Midazolam

224.    Mifepristone

225.    Misoprostol

226.    Mitomycin-C

227.    Morphine Sulphate

228.    Multivitamins (As per Schedule V of Drugs and
Cosmetics Rules)

229.    N/2 Saline

230.    N/5 Saline
 
231.    N-acetylcysteine

232.    Naloxone

233.     Nelfinavir

234.    Neomycin + Bacitracin

235.    Neostigmine

236.     Nevirapine

237.    Nicotinamide

238.    Nifedipine

239.    Nitrofurantoin

240.    Nitrous Oxide

241.    Norethisterone

242.    Normal Saline

243.    Nystatin

244.    Ofloxacin

245.    Olanzapine

246.    Omeprazole

247.    Ondansetron

248.    Oral Poliomyelitis vaccine (LA)

249.    Oral Rehydration Salts

250.    Oxaliplatin

251.    Oxygen

252.    Oxytocin

253.    Paclitaxel

254.    Pantoprazole

255.    Paracetamol

256.    Penicillamine
 
257.    Pentamidine Isothionate

258.    Permethrin

259.    Pheniramine Maleate

260.    Phenobarbitone

261.    Phenylephrine

262.    Phenytoin Sodium

263.    Phytomenadione

264.    Pilocarpine

265.    Piperazine

266.    Platelet Rich Plasma

267.    Polygeline

268.    Polyvalent Antisnake Venom

269.    Potassium Chloride

270.    Potassium Permanganate

271.    Povidone Iodine

272.    Pralidoxime Chloride(2-PAM)

273.    Praziquantel

274.    Prednisolone

275.    Prednisolone Acetate

276.    Prednisolone Sodium Phosphate

277.    Premix Insulin 30:70 injection

278.    Primaquine

279.    Procainamide Hydrochloride

280.    Procarbazine

281.    Promethazine

282.    Propofol
 
283.    Propranolol hydrochloride

284.    Propyliodone

285.    Protamine Sulphate

286.    Pyrazinamide

287.    Pyridostigmine

288.    Pyridoxine

289.    Pyrimethamine

290.    Quinine sulphate

291.    Rabies immunoglobin

292.    Rabies Vaccine

293.    Raloxifene

294.    Ranitidine

295.    Riboflavin

296.    Rifampicin

297.    Ringer Lactate

298.     Ritonavir

299.    Salbutamol sulphate

300.    Salicylic Acid

301.     Saquinavir

302.    Sevoflurane

303.    Silver Sulphadiazine

304.    Sodium Bicarbonate

305.    Sodium Iothalamate

306.    Sodium Meglumine Diatrizoate

307.    Sodium Nitrite

308.    Sodium Nitroprusside
 
309.    Sodium Stibogluconate

310.    Sodium Thiosulphate

311.    Sodium Valproate

312.    Specific antisnake venom

313.    Spironolactone

314.    Stavudine

315.    Stavudine+Lamivudine

316.    Streptokinase

317.    Streptomycin Sulphate

318.    Succinyl choline chloride

319.    Sulfadoxine + Pyrimethamine

320.    Sulfasalazine

321.    Sulphacetamide Sodium

322.    Sulphadiazine

323.    Tamoxifen Citrate

324.    Terbutaline Sulphate

325.    Testosterone

326.    Tetanus Toxoid

327.    Tetracaine Hydrochloride

328.    Thiamine

329.    Thiopentone Sodium

330.    Timolol Maleate

331.    Tramadol

332.    Trihexyphenidyl Hydrochloride

333.    Tropicamide

334.    Tuberculin, Purified Protein derivative
 
335.    Urokinase

336.    Vancomycin Hydrochloride

337.    Vecuronium

338.    Verapamil

339.    Vinblastine sulphate

340.    Vincristine

341.    Vitamin A

342.    Vitamin D (Ergocalciferol)

343.    Warfarin sodium

344.    Water for Injection

345.    Zidovudine

346.    Zidovudine+ Lamivudine+ Nevirapine

347.    Zinc Oxide

348.    Zinc Sulfate​
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PARESH   30/07/2014 14:07:55  
[Helpful]   very good.
PRABHAT KUMAR SINHA   19/07/2014 23:48:55  
[Helpful]    i wish to a watch on how soon this is going to reflect in medicine bills. will raise consumer awareness to the extent possible
Sagar   15/07/2014 20:07:48  
[Not Helpful]    This is not usefull we must compare with price. Must Put it with starting &  ending price
dr r mishra   12/04/2014 15:26:53  
[Helpful]   article is useful,but benchmark prices should be mentioned with medicines,to curb the unproffesional attitude of pharma industry.      
RAKESH SINGH   01/04/2014 15:07:55  
[Helpful]    DPCO DRUG LIST
RAKESH SINGH   01/04/2014 15:07:49  
[Helpful]    DPCO DRUG LIST
samson.s   27/03/2014 19:08:28  
[Helpful]    thank you
patelunnati   15/03/2014 14:18:45  
[Helpful]    it is very helpful..
Vinod   14/02/2014 11:55:49  
[Helpful]  
chintan   13/02/2014 17:50:28  
[Helpful]   how dpco decides the drug list and dose?
on which base?

how they can say this are essential?

in anti tussive category, why they select only two  molecules and particularly tablet nd only 30mg srenth? why syrup is not considered as an essential?

i m doing my project on dpco. 
owais ghazi   31/01/2014 22:09:12  
[Not Helpful]  
SPARSH GUPTA   02/01/2014 13:42:26  
[Helpful]    dpco 2013
RAGHUNATH PATEL   24/12/2013 14:23:06  
[Helpful]  
RAGHUNATH PATEL   24/12/2013 14:22:13  
[Helpful]   WELCOME FOR THIS BUJET. 
VIJAYKUMAR   22/11/2013 17:02:08  
[Helpful]    Please send me latest list of products single and combination  comes under DPCO-2013.I want to clarify whether
Each 5 ml contains
Paracetamol--125mg and Prothazine----5mg
comes under DPCO-2013
Thanks
ashpk parmar   11/11/2013 14:56:29  
[Helpful]   rate should be given 
ashpk parmar   11/11/2013 14:56:26  
[Helpful]   rate should be given 
ashpk parmar   11/11/2013 14:56:23  
[Helpful]   rate should be given 
ashpk parmar   11/11/2013 14:56:20  
[Helpful]   rate should be given 
Babulal sirvi   11/11/2013 02:58:44  
[Helpful]  
Nilay   24/10/2013 22:44:55  
[Helpful]    pls. provide me the product rate under dpco..
jaswanth kumar   15/10/2013 14:46:57  
[Helpful]    dear sir/mam
can u please send this list with price in pdf form to my email id.
thank you 
m.kannababu   03/10/2013 13:38:13  
[Helpful]   Dear Sir ,
Revised price list we require
please send the revised price list 

Thanking you
mukesh sharma   30/09/2013 20:36:56  
[Not Helpful]    really threats for pharma industries,R&D,education and trade also.Should decrease the rate of petrol,gas,electricity,vegetables.
Kindly send the ceiling price of all dpco drugs
mukesh sharma   30/09/2013 20:36:53  
[Not Helpful]    really threats for pharma industries,R&D,education and trade also.Should decrease the rate of petrol,gas,electricity,vegetables.
Kindly send the ceiling price of all dpco drugs
raveena   30/09/2013 17:23:37  
[Helpful]    Pentazocin API requirement
divya   29/09/2013 20:56:47  
[Helpful]    please  send me the latest price list for those medicines which goverment has revised under drug price control order 2013
divya   29/09/2013 20:56:42  
[Helpful]    please  send me the latest price list for those medicines which goverment has revised under drug price control order 2013
abdul   28/09/2013 15:35:26  
[Helpful]   thanx for govt
Chandrashekhar B. Jadhav   26/09/2013 21:16:00  
[Helpful]    can u please send this list with price in pdf form to my email id.
thanks.

anisa   19/09/2013 01:19:34  
[Helpful]    Wish U had added the approved  price for all Generics under control.

What other alternative can be used to acquire this information
arjun singh   15/09/2013 00:12:22  
[Helpful]  
sandeep kumar gupta   11/09/2013 01:08:10  
[Helpful]   VERY GOOD  DPCO
sandeep kumar gupta   11/09/2013 01:04:08  
[Helpful]    VERY GOOD BUT PLEAS HELP ME 
dinesh pandey   06/09/2013 10:43:55  
[Helpful]   plese send me new prices list for dpco all drug.
dinesh pandey   06/09/2013 10:43:50  
[Helpful]   plese send me new prices list for dpco all drug.
dinesh pandey   06/09/2013 10:43:44  
[Helpful]   plese send me new prices list for dpco all drug.
francis xavier   05/09/2013 07:35:04  
[Helpful]    very useful.please sent dpco product price list.that's very useful to me.
Ravi Pandey   31/08/2013 13:28:26  
[Helpful]    I would like to know the prices of these drugs against their names
pankaj shah   30/08/2013 10:07:05  
[Helpful]    there is lot of confusion regarding sales of some life saving prod new dpco rate still not mfd and old goods is still not avialable so pl take positive action for pations
OM PRAKASH SARDA   26/08/2013 20:38:23  
[Helpful]    JENRICK MEDICIYAN KI RET LIST KHA PAR MILEGI
Mohanrathod   25/08/2013 21:33:45  
[Helpful]   i need list of 348 drugs 
BALAJI   24/08/2013 20:52:52  
[Helpful]    this is very help full
but please give prices also
asish tivari   24/08/2013 19:47:25  
[Helpful]    pl's come to new price medicine
s ramamurthy   23/08/2013 20:55:01  
[Helpful]   does this apply for combinations packs for which no of products are there or for only single molecules packs. why kill govt companies who were in the market earlier did they survive produce or became unbearable or no money moola for the politician like coal or 2g
s ramamurthy   23/08/2013 20:51:45  
[Helpful]    our govt depts are experts in putting hundred controls and confusion so that no one can follow and the babu politician nexus spoil the industry who cares for lakhs of employees families suffer later.is the system workable great cofusers at centre god save the country
s ramamurthy   23/08/2013 20:51:34  
[Helpful]    our govt depts are experts in putting hundred controls and confusion so that no one can follow and the babu politician nexus spoil the industry who cares for lakhs of employees families suffer later.is the system workable great cofusers at centre god save the country
s ramamurthy   23/08/2013 20:51:27  
[Helpful]    our govt depts are experts in putting hundred controls and confusion so that no one can follow and the babu politician nexus spoil the industry who cares for lakhs of employees families suffer later.is the system workable great cofusers at centre god save the country
pravin   22/08/2013 18:59:42  
[Helpful]    Kindly send me
Sadan kumar   18/08/2013 22:17:14  
[Helpful]    Very good !! Assure that big companies continues manufacturing  these molecule stand alone,so that people get real benefit of DPC products.
balaji   17/08/2013 17:09:47  
[Helpful]   sir please send dpc list with prices please please
mohan   17/08/2013 09:14:18  
[Helpful]  
dipak gupta   16/08/2013 13:38:39  
[Helpful]  
sunaramoorthy   16/08/2013 10:18:59  
[Helpful]    good
somnath   16/08/2013 09:08:00  
[Helpful]   pls. provide me the list of medicine which under dpco  with price list. 

thanks

somnath   16/08/2013 09:07:56  
[Helpful]   pls. provide me the list of medicine which under dpco  with price list. 

thanks

ravi pisupati   15/08/2013 09:38:51  
[Helpful]    need tablets antioxidents carbonyl iron eye drops nsid antibiotics and their strengths come under dpco 2013 ceiling mrps
AJAY   14/08/2013 15:02:39  
[Comment Only]   Public ki bhavanao ke sath kilwad hai ye price list companyo ki kamai badha kar aam retelar ko lutane ka plan hai ye  
ANIL SHAH   13/08/2013 15:43:51  
[Helpful]    PLEASE INFORM SAT ISABGOL IS UNDER THIS ACT IF YES PLEASE INFORM THE  FIXED PRICE ENABLE TO PURCHASE
ANIL SHAH
ANIL SHAH   13/08/2013 15:41:10  
[Helpful]    PLEASE INFORM US RATE FIXED BY GOVERNEMENT ON SAT ISABGOL ENABLE TO PURCHASE.
ANIL SHAH
vijay   11/08/2013 22:16:25  
[Helpful]    please send me datewise limit to sale the dpco prducts
dilip gadiya   10/08/2013 21:40:22  
[Helpful]    please send me the list of revised drugs with old as well as new mrp
mahendra shah   09/08/2013 18:42:19  
[Helpful]    it is very helpful..but updation is not fulfil. so please update the all news..
kanhaiya   08/08/2013 20:37:02  
[Helpful]    plz privide selling prise list
kanhaiya   08/08/2013 20:36:56  
[Helpful]    plz privide selling prise list
kanhaiya   08/08/2013 20:35:18  
[Helpful]    mahoba
Ravi Prakash Yadav   08/08/2013 13:13:55  
[Helpful]    plz privide selling prise list.
Jitu Chainani   08/08/2013 12:44:57  
[Not Helpful]  
sanjoy majumder   06/08/2013 23:38:07  
[Helpful]  

very much. it would be of further help if comparative prices [old & new] could be provided. thank you.
would there be any impact on the mrp/cost prices vis a vis profit margin of generic version of medicines?

ABERINGA BIA   06/08/2013 21:33:46  
[Helpful]    this is a nice document but condition to use the drug for should be indicated.
Samuel George   06/08/2013 16:10:31  
[Helpful]   please also give the ceiling price for the drugs coming under DPCO.
Samuel George   06/08/2013 16:10:26  
[Helpful]   please also give the ceiling price for the drugs coming under DPCO.
Samuel George   06/08/2013 16:10:19  
[Helpful]   please also give the ceiling price for the drugs coming under DPCO.
SHREE MEDICAL & GENERAL STORES   06/08/2013 14:32:26  
[Helpful]  
vinod mane   05/08/2013 18:06:11  
[Helpful]    ..
raj   04/08/2013 02:11:19  
[Helpful]    s but revised price list may help more
MANISH MEHTA   03/08/2013 14:48:13  
[Helpful]   pls.advice us that human mixtard-10ml (voil)under dpco or out of
dpco
Balaji Agencies Akola(M.S.)   03/08/2013 13:23:03  
[Helpful]    I am one of the Distributor for ur organisation.Some confusion for rates of Streptokinase 15Lac IU.So I request u to please send me the new rates of this ie dpco2013
abasaheb   02/08/2013 21:03:10  
[Helpful]   thanks for help
abasaheb   02/08/2013 21:02:33  
[Helpful]  
PRADIP KHAIRE,MALEGAON   02/08/2013 16:10:38  
[Helpful]   very good,please provide me the list of 348 drugs along with his prices
sujit   02/08/2013 01:37:10  
[Helpful]   It's very good. Pls provide me the dpco product price list.
mohanlal   01/08/2013 20:11:14  
[Helpful]    help full
thank you
mohanlal   01/08/2013 20:11:11  
[Helpful]    help full
thank you
pankaj tiwari   30/07/2013 23:43:56  
[Helpful]   it is helpful,if it is given by brand name with manufacturer, then it easy to find out. 
ketanvyas   30/07/2013 16:22:53  
[Helpful]   Respected sir, i want to request that please dont give the drug name please give me the name tablet.
ketanvyas   30/07/2013 16:22:48  
[Helpful]   Respected sir, i want to request that please dont give the drug name please give me the name tablet.
Ganesh   29/07/2013 23:16:20  
[Helpful]    We need price list along with the combination of drug which can go under DPCO. 
Altova Health Care.1
mahendranath   29/07/2013 16:08:46  
[Helpful]    thank u
ramesbabu   27/07/2013 21:12:44  
[Helpful]    we need list of price control medicine zydus cadila & division
ramesbabu   27/07/2013 21:12:38  
[Helpful]    we need list of price control medicine zydus cadila & division
manoj kumar jain   27/07/2013 17:04:56  
[Helpful]   list is not enuf becosue revised mrp & brand are not provide
sadih   27/07/2013 13:51:17  
[Helpful]    very informative
renjith   27/07/2013 09:55:45  
[Helpful]    pls provide the prices also
N SURESH KUMAR   26/07/2013 12:54:02  
[Helpful]   Thank you,

very informative and useful,

will like to be updated regularly,
 

Madhu   24/07/2013 21:17:20  
[Helpful]  
Madhu   24/07/2013 21:16:58  
[Helpful]    See # 255 paracetamol
rahul   24/07/2013 18:07:14  
[Helpful]   good ye to hona hi tha 
shubham   24/07/2013 11:19:26  
[Helpful]  
elango   24/07/2013 10:01:46  
[Helpful]    pls give the  pricelist  for nlem listed products
M.BHANU PRAKASH GUPTHA   19/07/2013 16:38:31  
[Helpful]    good
shaurabh aggarwal   16/07/2013 17:00:17  
[Helpful]   insulin is easy now for purchase then novarapid or levinir?
rajib saha   13/07/2013 01:33:45  
[Helpful]    plz mention the new price of all these drug,it will help us to know more ..........
sachin kole   12/07/2013 16:42:22  
[Helpful]   please provide with brand names
mohan motwani   11/07/2013 17:12:41  
[Helpful]   sir,
very informative and useful,
will like to be updated regularly,
Pradeep   10/07/2013 15:55:57  
[Helpful]   All,

Price list can be shared by me. PM to kommi.9090@gmail.com. 

Regards.
vijeshcpatel   08/07/2013 20:59:01  
[Helpful]  
neelthakur   08/07/2013 13:45:46  
[Helpful]  

will prise for combination be effective or not

amit pandya   07/07/2013 15:32:37  
[Helpful]   verry use full list
Sanjay sharma   07/07/2013 07:43:34  
[Helpful]  
Deepanko Sinha   07/07/2013 00:36:58  
[Not Helpful]    Number of important drugs comon usage not touch.
meghraj jain   05/07/2013 18:02:08  
[Helpful]   pl.quote rate also
meghraj jain   05/07/2013 18:01:56  
[Helpful]   pl.quote rate also
MUNISH   03/07/2013 00:37:44  
[Helpful]   VERY NICE BAHUT ACHHA HUA JO YE DPCO WALA KARY HUAA HAI
KYOKI LOGO KO PARESHANI HOTI THI KI KABHI DOCTER LUTTA THA
PESHENT KO AB LOGO KO SUKUN MILEGA.
AB DOCTER LUTEGA TAB PATA CHALEGA KI AJJ MUJHE TUOR JANA HAI YA NAHI.
        THANKS YOU
ABHISHEK KUMAR SHUKLA   29/06/2013 20:24:45  
[Helpful]    show & note down
yogendrasingh   29/06/2013 13:58:07  
[Helpful]  
RAJENDRA BHALERAO   28/06/2013 13:49:12  
[Helpful]  
RAJENDRA BHALERAO   28/06/2013 13:49:10  
[Helpful]  
RAJENDRA BHALERAO   28/06/2013 13:49:08  
[Helpful]  
dineh parmar   28/06/2013 12:05:28  
[Helpful]    any kid of drug should come in dpco after 15 year becoz it brings eveluation in pharma industry to bringing new research drug with less side effect,minimum adeverse effect and also well known effect ,clinicly stuided .
dineh parmar   28/06/2013 12:05:24  
[Helpful]    any kid of drug should come in dpco after 15 year becoz it brings eveluation in pharma industry to bringing new research drug with less side effect,minimum adeverse effect and also well known effect ,clinicly stuided .
dineh parmar   28/06/2013 12:05:21  
[Helpful]    any kid of drug should come in dpco after 15 year becoz it brings eveluation in pharma industry to bringing new research drug with less side effect,minimum adeverse effect and also well known effect ,clinicly stuided .
dineh parmar   28/06/2013 12:05:18  
[Helpful]    any kid of drug should come in dpco after 15 year becoz it brings eveluation in pharma industry to bringing new research drug with less side effect,minimum adeverse effect and also well known effect ,clinicly stuided .
anand jogad khamgaon   28/06/2013 01:10:12  
[Helpful]   try to easy for understanding otherwise good 
anand jogad khamgaon   28/06/2013 01:10:04  
[Helpful]   try to easy for understanding otherwise good 
sunil gupta   27/06/2013 22:23:20  
[Helpful]  
sunil gupta   27/06/2013 22:22:26  
[Helpful]    totally antibiotics,multivitamins,nsaid's,cough syp,should come under dpco.because these are the drugs by which patient is mostly treated at higher cost .
DILIP SHAH   25/06/2013 12:36:24  
[Helpful]   sir,
pl send list of price fixed drugs.

DILIP.SHAH
R Srinivasan   18/06/2013 17:24:52  
[Helpful]   Is there all variants under DPCO or
eg, para 300/250/250DT/DS/650/Inj/125Sus
Rajesh S.Vaidya   14/06/2013 00:14:44  
[Helpful]   Good.
Rajesh S.Vaidya   14/06/2013 00:13:44  
[Helpful]  

Thanks but dont withdrowl these 348 drugs.

Ramanlal Karwa   02/06/2013 17:21:27  
[Helpful]   what is the position of combinations containing one or more drugs of essential list?
whether prices are fixed for single ingradient formulations only?
prices of combination formulations?

Ramanlal Karwa   02/06/2013 17:21:17  
[Helpful]   what is the position of combinations containing one or more drugs of essential list?
whether prices are fixed for single ingradient formulations only?
prices of combination formulations?

Ramanlal Karwa   02/06/2013 17:21:14  
[Helpful]   what is the position of combinations containing one or more drugs of essential list?
whether prices are fixed for single ingradient formulations only?
prices of combination formulations?

Ramanlal Karwa   02/06/2013 17:15:29  
[Helpful]  
B.MANIKANDAN   30/05/2013 22:09:20  
[Helpful]   super 
B.MANIKANDAN   30/05/2013 22:08:39  
[Helpful]    super
manikandan   29/05/2013 20:27:41  
[Helpful]  
RAJESH KUSHWAHA   28/05/2013 17:58:04  
[Helpful]  

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