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Pharmaceutical Requirements at Smart Health Clinics

The IPHS 2022 guidelines include a comprehensive list of essential medicines that should be available at Smart Health Clinics. The list spans various categories of medicines, addressing a wide range of health conditions. Here are the categories and some examples of the medicines listed:

1Anesthetics1. Oxygen gas for inhalation, 2. Lignocaine Topical form 5%
2Analgesics, Antipyretics, NSAIDs, Medicines for Gout and Rheumatoid1. Aspirin, 2. Diclofenac, 3. Ibuprofen, 4. Paracetamol
3Anti-allergic and Medicines for Anaphylaxis1. Levocetirizine, 2. Hydrocortisone Succinate Injection, 3. Adrenaline Injection
4Antidotes and Substances for Poisoning1. Atropine Injection, 2. Activated Charcoal
5Anti-convulsants, Anti-epileptics, Anti-psychotics1. Magnesium Sulfate Injection, 2. Diazepam, 3. Midazolam Nasal Spray
6Anti-bacterial1. Amoxicillin, 2. Gentamicin, 3. Co-trimoxazole, 4. Doxycycline
7Anti-fungal1. Clotrimazole, 2. Miconazole, 3. Fluconazole
8Anti-malarial, Anti-leprosy, Anti-tuberculosis1. As per Program Guidelines
9Intestinal Anthelmintics1. Albendazole
10Medicines for Palliative Care1. Lactulose Oral liquid, 2. Povidone Iodine Lotion
11Anti-anaemic1. Ferrous salt with Folic acid, 2. Vitamin K Injection
12Cardiovascular Medicines1. Isosorbide-5-mononitrate, 2. Atenolol, 3. Metoprolol
13Anti-hypertensive Medicines1. Amlodipine, 2. Enalapril, 3. Telmisartan
14Hypolipidemic Medicines1. Atorvastatin
15Medicines for Dementia1. Alprazolam
16Dermatological Medicines1. Silver sulphadiazine Cream, 2. Betamethasone Cream, 3. Calamine Lotion
17Disinfectants and Antiseptics1. Ethyl Alcohol Solution, 2. Hydrogen Peroxide Solution, 3. Bleaching Powder
18Ear, Nose, and Throat Medicines1. Ciprofloxacin Drops, 2. Boro-Spirit ear drop
19Gastrointestinal Medicines1. Ranitidine, 2. Omeprazole, 3. Ondansetron
20Contraceptives1. Various contraceptives including Ethinylestradiol with Levonorgestrel, 2. Copper-bearing intra-uterine devices, 3. Male Condoms
21Medicines for Diabetes Mellitus1. Glimepiride, 2. Metformin
22Thyroid and Anti-thyroid Medicines1. Levothyroxine
23Vaccines and Oxytocics1. As per current National Programme Guidelines, 2. Misoprostol
24Medicines Acting on the Respiratory Tract1. Budesonide, 2. Salbutamol, 3. Normal Saline Drops
25Solutions for Water, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Disturbances1. Ringer Lactate Injection, 2. Sodium Chloride Injection, 3. Dextrose Solutions
26Vitamins and Minerals1. Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), 2. Calcium Carbonate, 3. Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D), 4. Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6), 5. Vitamin A Oral Liquid, 6. B Complex Tablet
27Ophthalmological Medicines1. Sodium Cromoglycate Eye Drops, 2. Methylcellulose Eye Drops
28Diuretics1. Furosemide Injection and Tablet

This list is intended to ensure that Single Doctor Smart Health Clinic s are equipped to provide a broad spectrum of basic healthcare services, addressing common and urgent health needs in the community. It’s important to note that this list might be updated or modified based on national guidelines, availability, and specific community health needs