A pharmaceutical suspension may be defined as a coarse dispersion containing finely divided insoluble material suspended in a liquid medium. The physical chemist defines the word “suspension” as two-phase system consisting of an undissloved or immiscible material dispersed in a vehicle (solid, liquid, or gas).

  • Acetuff P

    Aceclofenac 50mg + Paracetamol 125mg/5ml Suspension

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  • Alcetra Plus

    Levocetirizine Dihydrochloride I.P 2.5mg, Ambroxol Hydrochloride I.P 15MG, Guaiphenesin I.P 50mg, Menthol I.P 1mg Syrup

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  • Cortiser

    Deflazacort 6mg / 5ml Suspension

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  • Fixiflox OZ

    Ofloxacin 50mg + ornidazole 125mg/5ml

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The drop is an approximated unit of measure of volume, the amount dispensed as one drop from a dropper or drip chamber. It is often used in giving quantities of liquid drugs to patients, and occasionally in cooking and in organic synthesis. The abbreviations gt or gtt come from the Latin noun gutta ("drop")

  • Apiyest

    Cyproheptadine HCL 1.5mg & Tricholine Citrate 55mg

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  • Calcid-D3

    Cholecalciferol 800IU

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  • Gastrofit

    Alpha-Amylase IP 20mg, Papain IP 10mg, Dill Oil IP 2mg, Anise Oil IP 2mg, Caraway Oil IP 2mg Drops

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  • Surgifit

    Multivitamins, Minerals with L-lysine Drops

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Dry Syrups

The items used in the manufacturing of dry syrup include excipients, granule disintegrates, granule binder and powder blends. Excipients are used for stabilization of active ingredients for a long period of time. the type of excipient used is based on the suitability for reconstitution and the type of the powder.

  • Fixital 50

    Cefixime 50mg / 5ml

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  • Fixital CV

    Cefixime 50mg and Clavulanic Acid 31.25mg / 5ml Dry

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  • Zetacef 50 CV

    Cefpodoxime Proxetil I.P 50mg and Potassium Clavulanic Acid 31.25mg Dry Syrup

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  • Zetacef 100 CV

    Cefpodoxime Proxetil I.P 100mg and Potassium Clavulanic Acid 31.25mg

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An injection is a way of administering a liquid to a person using a needle and syringe. It's also sometimes also called a 'shot' or 'jab'. Injections are used to give a wide variety of different medications, such as insulin, vaccines and Botox (onabotulinumtoxinA), but not all injections are the same.

Creams & Soaps

Creams are semisolid dosage forms containing more than 20% water or volatile components and typically less than 50% hydrocarbons, waxes, or polyols as vehicles. They may also contain one or more drug substances dissolved or dispersed in a suitable cream base.

  • Kidschoice RC

    Aqua, Petrolatum, Paraffinum Liquidum Cream

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  • Kidschoice SFC

    Aqua, Cetearyl Alcohol, Glycerin Cream

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  • kidschoice CB

    Disodium Lauryl Sulfosuccinate, Stearic Acid, Triticum vilgare starch, Cetearyl Alcohol Soap

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Lotions & Oils

A wide variety of other ingredients such as fragrances, glycerol, petroleum jelly, dyes, preservatives, proteins and stabilizing agents are commonly added to lotions. Lotions can be used for the delivery to the skin of medications such as: Antibiotics. Antiseptics.

  • Kidschoice SFL

    Aqua, Cetearyl Alcohol, Glycerin, Sorbitol, Paraffinum Liquidum

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  • Kidschoice So

    Glycine soja oil, Oleyl Erucate, Coco-Caprylate Massage Oil

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Oral Solutions

Oral Solutions primarily include water, ethanol, glycerin, syrups, and various blends of these ingredients. Aqueous-miscible cosol-vents used in smaller concentrations include propylene glycol and polyeth-ylene glycol. Most of the vehicles used for oral solutions can be used in topical solu-tions.