Doping Manual

 

REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES

TO CONTROL PROHIBITED SUBSTANCES

IN RACING PIGEONS IN

THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

 

“THE MANUAL”

 

PREFACE

As a result of its affiliation with SASCOC, SANPO is bound to give serious attention to the establishment of regulations and procedures to control prohibited substances in racing pigeons in the Republic of South Africa.

 

SANPO has accomplished this by the creation and compilation of this Manual. This Manual was approved by SASCOC on 16 November 2004. Its use and application will, notwithstanding the measures set out in the Manual, be explained to pigeon fanciers in an exceptionally practical video format.

 

While the above process was under way the South African Government signed the World Anti- Doping Code. Article 16 of the Code, which refers to doping control for animals competing in sport, stipulates –

 

“16.1 In any sport that includes animals in competition, the International Federation for that sport shall establish and implement anti-doping rules for the animals included in that sport. The anti-doping rules shall include a list of Prohibited Substances, appropriate testing procedures and a list of approved laboratories for sample analysis.

 

16.2 With respect to determining anti-doping rule violations, results management, fair hearings, consequences and appeals for animals involved in sport, the International Federation for that sport shall establish and implement rules that are generally consistent with Articles 1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 13 and 17 of the Code.”

 

Without sounding pompous SANPO is sincerely proud that its initial actions were in line with developments and events worldwide and that today SANPO complies with the requirements laid down by the World Anti-Doping Code.

 

Through this Manual, SANPO binds itself anew, not only to fair and reasonable competition between its members, but also to the welfare and protection of the racing pigeon in general.

 

SANPO 2019

 

THE USE OF THIS MANUAL IS COMPULSORY FOR ALL SANPO MEMBERS

 

Section 1 – Prohibited Substances

 

1.1            Substances, which are prohibited in pigeon racing in the Republic of South Africa

 

It is important that pigeons do not participate in racing while injured, ill or while having an unfair performance advantage. In this light the main drug classes, which need to be controlled, are those which mask injury and pain, those that could improve athletic performance, and substances which interfere with the analysis of the sample.

 

As can be seen from the above, there is much function in the selection of the drugs, which are prohibited in pigeon racing. Without control of these drugs not only the integrity of the sport, but the health of the pigeon is compromised, possibly to the level of cruelty to the pigeon.

 

It will be noted that many drug classes are not prohibited for racing pigeons. Many of these are drugs, which can (with correct treatment) only have beneficial effects to the injured, infected or ill pigeon such as anti-bacterial (e.g. Antibiotics) and anti-viral preparations. However, the effects of different drugs and drug types are constantly being researched and the list of prohibited drugs can be changed at any time by SANPO, but always with ample warning to the pigeon fancier.

 

Note that salt and esters of the drugs within the drug classes given below (e.g. diclofenac sodium and testosterone decanoate) are also prohibited.

 

1.1.1         Drugs masking injury and pain

 

These are drugs, which prevents the pigeon from experiencing the full extent of injury in that they have painkilling properties. Experiencing injury is important as it prevents the pigeon from aggravating the injury through exercise and strain.

 

1.1.1.1       Narcotic Analgesics (Opiates)

 

These are drugs with very potent pain-relieving properties, which depress the central nervous system, often related in structure to morphine. With the use of these drugs there is a decrease in the perception of pain from injury, resulting in exercise and exertion, which could aggravate the injury.

 

1.1.1.2       Analgesics

 

Analgesics relieve pain by increasing the pain threshold. With the use of these drugs the onset of injury and injury in itself may not be perceived. Note that these may be contained in couch medicines.

 

1.1.1.3       Non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAID’s)

 

Inflammation is a natural process of healing, which is most visible as swelling and redness. It is most often observed in muscle tissue, which has been injured through exercise or strain. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatories reduce the pain of inflammation, often resulting in too much exercise considering the injury and often leading to further injury and possibly permanent muscle damage.

 

1.1.1.4       Corticosteroids

 

Corticosteroids have many effects, among others the same anti-inflammatories effects as the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. They differ from the latter drug classes in that they possess a steroid structure. These synthetic compounds can be identical in structure to naturally occurring corticosteroids (e.g. hydrocortisone) or related in structure.

 

1.1.2         Drugs improving athletic performance

 

These drugs improve the athletic ability of the pigeon and can be endogenous (naturally occurring in the body) or non-endogenous substances. Some of the drugs have in themselves an effect while others induce physical changes to the body or induce changes in the level of endogenous compounds.

 

1.1.2.1       Bronchodilators

 

These drugs include the important sub-class of beta-blocker drugs (adrenoreseptor stimulants). These have the effect of dilating (widening, relieving constriction) the bronchial passages. The widening of bronchi increases the air and oxygen transport potential of the lungs, which can be performance enhancing under specific conditions.

 

1.1.2.2       Anabolic steroids

 

These compounds have anabolic effects on the body. These synthetic compounds can be identical in structure to naturally occurring anabolic steroids (e.g. testosterone) or related in structure. The effect of these drugs are most often not immediate and long-term treatment is often required. The resultant effect is that of an increase in muscle mass compared to fat. A more muscular pigeon could have a performance advantages under certain exercise conditions.

 

1.1.2.3       Synthetic Hormones

 

This drug class refers mainly to synthetic protein hormones (e.g. chorionic gonadotrophin, erythropoietin, growth hormone and insulin), which are similar in structure to endogenous hormones. In the pigeon these synthetic compounds mimic the action of the natural hormones and in effect increase the levels of the last- mentioned. Such increases often disturb the delicate biochemical balance of the body and incorrect treatment can be very detrimental to the pigeon. While these synthetic hormones are mostly designed for human use some of these can be very harmful to pigeons, resulting in strong immune responses, heart attacks and death. The most significant hormones in this class include the synthetic human analogues of insulin (regulates carbohydrate metabolism), growth hormone (has anabolic effects and promote growth) and erythropoietin (stimulates an increase in mature red blood cells).

 

1.1.2.4       Drugs acting on the nervous system

 

Some drugs acting of the nervous system can enhance performance through physical and psychological effects.

 

1.1.2.4.1    Stimulants

 

Stimulants enhance physical and psychological performance. Heart rate and blood pressure can increase and the risk of cerebral haemorrhage (stroke) and cardiac arrest is increased. Note that caffeine is contained in coffee and tea and theobromine in cocoa products.

 

1.1.3         Interfering Compounds

 

These are compounds, which do not necessarily have an effect on the body but which is administered with the purpose to purposefully interfere with the isolation and detection of prohibited drugs in the pigeon. Such compounds are often also referred to as “masking agents”.

 

1.2            List of Prohibited Substances Registered for Racing Pigeons in South Africa (ANNEXURE 13)

 

SANPO will from time to time draw up a list of prohibited substances and will publish such a list.

 

Section 2 – The Improper Use of Prohibited Substances

 

2.1            With the expression improper use of prohibited substances in racing pigeons is meant exposure of racing pigeons to prohibited substances, of whatever nature found to be harmful to racing pigeons or that may be expected to be harmful in excessive quantities and/or concentrations. Prohibited substances prescribed by a veterinarian as a medicine or medical treatment shall be excluded as a violation in as far as sick or diseased pigeons only are concerned and will be subject to a quarantine period and certification. However, the organisation in special circumstances may have samples collected from such treated pigeons to confirm that the medicines and substances prescribed are indeed those certified.

 

2.2            The administration of prohibited substances with the purpose of influencing the performance of the racing pigeon participating in or being prepared for participation in a race, or in a training flight, shall be regarded as an improper use and shall be prohibited. Further participation in races and in training flights, with pigeons that have had such prohibited substances administered to them, is likewise prohibited.

 

2.3            The owner of racing pigeons hereinafter referred to as the “fancier “will at all times be held responsible, whenever the improper use of prohibited substances is administered to his pigeons.

 

Section 3 – Medical Treatment

 

3.1            Racing pigeons under medical treatment with prohibited substances such as determined in Section 1 may not participate in races or training flights of the organisation and are to be isolated from the fancier’s other pigeons participating in the organised races.

 

3.2            The Member and affiliates federation, union or club is authorized to test any pigeons of club members at any level on the night of basketing only.

 

               

3.3            Medical treatment with prohibited substances such as determined in Section 1 for racing pigeons in organised races is no reason for a positive result. It constitutes a violation and is subject to a disciplinary hearing and penalties.

 

3.4            This Section is not applicable to international, national or one loft organisations where under veterinarian supervision and discretion the entire race loft could be treated with products that contain a prohibited substance to ensure their good health or the prevention of illness. All pigeons in this case will test positive for the same substances, which is deemed as a fair practice and in the best interests of the organised race or training flight.

 

Section 4 – Sampling

 

4.1            Declaration of Compliance (ANNEXURE 1)

 

4.1.1         All SANPO members needs to comply and no need for a document to be signed in the beginning of a season.

 

 

 

 

4.1.2         The declaration by fanciers will also include that they co-operate to assist the organisation to control the improper use of prohibited substances in terms of the Manual, in order to promote the sport.

 

4.1.3         In the same spirit that pigeons are entrusted and cared for and released on time in good faith by the designated conveyor and representative of the organisation so too are the procedures determined in this manual to be declared as reasonable and fair by every fancier.

 

4.1.4         In terms of Section 4.1.5 the spiking of a fancier’s pigeons on route to the race is unreasonable and that such allegation will be disregarded in terms of the conditions and the wherewithal fanciers also accept the transport and care of their pigeons to the race point provided by the organisation.

 

4.2            Authorisations to undertake sampling (ANNEXURE 3)

 

4.2.1         Any organisation may explicitly and in writing order sampling and / or any further sampling. An organisation might choose to test on a surprise basis if proper records is kept of every test.

 

4.2.2         Sampling, will take place under the responsibility and supervision of the organisation by specially appointed sample collectors (at least two) and always after having been instructed by the management committee of such an organisation. Sampling shall be done according to the Manual as determined in Sections 4 and 5.

 

4.3            Co-operation, Responsibilities, Obligations and Instructions

 

4.3.1         The sample collectors appointed by the Management Committee of the organisation must possess acceptable proof of identification, such as a passport, driver’s licence or identity document and the written order of appointment by the organisation as per ANNEXURE 3.

4.3.2         Members of the organisation shall give total co-operation in sampling as declared and shall, in terms of the Manual, give access to their racing pigeons to be inspected, and allow all procedures stipulated in the Manual to be executed, as agreed upon in the declaration of compliance ANNEXURE 1 and Section 4.3

 

4.3.3         Every fancier is advised to keep a diary of products that is administered to his race loft inmates on a weekly basis and of the dosage, etc. This information would be very valuable in determining the unlikely, but possible introduction of prohibited substances for which the fancier is unaware, in which case the fancier would have to consult with the manufacturer of the product.

 

4.3.4         After the sampling procedure is completed, sample collectors will inform the organisation that has instructed them that the instructed sampling was executed and submit the reporting documents CLUB RECORD known as the Sampling Report.

 

4.4            Interaction with fanciers where samples are collected

 

4.4.1         According to the type of sampling and the time of collection, sample collectors will inform the fancier as to their instruction from the organisation as to what the specific requirements and actions the sampling will involve. Fanciers can take his own sample under supervision.

 

4.4.2         Sample collectors will respect the property and rights of the fancier and will conduct themselves in a professional, dignified and co-operative manner.

 

4.4.3         After the collection the organisation will inform the fanciers that the samples are to either couriered to any SANPO APPROVED Laboratory for testing or, kept on hold under cold conditions at the club or in a secure fridge facility should it be required at a future date.

 

4.5            Sample collecting kits and precautionary measures

 

4.5.1         Instruments and equipment used for the collection of faecal samples required for detecting the presence of prohibited substances will be supplied by the organisation.

 

4.5.2         The official sampling kit and accessories must be kept clean and cautiously utilised to ensure successful testing, the elimination of cross contamination and the integrity of the sample.

 

4.5.3         Kits and equipment dependent on the type of sample required could include pigeon baskets, pens, sealed specimen bottles, labels, wooden spatulas, gloves, plastic sheeting, metal seals, sealing wire, sealable security bags, stationery and documentation which must be prepared and completed during the sampling procedure. The Organisation will arrange for non-absorbent sheeting, preferably plastic, to line the floor of the basket.

 

4.5.4         A new sampling kit made up by the organisation will be opened for each individual fancier’s sample collection to avoid cross contamination and the presence of the fancier is required in opening the sampling kit bags and observing the sampling procedure so as to eliminate any allegation of spiking. The fancier will sign for the receipt and verification of a kit that was intact. (club record)

 

4.5.5         Instruments and equipment for the sampling kits will be pre-purchased by the organisation from SANPO.

 

4.5.6         A prepaid postal bag that allows 1kg of contents will also be supplied by the organisation.

 

4.6            General Guidelines for samples applicable to all collections

 

4.6.1         In every case the relevant or selected pigeons need to be separated from the racing loft into a basket supplied by the fancier.

 

4.6.2         The ring ID and numbers of these pigeons must be noted on the relevant “Sampling Report” form (Club Record).

 

4.6.3         If more than one sample needs to be collected such as a water sample then the same procedure mentioned above is repeated. Samples of drinking water are usually only taken when the fancier has NOT been informed ahead of time of the instructed sampling exercise or collection.

 

4.6.4         Whilst waiting for the collectable faeces’ samples, during sampling, collectors complete the forms and labels. Any direct information forwarded to the laboratory linking the pigeons or their owners to the samples is prohibited.

 

4.6.5         When the bottles are filled and sealed, the labels completed and the seal numbers are recorded, the fanciers or authorised representative may wish to make any remarks about the sampling proceedings or deviations on the “Sampling Report” CLUB RECORD form or allow the sample collectors to note these on the form on his behalf. The sample collectors and the owner sign the Sampling form after ensuring all the required data has been entered correctly and that the declarations have been made.

 

4.6.6         Should the fancier or his representative or a special appointed observer refuses to sign as witness to the collection, the sample collectors record these facts and their reasons for their refusal and sign the Sampling Report club record, accordingly.

 

4.6.7         The first sample bottle “A” / “Original” with the sample of faeces is intended for the analysis. The bottle “B”/ ”Reference” is intended for the counter-analysis and shall be retained and stored for safekeeping by the laboratory until after the stipulated period for a counter-analysis has expired.

 

4.6.8         Both sealed sample bottles, in the sealed security bag, shall be placed together with a copy of the sample docket , in the prepaid postal bag.

 

4.6.9         If samples in the security bag(s) are not to be kept “on hold” as prescribed by Section 5.1.1.2 and are awaiting the first possible delivery, they are to be kept in a fridge until collected safely and delivered to the appointed laboratory referred to in Section 6, by courier or the postal service on a counter to counter basis.

 

4.6.10        The laboratory must supply confirmation data as to the receipt of the samples and their suitability for testing. This includes the condition of the security bag numbers, the sample bottle and seal numbers, the condition of the bottles, sample contents, seals, etc and sample docket information as stipulated in Section 4.7.

 

4.6.11        The laboratory cannot accept for its analysis procedure any pair of sample bottles, which contains less than 1 heaped teaspoon of collected faeces per sample bottle.`

 

4.7            Sample Docket

 

4.7.1         The sample docket contains only that information required by the laboratory that secures the intactness and identity of samples to be analysed. Any sample docket, document, label, etc. accompanying samples for analysis may not reflect any data that bears reference to the pigeons involved or to their owners. The sample docket is the only reference and identity document that connects each sample with the organisation and the laboratory.

 

4.7.2         The sample docket number contains the following information the name of the relevant organisation, e.g. PSPU

 

  • the date, g. 12/07/04

 

 

4.7.3

 

4.8            The Sampling Report (Club Records)

 

4.8.1         A report is made of each sample collected. The fancier writes his own remarks on the sampling report.

 

4.8.2         The fancier signs that the sampling kit was intact at the start of the sampling procedure.

 

4.8.3         If two samples are taken at the same fancier (e.g. faeces and drinking water), two reports need to be filled in, with separate sample docket numbers.

 

4.8.4         Such a report contains

 

(a)            SCRAP

(b)           the name of the fancier being inspected (c)    the date and place of sampling.

(d)            the identity of the sample collectors.

(e)            the remarks (deviation report) in writing and signature of the fancier present at the sampling procedure.

(f)              the remarks of the sample collectors and their signatures.

(g)            the numbers allocated on the security bags.

(h)            the ID and ring numbers of the pigeons investigated that were isolated. – if applicable

(i)             the metal seal numbers used to seal the specimen bottles “A” and “B”.

(j)             SCRAP

(k)            SCRAP

(l)             the basket number if a race pannier of pigeons are sampled.

(m)           a “Water” or “Faeces” sample, Pre -race, Post – race or Random procedure.

 

4.8.5         The original for the organisation’s Sampling Report file fax or scan of club Record must be sent to SANPO.

 

4.8.6         To ensure anonymity, the laboratory must not be sent a copy.

 

Section 5 – Sample Collection Procedures

 

5.1            Organisation

 

5.1.1         Pre-race Procedures

 

Before pigeons undertake an organised race, pre-race sampling can be undertaken on the race marking night, entry or basketing. It is recommended that sampling of faeces from all or selected fanciers’ pigeon baskets, be undertaken, on selected basketing evenings when deemed necessary by the organisation and that the collected samples either be forwarded for analysis immediately or frozen and securely retained on hold in a fridge, for analysis on a future date.

 

Sampling at liberation is reckoned as pre-race sampling when selected race panniers are sampled immediately after liberation.

 

With pre-race sampling the fancier is informed about the instruction to be executed at the club and race entry premises. The fancier’s basket is retained immediately as he leaves the basketing hall and sampling is undertaken in the manner described in Section 5.1.1.1.

 

Water from drinking troughs and storage tanks can also be taken at the clubs or at the liberation point when the pigeons are given water before liberation.

 

5.1.1.1       Basketing evenings When immediate testing is required

 

5.1.1.1.1    It is recommended that the fanciers’ baskets in which the fancier brings his / her pigeons to the clubhouse to enter the race always be cleaned before they are brought to the clubhouse.

 

5.1.1.1.2    The order is issued by the organisation to which fanciers’ baskets are to be sampled

 

5.1.1.1.3    The club and / or individual fancier are, informed before basketing commences.

 

5.1.1.1.4    The authorised sampling collectors will identify themselves, according to Section 4.3.

 

5.1.1.1.5    Sampling Collection Kits Instruments and equipment used for the collection of faecal samples required for detecting the presence of prohibited substances will be supplied by the organisation. The sampling kit and accessories must be kept clean and cautiously utilised to ensure successful testing, the elimination of cross contamination and the integrity of the sample. The official kit and equipment will include two sealed sample bottles “A” / “Original” and “B” / “Reference”, labels, wooden spatula, gloves, metal seals, sealing wire, sealable security bag and documentation which, must be prepared and completed during the sampling

 

5.1.1.1.6    The fancier once finished basketing his race entrants, exits the basketing hall to have his baskets intercepted and then witnesses the faeces sample collection procedure together with the collectors at a spot away from the normal club / organisation’s activities. These baskets are immediately taken aside for sampling as the fancier leaves the basketing area. He signs for the intact receipt of the sampling kit at the start of the sampling procedure and opens the bag (Club Record). The seals and document numbers are recorded on the labels, dockets and Sampling report.

 

5.1.1.1.7    The Collectors put on gloves and open the sealed sample bottles by removing the metal seal caps.

 

5.1.1.1.8    The faeces of the pigeons is collected from the floor or bottom of these baskets.

 

5.1.1.1.9    A minimum collectable quantity of faeces is to be taken from the floor of the fancier’s baskets using the wooden spatula. For practical purposes the equivalent of 1 heaped teaspoon minimum per sample bottle is collected.

 

5.1.1.1.10   Enough pigeon faecal droppings must be collected to more than one-quarter fill one of the sample bottles and it is mixed or stirred very well with the spatula to obtain conformity of the sample before the division into the two bottles is done.

 

5.1.1.1.11   Once the sample has been collected, mixed and halved, bottle “A” / “Original” and bottle “B” / “Reference” shall be sealed with metal, numbered seals and sealing wire and they are marked, and numbered according to the label requirements and the “Sampling Report” as per Club Record, in the presence of the fancier or his representative. Bottle “A” / “Original” is for the first analysis; bottle “B” / “Reference” for a possible counter-analysis.

 

5.1.1.1.12   The two bottles “A” / “Original” and “B” / “Reference” then have the excess sealing wire trimmed off and the recorded detail checked on the Sampling Report before being placed together with an ice bag into the tamperproof security bag, which is then also sealed so that any substitution, removal, tampering or addition of prohibited substances is eliminated or detectable.

 

5.1.1.1.13   The Sampling Report form CLUB RECORD is then checked again for completion and handed in to the organisation for registration and safekeeping.

 

5.1.1.1.14   Any remarks by the fancier is also recorded or any deviation from the procedure.

 

5.1.1.1.15   The sealed security bags must be placed in a fridge until they are forwarded to the designated laboratory. The security bags are each placed into the courier service’s bag or pre-paid postal bag together with the sample docket(s).

 

5.1.1.1.16   The sealed bags are couriered, forwarded or transported to the designated and authorised laboratory as soon as possible at the following address

 

Attention

The Secretary Laboratory

The National Horseracing Authority of Southern Africa

Turffontein Racecourse

Turfclub Road

P.O.Box 74439

TURFFONTEIN 2140

SOUTH AFRICA

Contact Details

Tel (011) 683-9283 (Ask for Lab Secretary) Fax (011) 683-3888

E-mail info@nhralaboratory.co.za

 

Banking Details

Standard Bank – Account No. 000357537

Branch Code 000205

The National Horseracing Authority of SA Ref Pigeons

 

OR

 

FDA Laboratories

473 Alexander Street

Brooklyn

Pretoria

0181

 

Tel: (012) 346-8569

Fax: (086) 692-8145

www.fdalab.co.za

 

 

5.1.1.1.17   SCRAP.

 

5.1.1.1.18   SCRAP.

 

5.1.1.1.19   New sampling kits will be used for each individual fancier’s sample collection to avoid cross contamination and the co-operation of the fancier is required in opening the sampling kit bag and in observing the sampling procedure so as to eliminate any allegation of spiking.

 

5.1.1.1.20   A water sample collection may also be required if water is given to the pigeons in the race pannier troughs by the organisation. The same procedure as for the faecal collection is followed.

 

5.1.1.2       Basketing evenings when sampling collection is to be kept on hold for testing

 

 

5.1.1.2.1    The order is issued by the organisation as to which fanciers’ baskets are to be sampled.

 

5.1.1.2.2    The sampling procedure as described in Section 5.1.1.1 is followed.

 

5.1.1.2.3    Samples will be kept in a secure environment in the Organisation’s fridge pending testing later in the year, if required.

 

5.1.1.3       Directly after race liberation. Sampling of race panniers on transport vehicles. When immediate testing is required

 

 

5.1.1.3.1    The order is issued by the organisation as to which baskets are to be sampled immediately after liberation. Special observers are also appointed to witness the proceedings and will act as the appointed representatives for the club(s) and fanciers. They must comply with the manual. In this case the organisation will inform the club of the sampling collection that was undertaken.

 

5.1.1.3.2    The authorised sampling collectors will identify themselves and the special observers, according to Section 4.3. In this case the organisation will inform the club of the sampling collection that was undertaken.

 

5.1.1.3.3    Sampling Collection kits Instruments and equipment used for the collection of faecal samples required for detecting the presence of prohibited substances will be supplied by the organisation. The sampling kit and accessories must be kept clean and cautiously utilised to ensure successful testing, the elimination of cross contamination and the integrity of the sample. The official kit and equipment will include two sealed sample bottles “A” / “Original” and “B” / “Reference” labels, wooden spatula, gloves, metal seals, sealing wire, sealable security bag and documentation which must be prepared and completed during the sampling

 

5.1.1.3.4    It is recommended that race baskets / panniers be regularly cleaned before they are brought to the clubhouse for basketing purposes.

 

5.1.1.3.5    The driver of the transport vehicle and his assistant will remove the numbered baskets / panniers according to the authorised order .

 

5.1.1.3.6    The driver of the transport vehicle, his assistant and the special observers witness the faeces collection procedure together with the collectors at a secure convenient area.

 

5.1.1.3.7    The co-operation of the driver of the transport vehicle, his assistant and special observers, is required in opening the sampling kits provided and observing the sampling procedure so as to eliminate any allegation of spiking. The driver signs for the intactness of the kit. The sampling procedure as described in Section 5.1.1.1 is followed.

 

5.1.2.2       Race lofts or groups of pigeons when immediate testing is required

 

5.1.2.2.1    The order is issued by the organisation as determined per ANNEXURE 3 as to which group of pigeons or lofts are to be sampled (Specific individual pigeons plus random choice of up to 20 more).

 

5.1.2.2.2    The sampling procedure as described in Section 5.1.1.1 is followed.

 

5.1.3         Random Procedures

 

                    The Member and affiliates federation, union or club is authorized to test any pigeons of club members  at any level on the night of basketing only.

 

 

 

 

5.2            International One Loft Races

 

The purpose of sampling is to determine whether any racing pigeon is being given an advantage over the others in the loft due to the illegal administration of performance enhancing drugs or to prevent the administration of prohibited substances that have a detrimental effect on the pigeon.

 

The overseeing veterinarian may administer medication containing prohibited substances as listed to the whole loft or flock should it be necessary for the cure of a condition prevalent in the loft. In such flock treatment no one pigeon will benefit more than the next.

 

When test results are available, the Laboratory will not only disclose the results to the organisation but will also supply a copy to SANPO.

 

Should a result be positive, the rules of that specific organisation will apply, and the race organisers should act accordingly.

 

5.2.1         Pre-race Procedure Basketing (ANNEXURE 11) Pigeon baskets are sampled after basketing for race

 

International observers are to be appointed who will observe the procedures in addition to the National observers. It is the responsibility of the organisation that the Pre-race Procedure document described in this Section is distributed to all collectors and National and International observers and that the prescribed procedure is followed. All activities prescribed will take place in the presence of the collectors and observers who will also complete all the required documentation by the end of the procedure. At least 5 baskets will be sampled once pigeons are all removed to be race marked and loaded into the race panniers. The allocated sequential sample numbers must be acquired from a register set up in the style of Annexure 2.

 

5.2.1.1       Sampling kits are supplied by the organisers of the race and contain the following

 

Sealed, paired sample bottles with pre-assigned sample numbers. Gloves

Wooden spatulas

Metal seals and wires

1 Security bag for the sample bottles also known as bottle “A” / “Original” and one security bag for bottle “B” / “Reference” samples.

List of seal numbers supplied

Documentation to be completed

Pliers and scissors must also be available.

 

5.2.1.2       Sample collection

 

Prepare a Sample Collection Sheet and Sample Collection Declaration for every basket. Sample numbers are supplied for each sample.

 

5.2.1.3       Open the sealable security bag that contains the paired sample bottle “Original” and bottle “B” / “Reference” which must be labelled with the same number. Their individual metal seals must be broken just prior to their use.

 

5.2.1.4       Put on gloves and collect faeces from basket by means of the wooden spatula.

 

5.2.1.5       Ideally, the total amount of faeces collected for any particular basket must be enough to fill ¼ of the volume of one bottle (2 heaped teaspoons).

 

5.2.1.6       Mix the faeces well, using the wooden spatula.

 

5.2.1.7       Use new gloves and wooden spatulas for each sample per pigeon basket or faeces collection to prevent cross-contamination.

 

5.2.1.8       Halve the collected faeces sample and transfer each half (1 heaped teaspoon) to each of the paired bottles having the same number. This sample number is entered on the Sample Collection Sheet.

 

5.2.1.9       Seal the pair of bottles and cut off the excess wire with pliers. Record the seal number of the bottle “A” / “Original” and bottle “B” / “Reference” on the Sample Collection Sheet and Sample Collection Declaration.

 

5.2.1.10     Once the label on the bottles and the reference sample are completed place both the filled and labelled bottle “A” / “Original” and bottle “B” / “Reference” into the security bag, which is of plastic and tamperproof design, to be found in the kit supplied by the organisation. Record the bag number on the Collection Sheet and Declaration.

 

5.2.1.11     Check that Collection Sheet is completed in full. Complete the declaration form and hand it in to the race organisers. A declaration by the observers must also be undertaken.

 

5.2.1.12     Store and lock the sealed security bags in a freezer until delivery to the laboratory.

 

5.2.1.13     Task the courier or person delivering the security bags to sign for the delivery of the bags in the pigeon sample register at the Laboratory and that acknowledgement of receipt by the laboratory staff by e-mail, letter or facsimile is undertaken.

 

5.2.1.14     Following analysis at the laboratory the following is reported as reference for samples tested for prohibited drug presence

 

  • The sample number
  • The metal seal numbers for the bottle “A” / “Original” and bottle “B” / “Reference”.
  • The bag number for the security bag
  • Negative / Positive (Copy to SANPO)

 

5.2.1.15     It is the Race Organisers’ responsibility to confirm for each sample that the numbers recorded and reported by the Laboratory corresponds with the seal numbers on the bottles and that of the bag in which they were sealed. This information is contained in the retained Sample Collection Sheet and the register.

 

5.3            National One Loft and other One Loft Races

 

It is the responsibility of the organisation that the Pre-race and Post-race Procedures described in this Section is distributed as a document to all collectors and observers and that the prescribed procedure is followed. All activities prescribed will take place in the presence of the collectors and observers who will also complete all the required documentation at the end of the procedure. A National observer from SANPO will be appointed besides two further National observers who are nominated to observe the procedures. The organisers are responsible for the appointment of collectors and to task them and the observers with their duties and the written order and action plan to sample selected individual pigeons or groups or baskets of pigeons used for the final entry basketing of the main race events.

 

When test results are available, the Laboratory will not only disclose the results to the organisation but will also supply a copy to SANPO.

 

Should a result be positive, the rules of that specific organisation will apply and the race organisers should act accordingly.

 

5.3.1         Pre-race Procedure

 

The sampling procedure as described in Section 5.2.1 is followed.

 

 

 

Section 6 – Laboratory Services

 

6.1            Only the laboratory indicated and appointed by SANPO shall be considered for the analysis and the counter-analysis.

 

6.2            The cost for the relevant test shall be paid by the organisation directly to the laboratory before starting any analysis or counter-analysis.

 

6.3            The laboratory receives in each security bag

 

  • The sample bottles
  • The sample docket
  • An ice pack
  • The deposit slip

 

6.4            The laboratory will mention only to the Organisation the following data in their notification on the analysis (Certificate of analysis COA)

 

6.4.1         The date and time of receipt and comments on the intactness of the samples, bottle seals and bag seals.

 

6.4.2         The docket numbers of the samples received and the corresponding bottle seals and bag seal numbers.

 

6.4.3         Statement whether the sample(s) tested negative or positive for prohibited substances according to the Manual.

 

6.4.4         When a sample is positive the reporting will be similar, but there will be a separate certificate of analysis (COA) for each positive.

 

6.5            A test report of the Original sample analysis is available at pre-paid additional cost (which will be revised annually) to the organisation on request but requires a period of 2 weeks for the preparation of an appropriate report layout. The costs are to be carried by the fancier, which is to be paid when the request is made through the organisation that will forward the deposit slip to the laboratory. The organisation will be notified of receipt and any subsequent result.

 

6.6            The counter-analysis report is also available at pre-paid additional costs, which will be reviewed annually. The costs are to be carried by the fancier, which is to be paid when the request is made through the organisation that will forward the deposit slip and the Reference bottle and the respective seal number details to the laboratory. The organisation will be notified of receipt and any subsequent result.

 

Section 7 – Disclosure of Test Results and Consequential Procedures

 

7.1        The results of the laboratory analysis shall be furnished confidentially from SANPO to the org.

 

7.1.1         The Executive of the Organisation shall notify the fancier as to the result within 5 working days in writing after receiving a letter of notification by the laboratory (Section 6.4).

 

7.1.2         A complete prepared test report will be available at additional costs (Section 6.5).

 

7.2            Disclosure of a Negative Result

 

7.2.1         The Executive of the organisation (or his duly appointed representative) within 5 working days after having been notified of the results by the laboratory.

 

7.2.2         In cases where the analysis is negative, the fancier/organisation cannot claim any compensation whatsoever from the organisation or anyone else whomsoever.

 

7.3            Disclosure of a Positive Result

 

7.3.1         The Executive of the organisation within 5 working days after having been notified of the results by the laboratory, delivers to the fancier a copy of the laboratory notification.

 

7.3.2         These measures and restrictions are considered as a temporary banning. Every organisation can arrange to withhold – and keep in trust – the prizes or winnings of fanciers whose pigeons are being investigated for prohibited substances until the results of the counter-analysis and/or outcome of the disciplinary hearing are concluded.

 

7.3.3         The fancier is afforded the option of a counter-analysis of sample “B” / “Reference” from the sample collection to which he may respond or not. The fancier is sent an acknowledgement of receipt if he chooses a counter-analysis.

 

7.3.4         See Constitution: 2.3.2

 

“A reasonable time is deemed to be that the 1st hearing will take place no later than 90 days after, in the case of Positive Dope Testing, and within 21 days after receiving a report or need to discipline Non-Compliant behavior. Either incident referred to above to be concluded no later than 6 months after the infringement.

The member will continue to be allowed to fly until the outcome of the hearing/appeal, at which time the relevant punitive sanctions will be applicable. (From date of the offence/infringement).

 

This is on the premise that South African Law is based on the principal that someone is innocent until        proven guilty. Should the timelines not be achieved the parties can apply to SANPO for condonation.

 

SANPO have the right except or reject the request.

 

Note: In case of a positive test, all pigeons basketed by the fancier will be disqualified for that specific race. (Team of pigeons)”

 

 

7.3.4         Should a positive result be obtained from sampling a pre-race racing pannier, as described in Section 5.1.1.3, no immediate individual action against any fancier is taken, but instruction can be given by the organisation to the club whose fanciers had pigeons transported in that pannier for the race, to be tested as soon as possible at any future time.

 

7.4            Procedures in the case of a Counter-Analysis (ANNEXURE 8)

 

 

7.4.1         In case of a positive result (presence of prohibited substances verified), the fancier concerned only, is informed by the organisation and is afforded the option of a counter-analysis.

 

7.4.2         The request by the fancier for a counter-analysis has to be directed in writing to the headquarters of the organisation, not later than 5 working days after notification.

 

7.4.3         The organisation informs the National Horseracing Authority of Southern Africa, where sample “B” / “Reference” is held that a counter-analysis has been requested.

 

7.4.4         The counter-analysis has to be done in the laboratory allocated for such tests, namely the National Horseracing Authority of Southern Africa.

 

7.4.5         The fancier, or his duly authorised representative that was present at the sample collection must confirm that the sample docket, signature and seal numbers on the sample bottle and security bag numbers correspond with those he / she signed for in the Sampling Report (Club Record) with that indicated on the laboratory receipt forwarded to the organisation.

 

7.4.6         The applicant shall pay the amount for the counter-analysis within the same period, directly into the account of the organisation that will in turn deposit the amount into the account of the laboratory and forward the deposit slip together with the details of the Reference sample.

 

7.4.7         The laboratory informs the organisation of the results of the counter-analysis. A copy thereof shall be furnished to the national headquarters of SANPO and the relevant organisation, which shall, in the case of a positive counter-analysis apply the measures as prescribed in Section 8.

 

7.4.8         See Annexure C 2.3.2

 

A reasonable time is deemed to be that the 1st hearing will take place no later than 90 days after, in the case of Positive Dope Testing, and within 21 days after receiving a report or need to discipline Non-Compliant behavior. Either incident referred to above to be concluded no later than 6 months after the infringement. The member will continue to be allowed to fly until the outcome of the hearing/appeal, at which time the relevant punitive sanctions will be applicable. (From date of the offence/infringement).

 

This is on the premise that South African Law is based on the principal that someone is innocent until proven guilty. Should the timelines not be achieved the parties can apply to SANPO for condonation. SANPO have the right except or reject the request.

 

Note: In case of a positive test, all pigeons basketed by the fancier will be disqualified for that specific race. (Team of pigeons)

 

 

7.4.9         If the fancier or his representative has not applied for a counter-analysis within this period, the result of the first analysis shall be regarded as definitive.

 

Section 8 – Disciplinary Hearings, Costs and Penalties

 

8.1            Disciplinary Hearing Committee

 

8.1.1         Organisations will handle their disciplinary hearings according to their own structures, procedures, rules and regulations as defined by their own constitutions. Where these procedures are lacking or do not exist, the proposed structure and procedures of the SANPO constitution may be followed. Fanciers whose pigeons are tested positive for the use of prohibited substances or those who violated the Regulations and Procedures contained in this Manual shall be summoned (ANNEXURE 10) to appear before the relevant Disciplinary Committee of the organisation, to present their means of defence.

 

8.1.2         The committee may hear, according to this Manual, the following contraventions and exercise the following powers

 

  • See Annexure C (2.3.2)

 

A reasonable time is deemed to be that the 1st hearing will take place no later than 90 days after, in the case of Positive Dope Testing, and within 21 days after receiving a report or need to discipline Non-Compliant behavior. Either incident referred to above to be concluded no later than 6 months after the infringement. The member will continue to be allowed to fly until the outcome of the hearing/appeal, at which time the relevant punitive sanctions will be applicable. (From date of the offence/infringement).

 

This is on the premise that South African Law is based on the principal that someone is innocent until proven guilty. Should the timelines not be achieved the parties can apply to SANPO for condonation. SANPO have the right except or reject the request.

 

Note: In case of a positive test, all pigeons basketed by the fancier will be disqualified for that specific race. (Team of pigeons)

 

8.1.2.2       Positive analysis result(s) for the use of prohibited substances.

 

8.1.2.3       Hearing a fancier’s defence argument in a positive analysis result or a violation of the regulations.

 

8.1.2.4       The refusal to co-operate or to adhere to the Regulations and/or Procedures contained in the Manual for the Regulations and Procedures of and the improper use of prohibited substances.

 

8.1.2.5       The obstruction of the procedures to undertake an analysis by preventing collectors to undertake their sampling assignment instructed by the organisation.

 

8.1.2.6       Cases where fanciers, according to the contents of the Manual, have exposed themselves to active or passive complicity of any kind.

 

8.1.2.7       To judge the contraventions and hand down penalties and suspensions in terms of Section 8.2.

 

8.1.2.8       Review the re-instatement of fanciers who have paid their penalties and/or served their suspension period. This also includes re-instatement of fanciers who have a counter-analysis result test negative.

 

8.1.2.9       Issue clearance certificates.

 

8.1.2.10     The Disciplinary Committee shall serve, as soon as possible after having heard the fancier concerned its considered decision to the fancier according to the penalties determined in Section 8.2.

 

8.2            Costs and Penalties

 

When a definite positive result of an analysis is returned or when judged guilty of an offence or violation of these regulations, the Disciplinary Committee will impose restrictions and penalties

 

8.2.1         See Annaxure C (2.3.2)

 

A reasonable time is deemed to be that the 1st hearing will take place no later than 90 days after, in the case of Positive Dope Testing, and within 21 days after receiving a report or need to discipline Non-Compliant behavior. Either incident referred to above to be concluded no later than 6 months after the infringement. The member will continue to be allowed to fly until the outcome of the hearing/appeal, at which time the relevant punitive sanctions will be applicable. (From date of the offence/infringement).

 

This is on the premise that South African Law is based on the principal that someone is innocent until proven guilty. Should the timelines not be achieved the parties can apply to SANPO for condonation. SANPO have the right except or reject the request.

 

Note: In case of a positive test, all pigeons basketed by the fancier will be disqualified for that specific race. (Team of pigeons)

 

 

8.2.2         In the case of a definite positive result all expenses including the cost of the first analysis and the counter-analysis shall be for the account of the transgressor.

 

8.2.3         The Disciplinary Committee of the organisation will levy charges and penalties in cases where no co-operation was given in the sample collection or for the use of prohibited substances as determined in Section 1 of the Manual as follows

 

A reasonable time is deemed to be that the 1st hearing will take place no later than 90 days after, in the case of Positive Dope Testing, and within 21 days after receiving a report or need to discipline Non-Compliant behaviour. Either incident referred to above to be concluded no later than 6 months after the infringement. The member will continue to be allowed to fly until the outcome of the hearing, at which time the sanctions will be applicable. (Date of the offence/infringement).

 

This is on the premise that South African Law is based on the principal that someone is innocent until proven guilty. Should the timelines not be achieved the parties can apply to SANPO for condonation. SANPO have the right except or reject the request.

 

8.2.3.1       1st Offence: Minimum punitive sanction a warning (fancier) with immediate disqualification of the team (pigeons) for the specific race.

 

8.2.3.2       2nd Offence: Minimum punitive sanction 185 days suspension i.e. one active season. (Banned to fly any pigeons from the same stand or plot – different names)

 

8.2.3.3       3rd Offence: Life-time ban.

 

8.2.4         Suspension shall in no way be conditional. The penalty of suspension cannot be terminated until such sentence has been executed in total, and that includes payment of all costs.

 

8.2.5         All disputes regarding a sentence have to be referred to the Disciplinary Committee of SANPO.

 

8.2.6         SANPO is forwarded a report regarding the transgressions, costs and penalties determined by the organisation.

 

Section 9 – The Right to Appeal

 

The right to appeal is restricted to SANPO only, who according to their rules and regulations will handle the appeal.

 

Section 10 – Re-instatement

 

After serving the suspension period imposed by the organisation clearance is given by the Organisation to the fancier that he/she may participate once more in the sport.

 

Section 11 – Indemnification of SANPO

 

All organisations and their members hereby indemnify SANPO as body of appeal against all and any form of prosecution, or the institution of legal actions or any joining as a party to any legal actions and accept the regulations and procedures set out in the manual and approved by SASCOC as reasonable and fair for the combating of prohibited substances in racing pigeons in South Africa.

 

Section 12 – The Specialist & Technical Committee

 

12.1          SANPO will in its discretion, appoint a Specialist and Technical Committee consisting of experts specialising in subjects relating to matters covered in the Manual.

 

12.2          This committee will meet at most twice in any given year under the chairmanship of SANPO and will, amongst other things and without limiting the generality thereof, help to solve problems, deal with specific enquiries, make suggestions and deal with matters relevant to their particular field of expertise.

 

12.3          An approved remuneration package will be negotiated with committee members before their final appointment.

 

Appendix 13

 

A.
Acebutolol Sectral Capsules, Injection & Tablets
Acetylsalicylic acid Analgen Tablets, Emzaclear Acne

Lotion

Acid salicylate Pyralvex Liquid
Adrenaline Adrenaline Tartrate-Fresenius

Injection, Lignospan special Injection,

Macaine Injection with adrenaline,

Micro Adrenaline Injection,

Scandonest Injection with adrenaline,

Xylotox E 80A Injection Solution

Aescin Essaven Gel, Reparil Gel
Alfentanil Rapifan Injection
Ambuphylline Nethaprin Dospan Tablets & Expectorant Syrup
Amethocaine Amethocaine Cream, Anethaine

Cream,

Minims Amethocaine Hydrochloride

Solution

Aminophylline Aminophyllin IM & IV Injection &

Aminophyllin Suppositories,

Aminophyllin IV-Fresenius Injection,

Aspen Theophyllin IM & IV Injection,

Diphenamill Syrup, Lotussin

Expectorant, Phyllocontin SR

Tablets, Sebax Aminophylline IV

Injection.

Apomorphine Uprima Sublingual Tablets
Aspirin Asasantin Capsules, Bayer Aspirin

Cardio 100 Tablet, Bayer Aspirin

Plus C Effervescent Tablets, Bayer

Aspirin Tablets, BeTabs Aspirin

Tablets, CodisTablets, Corenza

C Effervescent Tablets, Coryx

Effervescent Tablets, Disprin CV 100 Tablets, Disprin Tablets, Doloxene Co-65

Capsules, Dristan Tablets, Ecotrin Tablets,

KPP Powders, Lo-Aspirin Tablets, Myoprin

EfferVescent Tablets, Paincod Tablets,

Robaxisal Tablets, Tenston Tablets,

Veganin 3 Tablets

Atenolol Adco-Atenolol Tablets, Adco-Loten

Tablets, Hexa-Blok Tablets, Norton-

Atenolol Tablets, Rolab-Atenolol

Tablets, Rolab-tenolol/Chlorthalidone

Tablets, Ten-Bloka Tablets, Tenchlor

Tablets, Tenoretic Tablets, Tenormin

Tablets

 

B.
Beclomethasone dipropionate Beclate Cream, Inhaler & Aqueous

Nasal Spray, Becloforte Inhaler,

Becodisks Disks, Beconase Aqueous

Nasal Spray, Becotide Inhaler &

Rotacapsules, Clenil Aq Nasal Spray,

Cycloson Cyclocaps, Qvar Inhaler &

Autohaler, Rolab-Beclomethasone

Dipropionate Aerosol Inhaler,

Aqueous Nasal Spray & Nasal

Inhaler, Ventnaze Aqueous Nasal

Spray, Viarox Aqueous Nasal Spray &

Inhaler

Benzocaine AAA Throat Spray Atomiser,

Aminophyllin Suppositories, Aurasept

Ear Drops, Aurone Forte Drops,

Benzet Lozenges, Calasthetic

Cream, Cepacaine Lozenges,

Cepacol Discs, Covancaine Drops,

Covotop Drops, Histamed Lotion,

Medi-Kain Lozenges, Medi-Keel A

Lozerges & Throat Gargle, Orochlor

Solution & Spray, Otised Ear Drops,

Oto-Phen Forte Drops, Trochain

Lozenges, Viodor Cream

Beta-Estradiol Evorel Patch
Beta-hydroxyethyl theophylline Theophan Syrup & Comp Syrup.
Betamethasone Betanoid Injection, Syrup & Tablets,

Betnesol Eye Ointment & Drops,

Betnesol-N Eye Ointment & Drops,

Celestimine Tablets & Syrup,

Celestone Tablets & Injection,

Lenasone Injection,

Persivate Cream & Ointment

Betamethasone acetate Celestone Soluspan Injection
Betamethasone dipropionate Diprogenta Cream & Ointment,

Diprolene Cream, Ointment & Scalp

Lotion, Diprosalic Lotion & Ointment,

Diprosone Cream, Injection, intment

Lotion, Lotriderm Cream.

Betamethasone disodium Phosphate Celestone Soluspan Injection
Betamethasone valerate Adco-Betamethasone Cream,

Betanoid N Cream & Ointment,

Betnovate Cream, Lotion, Ointment

& Scalp Application, Betnovate C

Cream & Ointment, Betnovate C N

Cream & Ointment, Celestoderm-V

Cream, Lotion & Ointment,

Celestoderm-V With Garamycin

Cream, Lenovate Cream & Ointment,

Quadriderm Cream,

Repivate Cream, Topivate Cream,

Vari-Betamethasone Cream

Bisoprolol Ziak Tablets
Budesonide Budeflam Aqua Nasal Spray &

Metered Dose Inhaler, Entocord

Capsules & Dispersible Tablets,

Inflacor Cyclocaps, Inflammide

Inhaler, Inflanaze Aqueous Nasal

Spray, Pulmicort Inhaler, Nebulising

Suspension & Turbuhaler, Rhinocort

Aqueous Nasal Spray, Symbicord

Turbuhaler.

Bumetanide Burinex Injection & Tablets, Burinex

K Tablets

Bupivacaine Macaine Injection & Spinal Injection,

Macaine Injection With Adrenaline,

Macaine Spinal Injection with extrose,

Micro Bupivacaine Spinal Injection ith

Dextrose

Buprenorphine Subutex Sublingual Tablets,

TemgesitInjection & Sublingual

Tablets

C.
Carprofen Rimadyl Caplets
Carteolol Teoptic Eye Drops
Carvedilol Carloc Tablets, Dilatrend Tablets
Celecoxib Celebrex Tablets
Chorionic genadotrophin Chorulon, Nymfalon, PG 600
Clanobutin Bykahepar
Clenbuterol Planipart, Ventipulmin Granules
Clobetasol propionate Dermovate Cream, Ointment &

Scalp Application, Dovate Cream &

Ointment, Xenovate Cream &

Ointment

Clobetasone butyrate Eumovate Cream & Ointment
Codeine Hydrochloride Omnopon-Fresenius Injection
Codeine phosphate Abflex-4 Tablets, Actifed Dry Cough

Regular Linctus, Adco-Dol Syrup &

Tablets, Adco-Kiddipayne Forte

Syrup, Adco-Payne Forte Tablets,

Adco-Sinal Co Tablets, Adco-

Tussend Syrup, Analgen Tablets,

Antipyn Syrup, Tablets & Forte

Tablets, B-Dol Tablets, Ban Pain

Tablets & Syrup, Benylin Syrup

With Codeine, Betapyn Tablets,

Broncleer Syrup With Codeine,

Brunacod Syrup, Co-Codamol

Effervescent Tablets, Codef Syrup,

Codis Tablets, Codomill Syrup,

Cofendyl Syrup, Colcaps Syrup,

Colphen Syrup,Corbar Linctus

Liquid, Coughcod Junior & Senior

Syrup, Dequa-coff Syrup, Docdol

Tablets, Docsed Syrup, Dostil

Paediatric Syrup, Empacod Tablets,

Endcol Co Linctus, Expectalin

Liquid, Famucaps Syrup, Fevapar

Tablets & Syrup, Fludactil Co

Linctus, Flutex Cough Linctus Syrup,

Go-Pain Tablets & Syrup, Goldgesic

Syrup & Tablets, Histalix Syrup,

Ilvico Syrup, Infapain Syrup & Forte

Syrup, Kid-Eeze Syrup, Lenazine

Forte Syrup, Lentogesic Syrup,

Linctifed Wet Cough Regular &

Children’s Syrup, Megapyn Tablets & Syrup, Meprogesic Tablets,

Mepromol Syrup, Mepromol Tablets,

Merck-Cough Linctus Syrup, Merck-

Expectorant Paediatric & Adult

Syrup, Metaxol Elixir, Micro-Gesic

Tablets, Mybulen Tablets, Myprodol

Capsules & Suspension, Napacod

Tablets, Neofed Paediatric & Adult

Syrup, Nomopain Tablets, Noralget

Tablets, Painagon Tablets & Syrup,

Painamol Plus Tablets, Paincod

Tablets, Panado-Co Tablets,

Paracetacod Tablets, Paxidal

Tablets, Phensedyl Syrup, Propain

Tablets, Forte Tablets & Forte

Capsules, Pynclear Effervescent

Tablets, Pynmed Tablets & Syrup,

Pynstop Tablets, SAD-Codeine

Phosphate Tablets, Salterpyn

Tablets & Syrup, Sinumax Co

Tablets, Sinutab Tablets With

Codeine, Spectrapain Capsules &

Forte Capsules, Stilpane Capsules,

Tablets & Syrup, Stopayne

Capsules, Tablets & Syrup,

Suncodin Tablets, Supragesic

Capsules & Syrup, Synaleve

Capsules, LS Tablets & Paediatric

Syrup, Syndol Syrup & Tablets,

Tensolve Tablets, Tenston

Capsules, Tablets, SA Tablets &

Syrup, Trifen Solution & Paediatric

Solution, Trinagesic Capsules,

Tussilinct Syrup, Tussitot Syrup,

Vacudol Syrup & Forte Tablets,

Veganin 3 Tablets, Xerogesic

Tablets

Conjugated oestrogens Premarin IV Injection, Tablets &

Vaginal Cream, Premelle Tablets &

Cycle Tablets, Prempak N Tablets

Cortisone acetate Cortogen Tablets
Cyproterone acetate Androcur Tablets & Depot Injection,

Cipla-Cyproterone Acetate 50

Tablets, Climen Tablets, Diane-35

Tablets, Ginette Tablets, Minerva

D.
Danazol Danogen Capsules, Ladazol

Capsules

Dexamethasone Dexafort, Kortico, Naquasone
Dexamethasone sodium Phosphate Dexa 0,2, Phenix, Colvasone
d-Propoxphene napsylate Synap Forte Tablets
Desogestrel Marvelon Tablets, Mercilon Tablets
Dexamethasone Decadron Tablets & Injection,

Maxidex Suspension, Maxitrol

Ointment & Suspension, Sofradex

Drops & Ointment, Tobradex

Ointment & Suspension

Dexamethasone disodium Phosphate Spersadex Drops, Spersadex Comp

Drops, Spersadexoline Drops

Dexamethasone sodium Sulphate Covomycin-D Drops
Dextro-propoxphene Lentogesic Capsules
Dibucaine Medi-Keel A Throat Gargle
Diclofenac diethylammonia Voltaren Emugel
Diclofenac potassium Cataflam Tablets & Dispersable

Tablets

Diclofenac sodium Acu-Diclofenac Injection, Adco-

Diclofenac Injection & Tablets,

Arthrotec Tablets, Be-Tabs Diclofenac

Injection, DicloHexal lnjection.

Suppositories & Tablets, Fortfen SR

Capsules & Injection, Infla-Ban SR

Tablets & Injection, Merck-Diclofenac

Injection & Tablets, Micro Diclofenac

Injection, Panamor Injection, Tablets,

SR Tablets & Suppositories,

Pharmflam Tablets & Suppositories,

Rolab-Diclofenac Sodium Tablets,

Veltex Capsules &

Injection, Voltaren Drops. Injection,

Ophtha Eye Drops, Ophtha Single

Dose Units, Tablets, SR Tablets &

Suppositories.

Diethylamine Salicylate Reparil Gel
Diflucortolone valerate Nerisone Cream, Ointment, Fatty

Ointment, Forte Fatty Ointment &

Forte Ointment, Travocort Cream

Dihydrocodeine DF-118 Injection & Tablets,

Paracodin Syrup

Diprenorphine M5050
Dipyrone Buscopan Compositum Injection &

Tablets, Scopex Co Tablets

Dydrogesterone Duphaston Tablets
E.
Eltenac Telzenak
Ephedrine Brunacord Syrup, Codef Syrup,

Colcleer Tablets, Corbar Linctus

Liquid, Coughcod Junior & Senior

Syrup, Coughcod Syrup, Dequa-coff

Syrup, Docsed Syrup, Flusin Tablets,

Lenazine Forte Syrup, Linctodyl

Syrup, Medituss Syrup, Oto-Phen

Forte Drops, Phensedyl Syrup

Epinephrine Epipen Injection
Esmolol Brevibloc Injection for Infusion
Estradiol Compudose
Estradiol cypionate ECP S/S
Estradiol-17-beta Compudose
Estradiol Benzoate Mixogen Injection
Estradiol hemihydrate Estring Vaginal Ring, Evorel Conti & Sequi Patches
Estradiol-17-valerate
Estradiol-phenylpropionate Mixogen Injection,
Oestrone sulphate Ortho-Est Tablets
Etafedrine Nethaprin Dospan Tablets &

Expectorant Syrup

Etamyphyline camsylate Myllophyline V
Ethinyl oestradiol Biphasil Tablets, Cilest Tablets,

Diane- 35 Tablets, E-Gen-C Tablets,

Femodene ED Tablets, Ginette

tablets, Loette Tablets, Logynon ED

Tablets, Mavelon 150/30 Tablets,

Melodene Tablets, Menoflush Tablets,

Mercilon Tablets, Minerva Tablets,

Minesse Tablets, Mirelle Tablets,

Nordette Tablets, Nordiol Tablets,

Ovral Tablets, Tricilest Tablets,

Trinovum Tablets, Triodene ED

Tablets, Triphasil Tablets, Yasmin

Tabltes.

Etofylline Actophlem Syrup, Solphyflex

Syrup, Solphyllin Syrup

F.
Fenoterol Atrovent Beta Unit Dose Vial,

Berodual Metered Dose Inhaler,

Berotec Inhaler, Inhalets, Solution,

Syrup, Tablets & UDV Solution,

Duovent Inhaler, Sabax Fenoterol

Hydrobromide Inhalant Solution,

Sabax Nebrafen Ampoules

Fentanyl Durogesic Patches, Fentanyl-

Fresenius Injection, Q-Med Fentanyl

Injection, Sublimaze Injection

Fentanyl Fentanyl
Fludrocortisone Florinef Tablets
Fluestone acetate Ovakron
Flumethasone Fluvet
Fluxixin Finadyne
Fluocinolone Cortoderm Cream & Ointment,

Synalar. Ointment, Cream & Gel,

Synalar C Cream & Ointment, Synalar

N Cream Ointment

Fluorogestone Chrono-Gest Sponge
Fluorometholone Efemoline Drops, Flucon Suspension,

FML Suspension & Neo Suspension

Flurbiprofen Froben Tablets, Ocufen Solution,

TransActLAT Patch

Fluticasone propionate Cutivate Cream & Ointment,

Flixonase Nasal Spray & Nasules,

Flixotide Accuhaler, Disks & Inhaler,

Seretide

Accuhaler & Inhaler

Formoterol Foradil Inhaler & Dry Powder

Inhalation Capsules, Oxis Turbuhaler,

Symbicord Turbuhaler

G.
Gestodene Femodene ED Tablets, Melodene

Tablets, Minesse Tablets, Mirelle

Tablets, Triodene ED Tablets

Gestrinone Tridomosa Capsules
Glycopyrrolate Robinul Injection
Gonadotrophin Chrono-Gest PMSG, Folligon, Fostim
Guaifenesin Benylin Children’s Wet Cough Liquid

& Wet Cough Menthol

Guaiphenesin Actited Wet Cough Non Drowsy

Expectorant, Benylin Bronchospect Syrup, Colphen Syryp, Corbar

Linctus Liquid, Demazin

Expectorant, Endcol Expectorant

Syrup, Linctifed Wet Cough Regular

& Children’s Syrup, Lotussin Linctus,

Merck-Expectorant Adult & Paediatric

Syrup, Neofed Adult & Paediatric

Syrup, Trifen Solution & Paediatric

Solution

H.
Hexoprenaline Ipradol Infusion, Inhalation Solution,

Injection, Syrup & Tablets. Human Chorionic

Gonadotrophin Pregnyl Injection, Profasi Injection
Human LH Pergonal Injection. Human Recombinant
Erythropoietin Eprex Injection, Recormon Injection,

Injection Multidose Vial & Cartridge

for Reco-Pen, Repotin Injection

Hydrocortisone CiproBay HC Otic Drops, Covocort

Tablets, Cutaderm Cream, Daktacort

Cream, Otosporin Ear Drops,

Proctosedyl Ointment &

Suppositories, Procutan Cream &

Ointment, Quinoderm H-Cream

Hydrocortisone Special formula 17900 Forte
Hydrocortisone acetate Anusol Suppositories HC, Dilucort

Cream & Ointment, Fucidin-H

Ointment, Mylocort Cream &

Ointment, Neoderm Cream, Stopitch

Cream, Terra-Cortril Eye/Ear

Ointment, Terra-Cortril Eye/Ear

Suspension, Terra-Cortril Topical

Ointment, Viocort Cream

Hydrocortisone sodium Succinate

 

Solu-Cortef Injection
Hydrocortisone 17-butyrate Locoic Lipocream, Cream, Lotion,

Ointment & Topical Emulsion

Hydroxyethyl theophylline Alcophyllex Liquid
Hyoscine-N-butylbromide Buscopan Compositum Injection &

Tablets, Buscopan Injection, Syrup &

Tablets, Scopex Co Tablets

Hysoscine Aspen Hyoscine Injection, Donnatal

Elizir, Hyospasmol Tablets,

Millerspas Tablets, Respinol Elixir &

Compound Linctus, Scopex Injection

& Tablets

Hyoscyamine Donnatal Elixir, Millerspas Tablets
I.
Ibuprofen Adco-Ibuprofen Tablets, Advil CS

Tablets, LiquiGelS Capsules &

Paediatric Suspension, Betagesic

Tablets, Betaprofen Tablets, Brufen

Paediatric Suspension, Tablets &

Retard Tablets, Iboflam Tablets,

Ibuleve Gel,

Ibumax Paediatric Suspension &

Tablets, Ibumed Caplets & SR

Capsules, Inza Tablets, Lotem

Suspension, Mybulen Tablets, Mypaid

Capsules & Suspension, Nurofen

Cold

& Flu Tablets, Nurofen Children Sugar

Free Suspension, Extra Strength

Tablets, Junior Suspension & Tablets,

Ranfen Tablets, Rolab-Ibuprofen

Tablets

Indomethacin Adco-Indogel Getl, Adco-

Indomethacin Capsules, Aflamin 25

Capsules, Arthrexin Capsules &

Suppositories, Betacin Capsules,

Elmetacin Solution, Flamecid

Capsules, Indocid Capsules &

Suppositories, Mediflex Capsules,

Methocaps Capsules, NISAID-25

Capsules, Restameth-SR Captules,

Rolab-Indomethacin Capsules & SR

Capsules.

Ipratropium bromide Atrovent Beta Unit Dose Vial, Atrovent

Inhaler,Inhalets, Solution & Unit Dose

Vial, Berodual Metered Dose Inhaler,

Combivent Inhaler & UDV Solution,

Duovent Inhaler, Ipvent Metered Dose

Inhaler, Sabax Ipratrapium Bromide

Solution, Sabax Nebrafen Ampoules

K.
Ketamine Ketamine HCl-Fresenius Injection,

Anaket-V

Ketoprofen Fastum Gel, Ketoflam SR Capsules,

Myproflam CR Capsules, Oruvail

Capsules

Ketorolac Acular Solution, Tora-Dol Injection

& Tablets

Ketotifen Adco-Ketotifen Syrup, KetoHexal

Syrup, Zaditen Tablets, Syrup, SRO

Tablets & Oral Infant Drops, Zetofen

Syrup

L.
L-ephedrine Lotussin Linctus
Labetalol Trandate Tablets & Injection
Levobuprivacaine Chirocane Injection
Levonorgestrel Biphasil Tablets, E-Gen-C Tablets,

Loette Tablets, Logynon ED Tablets,

Microval Tablets, Mirena Intra Uterine

System, Nordette Tablets, Nordiol

Tablets, Norlevo Tablets, Triphasil

Tablets.

Lidocaine Depo-Medrol Injection with Lidocaine,

Xylocaine Pump Spray

Lignocaine Dequadin Mouth Paint, Emla 5%

Cream & Patch, Flusin Lozenges,

Lignocaine HCl-Fresenius Injection,

Lignospan Special Injection, Minims

Lignocaine & Fluorescein Solution,

Remicaine Gel & Injection, Remicard

Injection, Strepsils Plus Lozenges,

Topla Cream, Xylotox SE Plain

Injection, E 8OA & L Injection

Solution, Lignacaine 2%

Lornoxican Xefo Injection & Tablets
M.
Medrogestone Prempak N Tablets
Medroxyprogesterone Repromap
Medroxyprogesterone acetate DepoProvera 150 Injection, Divina

Tablets, Medroxyprogesterone

Acetate-Fresenius Injection, Premelle

Tablets & Cycle Tablets, Provera

Tablets, Trivina

Tablets

Mefenamic acid Fenamin Tablets, Capsules &

Suspension, Ponac Capsules,

Suspension & Forte Tablets, Ponstan

Capsules, Forte Tablets, Suspension

& Paediatric Suppositories, Ponstel

Capsules, Suspension & Forte

Tablets, Rolab-Mefenamic Acid

Capsules 250

Megestrol Ovarid
Melengestrol MGA 100
Meloxicam Metacam
Meloxicam Coxflam Tablets, Loxiflam Tablets,

Mobic Injection, Suppositories &

Tablets

Mepivacaine Carbocaine Dental Injection,

Scandonest, Injection with Adrenaline,

Scandonest Injection Without

Casoconstrictor

Mepyramine Anthisan Cream, Elixir, Injection &

Tablets, Bronchiflu Syrup, Codef

Syrup, Codomill Syrup, Colcaps

Capsules, Coughcod Junior & Senior

Syrup, Docsed Syrup, Histodor

Cream & Tablets, Medituss Syrup,

Mepyraderm Cream, Mepyramine

Maleate-Fresenius Injection,

Mepyrimal Cream & Syrup, Metaxol

Elixir

Mesterolone Proviron Tablets
Mestranol Norinyl-1/28 Tablets
Metenolone acetate Primobolan S Tablets
Methocarbamol Robaxin Tablets, Robaxisal Tablets
Methyl salicylate Counterpain Cream, Thermo-Rub

Ointment, Udder balm

Methylephedrine Ilvico Syrup
Methylphenidate Methylphenidate HCl-Douglas

Tablets, Ritalin Tablets, SR Tablets &

LA Capsules, Ritaphen Tablets

Methylprednisolone Medrol Tablets, Solu-Medrol Injection
Aceponate Advantan Cream, Ointment, Milk, Scalp

Solution & Fatty Ointment

Methylprednisolone acetate Depo-Medrol Injection, Depo-Medrol

Injection with Lidocaine, Neo-Medrol

Acne Lotion

Metipranolol Beta-Ophtiole Eye Drops
Metoprolol Lopresor Tablets
Mometasone furoate Elocon Cream, Lotion & Ointment,

Nasonex Nasal Spray, Rinelon

Aqueous Nasal Spray

Morphine Cyclimorph Injection, Micro Morphine

Injection, Morphine Sulphate-

Fresenius Injection, MST Continus

Tablets, Omnopon-Fresenius

Injection, SRM-Rhotard Tables

N.
9-Fluoropednisolone Count-down

Teat Dip, Enacard Tablets, Kaligel,

Predef 2X, Visel

Nabumetone Relifen Tablets, Relisan Tablets,

Relitone Tablets

Nadolol Corgard Tablets & HS Tablets,

Corgaretic Tablets

Nandrolone decanoate Deca-Durabolin Injection
Nandrolone laurate Laurabolin
Naproxen Adco-Naproxen Tablets, Aleve

Caplets, Fibroxyn Tablets, Merck-

Naproxen Tablets, Nafasol

Suppositories & EC Tablets, Napflam

Tablets, Naprel Tablets, Naproscript

Tablets, Naprosyn Suppositories,

Tablets, EC & SR Tablets, Rolab-

Naproxen Tablets, Synflex Tablets

Noradrenaline Xylotox L Injection Solution
Northisterone Activell Tablet, Estro-Pause N-Tablets

& N-Forte Tablets, Evoral Conti &

Sequi Patches, Kliogest Tablet, Micro-

Novum Tablets, Norinyl-1/28 Tablets,

Nur-Isterate Injection, Primolut N

Tablets, Trinovum

Norethisterone acetate Estracombi TTS Patches, Evorel

Conti & Sequi Patches, Trisequens

Tablets & Forte Tablets

Norgestimate Cilest Tablets, Prefesta Tablets,

Tricilest Tablets

Norgestomet Crestar
Norgestrel Ovral Tablets, Postoval Tablets
Norpseudoephedrine Hydrochloride

 

Dietene Capsules, Eetless Capsules,

Leanor Drops, Nobese No 1

Capsules, Slim ‘n Trim Capsules

O.
Oestradiol Activelle Tablet, Climara Patches,

Estracombi TTS Patches, Estraderm

TTS Patches, Estrofem Tablets &

Forte Tablet, Femigel Gel, Kliogest

Tablet, Oestradiol Implants, Prefesta

Tablets, Trisequens Tablets & Forte

Tablets, Vagifem Vaginal Tablets

Oestradiol benzoate Component E-S, Synovex Plus
Oestradiol valerate Divina Tablets, Estro-Pause Tablets,

N-Tablets & N-Forte Tablets, Postoval

Tablets, Primodian Depot Injection,

Primogyn Depot Injection, Progynova

Tablets, Trivina Tablets, Crestar

Oestriol Synapause-E3 Tablets & E3 Vaginal

Cream

Orciprenaline Adco-Linctopent Syrup, Benylin

chesty Linctus, Bisolvon Linctus DA

Linctus, Bronkese Compound Linctus,

Flemeze Syrup, Silomat Linctus DA

Linctus

P.
Paracetamol Abflex-4 Tablets, Actifed Cold & Fever

Syrup & Tablets, Acuflu P Syrup,

Adco-Dol Tablets & Syrup, Adco-

Flupain Syrup, Adco-Kiddipayne

Forte Syrup, Adco-Paracetamol

Syrup, Adco-Payne Forte Tablets,

Adco-Sinal Co Tablets, Analgen

Tablets, Antalgic Tablets & Syrup,

Antipyn Tablets, Syrup & Forte

Tablets, Asalen Tablets, B-Dol

Tablets, Ban Pain Tablets & Syrup,

Benylin Four Liquid, Besemax

Tablets, Besenol NC Tablets, Betapyn

Tablets, Bronchiflu Syrup, Brunomol

Syrup, Calpol Syrup, Co-Codamol

Effervescent Tablets, Cofendyl Syrup,

Colcaps Syrup & Effervescent

Tablets, Colcleer Tablets, Colstat

Capsules, Degoran Effervescent

Tablets, Hot Drink & C Capsules,

Dequa-Flu Capsules, Disprin Junior

Liquid, Distalgesic Tablets, Docdol

Tablets, Dostil Paediatric Syrup,

Doxyfene Capsules, Empacod

Tablets, Empaped Suppositories,

Endcol Cold & Flu Capsules,

Famucaps Capsules & Syrup,

Fevamol Syrup, Fevapar Tablets &

Syrup, Flu-Stat Capsules & Syrup,

Flusin Tablets, Capsules &

Effervescent Tablets, Flutex Cold And

Flu Capsules, Go-Pain P

Syrup, Go-Pain Tablets & Syrup,

Goldgesic Tablets & Syrup, Grippon

Capsules, Histacon Capsules,

Histamed Compound Capsules,

Infapain Syrup & Forte Syrup, Kid-

Eeze Syrup, Kiddyflu Syrup, KPP

Powders, Lentogesic Syrup &

Capsules, Lotem Suspension,

Megapyn Syrup & Tablets,

Meprogesic Tablets, Mepromol

Tablets & Syrup, Merck-Flu Syrup,

Merck-Gesic Elixir, Micro-Gesic

Tablets, Mybulen Tablets, Mypaid

Capsules & Forte Tablets, Myprodol

Capsules & Suspension, Napacod

Tablets, Napamol Syrup & Tablets,

Nitecall Syrup, Nomopain Tablets,

Noralget Tablets, Norflex Co Tablets,

Pacimol Tablets, Painagon Tablets &

Syrup, Painamol Plus Tablets,

Painamol Tablets & Syrup, Paincod

Tablets, Panado Tablets, Capsules,

Chew Tablets, Effervescent Tablets,

Syrup, Paediatric Syrup Sugar &

Alcohol Free & Infant Drops, Panado-

Co Tablets, Paracetacod Tablets,

Paracetamol 500 mg – Lennon

Tablets, Paracetamol Elixir – SAD

Syrup, Paxidal Tablets, Prolief

Tablets, Propain Forte Capsules &

Tablets, Propain Syrup & Tablets,

Pynclear Effervescent Tablets,

Pynmed Syrup & Tablets, Pynstop

Tablets, Pyradol Syrup, Salterpyn

Tablets & Syrup, Si-Nade Capsules,

Sinuclear Capsules & Paediatric

Syrup, Sinumax Allergy Sinus Caplet

& Ped Liquid, Co Tablets, Cold and

Flu Plus Cough Liquid, Ped Syrup &

Tablets, Sinustat Capsules, Sinutab

Tablets, Tablets ND, Tablets With

Codeine & 12-Hour Cold And Flu

Tablets, Spasmend Tablets,

Spectrapain Capsules & Forte

Capsules, Stilpane Capsules, Syrup &

Tablets, Stopayne Capsules, Syrup &

Tablets, Sudafed Sinus Pain Tablets,

Suncodin Tablets, Supragesic

Capsules & Syrup, Synaleve

Capsules, LS Tablets & Paediatric

Syrup, Synap Forte Tablets, Syndol

Syrup & Tablets, Tensolve Tablets,

Tenston Capsules, SA Tablets, Syrup

& Tablets, Tramacet Tablets,

Trinagesic Capsules, Tylenol

Extended Relief Caplets, Children’s

Chew Tablets & Children’s Elixir,

Tylenol Cold and Flu Children’s Chew

Tablets & Night Pain Tablets, Vacudol

Syrup & Forte Tablets, Varipan

Tablets, Veganin 3 Tablets, Winpain

Syrup, Xerogesic Tablets

Parecoxib Rayzon Powder for Injection
Pemoline Lentogesic Capsules
Pentazocaine Pentazacine-Fresenius Injection, Q-

Med Pentazocine Injection, Sosenol

Injection

Pentifylline Cosaldon Retard Tablets
Pentoxifylline Trental 400 SR Tablets
Pethidine Micro Pethidine Injection, Pethidine

HCl-Fresenius Injection

Phenazone Aurasept Ear Drops, Aurone Drops,

Aurone Forte Drops, Covancaine

Drops, Otised Ear Drops, Oto-Phen

Drops, Oto-Phen Forte Drops

Pheniramine Calasthetic Cream
Pheniramine Maleate Degoran Effervescent Tablets
Phenylbutazone Inflazone Tablets, Equipalazone,

Fenylbutazone 20% Phenix,

Phenylarthrite, Tomanol

Phenylephedrine Famucaps Capsules
Phenylephrine Asalen Tablets, Colcaps Capsules &

Effervascent Tablets, Cophen Syrup,

Colstat Capsules, Corenza C

Effervescent Tablets, Cyclomydril

Solution, Degoran Cough Syrup,

Effervescent Tablets & C Capsules,

Demazin Syrup, Dequa-Flu Capsules,

Dristin Tablets, Endcol Cold & Flu

Capsules, ENT Drops & Spray, Flu-

Stat Capsules, Flutex Cold and Flu

Capsules, Grippon Capsules,

Histacon Capsules, Histamed

Compound Capsules, I-Glo Drops,

Kiddyflu Syrup, Minims Phenylephrine

Hydrochloride Solution, Naphensyl

Drops & Paedriatric Drops, Nasdro

Drops, Nethapin Dospan Tablets,

Phenylephrine Covan Drops, Prefrin

Solution, Respinol Elixir, Rinex Syrup,

Diffucaps & Paedriatric Syrup,

Vobrocil Drops, Gel, Nasal Spray, S

Gel & S Solution

Phenylpropanolamine Adco-Sinal Co Tablets, Bronchiflu

Syrup, Colcaps Capsules, Demazin

Anti-Tussive, Dilinct Cough & Cold

Liqui-capsules, Flu-Stat Syrup, Merck-

Flu Syrup, Nitecall Syrup, Rinex

Diffucaps, Syrup & Paediatric Syrup,

Si-Nade Capsules, Sinuclear

Capsules, Sinustat Capsules, Sinutab

Tablets. Tablets ND, 12-Hour Cold

and Flu Tablets & Tablets With

Codeine

Phenyltoloxamine Adco Sinal Co Tablets, Dequa-Flu

Capsules,

Pholtex Linctus, Sinutab Tablets,

Tablets With Codeine, 12-Hour Cold

and Flu Tablets, Suncodin

Pholcodine Docsed Syrup, Foloc Pholcolinct

Liquid, Pholtex Forte Linctus, Junior Linctus, Pholtex Linctus, Respinol

Compound Linctus.

Piroxicam Adco-Piroxicam Capsules, Brexecam

Tablets, CPL Alliance Piroxicam

Capsules, Feldene Capsules,

Dispersible Tablets, Injection &

Suppositories, Merck-Piroxicam

Capsules, Pixicam Dispersible

Tablets, Pyrocaps Capsules,

Rheugesic Gel & Dispersable Tablets,

Rolab-Piroxicam Capsules &

Dispersible Tablets, Xycam Capsules,

Dispersable Tablets & Suppositories

Prednisolone Capsoid Tablets, Lenisolone Tablets,

Meticortelone Tablets, Minims

Prednisolone Sodium Phosphate

Solution, Pred-Mild Suspension &

Forte Suspension, Pred-Mild, Preflam

Syrup, Prelone Syrup, Scheriproct

Suppositories & Ointment, Dog

Eczema, Prednisolone, Solu-Delta

Cortef

Prednisone Be-Tabs Prednisone Tablets,

Meticorten Tablets, Panafcort Tablets,

Pulmison Tablets & Paediatric Oral

Solution

Prilocaine Emla 5% Cream & Patch, Topla Cream
Procaine benzyl penicillin Depomycin, Depocillin, Nafpenzal,

Pendistrep 20/20, Penstrep

Procaine penicillin Injection Procillin Injection, Ultracillin IM
Procaine penicillin Albadry Plus, Compropen, Duplocillin,

Lentrax, Neo-Mastitar, Penstrep,

Procastrep, Streptocillin

Progesterone Cyclogest Pessaries, Utrogestan

Capsules, Eazi-Breed CIDR G, Eazi-

Breed CIDR B

Proligestone Delvosteron
Propranolol Inderal Tablets & LA Capsules,

Prodorol Tablets, Purbloka Tablets,

Rolab-Propranolol HCl Tablets

Pseudoephedrine Actifed Cold Tablets & Syrup, Cold &

Fever Tablets & Syrup, Dry Cough

Regular Linctus, Dry Cough Sugar

Free Syrup, Wet Cough Non Drowsy

Expectorant, Acuflu P Syrup, Adco-

Flupain Syrup, Adco-Sufedrin Syrup &

Tablets, Adco-Tussend Syrup, Advil

CS Tablets, Benylin Four Liquid &

Syrup DMD, Betafed Syrup, Clarityne

D OD Extended Release Tablets & D

Repetablets, Cofendyl Syrup, Colcaps

Syrup, Coryx Paediatric Syrup &

Effervescent Tablets, Degoran Hot

Drink, Demazin Decongestant Syrup,

Expectorant & NS Tablets, Drilix

Syrup, Endcol Co Linctus, DM Adult

Syrup & Expectorant Syrup,

Famucaps Syrup, Fludactil Syrup &

Co Linctus Syrup, Flusin Capsules,

Effervescent Tablets, C Syrup & DM

Syrup, Flutex Decon-S Syrup,

Linctifed Wet Cough Regular &

Children’s Syrup, Medifed Linctus,

Merck-Cough Linctus Syrup, Merck-

Expectorant Adult & Paediatric Syrup,

Merck-Fed Tablets & Syrup, Monofed

Tablets & Syrup, Neofed Adult &

Paediatric Syrup, Nurofen Cold & Flu

Tablets, Polaratyne D Repetabs,

Respinol Compound Linctus, Sinu-

med Tablets & Syrup, Sinuclear

Paediatric Syrup, Sinumax Tablets,

Co Tablets, Cold and Flu Plus Cough

Liquid, Ped Syrup. Allergy Sinus

Caplet & Ped Liquid, Sudafed Sinus

Tablets, Sudafed Sinus Pain Tablets

& Children’s Syrup, Symptofed

Tablets, Tixylix Flu Tablets, Trifen

Solution & Paediairic Solution, Tylenol

Cold and Flu Children’s Chew

Tablets.

R.
Ramifenazone Dexa-Tomanol
Rofecoxib Vioxx Tablets
S.
Salbutamol Airomir Metered Dose Inhaler &

Autohaler, Asthavent Ecohaler.

Inhaler, Syrup & DP-Caps, Combivent

Inhaler & UDV Solution, Cybutol

Cyclocaps, Venteze Inhaler,

Respirator Solution, Syrup & Tablets;

Ventolin Accuhaler, Inhaler, Injection,

IV Infusion, Nebules, Respirator

Solution’ & Syrup, Volmax Tablets.

Salicylamide Colcaps Capsules, Flutex Cold and

Flu Capsules, Histamed Compound

Capsules, Ilvico Tablets

Salicylate Colphen Syrup, Ilvico Syrup
Salicylic Acid Antipeol Ointment, Aserbine Cream,

Diprosalic Lotion, Diprosalic Ointment,

Posalfilin Ointment, Sebbaderm

Shampoo, STA Lotion

Salmeterol Seretide Accuhaler & Inhaler,

Serevent Accuhaler & Inhaler

Soluble insulin aspart NovoRapid Injection
Protamine-crystalised insulin Aspart NovoMix 30 Injection
Somatropin Genotropin Injection, Humatrope

Injection, Norditropin Injection &

Simplexx Injection, Saizen Injection

Sotalol Sotacor Tablets & Injection, Sotahexal

Tablets

Sufentanil Sufenta Injection & Forte Injection
Sullindac Adco-Sulindac Tablets
T.
Tamoxifen Kessar Tablets, Neophedan Tablets,

Nolvadex Tablets, Tamoplex Tablets

Tenoxicam Tilcotil Tablets, Effervescent Tablets

& Injection, Tobitil Tablets

Terbutaline Benylin Bronchospect Syrup, Bricanyl

Inhaler & Turbuhaler, Bronchoped

Syrup

Testosterone Testosterone Implants Pellets
Testosterone cypionate Depo-Testosterone Injection,

Depotrone Injection, Testan 100

Testosterone decanoate Sustanon 250 Injection
Testosterone enantate Primodian Depot Injection
Testosterone isocaproate Sustanon 250 Injection,

Mixogen Injection

Testosterone phenylpropionate Sustanon 250 Injection, Mixogen Injection
Testosterone propionate Sustanon 250 Injection, Mixogen

Durateston Injection, Component E-H,

Testosterone undecanoate Androxon Capsules
Tetracaine hydrochloride Covostet Drops, Dynexan Ointment
Theophylline Actophlem Syrup, Alcophyllex Liquid,

Alcophyllin Syrup, Diatussin Syrup,

Dilinct Syrup, Euphyllin Retard

Tablets, Lipostabil Capsules, Metaxol

Elixir, Microphyllin Capsules Nuelin

Liquid & SA Tablets, Pulmophyllin SR

Tablets, Rolab-Theophylline

Anhydrous SR Tablets, Solphyllex

Syrup, Solphyllin Syrup, Theophen

Syrup & Comp Syrup, Theoplus SR

Tablets, Uniphyl CR Tablets

Theophylline &

Ethylenediamin

Norstan Theophylline &

Ethylenediamine Tablets

Tilidine Valoron Capsules & Drops
Timolol Cosopt Opthalmic Solution,

Glaucosan Eye Drops, Moducren

Tablets, Nyogel Gel, Servatrin

Tablets, Timoptol Solution & XE

Gellan Solution, Xalacom Eye Drops

Tramadol Tramacet Tablets, TramaHexal

Capsules, Tramal Capsules, Drops,

Injection, SR Tablets & Suppositories

Trenbolone Component TE 140/28, Revalor
Triamcinolone Dermotab
Triamcinolone acetonide Kenacomb Cream & Ointment,

Kenalog In Orabase Ointment,

Nasacor T Nasal Spray, Pevisone

Cream & Ointment, Trialone Cream

Triprolidine Actifed Cold & Fever Syrup & Tablets,

Actifec Cold Syrup & Tablets, Actifec

Dry Cough Regular Linctus & Sugar

Free Syrup, Acuflu Syrup, Adco

Flupain Syrup, Adco-tussend Syrup,

Betafed Syrup, Coryx Paediatric

Syrup, Endcol Co Linctus, DM Adult

Syrup & Exepctornat Syrup, Fludactil

Syrup & Co Linctus, Linctifed Wet

Cough Regular & Children’s Syrup,

Medifed Linctus, Merck-Cough

Linctus Syrup, Merck-Expectorant

Paediatric & Adult Syrup, Merck-Fed

Syrup & Tablets, Neofed Adult &

Paediatric Syrup, Sinuclear Paediatric

Syrup, Tixylix Ru Tablets, Trifen

Solution & Paedriatric Solution

V.
Vedaprofen Quadrisol 100 gel, Quadrisol IV 50
X.
Xylazine Chanazine, Rompun 2%