1. Generic Medications:

    • Description: Non-branded, cost-effective versions of patented drugs.

    • Examples: Generic versions of common antibiotics, pain relievers, and chronic disease medications.

  2. Branded Pharmaceuticals:

    • Description: Proprietary medications developed and marketed by pharmaceutical companies.

    • Examples: Branded drugs for specific therapeutic categories, including cardiovascular, respiratory, and neurology.

  3. Over-the-Counter (OTC) Medications:

    • Description: Medications available without a prescription for common ailments.

    • Examples: Pain relievers, antacids, cough and cold medicines.

  4. Antibiotics:

    • Description: Medications used to treat bacterial infections.

    • Examples: Amoxicillin, ciprofloxacin, azithromycin.

  5. Antivirals:

    • Description: Medications used to treat viral infections.

    • Examples: Oseltamivir (Tamiflu), acyclovir.

  6. Antifungals:

    • Description: Medications used to treat fungal infections.

    • Examples: Fluconazole, ketoconazole.

  7. Antipyretics and Analgesics:

    • Description: Medications to reduce fever and relieve pain.

    • Examples: Paracetamol (acetaminophen), ibuprofen.

  8. Cardiovascular Medications:

    • Description: Medications for heart-related conditions.

    • Examples: Statins, beta-blockers, antiplatelet agents.

  9. Respiratory Medications:

    • Description: Medications for respiratory conditions.

    • Examples: Inhalers (bronchodilators, corticosteroids), antihistamines.

  10. Gastrointestinal Medications:

    • Description: Medications for digestive system disorders.

    • Examples: Proton pump inhibitors, antacids, laxatives.

  11. Central Nervous System (CNS) Medications:

    • Description: Medications affecting the brain and nerves.

    • Examples: Antidepressants, antipsychotics, anxiolytics.

  12. Vaccines:

    • Description: Biological products to stimulate the immune system.

    • Examples: Vaccines for infectious diseases like influenza, hepatitis, and polio.

  13. Hormones and Endocrine Medications:

    • Description: Medications regulating hormones and endocrine functions.

    • Examples: Insulin, thyroid hormones, corticosteroids.

  14. Ophthalmic Medications:

    • Description: Medications for eye conditions.

    • Examples: Eye drops for glaucoma, antibiotics for eye infections.

  15. Dermatological Medications:

    • Description: Medications for skin conditions.

    • Examples: Topical steroids, acne medications, antifungal creams.

  16. Biopharmaceuticals:

    • Description: Medications produced using biotechnological processes.

    • Examples: Monoclonal antibodies, recombinant proteins.

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