Sugar-bp treatment became expensive, price increased 25 percent

Jhansi. Due to the rise in gasoline and diesel prices, drugs are now also affected by inflation. After raw materials, oil prices have made freight more expensive. As a result, drug prices have risen by up to 25 percent. In such a situation, treatment of all diseases including heart, blood pressure, antibiotics, cough has become expensive.
The raw material for medicines in India came from China. Due to the closure of imports from China due to Corona, India is getting raw materials from other countries. For this reason, raw material prices have risen significantly. For this reason, the prices for drugs rose continuously. The main reason for drug inflation is now the rise in gasoline and diesel prices. Pharmacists say drug prices in the new warehouse have increased 10 to 25 percent. In such a situation, they are now buying the prices at which they were selling drugs. The price of cough syrup has increased from Rs 10 to Rs 32. At the same time, the price of diabetic tablet sheets has increased by 10 to 20 rupees. Apart from that, BP drug has increased in price by five to fifteen rupees. The price of antibiotic leaves has also increased by 8-16 rupees. Heart medicine has increased by 30 to 40 rupees.
Expensive from the inhaler to the steam capsule
Pharmacists said the price of oil has been pushed from inhalers to vapor capsules. Now Diolin Photo Inhaler has become Rs 356 instead of 324. While the Carbol Plus steam capsule has gone from 69 to 76 rupees.
These drugs became expensive
Now merge medicine first
Uric acid Fabustat-40 178 198
Blood pressure Telmikind H-40 55 69
Telmidage 49 55
Diarrhea Otu 129 149
Diabetes glycate GP-1 96 106
Glycomat GP-2 135 155
Antibiotic Jifi-O 139 155
Althrocine 39 47
Cough Corex ds 99 109
Koscopin 87 106
codistar 99 131
Sinarist syrup 99 110
Asthma Abifinil 123 135
Hart Rosbell 303 330
Allergy Cadiforce-100 70 80
Pain Dolonex 179 196
So far, drug prices have risen due to more expensive raw materials, but this time drug prices have increased by 10 to 25 percent due to rising gasoline and diesel prices. We used to buy drugs for the same price as before. Nitin Modi, Secretary of the District Chemists’ Association.

Jhansi. Due to the rise in gasoline and diesel prices, drugs are now also affected by inflation. After commodities, oil prices have made freight more expensive. As a result, drug prices have risen by up to 25 percent. In such a situation, treatment of all diseases including heart, blood pressure, antibiotics, cough has become expensive.

The raw material for medicines in India came from China. Due to the closure of imports from China due to Corona, India is getting raw materials from other countries. This has led to a significant increase in raw material prices. For this reason, drug prices also rose continuously. The main reason for drug inflation is now the rise in gasoline and diesel prices. Pharmacists say drug prices in the new warehouse have increased 10 to 25 percent. In such a situation, they are now buying the prices at which they were selling drugs. The price of cough syrup has increased from Rs 10 to Rs 32. At the same time, the price of diabetic tablet sheets has increased by 10 to 20 rupees. Apart from that, BP drug has increased in price by five to fifteen rupees. The price of antibiotic leaves has also increased from Rs.8 to Rs.16. Heart medicine has increased by 30 to 40 rupees.

Expensive from the inhaler to the steam capsule

Pharmacists said the price of oil has been pushed from inhalers to vapor capsules. Now Diolin Photo Inhaler has become Rs 356 instead of 324. While the Carbol Plus steam capsule has gone from 69 to 76 rupees.

These drugs became expensive

Now merge medicine first

Uric acid Fabustat-40 178 198

Blood pressure Telmikind H-40 55 69

Telmidage 49 55

Diarrhea Otu 129 149

Diabetes glycate GP-1 96 106

Glycomat GP-2 135 155

Antibiotic Jifi-O 139 155

Althrocine 39 47

Cough Corex ds 99 109

Koscopin 87 106

codistar 99 131

Sinarist syrup 99 110

Asthma Abifinil 123 135

Hart Rosbell 303 330

Allergy Cadiforce-100 70 80

Pain Dolonex 179 196

So far, drug prices have risen due to more expensive raw materials, but this time drug prices have increased by 10 to 25 percent due to rising gasoline and diesel prices. We used to buy drugs for the same price as before. Nitin Modi, Secretary of the District Chemists’ Association.

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