Indian Medical Council

Do you know Doctors should prescribe drugs with generic names readable and preferably in capital letters?

Clause 1.5 of Indian Medical Council (Professional Conduct, Etiquette and Ethics) Regulations, 2002 prescribes that every Doctor should prescribe drugs with generic names Readable and preferably in capital letters and he/she shall ensure that there is a rational prescription and use of drug. Further, the erstwhile Medical Council of India had issued Circular dated 21.04.2017 vide which all the Registered Medical Practitioners (RMPs) have been directed to comply with the aforesaid provisions.

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1. GANDHI MEDICAL COLLEGE, SECUNDERABAD
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2. OSMANIA MEDICAL COLLEGE, HYDERABAD
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3. SIR RONALD ROSS OF TROPICAL & COMMUNICABLE DISEASES, HYDERABAD
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