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Prohibited Drugs and Medications in Bahrain

In Bahrain, the Pharmaceutical Products Regulation Department (PPR) of the National Health Regulatory Authority (NHRA) ensures the quality, safety and efficacy of pharmaceutical products, including medicines, health products, and alternative/complementary medicines.

There are several drugs prohibited in Bahrain like all types for narcotic drugs (heroin, cocaine, hashish, pills having drugs effects etc.). The Kingdom has also recalled/removed a number of medications including:

  • Dioclav 1g Tablets – NPI
  • All Ranitidine Containing Medicines
  • Esmya 5mg Tablets – Ferring
  • Gentam 80mg/ml Solution for Injection – SPIMACO
  • Pure L-Carnitine 550mg Tablets – Health Aid
  • Julmentin 2X 1g Tablets – Julphar
  • Zydac Solution for Injection – Jamjoom
  • Ranid 150mg Tablets – Tabuk
  • Pharma International Company (Jordan) Products Recall
  • Avalon Avocaine Spray
  • ORS NEW – NPI
  • Ranitidine Containing Medicines
  • Soolan Syrup & Gamavate Ointment – Julphar
  • Julphar Products
  • Minirin Melt 60mcg Tab – Ferring
  • PMS Sulfasalazine 500mg Tab – Pharmascience
  • Pentasa 1g Prolonged-Release Granules – Ferring
  • Sedofan Syrup – Julphar
  • Clarex 500mg Tablets – SAJA
  • Floxacin 500mg Film-coated Tablets – SAJA
  • Simvaten 40mg Film-coated Tablets – SAJA
  • Amopress 5mg Capsules – SAJA
  • Azomax 250mg Capsules – SAJA
  • Omeprex 20mg Capsules – SAJA
  • Profinal 100mg/5mL Suspension – Julphar
  • Cefuzime 500mg Tablets – Julphar
  • Zordyl Mouthwash – Julphar
  • Juspirin 81mg Tablets – Julphar

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