Class B drugs are considered by Parliament to be less harmful than Class A drugs and include amphetamines, barbiturates, cannabis and dihydrocodeine. Certain Class B drugs are reclassified to Class A if they have been prepared for injection. These include amphetamines, dihydrocodeine and codeine.
Below are the List Of Class B Drugs In Uganda
LOW INCIDENCE OF SIDE EFFECTS
SHORT TERM RELIEF OF FLATULENCE
TABLET/ CAPSULES/ SUPPOSITORIES
LOW INCIDENCE OF GASTRO SIDE EFFECTS. MAXIMUM DAILY DOSE SHOULD NOT EXCEED 75MG
WHEN INTENDED FOR USE IN TRAVEL SICKNESS
TABLET S/ORAL SUSPENSION
PREFERRED NSAID AS IT HAS FEWER SIDEEFFECTS
Vitamins & Minerals
DT ZINC-20 + ORAL REHYDRATION SALTS (ORS)
DISPERSIBLE TABLETS + POWDER FOR RECONSTITUTION
FOR USE IN CONDITIONS RESULTING IN ZINC LOSS E.G DIARRHOEA, VOMITING, BURNS
PREPARATIONS CONTAINING IRON+FOLIC+MULTIVITAMINS
SUPPLEMENT/ IRON DEFICIENCY ANAEMIA
DEFICIENCY & FOR ISONIAZID INDUCED NEUROPATHY/PROPHYLAXIS
How much do I need to start a drug shop in Uganda?
Under the new structure, a new license to operate a drug shop costs sh120,000 in Kampala, sh75,000 for municipalities and sh45,000 for drug shops in rural areas. The same costs apply to renewal of the licence. This, however, excludes costs of inspection and ascertaining suitability of premises.
What are the 6 classification of drugs?
The 6 Classifications of Drugs. When considering only their chemical makeup, there are six main classifications of drugs: alcohol, opioids, benzodiazepines, cannabinoids, barbiturates, and hallucinogens.