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Scheduling status: Proprietary name (and dosage form): Andolex®-C ORAL RINSE. Composition: Each 15 ml contains: Benzydamine HCI 22.5 mg, Chlorhexidine gluconate 18 mg, Alcohol 9 % v/v. Pharmacological classification: A. 16.4 Nasopharyngeal and bucco-pharyngeal antiseptics. Indications: For the relief of minor infections and painful inflammatory conditions of the mouth and throat. Chlorhexidine in Andolex®-C Oral Rinse helps to reduce the development of plaque. Registration number: 31/16.4/0143. Scheduling status: Proprietary name (and dosage form): ANDOLEX® SOLUTION. Composition: Each 15 ml contains Benzydamine HCI 22.5 mg. Preservative: Methyl hydroxybenzoate 0.1 % m/v. Contains alcohol 10 % v/v. Pharmacological classification: A.16 Ear, nose and throat preparations. Indications: Symptomatic relief of painful inflammatory conditions of the mouth and throat including: Traumatic conditions: Pharyngitis following tonsillectomy or after the use of nasogastric tube. Inflammatory conditions: Pharyngitis, aphthous ulcers and oral ulceration due to radiation therapy. Dentistry: For use after dental operations. Registration number: Z/16/40. Scheduling status: Proprietary name (and dosage form): Andolex®-C ORAL GEL. Composition: Benzydamine HCI 10 mg/g, Cetylpyridinium Chloride 1 mg/g. Pharmacological classification: A 16.4 Naso-pharyngeal and bucco-pharyngeal antiseptics. Indications: Temporarily relieves painful inflamed conditions of the mouth, including mouth and denture ulcers and sore gums. Registration number: 33/16.4/0285. Scheduling status: Proprietary name (and dosage form): Andolex®-C LOZENGES ORANGE. Composition: Each lozenge contains: Benzydamine HCI 3.00 mg, Cetylpyridinium chloride 1.33 mg. Registration number: 36/16.4/0195. Scheduling status: Proprietary name (and dosage form): Andolex®-C LOZENGES. Composition: Each lozenge contains: Benzydamine HCl 3.00 mg. Cetylpyridinium chloride 1.33 mg. Registration number: 33/16.4/0374. Scheduling status: Proprietary name (and dosage form): Andolex®-C LOZENGES HONEY LEMON. Composition: Each lozenge contains: Benzydamine HCI 3.00 mg, Cetylpyridinium chloride 1.33 mg. Registration number: 35/16.4/0320