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Medication factsheets

These pages have links to medication factsheets produced by the Canterbury DHB Clinical Pharmacology Department or the Hillmorton Hospital Pharmacy. For more information on the factsheets produced by the Canterbury DHB Clinical Pharmacology Department, see My Medicines.

To find information on a medication, browse the list of medications below. You can also use the SEARCH box at the top of this page. The medications are listed by their generic names (non-brand names). Common brand names are also listed with their generic names in brackets.

Cabergoline

Calcitriol

Calcium supplements

Candesartan

Carbamazepine for mood swings

Carbamazepine for seizures

Carbimazole

Cartia (aspirin low dose)

Carvedilol

Cefaclor

Cefalexin

Cefazolin

Cefepime

Cefotaxime

Cefoxitin

Ceftazidime

Ceftriaxone

Cefuroxime (oral)

Cefuroxime injection

Celecoxib

Celiprolol

Cetirizine

Chlorambucil

Chloramphenicol eye drops

Chloramphenicol eye ointment

Chlorphenamine

Chlorpromazine injection

Chlorpromazine tablets

Chlortalidone

Ciclosporin after transplantation

Ciclosporin capsules

Ciclosporin liquid

Cilazapril

Cilazapril (Te Reo Māori version)

Ciprofloxacin (oral)

Ciprofloxacin eye drops

Citalopram

Clarithromycin

Clindamycin

Clobazam

Clofazimine

Clomipramine

Clonazepam

Clonidine patch

Clonidine tablet

Clopidogrel

Clozapine

Codeine

Colchicine

Colecalciferol

Colestipol

Colestyramine

Colistimethate for inhalation

Colistimethate injection

Combined oral contraceptives

Combined oral contraceptives (Qlaira)

Cyclizine

Cyclophosphamide for cancer treatment

Cyclophosphamide for inflammatory conditions (injection)

Cyclophosphamide for inflammatory conditions (oral)

Cyclophosphamide for kidney treatment

Cycloserine

Cyproterone acetate