HC Deb 11 February 1960 vol 617 c66W
68. Mr. Sydney Irving

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what further drugs, other than Preludin, he now proposes should only be allowed for sale on a doctor's prescription.

Mr. R. A. Butler

The substances other than Preludin which the Poisons Board have recommended should be made available only on medical prescription are:

  • Acetylcarbromal
  • *Androgenic and oestrogenic substances, the following:—
    • Benzoestrol
    • Steroid compounds with androgenic or oestrogenic activity; their esters
    • Derivatives of stilbene, dibenzyl or napthalene with oestrogenic activity; their esters
  • Azacyclonol; its salts
  • Benactyzine; its salts
  • 3-Benzylhydrazinocarbonyl-5-methylisooxazole; its salts
  • Bromvaletone
  • Captodiame; its salts
  • Carbromal
  • 2-p-Chloropheny1-3-methylbutane-2:3-diol Guaiphenesin
  • 4-Hydroxymethy1-2:2-diisopropyl-1:3-dioxolan
  • Hydroxyzine; its salts
  • Imipramine; its salts
  • Mephenesin; its esters
  • Meprobamate
  • Metformin; its salts
  • Methocarbamol
  • α-Methyl-phenethylhydrazine; its salts
  • Methyl phenidate; its salts
  • Nialamide; its salts
  • Phenelzine; its salts
  • Phenformin; its salts
  • Pipradrol; its salts
  • Rauwolfia, alkaloids of; their salts
  • Thalidomide; its salts
  • Zoxazolamine; its salts
  • * Except preparations intended for use in external applications and animal feeding stuffs.

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