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Generic vs Brand Name Medicines Health

11/15/2014
03:22 | Author: Lauren Wood

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Generic vs Brand Name Medicines Health

Every medicine has an approved generic name. If it is made by several companies, each will also give the medicine a brand (trade) name. So one medicine may.

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The brand name is usually written most clearly on any packaging.

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Generic name, drug definition - MedicineNet - Health and Medical

11/14/2014
01:16 | Author: Samantha Price

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Generic name, drug definition - MedicineNet - Health and Medical

"Diazepam" is an example of the chemical (generic) name of a sedative. It is marketed by some companies under its generic name and by other companies.

Definition of Generic name, drug Heartburn Slideshow: Foods to Eat, Foods to Avoid Allergy Slideshow: Common Allergy Triggers Weight Gain Shockers Slideshow Generic name, drug: The term "generic name" has several meanings as regards drugs: The chemical name of a drug. A term referring to the chemical makeup of a drug rather than to the advertised brand name under which the drug is sold. A term referring to any drug marketed under its chemical name without advertising. " Diazepam " is an example of the chemical (generic) name of a sedative. It is marketed by some companies under its generic name and by other companies under brand names such as Valium or Vazepam. Generic drugs marketed without brand names are less expensive than brand-name drugs even though they are chemically identical to brand-name drugs and meet U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) standards for safety, purity and effectiveness.

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Generic name - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

9/13/2014
01:26 | Author: Jessica Kelly

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Generic name - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Generic name may refer to: Generic name (biology), the name of a biological genus; Placeholder name, words that can refer to objects or people whose names.

Generic name may refer to:

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Generic Names for Some Trade Name Drugs - The Merck Manuals

7/12/2014
03:52 | Author: Samantha Price

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Generic Names for Some Trade Name Drugs - The Merck Manuals

Some Trade Names. Generic Name. ABILIFY. Aripiprazole. ABRAXANE. Paclitaxel. ABREVA. Docosanol. ACCOLATE. Zafirlukast. ACCUPRIL. Quinapril.

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Generic Name Drugs - Needy Meds

5/11/2014
05:50 | Author: Lauren Wood

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Generic Name Drugs - Needy Meds

Medicine not on this list or the Brand Name Drugs list, is not currently available through a Patient Assistance Program. IF YOUR MEDICINE IS NOT LISTED, CLICK HERE.

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Click on the first letter of your medicine, the "A" list already open below the alphabet bar.

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Scroll down to find all drugs and dosages available through Patient Assistance Programs, sorted alphabetically by generic name. The brand name is in parenthesis. If a drug is listed more than once, it's available on more than one program.

As of October 22, 2014, there are 4396 drugs and dosages on the list. Drugs are added and deleted often, so check back regularly.

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