Depakene


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Depakene

(dĕp′ə-kēn′)
A trademark for valproic acid.

Depakene

a trademark for an anticonvulsant drug (divalproex sodium).

Depakene®

Valproic acid, see there.
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As regards Kyowa Hakko products, despite a decline in sales of Durotep, an analgesic for persistent cancer pain, due to the ending of a joint sales contract, strong sales were maintained by Allelock, an antiallergic agent, Depakene, an anti-epileptic agent, and Patanol, an antiallergic ophthalmic solution, while sales of Coversyl, an ACE inhibitor for treatment of hypertension, that commenced in April, 2008, also performed well and contributed to growth in sales.
Valproic acid, which is marketed as Depakene and as Stavzor, was approved in 1978 for the treatment of epilepsy.
gov) and Medline were searched using the following key words: "divalproex, valproate, valproic acid, Depakote, and Depakene.
However, sales of products such as Allelock, an antiallergic agent, Depakene, an anti-epileptic agent, and Patanol, an antiallergic ophthalmic solution, continued to perform well, while Coversyl, an ACE inhibitor for treatment of hypertension that was launched in April, 2008, also performed well and contributed to the growth in sales.
Results benefited from higher sales of products such as Allelock, an antiallergic agent, Patanol, an antiallergic ophthalmic solution, and Depakene, an anti-epileptic agent, despite a decline in sales of products such as Coniel, a treatment for hypertension and angina pectoris.
The Food and Drug Administration and Abbott Laboratories have strengthened the contraindications, warnings and precautions sections of the label for divalproex sodium, valproic acid, and valproate sodium, marketed as Depakote tablets, Depakote ER tablets, Depakote sprinkle capsules, Depakene capsules and syrup, and Depacon for injection.
Joffe said that the study was sponsored by the national Institutes of Mental Health and Abbott Laboratories, which manufactures valproic acid derivatives under the brand names Depakote, Depakene, and Depacon.