Dicynene


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Dicynene

A brand name for ETHAMSYLATE (etamsylate).
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5 mg and tablet Dicynene (e) 125 mg tablets twice daily orally for 5 days were prescribed.
Watson was fined pounds 200 after the disciplinary panel was satisfied the source of the prohibited substance, called 2,5-dihydroxybenzenesulfonic acid, was a course of Dicynene tablets administered to Harwood Dale on veterinary advice by his trainer, Gillian Walford, for a seven-day period up to and including March 12.
The trade name [for the drug] which I think most people would use is Dicynene, and while I am not saying it applied to this point-to-point owner, I think there has been a misconception in the past that the drug was unlikely to be detected, and that's certainly not the case.