Sodium is a generic equivalent of McNeil's Tolectin 600 a drug for the treatment of arthritis.
s anti-inflammatory Clinoril; and tolmetin
sodium, a version of McNeil Pharmaceutical's anti-inflammatory Tolectin.
One randomized, double-blind, crossover trial compared single doses of tolmetin
(Tolectin, 100, 150, 200 mg) and acetaminophen (400 mg) alone and in combination with placebo in the control of experimentally induced pain (thermal and electrical stimulation).
Aspirin may be low or intermediate risk, depending on the study, and tolmetin
and piroxicam may be intermediate or high risk.
In July the company began marketing tolmetin
sodium (the generic version of McNeil Pharmaceutical's Tolectin) in 600 mg.
In addition to services utilized, data were also collected on use of the following NSAIDs: aspirin, fenoprofen calcium, ibuprofen, indomethacin, naproxen, phenylbutazone, piroxicam, sulindac, and tolmetin
1 g/L Naproxen 5 g/L D-Penicillamine 1 g/L Piroxicam 5 g/L Prednisone 1 g/L Sulfasalazine 1 g/L Sulindac 5 g/L Tolmetin
10 g/L Table 4.
Peritoneal lavage fluid protease levels after in vivo administration of tolmetin
in hyaluronic acid.