ibandronate sodium

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ibandronate sodium

(ī-băn′drə-nāt′)
n.
A bisphosphonate drug that inhibits bone resorption, given monthly to treat and prevent osteoporosis primarily in postmenopausal women.
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The Triad Group alcohol prep pads are co-packaged and distributed with Genentech medicines Boniva Injection, Fuzeon, Nutropin AQ Pen, Pegasys, and TNKase to customers in the USA.
The company plans to issue a Dear Healthcare Provider letter to potential prescribers and pharmacists to make them aware of the Triad product recall and the need to discontinue use of the alcohol prep pads packaged with Boniva Injection, Fuzeon, Nutropin A.