Carnitor

Carnitor

A brand name for LEVOCARNITINE.
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The patient was started on L-carnitine supplementation at 990mg three times a day (Carnitor 10% at 10mL po TID).
Reminds me of when L-carnitine cost $17 a bottle at the health food store, and then the FDA approved Carnitor as a prescription drug, which is nothing more than L-carnitine but for $90 a bottle, and the only L-carnitine the insurance company would pay for was the $90 version.
The value of those partnerships has been exemplified by Hi-Tech's ability to execute a license and supply agreement that brought to market a generic alternative to Carnitor solution and tablets.
A randomized, double-blind study published in the December issue of The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that treatment with levocarnitine (Carnitor), improved energy levels and cognition in 66 adults ages 100 to 106.
Figure 2 Medications Prescribed for IDH Other 1% None of the above 38% Zoloft 3% Carnitor 26% ProAmitine 32% Note: Table made from pie chart.
Carnitor Injection is the only FDA approved treatment for carnitine deficiency in End Stage Renal Disease patients.
The value of these partnerships has been exemplified by Hi-Tech's ability to execute a license and supply agreement that brought to market a generic for Carnitor solution and tablets.
In December 1999, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved L-carnitine injection (Carnitor) for the prevention and treatment of carnitine deficiency in patients with ESRD undergoing dialysis (Sigma-Tau, Inc., 2003).
Please also note that treatment with carnitine refers to the use of prescription medication available under the brand name Carnitor as tablets, oral solution, and intravenous injection.
Levocarnitine tablets, Corepharma LLC Carnitor tablets

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