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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Since its launch in 1975, Depakene has been widely prescribed to treat epilepsy, and in 2002, an indication was added for the treatment of the manic states of manic disorder and bipolar disorder.
D) Depakote may sometimes be given at less frequent intervals than Depakene.
A black box warning about the possibility of life-threatening pancreatitis has been added to the labels of Depakote, Depakene, and Depacon.
7% across the industry, sales continued to be robust, due to higher volume sales of core products including Coniel, a treatment for hypertension and angina pectoris, and Depakene, an anti-epileptic agent, and additional indications for Navelbine, an anti-cancer drug resulting in improved sales.
Sales of Coniel, a treatment for hypertension and angina pectoris, and Depakene, an antiepileptic agent, were maintained at similar levels to those recorded in the previous fiscal year.
Sales of Coniel, a treatment for hypertension and angina pectoris, and Depakene, an antiepileptic agent, were maintained at levels similar to those achieved in the first nine months of last fiscal year.
Amisulpride * Amazeo, Amival, Amipride, Sulpitax Aripiprazole * Abilify Armodafinil * Nuvigil Bupropion - Wellbutrin Desipramine * Norpramin Divalproex * Depakote, Depakene Duloxetine * Cymbalta Escitalopram * Lexapro Fluoxetine * Prozac Imipramine * Tofranil Ketamine * Ketalar Lamotrigine * Lamictal Lithium * Eskalith, Lithobid
Sales of Coniel, a treatment for hypertension and angina pectoris, and Depakene, an antiepileptic agent were similar to levels achieved in the interim period of last fiscal year.
Net sales grew for Allelock, an antiallergic agent, Durotep Patch, an analgesic for persistent cancer pain and Depakene an antiepileptic agent.
However, sales of Allelock, an antiallergic agent, Durotep Patch, a transdermal analgesic agent, and Depakene, an antiepileptic agent, all rose.
The drug, Valproic Acid Syrup USP, is the generic equivalent of Abbott Labs' Depakene Syrup, a national brand with annual sales in excess of $8 million.