John's wort was tested for its effect on Ortho-Novum
1/35, an OC pill containing ethinyl estradiol and norethindrone.
(norethindrone and ethinyl estradiol) and Motrin (ibuprofen), in addition to advances in antibiotic therapy, dominated the 1970s.
Drugs with significant potential that are having generic equivalents hit the market are: Ortho-Novum
7/7/7 * (birth control) Ortho Tri-Clyclen * (birth control) Accupril (blood pressure) Nolvadex (breast cancer) Topamax (anti-convulsant) Glucophage XR (diabetes) Monopril (blood pressure) Remeron (antidepressant) Alphagan (glaucoma) Serzone (antidepressant) Glucovance (diabetes) Glucotrol XL (diabetes) Wellbutrin SR (antidepressant) Zyban (smoking cessation) Neurontin (anti-convulsant) Tiazac (blood pressure) Prozac (antidepressant) Prilosec (gastritis)
Two unintended pregnancies occurred in 15 cycles in a group of 321 women on the combination oral contraceptive Ortho-Novum
A tour through the inner workings of the J&J empire suggests that, in the case of at least four drugs - Zomax, Suprol, Ortho-Novum birth-control pills, and Retin-A - J&J, under Burke's leadership, willfully disregarded public safety in order to push its products.
On June 30, 1971, a physician prescribed Ortho-Novum 1/50 for Pauline Jane Buchan, a 23-year-old Ontario mother.
Through its women's health division Watson will market and distribute Necon, Mononessa and TriNessa, the respective equivalents of Ortho-Novum
, Ortho-Cyclen and Or-tho Tri-Cyclen.
multicenter trial of 782 women aged 19 through the late 40s who were taking Lunelle, compared with two unintended pregnancies in 15 cycles in a comparison group of 321 women on the combination oral contraceptive Ortho-Novum
1/35 and Modicon-28 oral contraceptive tablets.
7/7/7 oral contraceptive and Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical's Ortho Tri-Cyclen oral contraceptive.
Joseph Goldzieher, director of the department of obstetrics and gynecology at Baylor University, reviewed Norcept-E by comparing it with Ortho-Novum