Sclerosol

Sclerosol®

Chest disease A proprietary sclerosing talc used to prevent recurrent malignant pleural effusions, administered by aerosol during thoracoscopy or open thoracotomy. See Sclerotherapy.
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(103.) Drugs that have reached the market with no listed patents, but only regulatory exclusivity, include: Mefloquine HCl (mefloquine hydrochloride), Clozaril (clozapine), Hexalen (altretamine), Leustatin (cladribine), Trasylol (aprotinin bovine), Sclerosol (talc), and Ellence (epirubicin hydrochloride).