Tussionex


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Tussionex

a trademark for a fixed-combination drug containing an antitussive (hydrocodone) and an antihistamine (phenyltoloxamine citrate).
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The resin chosen was AMBERLITE IRP69, a resin similar to that used in Delsym and Tussionex.
The reports indicate that physicians and other health professionals have prescribed Tussionex for children under age 6, or more frequently than the labeled dosing interval of every 12 hours.
Health care professionals should not prescribe Tussionex to be taken more frequently than every 12 hours.
Tussionex and cough syrup didn't help, and cortisone seems to make it worse.
In the first half 1999 prescriptions for our lead product Tussionex grew by 37% driving sales growth in the period of 20% to (pound)14.
7m and the remainder of the increase is attributed to a rise in sales of its generic Tussionex.
Metadate CD, Pennkinetic and Tussionex are registered trademarks of the UCB Group of companies.
Only seven prescription hydrocodone-containing cough suppressants are FDA approved: Hycodan (ENDO Pharms), Mycodone (Morton Grove), Tussicaps (Tyco Healthcare), Tussigon (King Pharmaceuticals), Tussionex Pennkinetic (UCB Inc.
The decline in methylphenidate sales was partially offset by a strong performance from a number of other products, notably Tussionex, Zaroxolyn and Fluvirin.
Kremers Urban extended-release products that require complex drug development technology and manufacturing process include hydrocodone polistirex and chlorpheniramine polistirex pennkinetic extended-release suspension CIII (authorized generic for Tussionex Pennkinetic Extended-Release Suspension CIII), pantoprazole sodium delayed-release tablets, oxybutynin chloride extended-release tablets USE omeprazole delayed-release capsules, nifedipine extended-release tablets USE verapamil hydrochloride extendedrelease capsules, and several other extendedrelease and transdermal generic products.
Hydrocodone polistirex and chlorpheniramine polistirex (CIII) ER oral suspension is a generic version of UCB's (EBR: UCB) Tussionex, which is used for relief of cough and upper respiratory symptoms associated with allergy or a cold.
This decline was partially offset by the strong performance from a number of other products, notably Tussionex and Zaroxolyn.