Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020718/001.

Names and composition

"INTEGRILIN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of EPTIFIBATIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020718/001 INTEGRILIN EPTIFIBATIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2MG per ML
020718/002 INTEGRILIN EPTIFIBATIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 75MG per 100ML

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020718/001 INTEGRILIN EPTIFIBATIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2MG per ML
020718/002 INTEGRILIN EPTIFIBATIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 75MG per 100ML
090854/001 EPTIFIBATIDE EPTIFIBATIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2MG per ML
091555/001 EPTIFIBATIDE EPTIFIBATIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 75MG per 100ML
204589/001 EPTIFIBATIDE EPTIFIBATIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2MG per ML
204589/002 EPTIFIBATIDE EPTIFIBATIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 75MG per 100ML
205581/001 EPTIFIBATIDE EPTIFIBATIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2MG per ML
205581/002 EPTIFIBATIDE EPTIFIBATIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 75MG per 100ML
206127/001 EPTIFIBATIDE EPTIFIBATIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2MG per ML
206127/002 EPTIFIBATIDE EPTIFIBATIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 75MG per 100ML

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Answered questions

What are the 50 most common drugs used in the hospital?
Asked by Omar Brisbone 1 year ago.

Anyone who thinks that hospitals use Tylenol more than any other drug should go ahead and look at the contraindications of it. You will see that there are many, which is why hospitals prefer to use ibuprofen. (Good question, a few bad answers.) And , you're a crackhead Answered by Yolando Lener 1 year ago.

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---don't know if I can name them all ''I'll give it a try ha ha'''' Tylenol -penicillin-morphine-potassium -iv - fluids-?oops is that a drug;Phillips milk of magnesia-aspirin-iodine-cough syrup- suppositories-codeine-that's all I CAN THINK OF GEE! SORRY Answered by Belinda Arvidson 1 year ago.

thats alot.. how about #1 Tylenol... n mebe some others will be pain killers Answered by Hortencia Moret 1 year ago.

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Does PLAVIX thin out plugs in blood vessels besides thinning one's blood to prevent clotting?
Asked by Angelina Yemchuk 1 year ago.

Plavix prevents platelet aggregation. It will help minimize additional platelets from "attaching" to plaque formations (plugs) already present in your blood vessels, but it won't thin out those already present. The aspirin usually taken in combination with Plavix is the "blood thinner". Both meds act on different parts of the "clotting" cycle. True clot busters are usually used in a hospital setting (ie: TPA/Integrilin/Heparin, etc) and then patients are discharged home on prescribed doses of oral meds(and sometimes SQ injections) to maintain and prevent further clot/plaque formation. Answered by Tandra Quesnell 1 year ago.

if plugs refers to blood clots, yes. Answered by Torrie Gularte 1 year ago.

take aspirin. Answered by Suellen Hwee 1 year ago.


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