Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020772/001.

Names and composition

"SUCRAID" is the commercial name of a drug composed of SACROSIDASE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020772/001 SUCRAID SACROSIDASE SOLUTION/ORAL 8,500 IU per ML

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020772/001 SUCRAID SACROSIDASE SOLUTION/ORAL 8,500 IU per ML

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Answered questions

Is any of these medications a type of viagra?
i have cigna insurance.my insurance might cover part or all of the cost for viagra pills.under miscellanious,in the cigna website,it has these names listed,is any of these other medications a type of viagra(other than viagra)is it the ones with(pa) on the side of the... Asked by Charlene Cutone 1 year ago.

i have cigna insurance.my insurance might cover part or all of the cost for viagra pills.under miscellanious,in the cigna website,it has these names listed,is any of these other medications a type of viagra(other than viagra)is it the ones with(pa) on the side of the name? MISCELLANEOUS: allopurinol amylase/lipase/protease azathioprine balsalazide cabergoline (QL) calcitriol desmopressin folic acid leucovorin methotrexate mycophenolate naltrexone (QL) tizanidine zaleplon Ambien CR Asacol Asacol HD Canasa Cellcept Colazal Dipentum Epipen (QL) Epipen Jr. (QL) Fosrenol Lialda Megace ES Pentasa Prefera-OB Pulmozyme (PA) Renvela Revatio (PA) Spiriva Synarel (PA, QL) Thalomid Trexall Tussionex Viagra (PA) Zemplar Adrenaclick Ambien Apriso Arava (PA) Coartem (QL) Edluar (ST) Lariam (PA, QL) Malarone (PA) Nimotop Nuvigil Orap Phoslo Priftin Provigil Sonata Sucraid Answered by Evette Laudermilk 1 year ago.

No. Viagra is the only one. I'm not sure what the PA means, but it is probably the only ED oral medication covered. You know there are several oral ED treatments and my guess is that Viagra is the preferred one, meaning it will have the lowest co-pay and if the Dr. writes for another med, they will substitute Viagra for it. Call the insurance co to make sure. They will typically only allow 6-8 tablets a month. Answered by Willie Fague 1 year ago.

There are possible choices to this drug however they do not have the identical dramatic outcome. Your pal demands to don't forget why there's a drawback with ED. The drug is not a treatment, it is a banded. When the blood waft is blocked or bogged down it'll final result the role of the frame to get an erection. Advise your pal to don't forget the reason of the drawback first. This would possibly contain a difference in nutrition, cleaning and dietary supplements. Also your pal is also taking an excessive amount of of the drug. Answered by Ernest Zornes 1 year ago.

None of the rest of them are (other than Viagra). These are probably the medications that are on the formulary (allowed list) for your insurance. Answered by Rochell Gillians 1 year ago.


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