The name is often chosen to be memorable for advertising, or to be easier to say or spell than the generic name
Sometimes, Drahl noted, a generic name
will also include hints about its developer that a drug company has suggested to the council.
Late-stage biopharmaceutical company Tranzyme Pharma revealed today that the generic name
"ulimorelin" has been approved by the United States Adopted Name Council (USAN) for the company's late-stage, prokinetic agent TZP-101.
In the interests of simplicity and space, the tables show the generic names
of drugs but the Prescription Cost Analysis includes further details such as the proprietary names, presentation and concentration of the drugs supplied.
Haymarket said the new title provides prescribing information for the range of medical professionals and editorial includes over 1400 product monographs relevant to long-term case, with listing of brand and generic name
, manufacturer, class, indications, dose, contraindications, precautions, interactions, adverse reactions and method of supply.
NanoPro-Tech (nanostructure-oriented properties control technology) is the generic name
for the technology to control the affinity between the filler and the polymer at will.
The generic name
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of California-Los Angeles)--contains monographs providing information on the fetal and neonatal risk factors for some 900 drugs listed by their American generic name
, adding reviews of some 130 drugs over the last edition.
Palatinose, also known under the generic name
isomaltulose, is a unique sugar that can help reduce the low glycemic and low insulin response of foods.
The glossary from Gay Men's Health Crisis, also updated in 2003, includes each antiretroviral listed by its generic name
along with possible side effects.
They argued that Feta has become a generic name
that can be produced from cows' or goats' milk anywhere.