Was Clexane called "Organol" during its development?
10 Jan 2012
I do not know if it was called "Organol" during development, they usually use numbers for security reasons. It is call Lovenox in the rest of the world.
The 20mg, & 40mg was approved in AUS on Feb 12, 1993.
The 40mg ampoule was approved in AUS on Jan 19, 2009.
The 60mg, 80mg, & 100mg was approved in AUS on Jan 11, 1996.
The 120mg, & 150mg was approved in AUS on on September 5, 2000.
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