Collagenase

ATC (Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification)

D03BA02,M09AB02

CAS registry number (Chemical Abstracts Service)

0009001-12-1

Therapeutic Category

Debriding agent

Foreign Names

  • Clostridiopeptidasum A (Latin)
  • Collagenase Clostridium histolyticum (German)
  • Collagènase Clostridium histolyticum (French)
  • Colagenasa Clostridium histolyticum (Spanish)

Generic Names

Brand Names

  • Gyno Iruxol (Collagenase and Chloramphenicol)
    Abbott, Brazil
  • Iruxol Simplex
    Abbott, Colombia; Abbott, Ecuador
  • Iruxol (Collagenase and Chloramphenicol)
    Abbott, Brazil; Abbott, Costa Rica; Abbott, Guatemala; Abbott, Honduras; Abbott, Nicaragua; Abbott, Panama; Abbott, El Salvador; Pliva, Lithuania; Smith & Nephew, Italy
  • Iruxol mono
    Abbott, Brazil; Knoll, Bulgaria; Nordmark, Georgia; Smith & Nephew, Switzerland; Smith & Nephew, Finland; Smith & Nephew, Netherlands; Smith Nephew, Spain; T. J. Smith & Nephew, Greece; T.J. Smith & Nephew, Czech Republic; TJ Smith & Nephew, Poland
  • Iruxol Neo (Collagenase and Neomycin)
    Smith Nephew, Spain
  • Iruxolum mono
    Smith & Nephew, Austria
  • Kollagenase
    Cristália, Brazil
  • Noruxol
    Smith & Nephew, Italy
  • Novuxol
    Abbott, Turkey; T.J. Smith & Nephew, Slovenia
  • Salutyl
    Elder, India
  • Santyl
    Advance Biofactures, United States
  • Ulcerase
    Smith & Nephew, Portugal
  • Xiaflex
    Auxilium, United States
  • Xiapex
    Pfizer, Switzerland; Pfizer, Germany; Pfizer, Spain; Pfizer, United Kingdom; Pfizer Consumer Healthcare, Ireland

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