In some countries, this medicine may only be approved for veterinary use.
In the US, Melatonin (melatonin systemic) is a member of the following drug classes: miscellaneous anxiolytics, sedatives and hypnotics, nutraceutical products and is used to treat Insomnia and Jet Lag.
ATC (Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification)
CAS registry number (Chemical Abstracts Service)
Treatment of insomnia
- Melatoninum (Latin)
- Melatonin (German)
- Melatonine (French)
- Melatonina (Spanish)
- BRN 0205542 (IS)
- CCRIS 3472 (IS)
- HT 903 (IS)
- NSC 113928 (IS)
- Melatonin (PH: BP 2015, USP 37)
Pharma Nord, Hungary
- Buenas Noches
Aspen, New Zealand; Clinres, Croatia (Hrvatska); DKSH, Singapore; Flynn, United Kingdom; H. Lundbeck, Portugal; Ipsen, Russian Federation; Juste, Spain; Leiras, Finland; Medice, Germany; Neurim, France; Neurim, Norway; Neurim, Romania; Neurim, Slovenia; Neurim, Thailand; Neurim Pharmaceuticals, Switzerland; Neurim Pharmaceuticals, Greece; Neurim Pharmaceuticals, Hungary; Neurim Pharmaceuticals, Israel; Neurim Pharmaceuticals, Lithuania; Penn Pharmaceutical, Latvia; RAD, Australia; RAD, Czech Republic; Rad Neurim, Austria; RAD Neurim Pharmaceuticals EEC Limited, Iceland; Takeda, Belgium; Takeda, Netherlands; Takeda Pharma, Sweden
- Melatonin GNC (Melatonin and Pyridoxine)
- Melatonina + B6 (Melatonin and Pyridoxine)
- Melatonina LEK-AM
- Melatonina Vis
- Melatoseel HKK
Unipharm, Georgia; Unipharm, Russian Federation
- Melovine (veterinary use)
Ceva, France; Vetem, Italy
- Prime-X (veterinary use)
- Regulin (veterinary use)
Ceva Animal Health, Australia; Ceva Animal Health, United Kingdom
Medicplast Polska, Poland
- Zytonin (Melatonin and Pyridoxine)
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