Hello, I am trying to identify a white capsule that has blue text imprint GA 100 and in the same blue the logo for Cobalt, which is a triangular-like C made with double lines. Does any one know what this is? Any suggestions or ideas are appreciated, thank you in advance.
Cobalt logo imprint GA 100? any ideas what this is?
Added 22 Jan 2011:
Hi, I just found it. It is Gabapentin 100mg. I found this in the product monograph via the Canadian Drug Database. If this may interest others who are trying to find hard to identify drugs (I had tried this site and two others (all with interactive search engines that offered images) to find the image, using Gabapentin, 100, GA, white, capsule and many combinations of the above, and found nothing.)
Since the company was known (the symbol was identified using 'company symbols' link in the search engine) I went to the Canada gov. Health site and used the company as the search criteria, then scanned all 100+pages looking for dosage of 100mg (assuming that the 100 imprint was dosage information) and was taken to information pages, which provided links to product monographs published by the drug company, which has, near the end of most monographs, product and packaging information, which are image-less but describe each drug. It took aprox. five monographs to find the drug, but eventually I did. I am glad since I love solving problems. Off to the pharmacist to have them disposed of properly (they were left in my garage somehow) - hope this helps others in their searches. peace. c
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