What is the difference between pantoprazole sod dr 40mg and pantoprazole 40 mg?
- 9 Apr 2013 by angela209
- 27 March 2017
Nothing. Sod stands for sodium and is the salt form of Pantoprazole. They contain exactly the same active drug and the same amount. The names can be interchanged in this case.
There is a difference between the two. DR means Delayed Release, which is designed to be broken down in the intestine rather than the stomach. Before accepting one over the other, check with your healthcare provider to be sure which one is right for you.
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