Our electronic medical record system doesn't have Midrin to choose to order and I am trying to determine if this has been removed from the market per the FDA or it it is still on the market. Thank you for your help!
Try looking up Isometh/Dich/Apap. This is the name on my bottle of generic Midrin. Read there is a "similar" drug to Midrin called Prodin that has caffeine in it instead of the sedative dichloralphenazone.
Info from healthcentral.com:
Prodrin is a similar medication that is still available. It contains two of the three ingredients that were in Midrin, plus caffeine:
acetaminophen, 325 mg: an analgesic
isometheptene mucate, 65 mg: a vasoconstrictor that works to constrict dilated cranial and cerebral blood vessels
caffeine, 20 mg
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