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Discontinued Drugs

The Discontinued Drug Shortages List is a searchable database that provides up-to-date information related to drug discontinuations, sorted by generic name and latest revision date. The reason for the discontinuation and estimated resupply date, if available, is listed for each individual agent.

Current | Resolved | Discontinued

Generic Name Revision Date
Abciximab Injection April 29, 2019
Ammonium Chloride Injection January 31, 2017
Ammonium Molybdate Injection September 26, 2018
Bacitracin for Injection March 4, 2020
Boceprevir Capsules January 6, 2016
Carisoprodol and Aspirin May 22, 2017
Cytarabine Liposomal Injection December 19, 2017
Dexpanthenol Injection September 24, 2018
Echothiophate Iodide Ophthalmic Drops February 9, 2021
Edrophonium Injection December 29, 2017
Electrolyte Concentrate February 12, 2018
Ezetimibe and Atorvastatin Tablets May 8, 2018
Isosorbide Dinitrate Extended-Release Capsules January 21, 2021
Isosorbide Dinitrate Extended-Release Tablets September 21, 2018
Liotrix (Levothyroxine/Liothyronine T4/T3) February 11, 2019
Methyldopate Injection September 24, 2018
Morrhuate Sodium Injection September 24, 2018
Multivitamin Oral Liquid November 15, 2016
Mupirocin Calcium 2% Nasal Ointment July 14, 2020
Nesiritide Injection June 20, 2018
Quinidine Gluconate Injection March 4, 2020
Ranitidine Injection April 2, 2020
Reserpine Oral Tablets April 15, 2016
Synthetic Conjugated Estrogen August 5, 2016
Torsemide Injection September 24, 2018
Typhoid Live Oral Vaccine February 4, 2021
Vitamin E Aqueous Oral Solution January 25, 2017

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