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Zinc sulfate

Important: The information below refers to medicines available in the United States that contain zinc sulfate.

Medications containing zinc sulfate:

trace elements systemic

Brand names: Conte-Pak-4, PTE-4, Multiple Trace Element, Trace Metals
Drug class(es): intravenous nutritional products
Trace elements systemic is used in the treatment of:

trace elements with selenium and iodide systemic

Brand names: Addamel N, MTE-7, MTE-6, Pediatrace
Drug class(es): intravenous nutritional products
Trace elements with selenium and iodide systemic is used in the treatment of:

zinc sulfate systemic

Brand names: Zinc, Zincate, Zinc 50 mg Pink, Zinc-220
Drug class(es): minerals and electrolytes
Zinc sulfate systemic is used in the treatment of:

zinc sulfate ophthalmic

Brand names: Eye-Sed
Drug class(es): miscellaneous ophthalmic agents
Zinc sulfate ophthalmic is used in the treatment of:

Multi-ingredient medications containing zinc sulfate:

chromic chloride hexahydrate/copper sulfate/manganese sulfate/selenium/zinc sulfate systemic

Brand names: PTE-5, MTE-5, MulTE-PAK-5, MTE-5 Concentrated
Drug class(es): intravenous nutritional products
Chromic chloride hexahydrate/copper sulfate/manganese sulfate/selenium/zinc sulfate systemic is used in the treatment of:

naphazoline/zinc sulfate ophthalmic

Brand names: Clear Eyes ACR, Clear Eyes Maximum Strength Itchy Eye Relief, Clear Eyes Cooling Comfort Itchy Eye Relief, Clear Eyes Complete 7 Symptom Relief
Drug class(es): ophthalmic antihistamines and decongestants
Naphazoline/zinc sulfate ophthalmic is used in the treatment of:

phenylephrine/zinc sulfate ophthalmic

Brand names: Zincfrin
Drug class(es): ophthalmic antihistamines and decongestants

tetrahydrozoline/zinc sulfate ophthalmic

Brand names: Visine A.C., Visine Totality Multi-Symptom Relief
Drug class(es): ophthalmic antihistamines and decongestants
Tetrahydrozoline/zinc sulfate ophthalmic is used in the treatment of:

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