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Carbetocin

In some countries, this medicine may only be approved for veterinary use.

Scheme

Rec.INN

ATC (Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification)

H01BB03

CAS registry number (Chemical Abstracts Service)

0037025-55-1

Chemical Formula

C45-H69-N11-O12-S

Molecular Weight

988

Therapeutic Categories

Analogue of oxytocin

Oxytocic agent

Chemical Name

1-Butyric acid-2-[3-(p-metoxyphenyl)-L-alanine]oxytocin

Foreign Names

  • Carbetocinum (Latin)
  • Carbetocin (German)
  • Carbetocine (French)
  • Carbetocina (Spanish)

Generic Name

  • Carbetocin (OS: BAN)

Brand Names

  • Carbetocina Gp-Pharm
    GP Pharm, Spain
  • Decomoton (veterinary use)
    Calier Polska, Poland
  • Depotocin (veterinary use)
    Veyx, Germany; WDT, Germany
  • Duratobal
    Ferring, Spain
  • Duratocin
    Biopas, Colombia; Ferring, Argentina; Ferring, Australia; Ferring, Canada; Ferring, China; Ferring, Czech Republic; Ferring, Hong Kong; Ferring, Italy; Ferring, Malaysia; Ferring, Thailand; Ferring Pharmaceuticals, Singapore; Pharmaco, New Zealand; Quimica Suiza, Peru
  • Hanlim Carbetocin
    Hanlim, South Korea
  • Hypophysin LA (veterinary use)
    Bayer, Italy; Veyx Pharma, Belgium; Veyx-Pharma, Ireland
  • Lonactene
    Ferring, Mexico
  • LongActon (veterinary use)
    IDT, Germany; VetCom-pharma, Belgium; VetCom-pharma, Netherlands; Vetochas, Germany; Vital, Switzerland
  • Pabal
    Draxis, Georgia; Ferring, Belgium; Ferring, Switzerland; Ferring, Germany; Ferring, Egypt; Ferring, Finland; Ferring, France; Ferring, Greece; Ferring, Ireland; Ferring, Lithuania; Ferring, Netherlands; Ferring, Oman; Ferring, Poland; Ferring, Portugal; Ferring, Romania; Ferring, Sweden; Ferring, Slovakia; Ferring, South Africa; Ferring Arzneimittel, Austria; Ferring GmbH, Estonia; Ferring Pharmaceuticals, Denmark; Ferring Pharmaceuticals, United Kingdom
  • Reprocine (veterinary use)
    VetCom-pharma, United Kingdom; VetCom-pharma, Ireland; VetCom-pharma, Netherlands; Vetoquinol, France

International Drug Name Search

Glossary

TermDefinition
BANBritish Approved Name
OSOfficial Synonym
Rec.INNRecommended International Nonproprietary Name (World Health Organization)

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