In the US, Deferiprone (deferiprone systemic) is a member of the following drug classes: antidotes, chelating agents and is used to treat Hemosiderosis, Iron Overload, Superficial Siderosis and Thalassemia.
- DEFERIPRONE 1000 MG FILM-COATED TABLETS (Leaflet)
- DEFERIPRONE 1000MG FILM-COATED TABLETS (Leaflet)
- DEFERIPRONE 500 MG FILM-COATED TABLETS (Leaflet)
- DEFERIPRONE 500MG FILM-COATED TABLETS (Leaflet)
ATC (Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification)
CAS registry number (Chemical Abstracts Service)
- Deferipronum (Latin)
- Deferipron (German)
- Défériprone (French)
- Deferiprona (Spanish)
- Deferiprone (OS: BAN, USAN)
- Défériprone (OS: DCF)
- Chelfer (IS)
- L1 (IS)
ApoPharma, United States; Apotex, Czech Republic; Apotex, Greece; Apotex, Hong Kong; Apotex, Israel; Apotex, Lithuania; Apotex, Norway; Apotex, Oman; Apotex, Philippines; Apotex, Poland; Apotex, Portugal; Apotex, Romania; Apotex, Singapore; Apotex, Thailand; Apotex, Tunisia; Apotex Europe, Austria; Apotex Europe, Cyprus; Apotex Europe-NL, Italy; Aspen, New Zealand; Chiesi, Turkey; Nordic, Switzerland; Orphan, Australia; Pharma Logistics, Belgium; Purissimus, Argentina; Quamed/Apotex, Indonesia; SOBI, Sweden; Swedish Orphan, Germany; Swedish Orphan, Denmark; Swedish Orphan, Spain; Swedish Orphan Biovitrum, Finland; Swedish Orphan Biovitrum, France; Swedish Orphan Biovitrum, United Kingdom; Swedish Orphan Biovitrum Ltd., Ireland
Cipla, Thailand; Cipla, Taiwan
|BAN||British Approved Name|
|DCF||Dénomination Commune Française|
|Rec.INN||Recommended International Nonproprietary Name (World Health Organization)|
|USAN||United States Adopted Name|
Further information on drug naming conventions: International Nonproprietary Names.
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