In some countries, this medicine may only be approved for veterinary use.
CAS registry number (Chemical Abstracts Service)
- Phloroglucinol trimethylether (German)
- Triméthylphloroglucinol (French)
- Triméglucinol (OS: DCF)
- Trimethoxybenzene (IS)
- Bruglucen (Trimethylphloroglucinol and Phloroglucinol)
- Klonaza (Trimethylphloroglucinol and Clonixin lysine, + Phloroglucinol)
- Panclasa (Trimethylphloroglucinol and Phloroglucinol)
- Phloroglucinol/Triméthylphloroglucinol Arrow (Trimethylphloroglucinol and Phloroglucinol)
- Spasfon (Trimethylphloroglucinol and Phloroglucinol)
Cephalon, Lebanon; Cephalon, Tunisia; Teva Santé, France
- Spasmed (Trimethylphloroglucinol and Phloroglucinol)
- Spasmoglucinol (Trimethylphloroglucinol and Phloroglucinol (veterinary use))
- Stopspasm (Trimethylphloroglucinol and Phloroglucinol)
Chemi ph, Egypt
|DCF||Dénomination Commune Française|
|IUPAC||International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry|
Further information on drug naming conventions: International Nonproprietary Names.
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