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X-GEN Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

X-GEN Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
300 Daniel Zenker Drive
Horseheads, NY 14845
1-866 390-4411Careers: x-gen.us/employment

Drugs Associated with X-GEN Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

X-GEN Pharmaceuticals, Inc. manufactures, markets and/or distributes more than 21 drugs in the United States. Medications listed here may also be marketed under different names in different countries. Non-US country and region specific information is not available on this page.

Brand/Generic Name Reviews Rating
acetazolamide
Drug class: carbonic anhydrase inhibitor anticonvulsants, carbonic anhydrase inhibitors
137 reviews
6.4 / 10
amphotericin b
Drug class: polyenes
bacitracin
Drug class: miscellaneous antibiotics
clonidine
Drug class: antiadrenergic agents, centrally acting
558 reviews
7.4 / 10
colistimethate
Drug class: inhaled anti-infectives, miscellaneous antibiotics
1 review
8.0 / 10
ethambutol
Drug class: miscellaneous antituberculosis agents
2 reviews
1.0 / 10
fomepizole
Drug class: antidotes
hydralazine
Drug class: vasodilators
40 reviews
2.5 / 10
levetiracetam
Drug class: pyrrolidine anticonvulsants
324 reviews
6.3 / 10
liothyronine
Drug class: thyroid drugs
63 reviews
7.3 / 10
magnesium sulfate
Drug class: laxatives, minerals and electrolytes, miscellaneous anticonvulsants
3 reviews
7.0 / 10
neomycin
Drug class: aminoglycosides
1 review
1.0 / 10
neomycin/polymyxin b
Drug class: topical antibiotics
nystatin
Drug class: topical antifungals
17 reviews
5.6 / 10
phenytoin
Drug class: group I antiarrhythmics, hydantoin anticonvulsants
102 reviews
6.8 / 10
polymyxin b
Drug class: miscellaneous antibiotics
promethazine
Drug class: antihistamines, phenothiazine antiemetics
313 reviews
8.1 / 10
rocuronium
Drug class: neuromuscular blocking agents
3 reviews
4.3 / 10
streptomycin
Drug class: aminoglycosides, streptomyces derivatives
tobramycin
Drug class: aminoglycosides, inhaled anti-infectives
1 review
9.0 / 10
tranexamic acid
Drug class: miscellaneous coagulation modifiers
167 reviews
7.3 / 10
Users were asked how effective they found the medicine while considering positive/adverse effects and ease of use. 1 = not effective, 10 = most effective.
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