of changes to this medication
Sandoz has taken Vasopressin
off the world market. The reason Sandoz
has given for this decision is that they are now going to market similar
products that are more effective in controlling Diabetes insipidus. Vasopressin
is the medication that doctors prescribe in the treatment of Diabetes insipidus.
Sandoz is marketing a new vasopressin
product under the brand name of Syntopressin.
This will also be available in 5ml nasal spray bottles.
Unfortunately, Sandoz has increased
the price of the new product. In its newer form this medication if ordered
from QHI Inc for example can now be purchased in the form of Syntopressin
at the price of £7.75/$12.00/18.50Sfr. It is item No. 44 on the order
you tried the former form of this drug? " Vasopressin " ? OR have you tried
the latest form of " Vasopressin " which is " Syntopressin " ? Email ME
article i.e. report on your experiences with either and I'll publish it
on this web
sites pages and give you credit as the author! Writing a article will help
better get a idea of which is better. And if it really helps or is just
hype! So sound
off and speak up! Email " firstname.lastname@example.org "
Update as of
*Latest Update on this Medication as of
October 31st, 1998
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