Generic and trade names for corticosteroids

Some generic drugs are viewed with suspicion by doctors. For example, warfarin (Coumadin) has a narrow therapeutic window and requires frequent blood tests to make sure patients do not have a subtherapeutic or a toxic level. A study performed in Ontario showed that replacing Coumadin with generic warfarin was safe, [50] but many physicians are not comfortable with their patients taking branded generic equivalents. [51] In some countries (for example, Australia) where a drug is prescribed under more than one brand name, doctors may choose not to allow pharmacists to substitute a brand different from the one prescribed unless the consumer requests it. [52]

Generic and trade names for corticosteroids

generic and trade names for corticosteroids

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