Tamiflu


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Tam·i·flu

 (tăm′ə-flo͞o′)
A trademark for the phosphate form of the drug oseltamivir.

Tamiflu

(ˈtæmɪˌfluː)
n
(Pathology) trademark an oral antiviral drug that attacks the influenza virus and prevents it spreading inside the body
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The family of Indiana teen Charlie Harp, 16, who took his life Friday, blamed preventative flu medication Tamiflu for driving him to suicide.
Tamiflu is not a vaccine and was not marketed as such.
Earlier this year, the Cochrane Collaboration, known for its unbiased information, published an updated review of 46 trials and more than 24,000 people on the use of Tamiflu.
Genentech, a biotechnology corporation, has received approval from the United States FDA for the use of Tamiflu (oseltamivir phosphate) for the treatment of Influenza in infants aged two weeks and more, it was reported yesterday.
Washington, May 30 ( ANI ): Using computer chips of a type more commonly found in games consoles, researchers have revealed how the swine flu virus resists anti-flu drugs like Relenza and Tamiflu.
Possible side effects Tamiflu is generally well tolerated.
THE effects of anti-viral drug Tamiflu - stockpiled by the Government during the swine flu pandemic - are uncertain, researchers said as they accused pharmaceutical giant Roche of withholding data.
Separately, Genentech, part of the Roche group, says that it has sufficient supplies of Tamiflu for the upcoming flu season.
There is no approved genetic formulation of Tamiflu, the FDA said in a statement.
There is no approved generic formulation of Tamiflu, the FDA said in a statement.
An inquest was told she had been suf-f fering from breathing difficulties and vomiting and had been taking anti-flu drug Tamiflu after suffering swine flu symptoms.
It was another 36 hours before tests confirmed the student had contracted the H1N1 virus and she was started on Tamiflu, the inquest at Leicester Town Hall heard.