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Noun1.orphenadrine - a skeletal muscle relaxant (trade name Norflex) used to treat severe muscle strain and Parkinsonism
muscle relaxant - a drug that reduces muscle contractility by blocking the transmission of nerve impulses or by decreasing the excitability of the motor end plate or by other actions
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To prove the sufficiency of the method, a laboratory mixture of Paracetamol, Caffeine and Orphenadrine citrate was prepared.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 1, 2011-Sagent Pharmaceuticals Inc receives FDA approval of skeletal muscle relaxant Orphenadrine Citrate Injection, USP(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
1 September 2011 - US Sagent Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ:SGNT) said on Wednesday that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given the green light to the company's Orphenadrine Citrate Injection, USP, a skeletal muscle relaxant.
In addition, GAVIS has launched four niche products, including nifedipine soft gelatin capsules (generic version of Procardia), polyethylene glycol 3350 (generic version of MiraLAX O-T-C), orphenadrine citrate ER 100 mg tablets (generic version of Norflex) and mesalamine rectal suspension enema (generic version of Rowasa).
Orphenadrine citrate, an anticholinergic muscle relaxant, and verapamil, a calcium channel blocker, have both been evaluated for the treatment of NLC in small controlled trials, although neither is FDA approved for this use.
Three drugs have been used in the off-label treatment of NLC: verapamil, orphenadrine citrate, and quinine sulfate, none of which is FDA approved for this use.
the assets needed to make and market generic desipramine HC1 tablets (a tricyclic antidepressant), orphenadrine citrate extendedrelease tablets (a muscle relaxant) and rifampin oral capsules (a drug used in the treatment of tuberculosis) in the United States.