Qualaquin


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Qual·a·quin

 (kwŏl′ə-kwĭn)
A trademark for the drug quinine sulfate.
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Recent generic launches include Memantine HCl Tablets (Namenda), Bimatoprost Ophthalmic Solution, 0.03% (Lumigan 0.03%), Quinine Sulfate Capsules (Qualaquin), Celecoxib Capsules (Celebrex), Vancomycin HCl Capsules (Vancocin), Amlodipine+ Valsartan+ HCTZ Tablets (Exforge HCT) and Azithromycin Tablets (Zithromax).
In 2007, the FDA banned all prescription quinine products other than Qualaquin, which is to be prescribed for malaria treatment (FDA, 2007).
Q In a recent Q&A on the topic of cramps, I noticed that Focus on Healthy Aging did not refer to Qualaquin, which I take when leg cramps strike.
FDA Drug safety communication: new risk management plan and patient medication guide for qualaquin (quinine sulfate).
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 19, 2012-Mylan Inc announces immediate availability of generic antimalarial drug, Qualaquin Capsules USP 324 mgmg(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com