Dantrolene Alternatives

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At AORN last year there was a drug company that offerred a generic dantrolene that could be mixed and ready to use in 20 seconds. What is the name of this drug?



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Could you be referring to the Intravenous version of Dantrolene called DANTRIUM® Intravenous (dantrolene sodium for injection) ? A press release from Proctor & Gamble from August 2008 outlines an acquision by JHB [1]. There is also more information available from JHB about this [2].

If not, do you have any other information or questions which you can share?
Please post back if you do...

[1] http:/­/­www.pgpharma.com/­healthcareprofessional_dantriumiv.shtml
[2] http:/­/­www.jhppharma.com/­products/­dantrium-iv.html

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