Flucytosine

FDA Approved: * June 28, 2011
Pharm Company: * SIGMAPHARM LABS LLC
Category: Antifungal

Flucytosine, also known as 5-fluorocytosine (5-FC), is an antifungal medication.[1] It is specifically used, together with amphotericin B, for serious Candida infections and cryptococcosis.[1] It may be used by itself or with other antifungals for chromomycosis.[1] Flucytosine is used by mouth and by injection into a vein.[1][2] Common side effects include bone marrow suppression, loss of appetite, diarrhea, vomit... [wikipedia]

* May have multiple approval dates, manufacturers, or labelers.

Dosage List

Flucytosine 250 mg Oral Capsule
NDC: 0054-0427
Labeler:
West-ward Pharmaceuticals Corp
Flucytosine 500 mg Oral Capsule
NDC: 0054-0428
Labeler:
West-ward Pharmaceuticals Corp
Flucytosine 250 mg Oral Capsule
NDC: 0904-6834
Labeler:
Major Pharmaceuticals
Flucytosine 500 mg Oral Capsule
NDC: 0904-6835
Labeler:
Major Pharmaceuticals
Flucytosine 500 mg Oral Capsule
NDC: 40032-770
Labeler:
Novel Laboratories, Inc.
Flucytosine 250 mg Oral Capsule
NDC: 40032-771
Labeler:
Novel Laboratories, Inc.
Flucytosine 250 mg Oral Capsule
NDC: 42494-339
Labeler:
Cameron Pharmaceuticals, LLC
Flucytosine 500 mg Oral Capsule
NDC: 42494-340
Labeler:
Cameron Pharmaceuticals, LLC
Flucytosine 500 mg Oral Capsule
NDC: 42543-901
Labeler:
Vensun Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Flucytosine 250 mg Oral Capsule
NDC: 42543-902
Labeler:
Vensun Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

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