Active Ingredient(s): Dyphylline
FDA Approved: * August 16, 1976
Category: Asthma

* This drug may consist of multiple approval dates, manufacturers, or distributors. If applicable, they would be listed below under "NDC Database Records".

Lufyllin Overview

Diprophylline (INN)[1] or dyphylline (USAN) (trade names Dilor, Lufyllin), is a xanthine derivative with bronchodilator and vasodilator effects. It is used in the treatment of respiratory disorders like asthma, cardiac dyspnea, and bronchitis. It acts as an adenosine receptor antagonist and phosphodiesterase inhibitor.[2][3] See also Xanthine References .mw-parser-output .reflist{font-size:90%;margin-bottom:0.5em;list-style-type:decimal}.mw...

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

  • Elixir: 100mg/15ml, 160mg/5ml
  • Injection: 250mg/2ml
  • Tablet: 200mg, 400mg
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Lufyllin: (2 results)

Sorted by National Drug Code
  • 0037-0521 Lufyllin 200 mg Oral Tablet by Meda Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • 0037-0731 Lufyllin 400 mg Oral Tablet by Meda Pharmaceuticals Inc.

Other drugs which contain Dyphylline or a similar ingredient: (10 results)

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