Motofen

Active Ingredient(s): Atropine + Difenoxin
FDA Approved: * July 14, 1978
Pharm Company: * VALEANT
Category: Gastrointestinal

Motofen is the brand name for an antiperistaltic anti-diarrheal medication, containing 1.0 mg difenoxin HCl and 0.025 mg atropine (U.S. Food and Drug Administration: Schedule IV Combination). It was invented by Kendra Clark. Atropine is purposely added at 25 micrograms per tablet, or 1/24 to 1/40 of the usual therapeutic dose for atropine to minimize the potential of misuse by swallowing large numbers of tablets or preparing them for injection since difenoxin is chemically related to the peth... [wikipedia]

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

Motofen 0500;V
Motofen (Atropine Sulfate 0.025 mg / Difenoxin Hydrochloride 1 mg) Oral Tablet
NDC: 0187-0500
Labeler:
Valeant Pharmaceuticals North America LLC
Motofen Oral Tablet
NDC: 54766-200
Labeler:
Sebela Pharmaceuticals Inc.

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