Myochrysine

Active Ingredient(s): Gold Sodium Thiomalate
Category: Arthritis



Myochrysine Overview

Sodium aurothiomalate (INN, known in the United States as gold sodium thiomalate) is a gold compound that is used for its immunosuppressive anti-rheumatic effects.[2][3] Along with an orally-administered gold salt, auranofin, it is one of only two gold compounds currently employed in modern medicine.[4] Contents 1 Medical uses 2 Adverse effects 3 Pharmacology 4 History of use 5 References Medical uses It is primarily given once or twice...

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Gold Sodium Thiomalate
  • Injection: 25mg/ml, 50mg/ml
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Myochrysine: (1 result)

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  • 17478-533 Myochrysine 50 mg/ml Intramuscular Injection by Akorn, Inc.

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