0469-5202 : Protopic 1 mg/g Topical Ointment


NDC0469-5202
Labeler: Astellas Pharma Us Inc.
Product Type: Human Prescription Drug
Drug Name:  Protopic
Dosage Form: Topical Ointment
Application #: NDA050777
Rev. Date: 


NDC Package Codes:

  • 0469-5202-02: 1 TUBE IN 1 CARTON (0469‑5202‑02) > 2 G IN 1 TUBE
  • 0469-5202-11: 1 TUBE IN 1 CARTON (0469‑5202‑11) > 100 G IN 1 TUBE
  • 0469-5202-30: 1 TUBE IN 1 CARTON (0469‑5202‑30) > 30 G IN 1 TUBE
  • 0469-5202-60: 1 TUBE IN 1 CARTON (0469‑5202‑60) > 60 G IN 1 TUBE

Active Ingredients:

  • Tacrolimus

Dosage Strength:

  • 1 mg/g

Pharmaceutical Classes:

  • Calcineurin Inhibitor Immunosuppressant [EPC]
  • Calcineurin Inhibitors [MoA]

Related Products:

Based on records with the same trade name.
  • 0469-5201 Protopic .3 mg/g Topical Ointment by Astellas Pharma Us Inc.
  • 50222-203 Protopic .3 mg/g Topical Ointment by Leo Pharma Inc.
  • 50222-211 Protopic 1 mg/g Topical Ointment by Leo Pharma Inc.
  • 54868-5233 Protopic 1 mg/g Topical Ointment by Physicians Total Care, Inc.

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