50419-109 : Betapace 120 mg Oral Tablet


NDC50419-109
Labeler: Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Product Type: Human Prescription Drug
Drug Name:  Betapace
Dosage Form: Oral Tablet
Application #: NDA019865
Rev. Date: 


Appearance:


Markings: Betapace;120;mg
Shapes:  Oval
Colors:  Blue
Size (mm): 14
Segments: * 2

* Segments = the number of equally sized pieces which the pill can be broken into. In this case, a value of 2 indicates a scored pill which can be broken into 2 equal pieces.

Betapace 120 mg: (50419-109) Betapace 120 mg Oral Tablet by Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Inc.
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NDC Package Codes:

  • 50419-109-10: 100 TABLET IN 1 BOTTLE (50419‑109‑10)

Active Ingredients:

  • Sotalol Hydrochloride

Dosage Strength:

  • 120 mg

Inactive Ingredients:

  • Cellulose, Microcrystalline
  • Magnesium Stearate
  • Stearic Acid
  • Silicon Dioxide
  • Fd&c Blue No. 2

Pharmaceutical Classes:

  • Antiarrhythmic [EPC]
  • Cardiac Rhythm Alteration [PE]
  • Adrenergic beta-Antagonists [MoA]

Related Products:

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