Warner-Lambert Cerebyx relabeled product offered to wholesalers to reduce dosing confusion.
WARNER-LAMBERT OFFERING EXCHANGE OF NEWLY LABELED CEREBYX TO WHOLESALERS for existing inventory of the anticonvulsant. The company has revised the packaging of Cerebyx (fosphenytoin) to emphasize dosing in phenytoin (Dilantin) equivalents. A labeling supplement for the phenytoin prodrug was approved on Dec. 26. Cerebyx was approved in August.
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