Ranbaxy OTC antihistamine
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The India-based firm receives FDA approval to manufacture and commercialize 10 mg tablets of its bioequivalent to OTC Claritin Reditabs (loratadine), Ranbaxy subsidiary Ohm Laboratories says April 12. Loratadine provided in orally disintegrating tablets has annual sales of $58.7 million, according to North Brunswick, N.J.-based Ohm, which sells and distributes generic and private-label OTC products in the U.S. Ranbaxy says the product will be distributed by Ohm and will be available in U.S. markets in late June this year. Schering-Plough filed for a Claritin switch in March 2002 and received an approval in November that year (1"The Tan Sheet" Dec. 9, 2002, p. 4)...
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