Products Affected - Description
Reserpine oral tablets, Sandoz
0.1 mg, 100 count (NDC 00185-0032-01) - discontinued
0.1 mg, 1000 count (NDC 00185-0032-10) - discontinued
0.25 mg, 100 count (NDC 00185-0134-01) - discontinued
0.25 mg, 1000 count (NDC 00185-0134-10) - discontinued
Reason for the Shortage
- Sandoz has discontinued reserpine.
- There are no other manufacturers of reserpine tablets.
No presentations are available.
Estimated Resupply Dates
Sandoz has discontinued all reserpine tablet presentations.
April 15, January 22, 2016; November 12, August 19, June 11, April 27, January 22, 2015; November 26, September 18, June 5, 2014; December 12, September 18, July 29, May 22, April 23, January 18, 2013; November 16, 2012, University of Utah, Drug Information Service. Copyright 2016, Drug Information Service, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.
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