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Drug Shortages: No Commercially Available Preparations

ASHP and its partners work to keep the public informed of the most current drug shortages. Shortages can adversely affect drug therapy, compromise or delay medical procedures, and result in medication errors.

No Commercially Available Preparations Bulletins

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Generic NameRevision Date
5% Lidocaine and 7.5% Dextrose Injection Jan 30, 2017
Ammonium Chloride Injection Jan 31, 2017
Ammonium Molybdate Injection Dec 19, 2016
Amoxicillin and Clavulanate 1000 mg/62.5 mg Extended-Release Tablets Feb 06, 2017
Asparaginase Erwinia chrysanthemi Jan 25, 2017
Cefotaxime Injection Jan 24, 2017
Dexpanthenol Injection Jan 27, 2017
Dolasetron Mesylate Injection Nov 29, 2016
Electrolyte Concentrate Jan 27, 2017
Hydroxyamphetamine Hydrobromide and Tropicamide Ophthalmic Solution Feb 07, 2017
Indigo Carmine Injection Feb 14, 2017
Liotrix Tablets Feb 07, 2017
Methyldopate Injection Jan 27, 2017
Methylphenidate Transdermal Jan 10, 2017
Morrhuate Sodium Injection Jan 27, 2017
Mupirocin Calcium 2% Nasal Ointment Jan 27, 2017
Ranitidine Injection Feb 13, 2017
Reteplase Injection Feb 07, 2017
Sincalide Injection Jan 25, 2017
Theophylline Extended-Release Tablets Jan 13, 2017
Torsemide Injection Jan 30, 2017


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