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11/20/2019

Dorzolamide Ophthalmic Solution

Products Affected - Description

    • Dorzolamide ophthalmic solution, Teva, 2%, 10 mL bottle, 1 count, NDC 00093-7618-43 - discontinued
    • Dorzolamide ophthalmic solution, Teva, 2%, 10 mL bottle, 1 count, NDC 00591-2481-79 - discontinued

Reason for the Shortage

    • Akorn has dorzolamide ophthalmic solution available.
    • Merck did not provide a reason for the shortage.
    • Sandoz has dorzolamide ophthalmic solution available
    • Teva discontinued dorzolamide ophthalmic solution in April 2018.
    • Bausch Health has dorzolamide ophthalmic solution available.

Available Products

    • Trusopt ophthalmic solution, Merck, 2%, 10 mL Ocumeter Plus bottle, 1 count, NDC 00006-3519-36
    • Dorzolamide ophthalmic solution, Akorn, 2%, 10 mL bottle, 1 count, NDC 50383-0232-10
    • Dorzolamide ophthalmic solution, Bausch Health, 2%, 10 mL bottle, 1 count, NDC 24208-0485-10
    • Dorzolamide ophthalmic solution, Sandoz, 2%, 10 mL bottle, 1 count, NDC 61314-0019-10

Updated

Updated November 20, 2019 by Rachael Freeman, PharmD, BCPS. Created October 30, 2017 by Benjamin Witt, PharmD, BCPS, Drug Information Specialist. © 2019, Drug Information Service, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

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