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gabapentin

Capsules 100 mg, 300 mg, 400 mg

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European Union
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EU GMP
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Portugal, Vietnam

gabapentin

Oral solution 50 mg / mL

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EU CTD
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European Union
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GMP approvals
EU GMP

gabapentin

Capsules 100 mg, 300 mg, 400 mg

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EU CTD
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European Union
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Ready
GMP approvals
EU GMP
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United Kingdom

gabapentin

Tablets, film coated 600mg, 800mg

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EU CTD
Country of origin
European Union
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Ready
GMP approvals
EU GMP
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Portugal, Vietnam

gabapentin

Capsules 100 mg, 300 mg, 400 mg

Dossier type
CTD
Country of origin
European Union
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Ready
Clinical data
Bioequivalence
GMP approvals
EU GMP
Unavailable markets
Vietnam

gabapentin

Capsules 100mg, 300mg, 400mg

Dossier type
EU CTD
Country of origin
Canada
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Ready
GMP approvals
EU GMP
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Pakistan, Vietnam

gabapentin

Capsules 100 mg, 300 mg, 400 mg

Dossier type
EU CTD
Country of origin
India
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Ready
GMP approvals
EU GMP
Unavailable markets
United Kingdom
Registered in
Portugal, France, Spain

gabapentin

Capsules 100 mg, 300 mg, 400 mg

Dossier type
EU CTD
Country of origin
India
Dossier status
Ready
Clinical data
Bioequivalence
GMP approvals
FDA,EU GMP

gabapentin

Capsules 400mg

Dossier type
EU CTD
Country of origin
India
Dossier status
Ready
GMP approvals
EU GMP
Unavailable markets
United Kingdom

gabapentin

Capsules 100 mg, 300 mg , 400 mg

Dossier type
EU CTD
Country of origin
India
Dossier status
Ready
GMP approvals
EU GMP
Unavailable markets
Chile, Panama, United Kingdom

What is the Gabapentin drug?

Gabapentin is an anticonvulsant medication. Gabapentin drug is used for the treatment of partial seizure, restless legs syndrome, hot flashes, and neuropathic pain. To treat neuropathic pain, Gabapentin is the first-line medication, if the disease is caused by postherpetic neuralgia, diabetic neuropathy, or central neuropathic pain. Gabapentin works by inhibiting the release of excitatory neurotransmitters, but the exact Gabapentin mechanism of action is still unclear for the experts.
Gabapentin was developed by Parke-Davis (a subsidiary of supplier Pfizer). The FDA approved the medical use of Gabapentin in 1993. In 2004, the FDA approved a generic equivalent to Neurontin made by Teva Pharmaceutical Industries.

Gabapentin manufacturers and wholesalers:

Gabapentin patents have already expired, and generic versions of the drug are widely available. Since the patent date already expired many Gabapentin manufacturers around the globe actively manufacture this opioid medicine and named their products. The first manufacturer to market Gabapentin was Pfizer under the brand name Neurontin.
Among the many Gabapentin manufacturers, we can list Actavis Elizabeth Llc, Aurobindo Pharma Limited, Amneal Pharmaceuticals LLC, Apotex Corp, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Inc, Hikma Pharmaceuticals PLC, Mutual Pharmaceutical Co Inc, Sandoz Inc, Watson Laboratories Inc, Glenmark Generics Ltd, Akorn, Inc, Major Pharmaceuticals, Epic Pharma LLC, among others.
Other major manufacturing companies, such as Novartis, Teva, and Mylan, have since then introduced their variants of the medication, and there are now over 300 different gabapentin drugs marketed worldwide. Gabapentin is one of the most highly prescribed medications, with over 44 million yearly prescriptions registered in the U.S. alone. As of now, gabapentin is available as both branded and generic medications. And clinical studies have shown that the generic variants of gabapentin are non-inferior to Neurontin – the originator product.
Gabapentin suppliers market it in the final dosage forms of 100 mg, 300 mg, 400 mg capsules, 600 mg, 800 mg film-coated tablets, and 250 mg/5 ml oral solutions.

Gabapentin for sales:

Gabapentin patent has expired and many manufacturers are producing this medication on a high scale, for those reasons, Gabapentin prices are quite low. However, Gabapentin costs depend on the country it is sold in and the health policies of the country.
In the US, Gabapentin powder costs about $30.0 per gram. For an 800 mg tablet, Gabapentin costs from $0.18 to $3.09 per tablet, for a 600 mg tablet, Gabapentin costs from $0.16 to $2.58 per unit, for a 400 mg tablet, it costs about $1.59 per tablet, and for a 300 mg tablet, Gabapentin costs about $1.32 per tablet. For a 400 mg capsule, Gabapentin costs from $0.13 to $1.21 per unit, for a 100 mg capsule from $0.05 to $0.40, and a 300 mg from $0.03 to $0.36 per unit. For 250 mg/5 ml solution, Gabapentin costs from $0.13 to $0.34 per unit.
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How to use the Gabapentin drug?

To treat epilepsy, an adult patient should take the initial dose of 300 mg orally of Gabapentin on the first day of the treatment. On day two, the patient should take 300 mg orally twice a day, and on day three, the patient should take 300 mg orally 3 times a day. At the maintenance stage of the therapy, the patient should take 300 mg to 600 mg orally 3 times a day. The maximum Gabapentin dose is 3600 mg orally daily (in 3 divided doses).
The patient should not wait more than 12 hours between each dose.
To treat postherpetic neuralgia, an adult patient should take the initial dose of 300 mg orally of Gabapentin on the first day of the treatment. On day two, the patient should take 300 mg orally twice a day, and on day three, the patient should take 300 mg orally 3 times a day. The Gabapentin maximum dose is 1800 mg per day (600 mg orally 3 times a day).
To treat restless legs syndrome, an adult patient should take 600 mg orally once a day with food.
Taking Gabapentin can cause some side effects, the most common ones include clumsiness or unsteadiness, continuous, uncontrolled, back-and-forth, or rolling eye movements, sleepiness, and dizziness. Some serious side effects that can occur are an increased risk of suicidal thoughts and aggressive behavior.
It is recommended to avoid alcohol while on a Gabapentin therapy. Gabapentin is ineffective in absence seizures.