Deleted products 2017

The following products are no longer available and have been removed from MIMS.


Ceplene (histamine)
Removab (catumaxomab)


Calchan MR (nifedipine)
Cibral XL (isosorbide mononitrate)
Glybera (alipogene tiparvovec)
Nipatra (sildenafil)
Oldaram (tramadol)
Prilotekal (prilocaine)
Revocon (tetrabenazine)
Viskaldix (pindolol/clopamide)
Voleze (rivastigmine)


Lescol Capsules (fluvastatin)
Teoptic (carteolol)
Altargo (retapamulin)


Aureocort (triamcinolone/chlortetracycline)
Dyazide (co-triamterzide)
Gyno-Daktarin Vaginal Capsule (miconazole)
Intanza (influenza vaccine)
Maxolon High Dose (metoclopramide)
Maxolon Injection (metoclopramide)
Protelos (strontium ranelate)
Resource Dessert Energy


Elave Intensive Cream
Exjade Dispersible Tablets (deferasirox)
Haemate P (factor VIII)
Mononine (factor IX)
Solu-Medrone 2G (methylprednisolone)


Cleosensa (ethinylestradiol/drospirenone)
Daylette (ethinylestradiol/drospirenone)
Luvinsta XL (fluvastatin)
Orgaran (danaparoid sodium)
Panoxyl Aquagel (benzoyl peroxide)
Trobalt (retigabine)


Actidose-Aqua (activated charcoal)
Ciloxan Ointment (ciprofloxacin)
Docusol (docusate sodium)
Emadine (emedastine)
Oraldene (hexetidine)


Ebesque XL (quetiapine)
Distamine (penicillamine)
Isopto Alkaline (hypromellose)
Kemicetine (chloramphenicol)
Macugen (pegaptanib)
Tobravisc (tobramycin)


Axorid (ketoprofen/omeprazole)
Emeside (ethosuximide)
Gabup (buprenorphine)
Isotrex (isotretinoin)
Miacalcic (calcitonin [salmon])
Zarontin (ethosuximide)


Arpicolin (procyclidine)
Crixivan (indinavir)
Fersaday (ferrous fumarate)
Lomont (lofepramine)
Sulpor (sulpiride)
Syprol (propranolol)
Zolvera (verapamil)


Allevyn Plus Cavity
Amoxil Sachets (amoxicillin)
Asasantin Retard (aspirin/dipyridamole)
Dualtis (DHA/EPA/omega-3-acid ethyl esters)
Erlibelle (ethinylestradiol/levonorgestrel)
Exelon Capsules (rivastigmine)
Exelon Oral Solution (rivastigmine)
Micronor (norethisterone)
One Touch Comfort
Prempak-C (oestrogen/norgestrel)
Risperdal Quicklet (risperidone)

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