05 Mar 2015

BuTrans (Buprenorphine) - United Kingdom

ATC: N02AE
NERVOUS SYSTEM
ANALGESICS
OPIOIDS
ORIPAVINE DERIVATIVES
BuTrans

Generic Matches for Buprenorphine (5)
Temgesic Sublingual Tablets
Temgesic Injection
SUBOXONE Sublingual Tablets
BUTRANS 5, 10 and 20ug/h Transdermal Patch
Transtec Transdermal Patch

Last Updated on 05 Mar 2015 by EPG Health Media Staff

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BuTrans Indication

Treatment of non-malignant pain of moderate intensity when an opioid is necessary for obtaining adequate analgesia.

BuTrans is not suitable for the treatment of acute pain.

 

BuTrans Generic Name

Buprenorphine

Type

POM

Summary Product Characteristics (SPCs) Links
SPC - BuTrans transdermal patch (external site)

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BuTrans Marketing Information

BuTrans Generic Name
Buprenorphine
Marketing Company
Napp Pharmaceuticals Limited
Drug Type
POM
Date of Issue, Marketing Authority 10/06/2005

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