Ibuprofen brand names

Ibuprofen brand names

This table lists the various brand names under which the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug ibuprofen is sold.[1]

Name Country
Act-3  
Actron Argentina, Uruguay, Chile
Adex Israel
Arinac Pakistan
Advifen Iran,Uganda,Afghanistan,Iraq
Advil Australia, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, France, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Republic of Macedonia, Mexico, Netherlands, Philippines, South Africa, Turkey, USA
Aktren Austria, Germany
Alaxan Philippines
Alges-X Switzerland
Algifor Switzerland
Algoflex Hungary
Algofren Greece
Alindrin Sweden
Alivium Brazil
Anadin Ibuprofen [2] UK
Anadin Joint Pain [2] UK
Arthrofen UK
Artofen Israel
Betagesic South Africa
Betaprofen South Africa
Bonifen Republic of Macedonia, Slovenia
Brufen Austria, Greece, India, Italy, New Zealand, Pakistan, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Slovakia, South Africa, South Korea, UK
Brufen Retard[3] UK, Norway[4]
Bugesic Australia
Burana Finland, Sweden, Norway[4]
Buprovil Brazil
Caldolor USA
Calprofen UK
Combiflam India[5][6]
Dalsy Brazil, Croatia, Spain
Dismenol Austria
Diverin Republic of Macedonia, Slovenia
Dolgit Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Turkey
Dolofort Austria
Doloraz Jordan
Dolormin Germany
Dolo-Spedifen Switzerland
Dorival  
Ebufac UK
EmuProfen USA
Espidifen Spain
Eve Japan
Fenbid China
Fenpaed UK, New Zealand[7]
Finalflex Slovenia
Galprofen UK
Hedex Kenya, Uganda
Herron Blue Australia
i-profen New Zealand
Ibalgin Czech Republic, Slovakia
Ibrofen and Ibugan Thailand
IBU Chile
IBUFEN Israel
Íbúfen Iceland
Ibugel UK
Ibuflam Germany, South Africa
Ibugesic Latvia
IbuHEXAL Germany
Ibuleve Israel, UK
Ibum Poland
Ibumax Finland, South Africa
Ibumetin Austria, Denmark, Latvia, Sweden, Norway[4]
Ibumidol Uruguay
Ibupain South Africa
Ibuprofen Norway[4]
Ibuprofene Italy
Ibuprom Poland
Ibuprox Norway[4]
IBU-Ratiopharm Germany
Ibuprosyn Finland
Ibustar Latvia
Ibu-Vivimed Germany
Ibux Norway[4]
Ibuxin Finland
Ipren Denmark, Sweden
Kratalgin Austria
Lotem South Africa
Medicol Philippines
Moment Italy
Motrin Canada, Republic of Macedonia, USA
Mypaid South Africa
Myprodol South Africa
Narfen South Korea
Naron Ace Japan
Neobrufen Spain
Neofen Croatia
Norvectan Spain
Nuprin Canada
Nureflex Austria
Nurofen Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Republic of Macedonia, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, UK
Orbifen UK
Panafen Australia
Perifar Uruguay
Profin Iraq
Ranfen South Africa
Rapidol Croatia
Ratiodolor Austria
Rimafen UK
Salvarina Spain
Solpaflex Slovenia
Spedifen France
Speedpain NANO South Korea
Spidifen Belgium, Portugal
Tefin Ireland
Unafen India
Upfen Republic of Macedonia

References

  1. ^ In the UK, analgesics including ibuprofen are available over the counter but restrictions on their sale apply. The Medicines And Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency describes "best practice" as not allowing the sale of more than 32 tablets at a time, unless a qualified pharmacist is in attendance. A legal upper limit of 100 tablets also applies.[1]
  1. ^ http://www.mhra.gov.uk/home/groups/pl-p/documents/websiteresources/con065560.pdf
  2. ^ a b http://www.anadin.co.uk/products/ibuprofen/
  3. ^ "Brufen Retard – Summary of Product Characteristics". electronic Medicines Compendium. March 19, 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-14. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f "Legemiddelkapitler -> L17 Legemidler ved muskel- og skjelettsykdommer -> L17.1 Antiinflammatoriske midler -> L17.1.1 Ikke‑steroide antiinflammatoriske midler -> L17.1.1.5 Ibuprofen". Norsk legemiddelhåndbok. April 4, 2011. Retrieved 2011-07-07. 
  5. ^ "Combiflam". Drugs.com. Retrieved 11 September 2013. 
  6. ^ "Stop before you pop". The Times of India. Retrieved 11 September 2013. 
  7. ^ Fenpaed oral liquid 20mg/mL is listed as being subsidised by