No, because it's the generic name of the drug, not a brand name.
A drug can be listed by either its brand name or its generic name. The brand name is what the company that makes it has labeled it and the generic name is its chemical name. Some examples: Tylenol (brand name).....Acetaminophen (generic or chemical name) Motrin (brand name)......Ibuprofen (generic or chemical name) Prilosec (brand name)....Omeprazole (generic or chemical name) Benadryl (brand name)...Diphenhydramine (generic or chemical name)
Fentanyl is a generic drug.
Generic are just as good as name brand. It is in the mind that makes one believe that generic is not as good as name brand.
The generic name is clonidine and the brand name is Catapres..
more likekly a generic name.
Generic means off brand or not having a well known brand name. It can also be used to describe a medication, it's generic name is the medical name for the medicine. Tylenol is a brand name, but the medicine is really acetamenophen (generic).
This is the generic name for the drug. Brand names include Pavabid and Pavagen TD.
It is a generic name of one of the antibiotic.
Diluadid is the brand name..the generic name is: hydromorphone