Tertroxin and eltroxin

Fraier Sorana sorana at bgumail.bgu.ac.il
Tue Feb 9 03:39:22 EST 1999

In article <19990115144126.06822.00001595 at ng37.aol.com>,
  smartin469 at aol.com (SMartin469) wrote:
> Can anyone tell me what these compounds are? I have a feeling they may be
> lyophilised preparations of T3 and T4 but are they trade names or what, and if
> so who supplies them?
> Thanks.

Eltroxin is trade mark of T4 supplied by Glaxo company. It doesn't seem to be
lyophilized because according to the specification they write about LOI (loss
on ignition). Among thyroid agents, none of them  reffers to Tertroxin as
trade mark. It looks like T3.


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