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Exact matches for magnesium

Drug NameType
1. magnesium oralOTC

Matches containing magnesium

Drug NameType
1. Magnesium Acetate TetrahydrateRx
2. magnesium amino acid chelate oralOTC
3. magnesium ascorbate (bulk)OTC
4. magnesium aspartate HCl oralOTC
5. magnesium carb-kaolin-talc-hydrophil petrolat topicalOTC
6. magnesium carbonateOTC
7. Magnesium Carbonate BlockOTC
8. magnesium carbonate oralOTC
9. magnesium carbonate-asafetida oralOTC
10. magnesium chlorideRx / OTC
11. magnesium chloride injectionRx
12. magnesium chloride oralOTC
13. magnesium citrateOTC
14. magnesium citrate oralOTC
15. magnesium gluconateOTC
16. magnesium gluconate oralOTC
17. magnesium glycerophosphateRx
18. magnesium glycinate (bulk)Rx / OTC
19. magnesium glycinate oralOTC
20. magnesium hydroxide in mineral oil oralOTC
21. magnesium hydroxide oralOTC
22. magnesium malateRx
23. magnesium oxide (bulk)Rx / OTC
24. magnesium oxide oralOTC
25. magnesium oxide-asafetida oralOTC
26. magnesium oxide-magnesium amino acid chelate oralOTC
27. magnesium oxide-pyridoxine HCl oralOTC
28. magnesium phosphateOTC
29. magnesium salicylate (bulk)OTC
30. magnesium salicylate oralOTC
31. magnesium salicylate-DPH oralOTC
32. magnesium stearateRx / OTC
33. magnesium sulfate (bulk)OTC
34. magnesium sulfate (laxative) oralOTC
35. magnesium sulfate in 0.9 %NaCl intravenousRx
36. magnesium sulfate in dextrose 5 % intravenousRx
37. magnesium sulfate in LR intravenousRx
38. magnesium sulfate injectionRx
39. magnesium sulfate intravenousRx
40. magnesium sulfate topicalOTC
41. magnesium trisilicateOTC
42. magnesium-aconite-bellad alka oralOTC
43. magnesium-aluminum-alginic ac oralOTC
44. magnesium-calcium-folic acid oralRx
45. magnesium-herbals-valerian oralOTC
46. magnesium-potassium oralOTC
47. magnesium-potass-sodium salt oralOTC
48. magnesium-tartaric acid-rhubarb oralOTC
49. magnesium-vit B2-feverfew-ging oralOTC
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