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G-Tase
15mg 30mg 45mg

Gabafirst
50mg 75mg 100mg 150mg 200mg 225mg 300mg

Gabafit
50mg 75mg 100mg 150mg 200mg 225mg 300mg

Gabanext
50mg 75mg 100mg 150mg 200mg 225mg 300mg

Gabantin
100mg 300mg 400mg 600mg 800mg

Gabapentin
100mg 300mg 400mg 600mg 800mg

Gabapin
100mg 300mg 400mg 600mg 800mg

Gabitril
2mg 4mg 12mg 5mg 10mg

Galamer
4mg 8mg 12mg

Galvus
50mg

Ganciclovir
250mg 500mg

Ganfort - drops
0.03%/0.05%

Ganicyclovir
250mg 500mg

Gastrodine
10mg 20mg

Gatifloxacin
200mg 400mg

Gatiquin
200mg 400mg

Geftib
250mg

Gefticip
250mg

Geftinat
250mg

Gemez
320mg

Gemfibrozil
300mg 600mg 900mg

Gemtaz - vial
1g 200mg

Gemzar - vial
1g 200mg

Gen-Flecainide
50mg 100mg

Gen-Topiramate
25mg 50mg 100mg 200mg

Genafex
30mg 60mg 120mg 180mg

Genex
200mg 400mg 800mg

Gengraf
25mg 50mg 100mg

Genoloss
0.5mg

Gensitan
20mg 40mg 80mg

Genvir
1g 500mg

Geodon
20mg 40mg 60mg 80mg

Ginette 35
2mg/0.035mg

Glavus Met
100mg/50mg 500mg/50mg 850mg/50mg

Gleevec
100mg 400mg

Glez
5mg 10mg

Glibenclamide
2.5mg 5mg

Glibenclamide/Metformin Hydrochloride
250mg/1.25mg 500mg/2.5mg 500mg/5mg

Glibomet
250mg/1.25mg 500mg/2.5mg 500mg/5mg

Gliclazide
40mg 80mg

Gliclazide - MR
30mg 60mg

Gliconorm
250mg/1.25mg 500mg/2.5mg 500mg/5mg

Glimepiride
1mg 2mg 3mg 4mg

Glimepiride/Rosiglitazone Maleate
1mg/4mg 2mg/4mg 4mg/4mg

Glimpid
1mg 2mg 3mg 4mg

Glimy
1mg 2mg 3mg 4mg

Glinate
60mg 120mg 180mg

Glinil M
250mg/1.25mg 500mg/2.5mg 500mg/5mg

Gliotem
5mg 20mg 100mg 250mg

Glipizide
5mg 10mg

Glipride
1mg 2mg 3mg 4mg

Glita
15mg 30mg 45mg

Glito
15mg 30mg 45mg

Glitter
15mg 30mg 45mg

Glivac
100mg 400mg

Glivec
100mg 400mg

Glizone
15mg 30mg 45mg

Globez
200mg

Glucobay
25mg 50mg 100mg

Glucomide
250mg/1.25mg 500mg/2.5mg 500mg/5mg

Gluconorm
0.5mg 1mg 2mg

Glucophage
500mg 850mg 1000mg

Glucophage XR - ER
750mg 500mg

Glucored Forte
250mg/1.25mg 500mg/2.5mg 500mg/5mg

Glucosafe
2.5mg 5mg

Glucotrol
5mg 10mg

Glucovance
250mg/1.25mg 500mg/2.5mg 500mg/5mg

Glufit
15mg 30mg 45mg

Gluformin XL - ER
750mg 500mg

Glumet
500mg 850mg 1000mg

Glumetza
500mg 850mg 1000mg

Glumetza - ER
750mg 500mg

Glustin
15mg 30mg 45mg

Glyburide
2.5mg 5mg

Glyburide/Metformin Hydrochloride
250mg/1.25mg 500mg/2.5mg 500mg/5mg

Glyceryl Trinitrate - patch
0.2mg 0.4mg 0.6mg 0.8mg

Glyciphage
500mg 850mg 1000mg

Glycomet
500mg 850mg 1000mg

Glynase
5mg 10mg

Glyred
40mg 80mg

Glyset
25mg 50mg 100mg

Glz
40mg 80mg

Gold Sodium Thiomalate - ampul
10mg/mL 25mg/mL 50mg/mL

Gonal-F - vial
150IU 1200IU

Gonasi - ampul
2000IU 10000IU

Granicip - vial
1mg/mL 3mg/3mL

Grasalip
10mg 20mg 40mg 80mg

Gravol
50mg

Gris OD
125mg 250mg 500mg

Griseofulvin
125mg 250mg 500mg

Grisoral
125mg 250mg 500mg

Grisovin-FP
125mg 250mg 500mg

Gutron
2.5mg 5mg



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