Desmopressin

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Drugs for urinary disorders – are any lactose-free?

This Medicine Q&A gives details of available urinary frequency, enuresis, incontinence and urinary retention preparations that do not contain lactose. There is a lactose-free preparation… Alfuzosin Bethanechol Darifenacin Desmopressin Doxazosin Duloxetine Dutasteride Finasteride Imipramine Lactose Mirabegron Oxybutynin Prazosin Propiverine Q&A Renal and urologic disorders Solifenacin Solifenacin + Tamsulosin Tamsulosin Tamsulosin + Dutasteride Tolterodine Trospium

Refrigerated Storage

DDAVP · Ferring Pharmaceuticals

Ferring Pharmaceuticals
DDAVP
4mcg/mL injection

Contact Ferring (UK) in all cases where a deviation from the recommended storage conditions has occurred. Refer to the current BNF for company contact details.

Please also refer to the manufacturer’s product literature for recommended storage information at https://www.medicines.org.uk

27th December 2019
London MI Service

DDAVP intranasal solution · Ferring Pharmaceuticals

Ferring Pharmaceuticals
DDAVP intranasal solution
0.1mg/mL intranasal solution

Contact Ferring (UK) in all cases where a deviation from the recommended storage conditions has occurred. Refer to the current BNF for company contact details.

Please also refer to the manufacturer’s product literature for recommended storage information at https://www.medicines.org.uk

27th December 2019
London MI Service

Octim · Ferring Pharmaceuticals

Ferring Pharmaceuticals
Octim
15mcg/mL solution for injection

Contact Ferring (UK) in all cases where a deviation from the recommended storage conditions has occurred. Refer to the current BNF for company contact details.

Please also refer to the manufacturer’s product literature for recommended storage information at https://www.medicines.org.uk

27th December 2019
London MI Service

Lactation Safety Information

DDAVP

DDAVP
Very limited published evidence of safety
Negligible amounts in breast milk which are likely to be degraded in infant’s GI tract