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Emeside syrup discontinued

28 Apr 2017

Essential Pharma has discontinued its version of ethosuximide syrup, Emeside.

If you take Emeside syrup, you will need to switch to a generic version of ethosuximide syrup. This is because the other branded version of the syrup, called Zarontin, has also been discontinued.

If you have any concerns about this, speak to your doctor, epilepsy nurse of pharmacist. 

Zarontin syrup discontinued

13 Apr 2017

The medicine company Pfizer has stopped making its version of ethosuximide syrup, called Zarontin.

If you take Zarontin, you will need to switch to a different manufacturer’s version of ethosuximide syrup.

If you have any concerns about this, speak to your doctor, epilepsy nurse or pharmacist.

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