FDA Approves Mylan's Generic Anesthesia Drug Etomidate

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Pharmaceutical company Mylan received FDA approval of its Abbreviated New Drug Application for Etomidate Injection, a generic anesthesia drug, according to iStockAnalyst.com.

Etomidate Injection is the generic version of Hospira's Amidate Injection, which is an intravenous general anesthesia.

The newly-approved drug has begun shipping in the United States, and sales for the last 12 months of Etomidate Injection, ending in March, were $6.58M.

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