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Ibuprofen

Idoxuridine

Ifosfamide

Iloprost

Imipramine

Indapamide

Indinavir

Indomethacin

Infliximab

Insulin

Interferon-a2

Interferon-a2b

Interferon-a2a

Interferon-ß

Interferon-ß-1a

Interferon-ß-1b

Interferon-Y

Ipratropium

Irbesartan

Isoconazole

Isoetharine

Isoflurane

Isoniazid

Isoprenaline (= Isoproterenol) Isosorbide dinitrate 5-Isosorbide mononitrate Isotretinoin

Actiprophen, Advil, Motrin, Nuprin, Trendar

Dendrid, Herplex, Kerecid, Stoxil

Ifex

Latanaprost

Dynaprin, Impril, Janimine, Melipramin, Tofranil,

Typramine

Lozide, Lozol, Natrilix

Crixivan

Ammuno, Indocid, Indocin, Indome, Metacen Remicade

Humalog, Humulin, Iletin, Novolin, Velosulin

Berofor alpha 2

Intron A

Roferon A3

Fiblaferon 3

Avonex

Betaseron

Actimmune

Atrovent, Itrop

Avapro

Gyno-Travogen, Travogen

Arm-a-Med, Bisorine, Bronkosol, Dey-Lute

Forane

Armazid, Isotamine, Lamiazid, Nydrazid, Rimifon, Tee-baconin

Aludrin, Isuprel, Neo Epinin, Saventrine Cedocard, Coradus, Coronex, Isordil, Sorbitrate Coleb, Elantan, Ismo Acutane Roche, Roaccutan

Isoxsuprine

Isradipine

Itroconazole

Rolisox, Vasodilan, Vasoprine

DynaCirc

Sporanox

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