Definition of Lanoxin
1. Noun. Digitalis preparation (trade name Lanoxin) used to treat congestive heart failure or cardiac arrhythmia; helps the heart beat more forcefully.
Generic synonyms: Digitalin, Digitalis, Digitalis Glycoside
Language type: Trade Name
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1. Making Drugs In Puerto Rico: Tax Benefits For The Pharmeceutical Industry In (1992)
"The top three drugs in number of prescriptions--Amoxil, produced by SmithKline Beecham; lanoxin, produced by Burroughs Wellcome; and Zantac, ..."
2. Prescription Drugs: Companies Typically Charge More In The U.s. Than In The U.k. by DIANE Publishing Company (2004)
"However, Premarin, Zantac, lanoxin, and Xanax—the second, third, fourth, and fifth most commonly dispensed drugs in the United States, respectively—cost 197 ..."