Brintellix Coupon - Brintellix 20mg tablet
Brintellix Coupon - Brintellix 20mg tablet

Availability: Trintellix replaces Brintellix, which has been discontinued by the manufacturer. Learn More


Brintellix Latest News

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Brintellix Changing Names to Trintellix for Safety

Roni Shye - May 19, 2016

There are many medications on the market that have very similar names, which can sometimes be confusing for you, your pharmacist, and your doctor.

One example is Brintellix (an anti-depressant) and Brilinta (a blood thinner). Especially since they treat such different conditions, confusing these two prescriptions can cause big problems—and could even be life-threatening.

To lower the risk of mixing these two up, and to decrease prescribing and dispensing mistakes, the FDA just approved a name change for BrintellixSee More

Top 10 New Drugs of 2015

Dr. Sharon Orrange - November 16, 2015

Pharmaceutical manufacturers released a number of new prescription drugs in 2015. Some of these new drugs are truly lifesavers . . . and some aren’t. Either way, pharmaceutical companies will be spending lots of money to let you know about them—you’ll be seeing them on the sides of buses and in TV commercials for quite a while.

As a doctor, I’m always excited about improvements that help patients. Some of the drugs below can really make a difference. See More

FDA Safety Alert: Telling Brintellix and Brilinta Apart

Roni Shye - September 11, 2015

The FDA has issued a safety announcement for Brintellix (vortioxetine) and Brilinta (ticagrelor)—two medications with very similar names and appearances.

A look-alike-sound-alike medication, or LASA for short, is a medication that can be easily confused with another similar drug. Brintellix and Brilinta are a perfect example of LASA medications.

Even though they look and sound alike, Brintellix and Brilinta are two very different medications that treat different conditions. See More

New Kid on the Block: Brintellix for Depression

Roni Shye - October 08, 2013

The FDA recently approved a new antidepressant, Brintellix (vortioxetine) for use in adults with major depressive disorder (MDD). MDD affects an estimated 14 million people in the United States. Symptoms can manifest emotionally and physically and can affect cognitive function, causing mood changes and interferences in normal activities and affecting daily quality of life. Here is what you need to know:

How does it work?

The exact mechanism of the drug is still not fully understood. See More

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