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Oa

Oc

Of

  • Ofirmev (Acetaminophen (Injection))

Og

Oh

Ol

Om

On

  • One-Gram C (Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) (By mouth))
  • Onfi (Clobazam (By mouth))
  • Onglyza (Saxagliptin (By mouth))
  • Onmel (Itraconazole (By mouth))
  • Onset Forte (Analgesic/antihistamine/decongestant (By mouth))
  • Onsolis (Fentanyl citrate (By mouth))
  • Onsolis (Fentanyl (Into the mouth))
  • Ontak (Denileukin diftitox (Injection))

Op

Or

Os

Ot

Ou

  • Outgro (Benzocaine (On the skin))

Ov

  • Ovace Plus (Sulfacetamide (On the skin))
  • Ovace Plus Wash (Sulfacetamide (On the skin))
  • Ovace Wash (Sulfacetamide (On the skin))
  • Ovide (Malathion (On the skin))
  • Ovidrel (Chorionic gonadotropin alfa, recombinant (Injection))
  • Ovral-21 (Ethinyl estradiol/norgestrel (By mouth))

Ox

  • Oxandrin (Oxandrolone (By mouth))
  • Oxecta (Oxycodone, rapid release (By mouth))
  • Oxilan-300 (Radiological Non-ionic contrast media (Injection))
  • Oxilan-350 (Radiological Non-ionic contrast media (Injection))
  • Oxistat (Antifungals (On the skin))
  • Oxistat (Oxiconazole (On the skin))
  • Oxsoralen (Methoxsalen (On the skin))
  • Oxsoralen-Ultra (Methoxsalen (By mouth))
  • Oxy IR (Oxycodone, rapid release (By mouth))
  • Oxycontin (Oxycodone, slow release (By mouth))
  • Oxytrol (Oxybutynin (Absorbed through the skin))

Oy

Oz

  • Ozurdex (Dexamethasone implant (Into the eye))

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