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Medicines starting with D

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These pages have links to medication factsheets produced by Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand Waitaha Canterbury Clinical Pharmacology Department or the Hillmorton Hospital Pharmacy. For more information on the factsheets produced by Te Whatu Ora Waitaha Clinical Pharmacology Department, see My Medicines.

To find information on a medication, browse the list of medications below. You can also use the SEARCH box at the top of this page. The medications are listed by their generic names (non-brand names). Common brand names are also listed.

With the support of the Health Quality and Safety Commission New Zealand, My Medicines has produced te reo Māori versions of many commonly used medications. See Medication factsheets in te reo Māori for a list of these medications.

Dabigatran

Dabigatran (te reo Māori version)

Dabigatran (Cook Island Māori)

Dabigatran (Hindi)

Dabigatran (Korean)

Dabigatran (Samoan)

Dabigatran (Simplified Chinese)

Dabigatran (Traditional Chinese)

Dabigatran (Tongan)

Dalteparin

Dantrolene

Darunavir

Deferoxamine injection

Desloratadine

Desogestrel (progestogen only contraceptive)

Dexamethasone

Dexamfetamine

Dexchlorpheniramine

Diazepam Injection

Diazepam (oral)

Diclofenac

Diclofenac (te reo Māori version)

Diflucan (fluconazole)

Diflucortolone (skin cream or ointment)

Digoxin

Dihydrocodeine

Dilantin (phenytoin)

Diltiazem

Diltiazem (te reo Māori version)

Dipyridamole

Disopyramide

Disprin (aspirin)

Disulfiram

Docusate

Docusate and sennoside B

Dolutegravir

Domperidone

Donepezil

Dosulepin

Doxazosin

Doxycycline

Dulaglutide

Duolin (salbutamol and ipratropium)

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