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Adosopine

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Adosopine is a dibenzoazepine drug that has been studied for the treatment of urinary incontinence.[1][2]

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Comprehensive list of medications or pharmaceutical drugs used in the United States with their NDC or national drug code, brand name, dosage, forms of administration etc. sorted alphabetically.

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