• STEVE STEVE
    January 01, 2009
    wHAT DOES "NOVO" OR "APO" MEAN BEFORE THE DRUG NAME?
    STEVE STEVE
    January 01, 2009

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  • phillip July 05, 2009
    phillip
    January 01, 2009

    the prefix "apo" or 'novo" indicates that the medication is a generic form.  There is no difference in one of these medications in comparison to a brand name, except for cost.

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  • lowerbp2 January 01, 2009
    lowerbp2
    January 01, 2009

    depends on the drug. can be part of the chemical name using in the Pharm name they use.  I would recommend looking up on drugs.com to try to figure it out for you drug(s).

    Grim MD

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  • Ronald Stevens May 01, 2009
    Ronald Stevens
    January 01, 2009

    I want the answer to Steve's question - "What does "novo" or APO" mean before the drug name?

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