Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Mylan's M L22-L27 Pills

Another instance of only using letter "M" to index pills manufactured by Mylan Pharmaceuticals is Mylan's "M L" series which is distinguished by variable numbers debossed on the pills. Mylan Pharmaceutical produces and markets several absolutely different medicines labeled with these letters, and we are going to inform you about all of them, one by one. Today, our subject is Lisinopril (generic Zestril or Prinivil), a drug which is mainly used to treat hypertension and cardiovascular disease symptoms. It is distributed by Mylan in pills of six different strengths, from 2.5mg in pills indexed "M L22" to 40mg in pills indexed "M L26". Interesting enough, the sequence of indexes does not end at "26". The last pill in the series is marked "M L27", although it is a bit weaker in strength than the previous one, and only contains 30mg Lisinopril.

The whole set looks like this:
  • M L22 Pill - 2.5 mg
  • M L23 Pill - 5 mg
  • M L24 Pill - 10 mg
  • M L25 Pill - 20 mg
  • M L26 Pill - 40 mg
  • M L27 Pill - 30 mg
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