how to handle Rxs for meds that have DIFFERENT brand names but the SAME generic ingredient

Your colleagues are asking how to handle Rxs for meds that have DIFFERENT brand names but the SAME generic ingredient.

You've seen the examples.

Bupropion comes as Wellbutrin SR and Zyban...finasteride as Proscar and Propecia...diphenhydramine as Benadryl and Unisom...sildenafil as Revatio and Viagra...tretinoin as Renova and Retin-A...etc.

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