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Company Name Emergent BioSolutions Inc
Drug Name NARCAN Nasal Spray (sNDA)
Event Name FDA decision on if approved, would be the first 4 mg naloxone nasal spray available OTC in the U.Sas an over-the-counter emergency treatment for known or suspected opioid overdose.
Event Date 03/29/2023
Outcome Date
Outcome Pending
Drug Status On Feb.15, 2023, an FDA panel recommended approval of NARCAN Nasal for nonprescription treatment of known or suspected opioid overdose.
Rival Drugs If approved, would be the first 4 mg naloxone nasal spray available OTC in the U.S
Market Potential
Other Approvals Narcan Nasal Spray is a prescription medicine indicated for the emergency treatment of known or suspected opioid overdose
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