Dipyridamole

(Attia®, Ofcram®, Dipyridamole)

Available as tablets or capsules.
Tablets, prolonged release capsules
Available as soluble tablets?
No
Available as a liquid?
Yes - oral suspension
Available as something for placing under your tongue?
No
Available as something for placing on your gum?
-
Available as granules?
-
Available as a patch for putting on your skin?
-
Available as an injection?
-
Available as nasal/oral spray?
-
Safe or appropriate to crush
Licensed alternative formulations available and therefore crushing is not recommended.
Additional information for Healthcare Professionals+
Generic name
Dipyridamole
Usual formulation brand names
Attia®, Ofcram®
Is tablet/capsule specially coated?
Yes
Modified release
Yes
Film coated
Yes
Enteric coated
No
Sugar coated
Yes
Soluble tablet strength
-
Sublingual/buccal formulation strength
No
Granule strength
-
Transdermal patch strength
-
Injection strength
-
Nasal/oral spray Strength
-
Available as a licensed liquid or special?
Yes - oral suspension
Are specials or imports available?
Yes - oral solution, suspension
Liquid strengths
50mg/5mL, 200mg/5mL
Is the liquid medicine sugar free?
Yes
Licensed for administration via enteral tube
No
Advice on administration via enteral tube
Current resources suggest that it is likely to be safe to administer via enteral feeding tubes, however this is an unlicensed use of the medication. Clinicians should refer to specialist resources for advice on how to administer this medication via enteral feeding tubes.
Notes
Check product information for special coating type. If converting from a MR formulation, divide the total daily dose into four equal doses.