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SCHAUMBURG, Ill. Generic drug maker Sagent Pharmaceuticals has launched two injectable antibiotics, the company said Tuesday.
Sagent announced the launch of ampicillin and ampicillin with sulbactam. Ampicillin had sales of around $42 million during the 12-month period ended in June, while ampicillin with sulbactam had sales of around $40 million during the same period, according to IMS Health.
“The launch of these products increases Sagent’s anti-infectives portfolio to 11 injectable products in a variety of sizes, concentrations and packaging configurations,” Sagent CEO and board chairman Jeffrey Yordon said.