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Is fluticasone nasal called by any other names?

Fluticasone comes in two forms: fluticasone furoate and fluticasone propionate. GlaxoSmithKline markets fluticasone propionate nasal under the brand name Flonase. Apotex, Roxane and Hi Tech Pharmaceuticals sell it under the name fluticasone propionate. All three companies sell it as a metered nasal spray in a 0.05-milligram (mg.) dose. GlaxoSmithKline also sells fluticasone furoate nasal under the name Veramyst in a metered nasal spray with a 0.0275-mg. dose.

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