List of Interchangeable Medicines

The role of the HPRA under the Health (Pricing and Supply of Medical Goods) Act 2013 is to establish, publish and maintain a list of interchangeable medicines on our website. Under this legislation, interchangeable medicines are defined as those medicines that (1) contain the same active ingredient in the same strength, (2) are in the same pharmaceutical form, and (3) have the same route of administration.

Search for groups of interchangeable medicines by entering the trade name (brand name) of a medicine or an active substance below.

To get the most relevant results, you will also need to confirm the strength of the medicine and whether it is a tablet, capsule or some other pharmaceutical form.

More information on how to search the list

Consultations and Updates to the List

Full list of Interchangeable Medicines (pdf)

Guide to Interchangeable Medicines

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  • Generics
 
5 matching groups of interchangeable medicines for the active substance Aripiprazole
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Filter these lists by selecting a specific Strength and/or Form below

Strength
Form

Aripiprazole
5mg
Tablets/Orodispersible Tablets

Interchangeable List Code: IC0092-001-056
Products on List: 13 Show products
Date of Last Publication: 22/09/2017


Aripiprazole
10mg
Tablets/Orodispersible Tablets

Interchangeable List Code: IC0092-002-056
Products on List: 16 Show products
Date of Last Publication: 22/09/2017


Aripiprazole
15mg
Tablets/Orodispersible Tablets

Interchangeable List Code: IC0092-032-056
Products on List: 16 Show products
Date of Last Publication: 22/09/2017


Aripiprazole
30mg
Tablets/Orodispersible Tablets

Interchangeable List Code: IC0092-033-056
Products on List: 16 Show products
Date of Last Publication: 22/09/2017


Aripiprazole
1mg/ml
Oral Solution

Interchangeable List Code: IC0092-047-019
Products on List: 2 Show products
Date of Last Publication: 23/11/2016


If a patient has any questions about a medicine they are taking they should contact their doctor or pharmacist.