Fixed dose combinations
Generic versions of Atripla (pictured) will look different. Generic versions include Atenef, Atreslawin, Atroiza, Citenvir, Heftenam, Odimune, Rizene, Teevir, Trenvir, Tribuss, Triolar, Trivenz, Truno, Trustiva, Viraday and Vonavir. The WHO refer to this combination as AF2B.
Biktarvy is a pink/grey film-coated tablet (15 mm x 8 mm) with “GSI” on one side and “9883” on the other.
Delstrigo is a light yellow tablet embossed with “776” on one side. (Source: aidsinfo.nih)
Dovato is a white tablet embossed with “SV137”. (Source: aidsinfo.nih)
A generic drug is one that is manufactured by a different pharmaceutical company to the company that invented the medicine.
Picture not included as there are many different versions.