Every drug has 2 names. It can be very confusing. For example NUROFEN is a trade (or 'proprietary') name, the 'generic' name is IBUPROFEN. It is Government policy to increase the rate of generic prescribing, in order to get the best value for the public.
There are a few instances where it is important that drugs are not prescribed generically, for example some epilepsy medicines.
The Practice will endeavour to prescribe generically, this means that the name on your 'Repeat' will be different from the prominent proprietary name on the box and that the proprietary name may change from time to time, depending on the manufacturer