Alesse


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Alesse

(ə-lĕs′)
A trademark for an oral contraceptive drug containing ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel.

Alesse

A combination oral contraceptive containing the lowest hormone doses (levonorgestrel/ethinyl estradiol) on the market while still maintaining > 99% efficacy when used as directed.

Alesse®

Gynecology A combination oral contraceptive containing the lowest hormone doses–levonorgestrel/ ethinyl estradiol–now on the market while still maintaining greater than 99% efficacy when used as directed. See Birth control.
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Alesse represents the lowest dose combination of levonorgestrel and ethinyl estradiol marketed in the United States.
Alesse, indicated for the prevention of pregnancy, represents a new option for the many American women who choose the Pill as their form of contraception.
He received the award from Mark Alesse, director of the New York chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB).
reform, since our efforts have been blocked in the past," said Mark Alesse, state director of the 32,000-member NFIB New York chapter.
Tatone C, Carbone MC, Gallo R, Delle Monache S, Di Cola M, Alesse E, Amicarelli F.
En effet, les patients canadiens de l'etude ont demande a leur medecin le medicament contraceptif Alesse, qui n'a fait l'objet d'aucune publicite chez nos voisins du Sud et qu'aucun Americain n'a demande (167).
SPRINGFIELD - Natalie Smith scored 19 points, and Alesse Nelson added 14 as Thurston defeated Springfield 51-33 in a Midwestern League girls basketball game on Monday.
estimating the number of potentially affected child-care providers to be around 85,000); see also Letter from Mark Alesse, State Director of The Voice of Small Business[R], to Richard Platkin, Counsel to the Governor, in opposition to S.
Each daily pill contained 20 [micro]g ethinyl estradiol and 100 [micro]g levonorgestrel, the formulation that is marketed as Alesse by Wyeth.
In the first 6 months of 1997, the following new drugs were approved by the FDA: Agrylin, Alesse, Anzemet, Carbatrol, Fareston, Flomax, Galzin, Idamycin, Migranal, Posicor, Prelay, Prevacid, Pytest, Requip, Resulin, Serlect, Skelid, Tasmar, Uniretic, Urso, Vicoprofen, Viracept, Zyban.
They are meeting the need by offering popular medications like Nuva Ring, Plan B, Alesse and Yasmin at a savings of 40% or more.