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Vitrase®

Hyaluronidase Ophthalmology An agent injected directly into the vitreous cavity to treat hemorrhage. See Intraocular hemorrhage.
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82) When allergic sensitivity to Vitrase was studied, there were no positive allergic reactions reported (N=65) with a dose of 3 U (0.
Hyaluronidase monograph (Amphadase, Hydasc, Vitrase, Hylenex) final, http://www.
For that reason Biozyme Laboratories will continue to supply ISTA with guaranteed minimum quantities of the enzyme - hyaluronidase - for incorporation into the Vitrase range of products.
However, we are confident that ISTA will continue to develop Vitrase.
Unfortunately it is very difficult to get anything you say by way of reassurance to be believed but the simple fact is that, if anything, this makes it more likely that Vitrase will be approved.
Patients will be evaluated for three months post enrollment for efficacy of the Vitrase treatment, and for 12 months for safety.
This press release contains "forward looking statements" regarding the Company's plans to announce the preliminary efficacy results for the Phase III studies of Vitrase and the number of patients that would be candidates for using Vitrase.
On July 5, 2001 ISTA announced it had completed enrollment in both of its Phase III clinical trials for Vitrase, an investigational drug being developed by the company for the treatment of severe vitreous hemorrhage.
On July 5, 2001, ISTA announced it had completed enrollment in both of its Phase III clinical trials for Vitrase, an investigational drug being developed by the company for the treatment of severe vitreous hemorrhage.
He also provides insight into the company's three therapeutics: Vitrase, for the treatment of vitreous hemorrhage; Keratase, for the treatment of corneal opacification, and Keraform, for the treatment of keratoconous.
Vitrase is progressing in two Phase III trials for the treatment of severe vitreous hemorrhage and one Phase II trial for the treatment of diabetic retinopathy.