combination product

combination product

(1) A pharmaceutical product comprised of two or more individual products.
(2) Two or more distinct products marketed in a single package or unit.
(3) A product packaged separately but used only with another product.
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Food and Drug Administration (FDA) defines a combination product as: A product composed of any combination of a drug and a device; a biological product and a device; a drug and a biological product; or a drug, device, and a biological product.
LIMRA reported that all life combination product lines grew in 2011, with universal life (UL) combination products becoming the dominant product (increasing 67 percent in premium compared to 2010).
A lot of those people are taking old life insurance policies and converting them to a combination product, and in essence, what they're doing is getting a single premium life insurance policy with LTCI without additional premium payments," he said.
Premiums--Some policies are available only with a single premium, but according to Freidrich, there's a move among insurers to offer more flexible-premium products as well, recognizing that not all people who would consider purchasing a combination product have the liquidity to make a lump sum payment of $50,000 or more.
If a combination product is approved under two or more types of marketing applications, one option might be to have the sponsor follow requirements for the constituent most likely associated with the adverse event, if that is discernible.
These combination product designs have existed for many years, but there are now more of them because companies have been looking for ways to boost their life sales, Anderson said.
It is essential that device companies conduct a rigorous analysis of the market potential and investigate all possible therapeutic candidates prior to developing a combination product.
This combination product should only be used by those whose treatment regimens would otherwise include these doses of these three nucleoside analogues.
90/LAN combination product is among the first to achieve Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL) certification, which ensures a product's full compatibility with Windows operating systems.
If you choose a combination product with DEET, it would be best to buy one with a high SPF - 30 or more - since you may be getting less than the stated sun protection.
One isn't better than the other, they're just different, and to be successful with a combination product, an organization needs to make sure those groups are focused on the success of the overall product.
Leaching and off-gassing (the release of chemicals through evaporation)--particularly for devices with long shelf lives can seep into the drug dose of a combination product and affect its healing ability.