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gelcap

Type of formulation for drug administration. The active ingredient is part of a gel that is placed into a capsule.

gelcap

(jĕl′kăp′)
n.
A pill that consists of medication coated with gelatin.
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13) Observation of these changes in the present study population provided confidence that a finding of "no difference" between Phoslyra and PhosLo Gelcap formulations could not be attributed to methodological flaws in trial design and/ or conduct.
PhosLO gelcaps are a treatment for reducing dangerously high phosphate levels in the blood that can cause heart failure in kidney dialysis patients.
The products will be available in cool caplets, geltabs and gelcaps.
Because many factors will affect a person's decision to use or not use mercury, slapping a label on a mercury-filled gelcap is not likely by itself to reduce exposure significantly.
4 mg promicellar gelcap formulation did not change the Tmax, or the Tu of cyclobenzaprine delivered by the 5 mg immediate release tablets suggests that the new formulation will maintain clinical effects of immediate release cyclobenzaprine such as the beneficial effects on FM patients observed in our dose-escalating Phase 2a study.
Gelcap Pakistan Limited, Hashoo Steel Industries Limited and Director of New Jubilee Insurance Co.
The study will compare a TNX-102 candidate gelcap containing a very low dose (2.
Although dry when inserted into the LES, the prostheses expand upon contact with moisture -- to about the size of gelcap.
Imagine having a high-tech device that's the size of a gelcap attached to your esophagus for a few days to find what's causing frequent, chronic heartburn.
Cigar Gone, a sugarless, chewable gelcap breath freshener formulated specifically for cigar smokers, was first introduced at the Las Vegas Cigar Expo in April 1997, following several months of development.
1988 McNeil introduces one of its most innovative forms of drug delivery -- the TYLENOL(R) gelcap.