iodinated glycerol

i·o·di·nat·ed glyc·er·ol

a form of organically bound iodine that liberates iodine systemically. Has been used as a medicinal source of iodine and as an expectorant in place of inorganic iodides such as potassium iodide.
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the substantial investment in building the infrastructure for our Oral Health Care business, and the FDA's action related to its industry- wide request to discontinue marketing products containing iodinated glycerol.
We believe the uncertainty relating to products containing iodinated glycerol will be resolved by the FDA.
The Company believes that products containing iodinated glycerol should remain on the market.
Average shares outstanding 46,160,000 46,108,000(a) The quarter ended March 31, 1996 included one-time pre-tax charges of $5,400,000 (7 cents per share after tax) related to the planned closure of the Trenton manufacturing plant ($3,000,000) and a net adjustment of the prior year one-time charges for Felbatol (an additional $8,200,000), due largely to higher than anticipated litigation costs and product returns, and for Organidin iodinated glycerol (a reduction of $5,800,000), primarily lower than anticipated product returns.
and FDA's action related to its industry-wide request to discontinue marketing products containing iodinated glycerol, indicates that there will probably be a negative impact on the second half of 1993.
Pharmaceutical operations were among the estimated 60 pharmaceutical companies, including the brand market leader, which received an FDA request to discontinue marketing products containing iodinated glycerol.
Products which contain iodinated glycerol account for approximately 2 percent of the company's total annual revenues.