iodinated glycerol

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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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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.
In the year ended March 31, 1996, the company incurred one-time charges related to the planned closure of the Trenton manufacturing plant, Canadian facilities integration, restructuring of operations and facilities and a net adjustment of the prior year one-time charges for Felbatol and Organidin (iodinated glycerol).
In the year ended March 31, 1995, the company incurred one-time charges related to Felbatol, Organidin (iodinated glycerol) and the restructuring of operations and facilities.
b) In the prior year, the company, as previously disclosed, incurred one-time charges related to Felbatol, Organidin (iodinated glycerol) and the restructuring of operations and facilities.
b) In June, 1994 the Company and the Food and Drug Administration reached an agreement to discontinue the manufacture and shipment of its Organidin (iodinated glycerol) line of products.
a) The lower sales in the quarter ended March 31, 1995 compared with the prior year period were principally due to an absence of sales of Organidin (iodinated glycerol), a product that was discontinued in June, 1994.
b) As previously announced, the Company has incurred one-time write-offs related to its Felbatol and Organidin (iodinated glycerol) lines, as well as charges for restructuring of operations and facilities.
31, 1994 compared with the prior year period were principally due to an absence of sales of Organidin (iodinated glycerol), a product that was discontinued in June 1994.
iii) Discontinuance of the Organidin (Iodinated Glycerol) Line of Products
iii) Discontinuance of the Organidin (Iodinated Glycerol) Line of Products In June, 1994 the company and the Food and Drug Administration reached an agreement to discontinue the manufacture and shipment of its Organidin (iodinated glycerol) line of products.