Estrasorb

Estrasorb®

Geriatrics A topical cream–17ß estradiol for ERT in symptomatic menopausal ♀
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Estradiol gel (EstroGel) is a transdermal gel; Estrasorb is a transdermal estradiol lotion.
the first topical product, Estrasorb developed by Novavax, a topical estrogen using its micellar nanoparticulate system, reached the market in 2004;
Novavax will continue to operate its manufacturing facility, located outside Philadelphia, where the company makes Estrasorb under a licensing agreement with Esprit Pharma.
Women should not apply Estrasorb and sunscreen at the same time because this could affect the amount of estradiol that is absorbed.
Estrasorb uses oil and water nanoemulsions that encapsulate and deliver 17[beta]-estradiol through the skin.
Estrasorb is distributed in pouches, each containing 1.
Studies showed that vigorous rubbing of a man's forearm for 2 minutes across a leg where Estrasorb had been applied resulted in a 25% increase in the man's estradiol levels, but the level remained within the normal range.
Novavax received $20 million on December 19, 2000, and will receive an additional $5 million when Novavax files a New Drug Application for its topical transdermal estrogen replacement therapy, ESTRASORB, expected to be filed in the first half of 2001.
There are two main types of bioidentical hormones: those that are FDA-approved and commercially available with a prescription, such as Estrace, Climara, Vivelle, EstroGel, Divigel and Estrasorb, and those that are produced on an individual basis for women, in compounding pharmacies.
Novavax has several product candidates in pre-clinical and human clinical trials, including ESTRASORB, a topical cream for estrogen replacement therapy which has entered Phase III clinical testing.
There are two main types of bioidentical hormones: those that are FDA-approved and commercially available with a prescription, such as Estrace, Climara, Vivelle, EstroGel, Divigel, and Estrasorb, and those that are produced on an individual basis for women in compounding pharmacies.