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sustained release

sustained release

The delivery of a drug from a tablet or other reservoir over many hours or days (instead of minutes or hours), to provide a durable therapeutic effect.
See also: release
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In the study reported here, we evaluated the pharmacokinetic profile of a sustained-release meloxicam formulation after SC administration to Hispaniolan Amazon parrots.
Sustained-release coatings can consist of either water-insoluble or water-soluble polymers.
After adjusting for the effects of dosage and body mass index (BMI), men on long-acting or sustained-release opioids were 4.
a Canadian pharmaceutical manufacturer specializing in nongeneric sustained-release products.
Based on these figures, use of a sustained-release calcium channel blocker was associated with an adjusted 74%-81% reduction in the risk of this serious disease, said Dr.
The patent will provide broad coverage for Collegium's abuse-deterrent, sustained-release, orally administered DETERx[TM] formulation platform.
5 mg six-month sustained-release formulation for the treatment of locally advanced or metastatic hormone-dependent prostate cancer.
Currently, Astellas Pharma is marketing a sustained-release formation of tamsulosin hydrochloride under the trade name of Harnal 0.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has accepted the filing of its New Drug Application (NDA) for Somatuline[R] Autogel[R] (60, 90, 120 mg) in the United States as a 28-day sustained-release formulation to treat patients with acromegaly.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 20, 2012-pSivida Corp awarded FDA clearance for two pivotal trials for injectable sustained-release micro-insert for uveitis(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
The patent entitled "Sustained-Release Bupropion and Bupropion/Mecamylamine Tablets" discloses the formulation of pharmaceutical tablets containing sustained-release granules of bupropion HCl distributed in a sustained-release matrix.

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