coated pill

coated pill

(1) A nonspecific term for a pill or tablet with any coating (colouring, flavour enhancement, controlled-release).  
(2) Enteric-coated pill.
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This transitioned seamlessly to "Sugar Coated Pill," whose uncomplicated rhythms and melodies allowed plenty of room for musicians to improvise -- including Didier Havet, who gave a fun solo on the often overlooked (tubalike) sousaphone.
India, May 10 -- Unlike her husband and former US president Bill Clinton, who administrated a sugar coated pill to Indian Parliamentarians post-Pokhran on non-proliferation, CTBT and dialogue with Pakistan in March 2001, Secretary of State Hilary Clinton does not mince words or believe in diplomatic parlance of the bygone era.
Having recently experienced a pharmacy problem when VA changed a medication 1 had been using for several years from a coated pill to an uncoated one--which consequently caused me serious stomach distress--made the issue even more timely.
Your gestures, your Apple TouchID, your fingerprints, everything is part of this 'let's-know-you-better' coated pill. Next, you should be thinking why Facebook bought WhatsApp for a whopping $19 billion when WhatsApp hardly generates any substantial profit.
Indeed, the synthetic compound PG is found in skin care products and cosmetics, coated pills, topical medications such as corticosteroids, and foods (including bread, food coloring, and such flavorings as vanilla extracts).
Indeed, the synthetic compound propylene glycol is found in skin-care products and cosmetics, coated pills, topical medications such as corticosteroids, and foods (including bread, food coloring, and such flavorings as vanilla extracts).
Why are most homoeopathic medicines given in the form of tiny sugar coated pills? What are the different forms of homoeopathic medicines?
Some pills (for example, time-release or coated pills) aren't designed to be split.
Laboratory manager Rob Davies examined the content of the 100 salmon-pink sugar coated pills.
Enteric coated pills are designed to release their drugs when the pill has gone through the stomach and entered the intestine.