bioequivalent


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bi·o·e·quiv·a·lent

 (bī′ō-ĭ-kwĭv′ə-lənt)
adj.
Acting on the body with the same strength and similar bioavailability as the same dosage of a sample of a given substance. Used of differing formulations of a drug or chemical compound.

bi′o·e·quiv′a·lence n.
Translations

bioequivalent

adj bioequivalente
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Andrx Corporation develops and commercializes: bioequivalent versions of controlled-release brand name pharmaceuticals, using its proprietary drug delivery technologies; bioequivalent versions of specialty, niche and immediate-release pharmaceutical products, including oral contraceptives; and brand name or proprietary controlled-release formulations of existing immediate-release or controlled-release drugs where it believes the application of Andrxs drug delivery technologies may improve the efficacy or other characteristics of those products.
Taro's hydrocortisone butyrate cream is bioequivalent to Ferndale Laboratories' Locoid(R) cream.
Andrx Corporation develops and commercializes bioequivalent versions of controlled-release brand name pharmaceuticals, using its proprietary drug delivery technologies, and bioequivalent versions of specialty, niche and immediate-release pharmaceutical products, including oral contraceptives.
Taro's Miconazole 3-Day Vaginal Cream is bioequivalent to McNeil-PPC, Inc.
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Positive pivotal studies confirm Zensana(TM) (ondansetron oral spray) 8 mg dose is statistically bioequivalent to the current commercially available 8 mg ondansetron (Zofran(R)) tablet.
TSX: IXS)(OTCBB: IXSBF), an innovative antibody-driven drug development company based on SuperAntibody(TM) Technologies, today announced an expansion to its product development strategy with the introduction of its SuperAntibody Bioequivalent program.
Results of pivotal study demonstrate Zensana(TM) (ondansetron oral spray) 8 mg dose is statistically bioequivalent to the current commercially available 8 mg ondansetron (Zofran(R)) tablet
Hecoria is an AB-rated generic therapeutic bioequivalent to Prograf (tacrolimus capsules) approved by the FDA for the prevention of organ rejection in patients receiving liver or kidney transplants.
Results of the study indicate that the MetControl Metformin chewing gum and traditional Metformin tablets are bioequivalent in respect of both the rate and the extent of systemic absorption such that MetControl and Metformin tablets are therapeutically equivalent and therefore interchangeable.