azelastine

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azelastine

n azelastina
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Meda Pharmaceuticals, the company's branded pharmaceutical division, offers leading branded prescription medications for allergy treatment--Dymista, Aerospan, Astepro and Astelin--as well as a number of high-quality, branded generic drugs.
The Abbreviated New Drug Application included contributions from both firms, who will share certain costs and benefits of Astepro Nasal Spray.
Other second-generation antihistamines are azelastine (Astepro) and ketotifen (Zaditor).
6 December 2011 - Swedish pharma company Meda AB (STO:MEDA A) said today its allergic rhinitis nasal spray Astepro (azelastine) had been granted a patent in the USA valid until 2028.
Astepro. www.drugstore.com/astepro/30mlspray-btl-0-15-solution/qxn00037024330/.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 24, 2012-Perrigo files ANDA with US FDA for generic version of Astepro nasal spray; announces patent infringement lawsuit by Meda Pharmaceuticals(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
This was a result of rising sales of Astepro, Astelin's follow-up, and also of reduced wholesale inventories.
In the USA, Astelin sales in local currency went down 20%, mainly due to the launch of the new Astepro product.
Yesterday, Meda said that its once-daily nasal spray Astepro 0.15%, based on azelastine, was approved for the treatment of the symptoms of seasonal and perennial allergic rhinitis by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
For example, the Allergy Advisor app from astepro.com helps consumers track their allergy triggers and provides maps showing local pollen counts.
2 September 2009 - Swedish pharma company Meda AB (STO: MEDA A) said today that its once-daily nasal spray Astepro 0.15% has been approved for the treatment of the symptoms of seasonal and perennial allergic rhinitis by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).