sustained-release


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sustained-release

adj
(Pharmacology) another word for modified-release
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Bimatoprost SR has the potential to be the first sustained-release option that could significantly shift the paradigm for treating glaucoma, a leading cause of blindness."
Lyndra Therapeutics aims to improve healthcare outcomes through oral, ultra-long-acting, sustained-release therapies that change how people take medicines.
In this study, the pharmacokinetics of a sustained-release formulation of meloxicam were determined after subcutaneous administration of a single 3 mg/kg dose to 8 healthy adult American flamingos (Phoenicopterus ruber).
The first publication of electrospun medicated nanofibers was essentially about a drug sustained-release 4th SD, although the authors did not directly point out in the text [12].
Paul Ashton, President and CEO of pSivida, said, This IND is an important step in pSivida's goal of becoming the leader in sustained-release drug delivery products in ophthalmology and beyond.
It should be noted that delayed-release formulations are slightly different from extended- or sustained-release products.
After filtration of the mixture, the filter cake was collected as the sustained-release [K.sub.2]Fe[O.sub.4] sample.
Advancements in controlled substances, sustained-release items, potent compounds, unit doses and bulk packaging all reflect Roxane's dedication to providing customers with innovative, technically complex products from its Federal Drug Administration-approved facilities.
The sustained-release formulation, manufactured by Depomed, stays in the stomach for 8-10 hours, prolonging release of the drug.
TheraKine, with laboratories in Berlin, Germany, is a developer of a sustained-release drug delivery platform, which, according to Rainbow Coral's CEO, Patrick Brown, is bound to generate a very high demand once made available.Country: USA, GermanySector: BiotechnologyType: JVStatus: Agreed