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Permeation studies through porcine small intestine of furosemide solutions for personalised paediatric administration.
- N. Provenza, A. Calpena, M. Mallandrich, A. Sánchez, M. A. Egea, B. Clares
- International journal of pharmaceutics
- 20 November 2014
Personalized medicine is a challenging research area in paediatric drug design since no suitable pharmaceutical forms are currently available. Furosemide is an anthranilic acid derivative used in… Expand
CP-096 Biosimilar epoetin zeta in the treatment of chemotherapy-induced anaemia
Background Biosimilars are used at the same dose as the reference product to treat the same disease and may offer cost savings in clinical practice. Epoetin zeta is an epoetin biosimilar that is… Expand
GM-005 Cost and use analysis of adding pre-filled adrenaline syringes to the CPR medical kits
Background As a part of our cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) protocol, the pharmacy service manages the medical kits, responsible for the range of drugs stocked, location and exchange of the kits.… Expand