Iris van der Velde

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INTRODUCTION Many drugs are unavailable in suitable oral paediatric dosage forms, and pharmacists often have to compound drugs to provide paediatric patients with an acceptable formulation in the right dose. Liquid formulations offer the advantage of dosing flexibility and ease of administration to young patients, but drug substances often show poor aqueous(More)
INTRODUCTION Amlodipine is an antihypertensive agent recommended for the management of hypertension in children and adolescents. The commercially available tablets of 5 and 10mg do not provide the necessary flexibility in dosing needed for treating children. Our goal was to develop a pediatric oral solution of amlodipine, using a robust manufacturing(More)
OBJECTIVE Amlodipine, a long-acting dihydropyridine calcium channel blocker, is frequently prescribed to pediatric patients. To date, no suitable pediatric formulation has been available. In this study, an amlodipine oral solution was developed and tested for bioequivalence to tablets in healthy adult volunteers. METHODS This study was designed as an(More)
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