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Evaluation of in vitro precipitation methods.
Four in vitro precipitation methods were tested and evaluated using flavopiridol and diazepam formulations. The methods include static serial dilution, dynamic injection, and dropwise addition withExpand
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Evaluation of intravenous flavopiridol formulations.
Flavopiridol is currently under consideration as a parenteral treatment of breast tumors. The solubility of this poorly water-soluble compound can be increased by a number of methods. However,Expand
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Infusion pump adverse events: experience from medical device reports.
Infusion pumps are used in the hospital setting, nursing home, and increasingly, in the home. Medical Device Reports to the Food and Drug Administration of adverse events during the use of infusionExpand
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Intrinsic Solubility Estimation and pH-Solubility Behavior of Cosalane (NSC 658586), an Extremely Hydrophobic Diprotic Acid
AbstractPurpose. The selection of cosalane (NSC 658586) by the National Cancer Institute for further development as a potential drug candidate for the treatment of AIDS led to the exploration of theExpand
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Silicone gel breast implant adverse event reports to the Food and Drug Administration, 1984-1995.
OBJECTIVES To characterize the adverse event reports on silicone gel breast implants (SGBIs), including death reports, submitted to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from 1984 through 1995 andExpand
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Statistics for diagnostics: What makes a diagnostic test informative
AACR Centennial Conference: Translational Cancer Medicine-- July 20-23, 2008; Monterey, CA FO02-03 For a diagnostic test to be informative, it needs to identify a greater proportion of patientsExpand
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