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Drug Delivery Systems 5B. Oral Drug Delivery
  • V. Ranade
  • Medicine
  • Journal of clinical pharmacology
  • 1 February 1991
247. 46. Lejoyeux F, Ponchel C, Wouessidjewe D, Peppas NA, Duchene D: Influence of the composition of the testing medium on the adhesion of a bioadhesive tablet to a biological fabric. 15th InterExpand
Iminosugars-From Synthesis to Therapeutic Applications
TLDR
Iminosugars: From Synthesis to Therapeutic Application provides a unique resource for academic and industrial researchers working in the field of iminosugars and glycomimetics of biological and/or therapeutic interest: organic chemist, medicinal chemists, carbohydrate chemists and medical scientists. Expand
Phenothiazine molecule provides the basic chemical structure for various classes of pharmacotherapeutic agents.
TLDR
The chemical structure of phenothiazine provides a most valuable molecular template for the development of agents able to interact with a wide variety of biological processes and could lead to the design of new therapeutic treatment modalities for conditions such as Alzeimer's and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. Expand
Microarrays and microneedle arrays for delivery of peptides, proteins, vaccines and other applications
TLDR
A review of microarray/microneedle technologies and possible future directions in targeting and in the delivery of pharmacologically active compounds for unmet needs in biopharmaceutical research is offered. Expand
Drug Delivery Systems 4. Implants in Drug Delivery
  • V. Ranade
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Journal of clinical pharmacology
  • 1 October 1990
TLDR
In comparison with many of the other drug delivery systems, implantable pumps and implants for variable rate delivery are at a crude stage of development, and the systems are not yet sufficiently convenient or easy to use to recommend in a routine therapy. Expand
Bioavailability and Pharmacokinetics of Magnesium After Administration of Magnesium Salts to Humans
TLDR
This review examines the bioavailability and pharmacokinetics of various magnesium salts and correlates pharmacodynamic action with the structure-activity relationship. Expand
Developing a Safe Intravenous Sotalol Dosing Regimen
TLDR
A safe intravenous regimen for the replacement of 80-mg oral therapy requires 75 mg intravenous sotalol administered as a 5-hour infusion and 150 mg intravenously sotalo administered over 5 hours, both administered over5 hours because the pharmacokinetics of sotalOL are linear and dose proportional. Expand
Comparative Effects of Rapid Bolus Administration of Aqueous Amiodarone Versus 10-Minute Cordarone I.V. Infusion on Mean Arterial Blood Pressure in Conscious Dogs
TLDR
Amio-Aqueous had significantly better hemodynamic profile permitting rapid intravenous administration, which is a significant advantage over the standard formulation, because Cordarone cannot be administered by rapid bolus due to excipient-related hypotension. Expand
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