Dose-ranging analgesic study of Prosorb diclofenac potassium in postsurgical dental pain.

@article{Hersh2004DoserangingAS,
  title={Dose-ranging analgesic study of Prosorb diclofenac potassium in postsurgical dental pain.},
  author={Elliot V. Hersh and Lawrence M Levin and Dennis N Adamson and Steven M Christensen and Theodore A Kiersch and Robert J Noveck and Gene Watson and James A Lyon},
  journal={Clinical therapeutics},
  year={2004},
  volume={26 8},
  pages={1215-27}
}
BACKGROUND ProSorb diclofenac potassium (K) is a novel, liquid-filled rapid-dispersion formulation of the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug diclofenac, placed into soft gelatin capsules. Its time to maximal plasma drug concentration has been shown to be approximately half, and its maximal plasma drug concentration nearly twice, that of immediate-release diclofenac K tablets. OBJECTIVE This study compared the analgesic dose-response relationship and tolerability of 3 doses of ProSorb… CONTINUE READING

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