Properties of sustained-release single-dose formulations for vulvovaginal candidiasis

@article{Henzl2005PropertiesOS,
  title={Properties of sustained-release single-dose formulations for vulvovaginal candidiasis},
  author={Milan R. Henzl},
  journal={American Journal of Drug Delivery},
  year={2005},
  volume={3},
  pages={227-237}
}
  • M. Henzl
  • Published 1 December 2005
  • Medicine
  • American Journal of Drug Delivery
Vaginally applied imidazoles are the first-line treatment of vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC). The need to develop a less messy and more patient acceptable treatment regimen led to the development of a treatment schedule from the original 3 weeks to 7 days and, then, to 3 days. Finally, it was attempted to design a single-dose treatment regimen. Currently in the US, three single-dose vaginal preparations are available: 2% butoconazole sustained release (SR) [100mg butoconazole; Gynazole-1®], 6.5… Expand
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