This preparation may be used in the treatment of ulcerations, erosions, and esophageal infections.
This formulation may be used to treat heartburn in patients who cannot swallow tablets or take the commercial product.
The oral suspension formulation has been used in the treatment of major depressive disorder, anxiety, and panic disorder.
Bosentan is classified as hazardous by NIOSH and should be handled accordingly.
In addition to its suitability for dermatologic applications, this cream base is an effective vehicle for hormones.
Two formulations for reducing mucus accumulation after urinary diversion are presented.
This mucoadhesive formula will assist in the retention of rifampin in the nasal cavity after administration.
Autologous serum eye drops are highly effective for patients with certain eye conditions who do not achieve relief with commercial products.
Preblended rapidly dissolving tablet powder mixtures may be substituted for the excipients in this preparation.
This preparation can be used in place of Bactroban cream, which is not commercially available.