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Claims for Patent: 8,022,095

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Summary for Patent: 8,022,095
Title:Methods of treating headaches using 5-HT agonists in combination with long-acting NSAIDs
Abstract: The invention is directed to methods and compositions that can be used in the treatment of headaches. In particular, methods and compositions are described involving the combination of a long-acting NSAID and a 5-HT1.sub.B/1.sub.D agonist.
Inventor(s): Plachetka; John R. (Chapel Hill, NC)
Assignee: Pozen, Inc. (Chapel Hill, NC)
Application Number:10/414,493
Patent Litigation and PTAB cases: See patent lawsuits and PTAB cases for patent 8,022,095
Patent Claims: 1. A pharmaceutical composition useful in treating migraine headache which comprises in a unit dosage form: (a) naproxen; and (b) sumatriptan; wherein the respective amounts of sumatriptan and naproxen in said pharmaceutical composition are effective upon simultaneous administration of one or more unit dosage forms, to produce longer lasting efficacy compared to the administration of sumatriptan in the absence of naproxen or the administration of naproxen in the absence of sumatriptan; and wherein the sumatriptan is present at about 85 mg and the naproxen is present at about 500 mg.

2. A pharmaceutical composition useful in treating migraine headache which comprises in a unit dosage form: (a) naproxen sodium; and (b) sumatriptan; wherein the respective amounts of sumatriptan and naproxen in said pharmaceutical composition are effective upon simultaneous administration of one or more unit dosage forms, to produce longer lasting efficacy compared to the administration of sumatriptan in the absence of naproxen or the administration of naproxen in the absence of sumatriptan; and wherein sumatriptan is present at about 85 mg and naproxen sodium is present at about 500 mg.

3. A pharmaceutical composition useful in treating migraine headache which comprises in a unit dosage form: (a) naproxen sodium; and (b) sumatriptan; wherein the respective amounts of sumatriptan and naproxen in said pharmaceutical composition are effective upon simultaneous administration of one or more unit dosage forms, to produce longer lasting efficacy compared to the administration of sumatriptan in the absence of naproxen or the administration of naproxen in the absence of sumatriptan; and wherein sumatriptan is present at about 50 mg and naproxen sodium is present at about 500 mg.

4. A method of treating a patient for a migraine headache, comprising simultaneously administering to said patient: (a) sumatriptan; and (b) naproxen; wherein: sumatriptan and naproxen are administered to said patient orally after the onset of migraine symptoms; and the amount of sumatriptan and naproxen administered to said patient are sufficient to produce longer lasting efficacy compared to the administration of sumatriptan in the absence of naproxen or the administration of naproxen in the absence of sumatriptan; and wherein sumatriptan is administered at an amount of about 50 mg and naproxen is administered at an amount of about 500 mg.

5. A method of treating a patient for a migraine headache, comprising simultaneously administering to said patient: (a) sumatriptan; and (b) naproxen; wherein: sumatriptan and naproxen are administered to said patient orally after the onset of migraine symptoms; and the amount of sumatriptan and naproxen administered to said patient are sufficient to produce longer lasting efficacy compared to the administration of sumatriptan in the absence of naproxen or the administration of naproxen in the absence of sumatriptan; and wherein sumatriptan is administered at an amount of about 100 mg and naproxen is administered at an amount of about 500 mg.

6. A method of treating a patient for a migraine headache, comprising simultaneously administering to said patient: (a) sumatriptan; and (b) naproxen sodium; wherein: sumatriptan and naproxen sodium are administered to said patient orally after the onset of migraine symptoms; and the amount of sumatriptan and naproxen sodium administered to said patient are sufficient to produce longer lasting efficacy compared to the administration of sumatriptan in the absence of naproxen sodium or the administration of naproxen sodium in the absence of sumatriptan; and wherein sumatriptan is administered at an amount of about 85 mg and naproxen sodium is administered at an amount of about 500 mg.

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