Generated: December 18, 2017
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Details for Patent: 4,448,774
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Summary for Patent: 4,448,774
|Title:|| Steroid formulation|
|Abstract:||There is described an aqueous pharmaceutical solution comprising a steroid selected from prednisolone, prednisolone sodium phosphate, prednisone and methyl prednisolone, the steroid being present at a concentration of at least 0.3 mg/ml., the pH of the formulation between 5 and 8 and the formulation containing a pharmaceutically acceptable preservative, a pharmaceutically acceptable chelating agent, and being substantially free of ethanol. There is also described a method of treatment of a variety of conditions, particularly in children, using the solution.|
|Inventor(s):|| Clemente; Emmett (Manchester, MA), Fung; Ho-Leung (Getzville, NY), Brousseau; Denise (Andover, MA) |
|Assignee:|| Fisons Corporation (Bedford, MA) |
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|Formulation; Compound; Dosage form; Use; |
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