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|Abstract:||A regimen for the administration of tramadol for the treatment of analgesia is described. The regimen involves a slower initial titration rate of tramadol which results in a significantly lower percentage of discontinuations of therapy due to a lower incidence and severity of side effects.|
|Inventor(s):||Kamin; Marc (West Windsor, NJ), Olson; William (Princeton, NJ)|
|Assignee:||Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical, Inc. (Raritan, NJ)|
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|Applicant||Tradename||Generic Name||Dosage||NDA||Approval Date||Type||RLD||RS||Patent No.||Patent Expiration||Product||Substance||Delist Req.||Patented / Exclusive Use|
|TABLET;ORAL||020281-002||Mar 3, 1995||RX||Yes||Yes||6,339,105*PED||► subscribe||Y|
|TABLET;ORAL||020281-001||Mar 3, 1995||DISCN||No||No||6,339,105*PED||► subscribe||Y|
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