|Title:||Methods for transdermal drug administration|
|Abstract:||Adhesive transdermal drug delivery devices may be removed and subsequently reapplied to an area of skin if the adhesive has an initial adhesive/skin bond strength sufficient to maintain said transdermal drug delivery device on the skin to which it is applied for the entire predetermined administration period; and an adhesive/skin bond strength upon replacement on the skin after removal therefrom which is adequate to retain the device on the skin for the balance of the administration period.|
|Inventor(s):||Gale; Robert Martin (Los Altos, CA)|
|Assignee:||Alza Corporation (Mountain View, CA)|
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|Use; Delivery; Device; Formulation;|
Field: Medical technology
Back Citations: 40th percentile
Forward Citations: 1st percentile
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|FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE;TRANSDERMAL||020791-001||Dec 18, 1997||DISCN||No||6,348,210||► subscribe||METHOD FOR TRANSDERMAL ADMINISTRATION OF A DRUG THROUGH NON-SCROTAL SKIN USING A TRANSDERMAL DRUG DELIVERY DEVICE CONTAINING THE DRUG AND HAVING AN ADHESIVE SURFACE|
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