apomorphine

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apomorphine

[¦ap·ə¦mȯr‚fēn]
(pharmacology)
C17H17NO2 A crystalline alkaloid obtained by dehydration of morphine; acts as a powerful emetic.
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The Phase I study was designed to determine the pharmacokinetics, safety and tolerance of intranasal apomorphine hydrochloride in healthy female subjects.
for its products, including for an insulin transdermal patch that provides continuous delivery of basal levels of insulin for people with diabetes, a fentanyl citrate transdermal patch that provides for rapid and safe management of moderate to severe pain, and an apomorphine hydrochloride transdermal patch for the convenient management of advanced Parkinson's disease.
for its products, including for an insulin transdermal skin patch that provides continuous delivery of basal levels of insulin for people with diabetes, a fentanyl citrate transdermal skin patch that provides for rapid and safe management of moderate to severe pain, and an apomorphine hydrochloride transdermal skin patch for the convenient management of advanced Parkinson's disease.
Apokinon(R) is apomorphine hydrochloride, which is injected subcutaneously by a unique metered dose injection pen device, designed and developed in France by Aguettant.