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enteric

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As the liquid form of aspirin capsules is not yet commercially available, plain aspirin would be preferred over the enteric-coated version.
4% with enteric-coated aspirin, a nonsignificant difference.
With repeated exposure, individuals categorized as nonresponders when given enteric-coated aspirin showed evidence of responses when administered immediate-release aspirin.
Practice Implications: This new clinical trial again demonstrates the safety and efficacy of enteric-coated peppermint oil for the relief of symptoms associated with IBS.
Novartis Pharma AG, Basel, Switzerland, announced that its application for its new enteric-coated immunosuppressive drug, Myfortic (mycophenolate sodium) successfully completed the European Mutual Recognition Procedure (MRP) in 17 countries.
In a 2 1/2-year study of 517 people who had been cured of colorectal cancer, a new polyp was found in 17 percent of those taking a daily enteric-coated aspirin (325 mg), compared to 27 percent of those taking a placebo.
Enteric-coated Slow-Mag tablets are slow-release and generally well tolerated.
Enteric-coated garlic pills like Kwai protect the enzyme, however, delaying its conversion to allicin until it reaches the intestine.
The dissolution rate from enteric-coated pellets was assessed according to USP 23 method A, page 1795 (apparatus 2, 100 rpm, 37 [degrees] C, acid stage: 750 ml of 0.
Sustained-release and enteric-coated medications should not be crushed.
Bristol-Myers Squibb has filed an application with the FDA for an enteric-coated tablet, which would remove food restrictions; it is scheduled for release in the third quarter of 2000.
Before live, oral, enteric-coated adenovirus types 4 and 7 vaccines were introduced in 1971, adenovirus-associated acute respiratory disease produced high attack rates and excessive illness in soldiers during service-entry basic combat training (2).