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Dosage Group

A Dosage Group is defined as a group of subjects in a clinical trial receiving the same or different dosages (amount) of a drug being tested. For example out of 100 congestive heart failure patients, Group A (n=50) receives 50mg/day and Group B (n=50) receives 150 mg/day of losartan.

Andrea Charles

Dr. Per Holm, Chief Specialist Product Development and Lifecycle Lundbeck, joined Pharma IQ for a quick Q&A session on formulation development ahead of the Global Preformulation & Formulation Summit, taking place in Amsterdam from the...

Contributor: Andrea Charles
Mon, 01/03/2011
T. E. Gopala Krishna Murthy

Multiparticulates or multiple unit dosage forms are the discrete, small, repetitive units of drug particles which may or may not possess similar drug release pattern.  They can be tailored for pulsatile, controlled and or delayed, targeted drug...

Contributor: T. E. Gopala Krishna Murthy
Sun, 10/03/2010
Pharma IQ

When it comes to drug development, pharmaceutical firms face a number of difficult challenges as they aim to create new, safe products to combat a range of illnesses. However, on occasion, all of their hard work can be in vain, particularly when...

Contributor: Pharma IQ
Thu, 06/03/2010