American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for the drug ropinirole.
“The agency is now reviewing a drug called Requip, made by GlaxoSmithKline, which is currently marketed for treating Parkinson's.”
“These drugs, which include ropinirole (sold under the brand name Requip), perogolide (Permax), and pramipexole (Mirapex), have been shown to be effective.”
“Didier Jambart, 51, of Nantes, France, began taking GlaxoSmithKline s drug Requip ropinirole in 2003 to treat symptoms of Parkinson s disease.”
“Didier Jambart, 51, of Nantes, France, began taking GlaxoSmithKline's drug Requip ropinirole in 2003 to treat symptoms of Parkinson's disease.”
“Take a look at what you should know before taking MirapexAdWatch video on Requip for restless legs syndrome”
“Watch our Boniva Adwatch video (above), read more about drug ads, and watch our Adwatch videos on Chantix, Cialis, Seasonique, Rozerem, and Requip.”
“Watch our Boniva Adwatch video above, read more about drug ads, and watch our Adwatch videoson Chantix, Cialis, Seasonique, Rozerem, and Requip.”
“Medications like Requip can minimize the movements; I'm going to give them a try.”
“The first two installments critiqued television spots for Requip, the drug approved to treat Restless Legs Syndrome, and the sleep aid Rozerem.”
“In this case, Glaxo didn't change the drug, but carried out additional tests and in 2005 got FDA approval to market Requip for RLS.”
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