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“Giving the two together as Contrave, in a sustained-release formulation taken twice a day, led to average weight loss that ranged from 5% to 9.3% of a patient's body weight in four clinical trials.”
“And in April, an F.D.A. advisory committee recommended that the agency grant the same permission to AstraZeneca for the marketing of Seroquel XR, a sustained-release version of Seroquel, which, as Mr. Showalter discovered, is used to treat schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.”
“For grownups fated -- or maybe even compelled -- to see "Revenge of the Fallen," a few bright spots and oddities may relieve the sustained-release idiocy.”
“A few bright spots relieve the sustained-release idiocy.”
“Such differences clearly could have an impact on patients," he said, "and my view is that sustained-release products are among the relatively short list of products that should not be switched.”
“Research has shown that beta blockers like carvedilol, bisoprolol and sustained-release metoprolol lower mortality by 30 percent or more.”
“Since melatonin has a half-life of only 35 to 50 minutes, a sustained-release formulation works better for this issue, if you can find it.”
“Stimulants are effective within about an hour of taking them, and their effect can last from several hours to all day if you take a sustained-release form.”
“The analyst said that if Pfizer were to sever its licensing agreement, it is a very negative example about the future and approvability of a sustained-release version of Indiplon that would help people sleep through the night.”
“Others yield their sugars more slowly, acting like those sustained-release cold capsules you may have seen advertised on television.”
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