Latest Glucocorticoids Stories

2008-09-24 06:00:00

Nasacort, a nasal steroid used in allergic rhinitis, has been approved for the treatment of children aged two to five years old.

2008-09-03 09:00:46

Akorn-Strides has announced the approval of two abbreviated new drug applications for dexamethasone sodium phosphate injection USP, 4mg (base)/mL in 1mL, 5mL, and 30mL vials, and dexamethasone sodium phosphate injection USP, 10mg (base)/mL in 10mL vials.

2008-08-28 15:01:07

Something goes awry in the white blood cells of caregivers of the elderly or chronically ill to increase their disease risk, U.S. and Canadian researchers say.

2008-07-22 09:01:12

SkyePharma has announced that its development and marketing partner Mundipharma has successfully completed two Phase III clinical studies for the European development program for Flutiform, both of which have shown positive results.

2008-07-18 12:01:14

Schering-Plough has announced that Schering-Plough KK, the company's country operation in Japan, has received marketing approval for Nasonex nasal spray 50mcg for the treatment of allergic rhinitis in adult patients.

2008-06-24 02:30:29

Glenmark Generics, a subsidiary of Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, has received ANDA approval from the FDA for Trandolapril tablets USP 1mg, 2mg and 4mg and will immediately commence marketing and distribution of these products in the US market.

2008-06-10 09:01:15

Perrigo Company has filed an abbreviated new drug application for Fluocinonide cream 0.1%, a generic version of Vanos cream 0.1%. The company believes that it is the first to file an abbreviated new drug application (ANDA) with a Paragraph IV certification against Vanos.

2007-06-14 06:07:57

By de Groot, Pieter C M van Kamp, Inge L; Zweers, Evert J K; de Kroon, Cor D; van Wijngaarden, Willem J Abstract A 28-year-old primigravida with severe oligohydramnios and pre-eclamptic symptoms was found to have Cushing's syndrome caused by an adrenocortical tumor.

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