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Avanir Pharmaceuticals Announces Positive Results of Phase III Study for Zenvia in Diabetic Neuropathic Pain

...firmatory clinical trial in IEED with a new, lower quinidine dose formulation later this year," he added. Con...ree treatment arms (45 mg dextromethorphan / 30 mg quinidine BID dose, 30 mg dextromethorphan / 30 mg quinidine BID dose and placebo). The protocol for the study ...

Avanir Pharmaceuticals Presents IEED Prevalence and Updated Zenvia Long-Term Safety Data at AAN Annual Meeting

...d in the FDA's approvable letter for Zenvia for the treatment of IEED, the company intends to initiate a confirmatory phase III study with a new lower quinidine dose formulation of Zenvia. In April 2007 Avanir completed the first of two planned phase III studies in diabetic peripheral neuropathic pain where al...

AVANIR Pharmaceuticals to Present Zenvia Phase III Data in Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathic Pain at Second International Congress on Neuropathic Pain

...d in the FDA's approvable letter for Zenvia for the treatment of IEED, the company intends to initiate a confirmatory Phase III study with a new lower quinidine dose formulation of Zenvia. In April 2007 AVANIR completed the first of two planned Phase III studies in diabetic peripheral neuropathic pain where al...

AVANIR Pharmaceuticals Presents Zenvia Phase III Data in Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathic Pain at International Congress on Neuropathic Pain

...study. Poster: "IMPROVED PATIENT-CENTERED OUTCOMES WITH DEXTROMETHORPHAN/ quinidine VS PLACEBO IN A PHASE III, DOUBLE-BLIND, RANDOMIZED, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED TRI...company intends to initiate a confirmatory Phase III study with a new lower quinidine dose formulation of Zenvia. In April 2007 AVANIR completed a Phase III stud...
Quinidine in Biological Technology

Immunoassay of Theophylline by fluorescence polarisation

...concentrations of eleven different drugs: gentamicin at 5 g/mL theophylline at 17.8 g/mL tobramycin at 6.5 g/mL quinidine at 2.6 g/mL phenytoin at 12 g/mL digoxin at 2.2 ng/mL salicylate at 220 g/mL acetaminophen at 217 g/mL ...
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