Adhesive properties of 38 transdermal patches of ten different active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) were measured using unified methods. The adhesive properties were quite different among the patches, even for the same API, dose, and size. In the case of generic products for which the bioequivalence to a brand-name product is assured, the variation in the adhesive properties can extend the range of choices for patients. This study will help medical experts to notice the differences in adhesive properties of transdermal patches.
What Is Qualitative Research?
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Examination of Factors Affecting Adverse Reactions and Dosage Reduction in UGT1A1 Genotyped Patients: A Retrospective Survey of Irinotecan
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Research Misconduct in Japan and How It Is Covered by the Media
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Home Medical Care for Heart Failure Patients: Pharmaceutical Education Program of Chiba University
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Mechanism of Cell Proliferation—Cell Cycle, Oncogenes, and Senescence
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