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Synonyms for tablet

a slab of stone or wood suitable for bearing an inscription

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a number of sheets of paper fastened together along one edge

a small flat compressed cake of some substance

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a dose of medicine in the form of a small pellet

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These additional results demonstrated that once-daily dosing with the enteric-coated tablet formulation of RDEA806 resulted in significant reductions in plasma viral load that were consistent with results previously presented with twice-daily dosing of the capsule formulation in the same study.
Enteric-coated tablets, sustained-release or extended release coated capsules or tablets, sublingual and buccal tablets, and microencapsulated products should never be opened or crushed for administering through a feeding tube (3).
Examples are crushing of enteric-coated tablets that protect the active ingredient against degradation by gastric acid, which would reduce bioavailability; and reduction of serum concentrations of phenytoin by 72% when it is administered with enteral feeds.
com and get a bottle of 120 enteric-coated tablets (37.
Enteric-coated tablets seem to offer better protection, passing through the stomach intact and dissolving later.
5mg and 5mg enteric-coated tablets in pots of 28 tablets.
Enteric-coated tablets protect the active ingredient against degradation by gastric acid, and crushing these tablets will reduce the bioavailability of the drug.
True (A) or false (B)--click on the correct answer: Enteric-coated tablets protect the active ingredient against degradation by gastric acid.
Oral Belerofon is formulated as enteric-coated tablets containing the lyophilized Belerofon protein.