purgative


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of, relating to, or tending to eliminate

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Drug safety and tolerability were assessed by monitoring for adverse events; evaluation of clinical labs, physical lab exam findings and vital signs; and solicitation of information about common GI symptoms associated with purgative use, e.
The Company was not profitable for the quarter and six-months ended June 30, 2005 as a result of its decision to accelerate the development and filing of its NDA to FDA for its next generation purgative product, INKP-102.
Visicol(R) is the Company's currently marketed sodium phosphate tablet purgative, which is indicated for cleansing of the bowel as a preparation for colonoscopy in adults 18 years of age or older.
Nasdaq: INKP) today announced that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has accepted for filing InKine's New Drug Application (NDA) for INKP-102, the Company's next-generation purgative product.
A New Drug Application for INKP-102, InKine's second-generation purgative product, was filed with the U.
This data suggests that use of sodium phosphate tablets may positively impact physicians practices by reducing the amount of calls they need to take a night from patients not tolerating their bowel purgative.
Based on the improved efficacy, safety and patient acceptance attributes, we believe that INKP-102, if approved by FDA, will be the best purgative on the market and should significantly expand InKine's share of the market for colon cleansing products," added Dr.
Current quarter EPS was achieved during the quarter where increased research and development resources were invested to accelerate the development of INKP-102, the Company's next generation purgative for which a new drug application (NDA) was recently submitted to the FDA.
The fruit and leaves of wild cucurbits have been used in Indian and Chinese medicine for thousands of years, as emetics and purgatives and to treat liver disease.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Acute kidney injury may not be as rare a consequence of oral sodium phosphate bowel purgatives as previously thought, researchers said at the annual meeting of the American Society of Nephrology.
Mesmer's theories were certainly exaggerated in many respects, but he was a trailblazer leading medicine into psychosomatic fields beyond mere purgatives and bloodletting.
Like acupuncture, Ayurvedic medicine is holistic: it seeks to treat maladies of the body, mind, and spirit through a complex system of herbs, exercise, diet, and special cleansings that even include enemas and purgatives (substances that cause vomiting).
For more mundane complaints, tribal healers prepare Tillandsia teas that act as laxatives or purgatives.
YOU must retrain your bowel and you can't do that while taking purgatives.
Analogous to Paracelsus' notions of protomicrobiological conception or disease as a malign, invading enemy, a toxic substance whose antidote could include homeopathic poison or purgatives, are discourses of social pathology which frame the "foreign bodies" that gave early modern writers focus for their political worries: Catholics, Jews, and witches.