progesterone

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Juniper Pharmaceuticals, Inc.'s core businesses include Juniper Pharma Services, which provides high-end fee-for-service pharmaceutical development and clinical trials manufacturing to clients, and its contract with Merck KGaA to supply Crinone (progesterone gel) outside of the United States.
divided 426 patients into two groups: one group received 90 mg Crinone, twice daily, and another group received 100 mg progesterone daily, both from the first day after oocyte retrieval.
Its core businesses include Juniper Pharma Services, which provides high-end fee-for-service pharmaceutical development and clinical trials manufacturing to clients and its contract with Merck KGaA to supply CRINONE (progesterone gel) outside of the US.
Luteal phase support using either Crinone 8% or Utrogest: results of a prospective, randomized study.
Food and Drug Administration has approved Crinone, a vaginal gel formulation of natural progesterone for treatment of amenorrhea and for infertility procedures, and Mirena, an intrauterine device that delivers progesterone directly to the uterus is an effective form of birth control and is sometimes used to treat abnormal uterine bleeding.
It is used in assisted reproductive technology as Crinone (35-38) and may be useful for pre-term labor.
Food and Drug Administration has approved Crinone, a vaginal gel formulation of natural progesterone for treatment of amenorrhea and for infertility procedures, and an intra-uterine device that delivers progesterone directly to the uterus is an effective form of birth control and is sometimes used to treat abnormal uterine bleeding.
They include the three estrogens (estradiol, estriol, and estrone in products such as Estrace, Vivelle, Climara, and Estraderm patches) and micronized progesterone (such as Prometrium and Crinone vaginal gel).
The revenue figure for the fourth quarter of 2001 does not reflect any sales of Crinone to Serono, which were halted in March 2001 pending resolution of a viscosity issue associated with the gel that resulted in a voluntary recall of certain batches of Crinone.
NEW YORK -- A novel intravaginal formulation of 4% crinone is "a viable option" for providing the progesterone component of long-term hormone replacement therapy, Dr.
Juniper is a healthcare company with core businesses of its CRINONE (progesterone gel) franchise and fee-for-service contract development and manufacturing organization Juniper Pharma Services.