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Morita; Yasushi
Takasaki, JP
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4822823 Aqueous preparation and method of preparation thereof April 18, 1989
This invention relates to an aqueous preparation comprising a compound (A) represented by the formula: ##STR1## and at least one of cyclodextrins selected from .alpha.-cyclodextrin and dimethyl-.beta.-cyclodextrin; and a method of preparation thereof.According to the aqueous preparat
4808577 Method for preventing coloration of aqueous preparations of cefmenoxime February 28, 1989
Incorporation of boric acid or a salt thereof in an aqueous preparation containing cefmenoxime or a salt thereof is effective in the prevention of coloration of the preparation.Therefore, cefmenoxime and its salts can be used as aqueous ophthalmic, otic or nasal drugs for topical applica

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