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Pedrali; Patrick
Annecy, FR
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5244663 Therapeutic method against allergy September 14, 1993
Allergens are contained in strictly controlled and reproducible amounts on solid supports to provide a progressive release of the allergen perlingually and sublingually. The compositions are prepared by dissolving an allergen in a polar solvent to obtain a mother solution; preparing
5080903 Galenical forms of beta-2-mimetics for administration perlingually and sublingually January 14, 1992
New galenical forms for administering beta-2-mimetics comprising a support conditioned to be placed into the sublingual and perlingual cavity of the mouth, the support made of a pharmaceutically acceptable compound which disintegrates under the action of saliva and progressively releases
5061493 Galenical forms of corticoids for administration perlingually and sublingually and process for t October 29, 1991
In these new galenical forms the corticoid is contained, in strictly controlled and reproducible amounts, in solid supports provided for an extended release of the active ingredient perlingually and sublingually.The corticoid is preferably methylprednisolone.The galenical forms can be prepar

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