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Saettone; Marco Fabrizio
Viareggio LU, IT
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6787572 Use of ubiquinone Q10 for the local treatment and prevention of post-surgical ophthalmologic pat September 7, 2004
In the treatment of ophthalmologic pathologies in general and in particular in the treatment and prevention of side-effects on eye following photorefractive therapy (PRK), laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) and exposure to solar light and ultraviolet radiation, ubiquinone
6346273 Process for solubilizing pharmaceutically active ingredients in water and in aqueous vehicles February 12, 2002
A process for solubilizing in water and in aqueous vehicles sparingly water-soluble pharmaceutically active substances, comprising the following operations: 1) forming a complex of the pharmaceutically active substance with a pharmaceutically acceptable non-ionic polymer capable of formi

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