Topical Pharmaceutical Formulations and Methods of Treatment
Staniforth, John, 2004. Topical Pharmaceutical Formulations and Methods of Treatment. A61J3/00-PL360868 (A1), 20 September 2004.
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In certain embodiments, the present invention is directed to a pharmaceutical formulation for topical administration on a mammal, comprising a unit dose of a therapeutically effective amount of a therapeutic agent and a pharmaceutically acceptable carrier medium therefor, said formulation being solid at ambient temperature and having a softening point of not higher than 35 DEG C, such that when the formulation is placed in continuous contact with the skin of a mammalian patient, it is softened to a consistency to effect substantial application of the unit dose of said therapeutic agent onto a desired skin area of the mammalian patient within a time period of less than 10 minutes.
|Creators||Staniforth, J.and Tobyn, M. J.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Pharmacy & Pharmacology|
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