Delayed Prolonged Drug Delivery

Alexander Mullen (Inventor), Howard Stevens (Inventor), Sarah Eccleston (Inventor)

Research output: Patent

Abstract

In one aspect, the present invention is concerned with a treatment where it is desired that an active agent is designed to be released in a prolonged manner at a time point some time after administration of the active agent. The present invention is particularly suited to administering an agent which may be released whilst a subject is sleeping, shortly before waking and continues to administer the drug during the early waking hours. As well as treating certain conditions by a particular regime, the invention also provides novel formulations for a delayed, followed by a prolonged release of drug.
LanguageEnglish
Patent numberUS2013022677 (A1)
IPCA61K31/277
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 24 Jan 2013

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Keywords

  • drug delivery
  • drug administration route

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Mullen, A., Stevens, H., & Eccleston, S. (Accepted/In press). IPC No. A61K31/277. Delayed Prolonged Drug Delivery. (Patent No. US2013022677 (A1) ).
Mullen, Alexander (Inventor) ; Stevens, Howard (Inventor) ; Eccleston, Sarah (Inventor). / Delayed Prolonged Drug Delivery. IPC No.: A61K31/277. Patent No.: US2013022677 (A1) .
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