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Showing 1721 - 1730 of 1957 results

Status:
US Approved OTC
Source:
21 CFR 349.12(a)(3) ophthalmic:demulcents hypromellose
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Class:
POLYMER

Status:
US Approved OTC
Source:
21 CFR 332.10 antiflatulent simethicone
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Class:
POLYMER

Status:
US Approved OTC
Source:
21 CFR 349.12(a)(3) ophthalmic:demulcents hypromellose
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Class:
POLYMER

Status:
US Approved OTC
Source:
21 CFR 349.12(d)(2) ophthalmic:demulcents polyethylene glycol 300
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Class:
POLYMER

Status:
US Approved OTC
Source:
21 CFR 349.12(d)(3) ophthalmic:demulcents polyethylene glycol 400
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Class:
POLYMER

Status:
US Approved OTC
Source:
21 CFR 349.12(a)(3) ophthalmic:demulcents hypromellose
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Class:
POLYMER

Status:
US Approved OTC
Source:
21 CFR 349.12(b) ophthalmic:demulcents dextran 70
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First approved in 1953
Source:
Dextran 70 6% in 0.9% Sodium Chloride by American McGaw
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Class:
POLYMER

Status:
US Approved OTC
Source:
21 CFR 349.12(a)(1) ophthalmic:demulcents carboxymethylcellulose sodium
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First approved in 1949
Source:
Carmethose by Ciba
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Class:
POLYMER

Status:
US Approved OTC
Source:
21 CFR 349.12(d)(4) ophthalmic:demulcents polysorbate 80
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First approved in 1949
Source:
Olothorb by Merck Sharp & Dohme
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Class:
POLYMER


Polysorbate 80 is a nonionic surfactant and emulsifier often used in foods and cosmetics. Polysorbate 80 is an excipient that is used to stabilize aqueous formulations of medications for parenteral administration, and used as an emulsifier in the manufacture of the popular antiarrhythmic amiodarone. Polysorbate 80 is also used as an excipient in some European and Canadian influenza vaccines. Influenza vaccines contain 25 μg of polysorbate 80 per dose. Polysorbate 80 is also used in the culture of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Middlebrook 7H9 broth. It is also used as an emulsifier in the estrogen-regulating drug Estrasorb. In Europe and America, people eat about 100 mg of polysorbate 80 in foods per day on average. Polysorbate 80 has not been found to be carcinogenic. Rats fed with diets containing up to 5% polysorbate 80 by volume for 12 weeks showed no toxic effects.
Status:
US Approved OTC
Source:
21 CFR 349.12(a)(4) ophthalmic:demulcents methylcellulose
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First approved in 1947
Source:
Methylcellulose by Various Mfrs.
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Class:
POLYMER

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