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Update on rosacea and anti-inflammatory-dose doxycycline.
Berman B, et al. Drugs Today (Barc) 2007 - Review. PMID 17315050
Oracea is a 40 mg capsule of doxycycline monohydrate, containing 30 mg immediate-release and 10 mg delayed-release doxycycline beads ("anti-inflammatory-dose doxycycline"). ...Each capsule of anti-inflammatory-dose doxycycline contains a total of 40 mg of anhydrous doxycycline as 30 mg of immediate-release and 10 mg of delayed-release beads. ...
Oracea is a 40 mg capsule of doxycycline monohydrate, containing 30 mg immediate-release and 10 mg delayed-release doxycycline
A lipid-and-polymer-based novel local drug delivery system--BonyPid™: from physicochemical aspects to therapy of bacterially infected bones
Emanuel N, et al. J Control Release 2012. PMID 22507550
We developed a novel local drug delivery system based on self-assembly of specific familiar lipids and polymers that encapsulate the desired drug (exemplified by doxycycline). The entrapped doxycycline present in the anhydrous environment of the formulation is fully protected from long-term water-exposure-related degradation. ...
We developed a novel local drug delivery system based on self-assembly of specific familiar lipids and polymers that encapsulate the desired …
Administration of doxycycline hydrochloride via drinking water to turkeys under laboratory and field conditions.
Santos MD, et al. Poult Sci 1997. PMID 9316108
A series of experiments were carried out in order to determine doxycycline hydrochloride (DoxHCl) plasma levels in 6-wk-old turkeys medicated via drinking water containing DoxHCl at a concentration of 250 mg/L under laboratory and field conditions. ...Water consumption under laboratory conditions was followed for tap water (70 +/- 50 mL/kg.d) and for a DoxHCl solution at a concentration of 250 mg/L supplemented with 1 g anhydrous citric acid/L (119 +/- 6 mL/kg.d) and revealed to be not significantly different. ...
A series of experiments were carried out in order to determine doxycycline hydrochloride (DoxHCl) plasma levels in 6-wk-old turkeys m …
The effect of local doxycycline with and without tricalcium phosphate on the regenerative healing potential of periodontal osseous defects in dogs.
Al-Ali W, et al. J Periodontol 1989. PMID 2810011
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the clinical and histological effects of high concentration doxycycline on osseous regeneration in adult beagle dogs. ...Two weeks following ligature removal, one of the following graft procedures was randomly assigned to each defect: 1) doxycycline alone (DOX); 2) tricalcium phosphate alone (TCP); 3) a combined graft of DOX plus TCP, or 4), surgically debrided control. ...
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the clinical and histological effects of high concentration doxycycline on osseous regenera …
Doxycycline-tricalcium phosphate composite graft facilitates osseous healing in advanced periodontal furcation defects.
Pepelassi EM, et al. J Periodontol 1991 - Clinical Trial. PMID 2027058
The purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of a tricalcium phosphate, plaster of paris, and doxycycline composite graft to surgical debridement alone in the treatment of Class II and Class III furcation defects. ...Additionally the plaster served as a vehicle to carry and retain the doxycycline at the treated site. These short-term results point to the potential of a composite graft containing tricalcium phosphate, plaster of paris, and doxycycline in promoting healing of furcation lesions....
The purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of a tricalcium phosphate, plaster of paris, and doxycycline composite gra …
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