Manufacture Of Long Term Drug Delivery Devices With Polyurethane

  • Published: Oct 22, 2008
  • Earliest Priority: Aug 11 2003
  • Family: 47
  • Cited Works: 1
  • Cited by: 9
  • Cites: 13
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This invention is related to the use of polyurethane based polymer as a drug delivery device to deliver biologically active compounds at a constant rate for an extended period of time and methods of manufactures thereof. The device is very biocompatible and biostable, and is useful as an implant in patients (humans and animals) for the delivery of appropriate bioactive substances to tissues or organs. The drug delivery device for releasing one or more drugs at controlled rates for an extended period of time to produce local or systemic pharmacological effects comprises: 1. a reservoir, said reservoir comprising; 2. at least one active ingredient; and, optionally, 3. at least one pharmaceutically acceptable carrier; a polyurethane based polymer completely surrounding the reservoir.


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  • Publication: Oct 22, 2008
  • Application: Aug 11, 2004
    EP EP 08010973 A
  • Priority: Aug 11, 2004
    EP EP 04769233 A
  • Priority: Aug 18, 2003
    CA CA 2437639 A
  • Priority: Aug 11, 2003
    US US 49413203 P

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