Medical remedy

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CURE.

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Random information on the term “Medical remedy”:

Liberation is the first step in the process by which medication enters the body and liberates the active ingredient that has been administered. The pharmaceutical drug must separate from the vehicle or the excipient that it was mixed with during manufacture. Some authors split the process of liberation into three steps: disintegration, disaggregation and dissolution. A limiting factor in the adsorption of pharmaceutical drugs is the degree to which they are ionized, as cell membranes are relatively impermeable to ionized molecules.

The characteristics of a medication’s excipient play a fundamental role in creating a suitable environment for the correct absorption of a drug. This can mean that the same dose of a drug in different forms can have different bioequivalence, as they yield different plasma concentrations and therefore have different therapeutic effects. Dosage forms with modified release (such as delayed or extended release) allow this difference to be usefully applied.

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Random information on the term “CURE”:

The Cure is a 112 km (70 mi) long river in central France, a right-bank tributary of the Yonne.Its source is in Gien-sur-Cure, in the Morvan hills. It flows into the Yonne at Cravant near Vermenton.

It crosses the following departments and towns: (from its source to its confluence):

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