15 Nov 2011
some of the poorly soluble drugs:-albendazole,danazole,ketoconazole,itrconazole,atovaquone,troglitazone,valsartan,nimesulide,loratadine,griseofulvin,felodipine,probucol,ubiquinone,cefixime frusemide,salicylic acid ,ketoprofen,tinidazole,aceclofenac,hydrocholthiazide,ofloxacin, ibufrofen,nevirapine,
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... find it in your list of drugs. Please advise how.
1 answer • 8 Mar 2013
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