What are rabeprazole sodium extended release capsules? How many tablets are there in one capsule?

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6 Jul 2010

Rabeprazole extended release capsule formulation is a new drug application so all the details of the formulation/capsule is not available yet. However, it is known that Rabeprazole sodium extended-release 50 mg capsules combines two different kinds of drug releasing mechanisms in one capsule.

Rabeprazole sodium delayed release tablets are currently marketed by Eisai Inc. as ACIPHEX.

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