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Edluar (Zolpidem Tartrate Sublingual Tablets) Archive - Bluelight

5/14/2014
03:50 | Author: David Perry

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Edluar (Zolpidem Tartrate Sublingual Tablets) Archive - Bluelight

Have you guys heard about these new sublingual Zolpidem (Ambien) tablets called Edluar? they look pretty cool, seeing as the normal 10mg.

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Transcept Pharmaceuticals - Intermezzo 3.5 mg Achieves Greater

11/23/2014
11:40 | Author: David Perry

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Transcept Pharmaceuticals - Intermezzo 3.5 mg Achieves Greater

Despite this higher initial bioavailability, zolpidem blood levels from sublingual 3.5 mg Intermezzo were significantly lower four hours after administration than.

In a related APSS poster presentation, investigators described a study in which they sought to quantify the proportion of MOTN insomnia patients who would be suitable candidates for treatment with a rapidly effective and short-acting agent. Investigators monitored 654 patients participating in an insomnia clinical trial using an Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) that patients called each night after a middle of the night awakening. This system tracked the time of awakenings and amount of bedtime remaining.

“Nearly all patients in this study experienced frequent awakenings at a time of night when they had at least four hours of sleep remaining.

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SLEEP - Novel Sublingual Low-Dose Zolpidem Tablet Reduces

11/22/2014
09:10 | Author: David Perry

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SLEEP - Novel Sublingual Low-Dose Zolpidem Tablet Reduces

VOLUME 36, ISSUE 02. SUBLINGUAL LOW-DOSE ZOLPIDEM AND MIDDLE-OF-THE-NIGHT AWAKENING Novel Sublingual Low-Dose Zolpidem Tablet.

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To evaluate efficacy and safety of 3.5-mg zolpidem tartrate sublingual tablets (ZST) on latency to sleep onset after middle-of-the-night (MOTN) awakenings in patients with insomnia characterized by difficulty returning to sleep after MOTN awakenings.

After a 2-wk, single-blind placebo eligibility period, participants were randomized 1:1 to as-needed MOTN dosing with 3.5 mg ZST or placebo for 28 nights.

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Sublingual Zolpidem (Edluar Sublinox) - Springer

9/21/2014
07:40 | Author: David Perry

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Sublingual Zolpidem (Edluar Sublinox) - Springer

Zolpidem is a non-benzodiazepine hypnotic used in the short-term treatment of insomnia. A sublingual orally disintegrating tablet formulation of.

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Zolpidem is a non-benzodiazepine hypnotic used in the short-term treatment of insomnia. A sublingual orally disintegrating tablet formulation of zolpidem (Edluar; Sublinox) has been developed to provide a more rapid onset of action than oral immediate-release zolpidem. Sublingual zolpidem has demonstrated bioequivalence to oral zolpidem. In a randomized, double-blind, double-dummy, crossover, multi-centre study in adult patients with primary insomnia (n = 70), a single 10-mg dose of sublingual zolpidem significantly reduced latency to persistent sleep (primary endpoint) compared with a single 10-mg dose of oral immediate-release zolpidem. Sleep-onset latency and latency to stage 1 sleep were also significantly shorter with sublingual zolpidem than with oral zolpidem. Moreover, compared with the oral formulation, sublingual zolpidem was noninferior in terms of total sleep time and did not significantly differ in terms of duration of wake after sleep onset. Sublingual zolpidem was generally well tolerated in this trial, with most adverse events being of mild or moderate severity. The overall tolerability profile of sublingual zolpidem was similar to that of oral zolpidem.

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