Concomitant medications in BE-study [Study Per­for­mance]

posted by BE-proff – Russia, 2016-09-01 09:05 (1439 d 14:46 ago) – Posting: # 16618
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Hi All,

It is well-known fact that concomitant medications are not allowed in BE-studies with healthy volunteers.
But if to look at BE-studies of drug-releasing implants (with very long sampling period) I doubt that subjects will not use any medications (i.e. painkillers for headache or nasal drops).
Should we exclude such subjects from the study even though we know that taken drug have low absorption (nasal drops, topical creams, etc)?

May be there are any publications with list of medications which can used in BE-studies?:confused:

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