bhargavj12
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India,
2017-07-10 19:59

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 Bioequivalence study of class II molecule [Regulatives / Guidelines]

Hello.... Is it possible to do Bioequivalence study of Class II products in India????
examples of Class II products are Hydrocodon, Oxycodon, metapon etc...


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2017-07-10 20:21

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 BE of Schedule II drug (India)

Hi bhargavj12

» Is it possible to do Bioequivalence study of Class II products in India?

I guess you mean Schedule II drugs. If yes, sure, why not?
Been there, done that. But: The procedure (to be initiated after approval by DGGI and the IEC) at the Central Bureau of Narcotics was painfully slow (in 2010).

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bhargavj12
Junior

India,
2017-07-11 06:05
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 BE of Schedule II drug (India)

» I guess you mean Schedule II drugs.

Thank you for the reply

Yes I mean to say for Schedule II drugs. Is there any specific difference or things which is to be taken care for Schedule II? or any specific guidance or literature available for the same to conduct in India?


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jag009
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2017-07-14 05:52

@ bhargavj12
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 BE of Schedule II drug (India)

Done a few over the last two years in India clinics. No much issues except for the hassles of getting import permit and export license (USA).

Study wise, no big issues, same as regular BA/BE studies.

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