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An antidiuretic is an agent or drug that, when administered to an organism, helps control body water balance by reducing urination, opposing diuresis. Antidiuretics are the drugs that reduce urine volume, particularly in diabetes insipidus (DI) which is their primary indication.
Bioequivalence was assessed for the primary criterion AUCosm by a calculated mean ratio (test/reference) of 100.9% (90% confidence interval ranging from 88.0% to 115.6%).
Related Journals of Bioequivalence Antidiuretics
Journal of Bioequivalence & Bioavailability, International Journal of BioAnalytical Methods & BioEquivalence Studies, Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, MOJ Bioequivalence & Bioavailability, Bioanalytical Methods & Bioequivalence Studies, Cardiovascular Pharmacology: Open Access, Enliven: Biosimilars and Bioavailablity, Chemical Speciation & Bioavailability, Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs: Open Access, Journal of Pharmacovigilance, Pharmaceutics & Drug Delivery Research, Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Research.