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    Study title: ACARBOSE (BAY G 5421) IN INSULIN-DEPENDENT DIABETES - THE EFFECT ON THE DAILY BLOOD-GLUCOSE PROFILE AND ON THE INSULINCONSUMPTION BY AN ARTIFICIAL PANCREAS (STUDY 0160)(PH-9873)

    Type of medicine: Medicines containing chemical active substances
    Therapeutic area: Nutritional and Metabolic Diseases [C18]  
    Brands: Please see report
    MAH holders: Please see report
    Assessment:
    Active substance: ACARBOSE
    ATC code: A10BF01
    Document link: Bayer Pharma_Acarbose_0160_study_synopsis.pdf
    Document date: 07-09-2011
    Study number: BAY-G5421-0160
    EudraCT number:
    Scope of study: CLINICAL
    Population of study subjects: Preterm newborn Infants Newborn infants (1 to 27 days) Infants and toddlers (28 days to 24 months) Children (2 to 11 years) Adolescents (12 to 18 years)
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