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Year : 1996  |  Volume : 28  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 32-34

Comparative bioavailability of two commercial centchroman tablets in healthy female subjects

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Centchroman serum levels were determined in six healthy female subjects after oral administration of single 30 mg tablets of Saheli (Hindustan Latex Ltd.) and Centrol (Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd.) in a double blind cross-over study. The mean peak serum centchroman concentrations of 67.55 no/ml was observed between 4-8 h from Saheli and was similar to that from Centron. The pharmacokinetic parameters of centchroman from both the tablets were comparable without significant variation. The mean relative biovailability of Centron to Saheli was 101.97%.


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