THE EUROPEAN Medicines Agency (EMA) has released further guidance on developing paediatric medicines. Taking account of the latest science, the advice focuses on administration and dosage forms; excipients in formulation; modified release preparations; and dosing frequency. There is detailed guidance on administering medicines through feeding tubes and also inhalation. Comments are requested by March 31.


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