Drug Patents owned by La Jolla Pharma

1. Drug name - GIAPREZA

Patent Number Company Patent Title Patent Expiry Activity Alert
These patents focus on the other aspects of the active substance like dosage, mode of administration (oral, tablet, capsules, liquids etc).
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(7 years from now)

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(7 years from now)

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(8 years from now)

US11096983 LA JOLLA PHARMA Angiotensin II alone or in combination for the treatment of hypotension Dec, 2034

(12 years from now)

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(12 years from now)

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(12 years from now)

US9220745 LA JOLLA PHARMA Angiotensin II alone or in combination for the treatment of hypotension Dec, 2034

(12 years from now)

US11219662 LA JOLLA PHARMA Methods for treating hypotension in a patient that has received an ACE inhibitor by administering angiotensin II Jan, 2037

(14 years from now)

Drugs and Companies using ANGIOTENSIN II ACETATE ingredient

Treatment: Increasing blood pressure with a rate of about 20 ng/kg/min to about 40 ng/kg/min angiotensin ii in a human subject having septic shock; increasing blood pressure with an initial rate of about 20 ng/kg/min angiotensin ii in a human subject having septic shock, and titrating the rate up.; Treating refractory hypotension with about 5 ng/kg/min to about 20 ng/kg/min angiotensin ii in a patient receiving vasopressor; Treating low blood pressure with angiotensin ii with an initial rate of about 5 ng/kg/min to about 20 ng/kg/min in a subject having refractory hypotension or severe hypotension, and titrating the rate up; treating low blood pressure with angiotensin ii with an initial rate of about 5 ng/kg/min to about 20 ng/kg/min in a subject having refractory hypotension or severe hypotension; Treating hypotension with about 20 ng/kg/min to about 40 ng/kg/min angiotensin ii in a human subject having septic shock; Treating refractory hypotension with about 20 ng/kg/min angiotensin ii in a patient receiving vasopressor; Treating distributive shock with angiotensin ii; treating septic shock with angiotensin ii; Maintaining mean arterial pressure of about 65 mmhg or above with about 1 ng/kg/min to about 40 ng/kg/min angiotensin ii in hypotensive patients treated with vasopressin or a vasopressin analogue and reducing vasopressin or vasopressin analogue use; Treating low blood pressure with angiotensin ii at an initial rate of about 20 ng/kg/min and titrating down to achieve and/or maintain a map of about 65 mm hg or above; Maintaining mean arterial pressure of about 65 mmhg or higher with angiotensin ii in shock patients treated with catecholamines and reducing catecholamine use; treating high output shock with angiotensin ii by increasing mean arterial pressure in patients treated with catecholamines and reducing catecholamine use; Treating hypotension with angiotensin ii in a patient receiving an angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor

Dosage: SOLUTION;INTRAVENOUS

More Information on Dosage
Strength Dosage Availability
EQ 0.5MG BASE/ML (EQ 0.5MG BASE/ML) SOLUTION;INTRAVENOUS Prescription
EQ 2.5MG BASE/ML (EQ 2.5MG BASE/ML) SOLUTION;INTRAVENOUS Prescription
EQ 5MG BASE/2ML (EQ 2.5MG BASE/ML) SOLUTION;INTRAVENOUS Discontinued

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