List of Qternmet Xr drug patents

Qternmet Xr is owned by Astrazeneca Ab.

Qternmet Xr contains Dapagliflozin; Metformin Hydrochloride; Saxagliptin Hydrochloride.

Qternmet Xr has a total of 7 drug patents out of which 0 drug patents have expired.

Qternmet Xr was authorised for market use on 02 May, 2019.

Qternmet Xr is available in tablet, extended release;oral dosage forms.

Qternmet Xr can be used as treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus.

The generics of Qternmet Xr are possible to be released after 12 November, 2030.

Patent Number Company Patent Title Patent Expiry Activity Alert
These patents protects the active chemical substance. Only patent owner can launch products that use this active substance.
USRE44186 ASTRAZENECA AB Cyclopropyl-fused pyrrolidine-based inhibitors of dipeptidyl peptidase IV and method
Jul, 2023

(5 months from now)

US6515117 ASTRAZENECA AB C-aryl glucoside SGLT2 inhibitors and method
Oct, 2025

(2 years from now)

US7919598 ASTRAZENECA AB Crystal structures of SGLT2 inhibitors and processes for preparing same
Dec, 2029

(6 years from now)

These patents focus on the other aspects of the active substance like dosage, mode of administration (oral, tablet, capsules, liquids etc).
US8628799 ASTRAZENECA AB Coated tablet formulation and method
Jul, 2025

(2 years from now)

US8501698 ASTRAZENECA AB Crystal structures of SGLT2 inhibitors and processes for preparing same
Jun, 2027

(4 years from now)

US8716251 ASTRAZENECA AB Pharmaceutical formulations containing an SGLT2 inhibitor
Mar, 2028

(5 years from now)

US9616028 ASTRAZENECA AB Bilayer tablet formulations
Nov, 2030

(7 years from now)

Exclusivity Exclusivity Expiration
New Product (NP) May 2, 2022


Market Authorisation Date: 02 May, 2019

Treatment: Treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus


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