Stability of Oral Oxytocics in Tropical Climates - Results of Simulation Studies on Oral Ergometrine, Oral Methylergometrine, Buccal Oxytocin and Buccal Desamino-Oxytocin - EDM Research Series No. 012
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Acknowledgements

The research project was planned jointly by the Ergot Task Group, Netherlands; the WHO Action Programme on Essential Drugs (H.V. Hogerzeil); and the WHO Maternal Health and Safe Motherhood Programme (G.J.A. Walker).

The Ergot Task Group consists of A.N.J.A de Groot, Investigator; P.W.J. van Dongen, Gynaecologist; J. van Roosmalen, Gynaecologist; T.B. Vree, Chemist; and Y.A. Hekster, Clinical Pharmacist.. The chemical analyses were carried out at the Laboratory of Clinical Pharmacy in Nijmegen by Mrs M. van den Biggelaar-Martea and Mrs A.M. Baars, Technicians, whose active and enthusiastic collaboration is very much appreciated. Statistical advice was given by G.F. Borm, Statistician at the Medical Statistics Department of the University of Nijmegen.

This work was mainly supported by grant no. 28.1960 from the Dutch "Praeventie-fonds", and partly by the WHO Action Programme on Essential Drugs and the Maternal Health and Safe Motherhood Programme. This support is gratefully acknowledged.

 

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