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Oxybutynin is used to relieve urinary and bladder difficulties, including frequent urination and inability to control urination. It also helps to decrease muscle spasms of the bladder.

Antares is developing Anturol for the treatment of over active bladder. Anturol is the anticholinergic oxybutynin delivered by its proprietary ATD(TM) gel that is used to achieve therapeutic blood levels of the active compound that can be sustained over 24 hours after a single, daily application. It is believed that Anturol may offer equal or increased oxybutynin to the metabolite ratio, thus resulting in decreased reporting of adverse events when compared to patients taking comparable oral products. In addition, Anturol is more cosmetically appealing than patches and may have less irritation and allergic reactions.
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Highest Dev Status Launched
Therapeutic AreaGenitourinary System
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