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Singapore approves extended-release analgesic injection by Lumosa

21 December 2020 | News

HSA's approval has significance in accelerating the marketing of LT1001 in the rest of ASEAN member states

Photo Credit: Freepik

Photo Credit: Freepik

Lumosa, based in Taiwan, has announced the market approval of LT1001 (Naldebain®), an extended-release analgesic injection, from Singapore’s Health Science Agency (HSA).

Being one of the regulatory reference countries, HSA's approval has significance in accelerating the marketing of LT1001 in the rest of ASEAN member states.

Applications for drug approval were also submitted to the health authorities of other Southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia and Thailand. Applications to the rest of ASEAN countries will soon follow.

LT1001 is an extended-release analgesic injection indicated for the relief of moderate to severe post-operative pain for up to 7 days.

Compare to morphine, oxycodone and other commonly used analgesic agents for similar indications, LT1001 is much safer and has no abuse potential; these characteristics mark a unique market position for LT1001.

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