Concerns over tablets not dissolving

analgesics: ibuprofen and glass of water
Patient safety may be at risk with reports that Anginine and Lycinate tablets are taking longer to dissolve than expected. The TGA has today issued an alert warning it was investigating reports that "glyceryl trinitrate (GTN) tablets, sold in Australia under the brand names Anginine and Lycinate, are taking longer than expected to dissolve under some

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