sus·tained–re·lease adjective \sə-ˈstānd-ri-ˈlēs\
: designed to release a drug in the body slowly over an extended period of time
First Known Use of SUSTAINED-RELEASE
sus·tained–re·lease adjective \səs-ˌtānd-ri-ˌlēs\ (Medical Dictionary)
: designed to slowly release a drug in the body over an extended period of time <sustained–release capsules> <a sustained–release drug delivery system>—compare timed-release
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