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I am not too sure what the difference is between the two, Helene, after looking the terms up in GDT. But since we have a surefire equivalence between carrier additive and support d'additif, this is all I know...
Explanation: The bolus is made up of 300 mg of lévamisole chlorhydrate (the active principle) and an amount of excipient (ingredients which are not pharmacologically active) which will take the total weight TO / jusqu’à 4,5g. 'Ad' is latin for 'to' and is followed by an accusative, eg Canada's "A mari usque ad mare", meaning from sea to sea / de la mer jusqu’à la mer, ie from Pacific to Atlantic.
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