Formulation

May 02, 2004
Pharmaceutical Technology
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
Pharmaceutical Science & Technology News
May 02, 2004
Pharmaceutical Technology
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
Bin blender performance is comprehensively reviewed using both free-flowing and cohesive mixtures.
May 02, 2004
Pharmaceutical Technology
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
Pharmaceutical science and technology news
May 02, 2004
Pharmaceutical Technology
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
The author describes a separation method for two active ingredients in the contraceptive pill with liquid chromatography UV detection.
May 02, 2004
Pharmaceutical Technology
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
In this series of articles, bin blender performance is comprehensively reviewed using both free-flowing and cohesive mixtures. In part 1, an introduction to tools and techniques is presented, followed by an examination of parameter effects, mixing mechanisms, and the effects of cohesion on mixing.
Apr 01, 2004
Pharmaceutical Technology Europe
The bioavailability of some insoluble drugs is enhanced when they are dissolved in the solubilizing agent macrogol 400, although conventional hard capsules cannot tolerate the agent. This article investigates a PVA copolymer, which has been developed by the authors, examining its properties and its suitability as a material in capsule formulations.
Apr 01, 2004
Pharmaceutical Technology Europe
Dry powder inhalers are a well-accepted dosage form for pulmonary drug delivery and a wide variety are either currently available or in development. This article examines a premetered, capsule-based multidose inhaler for which different qualities of a-lactose monohydrate were screened.
Jan 01, 2004
Pharmaceutical Technology Europe
This article reflects on the challenges that predicting powder flowability currently pose to the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry and considers some of the benefits that can accrue when companies overcome these issues.
Oct 01, 2003
Pharmaceutical Technology Europe
Erythritol is a bulk sweetener polyol that is suitable for a variety of reduced-calorie and sugar-free foods. It has been part of the human diet for thousands of years because of its presence in foods such as fruit, mushrooms and fermentation-derived products including wine, soy sauce and cheese. This article investigates the properties of erythritol and describes how it can be used as a pharmaceutical excipient.
Oct 01, 2003
Pharmaceutical Technology Europe
Previous articles have presented a general review of the different types of spheres that can be obtained with a rotary fluidized bed process.1,2 This two-part study focusses on lipid spheres that can be prepared using hydrogenated castor oil, as well as examining the feasibility of the process and the main characteristics of the spheres obtained.
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