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Articles by Pramote Cholayudth

Pramote Cholayudth

managing director

Pramote Cholayudth is the managing director of the Professional Conference Center, Ltd., 6/756 Number One Complex, Bangkok-Ram 2 Road, Pravate District, Bangkok 10250, Thailand, fax 662.740.9586, cpramote2000@yahoo.com

Articles
Using the Bergum Method and MS Excel to Determine The Probability of Passing the USP Dissolution Test
January 1, 2006

Using the Bergum Method and the MS Excel software program, the author determines the probability of passing the USP dissolution test.

Establishing Target Fills for Semisolid and Liquid Dosage Forms
April 2, 2005

To meet the requirements of the USP ^755& Minimum Fill and ^698& Deliverable Volume tests, target fill levels greater than 100% must be established.This article proposes a criterion for establishing an appropriate target fill level such that a sample will have a 95% probability of passing these USP tests at 95% confidence.

Establishing Target Fills for Semisolid and Liquid Dosage Forms
April 1, 2005

To meet the requirements of the USP ?755? Minimum Fill and ?698? Deliverable Volume tests, target fill levels greater than 100% must be established. This article proposes a criterion for establishing an appropriate target fill level such that a sample will have a 95% probability of passing these USP tests at 95% confidence.

Use of the Bergum Method and MS Excel to Determine the Probability of Passing the USP Content Uniformity Test
September 2, 2004

A straightforward approach reveals how the probability of passing the USP content uniformity test can be calculated for tablets and capsules.

Excel file and formula for Determining Probability of Passing the USP Content Uniformity Test
September 2, 2004

Excel File

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