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Articles by Ruey-ching (Richard) Hwang, PhD

Ruey-ching (Richard) Hwang, PhD

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Ruey-ching (Richard) Hwang, PhD, is a senior director of pharmaceutical sciences at Pfizer and a member of Pharmaceutical Technologys editorial advisory board.

Articles
Preformulation in Theory and Practice
June 2, 2008

An ambitious survey of characterization techniques presents current information.

Trends and Innovations in Continuous Coating
January 25, 2008

The technique of continuous coating has undergone great change since it was introduced to the pharmaceutical industry more than a decade ago, and its benefits have multiplied.

Design of Experiments for Formulation Development
December 1, 2005

All pharmaceutical products are formulated to specific dosage forms for drugs to be effectively delivered to patients. Typical pharmaceutical dosage forms include oral tablets, capsules, solutions, suspensions, topical ointments, gels, and solutions, and injections for intravenous (IV), intramuscular (IM), or subcutaneous (SC) administration. In addition, various drug delivery systems have been developed for transdermal, intranasal, and pulmonary deliveries. Different dosage forms require different pharmaceutical technologies and usually present different technical challenges for formulation development.

A Systematic Evaluation of the Compression and Tablet Characteristics of Various Types of Lactose and Dibasic Calcium Phosphate
June 2, 2001

Using formulations containing various types of lactose and dibasic calcium phosphate, the authors investigated the effects of lubricant level, lubrication time, and compression speed on tablet weight, hardness, and friability.

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