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Articles by Rakesh P. Patel

Rakesh P. Patel


Rakesh P. Patel is an associate professor in the Department of Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology, S. K. Patel College of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Ganpat University, Gujarat, India.

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Development of an Osmotically Controlled Drug-Delivery System of Glipizide
November 2, 2010

The authors describe the development of an inclusion complex of GLZ and formulated an extended-release dosage form based on osmotic technology.

The Formulation and Evaluation of Topical Berberine-Hydrochloride Products
January 2, 2010

The authors sought to prepare a topical formulation of berberine hydrochloride for the effective and controlled management of inflammation and skin infections.

Formulation and Process Optimization of Cinnarizine Fast-Release Tablets
August 2, 2009

The authors prepared granules containing cinnarizine using polyethylene glycol 6000 as a melting binder and lactose monohydrate as hydrophilic filler. The effects of binder concentration and size were studied.

Self-Emulsifying Drug Delivery Systems
July 2, 2008

This review article explains how self-emulsifying drug delivery systems can increase the solubility and bioavailability of poorly soluble drug.

Solid-State Characterization and Dissolution Properties of Lovastatin Hydroxypropyl-β-Cyclodextrin Inclusion Complex
February 2, 2007

The objectives of this study were to prepare and characterize inclusion complexes of lovastatin with hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin (HPβ-CD) and to study the effect of the complexes on the dissolution rate of lovastatin (LVS). The findings suggest that LVS's poor dissolution profile can be overcome by preparing its inclusion complex with HPβ-CD.

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