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Spillage Prevention and Airflow-Pattern Monitoring for High-Shear Process Operations
By Piyush Viradia
The author proposes techniques, based on Six Sigma methods, for monitoring such processes to discover their airflow patterns and reduce opportunities for spillage.This article is part of PharmTech's supplement "Solid Dosage and Excipients 2010."
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The Benefits of Instant-Release Color-Coating Systems
By Phil Butler
The author discusses a new fillm-coating system to create customized colors and the research an development tools used in conjunction with this system. This article is part of a special supplement on Excipients and Solid Dosage.
Controlling the Release of Highly Dosed and Highly Soluble Drugs
By Shripad Gadhinglajkar , Gopeshkumar Singh , Smitha Shetty , Brigitte Skalsky
The authors formulated bupropion hydrochloride tablets with various grades of methacrylic copolymers and analyzed the properties of the resulting dosage forms. This article is part of PharmTech's supplement "Solid Dosage and Excipients 2010."
Review of ISPE's Baseline Guide for Oral Solid Dosage Forms
By Richard Denk
The author outlines the key concepts of ISPE's recently revised Baseline Pharmaceutical Guide for New and Renovated Facilities. This article is part of a special supplement on Excipients and Solid Dosage.
IPEA Excipient GMP Certification Program
By Irwin Silverstein, PhD
The author describes the new IPEA excipient good-manufacturing-practice certification program that is now ANSI accredited. This article is part of a special issue on excipients and solid dosage.
IPEC Federation to Unify Excipient Usage and Standards
By Angie Drakulich
A Q&A with the First Federation Chair, Patricia Rafidison.
FDA Guidance Addresses Anticounterfeiting Measures
By Angie Drakulich
New Draft Guidance for Solid Oral Dosage Forms Focuses on Physical Chemical Identifiers. This article is part of PharmTech's supplement "Solid Dosage and Excipients 2010."
Applying QbD to Excipient Formulation and Development
By Angie Drakulich , Patricia Van Arnum
A Technical Forum featuring representatives from Dow Chemical, ISP, and DMV-Fonterra Excipients. This article is part of PharmTech's supplement "Solid Dosage and Excipients 2010."
Flexible Approaches to Accommodate Excipient Variability Using the Principles of QbD
By Brian Carlin , R. Christian Moreton
The authors review new regulatory expectations and describe potential approaches to accommodate excipient variability. This article is part of PharmTech's supplement "Solid Dosage and Excipients 2010."

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