Solid/Semi-Solid Dosage

Jul 01, 2002
Pharmaceutical Technology
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
Dynamic powder-sampling methods may be the best techniques for obtaining a representative sample for determining particle-size distribution.
Apr 02, 2002
Pharmaceutical Technology
Powdered self-emulsified dosage forms provide an attractive alternative to filled-capsule preparations, but the selection of a proper excipient is crucial.
Mar 01, 2002
Pharmaceutical Technology
The delivery agent-mediated transport of low moleular weight heparin across Caco-2 cells is accomplished without opening the junctions or adversely affecting the structural integrity of the cell monolayer.
Mar 01, 2002
Pharmaceutical Technology
Semisolid dosage forms are advantageous in terms of their easy application, rapid formulation, and ability to topically deliver a wide variety of drug molecules.
Feb 01, 2002
Pharmaceutical Technology
Low levels of some microorganisms that are present in oral solid dosage forms are unlikely to present a risk to patients. The amount of water activity in these products can help determine when microbiological testing should be conducted.
Jan 01, 2002
Pharmaceutical Technology
To achieve the maximum performance from a tablet press run, operators must learn to distinguish between machine-related issues and granulation-related issues.
Oct 01, 2001
Pharmaceutical Technology
The authors modified a three-layer press to operate a compression-coated tablet process that may offer several advantages over tradditional compression coating operations.
Oct 01, 2001
Pharmaceutical Technology
Tablet manufacturers often overlook critical basic concepts or established practices. The author draws from his own experiences and discusses how solid dosage manufacturers can improve production and product quality by optimizing major unit operations.
Sep 01, 2001
Pharmaceutical Technology
Both academia and industry have been encouraged to generate quick­dissolving dosage forms as the demand for fast­disintegrating tablets and capsules has steadily increased.
Sep 01, 2001
Pharmaceutical Technology
This study attempts to determine the combination of excipients found in commercial ASA products that would be suitable for use in an aqueous enteric film­coating process.
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