Pharmaceutical Technology-10-02-2004

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Pharmaceutical Technology

October 02, 2004

Freeze pelletization is a new and simple technique for producing spherical pellets for pharmaceutical use.

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Pharmaceutical Technology

October 02, 2004

The authors review current industry practices and regulatory expectations for the aseptic processing of sterile drugs. They compare and outline critical issues in current manufacturing technology and capabilities with regulatory requirements.

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Pharmaceutical Technology

October 02, 2004

Stakeholders consider ways to improve printed patient inserts.

Using dimensionless analytical models, the authors establish the relationships among the essential parameters of a kneading complexation process.

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Pharmaceutical Technology

October 02, 2004

FDA and industry discuss proposals for regulating combination diagnostics, medical devices, and pharmacogenomic-based drug products.

By enhancing stability and in vitro drug-release characteristics, limonene enantiomers are a natural-source alternative for developing and characterizing self-nanoemulsified drug delivery systems.

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Pharmaceutical Technology

October 02, 2004

Pharmaceutical Science & Technology Innovations

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October 02, 2004

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Evaluations have shown, in most cases, visual observations are sensitive enough to verify equipment cleanliness. An experiment was conducted to explore the possibility of using a visible-residue limit as an acceptable cleaning limit in a pharmaceutical research facility, including an evaluation of the limits and subjectivity of ?visually clean? equipment.

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Pharmaceutical Technology

October 02, 2004

Beyond the inevitable debate over profit margins, the increasing range and effectiveness of modern medicine leave us with one core issue: the high price of success.

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Pharmaceutical Technology

October 02, 2004

Big Pharma is ramping up capital spending in parenteral manufacturing at the same time that contract manufacturers are completing their own major investment programs.

The authors dispel common misinterpretations of the United States Pharmacopeia.

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Pharmaceutical Technology

October 02, 2004

Transdermal drug technology specialists are meeting demands for methods that can painlessly deliver larger molecules in therapeutic quantities.