FASTtrack - Pharmaceutics - Dosage Form and Design

ISBN-10: 0853697647
ISBN-13: 9780853697640
Edition: 2008
Authors: David Jones
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Description: This title follows on from the 'FASTtrack' volume 'Physical Pharmacy', by David Attwood and Alexander T. Florence. It includes information on the formulation of drugs, what components are used and the dosage form.

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List price: $36.99
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Pharmaceutical Press
Publication date: 9/1/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

This title follows on from the 'FASTtrack' volume 'Physical Pharmacy', by David Attwood and Alexander T. Florence. It includes information on the formulation of drugs, what components are used and the dosage form.

Introduction to the FASTtrack series
Preface
About the author
Pharmaceutical solutions for oral administration
General description
Advantages and disadvantages of pharmaceutical solutions for oral administration
Drug solubility
Excipients used in pharmaceutical solutions for oral administration
Types of pharmaceutical solutions
Multiple choice questions
Pharmaceutical disperse systems 1: suspensions - general principles and the formulation of suspensions for oral administration
General description
Advantages and disadvantages of pharmaceutical suspensions
The physical stability of pharmaceutical suspensions
Formulation considerations for orally administered suspension formulations
Excipients used in the formulation of suspensions for oral administration
Multiple choice questions
Pharmaceutical disperse systems 2: emulsions and creams
General description
Advantages and disadvantages of pharmaceutical emulsions
Emulsion instability and theories of emulsification
Formulation of pharmaceutical emulsions
Excipients used in pharmaceutical emulsions
Manufacture of emulsions
Multiple choice questions
Pharmaceutical disperse systems 3: ointments, pastes, lotions, gels and related formulations
Introduction
Advantages and disadvantages of pharmaceutical ointments, pastes, lotions, liniments, collodions and gels
Pharmaceutical ointments and pastes
Pharmaceutical lotions, liniments, collodions and paints
Pharmaceutical gels
Multiple choice questions
Parenteral formulations
General description
Routes of parenteral administration
Advantages and disadvantages of parenteral formulations
Formulation considerations for parenteral formulations
Surface-active agents
Multiple choice questions
Ocular, nasal and otic dosage forms
Introduction
Advantages and disadvantages of ocular dosage forms
Administration of therapeutic agents to the eye
Nasal formulations
Otic formulations
Multiple choice questions
Vaginal and rectal dosage forms
Introduction
Rectal dosage forms
Vaginal dosage forms
Multiple choice questions
Respiratory dosage forms
Introduction
Advantages and disadvantages of respiratory drug delivery
Physiology of the respiratory tract
Factors affecting the deposition of particles/droplets within the respiratory tract
Mechanisms of particle deposition within the respiratory tract
Formulation of respiratory dosage forms
Multiple choice questions
Solid-dosage forms 1: tablets
Introduction
Advantages and disadvantages of tablets as dosage forms
Manufacture of tablets
Tablet defects
Postprocessing effects on tablet properties
Coating of tablets
Multiple choice questions
Solid-dosage forms 2: capsules
Introduction
Advantages and disadvantages of capsule formulations
Materials and manufacture of capsules
Formulation considerations for hard gelatin capsules
Soft gelatin capsules
Multiple choice questions
Multiple choice answers
Index

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