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Pharmaceutical dosage forms-- disperse systems / edited by Herbert A. Lieberman, Martin M. Rieger, Gilbert S. Banker.

Contributor(s): Lieberman, Herbert A, 1920- | Rieger, Martin M, 1920- | Banker, Gilbert S, 1931-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : M. Dekker, c1996-c1998Edition: 2nd ed., rev. and expanded.Description: 3 v. : ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 0824793870 (v. l : hardcover : acidfree paper); 0824797132 (v. 2 : hardcover : acidfree paper); 0824798422 (v. 3 : hardcover : acidfree paper).Subject(s): Drugs -- Dosage forms | Dispersing agents | Dosage Forms | Chemistry, Pharmaceutical | Emulsions | SuspensionsDDC classification: 615.19 Online resources: Publisher description | WorldCat details
Contents:
Table of contents Volume 1: -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Theory of suspensions -- 3. Theory of emulsions -- 4. Theory of colloids -- 5. Rheological and mechanical properties of dispersed systems -- 6. Surfactants -- 7. Viscosity-imparting agents in disperse systems -- 8. Bioavailability of disperse dosage forms -- 9. Preservation of dispersed systems -- 10. Experimental design, modeling, and optimization strategies for product and process development -- Volume 2: -- 1. Pharmaceutical suspensions -- 2. Pharmaceutical emulsions and microemulsions -- 3. Antacids and clay products -- 4. Oral aqueous suspensions -- 5. Topical suspensions -- 6. Reconstitutable oral suspensions -- 7. Injectable emulsions and suspensions -- 8. Aerosol suspensions and emulsions -- 9. Ophthalmic ointments and suspensions -- 10. Gels -- 11. Toothpastes -- 12. Suppository development and production -- Volume 3: -- Part A. Specialized disperse systems -- 1. Specialized pharmaceutical emulsions -- 2. Liposomes -- 3. Polymeric dispersions as drug carriers -- 4. Aqueous polymer dispersions as film formers -- 5. Biodegradable nanoparticles of poly(lactic acid) and poly(lacto-co-glycolic acid) for parenteral administration -- 6. Aqueous polymeric dispersions -- 7. Polymeric pharmaceutical excipients -- Part B. Equipment, processing, quality assurance, validation, regulation -- 8. A practical guide to equipment selection and operating techniques -- 9. Scale-up of disperse systems: Theoretical and practical aspects -- 10. Scale-up of dispersed parenteral dosage forms -- 11. Quality assurance -- 12. Validation of disperse systems -- 13. Drug regulatory affairs.
Summary: Summary: Offers information on specialized products such as emulsions, liposomes, polymers and polymeric pharmaceutical excipients. This volume explains the requirements for conducting clinical research and obtaining marketing approval for new drug products.
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Pharmaceutical dosage forms-- disperse systems.
New York : M. Dekker, c1996-c1998
(OCoLC)733976551

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents Volume 1: --
1. Introduction --
2. Theory of suspensions --
3. Theory of emulsions --
4. Theory of colloids --
5. Rheological and mechanical properties of dispersed systems --
6. Surfactants --
7. Viscosity-imparting agents in disperse systems --
8. Bioavailability of disperse dosage forms --
9. Preservation of dispersed systems --
10. Experimental design, modeling, and optimization strategies for product and process development --
Volume 2: --
1. Pharmaceutical suspensions --
2. Pharmaceutical emulsions and microemulsions --
3. Antacids and clay products --
4. Oral aqueous suspensions --
5. Topical suspensions --
6. Reconstitutable oral suspensions --
7. Injectable emulsions and suspensions --
8. Aerosol suspensions and emulsions --
9. Ophthalmic ointments and suspensions --
10. Gels --
11. Toothpastes --
12. Suppository development and production --
Volume 3: --
Part A. Specialized disperse systems --
1. Specialized pharmaceutical emulsions --
2. Liposomes --
3. Polymeric dispersions as drug carriers --
4. Aqueous polymer dispersions as film formers --
5. Biodegradable nanoparticles of poly(lactic acid) and poly(lacto-co-glycolic acid) for parenteral administration --
6. Aqueous polymeric dispersions --
7. Polymeric pharmaceutical excipients --
Part B. Equipment, processing, quality assurance, validation, regulation --
8. A practical guide to equipment selection and operating techniques --
9. Scale-up of disperse systems: Theoretical and practical aspects --
10. Scale-up of dispersed parenteral dosage forms --
11. Quality assurance --
12. Validation of disperse systems --
13. Drug regulatory affairs.

Summary:
Offers information on specialized products such as emulsions, liposomes, polymers and polymeric pharmaceutical excipients. This volume explains the requirements for conducting clinical research and obtaining marketing approval for new drug products.

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