3 edition of Multiparticulate oral drug delivery found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Isaac Ghebre-Sellassie.|
|Series||Drugs and the pharmaceutical sciences ;, 65, Drugs and the pharmaceutical sciences ;, v. 65.|
|Contributions||Ghebre-Sellassie, Isaac, 1947-|
|LC Classifications||RS201.N35 M856 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 480 p. :|
|Number of Pages||480|
|LC Control Number||94004796|
drug contained in them. Consequently, multiparticulate drug delivery systems provide tremendous opportunities for designing new controlled and delayed release oral formulations, thus extending the frontier of future pharmaceutical development. Keywords: Dose dumping, Microparticles, Multiparticulate delivery system, Delayed release. Oral drug-delivery systems are the most acceptable form of controlled-release system to patients. Scientists have shown growing interest in modified-release oral dosage forms in recent years. Current technologies, such as oral multiparticulate drug-delivery systems (MDDS), have gained immensely in importance, not only because of their ability.
Multiparticulate Oral Drug Delivery Systems for Fixed Dose Combinations – • B Chairs: Ruiwen Shi, Allergan Inc., U.S.A.; and Clive Wilson, University of . Introduction. Solid oral controlled-release dosage forms are the most preferred and reliable dosage forms because of their inherent advantages, such as the reduction of side effects, unassisted administration, improvement of patient compliance, treatment cost reduction, and their flexible drug delivery .
The four main multiparticulate technology approaches used for drug delivery in pediatric patients — lipid multiparticulates (LMPs), spray-layered dispersions, pellets, and mini tablets — are differentiated by their manufacturing processes, achievable particle sizes, and typical drug loadings. The floating multiparticulate oral sustained release drug delivery system have advantages like efficient absorption and enhanced bioavailability of the drugs due to a high surface to volume ratio, a much more intimate contact with the mucus layer and specific targeting of drugs to the.
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Book Description. This definitive reference explores the various aspects of multiparticulate dosage form development-assessing the in vivo behavior and performance of multiparticulates as well as comparing their market position to other dosage forms.
Multiparticulate Oral Drug Delivery ; describes formulation and processing variables that. Authored by leading experts from academia, users and manufacturers, this book provides an authoritative account of the science and technology involved in multiparticulate drug delivery systems which offer superior clinical and technical advantages over many other specialized approaches in drug delivery.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover. Get this from a library. Multiparticulate oral drug delivery. [Isaac Ghebre-Sellassie;] -- This definitive reference explores the various aspects of multiparticulate dosage form development-assessing the in vivo behavior and performance of multiparticulates as well as comparing their.
Rabab Kamel, Multiparticulate Carriers for Controlled Oral Drug Delivery, Pharmaceutical Science and 1, No. 1,pp. Oral route remains the gold standard for drug delivery despite the new trends in the development of complex biotech therapeutic agents under specialty or biologic categories.
Multiparticulate Drug Delivery: Formulation Processing and Manufacturing Content Authored by leading experts from academia, users and manufacturers, this book provides an authoritative account of the science and technology involved in multiparticulate drug delivery systems which offer superior clinical and technical advantages over many other specialized approaches in drug delivery.
Elan drug technologies, U.S. intoduced multiparticulate drug delivery systems technologies as SODAS®, IPDAS®, and PRODAS®. Spheroidal oral drug absorption system (SODAS®): Various drug release profiles like delayed release, pulsatile release, immediate release followed by sustained release profiles can be achieved depending on the.
Multiparticulate Oral Drug Delivery book. Multiparticulate Oral Drug Delivery. DOI link for Multiparticulate Oral Drug Delivery. Multiparticulate Oral Drug Delivery book. Edited By Isaac Ghebre-Selassie. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 19 May Pub. location Boca Raton.
Multiparticulate Oral Drug Delivery (Drugs and the Pharmaceutical Sciences): Medicine & Health Science Books @ Multiparticulate sales were in the order of $34 billion and around 91 billion counting units and a growth of around 6% in There are many drug products in the market place that use multiparticulate drug delivery technology and an increasing number of pipeline products which are under development.
Multiparticulate Drug Delivery by Ali R. Rajabi-Siahboomi,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Multiparticulate sales were in the order of $34 billion and around 91 billion counting units and a growth of around 6% in There are many drug products in the market place that use multiparticulate drug delivery technology and an increasing number of pipeline products which are under development.
Link to Book. Multiparticulate Oral Drug Delivery 作者: Ghebre-Sellassie, Isaac 编 出版年: 页数: 定价: $ ISBN: 豆瓣评分. Overview of Multiparticulate Systems for Oral Drug Delivery Ali R. Rajabi-Siahboomi Oral route remains the gold standard for drug delivery despite the new trends in the development of complex biotech therapeutic agents under specialty or biologic categories.
This is mainly due to the patient preference for solid dosage forms. Multiparticulate oral drug delivery. [Isaac Ghebre-Sellassie;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.
Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Isaac Ghebre-Sellassie. Find more information about: ISBN: Multiparticulate Drug Delivery Systems Multi-particulate drug delivery systems are mainly oral dosage forms consisting of a multiplicity of small discrete units, each exhibiting some desired characteristics.
In these systems, the dosage of the drug substances is divided on a plurality of subunit, typically consisting of thousands of spherical. Overview of multiparticulates -- Characterization of inert pellets for drug layering -- The science and practice of extrusion-spheronization -- Fluid bed technology, process robustness and scale-up -- Solution and suspension drug layering on inert pellets -- Dry powder layering on pellets Mini-tabs; versatile multiparticulate options for oral drug delivery -- Science and practice of.
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/5(2). Keywords: Chitosan microspheres, colon targeted drug delivery, multiparticulate systems, ondansetron. Oral colon-targeted drug-delivery systems have recently gained importance for delivering a variety of therapeutic agents for both local and systemic administration.
Targeted delivery of drugs to colon has the potential for local treatment of a. Multiparticulate Drug Delivery System. Oral dosage form can be broadly classified into two categories: Single-unit and Multiple-unit dosage forms.
The single-unit dosage forms include matrix tablet or coated/uncoated tablet or capsules. The multiple-unit dosage forms consist of pellets or. Dashevsky et al. developed a rupturable pulsatile multiparticulate drug delivery system consists of a drug core; a swelling layer, comprising a superdisintegrant and a binder; and an insoluble, water-permeable polymeric coating Aquacoat ® ECD.
Lag time was shorter for theophylline layered on sugar cores, compared to cores of % theophylline. Oral drug delivery is still the most important and most frequently used application route.
Therefore, suitable oral dosage forms with the option for individualized dosing are urgently needed. This review is focusing on solid and liquid drug dosage forms enabling individual dosing for oral .