Injectable Dispersed Systems Formulation, Processing and Performance edited by Diane L. Burgess

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Injectable Dispersed Systems
Formulation, Processing and Performance


edited by Diane L. Burgess

2005 • 688 pages

Features of Injectable Dispersed Systems:

 

  • covers the fundamental physicochemical and biopharmaceutical principles governing dispersed systems
  • offers an abundance of practical case studies
  • illustrates the application of dispersed systems technology to current challenges in drug formulation and processing
  • examines national and international regulatory requirements that guide product quality assurance and control programs
  • aids in the selection of the most appropriate delivery system according to performance characteristics and route of administration
  • presents real-world examples in product packaging and testing

Injectable Dispersed Systems is the most current source on the design and manufacturing of parenteral dispersed systems-showcasing the utility of dispersed systems in drug delivery, drug targeting, and pharmaceutical engineering.

Contents

  • Basic Principles
  • Physicochemical Principles
  • Biopharmaceutical Principles
  • Characterization and Analysis
  • In Vitro/In Vivo Release
  • Dosage Forms
  • Emulsions
  • Suspensions
  • Liposomes
  • Microspheres
  • Sterile Production and Control
  • Parenteral Technology
  • Stability and Packaging
  • Quality Assurance and Regulatory Considerations

Index

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