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Old Password. In addition, medicated candy products are a form of drug delivery that has appeared in the marketplace; no complete chapter on this technology has been printed in any pharmacy text other than both editions of this series on tablets. To manufacture tablets a number of unit processes are required, such as mixing, drying, size reduction, and compression. The economics of tablet production today require an update of the technologies for each of these pharmaceutical operations.
The granulations and tablets produced iii have particular characteristics that must be analyzed and understood in order to produce superior tablets, particularly when new and sometimes faster methods of manufacture are introduced.
No drug dosage form would be meaningful to the patient without the drug being bioavailable. The chapter on bioavailability in tablet technology is updated in the sec- ond edition of Volume 2.
Finally, many advances in the specifications and care of tablet tooling and problem solving caused by faulty compression tools are expertly covered in the second volume. Volume 3 in the series on tablets updates the special characteristics that should be considered for optimizing tablet production.
Particular emphasis is given to design methods that should be considered when formu- Iattng a tablet product. Discussions of specialized granule and tablet-coat- ing equipment are presented. Aqueous film coating is now firmly established in pharmaceutical coating processes, and thus, a shift in emphasis on coating procedures has been made in the re- vised chapter on coating. New coating pans and automation of aqueous film- and sugar-coating methods are covered. Fluid-bed processes and particle-coating methods, including theoretical considerations, are updated to reflect current practices.
No text on tablet technology eould be considered complete without a full theoretical and practical updated description of current methods for formulating, manufacturing, and controlling the release of drug from sus- tained-release tablet and particle dosage forms.
A chapter on sustained drug release through coating provides an updated and authoritative discus- sion of this popular form of drug delivery. Rundle, and D. Williams, J. Demarco and A. Thakkar, Chem.
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