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Title: Analysing cost effective natural binder in formulating assorted oral dosage forms using data mining technique
Researcher: Sasikumar, S
Guide(s): Dharmendirakumar, M
Keywords: Canal technique
Cashew gum
Fast disintegrating tablet
Information and communication engineering
Oral dosage
Pharmaceutical formulations
Pharmaceutical industry
Upload Date: 1-Sep-2014
University: Anna University
Completed Date: 01/12/2012
Abstract: An oral drug delivery system is most commonly used in drug administration for system effects which offers vigour less engineering cost and ease of product handling The formulation of solid dosage forms and tablets in particular has undergone rapid changes and development over the last several decades Solid oral dosage form ensures the delivery to the site of absorption and release control of the active drug substance in safe effective and reliable way The performance of drug compounds suffering from ineffectively absorbed limitations can be improved by FDT In FDT formulation the drug dissolution from the dosage and the drug discharge in the oral cavity can be absorbed through the oral mucosa FDT delivers drug directly into the systematic circulation by ensuring the drug rapidly released and liquefied in the oral cavity Increased competition newlineamong manufacturers has necessitated that products and processes be cost efficient Thus cost of a raw material or a processing step must be considered before a final tablet formulation or manufacturing process is selected newline
Pagination: xxv, 252p.
Appears in Departments:Faculty of Information and Communication Engineering

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