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Pharmaceutical Technology: Courser Outline 710-VIIA

Pharmaceutical technology is a collective term for technologies to develop candidate compounds that have either been discovered or created into commercial pharmaceutical products

Courser Outline

1. Principles of pharmaceutical formulation and dosage form design

  • Need for dosage form
  • Preformulation Studies
  • Product Formulation

2. Advanced granulation technology (Design & Practice) 

  • Spray drying granulation technology
  • Roller compaction technology 
  • Extrusion/spheronization as a granulon technique
  • Single pot processing

Granulation technology

  • Rapid release granulation technique
  • Particle Coating by Centrifugaton granulation technology

3. Polymers used in drug delivery systems

4. Novel drug delivery system (dds)

Sustained/ controlled release drug delivery system

i) Microencapsulation technique

  • Coacervation
  • Solvent evaporatio
  • Interfacial polymerization
  • Spray drying

ii) Developmental aspects of Matrix and Reservoir Systems

1. Principles of pharmaceutical formulation and dosage form design

  • Need for dosage form; Preformulation Studies; Product Formulation.

2. Advanced granulation technology (Design & Practice) 

  • Spray Drying Granulation Technology
  • Roller Compaction Technology 
  • Extrusion/Spheronization as a Granulon
  • Technique
  • Single Pot Processing

Granulation Technology:

  • Rapid Release Granulation Technique; 
  • Particle Coating by Centrifugaton Granulation Technology.

3. Polymers used in drug delivery systems

4. Novel drug delivery system (dds)

Sustained/ Controlled Release Drug Delivery System

i) Microencapsulation technique

  • Coacervation
  • Solvent evaporatio
  • Interfacial polymerization
  • Spray drying

ii) Developmental aspects of Matrix and Reservoir Systems

Textbooks

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