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25 Common Practical Questions and Suggested Answer for Tablet Coating

During the development of coating formulae and processes, common problems tend to recur. This section brings together a collection of 25 typical queries and provides…
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Formulation, Manufacture and Evaluation of Effervescent Tablets

Effervescent tablets are uncoated tablet preparations containing mixtures of medicinal agents with acid substances and carbonates or hydrogen carbonates, which react rapidly in the presence…
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Medicated chewing gum

Formulation, Manufacture and Evaluation of Medicated Chewing Gum

Medicated chewing gums (MCGs) are solid or semi-solid, single-dose preparations with a base consisting mainly of tasteless masticatory gums that are intended to be chewed…
Medicated chewing gum
Quality Control Tests for Chewable Tablets

Quality Control and Evaluation Parameters for Chewable Tablets

Quality control (QC) is a part of quality management focused on fulfilling quality requirements. It refers to the set of checks or tests carried out…
Quality Control Tests for Chewable Tablets
Chewable tablet

Formulation, Manufacture and Evaluation of Chewable tablets

Chewable tablets are tablets intended to be chewed in the mouth prior to swallowing. They represent the largest market segment of the chewable dosage forms,…
Chewable tablet
Enteric coating

Enteric Coating: An Overview

An enteric coating, also known as gastro-resistant coating is a barrier applied to oral medication that controls the location in the digestive tract where it…
Enteric coating
Defects in film coating process

Common Defects in Film Coating Process: Causes and Possible Solutions

Polymeric film coating, in the formal sense, is a process that has been extensively used in pharmaceutical companies for over half a century. In spite…
Defects in film coating process
Film coating: Polymers used in immediate release film coating

Film Coating Process: Polymers Used in Immediate-Release Film Coating

Coating is a process by which an essentially dry outer layer of coating material is applied to the surface of a dosage form in order…
Film coating: Polymers used in immediate release film coating
Film coating of pharmaceutical dosage forms

Tablet Coating Process: Film Coating

Film coating is a contemporary and widely used process for coating oral solid dosage forms in the pharmaceutical industry. It is a process that draws…
Film coating of pharmaceutical dosage forms
Tablet Coating techniques: Concepts and recent trends

Tablet Coating Process: Concepts and Advancements

Tablet coating is a process by which an essentially dry, outer layer of coating material is applied to the surface of a dosage form in…
Tablet Coating techniques: Concepts and recent trends
Quality Control tests for pharmaceutical tablets

Quality Control Tests for Tablets

Tablets are solid drug delivery system prepared by compressing a single dose of one or more active drug substance(s) with some additives/ pharmaceutical excipients. They…
Quality Control tests for pharmaceutical tablets

In-Process Quality Control (IPQC) of Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms

In-process quality control tests are simply routine checks that are performed during production. They are those tests carried out before manufacturing process is completed to…
Direct Compression Technoogy: Manufacture of Tablets by Direct Compression Method

Manufacture of Tablets by Direct Compression Method

The processing of drug with excipients can be achieved without any need of granulation and related unit operations. By simply mixing in a blender, formulation…
Direct Compression Technoogy: Manufacture of Tablets by Direct Compression Method
Dry Granulation: Manufacture of Tablets by Dry granulation method

Manufacture of Tablets by Dry granulation method

Dry granulation also referred to as precompression or double compression is a size enlargement process designed to improve the flow and compression characteristics of powders…
Dry Granulation: Manufacture of Tablets by Dry granulation method
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Wet Granulation

Wet granulation is the process of size enlargement in which a liquid is added to a powder with agitation to produce agglomeration or granules. It…
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Tablet Manufacture by Wet Granulation Method

Granulation is a unit operation in which small powder particles are gathered together to form agglomerates called granules. To achieve cohesion between the powders, it…
Manufacture of pharmaceutical tablets

Manufacture of Pharmaceutical Tablets

The design and manufacture of pharmaceutical tablets is a complex multi-stage process whereby formulation scientists ensure that the correct amount of drug substance in the…
Manufacture of pharmaceutical tablets
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Excipients Used In the Manufacture of Tablets

Drug products usually contain inactive, non-medicinal substances other than the therapeutic agent(s). These substances are called excipients, and they are intentionally included in a drug…
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Solid Dosage Forms: Tablets

Tablets are solid dose pharmaceutical preparation containing drug substances usually prepared with the aid of suitable pharmaceutical excipients. They may vary in size, shape, weight,…
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