Aqueous Polymeric Coatings for Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms Pdf

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Aqueous Polymeric Coatings for Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms Pdf Aqueous-based film coating is now regular in the pharmaceutical sector. This procedure removes the use of organic solvents and so prevents economic, ecological, and toxicological problems associated with residual solvents and chemical recovery. Aqueous-based coating, however, is complicated and lots of factors can impact the final product and its own functionality. This fourth version of Aqueous Polymeric Coatings for Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms intends to give insight to the parameters and factors which needs to be considered and controlled for its effective development and commercialization of a coated item.

The leading writers explain in detail, with all illustrated examples, proper actions to fix and avoid formula, processing, and equilibrium issues and also to achieve an optimized dose form. Trade names and chemical names of commercially advertised coatings are utilized throughout the text to help familiarize the reader with all the many materials offered for pharmaceutical uses. This publication will be an important source for anybody from the pharmaceutical industry operating in the region of aqueous-based movie coat.

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