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Controlled-release technology

Bioengineering aspects

by K. G. Das

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Published by Wiley .
Written in English


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Number of Pages225
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Open LibraryOL7611886M
ISBN 100471086800
ISBN 109780471086802

Handbook of Pharmaceutical Controlled Release Technology. DOI link for Handbook of Pharmaceutical Controlled Release Technology. Handbook of Pharmaceutical Controlled Release Technology book. By Donald L. Wise. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 24 August Pub. location Boca Raton. Imprint CRC Press. DOI Author: Donald L. Wise. A number of oral controlled release systems have been developed to improve the delivery of drugs to the systemic circulation. Although such systems can control precisely and predictably the drug release rate for extended periods of time, even over a number of days, they do not al­ ways perform satisfactorily if they pass through the drug absorption site, e.g., the small intes­ tine, Cited by: 7.

  Online The Handbook of Pharmaceutical Controlled Release Technology reviews the design, fabrication, methodology, administration, and classifications of various drug delivery systems, including matrices, and membrane controlled reservoir, bioerodible, and pendant chain ns cutting-edge research on the controlled delivery of. Product Information. The Handbook of Pharmaceutical Controlled Release Technology reviews the design, fabrication, methodology, administration, and classifications of various drug delivery systems, including matrices, and membrane controlled reservoir, bioerodible, and .

  [Read] The Handbook of Pharmaceutical Controlled Release Technology reviews the design, fabrication, methodology, administration, and classifications of various drug delivery systems, including matrices, and membrane controlled reservoir, bioerodible, and pendant chain ns cutting-edge research on the controlled delivery of. 3. Heller J, Pangburn SH, and Penhale DWH, "Use of Bioerodible Polymers in Self-Regulated Drug Delivery Systems," in Controlled-Release Technology, Pharmaceutical Applications, Lee PI, and Good WR (eds), Washington DC, ACS Symposium Series, pp , 4.


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Provides the first book on inorganic controlled release technology (iCRT), covering key aspects from chemistry, physics, synthetic methods, formulation design, characterization and evaluation Includes several industry-related case studies to provide practical guidance on how to use iCRT as an alternative to organic polymers systems for both.

This book is a companion volume to Pharmaceutical Technology: Controlled Drug Release, Volume 1, edited by tein and published in It focused on the different types of polymeric materials used in controlled release.

This book extends these concepts to include drug. Firstly, it introduces the reader to novel encapsulation and controlled release technologies which have not yet been addressed by any existing book on this matter, and secondly, it offers an in-depth discussion on the impact of encapsulation and controlled release technologies on the bioavailability of health ingredients and other actives.

With a view to finding an advanced technology of control of bioavailability, drug delivery systems have been investigated by controlled release, which are for (1) intrauterine, (2) buccal/gingival.

Encapsulation and controlled release combines basic information on the subject with details of the latest research, making it suitable for both newcomers to the field and those with experience of encapsulation technology.

: Handbook of Pharmaceutical Controlled Release Technology: The Handbook of Pharmaceutical Controlled Release Technology reviews the design, fabrication, methodology, administration, and classifications of various drug delivery systems, including matrices, and membrane controlled reservoir, bioerodible, and pendant chain Edition: First Edition.

Handbook of Pharmaceutical Controlled Release Technology by Wise, Donald L. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   In Encapsulation and Controlled Release Technologies in Food Systems, editor Lakkis has gathered a highly respected collection of expert contributors from industry and academia to highlight recent innovations in encapsulation and controlled release technologies in food most recent publications which dealt exclusively with theoretical aspects.

The unique themes of controlled release science and technology that run through the book ensure that experienced and newcomers will greatly benefit from this book. As the importance for control over therapeutic performance is better recognized and demanded, this text will be essential for those delivering bioactives to the lung.

Inorganic Controlled Release Technology: Materials and Concepts for Advanced Drug Formulation provides a practical guide to the use and applications of inorganic controlled release technology (iCRT) for drug delivery and other healthcare applications, focusing on newly developed inorganic materials such as bioresorbable glasses and bioceramics.

The Handbook of Pharmaceutical Controlled Release Technology reviews the design, fabrication, methodology, administration, and classifications of various drug delivery systems, including matrices, and membrane controlled reservoir, bioerodible, and pendant chain ns cutting-edge research on the controlled delivery of biomolecules!Discussing /5(2).

Controlled-release devices are designed to deliver a precise dosage of a drug to a site over an extended period of time. The rationale for developing such systems may be. Inorganic Controlled Release Technology: Materials and Concepts for Advanced Drug Formulation provides a practical guide to the use and applications of inorganic controlled release technology (iCRT) for drug delivery and other healthcare applications, focusing on newly developed inorganic materials such as bioresorbable glasses and bioceramics.

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How the technology works iCRT allows the drug to be introduced into an inorganic amorphous matrix and subsequently encapsulated by two key approaches: Release via diffusion from an inert insoluble matrix.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Controlled-release technology. New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Abstract. Controlled release systems have been developed to improve the temporal and spatial presentation of drug in the body, to protect drug from physiological degradation or elimination, to improve patient compliance, and to enhance quality control in manufacturing of drug by: Controlled-Release Technology Choices WHAT IS CONTROLLED-RELEASE.

Polymer Coated Fertilizers (PCF) are new, advanced, controllable, release fertilizers specifically designed to meet the precise feeding requirements of turfgrasses. These technologies feature. Controlled Release in Oral Drug Delivery provides focus on specific topics, complementing other books in the initial CRS series.

Each chapter sets the context for the inventions described and describe the latitude that the inventions allow. In order. “controlled release (CR)”, “prolonged release”, “sustained or slow release (SR)” and “long-acting (LA)” have been used synonymously with “extended release”.

Nearly all of the currently marketed monolithic oral ER dosage forms fall into one of the following two technologies: 1. By helping the reader UNDERSTAND controlled release technology more quantitatively and mechanistically, thereby creating a "visual" overall picture of the technology.

Controlled Release Dosage Form Design is an invaluable tool for all students and professionals in pharmaceutics, chemistry, chemical engineering, biology/biotechnology and medicine.Bioadhesive Controlled Release Systems Nicholas A.

Peppas, Monica D. Little, and Yanbin Huang Part III: Micro- and Nanoparticulate Release Systems Microencapsulation Technology: Interfacial Polymerization Method A. Atilla Hincal and H. Siiheyla Kas Nanoparticulate Controlled Release Systems for Cancer Therapy The book contains chapters that describe the relevant animal physiological and anatomical considerations alongside descriptions of current and emerging controlled release delivery systems for a variety of routes for drug delivery, and present overviews on the physical and chemical assessment of veterinary controlled release delivery systems.