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Modern Pharmaceutics, Volume 2
Applications and Advances, Fifth Edition

ISBN 9781420065664
Published May 28, 2009 by CRC Press
560 Pages 120 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Volume 2 addresses the applications and approaches in advanced drug delivery systems, including transdermal, pulmonary, and ocular routes. In addition, this text discusses the impact of the shift to personalized medicines in the fields of pharmaceutical biotechnology, pharmacogenomics, and nanotechnology.

Volume 2 investigates:

• sustained- and controlled-release drug delivery systems
• bioequivalence
• cutaneous and transdermal delivery processes and systems
• design and evaluation of ophthalmic pharmaceutical products
• delivery of drugs by the pulmonary route
• pediatric pharmaceutics and formulation
• biotechnology-based pharmaceuticals
• veterinary pharmaceutical dosage forms
• target-oriented drug-delivery systems and modern evaluation
• techniques for medicinal products
• aspects of pharmaceutical physics and nanotechnology

Table of Contents

Volume 2:

1. Time-Controlled Drug Delivery Systems
Juergen Siepmann and Florence Siepmann

2. Bioequivalence
Panos Macheras, Christos Reppas, and Mira Symillides

3. Cutaneous and Transdermal Delivery—Processes and Systems of Delivery
Guang Wei Lu and Gordon L. Flynn

4. Design and Evaluation of Ophthalmic Pharmaceutical Products
Paul J. Missel, John C. Lang, Denise P. Rodeheaver, Rajni Jani, Masood A. Chowhan, James Chastain, and Terry Dagnon

5. Delivery of Drugs by the Pulmonary Route
Anthony J. Hickey and Heidi M. Mansour

6. Pediatric and Geriatric Pharmaceutics and Formulation
Jörg Breitkreutz and Catherine Tuleu

7. Biotechnology-Based Pharmaceuticals
Lene Jorgensen, Hanne Moerck Nielsen, and Sven Frokjaer

8. Veterinary Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms
Michael J. Rathbone and Todd P. Foster

9. Target-Oriented Drug Delivery Systems
Vijay Kumar

10. New Imaging Methods for Dosage Form Characterization
Colin D. Melia, Barry Crean, Samuel R. Pygall, and Hywel D. Williams

11. Aspects of Pharmaceutical Physics
Göran Frenning and Göran Alderborn

12. Pharmaceutical Aspects of Nanotechnology
Alexander T. Florence

13. Dosage Forms for Personalized Medicine: From the Simple to the Complex
Alexander T. Florence and Juergen Siepmann


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