This definitive reference explores the various aspects of multiparticulate dosage form development-assessing the in vivo behavior and performance of multiparticulates as well as comparing their market position to other dosage forms.
Discussing-for the first time in a comprehensive manner-alternative pelletization techniques such as balling (spherical agglomeration), spray congealing, and cryopelletization, Multiparticulate Oral Drug Delivery
The book is written by recognized specialists…should prove useful to both scientists and technologists involved in the development of multiparticulate dosage forms.
"…valuable as a comprehensive review.
"-Journal of Drug Targeting
Manufacture of Core Pellets by Balling
Preparation of Micropellets by Spray Congealing
Coating of Multiparticulates Using Polymeric Solutions: Formulation and Process Considerations
Coating of Multiparticulates Using Polymeric Dispersions: Formulation and Process Considerations
Coating of Multiparticulates Using Molten Materials: Formulation and Process Considerations,
Suspensions and Dispersible Dosage Forms of Multiparticulates, Roland Bodmeier and Ornlaksana Paeratakul
Multiparticulate Encapsulation Equipment and Process
Compaction of Multiparticulate Oral Dosage Forms
Key Factors in the Development of Modified-Release Pellets
Mechanisms of Release from Coated Pellets
Biopharmaceutical Aspects of Multiparticulates
In Vivo Behavior of Multiparticulate Versus Single-Unit Dose Formulations
Capsule Shell Composition and Manufacturing
Packaging of Multiparticulate Dosage Forms: Materials and Equipment