Encyclopedia of Pharmaceutical Technology: Volume 18 - Supplement 1 - Absorption Enhancers to WHO and Harmonization of Regulatory Requirements for ... (Pharmaceutical Technology Encyclopedia)

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Title: Encyclopedia of Pharmaceutical Technology: Volume 18 - Supplement 1 - Absorption Enhancers to WHO and Harmonization of Regulatory Requirements for ... (Pharmaceutical Technology Encyclopedia)
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ISBN10: 0824728173
ISBN13: 978-0824728175
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (October 15, 1998)
Language: English
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
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Rating: 4.2/5
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Pages: 500 pages
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The Encyclopedia of Pharmaceutical Technology presents authoritative and contemporary articles on all aspects of drug development, dosage forms, manufacturing, and regulation-enabling the specialist and novice alike to keep abreast of developments in this rapidly evolving and highly competitive field. A dependable reference tool and a solid investment for years to come--maintaining currency through its supplements [Volume 18/Supplement 1: Published November, 1998] The Encyclopedia contains interdisciplinary contributions in a wide array of subjects, includingDrugsdecomposition metabolism pharmaceutical incompatibilities pharmacokinetics physicochemical properties preformulation stabilityDrug Delivery Systems and Devices-Development and Manufactureanalysis and controls bioavailability use of computerization formulation and processing alternatives national and international registration packaging patents process validation scale-up safety and efficacy stability standardsPost-Production and Practical Considerationsgovernmental/industrial/professional organizations legal aspects national and international agencies patent life of drugs patient complianceā€¦and much, much more!