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Pharmaceutical Technology: Concepts and applications

Pharmaceutical Technology:   Concepts and applications

  • S. Bharath
  • Author: S. Bharath
    • ISBN:9788131795460
    • 10 Digit ISBN:8131795462
    • Price:Rs. 329.00
    • Pages:344
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


    Pharmaceutical Technology - Concepts and Applications articulates on the various pharmaco-technological concepts associated with industrial pharmacy.  The book is as much focused on providing comprehensive information on formulation development and affiliated areas, as it is to emphasize on their industrial applications. With a plethora of examples that dwell upon pertinent topics, the book equips students of pharmacy to rise to the requirements of the industry.

    Table of Content

    2:Polymer Science
    3:Packaging Technology
    4:Production Management
    5:Pilot Plant Scale-up Techniques
    6:Novel Drug Delivery Systems
    7:Stability Testing of Active Substances and Pharmaceutical Products
    8:Intellectual Property Rights in Pharmaceuticals
    9:Regulatory Affairs
    11:Nutraceuticals and Cosmeceuticals

    Salient Features

    • Unravels pilot plant scale-up techniques to bridge the gap that exists among the laboratory, the pilot plant and the manufacturing unit. 
    • Elaborates on novel drug delivery systems with emphasis on rate-controlled administration of therapeutic agents.
    • Includes a chapter on stability studies that spells out the diverse aspects and test methods conforming to ICH guidelines.
    • Probes intellectual property rights and regulatory affairs with accent on international regulations, new drug approval processes, quality system compliance and related documentation requirements.
    • Devotes an exclusive chapter to nutraceuticals and cosmeceuticals to highlight the importance of alternative medicine and its fast-growing value in the treatment of today's ailments.