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Controlled Release of Drugs

Polymers and Aggregate Systems

by M. Rosoff

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Published by Wiley-VCH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pharmacology,
  • Drug Delivery Systems,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Medical / Pharmacology,
  • Controlled release,
  • Controlled release technology,
  • Drugs

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages316
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9665480M
    ISBN 100471187046
    ISBN 109780471187042

    Modified-release dosage is a mechanism that (in contrast to immediate-release dosage) delivers a drug with a delay after its administration (delayed-release dosage) or for a prolonged period of time (extended-release [ER, XR, XL] dosage) or to a specific target in the body (targeted-release dosage).. Sustained-release dosage forms are dosage forms designed to release (liberate) a . Book Description. 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 .

    Therefore, the Journal of Controlled Release will only consider manuscripts that describe experiments that have been carried out under approval of an institutional or local ethics committee. Authors must state in the manuscript that the protocol complies with the particular recommendation and that approval of their protocols was obtained. Controlled Release in Oral Drug Delivery provides chapters, dealing with all facets of the above subject matter, and its challenges. Authors have been drawn from academia, providers of excipients and from those designing controlled release systems in industrial R & .

    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. Other types of controlled release systems are the incorporation of the active ingredient in a gel matrix, and the release of the drug or agrochemical can be induced by changing the conditions such as pH and temperature. Multiple emulsions have .


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Controlled Release of Drugs by M. Rosoff Download PDF EPUB FB2

Preface This book is a companion volume to Controlled Release of Drugs book 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.

A wide variety of drugs, including chemotherapeutic drugs, immune suppressants, antibiotics, steroids, hormones, etc., have benefited from this temporal and distribution controlled release of drugs.

In controlled release, the physical and chemical properties of the system are modified to achieve the drug release kinetics. controlled the release of drugs reduces the drugs d osing rate to an extent.

Once the da ily dose is enough f or remedial management thro ugh t he unifor m plasma, focus pro viding maximu m. Dr. Park is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Controlled Release among other journal and advisory board appointments.

The recipient of the Controlled Release Society Founders Award inDr. Park has published nine books, more than a hundred chapters, and more than two hundred journal articles, and holds sixteen patents.

Controlled drug delivery is one which delivers the drug at a predetermined rate, for locally or systemically, for a specified period of time. Continuous oral delivery of drugs at predictable and reproducible kinetics for predetermined period throughout the course of.

Controlled Release Veterinary Drug Delivery comprises chapters that provide workers in the field (and those interested in this area) with information on the design, development and assessment of a variety of CRVDDS.

The book contains chapters that describe the relevant animal physiological and anatomical considerations alongside descriptions of. Oral Controlled Release Formulation Design and Drug Delivery is the first book of its kind to cover every aspect of oral controlled release formulations, including controlled release mechanisms, preformulation, biopharmaceutics, in vitro–in vivo correlations (IVIVC), quality by design (QbD), and regulatory affairs.

Comprehensive in scope Price: $ This book describes the theories, applications, and challenges for different oral controlled release formulations. This book differs from most in its focus on oral controlled release formulation design and process development.

It also covers the related areas like preformulation, biopharmaceutics, in vitro-in vivo correlations (IVIVC), quality by design (QbD), and regulatory s: 5.

The Journal of Controlled Release (JCR) publishes high-quality research articles in the broad field of delivery science and technology. This includes drug delivery systems and all aspects of formulations, such as physicochemical and biological properties of drugs, design and characterization of dosage.

Drugs can also be administered on to the skin to enter into the body. Mostly semisolid dosage forms are used for this, including creams, ointments, gels and pastes.

However, liquid dosage forms, such as emulsions, or solid dosage forms, such as transdermal controlled drug delivery systems (patches), can also be used. These will be discussed. Journal of Controlled Release The journal publishes innovation, original research involving the controlled release and delivery of drugs and other biologically active agents.

The terms "controlled release" and delivery" are used in their broadest sense to include mechanisms such as diffusion, chemical and enzymatic reactions, dissolution, osmosis, targeting.

For example, current controlled-release systems can respond to changes in the biological environment and deliver or cease to deliver drugs based on these changes. In addition, materials have been developed that should lead to targeted delivery systems, in which a particular formulation can be directed to the specific cell, tissue, or site where.

Controlled release technology enhances the beneficial effects of drugs, agrochemicals, and other biologically active agents.

This monograph offers background on the terms, concepts, mathematical and chemical principles, and the advantages of, controlled release by: A controlled release system includes any delivery system that achieves slow release of the drug over an extended period of time. This is achieved by.

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 to provide some similar look to each chapter, the coverage includes the historical overview, candidate drugs.

DRUG STABILITY • Since most oral controlled release systems are designed to release their contents over much of the length of GI tract, drugs that are unstable in the environment of the intestine drugs that are unstable in the environment of the stomach • might be difficult to formulate into prolonged release system.

Book Description. This book will describe current research on drug delivery systems that encompass four broad categories, namely: routes of delivery, delivery vehicles, payload, and targeting strategies. Where appropriate delivery vehicles and relevant release of specific agents in any of these categories in clinical application will be discussed.

controlled release drug delivery systems. Controlled release drug delivery system works on many different mechanisms to control the release rate of drugs. Various mechanisms like osmotic pressure, matrix system, reservoir system, altered density system etc.

have been utilized as formulation approaches. The present article contains brief. Free Download of Design of Controlled Release Drug Delivery Systems pdf e-book.

Edited By Xiaoling Li & Bhaskara R. Jasti. To Download this book click on the following image or link:Author: Pharmatech. 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.

J/J 3 1. Diffusion Controlled Devices a) Monolithic Devices Drug is released by diffusion out of a polymer matrix Release rate depends on initial drug concentration.Sustained Release Oral Drug Delivery System - An Overview *Ratnaparkhi M.

P., Sustained release drug delivery system works on many different mechanisms to control the release rate of drugs. Developing oral sustained release matrix tablets for drug with constant release rate has always Advantages of Sustained/Controlled release drug File Size: KB.Controlled drug release is defined as delivery of a drug to a specific site, in specific time and release pattern.

Controlled drug release eliminates over- or underdosing, maintains drug levels in desired range, needs less dosing, prevents side effects, and increases patient compliance.