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Sustainability Considerations For Drug Delivery Device End-To-End Solutions
Explore how to address the gradual unlinking of economic activity from consumption of finite resources and removal of waste to support and help prevent a global climate catastrophe.
Applying Automation To The Manufacture Of Drug Delivery Devices
Automated manufacturing is a powerful but often-misunderstood tool available to produce drug delivery and other pharmaceutical devices — whether established designs or innovative new ideas.
Formulation And Evaluation Of Enteric Coated Aspirin Capsules
Enteric polymer coatings play a crucial role in oral drug formulations, protecting the API from harsh gastric conditions and enabling targeted drug delivery with optimized release based on location.
Nanosuspension Dosage Forms: Product Development & Scale Up
For drug nanosuspensions, parameters like stabilizer concentration, drug loading, milling speed, milling time, bead diameter/density, and temperature are important formulation and process variables.
Transitioning From A Vial To PFS Or Cartridge In An Auto-Injector Device
Explore how to approach the transition of migrating from a vial to a syringe or cartridge, the necessary compatibility testing, and the stresses on the bulk product during formulation and filling.
Solubility With Lipid-Based Technologies For Oral & Injectable Formulations
Explore the decision for selecting the right and most suited technology for formulating a complex molecule.
Application Of Nano-Emulsion Technology To Address Unmet Medical Needs: A Case Study Of Clopidogrel IV By 505(b)(2) Pathway
Review a process where the insoluble and unstable free-base form of clopidogrel is converted to a form with acceptable drug loading and is protected from chemical degradation.
Mitigating Particulate Risk In Injectables
What are the sources of such particulates in injectables and how should manufacturers apply the latest regulations to ensure best practice when producing sterile drug products?
Selecting An Alternative Coating Technology To Silicone Oil For Prefillable Syringes
The challenges of silicone-oil lubrication and the growing trend for more viscous, protein-based drugs are now leading pharma and biotech companies to investigate alternative solutions.
Benefits Of Microparticle Technology For Oral Drug Solubility Enhancement
Spray-dried dispersions, hot-melt extrusion, and solubilizing excipients are common solubility enhancement techniques, but new developments to maximize amorphous solid dispersion benefits are needed.