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Dissolution and bioavailability of immediate and sustained release cold and cough dosage forms

Huey-yuh Hsu

Dissolution and bioavailability of immediate and sustained release cold and cough dosage forms

by Huey-yuh Hsu

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drugs -- Dosage forms.,
  • Drugs -- Controlled release.,
  • Drugs, Nonprescription.,
  • Cold (Disease) -- Treatment.,
  • Cough.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Huey-yuh Hsu.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination163 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages163
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14313894M

      ELSEVIER International Journal of Pharmaceutics (19~6) international journal of pharmaceutics Invited review Dissolution testing for sustained or controlled release oral dosage forms and correlation with in vivo data: challenges and opportunities M. Zahirul I. Khan Research and Development Laboratories, Sigma Pharmaceuticals Pty. Ltd., Mount Dandenong .   Background Antiemetic agent Meclizine HCl, widely prescribed in vertigo, is available only in immediate release dosage forms. The approved .

    Oral dosage forms remain one of the most flexible and effective treatments available to patients. Dissolution testing is a requirement for all solid oral dosage forms and is used throughout the development life-cycle for product release and stability testing. It is a pivotal analytical test used for detecting physical changes in an active pharmaceutical ingredient and formulated product. Dissolution tests are used for many purposes in the pharmaceutical industry: in the development of new products, for quality control and, to assist with the determination of bioequivalence. Recent regulatory developments such as the Biopharmaceutics Classification Scheme have highlighted the importance of dissolution in the regulation of post-approval changes and introduced the possibility of.

      1. Background Drug solubility and bioavailability. It has been well explained that solubility, dissolution and gastrointestinal permeability are fundamental parameters that control rate and extent of drug absorption and its water solubility of a drug is a fundamental property that plays an important role in the absorption of the drug after oral administration.   U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)6, 7 and United States Pharmacopeia (USP) 8 provide general guidance on many important aspects of dissolution methodology (e.g., apparatus, dissolution medium, hydrodynamics of agitation) for both immediate-release (IR) and modified-release (MR) oral dosage forms. Developing a dissolution method includes.


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Dissolution and bioavailability of immediate and sustained release cold and cough dosage forms by Huey-yuh Hsu Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dissolution and bioavailability of immediate and sustained release cold and cough dosage forms. Abstract. Graduation date: A high-pressure liquid chromatography method based on\ud reported literature was developed for the quantitative\ud analysis of chlorpheniramine, pseudoephedrine,\ud phenylpropanolamine and acetaminophen in.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is announcing the availability of a guidance for industry entitled ``Dissolution Testing of Immediate Release Solid Oral Dosage Forms.''. Keywords Bioavailability, Sustained release, Hydrophilic matrices, Dextromethorphan Hydrobromide Dextromethorphan hydrobromide (DH), a well-known non narcotic antitussive agent, is generally used as an ingredient in cough and cold remedies.

The dosage of the drug is usually three to four times a day because of its short half-life (Silvati et al. The FDA guidance for industry on dissolution testing of immediate release solid oral dosage forms notes that f 2 values between 50 and indicate similarity of two dissolution profiles.

The results in Table V show that, in each medium, dissolution profiles are similar for these phenazopyridine HCl products except for pH by: 3. Dissolution Testing and Acceptance Criteria for Immediate-Release Solid Oral Dosage Form Drug Products Containing High Solubility Drug Substances Guidance for Industry August Dissolution Testing and Specification Criteria for Immediate-Release Solid Oral Dosage Forms Containing Biopharmaceutics Classification System Class 1 and 3 Drugs Biorelevant specifications: For BCS 1, Q=80% in 30 min; For BCS class 3, Q=80% in 15 min.

INTRODUCTION. Dissolution testing of solid oral dosage forms plays a critical role in product development by providing a link (1) between drug release and bioavailability (BA) and bioequivalence (BE) and (2) between drug release and formulation and manufacturing process variables (1–4).The importance of dissolution in quality assurance and regulatory science is well known (5–7).

the dissolution rate is achieved by incorporating the drug in insoluble carriers which are considered as matrix system, help in prolonging the duration of time over which the drug is released and are considered suitable for formulations as sustained release dosage forms.

MATERIALS AND METHODS. The dissolution test for immediate or controlled release in solid oral dosage forms has recently widened to a variety of novel or special dosage forms such as suspensions, chewing gums, transdermal patches, implants and others[4,5].

Because of the different characteristics of early dosage form, the site absorption and dosing routes and. ingredients or excipients, produces dosage forms of various types. The pharmaceutical ingredients solubilize, suspend, thicken, dilute, emulsify, sta-bilize, preserve, color, fl avor, and fashion medici-nal agents into effi cacious and appealing dosage forms.

Each type of dosage form is unique in its physical and pharmaceutical characteristics. Dissolution Testing and Specification Criteria for Immediate-Release Solid Oral Dosage Forms Containing Biopharmaceutics Classification System Class 1 and 3 Drugs Guidance for Industry.

DRAFT GUIDANCE. This guidance document is being distributed for comment purposes only. or more drug release in 15 or 30 min in all three buffers (pHpH and pH ) using in vitro dissolution testing.

Drug release was assessed for bioequivalence in accordance with the WHO requirements (3) for biowaivers for immediate-release solid oral dosage forms containing BCS Class I. A release profile exhibiting a negligible release in pH and buffers followed by a rapid release in pH buffer was established.

The drug release in pH buffer increased significantly with the increase in the dip or paddle speed but was inversely related to the screen mesh observed at lower dip speeds.

The book, supported by the Society for Pharmaceutical Dissolution Science (SPDS), covers the current status of dissolution science related to such timely topics as bioavailability, mathematical treatment of data, novel dosage forms, international guidelines and harmonization, automation, and other important dissolution topics.

Dissolution Testing of Immediate Release Solid Oral Dosage Forms Extended Release Oral Dosage Forms: Development, Evaluation, and Application of In Vitro/In Vivo Correlations.

AN ABSTRACT OF THE THESIS OF Huey-Yuh Hsu for the degree of Master of Science in Pharmacy presented on J Title: Dissolution and Bioavailability of Immediate and Susta.

Traditional dosage forms (e.g., tablets, capsules, and injections) are often not appropriate for children, hence cutting or crushing tablets, splitting capsule and then mixing with the food (solid or liquid) and dilution of injections are common practice [19,20,21,22].Manipulation with dosage form may cause a risk of damage of formulation structure, hence side effects and changes in.

steps, in vitro dissolution Illay be reJevanr to the prediction of in vivo performance. Based on this general consideration, in vitro dissolution tests for immediate release solid oral dosage fonns, such as tablets and capsules, are used to (I) assess d,e lot-to-Iot quality of a drug product; (2) guide.

SOLUTION DOSAGE FORMS Drugs are commonly given as solution in cough/cold remedies and in medication for the young and elderly. In most cases absorption from an oral solution is rapid and complete, compared with administration in any other oral dosage form. The rate limiting step is often the rate of gastric emptying.

Dissolution Testing and Specification Criteria for Immediate-Release Solid Oral Dosage Forms Containing Biopharmaceutics Classification System Class 1 and 3 Drugs (August ). Dissolution test for solid dosage forms Assemble the apparatus, equilibrate the dissolution medium to 37 ± °C, and remove the thermometer.

The test may also be carried out with the thermometer in place, provided it is shown that results equivalent to those obtained without the .required in the dissolution test for immediate-release and extended-release dosage forms.

For the medium-ad-dition approach, a designated amount of concentrated phosphate buffer needs to be added to the dissolution vessel to neutralize the medium to the target pH before the buffer stage starts. The operations of adding the buf. The substitution of the more hydrophilic excipient lactose for calcium sulfate in an immediate-release hard gelatin capsule enhanced the dissolution rate and bioavailability of phenytoin, leading to numerous cases of anticonvulsant intoxication.

This is further discussed in Chapter 33 (see Fig. and associated text).