Encyclopedia of Pharmaceutical Technology, Volume 2
James Swarbrick, James C. Boylan
Taylor & Francis, 2002 - Medical - 3096 pages
"The Encyclopedia of Pharmaceutical Technology presents up-to-date and interdisciplinary contributions by leading international authorities in all areas of drugs and drug delivery systems. Major components of the Encyclopedia cover drugs, including physicochemical properties, preformulation, incompatibilities, metabolism, pharmacokinetics, stability, and decomposition...drug delivery systems (and devices), encompassing development, routes of administration, formulation alternatives, dosage form selection, scale up, manufacturing, process validation, bioavailability, and computerization...post-production considerations, ranging from patient compliance and physicians' preferences to national and international agencies; and more. The set will be completed with the publication of the index in Volume 17 in October 1997. "
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