Advancements in Pharmaceutical Technology

A drug dissolution test is an in vitro analytical test used for assessing expected drug delivery characteristics of pharmaceutical products in humans, in particular, of solid oral dosage forms, such as tablets and capsules. The percent of dose entering the systemic circulation after administration of a given dosage form. More explicitly, the ratio of the amount of drug “absorbed” from a test formulation to the amount “absorbed” after administration of a standard formulation. Frequently, the “standard formulation” used in assessing bioavailability is the aqueous solution of the drug, given intravenously. If two medicines are bioequivalent there is no clinically significant difference in their bioavailability. Although bioequivalence is most commonly discussed in relation to generic medicines in pharmacy, it is important to note that bioequivalence studies are also performed for innovator medicines in some situations.

Pharmaceutics is the discipline of pharmacy that deals with the process of turning a new chemical entity (NCE) or old drugs into a medication to be used safely and effectively by patients. It is also called the science of dosage form design. There are many chemicals with pharmacological properties, but need special measures to help them achieve therapeutically relevant amounts at their sites of action. Pharmaceutics helps relate the formulation of drugs to their delivery and disposition in the body.

  • Biopharmaceutics
  • Drug Dissolution and Bioavailability studies
  • Drug Distribution in Human System
  • Pharmacodynamic Properties
  • Pharmacokinetic Properties
  • Novel Approaches in Drug Delivery Systems

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