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Drug Stability for Pharmaceutical Scientists
Author : Thorsteinn Loftsson
Publisher : Academic Press
Release Date : 2014-01-25
ISBN 10 : 0124115624
Pages : 170 pages
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Drug Stability for Pharmaceutical Scientists is a clear and easy-to-follow guide on drug degradation in pharmaceutical formulation. This book features valuable content on both aqueous and solid drug solutions, the stability of proteins and peptides, acid-base catalyzed and solvent catalyzed reactions, how drug formulation can influence drug stability, the influence of external factors on reaction rates and much more. Full of examples of real-life formulation problems and step-by-step calculations, this book is the ideal resource for graduate students, as well as scientists in the pharmaceutical and related industries. Illustrates important theoretical concepts with numerous examples, figures, calculations, learning problems and questions for self-study and retention of material Provides answers and explanations to test your knowledge Enables you to better understand key concepts such as rate and order of reaction, reaction equilibrium, complex reaction mechanisms and more Includes an in-depth discussion of both aqueous and solid drug solutions and contains the latest international regulatory requirements on drug stability

Drug Stability
Author : Jens Thurø Carstensen
Publisher : Marcel Dekker
Release Date : 1995
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 601 pages
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Combining basic theory, current industrial practice, and useful regulatory aspects in an original overview of pharmaceutical stability, this thoroughly rewritten and enlarged reference/text examines data analysis of the packaged drug's stability, experimental methods for achieving stable marketed products, and the stability principles of drugs in dissolved, dispersed, and solid states.

Drug Stability
Author : Christopher T. Rhodes,Jens Thurø Carstensen
Publisher : N.A
Release Date : 2000-01-01
ISBN 10 : 9780585393261
Pages : 773 pages
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Addressing concerns for patient welfare while protecting producer reputation, and providing a database for formulation of other products, this multiauthored reference blends fundamental theory and practical advice on drug product stability in scientific, technical, and regulatory environments, covering development of indicating assays, computer use, clinical trial materials, strategic planning, and packaging. Describing the documentation required to minimize the changes of regulatory citations, the book lists manufacturers of photostability testing chambers, stability system software, and laboratory information management systems for pharmaceutical applications.

Drug Stability and Chemical Kinetics
Author : Muhammad Sajid Hamid Akash,Kanwal Rehman
Publisher : Springer Nature
Release Date : 2020-11-01
ISBN 10 : 9811564264
Pages : 284 pages
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This book comprehensively reviews drug stability and chemical kinetics: how external factors can influence the stability of drugs, and the reaction rates that trigger these effects. Explaining the important theoretical concepts of drug stability and chemical kinetics, and providing numerous examples in the form of illustrations, tables and calculations, the book helps readers gain a better understanding of the rates of reactions, order of reactions, types of degradation and how to prevent it, as well as types of stability studies. It also offers insights into the importance of the rate at which the drug is degraded and/or decomposed under various external and internal conditions, including temperature, pH, humidity and light. This book is intended for researchers, PhD students and scientists working in the field of pharmacy, pharmacology, pharmaceutical chemistry, medicinal chemistry and biopharmaceutics.

Handbook of Stability Testing in Pharmaceutical Development
Author : Kim Huynh-Ba
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2008-11-16
ISBN 10 : 0387856277
Pages : 389 pages
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This handbook is the first to cover all aspects of stability testing in pharmaceutical development. Written by a group of international experts, the book presents a scientific understanding of regulations and balances methodologies and best practices.

Drug Stability, Third Edition, Revised, and Expanded
Author : Jens T. Carstensen,Christopher Rhodes
Publisher : Informa Health Care
Release Date : 2000-07-28
ISBN 10 : 9780824703769
Pages : 792 pages
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Addressing concerns for patient welfare while protecting producer reputation, and providing a database for formulation of other products, this multiauthored reference blends fundamental theory and practical advice on drug product stability in scientific, technical, and regulatory environments, covering development of indicating assays, computer use, clinical trial materials, strategic planning, and packaging. Describing the documentation required to minimize the changes of regulatory citations, the book lists manufacturers of photostability testing chambers, stability system software, and laboratory information management systems for pharmaceutical applications.

Pharmaceutical Stability Testing to Support Global Markets
Author : Kim Huynh-Ba
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2009-12-04
ISBN 10 : 9781441908896
Pages : 266 pages
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The International Conference of Harmonization (ICH) has worked on har- nizing the stability regulations in the US, Europe, and Japan since the early 1990s. Even though the Stability Guidelines Q1A (R2) was issued over a decade ago, issues surrounding this arena continue to surface as the principles described in the guideline are applied to different technical concentrations. As a result, the stability community has continued to discuss concerns and find ways of harmonizing regulatory requirements, streamlining practices, improving processes in order to bring safe and effective medical supplies to the patients around the world. In 2007, the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Stability Focus Group organized two workshops – the Stability Workshop and the Degradation Mechanism Workshop. These meetings attracted many industry scientists as well as representatives from several regulatory agencies in the world to discuss important topics related to pharmaceutical stability practices. Recognizing the importance of documenting these discussions and with the permission of AAPS, I have worked with speakers to assemble a collection of 30 articles from presentations given at these two meetings, mainly the Stability Workshop. I trust that this book will be beneficial to all of you in providing guidance and up-to-date information for building quality stability programs. v Freedom of our mind is Mother of all inventions.

Chemical Stability of Pharmaceuticals
Author : Kenneth A. Connors,Gordon L. Amidon,Valentino J. Stella
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Release Date : 1986-10-13
ISBN 10 : 9780471879558
Pages : 864 pages
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Provides a sound theoretical basis for understanding chemical kinetics and its uses in studying drug stability. Treats the calculations, approximations, and estimates that are useful to the pharmacist in professional practice, and presents a collection of selected drug-stability data from the pharmaceutical literature. This Handbook makes accessible to the pharmacist much of the information necessary to make pharmaceutical decisions about drug stability. Changes in this edition include thorough revision of the chapter on oxidation, addition of a new chapter on solid-state stability, and a tripling of the number of stability monographs. All monographs figures have been redrawn, most of them from published data, and all sources are cited.

Pharmaceutical Technology
Author : Michael Henry Rubinstein
Publisher : Ellis Horwood
Release Date : 1989
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 167 pages
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An Introduction to Pharmaceutical Sciences
Author : Jiben Roy
Publisher : Elsevier
Release Date : 2011-07-25
ISBN 10 : 1908818042
Pages : 446 pages
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This textbook is written as a unified approach to various topics, ranging from drug discovery to manufacturing, techniques and technology, regulation and marketing. The key theme of the book is pharmaceuticals - what every student of pharmaceutical sciences should know: from the active pharmaceutical ingredients to the preparation of various dosage forms along with the relevant chemistry, this book makes pharmaceuticals relevant to undergraduate students of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences. This book explains how a particular drug was discovered and then converted from lab-scale to manufacturing scale, to the market. It explains the motivation for drug discovery, the reaction chemistry involved, experimental difficulties, various dosage forms and the reasoning behind them, mechanism of action, quality assurance and role of regulatory agencies. After having a course based on this book, the student will be able to understand: 1) the career prospects in the pharmaceutical industry, 2) the need for interdisciplinary teamwork in science, 3) the techniques and technology involved in making pharmaceuticals starting from bulk drugs, and 4) different dosage forms and critical factors in the development of pharmaceutical formulations in relation to the principles of chemistry. A few blockbuster drugs including atorvastatin, sildanefil, ranitidine, ciprofloxacin, amoxicillin, and the longest serving drugs such as aspirin and paracetamol are discussed in detail. Finally, the book also covers the important current pharmaceutical issues like quality control, safety, counterfeiting and abuse of drugs, and future prospects for pharmaceutical industry. Unified approach explaining drug discovery, bulk drug manufacturing, formulation of dosage forms, with pharmacological and therapeutic actions Manufacturing processes of representative active pharmaceutical ingredients and their chemistry plus formulation of dosage forms presented in this book are based on actual industrial processes Covers many aspects relevant to students of the pharmaceutical sciences or newly employed pharmaceutical researchers/employees. It contains summary information about regulatory agencies of different countries

Stability of Drugs and Dosage Forms
Author : Sumie Yoshioka,Valentino J. Stella
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2007-05-08
ISBN 10 : 0306468298
Pages : 270 pages
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Drug products are complex mixtures of drugs and excipients and, as such, their chemical and physical stability kinetics are complex. This book discusses the stability of these dosage forms with preformulation studies through to the studies on the final products. The book is intended for graduate students, researchers and professionals in the field of Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Chemistry.

Analytical Techniques in the Pharmaceutical Sciences
Author : Anette Müllertz,Yvonne Perrie,Thomas Rades
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2016-08-30
ISBN 10 : 1493940295
Pages : 838 pages
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The aim of this book is to present a range of analytical methods that can be used in formulation design and development and focus on how these systems can be applied to understand formulation components and the dosage form these build. To effectively design and exploit drug delivery systems, the underlying characteristic of a dosage form must be understood--from the characteristics of the individual formulation components, to how they act and interact within the formulation, and finally, to how this formulation responds in different biological environments. To achieve this, there is a wide range of analytical techniques that can be adopted to understand and elucidate the mechanics of drug delivery and drug formulation. Such methods include e.g. spectroscopic analysis, diffractometric analysis, thermal investigations, surface analytical techniques, particle size analysis, rheological techniques, methods to characterize drug stability and release, and biological analysis in appropriate cell and animal models. Whilst each of these methods can encompass a full research area in their own right, formulation scientists must be able to effectively apply these methods to the delivery system they are considering. The information in this book is designed to support researchers in their ability to fully characterize and analyze a range of delivery systems, using an appropriate selection of analytical techniques. Due to its consideration of regulatory approval, this book will also be suitable for industrial researchers both at early stage up to pre-clinical research.