Development and Formulation of Veterinary Dosage Forms, Second Edition, / Edition 2

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Overview

This up-to-the-minute Second Edition of an incomparable resource describes in detail the bases for developing dosage forms for use in animals-highlighting the data necessary to meet regulatory approval.
Demonstrates the successful characterization, control, and registration of new veterinary medicines!
Thoroughly rewritten and enlarged to reflect the technical advances that have occurred since the previous edition, Development and Formulation of Veterinary Dosage Forms, Second Edition
  • discusses the reasons for dosage form selection
  • explains the latest available technologies
  • examines new drug therapeutics
  • reveals up-to-date techniques and applications for pharmacokinetic data
  • covers the formulation of products derived from biotechnology
  • elucidates recent analytical methods
  • shows how to determine the type of dosage form appropriate for particular species
  • and more!
    Written by a team of international authorities from North America and Europe and containing over 1100 bibliographic citation, figures, and tables, Development and Formulation of Veterinary Dosage Forms, Second Edition is an essential reference for pharmaceutical, animal, and quality control scientists; research pharmacists and pharmacologists; veterinarians; drug quality assurance and regulatory personnel in government and industry; pathologists; microbiologists; virologists; physiologists; toxicologists; and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Ted Whittem, BVSc, PhD (University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine)
Description: This is the second edition of a book that describes and discusses the formulation, manufacture, and some aspects of the registration process for veterinary pharmaceutical products.
Purpose: The editors have attempted to present this information in a logical and sequential fashion, relevant to the design selection and development of veterinary dosage forms. This aim has been achieved, providing a resource for people wishing to enter the veterinary pharmaceutical industry with a grasp of the considerations peculiar to production of animal dosage forms.
Audience: The editors and the chapter authors are all well recognized authorities in their particular fields and together their contributions comprise a coordinated presentation of the subject matter. This book will therefore be useful to graduate students studying in the pharmaceutical sciences and to veterinarians seeking employment in the pharmaceutical industry.
Features: Although some chapters are overillustrated and others might benefit from more illustrations, the text and illustrations are current and clear. The index would have been more useful had an hierarchical approach been used.
Assessment: This new edition offers marked expansion and updating over the previous edition. Some of the chapters are fairly wordy, but the information is reliable and useful. This book will be a very useful addition to library collections.
Ted Whittem
This is the second edition of a book that describes and discusses the formulation, manufacture, and some aspects of the registration process for veterinary pharmaceutical products. The editors have attempted to present this information in a logical and sequential fashion, relevant to the design selection and development of veterinary dosage forms. This aim has been achieved, providing a resource for people wishing to enter the veterinary pharmaceutical industry with a grasp of the considerations peculiar to production of animal dosage forms. The editors and the chapter authors are all well recognized authorities in their particular fields and together their contributions comprise a coordinated presentation of the subject matter. This book will therefore be useful to graduate students studying in the pharmaceutical sciences and to veterinarians seeking employment in the pharmaceutical industry. Although some chapters are overillustrated and others might benefit from more illustrations, the text and illustrations are current and clear. The index would have been more useful had an hierarchical approach been used. This new edition offers marked expansion and updating over the previous edition. Some of the chapters are fairly wordy, but the information is reliable and useful. This book will be a very useful addition to library collections.
E-Streams
This title is recommended for libraries collecting in the veterinary sciences, and will be of use to researchers as well as practitioners in the field.
Irish Pharmacy Journal
International praise for the previous edition: ...contain[s] a considerable amount of extremely useful material...supplemented by the extensive use of references...useful to those involved in the formulation and marketing of veterinary medicines.
Eastern Pharmacist
...A well written veterinary book.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Each chapter is written by an expert on the subject in a crisp, authoritative, and comprehensive manner. Useful details on drug forms for animals are presented in a logical and succinct manner...fills a previous void, and anyone actively involved in formulation of veterinary dosage forms will find it to be of great value.
Biosis
...of interest to professionals in the veterinary fields and to pharmacy students interested in an industrial career.
Veterinary and Human Toxicology
...Nineteen industrial, regulatory and academic scientists from the US, Canada, Belgium and Zimbabwe make this a useful reference of international scope.
Journal of Controlled Release
Helpful and informative advice is presented in the chapter on Specification Development and Stability Assessment (Dukes and Hahm). This chapter is the highlight of the book and will provide workers in the field with a reference point from which to start when faced with setting specifications for veterinary dosage forms....a valuable source of information.
Booknews
Details the bases for developing dosage forms for use in animals, highlighting data necessary to meet regulatory approval. Stages of drug formulation and decision making processes are sequentially presented, and priority is given to classes of drugs that are used in disease prevention and farm animal production. Includes b&w photos and drawings. First published as , edited by Jack Blodinger, 1983, this second edition is rewritten to reflect recent technical advances. New chapters on protein/peptide veterinary formulations and bioavailability bioequivalence assessment discuss peculiarities associated with new chemical entities. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780824798789
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 2/25/1998
  • Series: Drugs and the Pharmaceutical Sciences Series , #88
  • Edition description: Rev and Expande
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 504
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 1.25 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction: Veterinary Drug Availability, Gerald B. Guest
Basis for Selection of the Dosage Form, J. Desmond Baggot and Scott A. Brown
Formulation of Veterinary Dosage Forms, Paul R. Klink, Thomas H. Ferguson, and Judy A. Magruder
Protein/Peptide Veterinary Formulations, Todd P. Foster
Formulation of Vaccines, Russell Bey, Randy Simonson, and Nathalie Garcon
Administration Devices and Techniques, David W. Cook
Specification Development and Stability Assessment, Gary R. Dukes and David A. Hahn
Bioavailability Bioequivalence Assessments, Marilyn N. Martinez and Melanie R. Berson
Design of Preclinical Studies, Gary Olaf Korsrud, Gérard Lambert, James D. MacNeil, and Man Sen Yon
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