The Encyclopedia of Pharmaceutical Technology presents authoritative and contemporary articles on all aspects of drug development, dosage forms, manufacturing, and regulation-enabling the specialist and novice alike to keep abreast of developments in this rapidly evolving and highly competitive field.
A dependable reference tool and a solid investment for years to comemaintaining currency through its supplements [Volume 18/Supplement 1: Published November, 1998] The Encyclopedia contains interdisciplinary contributions in a wide array of subjects, including Drugs
…and much, much more!
Table of Contents
Contributors to Volume 19
Contents of Other Volumes
Blow-Fill-Seal Aseptic Processing Deborah J. Jones
Compounding, Contemporary Loyd V. Allen, Jr.
Drug Delivery-Oral Colon Specific Vincent H. L. Lee and Suman K. Mukherjee
The European Agency for the Evaluation of Medicinal Product (EMEA)
Harmonization-Compendia Lee. T. Grady and Jerome A. Halperin
Inhalation, Dry Powder Lynn Van Campen and Geraldine Venthoye
Liquid Crystals in Drug Delivery Christel C. Mueller-Goymann
Medication Errors: A New Challenge for the Pharmaceutical Industry Diane R. Cousins
Mucoadhesive Hydrogels in Drug Delivery Hans E. Junginger, Maya Thanou, and J. Coos Verhoef
Peptides and Proteins: Buccal Absorption Hemant H. Alur, and Thomas P. Johnston, and Ashim K. Mitra
Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance Microbiology Laboratories Anthony M. Cundell
Process Chemistry in the Pharmaceutical Industry Kumar G. Gadamasetti and Ambarish K. Singh
Radiolabeling of Pharmaceutical Aerosols and Gamma Scintigraphic Imaging for Lung Deposition Hak-Kim Chan
Super Disintegrants: Characterization and Function Larry L. Augsburger, Albert W. Brzeczko, Umang Shah, and Huijeong A. Hahm
Index to Volume 20