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Aqueous Polymeric Coatings for Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms
Third edition
edited by James W. McGinity

Thoroughly updated and expanded, this new 3rd edition provides the latest information on dosage, forms, film defects, and polymer characterization.

New to the 3rd Edition:

  • the interaction of drugs with functional polymers
  • the influence of processing parameters on coating quality
  • the stabilization of polymeric film coats
  • plastisizers and their applications in pharmaceutical coatings
  • adhesion of polymeric films to solid substrates
  • basic properties of latex and pseudolatex colloidal dispersions

Key topics included:

  • polymer interactions with drugs and excipients
  • physical aging of polymeric films.
  • A complete overview and in-depth analysis of recent advances in the field, which includes information on the latest equipment used to apply polymers to a pharmaceutical system
  • illustrated examples explaining the appropriate steps to be taken in order to solve formulation, processing and stability problems to achieve an optimized dosage form

Contents

  1. Pseudolatex Dispersions for Controlled Drug Delivery
  2. Aqueous Polymeric Coating for Modified Release Oral Dosage Forms
  3. Processing and Equipment Considerations for Aqueous Coatings
  4. Mechanical Properties of Polymeric Films Prepared from Aqueous Dispersions
  5. Defects in Aqueous Film-Coated Tablets
  6. Adhesion of Polymeric Films
  7. Influence of Pigments in the Properties of Polymeric Coating Systems
  8. Process and Formulation Factors Affecting the Drug Release from Pellets Coated with the Ethylcellulose Pseudolatex Aquacoat®
  9. Chemistry and Application Properties of Polymethacrylate Systems
  10. Application of HPMC and HPMCAS to Aqueous Film Coating of Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms
  11. The Applications of Formulated Systems for the Aqueous film coating of Pharmaceutical Oral Solid Dosage Forms
  12. Particle Design Based on Aqueous Coating for Controlled Drug Release
  13. Polymer Interactions with Drugs and Excipients
  14. Properties of Aqueous Pseudolatex Dispersions of Biodegradable Polymers
  15. Physical Aging of Polymers and Its Effect on the Stability of Solid Oral Dosage Forms

Index

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Aqueous Polymeric Coatings
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Third edition
edited by James W. McGinity

2008 • 488 pages • $248.95 + shipping
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