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Suppositories

First edition


Loyd V Allen, Jr - Editor-In-Chief, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding

This reference book is an essential resource for all those involved in the formulation, development, manufacture and testing of suppositories.

Many suppository formulations have been developed for a number of therapeutic aims. However, comprehensive reliable information on suppository formulation is not always readily available. Suppositories resolves this situation by providing up-to-date, comprehensive information in one point of reference.

Suppositories provides a detailed review of suppository dosage forms with chapters covering:
  • the history and development of the suppository
  • suppository bases and their characteristics
  • pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical and pharmacokinetic factors
  • formulation considerations
  • manufacturing and compounding suppositories
  • special types of suppositories
  • quality control
  • packaging and labelling
  • stability and storage
  • clinical considerations.
Suppositories cover

£71.00


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  • ISBN 978 0 85711 093 0
  • Published Nov 2007
  • Paperback
    246 x 189mm (256pp)

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