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CRC Press Inc
22 May 2009
This new edition brings you up-to-date on the role of pharmaceutics and its future paradigms in the design of medicines. Contributions from over 30 international thought leaders cover the core disciplines of pharmaceutics and the impact of biotechnology, gene therapy, and cell therapy on current findings. Modern Pharmaceutics helps you stay current with the basic sciences, systems, applications, and advances in drug development-from materials used in formulations and dosage form design and manufacture, to testing in clinical trials.

Improve research and development strategies with brand new content on:

* methods of in vivo imaging of dosage forms * excipients, tablets, and aerosols-from physical chemistry to dosage form * solid state drug delivery * biotechnology-based pharmaceuticals * modern evaluation techniques for medicinal products * pharmaceutical nanotechnology * pharmaceutical physics * pediatric and geriatric medication * routes of administration * paradigms in pharmaceutical research
Edited by:   Alexander T. Florence (University of London London UK), Juergen Siepmann (University of Lillle, France)
Imprint:   CRC Press Inc
Country of Publication:   United States
Edition:   5th New edition
Dimensions:   Height: 254mm,  Width: 178mm,  Spine: 71mm
Weight:   2.449kg
ISBN:   9781420065701
ISBN 10:   142006570X
Series:   Drugs and the Pharmaceutical Sciences
Pages:   1216
Publication Date:   22 May 2009
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Volume 1:1. Pharmaceutics: New Challenges, New ParadigmsAlexander T. Florence and Juergen Siepmann2. Principles of Drug AbsorptionMichael Mayersohn3. PharmacokineticsDavid W. A. Bourne4. Factors Influencing Oral Drug Absorption and Drug AvailabilityJuergen Siepmann, Florence Siepmann, and Alexander T. Florence5. Effect of Route of Administration and Distribution on Drug ActionMaureen D. Donovan6. In Vivo Imaging of Dosage FormsZheng-Rong Lu7. Chemical Kinetics and Drug StabilityDavid Attwood and Rolland I. Poust8. The Solid StateAlastair J. Florence9. Excipient Design and CharacterizationGraham Buckton10. PreformulationGavin W. Halbert11. Disperse SystemsWandee Rungseevijitprapa, Florence Siepmann, Juergen Siepmann, and Ornlaksana Paeratakul12. SurfactantsDavid Attwood13. Tablet Dosage FormsMurat Turkoglu and Adel Sakr14. Hard- and Soft-Shell CapsulesLarry L. Augsburger15. Parenteral ProductsJames C. Boylan and Steven L. NailIndexVolume 2:1. Time-Controlled Drug Delivery SystemsJuergen Siepmann and Florence Siepmann2. BioequivalencePanos Macheras, Christos Reppas, and Mira Symillides3. Cutaneous and Transdermal Delivery-Processes and Systems of DeliveryGuang Wei Lu and Gordon L. Flynn4. Design and Evaluation of Ophthalmic Pharmaceutical ProductsPaul J. Missel, John C. Lang, Denise P. Rodeheaver, Rajni Jani, Masood A. Chowhan, James Chastain, and Terry Dagnon5. Delivery of Drugs by the Pulmonary RouteAnthony J. Hickey and Heidi M. Mansour6. Pediatric and Geriatric Pharmaceutics and FormulationJoerg Breitkreutz and Catherine Tuleu7. Biotechnology-Based PharmaceuticalsLene Jorgensen, Hanne Moerck Nielsen, and Sven Frokjaer8. Veterinary Pharmaceutical Dosage FormsMichael J. Rathbone and Todd P. Foster9. Target-Oriented Drug Delivery SystemsVijay Kumar10. New Imaging Methods for Dosage Form CharacterizationColin D. Melia, Barry Crean, Samuel R. Pygall, and Hywel D. Williams11. Aspects of Pharmaceutical PhysicsGoeran Frenning and Goeran Alderborn12. Pharmaceutical Aspects of NanotechnologyAlexander T. Florence13. Dosage Forms for Personalized Medicine: From the Simple to the ComplexAlexander T. Florence and Juergen SiepmannIndex

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