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Disk intrinsic dissolution to monitor polymorphism and morphology of carbamazepine raw drug material

  • In: G1 - The 10 best industrial pharmacy contributions of 2009 on Saturday, 5 September 2009, 9:15-11:40
  • At: Istanbul (Turkey) (2009)
  • Type: Presentations + Posters
  • By: FLICKER, Felicia (Industrial Pharmacy Lab, University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland)
  • Co-author(s): Sehic, Selma (Bosnalijek d.d. Development Department, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
    Betz, Gabriele (Industrial Pharmacy Lab, University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland)
  • Abstract:

    Background. Carbamazepine (CBZ), a poorly water soluble antiepileptic drug with dissolution controlled bioavailability, exhibits at least 4 polymorphic forms and 1 dihydrate. During dissolution in water CBZ anhydrates transform to dihydrate. This transformation was found to be a critical parameter in the still persisting unexpected dissolution


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