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Preparation and evaluation of rapidly disintegrating tablet in the oral cavity by the dry granulation and compression method -availavility of powdered cellulose as an excipient

  • At: 2005 FIP Congress in Cairo (Egypt)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: YAMADA, Yoko (Meijo University, Pharmacy, Nagoya, Japan)
  • Co-author(s): Yamada, Yoko (Meijo University, NAGOYA, Japan)
    Mariko, Nakamura (Meijo University, NAGOYA, Japan)
    Yasuhiro/Shimada (Meijo University, NAGOYA, Japan)
    Yonezawa, Yorinobu (Meijo University, NAGOYA, Japan)
    Hisakazu, Sunada (Meijo University, NAGOYA, Japan)
  • Abstract:


    A rapidly disintegrating tablet is known to be a form that can be swallowed easily because it is deformed by sputum in the human oral cavity. In this study, the tablet was prepared by the dry granulation and compression method using powdered cellulose (PC) as main excipients. Powdered cellulose is expected to be good for not only..

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