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Inventi Rapid - Pharm Tech

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Pharm Tech’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. The journal covers all the areas under pharmaceutics and pharmaceutical technology. It welcomes articles pertaining to physical, chemical and biological properties of dosage forms, devices and delivery systems for drugs, vaccines and biologicals including their design, manufacture and evaluation. Special emphasis is given for articles pertaining to excipients such as surfactants and polymers and novel materials, and products for personalized medication.

  • DIGITIZATION AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE WOULD BE BOON FOR PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY: NOTE ON FUTURE PERSPECTIVE
    Devansh Mehta*, Mohd Shuaib    Download Full Text

    Artificial Intelligence and Digitalization or Digitization, are among the most frequent two terminologies used these days around every nook and corner. Artificial Intelligence (AI) uses the help of artificial neural networks (ANN) and can mimic the cognitive and thinking behavior of human brain. Digitization is mainly associated with the digital world, i.e. converting each event or happening or pr...

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  • FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF PRESS COATED TABLETS OF MESALAMINE
    Naseeb Basha Shaik*, Sravani P, Latha Kukati, Mobina Begum    Download Full Text

    Mesalamine an anti-inflammatory drug, which degrades in acidic environment. Hence protection of drug is done by coating the drug with retardant coating polymers. The aim and objective of the present study was to prepare press coated tablets of mesalamine by press coating technique. Core tablets were prepared by direct compression method and evaluated for their physicochemical properties. Formulati...

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  • FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF CARVEDILOL PHOSPHATE SUBLINGUAL TABLET
    Madibone M N, Bhokare S G*, P B Jadhav    Download Full Text

    Sublingual tablets of Carvedilol phosphate were prepared to improve its bioavailability, to avoid pre-systemic metabolism in the gastrointestinal tract and hepatic first pass elimination. The Sublingual tablets were prepared by direct compression procedure using different concentration of F-Melt, Beal Fruit Gum and microcrystalline cellulose. Compatibility studies of drug and polymer were performe...

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  • FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF GASTRORETENTIVE FLOATING MICROSPHERES OF NICARDIPINE
    Shiva Kumar Yellanki*, M Naga Prashanthi, M Ravi Kumar    Download Full Text

    The present study was aimed at development of gastroretentive floating microspheres of nicardipine for controlled release and to develop innovative and suitable dosage form by the use of various polymers. Nicardipine is an antihypertensive drug it is a dihydropyridine calcium-channel blocking agent used to treat the vascular disorders such as chronic stable angina, hypertension. Different floating...

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  • NANOSUSPENSION FOR BCS CLASS II DRUG
    Siddhesh Juvekar*    Download Full Text

    Nanosuspension is one of the methods used to increase the solubility and the bioavailability of a drug by reducing the particle size and increasing the surface area. Preparation of nanosuspension involves either a bottom-up processing or a top-down processing. The bottom-up processing reduces the particle size of a drug molecule by controlled precipitation from its dissolved state. In the current ...

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  • AN UTMOST SUMMARY ON PHYTOSOMES: A NOVEL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM FOR HERBAL DRUGS
    N L Prasanthi*, G Gayatri    Download Full Text

    In the new generations of increase in solubility of the pharmaceutical formulations different problems are raised. The bioavailability and absorption of water soluble phytoconstituents is unpredictable due to poor solubility of these constituents in gastrointestinal tract. This can be overcome by a novel drug delivery system known as phytosome technology in which water soluble phytoconstituents ar...

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