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The desired and final dosage form is as much as important as the R&D stage of pharmaceuticals. Learn the differences of all the dosage forms and drug delivery system from tablets to terminally sterilized products and know what are the recommended products that should be considered for each processing.
Medications ingested by oral route (mouth and esophagus and naso-gastric) and are intended to pass through the gastrointestinal tract and be metabolised in the liver.LEARN MORE
Formulations intended to be applied on the skin or mucous membrane to elicit local effects.LEARN MORE
Drugs administered via suppositories into the vaginal or rectal orifice to elicit local or systemic effects.LEARN MORE
Formulated medications to be administered into the lungs to ensure a very rapid and complete drug absorption into the circulatory system.LEARN MORE
Implants, parenteral, or ophthalmic preparations sterilized within their final containers to ensure product quality and integrity.LEARN MORE
Formulations such as shampoos, dentifrices, patches, and aerosols, that are intended to be administered on target site to elicit a local effect.LEARN MORE