Aulton's Pharmaceutics: The Design and Manufacture of Medicines, 5e
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Reflects current practices and future applications of formulation and drug delivery science to small drug molecules, biotechnology products and nanomedicines For all the pharmacy students out there part of your pharmacy degree will be to study formulation design and pharmaceutics. This is the holy grail of pharmaceutical technology books. The text reads well and introduces difficult concepts in a more easy-to-understand way, it is definitely worth the money to help you get through the module, if you're doing a research project in pharmaceutical design then this would also be an excellent buy.This is essential for passing exams and developing professional competence.' All aspects of pharmaceutics are covered in a clear and readily accessible way and extensively illustrated throughout, providing an essential companion to the entire pharmaceutics curriculum from day one until the end of the course. Six new chapters covering parenteral and ocular delivery; design and administration of medicines for the children and elderly; the latest in plant medicines; nanotechnology and nanomedicines, and the delivery of biopharmaceuticals.
New editor: Kevin Taylor, Professor of Clinical Pharmaceutics, School of Pharmacy, University of London. Now in its fourth edition, this best-selling textbook in pharmaceutics has been brought completely up to date to reflect the rapid advances in delivery methodologies by eye and injection, advances in drug formulations and delivery methods for special groups (such as children and the elderly), nanomedicine, and pharmacognosy. At the same time the editors have striven to maintain the accessibility of the text for students of pharmacy, preserving the balance between being a suitably pitched introductory text and a clear reflection of the state of the art. Fully updated throughout, with particular focus on delivery of biopharmaceuticals, nanotechnology and nanomedicines, parenteral and ocular drug delivery mechanisms.
Solid state physics Quantum theory Chemical bonds SCIENCE Physics Condensed Matter Física do estado sólido Mecânica quântica Kevin Taylor, Professor of Clinical Pharmaceutics, has co-edited the recently published new edition of Aulton’s Pharmaceutics, the preeminent pharmaceutics textbook for pharmacy students. Covers ongoing changes in our understanding of biopharmaceutics, certain areas of drug delivery and the significance of the solid state One of the world’s best-known texts on pharmaceutics, Aulton's Pharmaceutics offers a complete course in one book for students in all years of undergraduate pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences degrees. All aspects of pharmaceutics are covered in a clear and readily accessible way and extensively illustrated throughout, providing an essential companion to the entire pharmaceutics curriculum from day one until the end of the course. Key FeaturesPharmaceutics is the art of pharmaceutical preparations. It encompasses design of drugs, their manufacture and the elimination of micro-organisms from the products. This book encompasses all of these areas."--Provided by publisher Thoroughly revised, updated and extended by experts in their fields and edited by Professors Kevin Taylor and Michael Aulton, this new edition includes the science of formulation, pharmaceutical manufacturing and drug delivery. Note continued: 18.Introduction to biopharmaceutics / Marianne Ashford -- 19.Gastrointestinal tract -- physiology and drug absorption / Marianne Ashford -- 20.Bioavailability -- physicochemical and dosage form factors / Marianne Ashford -- 21.Assessment of biopharmaceutical properties / Marianne Ashford -- 22.Dosage regimens / John H. Collett / Soraya Dhillon -- 23.Pharmaceutical preformulation / Simon Gaisford -- 24.Solutions / Sudaxshina Murdan -- 25.Clarification / Andrew M. Twitchell -- 26.Suspensions / Susan A. Barker -- 27.Emulsions and creams / Gillian M. Eccleston -- 28.Powders, granules and granulation / Michael E. Aulton / Malcolm P. Summers -- 29.Drying / Michael E. Aulton -- 30.Tablets and compaction / Göran Alderborn -- 31.Modified-release oral drug delivery / Emma L. McConnell / Abdul W. Basit -- 32.Coating of tablets and multiparticulates / Stuart C. Porter -- 33.Hard capsules / Brian E. Jones -- 34.Soft capsules / Keith G. Hutchison / Josephine Ferdinando