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Published by Interpharm Press in Buffalo Grove, Il .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Freeze-drying.,
  • Drugs -- Drying.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-290) and index.

    Statementedited by Peter Cameron ; contributors, Kevin Murgatroyd ... [et al.].
    ContributionsCameron, Peter., Murgatroyd, Kevin.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRS199.F74 G66 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 303 p. :
    Number of Pages303
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1000390M
    ISBN 101574910310
    LC Control Number96039290

      Over the past few decades, the investigation of the fundamental physical phenomena occurring in each step of freeze drying has led to producing stable and elegant freeze-dried pharmaceutical dosage forms. A comprehensive review of the principles and practice of freeze drying was published by Nail and Gatlin (). BTL has world-renowned expertise in freeze drying and we pride ourselves on offering the most thorough and up-to-date Freeze Drying Training Courses for the Pharmaceutical / Biotechnology industries. We have been conducting training courses in freeze drying technology since , with regular fixtures in the UK, US and the Netherlands.

    Freeze-drying of pharmaceutical and food products is an essential reference for food, pharmaceutical and refrigeration engineers and scientists with an interest in preservation techniques. It will also be of use to students in these fields. Books shelved as pharmaceutics: Pharmaceutics: The Science of Dosage Form Design by Michael E. Aulton, Pharmaceutics - I by R.M. Mehta, An Introduction t.

    Freeze-drying, in the past popular in the food industry, has more recently been adopted by the pharmaceutical industry as a standard method for the production of stable solid preparations. Freeze-drying of Pharmaceuticals and Biopharmaceuticals is the first book to specifically describe this process, as related to the pharmaceutical industry. The emphasis of this book .   Hence, good pharmaceutical freeze-drying practice entails keeping the product temperature below the glass transition temperature (T g ′) or the slightly higher collapse temperature (T c) of the product during primary drying, even though drying at higher temperatures would highly accelerate the cost-intensive drying process and thus reduce.


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Whether you freeze-dry nonsterile tablets or you lyophilize injectables, this book covers all the technological and regulatory requirements. Written by a panel of leading practitioners in the pharmaceutical industry -- production experts, regulatory inspectors, technical consultants, and equipment suppliers -- the information is relevant, usable, and timely.4/4(1).

Good Pharmaceutical Freeze-Drying Practice. This text is devoted to pharmaceutical freeze-drying in all its forms and in all its technological variations. Whether you freeze-dry nonsterile tablets or you lyophilize injectables, this book covers all 4/5(2).

Whether you freeze-dry nonsterile tablets or you lyophilize injectables, this book covers all the technological and regulatory requirements. Written by a panel of leading practitioners in the pharmaceutical industry -- production experts, regulatory inspectors, technical consultants, and equipment suppliers -- the information is relevant, usable, and timely.4/5(1).

This text is devoted to pharmaceutical freeze-drying in all its forms and in all its technological variations. Whether you freeze-dry nonsterile tablets or you lyophilize injectables, this book covers all the technological and regulatory requirements.

Written by a panel of leading practitioners in the pharmaceutical industry -- production experts,Cited by: 1st Edition Published on J by CRC Press This text is devoted to pharmaceutical freeze-drying in all its forms and in all its technological variation Good Pharmaceutical Freeze-Drying Practice - 1st Edition - Peter Came.

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Good Pharmaceutical Freeze-Drying Practice Editor Peter Cameron Contributors L. David Butler Peter Cameron Kevin Kinnarney Peter Monger Kevin Murgatroyd Interpharm Press, Inc.

Buffalo Grove, IL. CONTENTS PREFACE xiii 1. THE FREEZE DRYING PROCESS 1 Kevin Murgatroyd Advantages of Freeze Drying 2.

(ebook) Good Pharmaceutical Freeze-Drying Practice () from Dymocks online store. This text is devoted to pharmaceutical freeze-drying in all. Medical Book Good Pharmaceutical Freeze-Drying Practice Whether you freeze-dry nonsterile tablets or you lyophilize injectables, this book covers all the technological and regulatory requirements.

Written by a panel of leading practitioners in the pharmaceutical industry -- production experts, regulatory inspectors, technical consultants, and equipment. Freeze Drying in Practice It has been used in the pharmaceutical industry for many years to improve the stability of medications.

Biopharmaceuticals in particular require an especially gentle manufacturing process due to their complex and thermosensitive molecular structure. In this regard, freeze drying represents the method of choice for. Freeze-drying of Pharmaceuticals and Biopharmaceuticals is the first book to specifically describe this process, as related to the pharmaceutical industry.

The emphasis of this book is on the properties of the materials processed, how effective formulations are arrived at, and how they are stored and marketed. guide to the freeze drying process. The information presented is generic in nature and is the result of research and experience by Labconco personnel and users of freeze drying equipment.

It is our intention to provide a non-biased review of preparation techniques and freeze drying methods. The purpose of this booklet is. Freeze drying is done under vacuum. The conditions under which the process takes place will determine the quality of the freeze dried product.

Some important aspects to be considered during the freeze drying process are as follows: Freezing: transforming the basic product by abstracting heat to create a state that is suitable for sublimation.

Good Pharmacy Practice Manual and Associated SAPC rules South African Pharmacy Council 3 Emergency supply of medicine or scheduled substances Chemicals sold/provided in a pharmacy Dual registration The use of trading titles, brand names and logos PART 2: RULES RELATING TO GOOD PHARMACY PRACTICE Introduction.

Paperback Freeze-Drying of Pharmaceutical and Food Products (Woodhead Publishing Series in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition Book ) by Tse-Chao Hua, Bao-Lin Liu, et al.

In Altman dried pieces of frozen tissue by placing them in a vacuum desiccator at –20 °C. Since then the freeze drying technique has been constantly improved. In the freeze drying process was placed for the first time on an engineering basis, and saw the large-scale production of dried plasma for wartime use.

The first book on freeze drying by Flosdorfin. Freeze drying is a technique used by pharmaceutical manufacturers to derive dry product from aqueous solutions. Originally developed during the s, the technique produces a dry product which can be readily reconstituted to its original form by adding water when required.

Purchase Freeze-Drying of Pharmaceutical and Food Products - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN. 1. Introduction. The overall aim of the present paper is to examine whether some recently presented spectroscopic in-line freeze-drying process analyzers (Process Analytical Technology tools) applied in well-designed experiments utilizing design of experiments can advantageously supplement the traditional freeze-drying process development and optimization of a pharmaceutical .Editorial Reviews.

Dr Franks then settles into a number of chapters on the physics and chemistry of the frozen state. This is crucial to a good understanding of freeze drying and especially formulation development for freeze drying, and there can be few people who could discuss this topic more eloquently or thoroughly than the strengths of this work are .Design of freeze-drying processes is often approached with a “trial and error” experimental plan or, worse yet, the protocol used in the first laboratory run is adopted without further attempts at optimization.

Consequently, commercial freeze-drying processes are often neither robust nor efficient. It is our thesis that design of an “optimized” freeze-drying process is not particularly.