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In the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, encapsulation refers to a range of techniques used to enclose medicines in a relatively stable shell known as a capsule, allowing them to, for example, be taken orally or be used as suppositories. The two main types of capsules are: Hard-shelled capsules, which are normally used for dry, powdered ingredients or miniature pellets - or mini tablets; Soft-shelled capsules.primarily used for oils

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Hydrodynamically Balanced Capsules

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21-Aug-2013  Views: 8928

Apart from HBS tablets many investigators also formulated HBS capsules. The pharmacokinetics of the new drug delivery system named Madopar HBS was dev ...

Types of Capsules

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17-Jul-2011  Views: 25416

When we talk about pharmaceutical drugs, the two most common form of medicines are tablets and capsules. Capsules are defined as a encapsulated shell ...

Nano Capsule Preparation Method

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12-Jul-2011  Views: 3333

Nanocapsules were prepared by the method described by Fessi et al.based oninterfacial deposition of preformed polymer after solvent displacement. ...

Introduction of Nano Capsules

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Date:
12-Jul-2011  Views: 4301

Nanocapsules were synthesized in O/W microemulsion by complex coacervation with natural polymer of arabic gum and gelatin. ...
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