Authors Name Dr. Mahesh Prasad , Dr. Antesh Kumar Jha , Shiv Kumar Srivastava
Edition First
Publishing Year Jul-19
Pages 62
ISBN 9789389406610
Language English
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* Preformulation Studies

Experiment No. 1 to Experiment No. 4

* Tablets and their Evaluation

Experiment No. 5 to Experiment No. 20

* Capsules and their Evaluation

Experiment No. 21 & Experiment No. 22

* Parenteral Products

Experiment No. 23 & Experiment No. 24

* Ophthalmic Preparations

Experiment No. 25 to Experiment No. 28

* Cosmetic Preparations

Experiment No. 29 & Experiment No. 30

* Glass Container Properties

Experiment No. 31 to Experiment No. 33

About the Book :

Industrial Pharmacy is the branch of pharmacy that deals with scientific and technological aspects related to design and development of dosage forms. Pharmaceutical industry is made of hundreds of firms involved in discovery, development, and production and selling of drug products that meet regulatory requirements.

The current curriculum implemented by Pharmacy Council of India New Delhi as Regulation 2014 has practical Industrial Pharmacy – I subject at Semester-V of third year of the B. Pharm. course.

This practical book covers whole of the experimental component specified in the syllabus. The book has been covering different pharmaceutical dosage forms like tablets, capsules, injections, eye drops, eye ointment and creams. Authors have made special attempts to cover all aspects ranging from preformulation studies, dosage form design, product manufacturing processes to facility design and management, packaging, evaluation, quality control and regulation.

Taking this as an opportunity we have tried our level best to give detail insight of the subject expectations with respect to experiments on coating of solid dosage forms and testing of packaging materials.

Efforts have been taken to elaborate basic concepts of pharmaceutical manufacturing and are supported with flow diagrams, figures, equations and data tables.

Each experiment is concluded with the necessary result to understand the appropriate outcome after completion. At the end of each experiment, review questions are given that well help the students to assess the knowledge gained after doing a particular experiment.

Weight 100 g
Dimensions 25 × 18 × 1 cm


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    Best book for B and D pharm students

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