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Microbiological stability of tablets stored under tropical conditions
Abstract The effect of storage under tropical conditions on the behaviour of microbial contamination of tablets was studied. The investigation of the microbiological quality of the starting materialsExpand
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Subglottic hemangiomas in infants: treatment with intralesional corticosteroid injection and intubation.
Six children with a subglottic hemangioma were treated in the Sophia Children's Hospital in the period 1982-1987 by means of intralesional corticosteroid injection, followed by intubation. AfterExpand
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EVALUATION OF MODIFIED RICE STARCH, A NEW EXCIPIENT FOR DIRECT COMPRESSION
AbstractThe compression characteristics of modified rice starch (PrimotabRET), a new excipient for the preparation of tablets by direct compression is evaluated. Modified rice starch is anExpand
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Native starch in tablet formulations: Properties on compaction
Maize, potato, rice and tapioca (cassava) starch were evaluated with respect to their properties on direct compression. Rice starch showed much better compactibility as compared to maize, potato andExpand
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Levamisole in the treatment of juvenile laryngeal papillomatosis.
Three patients are described who were treated with levamisole for juvenile laryngeal papillomatosis. In two patients no effect of levamisole was noted during a treatment period of 8-9 months. In theExpand
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OPTIMIZATION OF DIRECT COMPRESSION TABLET FORMULATIONS FOR USE IN TROPICAL COUNTRIES
AbstractWith the aid of a combined mixture- and factorial- design, 2 standard tablet formulations were selected suitable for use in tropical countries. The formulations were based on nativeExpand
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Lubricant sensitivity in relation to bulk density for granulations based on starch or cellulose
The study described in this paper was concerned with the susceptibility to lubrication with magnesium stearate of tablets compressed from granulations based on native starches or on modifiedExpand
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Optimization of Tablet Formulations Based on Starch/Lactose Granulations for Use in Tropical Countries
AbstractSeveral granulations consisting of α-lactose monohydrate 200 mesh and native starch (corn, potato, rice or tapioca) were prepared. The influence of starch concentration, storage temperatureExpand
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THE USE OF A FACTORIAL DESIGN TO EVALUATE THE PHYSICAL STABILITY OF TABLETS PREPARED BY DIRECT COMPRESSION .1. A NEW APPROACH BASED ON THE RELATIVE CHANGE IN TABLET PARAMETERS
A factorial design has been used to study the influence of disintegrant concentration and compression force as well as storage temperature and relative humidity on the physical stability duringExpand
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THE USE OF A FACTORIAL DESIGN TO EVALUATE THE PHYSICAL STABILITY OF TABLETS PREPARED BY DIRECT COMPRESSION .2. SELECTION OF EXCIPIENTS SUITABLE FOR USE UNDER TROPICAL STORAGE-CONDITIONS
A factorial design has been used to study the influence of disintegrant concentration, storage temperature and relative humidity upon storage on the physical stability of tablets prepared by directExpand
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