Frederic van Dycke

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The objective of this case study of the single-droplet drying of two itraconazole/polymer formulations was to determine how the solvent system influences drying rate and dried particle morphology. A clear dual functionality of the two solutes could be identified. The polymeric component (PVP or HPMC) determined drying rate, whereas the drug determined end(More)
Solid dispersion technology represents an enabling approach to formulate poorly water-soluble drugs. While providing for a potentially increased oral bioavailability secondary to an increased drug dissolution rate, amorphous dispersions can be limited by their physical stability. The ability to assess formulation risk in this regard early in development(More)
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